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I'm an ABC and this is where I vent and share my life stories. A little bit about myself is that I am an aspiring murse (male nurse), I play guitar, I love God, and although people see me as a goody 2 shoes I am above all...Human. So don't judge if I get angry or frustrated sometimes because Christians aren't perfect, only forgiven :) So I hope you guys enjoy my thoughts on life. K BYE. Oh yeah I also own the blog wtfoodge.com and I play ping pong.

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15 February 11

Being a Telemarketer is hard…

I NEED SOME MOTIVATION.

Posted: 12:28 PM

Why I Haven’t Had Time To Do Things.

So I have a big list of things I need to do but couldn’t get done because I was just so dang busy. So the things I needed to do for the past week was.

  • Start Working
  • Apply for Binghamton’s Nursing School
  • Train in Table Tennis (since I have a tournament coming up)
  • Start Studying for Microbiology
  • Write a Song for WTFoodge
  • Help Edit a Video for my staff worker in IV so she can gather up money

Now here are the reasons why I couldn’t get most of that done:

  • I visited Stony Brook to buy the book needed for class and catch up with some people for about two and a half days
  • I had to eat with my dad’s side of the family on Saturday morning and my mom’s side on Saturday night
  • I had church on Sunday
  • On Sunday I actually went to the toy fair and it was pretty sick (I’ll write more about it later if I have the time)
  • I had to pick up my bro from the hospital because he had surgery to remove a lymph node on his leg…Even though upon picking him up he was walking fine and dandy like nothing ever happened

This is what I plan on getting done today

  • Get a few calls in for my job and hopefully get some customers
  • Ask Bing what supplementals they need from me
  • Study some microbio
Posted: 12:16 PM
So 4 days ago I ordered an Alienware M11x. Hopefully it will replace my desktop. The thing is, I always thought it was liberating to have a laptop (or at least a powerful one). There is something very liberating about carrying a small machine that can do everything a bulky desktop could do. I was told that no matter how good the laptop, performance-wise, the desktop will always be better at half the cost. This maybe true but you can’t always carry that huge thing everywhere! And for my purposes I don’t think I could tell the difference. At first I was going to save up for an HP Envy, but then I couldn’t resist the deal when I saw that the alienware laptop was about $500 off. With that said here are the specs I put on my laptop.
Alienware M11x, Soft Touch Stealth BlackOverclockable Intel Core i7 640UM (4M Cache, 2.266 GHz Max Turbo Frequency)8GB Dual Channel DDR3 at 800MHzAlienware M11x 90W A/C Adapter11.6-inch WideHD 1366x768 (720p) WLED, no WWAN Antenna1GB NVIDIA GeForce GT 335M320GB SATAII 7,200RPMPersonalized NameplatePersonalized Nameplate TriggerAlienFX Color, Quasar BlueAlienware Command Center Software, M11xIntegrated 10/100 Network Interface CardAdobe Acrobat Reader 9.0 Multi-LanguageIntegrated High-Definition Surround Sound Audio (5.1)Alienware M11x a/b/g/n 2x2 MIMO WirelessAutomatic Updates: On1.3 Megapixel WebcamWarranty Support, Initial YearSteam and Portal Factory InstalledAlienGUIse Theme Manager with Breed ThemeAlien CyborgTo some of you that’s probably a bunch of mumbo jumbo, but that’s okay, half of it was mumbo jumbo to me too. I just wish it would come faster…I’m so anxious to get it!

So 4 days ago I ordered an Alienware M11x. Hopefully it will replace my desktop. The thing is, I always thought it was liberating to have a laptop (or at least a powerful one). There is something very liberating about carrying a small machine that can do everything a bulky desktop could do. I was told that no matter how good the laptop, performance-wise, the desktop will always be better at half the cost. This maybe true but you can’t always carry that huge thing everywhere! And for my purposes I don’t think I could tell the difference. At first I was going to save up for an HP Envy, but then I couldn’t resist the deal when I saw that the alienware laptop was about $500 off. With that said here are the specs I put on my laptop.



