Monday, January 26, 2009

Kung Hei Fat Choi

This year is the Year of the Ox. Apparently ox years are good to roosters. I wish happy oxen upon you all.

I'm frustrated at the lack of middle ground between being too uncomfortable to write and being too drugged up to write. There isn't much that needs doing, but I can't do it.

Am watching a lot of DVDs though. Reacquainting myself with Hornblower right now. Yay! Captain Pellew!

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  1. I've been reading the books lately, which are also excellent, despite Pellew and the Indy really only figuring in a couple of the short stories - most are of course of Hornblower in charge of his own ships.

    But there's lots more Lieutenant Bush, and Hornblower is even worse with women than in the movies. (seriously, between his Honour and his sense of Duty, he's hopeless)

    Also, there really needs to be a decent Napoleonic Naval warfare video game...

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  2. Hey, I'm a rooster! I think. Although I prefer to refer to myself as a cock. Because I am apparently 12 years old.

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  3. I'm a Fire Dragon. Ox + Dragon = bad juju. I'm hoping for a reverse effect!

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  4. Chúc Mừng Năm Mới! (It's Vietnamese in my house, which makes it the year of the Water Buffalo.)

    Myself, I'm a metal monkey. I think that's hilarious. Reminds me of watching Metal Mickey in the 80s. : D

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  5. You can never have too much Lieutenant Bush in my opinion.

    YOU CAN NEVER HAVE ENOUGH COCK EITHER. I say rooster because I get annoyed at people who say chicken. IT'S NOT A BLOODY CHICKEN.

    Errr, yucky luck thar, Jaime.

    Metal monkey does sound funny, heh. I suppose that makes me a metal cock. ;P

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