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Thursday, 18 November 2004
Incredibles Movie
Mood:  incredulous
Topic: Family
To watch this incredible movie, we had to endure an incredibly long queue, even though we arrived early.

It was the inaugural screening of the show, plus it was school holidays, so the cinema was jam packed with patrons.

This is the incredible Screen 12, the largest of the cinemas. Because it was fully booked, we took refuge in the 13th cinema; it had a spookier feeling. All in all, a most fun and enjoyable animated story.

Posted by harun at 10:49 PM WST
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Wednesday, 17 November 2004
Cooling Off in the Swimming Pool
Mood:  cool
Topic: General
I happened to be walking in town and passed a public swimming pool. I decided to take a look and saw only one or two swimmers doing their laps. It was kinda warm and sunny and a dip in the cool waters was probably what was needed.

Posted by harun at 2:18 PM WST
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Tuesday, 16 November 2004
Circle of Shoppers
Mood:  a-ok
Topic: General
Shopping during the festive season is fun. There are numerous promotions going on, and almost everyone is in a holiday mood. It's also not as packed as a normal day, as most people have balik kampung.

Posted by harun at 12:01 AM WST
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Monday, 15 November 2004
Paper Tosei
Topic: Family

After having platefuls of rendang and ketupat, we wanted a change of flavour, so decided on Indian cuisine. We went to the nearby Lotus restaurant and i ordered tosei. Light yet tasty!

remote Posted by harun at 7:34 PM WST
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Sunday, 14 November 2004
Raya Yummies
Topic: Family

It's the 1st day of Raya, and our house had prepared tons of food and kuih. There were lots of visitors and some of my friends came too. All of them liked the cooking and we spent chatting about old times.

remote Posted by harun at 12:01 AM WST
Updated: Monday, 15 November 2004 11:37 PM WST
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Saturday, 13 November 2004
Car Window Repair
Mood:  irritated
Topic: Personal
My car electric window stopped working today, so I had to go to a car repair shop and get it fixed. I thought it was going to be quick and easy, but simply fixing a switch relay fault took more than an hour.

It was opening and closing of the casing of the door panels and fusebox that took longest. Anyway, it works now and I'm happy.

Posted by harun at 9:11 PM WST
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Friday, 12 November 2004
Doctor On-Call
Topic: Family

My sister needed my help to kill some viruses on her office PC. So, we went there and i did my search & destroy av procedures. These are scenes at her office area.

remote Posted by harun at 2:52 PM WST
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Wednesday, 10 November 2004
Extranet Mania
Mood:  rushed
Topic: Office
It's my last working day before a long stretch of Raya holidays. Yet, I have been asked to create by today a special secure, encryped extranet website for use by the Chief Financial Officer and his team. So, I did, in lightning time. This entailed a server configuration and hence my work here in the data centre. That's our Security Officer assisting me in the firewall setting. Well, I'll be on leave till 22 Nov 2004!

Posted by harun at 6:07 PM WST
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Tuesday, 9 November 2004
Hari Raya Cards
Mood:  bright
Topic: General
It's tradition to send festive cards to your friends and relatives. I received a few during the month of Ramaddan. These cards come in various designs and colours. Normally, people hang them or tack them on the wall. I just decorate it on my desk.

Posted by harun at 3:55 PM WST
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Monday, 8 November 2004
A Malay Kampung House
Mood:  lyrical
Topic: General
With the current promotions on Hari Raya celebrations, a visit to Midvalley Megamall will treat you to a showcase of Malay culture and tradition. You get to view and actually enter a wooden Malay house built in the Centre Court area. Quite well done I think. Surrounding it are stalls selling Malay clothing and food.

Posted by harun at 5:42 PM WST
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