Monday, December 31, 2007

Penis Magazine -

Ah, a few more hours to the new year. Before i Start on the new year with a new post (right now I am rushing to type because i am going to east coast), I would like to wish all my readers a Happy Gregorian New Year and may you all learn from your mistakes.

Avoid mistakes like these.

Also, I hope you guys and gals keep fit. I had terrible health problems in the past that could have killed me and I might not be here if I wasn't doing something abt it. I learned the hard way so one of my resolutions is to keep fit and healthy, both in mind, body and soul. Do not heavy yourself with mind burdens, fats, etc. Smile and make each day a better day than before. Keep a healthy mind, exercise and pray.

Happy 2008 Everyone!

New Man Jan 2008 - Bao Hoa (NSFW)

Bao Wow! Amazing curves, fair porcelain skin. Vietnam's latest export. A new year is nearing and New Man seems to have cat-eye like models for this issue. Yes, I have a soft spot for such eyes. Some may say they look sleepy, to me its welcoming. :)

In addition, we have Channel [V] Marion C, in her poses with her hair flowing over her face, with her cute little smile. Much like the way PussyCat Dolls does it. I like her most with her hand pushing her hair up, those eyes really can mesmerize.

Sunday, December 30, 2007

MacDonalds for two days, two days to the new year

Lazy as I might be, back pains really keep you in your seat. But not my fingers. Dialled Mac for the weekends, had some unhealthy meals through out. I feel so bloated I wonder how the Super Size Me guy manage to eat that for a month!

It's been a lazy weekend, recovering well from my back and shoulder pains. But the cold weather is really stiffening up my muscles a bit. Nevertheless, I had to take warm showers to keep the blood flowing. Sat at home most of the weekend, really sucks not to be doing any form of exercise. Can't even do pull ups, nor push ups without groaning. I still can't look up properly, so I guess I have to still drink up from a cup rather than from a bottle.

So anyway, 2 more days to the sounds of the New Year, ain't that grand. What's the deal anyway. Well apart from the parties, bright lights, beautiful fireworks, hot women dancing, it's still like any other day. I know some ppl out there are out there doing their duties, all alert and vigilant. Yes I am talking about our defence forces, our NS man, our regulars. They have a part to play to ensure our safety. Staying up, ensuring no unnecassary numbers are added to our population. Yeah, I am all praise for them because I used to do guard duty on New Year's day. And it sucks! But heck, anything for the nation. :)

2007 is passing, yeah a lot has happened. Recently Bhutto was assasinated, this day today is Saddam's first death anniversary, supposedly another tyrant was gotten rid off and yet the country is still one of the most unsafest place to live, Bulgaria and Romania joins the EU, the bird flu is still looming around, wars and conflict still going on in Somalia, Palestine, Iraq, Darfur.. and i keep going and going. It is still the same old bad news as last year. People are still dying, suffering, children are still forced into prostitution, women are being raped, countries are still at war, AIDS still has no cure for it, the world is still warming, ...... what a year we have and over here we are complaining about high costs of living. No wrong with that, living here is still VERY COSTLY! GST is up this year if you guys still remember last July!

Well enough of the bad news, the good news is, we have our A380 Airbus which sadly, despite it's comfortable and private cabins, we are not allowed to have sex on a plane. I am sure it is a dream for some (probably many) to do that jiggy in mid-air.

Our football team has finally won a medal in the SEA games since 1995, in addition to that, they actually are on-route to qualify for the World Cup! Yeay!

Singapore has acquired rights to host the Formula One 2008 World Championships. Yeah, finally we get see cars going 4 times over the speed limit on our roads!

Yeah well, that's about it, there are more but I my fingers are starting to strain again. Anyway, I might just hang out to see the fireworks or maybe just watch a movie. See how it goes tomorrow. Till then, it will be a whole working day for me.

Happy Gregorian 2008 to ya all!

Saturday, December 29, 2007

The Beginnings of a Third World War

War corporatism; a new form of Fascism

Watch the video to have a better understanding of what is going on now and in the possible future.

The rest is up to you to decide.

Friday, December 28, 2007

"...Omar Sheikh, the man who murdered Osama Bin Laden.." - Benazir Bhutto

Watch the video after the 6th minute. The late Benazir Bhutto mentioned that Omar Sheikh murdered Osama Bin Laden, and the interviewer didn't seem at all bothered to pick on that as if it was common knowledge.

