Monthly Archives: September 2007

LT

Giants is leading 7:0 at half time.  LT is there!!  Wow .. he still pretty much looks the same.  It’s been long time, then was all about LT .. and the Eagles had Randall Cunningham, big deal that he could run.

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Fortunoff

 Neat and cool?  But the quality is poor: damaged right out of the box.  Where is Fortunoff’s quality control?  It’s waste of my time to have to deal with it!  I called .. haven’t received a call back yet.

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Is this an art?

I’m sure it is to some people.  This piece of work is on plastic, asking 15,000 Euro in the up coming Frieze Art  Fair in London.  横看竖看看不出所以然来 Call me frog in a well.  How about Yoko Uno’s Yes at MoMA?

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Pixie Lily

I didn’t read too closely, it’s an out door thing, only flowers in the summer. What do I do with pot of dirt during the other 3 seasons, if they were to survive my brown thumbs or green pinkys?   … Continue reading

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苗条淑女, 君子好求?

I spotted her, the cheap outfit made me think that a lost child’s waiting for her parent.  Then saw her sat at the cafe eating hot dumplings, with a face of a grandma.  Rita has a friend, somewhat like this girl: a retired … Continue reading

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City Slicker

 Lou is neat, even he smokes, :).

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Free interest

??  Does ‘Free interest’ means no interest?  :))  it probably means the interest bearing checking account is free of fees?  This bank must charge other fees to make it up, correct?

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6:4

Pumpkin played her first doubles match against another school, lost 6:4.  Very close, it could have gone either way.  Tough love.  She just got home, a long day, almost 12 hours.

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Short hair is cool

I took them a while ago, thought to share it here .. Serena had her hair short, pretty slick.  That reminds me I need a hair cut too.  Pumpkin keeps telling me I look nice in long hair, the length belows the … Continue reading

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Bayside and Parson

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Sukkot 2007

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Sammy’s arsenal

From China with love.  Babolat (Nitro), a French brand but made in China: inconspicuous stylish and exquisitely made.  Sammy is a hot head in finding the thing, “You can’t find this one in Hong Kong.  I had to ask a … Continue reading

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The Rothschild

Was it last year or 2005, Bloomberg mag wrote about one branch of the fabled Rothschilds has sold their shares.. I know they started in banking out of Frankfurt but their wines are equally famous. Casually, I polled as which of the two … Continue reading

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Moon cake

The moon, the moon .. the roundest of all.  Only 3 showed up at the badminton court.  Gosh.  John offered me a moon cake/egg/bagel = beat me 15:0.

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3,000 years of luxury

Dana Thomas said that .. .. “Luxury execs demonised production in China .. .. when they declared that western European artisans were the only craftsmen who knew how to produce luxury goods.  .. China, for example, was the birthplace of luxury, … Continue reading

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Paying the premium

Mexican Carlos Slim is likely to replace Gates as the world richest man.  Does anyone actually care who’s the richest man on earth is beside the point.  My first thought was is that true and how did Forbes come up with the … Continue reading

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The master glass

Ok, the shop made a mistake on the frame.  Instead this, they used the thinner one.  It did feel too thin, but I never thought could be an error.  I found out only when I went there for another frame, and … Continue reading

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