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Thursday, May 27, 2010

Why DotA's time is over on Garena?

Why no more DotA?

I recently watched my bro play DotA on Garena with his friend. Guess what out of 4 games he only won 1. And 2 of those 4 games, his friend left the game due to.... Maphackers. Yes! You have your answer right here. Maphackers.

These bunch of people have been dominating Garena for already almost a year. It has now become even more common to see this buggers who can see the whole map everyday in every game on Garena. What more, they are playing it so obvious that you do not have the mood to play the game anymore. My bro even quote saying that " DotA is now a game of may the best Maphacker wins".

Also, DotA is filled with young new players playing as the veterans will mostly play in the middle of the night. This wastes your time as you have to teach this young players to play while managing your own. And each time they die, its really a pain in the butt.

Another reason is DotA eats up a minimum of 20 minutes and at times 1 hour away from your life. This time can be taken to do something more beneficial. This was the big reason why I stopped playing. If I count the time, I think I have easily wasted a year and half playing DotA over the past 4 years playing it.


Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Admitted for...

'You have to be admitted' - Doctor

Most of you should have known due to the sms I sent out, people e-mailing about my condition and even on facebook. I was admitted to hospital for a lung infection ( more specific, Pneumonia). The cause of it, I believe, was my fault. I missed half a day of antibiotic when I was diagnosed with normal viral infection on the 28th of April. Not only that, I played basketball right after I healed.

I was in the hospital for 4 days.. Monday night till Friday afternoon. It was so boring lying on the bed in the room, and lonely, cause I was alone too until anyone visits me. I did several test, X-ray, blood, phlegm and CT scan. I had to stay 4 days just to ensure that it wasn't TB. Medication was given 3 times a day, which was only cough syrup and panadol. The craziest of all was my antibiotic, which is injected through my drip tube every morning at 5 CRAZY am. Half asleep they will wake me and give me antibiotic. Then they will also do round checks or my blood pressure and temperature.

Another surprising thing is that their nurses are as young as me. I saw their IC number on their tags and most of them were either 91 or 90 on their first number, meaning their birth year. oooo....

Anyway, I'm home for exam, and that is a good thing. So I have to go back to study... Ciaoz


Saturday, May 8, 2010

The end of one point, and the beginning of another

Its another turning point in life

This will probably be the final point of the crossroads in life. I have already decided on which university to go, what I need to get in and what I have to do for my own future.

College ended on the 7th of May 2010, an end of another period of my life. A step into the world after teen. Its almost similar to when I graduated from primary school at the age of 12 and moved into Secondary School. Then another period ended when I was when I was 17, I was stepping into college, and now... College is over.

Its another 3 weeks to exams, last A levels exam and its the beginning of university. I've made my mind that I will be going to UK for one year. This is so that I can experience something different, culture as well.

I'm gonna miss the great people that I've met in college. The life in college as well, gatherings, lunch, movies and some dumb stuff we do and not forgetting volleyball and basketball ( wait foosball too)


Monday, May 3, 2010

Crazy hoops!!

In he goes for the point.. *chop*

I've been crazy about basketball lately. Been playing on the college court, shooting hoops rather than really playing the game itself. Helped me improve on my shooting really. Great game, basketball.

I started learning how to play basketball (bball) at the age of 13 after I failed tryouts. I practice shooting at my home no entry sign and got better overtime. Then I played at Section 5's court on Fridays with my classmate and all. I however stopped at the age of 15, when I shifted to MBS. And I returned to it, just.... last year.

It is a great sport where I don't have to pay for rental as the court is free for everyone to play. Just one problem with the court is the board problem. Its badly damaged. The wood is all chipped off thanks to the rain.

To me, I really love the position of small forward cause you will play like Lebron James or Carmello Anthony. Its really cool. Going for drives and laying the ball up into the basket, its cool. However, I can shoot better now, and by my size, I don't really qualify myself as a Small forward. I'm more of a Shooting Guard ( Kobe Bryant and Dwayne Wade).

Its the sport that keeps me going fit and healthy, but makes me sweaty (according to my dearest one). Anyway, thats all, I need sleep, I'm exhausted.


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