Did she reveal something that we are not suppose to know?
Was this the reason why she was assassinated?
Could her knowledge of that actually end the war on terror?

Back & Shoulder Pain

I slept wrongly last two nights ago. I still went to work thinkin it will go away. But the pain started to elevate to my right hand. It got so bad, I had a fever and my hands had pins and needles. ON top of that, the pain just keeps spreading from the back to my shoulders to my hands.

I had a slight fever and I couldn't move my mouse properly. I had to see the doc abt it. Ok, at this part, I find the doctor too professional. The way he talks and asks me to do all kinds of movements. He did assure me that it will be ok within a day,but I am still in pain now! LOLz!

I think I need to pop in more pills to relax the muscles. The stretching he showed me didn't help either. Right now I am struggling to type with jus my left hand. I hope I get well soon.

The Original Cuppycake Video!

Do you still remember "The Cuppycake Song"? This video was taken in 1994. This is the face of the girl behind that famous song, The Cuppycake song. Her name is Amy Castle, she was just 3 then. Here she is singing it in the home studio. Ain't she sweet? You can see her squinting before the song. So cute!!

Cuppy Cake Song
You're my Honeybunch, Sugarplum
Pumpy-umpy-umpkin, You're my Sweetie Pie
You're my Cuppycake, Gumdrop
Snoogums-Boogums, You're the Apple of my Eye
And I love you so and I want you to know
That I'll always be right here
And I love to sing sweet songs to you
Because you are so dear

Thursday, December 27, 2007

Jenny Chu - Hot Asian in a Bikini (NSFW)

Probably one of my favourite models, Jenny Chu. 5'3", Chinese/Vietnamese, this girl can dance, model and host. Yes, I drooled when I first saw her haha! Anyway, if you want to see more of her, here's her website!

She is Miss PHM 2007. What's PHM you may ask? Pure Hot Model!

Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Launching of

A collaborative effort with a dear fren, we have set up a blog dedicated to the latest movies and movie trailers.

click on the link below to see our first review of the latest movie trailer!

Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Jingle Bombs! (Video included)

Another one of Jeff Dunham's famous humorous ventriloquism.

Watch the previous video here to fully understand the jokes

Sunday, December 23, 2007

Out driving till 3 am for the past 2 days

What an incredible two days it has been. I was out driving late with my friends, watching a movie and having supper. Then after sending them home, I called up a good friend of mine for some drinks. She was surprised to see me driving. I was just fulfilling my promise to her that I'd drive her around when I have the chance since I got my license. She decided we hang out at the airport. The funny thing was I got lost getting there. I took a wrong turn somewhere and ended up at Pasir Ris. Anyway, it was a fun outing even though was worn out. Having not seen her for a long time, we did a lot of catching up. She looks happy and jovial even though it was like after midnight. Luckily for us though, we were not working the next day.

The next day, I went to the airport again to see my sis, grandma, cousins, relatives to Indonesia. I was there early with my dad and had a good man to man talk with my dad. I have a good relationship with my dad, we joke around and he is pretty fun to hang out with. Plus, he is an incredible cook!

After seeing them off, I drove my family back home and I kinda slumped myself to sleep, totally forgetting the appointment I was suppose to have later. When I woke up, I got a few smses from her. She is actually a friend of mine who just got back from Aussie for her school break. So I resheduled the appointment to around 11 pm because I had to send my mum and her friend to TMall for some shopping and dinner.

Haven't seen her for such a long time, I complimented on how she looks a lot slimmer than the last time I saw her. She smiled of course and laughed. We talked a lot and enjoyed the sea breeze at the East Coast before driving off again to Orchard to see the Christmas lights. I guess she was happy to see all that. I know how it feels to be away from home for so long, so just letting her have some sweet memories from home before she sets out to Aussie again next month.

Driving around in Singapore really sets you thinking, I thought about many things when I was driving alone in the car. For your info, it wasn't my car, it was a personal loan for the week before my grand aunt comes back from Indo. Anyway, holding on to this piece of machinery, I started to think about the future. Wondering if I am able to afford such a luxury.

