Monthly Archives: May 2003

Dead Poet’s Society

The movie itself is not the subject of this entry, as you should have realised by now after reading my other entries. Saturday was one of the most relaxing and beautiful moments of my life, even though it would seem … Continue reading

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We are the world

No this entry is not about the USA for Africa song back in the 1980s or about children and aid to them. Not the time in primary school (ACJS) were our class (well a quartet of us) drew the Nazi … Continue reading

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See how they shine

Wednesday was track and field day and being loyal NJCians, we had to stay back until 6:00pm to support our houses. They sun was blazing, scorching the entire field and the athletes, and even the bottles of mineral water passed … Continue reading

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Once more you open the door

This week during one of my Lit lectures, I posed Luke this question on whether one must always open the door for others who are just behind you. You see, as I approached LT 2 doors, there were three girls … Continue reading

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Like a bridge over troubled waters

Yes, yes that’s what Clay Aiken sang for the finals, stop booing all you Studdard Fans… This entry is actually a side note, to recall all the events of the past few weeks… May 12th to May 17th: I felt … Continue reading

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