i scanned SOME NUMERO TOKYO DEC 2008 (download)
and when i say some; i mean like 10 pages.
I’m not only lazy my scanner is also lazy; it runs pre-vista which means that i am forced to use Windows photo Gallery to scan and it’s not pleasant.
and the scans are not of great quality; numero has a really really thick spine =_=
Not much fashion; actually no fashion; i scanned some pictures of rooms. . .
here are the highlights! they also double as ipod/iphone wallpapers!
I don’t know about you but when I see a good book case I fall in love
im uploading it right now
ok so let me tell you what i did today while i wait for the link to finish uploading.
I saw the new Harry Potter movie; The half-blood prince, it was kind of a spontaneous decision as I have been marathoning the harry potter movies at my friend’s house. After the Order of the phoenix; we all felt the urge to go and catch the newest one; even though my friend had a pot luck to go to.
anyways; what did i think? Shorter than I expected and since I’ve never read the books I was obviously surprised by what happened; but I also kinda expected it.
Poor harry; he looses someone in every book/movie.
Hermione (Emma Watson) is gorgeous and yeah …
ok now i’m kind of embarssed about my scans because yeah they suck.
but since i did scan them please don’t redistribute them without my permission, thanks.
internet is slow right now
ok so i also was multi-tasking and reading jpod by douglas coupland while I was scanning. I loved it up until the part where the main character goes off to china…
i’m chinese; and im from beijing, and i get kind of dented when people describe china as a place full of rude people and it’s gray and dirty and just a horrible place where horrible people live.
it’s really rude, because i don’t think people have the right to speak that way, that’s right…you heard me.
a certain line in the book especially caught me off guard “I’d known that the moment china discovered cars and craved gasoline, it was curtains for the planet.”
yeah the chinese people killed planet earth; no i’m sure it was a group effort from every breathing organism on this planet. . . =_=
it’s unfair for people to judge on china’s current industrial revolution and its effects on pollution when they were farming rice paddies while westernized countries are developing at a heavy rate and not polluting just as much if not more.
but, from that alone i cannot judge; as the writer is from vancouver and vacouver is infested with chinese people; like myself!
Ok to be fair; if i grew up with grass everywhere then went to china yeah i’d hate it too
keep on keeping on!
i mean reading; life too i guess.