Movie Review - National Treasure

2.5 / 5 stars

Nicolas Cage is one of my favourite actors and seeing him in the first National Treasure, I really felt that he was a smart treasure hunter. The movie has its intricate puzzles, almost impossible deciphering clues, and also really funny dialogues in the movie. The latest addition to this movie is his own mother who happens to not get along well with his father whom she haven't met for a very long time and for good reason. It seems both can't stop bickering at each other whenever they meet and all this is in good humour for the viewers as we can see them trying to solve clues and yet hate each other at the same time.

The storyline basically was clearing his great, great grand father's name who is now accused as one of the mastermind of the murder of the late President Lincoln. And this is because of new evidence which cropped up, revealing his greatx2 grand father's name as one of the conspirators.

So as usual, to make clear his ancestral name, Nicolas Cage had to prove that this was not true. But somehow, the legend of the City of Gold came into the picture. So it is kinda like a treasure hunt.

The movie was pretty ok overall, but it lacked suspense and intrigued unlike the first National Treasure. I was expecting more intricate puzzles and difficult solving clues, but I can't help feeling that the movie seems a bit like Indiana Jones. There were also too much car chase action involved.

Some of the answers to the clues were like 'served on a platter' kind. We know the numbers, the clues and some actions were pretty repetitive. But I guess what kept me in my seat is wanting to see if the City of Gold existed and knowing what was in page 47 of the President's book of secrets.

I wanted more from this film but it didn't deliver, the jokes were good, but the puzzles and intrigue were lacking.

Thursday, December 20, 2007

This is why a water bed is not a bed for sex

Ever wonder why the water bed is not called a sex bed? See the video and you'd understand why.

Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Movie Review - The Warlords

3.5 / 5 Stars

The movie starts out with a first-person view of a battlefield. You would feel like you are right smack in the middle of it. Blood and gore is evident, many soldiers get hacked and butchered from both sides and you can hear gasps from the crowd as they are shown the near-reality of a 19th century battle in China. After a few mins of that, the camera dims and shots of the aftermath of the battle are shown. Jet-li rises out from the bodies of soldiers, utterly shocked and disappointed at himself as his men lay dead around him. At the same time feeling pissed off as he realises he was betrayed(you will learn why later on in the movie). Somehow he manages to walk away from that and walks alone. He falls on his journey to somewhere only to be helped by a women who cared for him and nursed him to health. The girl slept with him in the night and they had a night of romance in a shady rundown house. He awakes the next day finding her gone.

So that's the initial part of the movie. Watch it to see more!

The movie had pretty good battle scenes. You will actually see the war being fought in like a post-medieval kind of battle with guns and arrows. It was the 19th century anyway. Jet-li plays as a deserted General who longs to fight against those who betrayed him. Along the movie, he meets Takeshi Kaneshiro whom he had a small fight with after Takeshi tried to beat him up. Jet Li wins the fight and Takeshi brings him to see his Big Brother, Andy Lau, a leader of bandits.

The movie has a pretty intriguing story of love and lust. Death and destruction. Peace and brotherhood. But apart from that, the part that wasn't to my liking is the serious speeches that sounded really funny. You'd have to watch it to understand what I mean. The dialogue could have been improved and the jokes more funnier.

What I like about the movie though, apart from the battle scenes, is the politics behind it. The three of them made an oath of brotherhood, but each had a different viewpoint. Takeshi was into the Brotherhood, Jet Li was into Honour and Glory, Andy Lau was into fighting for the People.

Although all of them were fighting for their own personal causes, each clashed as differences became apparent. The three of them became almost disagreeable but at the same time they needed each other because only through the help of one another can all of them reach their personal cause. This was taken advantage by the evil minds of the Imperial court 'ministers' who tried to get them to kill one another.

Overall the plot was pretty good so are the fighting scenes, just that the dialogue could have been better.

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

A person reaches death each time you log onto his website

You have the choice to be an associate of a murder or not, just by logging onto his website.

Sunday, December 16, 2007

Cloverfield - Exclusive 5 mins of the movie!

Cloverfield, 01 18 08 (New Trailer)

A month from now we shall see the movie. A lot of rumours that it has a lion's head and the movie is only 90 mins long. Whatever it is, a lot of hype is going on for this movie. Everyone wants to see the monster.

Flaming Titties (NSFW or even for anyone who wants to try this)

Please do not try this anywhere! Seriously do not try this at all! You'd have to be really dumb or bored to try this.

