I was browsing for a new game online when I came across a review of the classic Duck Hunt. Gosh… sure brings back a lot of memories about our first time experiences with video games. Yes, Duck Hunt was the first few games that we played A LOT when I was a kid.
I have to say that I was quite good with the game. (Who aren’t?? ) Even without those tactical rifle scopes shooting down the ducks was not too tough even for a 5 year old.
Looking forward to try out the wii version. Perhaps it would be as good as the time when I first played it some 20 odd years ago.
I post about getting a new phone not too long ago – a samsung star gt-5230 – because my old Nokia 3200 just showed a black screen of death to me suddenly. There were sounds and the buttons still works well. But no display. I was talking about this wonderful phone that I used for more than 7 years to my colleague and she mentioned about changing the battery. It seems she had the same problem with her old phone (not a nokia), she changed the battery and ‘voila!’ the display came back.
So I did the same. Though it was not easy to find the battery. It worked exactly as she said. I was really happy. Now I have 2 phones. :p I suppose it feels like continuing its services for me for a few more years. They don’t make phones like this anymore I feel. I have not much confidence that my Samsung would live as long as my Nokia 3200.
I was real sad when the phone stopped displaying and I rendered it dead even without getting it checked. I just assumed it dead cause I’ve used it for nearly 7 years that’s why. Just thought it was time for it to die. But apparently not.
My 7 year old phone stopped functioning about 2-3 weeks ago. I’m supposed to get a replacement soon because I need a phone. It’s interesting that 15 years ago mobilephones were not important things in our lilves and we could get by without it. But now that every one has one, it seems impossible to live without having one.
As I am the sort of person who would search for everything online, be it charlotte jobs to phone reviews before I decide on doing or getting anything. At first I really wanted to get a Nokia c3, then I thought a Nokia E5 would be better. And as soon as I thought I had made up my mind, I saw something else that I thought a lot more worthy to get. Then I thought, why the waste of money spending on expensive phone when all I need is simple cheap phone that can help me call and send messages. In the end I still haven’t got a phone yet.
As they say, having a lot of choices can be a good thing, but when there are too many choices can be mind boggling too.
Good thing about being a preschool/kindergarten teacher, you are surrounded by cuteness everyday. Ever since I started working in a kindy I’ve thought of getting some cute stuff related to kindergarten – Kindergarten teacher bag or apron or a special t-shirt. Why? Maybe because I just enjoy my job so much.
These are a few things that I found on cafepress. Considering to get one or two for myself or even for a colleague who are having a birthday sometime in May.
I’m loving what I do everyday so much so I just feel like going back to school to take up special education diploma or degree. Perhaps there would be an online university that offers such programs. These days you can find just about any course offered through the internet. For me that would be really convenient since I don’t have the time to travel to the university. Well then, let’s just see what the future is like and perhaps I will be able to get a teaching diploma in the future.
My Ipod arrived in the mail in November last year. Since then it has been nearly three months, and I use it every day for all sorts of things. From listening to music, to tending a virtual garden, check emails, use the dictionary, read a book, watch youtube videos and more.
So far no problem and I have been very happy with it. The camera isn’t ‘that’ great but at least there’s a camera when you need one. The still pictures are crap but at least the videos aren’t ‘that’ bad. After all it is in HD.
Been nearly 3 months and no regrets what so ever. Would be nice if is a phone though. Since I still haven’t replaced my damaged phone yet. I’m dreaming of a Motorola Atrix or a Blackberry Curve.
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