Alienware M11x, Soft Touch Stealth Black

Overclockable Intel Core i7 640UM (4M Cache, 2.266 GHz Max Turbo Frequency)

8GB Dual Channel DDR3 at 800MHz

Alienware M11x 90W A/C Adapter

11.6-inch WideHD 1366x768 (720p) WLED, no WWAN Antenna

1GB NVIDIA GeForce GT 335M

320GB SATAII 7,200RPM

Personalized Nameplate

Personalized Nameplate Trigger
AlienFX Color, Quasar Blue

Alienware Command Center Software, M11x



Integrated 10/100 Network Interface Card

Adobe Acrobat Reader 9.0 Multi-Language

Integrated High-Definition Surround Sound Audio (5.1)

Alienware M11x a/b/g/n 2x2 MIMO Wireless

Automatic Updates: On

1.3 Megapixel Webcam






Warranty Support, Initial Year




Steam and Portal Factory Installed

AlienGUIse Theme Manager with Breed Theme



Alien Cyborg


To some of you that’s probably a bunch of mumbo jumbo, but that’s okay, half of it was mumbo jumbo to me too. I just wish it would come faster…I’m so anxious to get it!

12 February 11

Christian Dating?

So some dude named Kevin Ong came to speak at IV about Christian dating on Thursday. God has convicted me over the years to only look for Christians when dating. I have learned some serious lessons back in the day in attempt to date non-Christians. I pray and hope that my wife (when and if I get married) loves God more than I do so we can encourage each other to grow in Christ and not just have Him to the side in daily living and only worship him when I go to church or fellowship but really worship Him in my marriage in ALL that I do. When I slip she can encourage me and point me towards God. There is something REALLY attractive about a girl who is in love with God. Of course there are other standards I have, but at first place is that I want my wife to be truly in love with God. This has been in my heart for a long time and just as Kevin Ong has said and challenged us to do; I’ll be praying for my wife.

10 February 11

I’m At Stony Brook for 3 Days!

Wow, it feels like it has been an eternity since the last time I was here. Upon stepping out of the LIRR as it pulled into Stony Brook station, I felt this bittersweet feeling inside of me. Bitter because I know full well that I’m not a full-time student here at Stony, sweet because I get to spend the next 3 days here with my family. I met up with a bunch of brothers from IV to eat dinner at Denny’s and it was a great time of catching up. Something I miss so dearly about college is eating late at night. There is something very liberating about eating late at night: no parents to tell you what to do, just having a good time. This feeling makes me want to stay here but I know in a day I’ll be back home, boring home… (sigh)

9 February 11
QUINN FABRAY (Dianna Agron) WILL BE MY WIFE SOME DAY….

QUINN FABRAY (Dianna Agron) WILL BE MY WIFE SOME DAY….

2 February 11
As the youngest child of my family, space and control has always been an issue: I never have my personal space. I’d like to just live life independently without any parents bothering me. I guess the reason why I have such a sporadic sleeping schedule which was developed in college was because in college I was not told what to do. At home I am told when I should sleep and I don’t really have a choice in the matter. Sleeping late has always appealed to me because I like to do things at night. I can do my homework because no one bothers me, I can play video games because if you have enough friends who want to play at that hour, it’s just more fun! So that is exactly why I went out of control in college…And I loved it.
I  guess I can’t really say the same about the party life, because it never appealed to me. Some people are straight A students in high school and then when college comes along, they party their lives away. I never partied in high school and I never partied in college because it wasn’t my cup of tea. My cup of tea was just my personal space. Which explains why I am also really messy in college. My parents always force me to clean things up when I feel like it’s not necessary to do so, which is probably why when college came along my room was pretty messy. They then go ahead and say how nurses can’t be this messy…Well…There is a difference when it’s your JOB and you get PAID to be responsible. I guess you can say I’m one of those people who put my things all over the place, but I’m able to find it when I need it.
Which comes to the reason for my rant: I want my own room, but I just don’t want that. I want my own room where my parents won’t bother me and where I can do what I want when I want. No I’m not going to be doing drugs in my room or partying it up, but I just want my privacy. Being the youngest child has its perks, but along with them are many crappy things. My parents are very loving to their children, but that is the problem…I’m not 5 years old! How can it be that I’m 20 years old and my parents are telling me what to wear because it is cold?? Why would they tell me when to eat because it’s “that time to eat”?! I’ll eat when I’m hungry!
My parents don’t understand that I’m one of those people who will get school work done when it’s necessary. They keep telling me to do something constructive with my time off, but being rebellious, knowing full well that I have the semester off I don’t want to. Yes I will find a job, but in my own time…I can’t wait to get a job and move out…Apparently it’s bad in Asian families for someone to move out when they get a job, but I was born here and I like the American way of life: parents kick you out right after you graduate and get a job. Pretty much fend for yourself in the wild when you are able to.
[Asian] Parents think they know what is best for their children, but at a certain age, you need to just let your children do their own walking…What do you guys think!? I don’t even know who the crap reads my blog, but yeah…What do you guys think?!

