Sunday, September 8, 2013

Star Trek 2

A wonderful story, fast and brilliant plot. Once in a while science fiction isn't so bad to watch, it relaxes your mind. Just sit back and relax.

I slept at 5am this morning

Last night was quality time with good company and family and it lasted till five in the morning. It has been long since I spent my nights at a restaurant overnight. We spoke about politics, hobbies and about our younger days. We looked at nostalgic photos, quote conversations and joke about silly people that has been around us those years.

I woke up half past noon and hungry for food. Thank god it was a Sunday. I was also introduced to a new squire in the circle. I wish him the best in his squire ship and may he be granted wisdom along the way towards leadership. This log has no names, no location but those who don't have a clue have to keep on guessing.

On another note; this short log took me a little bit more than an hour to compose, and some people underestimate blogging and thought it is easy. Easier said than done the way I see it. Nowadays, If you're a daily blogger, it's either you're in between jobs but have parents paying for the Internet bill or that is your job. Feel me.

At this closing paragraph I just feel like changing the title but that will easily get me to spend another half an hour at least.

Saturday, September 7, 2013

Hike in Fuel Price

To friends and families, all this fuss about a price hike in fuel is totally uncool. I do not complaint, in fact I never complaint about our national fuel price. In comparison to neighboring countries we are still at low. Anyway, the government did not raise the fuel price, they reduced the subsidy. But why do people complaint? Because it's the trend.... Monkey see, monkey do.

I do not see any harm when the government decided to reduce the fuel subsidy, more over it was and always have been a calculated decision. The decision maybe unpopular, but it had to be done. Adjustment such as this move is normal to any country to balance up its economic factor.

We have to change our lifestyle, change how we commute to work, change how we drive. In my younger years I use to drive fast and furious, but when changed my driving behavior a few years ago, I notice a big drop in fuel usage. Don't speed when you don't need to, don't drive into traffic jams and always fill her up full tank to usage.

Hope this helps, burn calories not fuel.