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Aikido Lesson #2

I’ve got a couple of bruises to report but other than that, I really had fun.ย  I was still confused and I don’t have the rolling quite down yet but managed to learn a couple of moves ๐Ÿ™‚ย  All I’m hoping now is to be able to remember them for next week … so to help me do that, I’m thinking of buying this book.

The Complete Basicย Techniques

Anyone else know of any good Aikido books I should be reading?

Aikido Lesson#2

โ€™ve got a couple of bruises to report but other than that, I really had fun.  I was still confused and I donโ€™t have the rolling quite down yet but managed to learn a couple of moves :)  All Iโ€™m hoping now is to be able to remember them for next week โ€ฆ so to help me do that, Iโ€™m thinking of buying this book.

The Complete Basic Techniques

Anyone else know of any good Aikido books I should be reading?

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Bumblebee

“Ask and ye shall receive”

That’s so true ๐Ÿ™‚

First, my lomo and now my Bumblebee … look:-

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So stay tune for more of my desires … meanwhile, check out his friends:-

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From left to right, it’s Jazz, Bumblebee and the Optimus Prime. No, the rest don’t belong to me … I kidnapped them to show them some feminine love ๐Ÿ™‚

Die Hard 4.0

It’s been 19 years since the first Die Hard and Bruce Willis doesn’t disappoint … … ok, I may be exaggerating a little because I’m a Bruce Willis fan (have been since his Moonlighting days with Cybill Shephard … long before Ally McBeal it was Moonlighting) so Die Hard 4.0 was reminiscent of action movies long gone. Some how action movies are a little too realistic for me nowadays. So I’m still into superheros – costumes or no costumes as long as they fight evil and their goodness isn’t flawed by some depth ๐Ÿ˜›

Live Free or Die Hard

So how does an analogue cop save a digital world? With some serious old fashion ass kickin’ and a new teen-ish sidekick who knows everything there is to know about computers and connectivity. Of course, my favourite part was watching Kevin Smith, a Die Hard fan himself, play a hacker who helps good ol’ John McClane out.

Yippee Ki Yay !!!

The story is as good as it gets for a movie which franchise started in the late 80s. The premise is mildly interesting only because it’s a scary thought that the whole world could be taken down with the press of a couple of buttons. But hey, you don’t watch Die Hard for the story. So unless you know Die Hard (and trust me, there are those young enough who don’t … like my intern who went, “Die what?” … I nearly cough up blood into her face :P) it isn’t much but for the rest of us, even if it’s just to relive the days when movie watching isn’t about the CGI but the crazy stunts that the actors do all by themselves. And of course, Bruce Willis shows how you can be in your 50s and still be so darn cool. Step over Ashton … where were you when these premiered?

Die HardDie HarderWith a Vengence

Happy Birthday, Jules!!!

Ok, I was out of the office and missed the call time!!!

So hope you feel this hug flying through cyberspace from Singapore to Japan, it comes with my warmest wishes that your first birthday in Japan be filled of dreams happening in sweet doses ๐Ÿ™‚

Jules and Me

Miss you much … movies, lunches, hanging out doesn’t seem quite the same but I’m looking forward to coming to Japan to show you my Aikido moves.

Ichi Ni San Shi Go Roku Shichi Hachi Kyu Ju!!!