As the youngest child of my family, space and control has always been an issue: I never have my personal space. I’d like to just live life independently without any parents bothering me. I guess the reason why I have such a sporadic sleeping schedule which was developed in college was because in college I was not told what to do. At home I am told when I should sleep and I don’t really have a choice in the matter. Sleeping late has always appealed to me because I like to do things at night. I can do my homework because no one bothers me, I can play video games because if you have enough friends who want to play at that hour, it’s just more fun! So that is exactly why I went out of control in college…And I loved it.

I  guess I can’t really say the same about the party life, because it never appealed to me. Some people are straight A students in high school and then when college comes along, they party their lives away. I never partied in high school and I never partied in college because it wasn’t my cup of tea. My cup of tea was just my personal space. Which explains why I am also really messy in college. My parents always force me to clean things up when I feel like it’s not necessary to do so, which is probably why when college came along my room was pretty messy. They then go ahead and say how nurses can’t be this messy…Well…There is a difference when it’s your JOB and you get PAID to be responsible. I guess you can say I’m one of those people who put my things all over the place, but I’m able to find it when I need it.

Which comes to the reason for my rant: I want my own room, but I just don’t want that. I want my own room where my parents won’t bother me and where I can do what I want when I want. No I’m not going to be doing drugs in my room or partying it up, but I just want my privacy. Being the youngest child has its perks, but along with them are many crappy things. My parents are very loving to their children, but that is the problem…I’m not 5 years old! How can it be that I’m 20 years old and my parents are telling me what to wear because it is cold?? Why would they tell me when to eat because it’s “that time to eat”?! I’ll eat when I’m hungry!

My parents don’t understand that I’m one of those people who will get school work done when it’s necessary. They keep telling me to do something constructive with my time off, but being rebellious, knowing full well that I have the semester off I don’t want to. Yes I will find a job, but in my own time…I can’t wait to get a job and move out…Apparently it’s bad in Asian families for someone to move out when they get a job, but I was born here and I like the American way of life: parents kick you out right after you graduate and get a job. Pretty much fend for yourself in the wild when you are able to.

[Asian] Parents think they know what is best for their children, but at a certain age, you need to just let your children do their own walking…What do you guys think!? I don’t even know who the crap reads my blog, but yeah…What do you guys think?!

Posted: 12:52 AM
Words can’t describe how much I want this laptop…I won’t have to be using a desktop anymore and my parents yelling at me to sleep. OMG I WANT IT SO BAD. This will solve so many problems…(sigh) TIME TO GO JOB SEARCHING.

Words can’t describe how much I want this laptop…I won’t have to be using a desktop anymore and my parents yelling at me to sleep. OMG I WANT IT SO BAD. This will solve so many problems…(sigh) TIME TO GO JOB SEARCHING.

Tags: hp envy
31 January 11

Taking Care of Myself.

