If you wanna know, I’m a terrible procrastinator and delayer. In addition to that, I’m rather slow at picking up the latest fad/craze/trend/jumping into the bandwagon. And nothing better illustrate it than observing the sequence of events that lead to my current obsession with Touhou.
Don't say lazy – lest you end up as a shut-in like her
I'm sure by now most people are aware of one of the aspect of Malaysia's 2011 Budget - those who don't know much about the budget... raise my hand.
I'll be honest, politics and economics are two field that I practically have no knowledge of. Well, OK, that's not entirely true for the first case (it's sometime fun to hear debates between those politics people, not to mention that the word itself carry a bigger meaning than the one confined in elections), but I can't say the same for economics.
(Hmm, so I'm now writing this off the bat: I think, therefore I write. On the spot. My usual stuff is to think of a certain topic for a while before posting them up here - so yeah, this is a semi-spontaneous stuff.
I'm planning to write similar posts in the future, too, so look forward for more of this type of posts)
Alright, since there is a serious lack of geology in this blog, plus a bit of prodding from a few people (well, a very small number actually), I figured I should get back on writing on this particular subject that have interested me ever since I was a kid, when collecting rocks is among some of the way I spend my pastime (yeah, I’m that kind of kid).
Right then: I figured that I’ll start with the aspect of geology that is not too technical, easy to relate with, and most importantly, something that I don’t have to crack my brain to find all the facts: it is the fieldwork of the geology course that I’ve been enrolled to.
Please read it easy~
(Disclaimer: no rocks were harmed during the writing of this post)