Hacking and Vandalism = Same Shit

Mood: angry
Drinking: water

The Facebook account of a friend of mine was hacked today. The hacker deleted all of his contacts and applications and changed its name to something else! Not only that his email account was hacked as well. I feel so sorry for my friend and now I’m thinking of his security. He got my friends’ email too so he has access to data and messages. I hope that Facebook will solve the problem right away.

Anyway, after a couple of hours in the city, we’ve decided to just go home and relax. When we turned left on the round about, we saw that the right side of the bus stop’s glass was shattered into pieces. I asked my bf if he had any idea what happened to it. He said that it might be some of the teenagers who got bored to hell or perhaps people who wanted to prove and show that they’re cool.

I don’t know what to think about these people. What do they want to prove? Are they making money out of it? I don’t think so! I think they have attention deficit syndrome or whatever it is. If you’re or something then do it by working, reading, playing games and etc! and not by vandalizing or hacking.

Remember, destroying someone’s property will not make you cool or awesome but instead you’re like a piece of shit disgusting everyone!

The Ant-Eater

The Ant-Eater
by Roald Dahl
Some wealthy folks from U.S.A.,
Who lived near San Francisco Bay,
Possessed an only child called Roy,
A plump and unattractive boy –
Half-baked, half-witted and half-boiled,
But worst of all, most dreadfully spoiled.
Whatever Roy desired each day,
His father bought him right away –
Toy motorcars, electric trains,
The latest model aeroplanes,
A colour television-set,
A saxophone, a clarinet,
Expensive teddy-bears that talked,
And animals that walked and squawked.
That house contained sufficient toys
To thrill a half a million boys.
(As well as this, young Roy would choose,
Two pairs a week of brand-new shoes.)
And now he stood there shouting, “What
“On earth is there I haven’t got?
“How hard to think of something new!
“The choices are extremely few!”
Then added, as he scratched his ear,
“Hold it! I’ve got a good idea!
“I think the next thing I must get
“Should be a most peculiar pet –
“The kind that no one else has got –
“A giant ANT-EATER! Why not?”
As soon as father heard the news,
He quickly wrote to all the zoos.
“Dear Sirs,” he said, “My dear keepers,
“Do any of you have ant-eaters?”
They answered by return of mail.
“Our ant-eaters are not for sale.”
Undaunted, Roy’s fond parent hurled
More messages across the world.
He said, “I’ll pay you through the nose
“If you can get me one of those.”
At last he found an Indian gent
(He lived near Delhi, in a tent),
Who said that he would sacrifice
His pet for an enormous price
(The price demanded, if you please,
Was fifty thousand gold rupees).
The ant-eater arrived half-dead.
It looked at Roy and softly said,
“I’m famished. Do you think you could
“Please give me just a little food?
“A crust of bread, a bit of meat?
“I haven’t had anything to eat
“In all the time I was at sea,
“For nobody looked after me,”
Roy shouted, “No! No bread or meat!
“Go find some ants! They’re what you eat!”
The starving creature crawled away.
It searched the garden night and day,
It hunted every inch of ground,
But not one single ant it found,
“Please give me food!” the creature cried.
“Go find an ant!” the boy replied.
By chance, upon that very day,
Roy’s father’s sister came to stay –
A foul old hag of eighty-three
Whose name, it seems, was Dorothy.
She said to Roy, “Come let us sit
“Out in the sun and talk a bit,”
Roy said, “I don’t believe you’ve met
“My new and most unusual pet?”
He pointed down among the stones
Where something lay, all skin and bones.
“Ant-eater!” He yelled. “Don’t lie there yawning!
“This is my ant! Come say good-morning!”
(Some people in the U.S.A.
Have trouble with the words they say.
However hard they try, they can’t
Pronounce simple words like AUNT.
Instead of AUNT, they call it ANT,
Instead of CAN’T, they call it KANT.)
Roy yelled, “Come here, you so and so!
“My ant would like to say hello!”
Slowly, the creature raised its head.
“D’you mean that that’s an ant?” it said.
“Of course!” cried Roy. “Ant Dorothy!
“This ant is over eighty-three.”
The creature smiled. Its tummy rumbled.
It licked its starving lips and mumbled,
“A giant ant! By gosh, a winner!
“At last I’ll get a decent dinner!
“No matter if it’s eighty-three.
“If that’s an ant, then it’s for me!”
Then, taking very careful aim,
It pounced upon the startled dame.
It grabbed her firmly by the hair
And ate her up right then and there,
Murmuring as it chewed the feet,
“The largest ant I’ll ever eat.”
Meanwhile, our hero Roy had sped
In terror to the potting-shed.
And tried to make himself obscure
Behind a pile of horse-manure.
But ant-eater came sneaking in
(Already it was much less thin)
And said to Roy, “You little squirt,
“I think I’ll have you for dessert.”