Since I have the semester off, I can sleep as much as I want. Upon realizing this, I started to work out again. Why? Well the reason why I never really liked working out was because I was always so sore that getting out of bed was the worst thing ever…Now I can stay in bed as long as I want, that is no longer a problem :D. Upon this, I also realized that I will stretch a lot more. One of the reasons I’m working out is to improve in table tennis. That is my goal, maybe looks will be on the side but I want to improve in table tennis. If that means exercise, than so be it! This semester off really will test me spiritually. I eat a lot of crap and by God’s grace I don’t get fat! But that’s not the point, I am aiming to be a man of God and that means discipline. My body is the temple of God and slowly but surly in baby steps I’m going to work on some aspects as I aim to be a “Man of God”.

#1, taking care of my body… If I’m going to eat like crap I need to exercise to make up for it! I play a lot of table tennis and I actually think that is enough exercise for me but with more time off during those days where I don’t want to go out because I’m too lazy, well that means lifting weights and or running!

Another thing I’m aiming for (#2) is to study hard, but I really can’t since I’m not in school. Since nursing school is more practical than regular school, I hope to study my butt off, but not up to the point where I lose sight of everything else.

#3 will be reading the bible. We all try to put it in our new years resolutions but we always fail a few weeks or a month into the year, well…I’m saying it and I hope you guys can keep me accountable! School knowledge may make me intelligent but only God’s word can make me wise. I want to say that those who don’t look to God’s word break my heart, but that would be REALLY HYPOCRITICAL for me to say because I’m the same. I have phases where I read, and phases where I don’t. Life just gets in the way and I need to set my priorities STRAIGHT. So, the best I can do is worry about the plank in my eye before I take out the piece of wood in others. I truly believe that

#4 Is to be a good worship leader. I believe #3 and #4 are entwined together. I find that all excellent worship leaders indulge in God’s word daily. Worship at my church feels routine, people really need to examine their hearts and meditate. Music worship shouldn’t just be a time on the schedule for Sunday. I was there on the congregation side before and I know how it feels. After college fellowship, attending Urbana, attending so many different retreats and conferences, I learned SO much and have had the privilege of experiencing and being part of the worship teams. I can’t just take what I’ve learned and let it go to waste. With that, I have to understand that I am but a tool that God is going to use, ultimately it is up to the hearts of the congregation. Will they continue to worship as is or will they really take the time just forget everything else and focus on God? Will they be convicted. I have high hopes for our church.

With that said I’m going to shower now. Until next time…BYE!

27 January 11

It has been a while and this is what has been in my heart…

So I just remembered that I had a tumblr so since I’m taking a semester off I should be blogging a lot more. I’m also writing this post from my phone (I know! It’s so incredible). I’m planning to abuse my phone for all its uses. Well with that said I guess this is somewhat of a post-retreat…post? This retreat has been a great one, I learned a lot about what it meant to be a worship leader and I felt something I have never felt when I led worship before; I let the spirit lead. God really hit me hard and it is no secret that people have been leaving NYCBC left and right. Up to the point now that a select few have decided to step up and try to revive the church. There were times where I really felt hopeless for our church, but that was because it was too overwhelming… there are so many parts that need work and its so hard to work on evrrything. So I asked myself… where is my passion? God really pointed me towards worship. Over the past year and a couple months I have learned guitar and I’ve had the privilege of learning from awesome worship leaders in college. I’ve realized that a lot of people go to college and realize that college church is sooooo awesome and fellowship there is so much more intimate than their home church or what not. They then decide that their home church is “not for them” so they leave. Me? Well… all of that is true, college church is freaking amazing and I’m really close with my friends at Intervarsity Christian fellowship. Outreach is our main goal and to be totally honest, the fellowship at Stony is blooming! But it doesn’t turn me off from NYCBC, as a matter of fact it gave me more of a passion to revive NYCBC. I’ve learned so much from college and I’m willing to use it to better my home church. The very church that has invested so much time for me in the past 20 years of my life. God is not done with me at NYCBC, and has pointed me to a direction for change in the worship there. Where feeling comfortable is not enough. People should feel overwhelming feelings of brokeness, joy, vulnerability when they worship, not comfort. I have a lot to learn and I hope anyone of my friends who read this pray that I will not let this semester that I’m taking off go to waste.

Themed by Hunson. Originally by Josh