Monday, October 16, 2006

A similar fate runs through...?

Would I even come close to anyone of these historical/contemporary figures?

70 BC - Virgil, Roman poet (d. 19 BC)
1686 - Allan Ramsay, Scottish poet (d. 1758)
1844 - Friedrich Nietzsche, German philosopher (d. 1900)
1881 - P. G. Wodehouse, British novelist (d. 1975)
1926 - Michel Foucault, French philosopher (d. 1984)
1946 - Richard Carpenter, American musician (Carpenters)
1948 - Chris de Burgh, Irish singer and songwriter
1959 - Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York
1968 - Didier Deschamps, French football player
1971 - Andy Cole, British footballer
1977 -
David Trézéguet, French football player
1977 -
Patricio Urrutia, Ecuadorian footballer
1979 - Paul Robinson, English football player
1979 -
Māris Verpakovskis, Latvian football player
1981 - Elena Dementieva, Russian tennis player
1981 -
Guo Jingjing, Chinese diver
1984 - Shayne Ward, English singer
2005 - Prince Christian of Denmark

Something tells me I should have majored in Philosophy instead, or at least tried my hands/legs at football. (After all, I couldn't have controlled which kind of family background I might have been introduced to...)


It's pretty common that I had one or two days where I would have worked 12+ hours straight in a week........

And yet, today I felt extremely tired, when I had thought that it shouldnt be the case.

For much of the afternoon, I was pretty much left alone - at times, I felt a momentary spin in my head and the sense of instability threatened to knock me off my feet.

Maybe it's the haze, maybe it's the heat.

Maybe it's the feeling of knowing that one is working the ass off while the other is all laughs and smiles...

In any case, I still managed to finish my stuff earlier than usual. Shall try to be even earlier tomorrow.


Interesting exchange of viewpoints on marraige. Shall stop here and shift attention to there.

Signing off................ Black, black, black, is the colour of my true Self's hair - why bother if it's long or short..........

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