Where will you be my darling? Where will you be when the dark is rising?
Saturday, April 26, 2008
Aye... yesterday I received some answers!
Sort of. Anyhoo, yesterday I had cellgroup meeting in church. CHC KL has these small rooms similar to Riverwalk's room's but its in the church complex itself, and other cellgroups had their cellgroup meetings in there too. This time I was with W19, which is Zoe's cellgroup. Turns out that they switched to the 3:30pm service, but I didn't know about it. Haha... so that explains why I didn't see anyone I was supposed to meet at the 5:30pm service. Still doesn't explain why they went for the 5:30pm one two weeks ago though... hmmm. Nevermind.
After the cellgroup meeting, we fellowshipped at some place. And I probably had the most unique dinner conversation there. On my left were all the girls and they were making jokes, laughing and all. On my right were the guys, and some guy I didn't meet before, who everyone said was very analytical. So since we were beside each other, we ended up talking. About what? Nasdaq! Stock markets! Economy! Recessions! Investments! I don't talk politics with people I just meet, and even when its a topic with my friends, its brief and casual. This time though, there was a lot of scrutiny on interest cuts and such. Heck, I know all this stuff, but I've never liked to talk about it (especially during dinner), so it felt really weird that I was speaking quite knowledgeably about things I didn't give a damn about. It's like me telling you that cat urine glows under black light. Yeah! No kidding! Oh, and another piece of useless information... Over 2500 left handed people a year are killed from using products made for right handed people! Useless info right? Well, I'm right handed, so I don't need to know. Heh!
So while I was chatting about politics and financial stuff with the guy on my right, I sometimes turned to the left and had conversations with their jokes. Then after a while the girls started to talk more serious things and on my right, the guys started to talk about more joking stuff. Haha! Ironic! James (the cellgroup leader) drove Zoe and I back home, so thanks a bunch.
Anyway, I got a little inspired by the graphics designing book I bought so I decided to edit my face a bit. I read an article yesterday disproving vampires. Some guy said that in the year 1600, if one vampire bit one person every month, and each new vampire would bite someone every month, then in 1605 the world population would be totally vampires. To City Harvesters, he used a calculation technique similar to the 1c doubling message by Pastor Tan, and after 30 days you'd have a few million. He concluded this was proof that vampires didn't exist. Well Mr Smartypants, if you knew vampire lore better, you'd realize that vampires can choose who they want to convert. With the exception of 30 Days of Night, haven't you noticed all vampires are seductive and gorgeous? They probably convert the sexiest people, and leave out nerds who calculate the odds on vampires existing. Plus, feeding on humans didn't mean you have to kill them anyway. You can suck their blood, don't convert them and you'll have a renewable resource (LOL, geography).
So that means there's still a chance of vampires existing. Of course, that's as likely as me growing wings and flying back to Singapore -.-.