I am getting it so darn often that I can memorise the code already!
I seem to get problems with windows live every alternate days. Having scoured through my favourite search engine for solutions, apparently, there's no fool-proof way of resolving this.
Click start, then click 'RUN', type %windir%\system32\regsvr325\system32\msxml3.dll
Step1:> login as administrator
step2:> start->cmd -> right click->run as administrator. step3:> type this and press enter : C:\Windows\system32>netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=disabled * this step takes some time. step4:> Restart msn.
Remove any Internet Explorer proxy server settings In Internet Explorer, click Tools and then click Internet Options. In the Internet Options dialog box, go to the Connections tab. Click LAN Settings… Untick the Use a proxy server for your LAN (These settings will not apply to dial-up or VPN connections) checkbox. Click OK and OK again Internet Options
Strangely, I don't feel extremely upset while listening to this.
Comments made by Pastor Mark Ng were aimed at entertaining his congregation afterall. Should I get angry at someone who is ignorant to other people's practice?
When God sent his son down, what did Christ demonstrate? Great humility and compassion even when he was ridiculed up to the point he was cruxified. Did Pastor Mark even mirror this great act? No, he did quite the opposite ridiculing others instead.... It was such a clear message given by the son of God, yet not many understand this..
I was brought up in a Taoist family. Personally I am geared towards buddhism but I had the priviledge of studying in a Christian kindergarten and a Catholic secondary school. What I learnt since I was just 6 years of age is that God does not differentiate. He loves all his people. He DO NOT only love his believers, unless I was taught wrong at YWCA.
The Straits Times reports that the Internal Security Department (ISD) is probing Pastor Mark Ng, 48, for a sermon he gave in 2008 in which he mocked Taoist beliefs. In a 10-minute audio clip posted on YouTube, Ng is heard joking with the congregation about Chinese rituals and in one instance, compared praying to Taoist deities to “seeking protection from secret society gangsters”.
And so yeah.. I scratched the right side of the car yesterday due to my own stupidity and got upset with myself. This tarnish my nice record in these years.
Come to think of it, I was really childish to feel that way, blaming the environment, my migraine, the endless rehearsals, late nights etc... I made the choice to angle my car in that way while driving out of a tiny gate, I should not blame anything else except my own decision knowing that it was not the safest option.
With the saying "破财消灾" (I hope it is true in this case), I may have adverted other possible consequences afterall? I should still be grateful huh. =P
I woke up feeling grateful today despite the downpour that suddenly came while I stepped out and the umbrella that gave way while walking midway to my car.
Have recently accepted a role in the musical "风继续吹" for an International Theatre Exchange in S.Korea.
Due to the impending timeline, we are squeezing out as much time as we can to put it up within 1.5 months. I realised I can't act for god's sake. Didn't know it can be that tiring and stressful!
Apart from the musical, I have 验收s coming up at 海蝶, 1 more gig at 爱琴海, likely performances at Resorts World.
My body's starting to protest from all my "maxing life out" schedules. Not only do I not have enough time for my loved ones, I haven't been able to find time for myself properly at all.
This is insane... After all these, I am so darn gonna take a good long break apart from 海蝶's activities.
Just this morning, I experienced my first dizzy spell while driving to work. It got pretty bad that I had to pull up at the road shoulder to rest. Hope this is just a one time thing. If not, I'll probably have to schedule a full body check soon.
It was a pretty exciting evening at the German Ambassador's Residence. We got to meet the Minister for Education, Dr Ng Eng Hen and Germany's Federal Minister of Education and Research, Prof. Dr. Annette Schavan.
It is an honour to be standing so close to the Minister right beside his bodyguard!
I know very wu liao but this is just to show how close I was standing to all the speakers. hiak hiak hiak... Plus... I wasn't really dressed to the occasion. hahahaha.. Not that I really care though.