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Friday, July 25, 2008

doggy delima: A Day In The Life Of Cindy pt. 2

okay, i don't really know what delima means, but i'm guessing it means a problem? sitch? whatever.
here's the part two of screen play:

cindy stands in front of whitney, waiting for signal to cross the street. light turns green, cindy proceeds to cross, making sure to look high and mighty while 10 cars wait for single petite girl to walk. upon reaching the other side, cindy forgets to go through the neighborhood instead of big street. ends up running home, fingers white from pinching nose because of overwhelming smell of invisible dog doo doo somewhere.

all of a sudden, cindy spots an orange ball of fur. searches bag for emergency glasses. forgets about glasses because orange ball of fur is running away at a speed of approximately 10 steps a second. cindy uses superintelligent brain to decide to run after furball. shivers with joy when she finds that the furball is a miniature pomeranian, just as suspected. unfortunately, it has a collar. name: joey. number: --- --- ----. darn. wishes to keep him, instead. joey is intimadated by beastly size of cindy. cindy uses super animal skills to lure joey by crouching down to the same size as him (or attempting to), and choking from the smell of doo doo. wonders if it is joey.

cindy (in soothing voice): here joey, come here. where's your mommy? tell me where you live. where does your food stay?

joey (looking at cindy with trustful eyes): ......
cindy (petting and fluffing joey's thick coat): okay, take me to your house. you wanna show me your house, joey?

joey understands, and turns around, tiny legs walking 10 steps a second, fur poufing all around.
leads cindy to blue house, sits and waits for cindy to press the doorbell. joey starts panting and yipping with glee upon seeing chinese owner.

chinese lady (to cindy): 唉!你在那里找到 joey 的呀?[[Ai! where did you find joey, ya?]]
cindy(wondering how lady knew self was chinese): 我在-- [[i was--]]
chinese lady (to joey): 唉!你这个臭狗。上哪儿去了?[[ai! you little rotten dog. where did you go?]]
chinese lady (to cindy): thank you soo much! i've been calling everybody for over one hour, i was eating breakfast this morning, and i didn't see him. where did you find him?
cindy (surprised that chinese lady can speak english so well): err. he was on the street, and i was walking home, and i just found him. he brought me here.
chinese lady: oh thank you, thank you. ai. let me have your phone number. thank you so much for helping joey. ai. i was so worried. -creases brow-

cindy gives phone number to lady, feeling happy about self. calls daddy as soon as reaches home. tells daddy of the great journey. five minutes later, after failure in trying to reach 姐鸡, receives phone call from unknown number.

cindy: hullo?
chinese lady: hello? is this cindy?
cindy: oh yes.
chinese lady: oh, i just wanted to tell you how much i appreciated you helping joey come back home. i was so so worried about him. but you know, how did you find my house?
cindy: oh, actually, joey brought me there. at first, he was walking towards my street, and suddenly turned back, and took me to your house.
chinese lady: oh, i see. ai. i am so glad. maybe joey knows how to get home. but still, i appreciate your help so much. do you have any pets?
cindy: oh no, i've always wanted a dog, but i only have [705] fish.
chinese lady: oh. maybe we will go visit you this weekend, then. give me your address, and we will go see you. i think joey likes you -chuckles-. i have 2 sons too. maybe they would like to meet their doggy saver.

-end of part 2-
look out for part 3 =]].

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Locks of Love & other organizations

Locks of Love is this non-profit organization that takes in donated hair (over 10 inches) to help make hair pieces for children under the age of 18 who have a medical condition that causes them to lose their hair.

i have now been growing my hair out for over a year in order to help this organization. in the video on Locks of Love's website, it shows that you're supposed to cut your hair at the nape of the neck (see link below). However, what if i don't want my hair to be that short? i still want SOME hair! but i guess they wouldn't know if i cut just a few inches below the nape.

visit to see how YOU can help!
here is the video link:

another organization i would like to mention is REVO.
REVO is a non-profit organization that is trying to change the world for the better. unfortunately, i don't know much about this organization, but i heard it from nigahiga. Here are a couple of videos where Ryan and Sean talk about REVO:

Furthermore, Green Peace is also one of my favorite organizations. i first heard of this organization in the Princess Diaries because Mia cares a lot about it. Green peace is another non-profit organization that helps to save nature such as fish, whales, arctic, and antarctic animals. Recently, GP sued for the killing of some rare wolf. :) check out their link:

And last of all, We Campaign is an organization in which i am very active in. It is an internet organization that helps spread the word of problems that increase our climate crisis. Join We Campaign today!

Sunday, July 13, 2008

Chinese fetish

Since a few years ago, people have been saying things like, "Chinese is going to become an important language soon". or "lots of people are learning chinese for... blahb blha blah blah blah."
To me, Chinese wasn't very important, because i had learned to speak mandarin since i was a baby. and i went to chinese academies until 4th grade.
i hadn't realized the significance of the language until very recently. When i found out that several of my friends who weren't chinese had begun to learn the complicated language. My Korean friend is doing pretty well, and he can actually type chinese to me on the computer.

Since i hadn't practiced reading or writing in chinese since my departure of the dreadful chinese school, i can barely read, and almost can't write anymore.

but have no fear! when the cindy puts her mind to it, she learns! i am now reading chinese comic books, and i'd say i'm doing pretty well. i am rereading 西游记。