Saturday, December 15, 2007

Maxim Dec 2007 - Andrea Fonseka (NSFW)

Andrea Fon sek a, try saying that syllable by syllable. Yes finally she is on a cover of Maxim, on a lingerie debut. We always see her on tv as part of Deal or No Deal, or as a host in some of the shows like Live the Dream. Those eyes really can capture you from across the room. With her sexy moves dancing and singing for Live the Dream advert, you wonder what else more she can do.

But she isn't the only one in the Maxim book, Anna Takiko, I have not seen her before but with her mix of Brazilian and Japanese (Japzilian?), you'd feel like doing the Samba.

Friday, December 14, 2007

Always use protection

This is a cool ad for firefox. I do not know if you have seen it before but personally I think it sends the right message.... well almost.

Yes, I like using Mozilla Firefox, its light, its updated regularly, it loads faster etc. Way a lot better than IE. The interface looks clean and easy to use, Firefox was the first browser that I just feel in love with when it introduced the tabbed browsing. I was sold after that, I knew this browser had more in store to come.

Firefox just makes life easier for me. I am sure some of you or most of you are using it, there have a lot of add ons that prove useful for the web. Yes, there were some hitches in the past but right now I think they are doing great. Heck I am using Firefox now to update my blogs. It beats waiting for IE to load whenever I wanna open a new tab. Keep up the good work Mozilla!

Wednesday, December 12, 2007

I was attacked by a predator! (pictures of the aftermath and the predator)

Yeah, I was ferociously attacked by a predator. He was quick and decisive. His attacks were difficult to evade, but I manage to escape from his bite. Nevertheless, I got myself hurt in the process.... Here are my scars

And here is the culprit!

I think he is a cousin of the tiger, look at his stripes!

In case you are wondering, yes, that is my cat! He likes to bite, scratch and jump on people. He is quite territorial, loves to run around and chase small insects. Even my neighbour's dog doesn't seem to bother him. He is a Tom Cat.

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

What is our National Treasure?

Our nationalistic pride, joy, sorrow, pain, disappointment, accomplishment, can be found on one location, The Kallang Stadium. The one and most memorable place, where Singaporeans converge as one nation, regardless of race, language or religion. A place where most Singaporeans will have a story to tell, be it their participation in the National Day parade, or watching Singapore football players play, cheering OLE OLE OLE!, or have their physical training sessions running up the stadium steps,..... this is our National Treasure.

National Treasure 2

You forgot my fish in my fish burger Burger King!

Probably the most upsetting performance/service I have encountered. I decided with a colleague that we buy from BK for lunch because we have those coupons that they send to the mail boxes. The BK was about a 7 minute walk from my office building, and tat excludes waiting for the green man when crossing junctions.

Anyway, upon reaching there, I ordered the buddy meal using the coupon. It includes BK Singles Mushroom Swiss, BK Fish, Med Fries, Small Onion Rings, 2x Med Coke & 3 pc Chicken Tenders. It is $9.90.

Upon handing the coupon, I asked for a change in one of the drinks.

Me:"I would like to change the drinks."
Counter lady: "The drinks, what would u like to change to?"
Me:"Ice Lemon Tea,... how much if I change it to Ice Lemon Tea?"
Counter Ladys:" Extra 40 cents"
Me:"OK, I would like to change to Ice Lemon Tea"
Counter Lady: "So both change to Ice Lemon Tea"
Me:"No, just one"
Counter lady:"okay......" (looking a bit confused, started to press some buttons)

OK, basically I was charged 40 cents for a change of 1 coke to 1 ice lemon tea. I don't know if that is the correct charge, I didn't check again on my receipt later because I totally forgot abt it and I was HUNGRY!

Anyway, she did all the packing into the bags after I asked for it to be taken away. Strangely, they put it all into two paper bags, now I remember previously when I bought the buddy meal, it was in 3 paper bags. But I just paid anyway and left the BK.

After leaving, I went to look inside just to be sure they got it all in the bag. As I was searching and walking away, the counter lady called me from behind, chasing me. She said she forgot about the fries. So we went back and got my fries. Disgruntled but happy that I got all my food, I hurried back to my office. By this time, the weather got pretty humid after the rain and I was sweating a little.

