Friday, October 26, 2012

The Haunted Forest 1

Hello guys,

Today I will be sharing with you a fun experience I had at a haunted.. forest? Yes, indeed it was a haunted forest.

Well, to get right to the experience, I was with a group of friends and we went to this haunted forest, which, I have to admit, pretty scary. Yes, it was.

So me and two friends carpooled together, and we were very excited of how this haunted forest thing was going to pan out. Even the drive to the Haunted Forest location was pretty scary. The parking grounds were a mixture of gravel and mud, and the surrounding area was very dark and eerie. My friends and I were even scared to get out of the car, (which I know is pretty wimpy, but you should always expect the unexpected), but we managed to quickly hop out. (And I by "quickly hop out" I mean COMPLETELY BOOKING IT TO THE ENTRANCE GATE)

In the entrance area, there were a few people in costumes and makeup that actually scared the living shitaki mushrooms out of me. These characters would just creep up behind you and stay there until you LOOKED BEHIND YOU and saw one of them. I remember someone telling me "Hey, look to your left," and surely, not knowing what was going to happen, I took a quick peek to my left and a person dressed up in a little girl costume with blood drooling, almost FLOWING out of her mouth was there to glare at me.

I jumped.

We met other friends at the haunted forest entrance area, and we decided to enter the Haunted Forest. Now, there were about 12 of us, and the ticket guy only allowed groups of 6 to go together. We eventually figured it out and split ourselves into the 2 groups.


If your a pussycat like me, always get in the middle of the group. But, if you love fear, get in the absolute front or back. Anyway, our group entered the haunted forest slowly, and surely. 

But YOU CAN'T ENTER A HAUNTED PLACE SURELY! We defied the laws of physics and we did, though. The first part of the haunted forest was the weirdest part. 

Imagine walking into a forest, and you see two, creepy girls standing, almost waiting, in the pathway. As our group slowly moved as a pack of wimpy wolves toward them, we tried to avoid them. We walked very slow. 

This is when things fell apart. 

The two, creepy actors screamed at us and came from our right, which caused us to go to our left. And, at our left, was, of course, another scary actor which screamed at us. I heard them yell at us saying, "HURRY UP" and "GO" almost jokingly, and I could understand because our group was going so slow. 

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Current Events #2 A


Who here is excited for Windows 8? I'm not. I already have a mac and there is nothing, I repeat, nothing, that I dislike about it. I don't even know anything about Windows 8. I think I should do some research...

Ok, so I watched the first 3 minutes and 9 seconds of the video. It's fricken 21 minutes and 7 seconds, I need that 17 minutes and 58 seconds of my life to write up this post... :)
The most significant difference between Windows 8 and Windows 7 is the "start" menu. When you hit "start" on windows 7 or any previous generations of Windows, it only pops up a little window that takes up less than 1/4 of the screen. Now, it takes you to a whole other window that is filled with tiles. If you want to know more, watch the video. farwell


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Thursday, October 18, 2012

THIS is why I'm Broke

Hello all,

If you think I'm going to drone on and on about some random, pointless topic, I'm not. Today, I will inform you about, a cool website that features many COOL, but EXPENSIVE, things that you will find interesting.

 <<< Aquarium Sink

Yes, that is the end of the post! Not what you were expecting from me. I can even claim that I am now becoming like Lawson, seriously. Short, but sweet posts.



Sunday, October 14, 2012

Faster than the SPEED OF SOUND?

Hello all,

I am writing to inform you that a dare devil that goes by the name of Felix Baumgartner has just broken the record for the highest freefall and fastest freefall.

Holy shitzu mushmrooms, this guy has some massive won-ton balls inside of him. Am I right or am I right?

Imagine going higher than the elevation on an airplane in a capsule. Yes, that's right, Felix jumped from the STRATOSPHERE, not the troposphere, the STRATOSPHERE at 120,000 feet into the record-breaking moment of his life. From 24 miles up in the atmosphere, this ninger went over 800 miles per hour. Or more,  I'm not sure.