The Preparation

 I’m having a birthday party this coming Saturday. I have almost 30 guests now and that makes me excited. This party is gonna be my 4th big birthday party in my life. I had 2 or 3 when I was a kid and I think I had one on my 18th or 19th birthday. I’m not a big fan of birthday celebrations. However I thought that I should do it now because I’m not getting anymore younger.

The party would be at Sandnes sentrum. I’m so happy that I have friends who are helping me to organize this event. I love them!

Before the party, my friends and I are going to play laser tag. I wonder if its really fun like paintball. Anyway, we bought these things yesterday but we’re still missing a lot like foods, more drinks, and the disposable plates. 
Europris is one of the best stores you can find in Norway.

Disposable Snapsglass and coffee cups
Disposable spoons

Table napkins

Trash bags

The boosts!

To be continued…

A Student’s Blah Blahs in Stavanger

Stavanger on a gloomy day

Frozen water, but it’s not allowed to step on it.

Except if you’re as light as these birds..
Cars and busses are important in the cities.
That important 🙂

At the Stavanger Library

I went to Stavanger Biblioteket on Monday to borrow the book for my Organization Theory subject. I’m so happy that I won’t have to buy that book. 🙂 Saved 400 crowns for that! I’m still saving though I almost don’t have to pay for the tuition fee. The books are damn expensive! I have other things to buy too aside from books.
Anyway, I got suprised because the library got an Xbox 360 console and games on its media department! Cool right? Being a gamer that I am, I’m glad for the sake of those who can’t afford to buy the console. Atleast they would be able to try the latest games and not be left behind.

They made me leave the Library:

 Packing my stuff to leave the area.

Library is a place for reading, researching and not chit-chatting! Herregud! There was this guy wearing a leather jacket not so far from my table, who’s talking to his cellphone all the time and suddenly his friends arrived and they were laughing and talking very loudly. Can’t they read the sign?! Are they blind? Geesh! I got so pissed that I left my table to find another one, but unfortunately all was occupied already. Speaking of bad luck! >.< I hate it when people don’t respect others just for their own sake. I wish he’ll learn his lesson now or sooner ‘coz he ain’t pleasing anyone with his attitude!

Visited my Cousin

After the library I went to my cousin’s place. It feels great to meet your relative once in a while. I don’t often go to Stavanger because of school loads or work.

Ming Ming was glad to see me again!
Me, playing with my digicam while waiting for my bf.

Stavanger Sentrum at Night and the Swans

At Skagen

We took a little tour after I visited my cousin. As usual I took lots of pictures of my bf. Poor him, he doesn’t like it but he loves me what can he do? 🙂
After eating at Burger King we fed the swans at Skagen. Gosh, they’re more than 10!!! They are so beautiful. Probably one of my favorite species of birds now.

We got spectators! Yay!
Feeding time!
This is the moment.

I wonder if these swans are the same as these swans in 2009. For your information, these creatures have been a problem in the Stavanger sentrum. They stopped the traffic a lot of times. So that is the reason why people built the fence along the bay.

This picture is from a friend of mine. Taken in 2009.

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