Back in the office, I started to distribute the food to my colleague. She got her Singles mushroom swiss and mine was the BK Fish burger. Already hungry and sweaty, I opened the package to see my burger WITHOUT MY FISH! And clearly it wasn't dropped in anyway, because the cheese was still there, and didn't look melted. Usually the cheese would be melted against the hot fish fillet. Obviously they forgot the fish!

Fumed I was, my friend told me to go back and get my deserved fish burger! And so I did, I rushed there, walking quickly. On the way there, my colleague called me through my mobile. And guess wat, when she was eating her Swiss mushroom burger, there was NO MUSHROOM!

WHAT THE $%^*!

When I reached there I just went straight to the small office cubicle and told the lady in there that there was NO FISH IN MY FISH BURGER and NO MUSHROOM IN MY MUSHROOM SWISS!

She gave a 'On no, not again' look She apologised and quickly went to the cooking area to get my burgers made. She was apologetic when she handed me my burgers into the paper bag. Of course, I checked it inside to make sure all the ingredients are inside.

Seriously Burger King, you guys can't forget such impt food ingredients! It is a burger for goodness sake, and to make a mistake on both of my burgers is just too much! ARGH!

Monday, December 10, 2007

My Bachelor Pad

Finally got my wireless network working. And re-arranged my furniture, need to work on the right furniture to buy and add to my small room. Nevertheless, I am happy with the new work area which is under my bed. It is pretty cosy with the light on and the sound of rain drops just outside my window.

I am thinking of adding an extra small table on the side, much like an L shape furniture for me to write on. Right now, there isn't much area for me to write. Yes, I still do love using the pen and paper. Probably, I might get some drawers and a small sofa. Thinking of getting those sofas that you can sleep on. Those kinds that follow the contours of your body. Maybe I could get it in red.

There it is, my humble corner... cosy chair, warm lighting, some hot cocoa and the cold rain. Yes, it is my corner of bliss.

Sunday, December 9, 2007

Can we suggest this for Singapore's Funniest Videos? (NSFW)

I can't help but laugh at this video.

I don't think this would pass the censors here, anyway enjoy the video.

Friday, December 7, 2007

PC for under US$200

Apparently, two weeks ago, Wal Mart sold out its 10,000 units that cost US$200. The specs include a 1.5 GHz VIA C7 CPU embedded onto a Mini-ITX motherboard, 512MB of RAM and an 80GB hard drive.

Sounds pretty ok, considering if you are just using your pc for normal usage eg: typing, reading emails, updating your blog, surfing the net. So what makes it so cheap? Well the answer is pretty straight forward. No Windows.

The PC is not bundled up with Windows in here, and no Microsoft Office, this PC runs on Linux and Open Office, both are open source and free! So that keeps the costs low.

You can read more about it here.

If you think abt it, the PC does meet your basic needs. Unless you are a High-end user like me, then this PC meets your requirements for a PC on a budget. There is already a lot of bad publicity on Windows Vista and that is one of the reasons why I haven't been blogging. I been currently trying to downgrade to a Windows XP because Vista is taking such a long time to load and shut down!

Anyway, I think because of that, people are opting to stick to Windows XP or buy a Mac or in this case, switch to Linux. And best of all, it's cheap. This period reminds me of the Concorde era. It had the ability to reach places at the quickest possible time, and providing good service to it's passengers, but in the end, it is just too expensive to travel in it and it too had it's own terrible disaster which led to the end of it's career.

Comparing that with the current wrap on Vista, M$ is goona have a hard time trying to sell it's Vista. Windows has been the standard for most part of the world users, but if Vista is not keeping to it's promises, people are losing faith in M$. I think, now other OS are springing up soon to offer a better alternative and Linux is probably becoming a contender, maybe not enough to beat M$ but at least it is trying to get it's share in the market. Now I read, Google is making it's own operating software.

You can read more abt it here.

So what do I look for in an OS?

1) Light weight
2) Ease of use
3) Quick Loading time

Hopefully someone can create such OS. I am not into nice cool graphics, I just need an OS that works fine and doesn't load forever! Till then, it is XP for me.

Monday, December 3, 2007


I wanted to blog abt this day, because it landed on the same day as my birthday. But yesterday I was too preoccupied with my new gifts that I totally forgot to write abt it.