Yeah, don't worry, this guy was in a sort of a suit that looked like something an astronaut would wear. If you think I'm kind of making a big deal out of this,




(Election 2012 Vote Luke: For America)

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Feature Asian Comedian of the Week "Russell Peters"

Hi y'all

This is the second post of the series of, "Feature Asian Comedian of the Week." Today, I will introduce to you one of the funniest comedians. It is debatable whether he is Asian or not but it's up to you. I'm sure some of you may have already heard of him but here he is...Russell Peters!!!

Who: Russell Peters
What: Comedian, Indian-Canadian
When: Now
Where: Toronto
Why: he's funny

Here is one of favorite video. He rants about how Chinese and Indians don't cooperate. Enjoy! :)

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I don't have a problem about voting for Obama but who voted for Cantor. Whoever it was? I'm really disappointed in you. I created that poll. I would greatly appreciate it if you could change it.

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Monday, October 8, 2012

Lawson's journal for his trip to Turkey Day 8

Day 8: I’m not even going to repeat this part but you know what it is, wake up, breakfast, back to room. We had to pack to change hotels. The hotel we were staying at was actually really nice, it was a five star hotel but since we were in Santorini, baba and mom decided for us to try the cave hotels. I didn’t know how I felt about that, there was nothing wrong with staying where we were staying and that way, we didn’t have to pack but I also wanted to try the traditional hotels here. They are pretty much caves dug into the mountain; actually, the whole city is like that.
Being smart people, my parents told us to only bring a set of clothes to put in here bag so that we wouldn’t all have to bring our heavy luggage’s and just leave them in the car.
The hotel is in the city so, as I said before, there are many stairs. Our hotel was not close from the parking lot so it was extra smart. Our hotel room had a terrace, actually two that looked right into the sea. It’s one of the best views you can get.
The daytime temperatures here reach up to 85 with the sunshine. Thankfully, we lived in a cave that was nice and cool inside. We didn’t really go outside for solar noon because of the scorching heat.
We wanted to walk down to the old port but while we were walking, the guys who sell donkey rides made us a deal of 15 bucks rather than 20 Euros for all four of us. My dad first rejected but then we accepted it because we knew they wouldn’t give us that good of a deal.
Once the sun started going down, we chilled outside and took many pictures. Baba’s friends (Andy and Kebir and their wives) came over at around 7. It was almost dark but they could still see the stunning views.
The sitting area on the outside (pillows/cushions over rocks) released heat in the cool night. It felt so good. The adults had white and red wine while I di and I helped them take pictures. Everyone wanted to stay and hangout more but Diana yiyi said that we needed to go. We had to lock the door of the hotel and since it was 150 years old, when baba tried to pull it closed, the handle came out with it. 
We first walked around until uncle Andy and Kebir saw a local they knew (maybe taxi driver) and asked if there were any restaurants that the locals go to. The local said there was only a restaurant that they go to, Naoussa. It has really good food, good prices, but no view. We didn’t really care and we wanted good food so we went to Naoussa.
The food was very good but it was not my style, no rice. They had everything from (Greece) fries to shrimp (really good, the sauce was amazing) to sea bass. Those were the dished that I liked and the rest were veggie based.  
While we were eating, Uncle Andy told us to save some room for gyro ice cream (gyro taste). I did and right before we left, I asked baba if we were still getting the gyro ice cream and he said it was just a joke. I thought it seemed pretty legit because we were in Greece and they eat gyros like we eat burgers. I learned long jokes are not that funny because you think it’s the truth until you’re told it’s not after a while.
I once told a di this joke that the reason their Chinese school at Saint Anthony on Saturdays had to change locations was because Luke, the president of his school, don’t like Chinese and didn’t want more kids learning Chinese. I told him that at the end of June and I just recently told him that it was just a joke recently, on this trip. I will now try to not tell long jokes anymore because it isn’t really funny.
We went straight home after dinner and I…showered? Yep, I did shower and I also started on my journal until I typed napping (with my eyes closed and started thinking about other stuff and typed it on my journal).

Thanks for reading. 

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Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Feature Asian Comedian of the Week "JO KOY"

Herro guys,

I'm going to introduce you to a new little "segment" I will be doing every week, Feature Asian Comedian of the Week. Anyway, this next feature FILIPINO comedian goes by the name of Jo Koy and is simply hilarious. Watch the video below to see what I'm talking about. (What's funny is that he's Filipino and he's ratting out on Chinese people, *Lawson* ahem.. jk jk)