Tuesday, October 19, 2010


Just finished my first chemistry midterm and it's smoooooth sailing. I've been stressing over it for a few days but it's not really that bad.

Here's a Porsche Cayman S to keep you guys happy.


Friday, October 15, 2010

Med School

Why am I upset? Isn't this blog about the happy things in life, like photography, automobiles, and humour?

All laughter eventually comes to end; for me, it is the thought of the intense competition of med school.

Do you know what it's like to apply for med school? Let me enlighten you. While the minimum GPA is often only 2.5 or 3.0, the average of acceptance is near 4.0 or higher. That means if you don't have a 3.5 GPA, don't even bother applying.

What about the applicants? How many people are applying? Often over 15,000 applicants.

And interviews... how many interviews? possibly 300.

And acceptances? Seats available? Only 60.


That's basically a 0.4% acceptance rate.

Now think of all those damn Indians who do nothing but study. They score perfect on everything because they know everything. They do NOTHING BUT STUDY. Do they eat? No. They're Ghandi. Do they drink? Possibly while reviewing flashcards. Do they sleep? No. THEY STUDY!

100% on all exams and midterms, and perfect record. How am I ever going to compete against these people?

Sad sad day, indeed.

Wednesday, October 13, 2010


I took this photo at the MIRAMAR AIR SHOW 2010. Pretty awesome display of power and pollution; diesel is awesome when poorly combusted. Heavy, thick, and blanketing smoke. Sweeeeet.


This one was at the same place, but of a falling biplane.


Tuesday, October 12, 2010


I miss watching Voltron. I mean, is there anything more awesome? stfu optimus prime; you've got nothin' on Voltron.

Saturday, October 9, 2010

McDonalds Monopoly

Monopoly is back at McDonalds, which means it's time for another year of peeling stickers and praying for Boardwalk.

I've already won a few medium fries, a breakfast sandwich, and a wrap. Get out there and go win some stuff!

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

University Life

After a few weeks in the big University, it is easy to get lost amongst the thousands of students. My current University has over 23,000 undergraduates alone, with about 5,000 graduates. Most students are lost amongst the crowd, and everyone is just a blend of faces.

Lectures are no longer face-time with professors; instead, it is a form of dictatorship where hundreds of students type away and trying to process the words of an aging professor. It lacks vigor, communication, and personality as much as it makes up with efficiency and technicality.

Lecture halls are so enormous, cramped chock full of hungry college students with squished into small spaces. God forbid you are obese, as every hour of discussion and lecture is hell.

Monday, October 4, 2010

Google Chrome

I've got a major bone to pick with Google chrome. Sure it's lightning quick and fairly stable, but there are also a few issues that should be dealt with.

Firstly, it should render all websites just as well as Firefox or IE. It often have problems with basic HTML and Java, and won't even let me post links using Google's own publisher.

Secondly, Chrome has trouble supporting some of the online applications at the same speed and consistency as Firefox. It often crashes even when viewing youtube, which is rare for any browser.

Before you angrily assume my computer is at fault, my PC is running Win7x86Pro, Intel 860 i7, 4GB DDR3 1333, and a GTX 280 (OC).

Meh; I think I'll go back to using Firefox like it's 2007....

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Miramar Air Show

Just returned from Miramar Air Show last night, and I've got plenty of photos.

Make sure to check out my flickr photostream!!


Saturday, October 2, 2010


It was raining in San Diego yesterday, and I took this photo of a plant outside of my apartment.

What do you guys think?