Anyway, the AIDS epidemic isn't getting any better. We still haven't found a cure, 3rd world countries are not getting the medicines they need to survive through this disease, people are still out there having unprotected sex, the world is getting more connected and yet our young adults and even our older adults are still clueless of what causes the disease and how it is transmitted.

UNAIDS estimates there are 33.2million ppl with HIV, 2.5 million of them children. Around half of them have it before they are 25 years old and most of them do not live beyond 35. It is a pandemic.

In 2005 alone, 2.4 ~ 3.5 million people died of AIDS. More than half a million were children. A third of them occured in sub-Saharan Africa.

4,400 ppl die of AIDS everyday in sub-Saharan Africa. If that happens in Singapore, our population would have been wiped out within 3 years.

HIV is transmitted through blood, semen, vaginal fluid, perseminal fluid and breast milk. Yes, breast milk! Other transmissions can be in a form of anal, vaginal or oral sex. Blood transfusion like the sharing of contaminated needles can get you infected with HIV.

1st December isn't significant to me just because it is my birthday, but it is a reminder to myself and I hope to others of the implications you will get when you make the wrong decisions in your life.

There is still hope for you and there is still hope for those who have HIV. There are pills to slow down the virus and doctors are still working on a cure. Although it may seem bleak at the moment, the pills that are helping to slow down the spread of the virus infection is giving an extended life to the HIV patients.

You can read more of it here.

Personally, I think everyone here has a responsibility to be informed and inform others of this disease. And at the same time, learn to protect oneself, either through protection or keeping yourself chaste.

AIDS is no longer a gay's disease, it is a people's disease, knowing no gender, race or age.

Resource, information links and how you can give your support:

Saturday, December 1, 2007

My Birthday Presents!!

Oh gosh, how time flies by so fast. I don't usually bother much abt my birthdays, but this year has been a different year for me. I learned a lot of new things, eg: being a leader, a teacher, a good brother and son, managing my time and money, self-discipline and endurance, etc... It has been a pretty good year.

I recapped my past year on what I have achieved. And most of it have achieved, mostly on my own and I am pretty proud of myself. But all that is not attainable without the support of my family and friends. No doubt I have achieved things but there is still lots for me to accomplish. I am setting goals mentally as I write this blog, and as I recall what the past year has taught me, I think it has to be about growing up.

Don't get me wrong, it's not like I lack maturity but more like learning from the lessons throughout this year, from making mistakes to making important decisions.

This year, I finally passed my driving license.
I found a fulfilling job. (or maybe i should say, 'refound'; not too sure if that is a word itself)
I passed my IPPT on my own without a training buddy.
Made painful decisions in my past relationship.
Set up a new blog.

Although it seems little that I have done, but only I myself know the pain and sacrifices I had to go through to achieve all that. Weeks of staying home jobless when everyone seems to have a job. The countless driving lessons which almost drove me penniless. The late nights at work to finish up projects and weekend work to earn more to buy a laptop so that my sis can use my pc for her school work next year. The pain and fatigue from training almost everyday in the middle of the night running around parks and housing estates and still waking up the next morning for work. Having to face a painful break up and seeing her face tear in my hands......

What a year it has been.

Oh well, you live and learn. Life's would be boring without facing challenges. And I face it each day in stride, knowing I have learned how to deal with it.

Anyway, here are my presents!

It's a candle, made by one of my colleagues at work. Nice isn't it! She is so sweet to make me a candle out of sand and tiny seashells. It looks too nice to light up. I be putting it in my desk room next to my laptop!

My sis bought me a T-shirt. Yes it is light blue. So striking, I like the design on it. Looks pretty.

Yes! Food! Glorious food! My parents bought me pizza!

Yes I bought meself a laptop! With help from a dear friend of course. Got it from Sitex. It is an Asus A8Jseries. Pretty good specs, it has a 160gb HDD, 2ghz Core Duo, 2Gb of Memory, 802.11a wireless, ATi Radeon X2300 graphics card, plus, I got free Altec Lansing Speakers, free optical mouse, free laptop bag (the bag is pretty rugged and tough), free portable wireless access point, some free softwares, and all of that for $1515. My friend helped me pull it from almost $1600 to $1538. The girl was sweet enough to bring it down further to $1515 all because it was my birthday :)

I feel so gratified!
Now I Goota go customize my laptop!