Friday, June 22, 2007

*$#@%*

A very uncooperative Streamyx connection has left this blogger raving mad and too burned up to produce any blog posts.

Need weekend to recover. Will be back posting shortly. GAH!

7 comments:

Las montañas said...

Weekend? go for a food hunt! yum yum! or go KL and indulge in hotel buffets after buffets.

me said...

haha. monty goes a little cuckoo when you talk to him about food!

cool down, jonzz. go have a good weekend and come back refreshed! *breaks off a piece of kit-kat to share*

do you think meeting up and seeing the face being the words have changed our friendship in anyway?

Lee Ping said...

Jonzz,

Rest well. You will be inspired to write when you are well rested. I would like to read about your childhood. Who did you play with? Or how did you come to know God? What makes you happy, other than high scores in playing games? :)

eve said...

I quote ME..
"do you think meeting up and seeing the face being the words have changed our friendship in anyway? "

I always wonder if meeting the real person behind the name of the blog , will change ur perception of that person..but i supposed if you know him or her well enough thru his/her blog ..then it shouldn't change anything at all..

Ianfluenza said...

Eve, I suppose it greatly depends on what kind of persona the blogger choose to portray him/herself in the blogosphere. And also how much he/she reveals, and if they will ever be close enough to the truth.

Jonzz said...

[LM]: Hey hey, no more putting on weight, I'm heavy enough.

[me]: Hmm, actually I am quite glad to have know you in person. It's adds a real touch to your blog. Of course, meeting bloggers can turn out both ways. Personally I would like to know the bloggers I interact with in person. I mean we still maintain that so-called secrecy but that's our 'blog principle', ha ha.

[lee ping]: Wow childhood. Hmm, I guess I do write on that in bits and pieces here and there. But those are rather personal. OK, anyway from time to time, I'd like to do that. As for my personal testimony, that's quite a bit dramatic. I prefer to share that to people in person, if you get what I mean.

[eve]: I think it depends on your attitude. I would like to meet bloggers and I hope they are just the same in person. However, it is only normal that meeting a person can drastically change your perspective of that person.

[ian]: HEY, IAN! LOL...

Lee Ping said...

OK. I understand...