- People who dress better than them
- People with better cars than them
- Being ignored
- Being provoked to jealousy
- Being too cold
- Being too wet
- Being forced to go to church
- Being trapped inside on a sunny day
- Being told to slow down
- Being told they can’t flirt
Finally. A job i can say that I love.
I am a Graphic Artist by degree but i have since loved the science of design and art as applied in consumer and retail products. I love it so much that i consider getting into school to earn a degree in industrial design.
My team requires that everyone be a one-man team, that means everyone can do everything but not necessarily do everything. Gets?
So now i am learning Google SketchUp and enriching my 3D skills.
This is a special day so what better way to celebrate it than to watch things on the big screen. I’m a fan of Nicholas Hoult so it comes with no surprise that we had to watch his movie.
I must say that this is a good pre-valentine movie, well, if you’re a geeky person with the fantasy of a real zombie apocalypse happening hanging just at the back of your head.
It has the tolerable amont of romance, drama, cheeziness, with the right kick of suspense (it is a zombie movie). The story is all too simple, we need love. It changes us, it makes better, or want to be better. I was a little stunned at the end when i realized that the message was all to clear, all we needed was a new take on these brain-eating zombies.
One thing that really annoyed me is the type-face they used on their opening credits. ugh. maybe the one that made that has his brains eaten by a zombie.
I was planning a weekend pick-me-up treat for myself. I was feeling borderline depressed because of being at home all the time. I still dont want to work, or find one, but I want to do something. So, to jumpstart this week I planned this treat for myself. which went better than expected.
After an exhausting Saturday night poolside relaxation, I woke up to a hazy Sunday and a hot bowl of classic champorado. Then meeting with the MadhouseMNL people. Planning the things we need because the publication will now be doing bimonthly issues.
Then dinner. Dinner was great and the company was awesome. I almost forgot how good it felt to see your friends after a long and tiring week and just bond and laugh and talk.
I gained back my hope for humanity.