Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Singapore Scattershot

  • It's hot, and it's the night time. I don't mean pleasantly warm, I mean hot.
  • The book I forgot was The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work by Alain De Botton. Somebody should go to Britain and explain that pleasure is not a synonym of sorrow.
  • On the flight they served dinner at 4:30. That is not dinner time, now I'm hungry again.
  • I don't know anything about the ships that dock in Singapore but I think from the size of the dockyard one can assume they are legion.
  • In the tropics, foliage does not mess about even a little bit.
  • Why are icy pole sticks still made of wood, surely there is a cheaper plastic alternative by now?
  • Some little bug just bit me. Bastard.
  • It's still hot.

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