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good bye 07, hello 08..

so who's bright idea was it to do the result show before having to perform? watching the one in a million performance with the girl yang kena vote off tu struggling to contain her tears performing that christina aguilerra song yang very the powderful tu was almost torture. someone should put her out of her misery.

aaanyways, this is not a one in a million review show.


this is going to be a very serious post.

yes. this is.

this will be that kind of post where i don't know where i'm going with it.

time flies. its already the 28th of december. the dying embers of 2007 already flickering towards oblivion. how time fits the role of the ultimate healer. old wounds long forgotten and new dreams waiting to be lived. i guess that's just how things are. looking back at 2007, the year has been good. getting married. becoming a dad. buns in the oven. new prospects at work. 2007 has pretty much everything.

and you wonder what can top all that?

well come july 08 we will all find out.
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