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September 26, 2009

Trustworthiness has been said to be the fundamental element in creating effective society. However, people have welcomed a number of forms of surveillance as they believe that complete trust does not exist anymore.

No matter where we go, we cannot be sure that we process our complete privacy. There is going to be some kind of surveillance that keep monitoring us. Whether it's a bare-eyed monitoring, CCTV, electronic tracking, etc. People claim that surveillance conflicts with the concept of creating a better society because it provides no trust among others. However, we cannot trust anyone thoroughly without watching them to make sure that they're not going to do anything unexpected. "Prevention is better than cure". Ask yourself a question, will you let people walking in your property out of your sight? The answer would mostly be "No", especially with strangers.

It's a very controversial topic, and I know it's very boring for someone. But, you know, most boring stuffs that we ignore are something that lie near us.

Anyway, if you are interested, please tell me what you think about this theme.

Once again, thanks for reading.

September 24, 2009

She and I have been friend since we were freshman. The very first moment I met her, she was very attractive. She impressed me by several ways: the way she thinks, acts and speaks. Now it's been almost 5 years that we've known each other. I know I'm stupid to create such a strong platonic relationship that I found it very difficult to change from the stage of friend to a love one. I've spent that stupid 5 years of mine trying to improve myself to impress her. She seemed to be impressed and interested in me more than ever. She chose me to be her partner in writing our final project paper. So, I think it's a time to let things out. It was yesterday that I told her how I feel with her (everything). She was speechless and didn't answer any of my questions. Of course, I didn't force and didn't expect her to answer. I just wanted to let it off my chest. I don't know if this will change our relationship into what way. If I can be her boyfriend that would be cool, but I'm afraid of losing the best friend relationship with her.

That's all from me now. Thanks for spending your time reading this. You guys have a good day!

06:59 PM Sep 26 2009


Lao People's Democratic Republic

Thanks for the comments! You guys are awesome.

06:18 AM Sep 25 2009

Viet Nam

Good luck to you. Cool

06:07 AM Sep 25 2009


At least you have told her..5 years is a long time...you better told her than never...if she really your best friend she won't leave you just because you're in love with her. I've been there...

September 9, 2009

This is the story that happened when I was in a secondary school in my hometown.

I remember that it was the first day of my secondary school here. I also remember that I got up late on that day. So, I was in a rush carelessly doing things that I didn't realize that I put different shoes on at once. It's supposed to be the same on both sides, right? But I was wearing a different one at the same time, cool, isn't it? Anyway, I rushed to school without noticing what was going on with my feet. When I got to school, everybody was in their classes already, so I just joined them. The fun thing started when the class was dismissed. Of course, everybody got up from their seats and walked and so did I. From now, everyone began to gave me a smile, big laugh and a strange eye sight, especially on my feet. This was the moment I realized that I had put on a different kind of shoe at once and stayed in those uncompatible shoes for almost a day, am I unbelievable? Oh boy, I walked barefoot home on that day!

That's all from me now. I hope you understand the story and hope that you share your own embarrassing story, too.