La Musique

Friday, March 17, 2006

Pacman Like You've Never Seen It Before

Haha. This is freaking hilarious.

What the hell. Think I'm going to do this in uni next time. Haha. Damn cute la the costumes. And Pacman actually screams when he's being chased around by ghosts. Guess the video game forgot that feature. =P Here's some other notable Pacman stuff.

Went for my first physiotherapy at Nee Soon today, with a tinge of guilt and uncertainty. The thing about my camp is, or actually, my boss, he dislikes anything related to medical appointments and off. Mine's a combination of both, as I'm given off for this medical appointment. So there, I'm not sure if that qualified me to the semifinals of his Little Black Book Championship. One thing's for sure, this is one competition I'm not going to want to win. I don't know what to expect from this anymore, as I hate upsetting people. Hence, I can't really face him now. I know I can be a lil over-worried, (an irony there), but I'm just like that. Think I'm gonna set up a table, prepare both of us coffee and tea, and have a little talk with him. If you can't please someone, at least make them understand.

Went to search for my family's Suzuki Liana new generation model, and I chanced upon something interesting.

There's this television series called 'Star In A Reasonably Priced Car' showing on BBC2. Haha. What the. And among the list, guess who drove my car? Simon Cowell. Another 'what the'. I only know of one other celebrity there. Jamie Oliver. Now who said my car's not popular? =P Here's the link to the show. Think it's quite interesting.

I want to take this chance to spread a little bit of jazz into your lives. Please have a listen to any of these songs whenever you can. It's really the true jazz, and I'm loving it. I can feel the beat and soul going through me almost entirely. Brings me close to tears. Heh. It's not compulsory, but it's a recommendation.

1.Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head by Bobbie Gentry
2.Rags To Riches by Tony Benett
3.Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue by Crystal Gale
4.What A Difference A Day Made by Sarah Vaughan
5.Just A Gigolo I Ain't Got Nobody by Louis Prima (this one's cute)
6.At Last by Lou Rawls and Dianne Reeves
7.Honey Honey by Ray Charles
8.More Than This by Charlie Hunter And Norah Jones (fave)
9.Lets Get Lost by Chet Baker
10.The Goodlife by Bobby Darin (meaningful)
11.It's A Good Day by Peggy Lee (cheery)
12.Fine Brown Frame by Nellie Lutcher
13.Something Happens To Me by Blossom Dearie (sensuous)
14.Can Anyone Explain by Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong
15.Nice Work If You Can Get It by Ella Fitzgerald
16.A Kiss To Build A Dream On by Louis Armstrong
17.Summertime by Joe Williams
18.Route 66 by Bobby Troup (groovy)
19.I Get A Kick Out Of You by Frank Sinatra
20.Papa Loves Mambo by Perry Como
21.Three Is A Magic Number by Bob Dorough (this is funny)

This is just a small list to introduce you to this genre I love. Jazz is amazing. Most of the singers have unique and wonderful voices. True artistes who are true to their songs. I respect all of them. Hope you will find joy as I have in these songs. =)

Ok, that's it. Anw, sorry lynn for forgetting to come online at 9. Haha. I told you I'm quite forgetful. Shall make ammends for that someday. Hope I answered your survey with valuable effect. Take care. I'm still holding on to that dinner. =)

"Science is what we have learned about how not to fool ourselves."
Richard Feynman

A brilliant man. Read up on him.

5:50 PM