Saturday, February 21, 2015

Hated

Gosh

I can't believe how many times I would mumble I really hate everyone. I mean I do, but I don't. Get me? It's confusing to be inside my head, its even more confusing when it feels so incredibly hot. It's the dry season again as I write and the temperature is just too hot. It does not help that I just came back from Winter.

It's kinda sad though, that some parts of northern USA is experiencing a heavy blizzard to point that it is comical and life threatening. You seldom die due to hot weather because you can just open the window and have some water to keep dehydrated. In the cold, you will die!!! and even with all that padding, if your body temperature does not increased, or warm up, you probably die still.

Oh the horror.

I loved the dry cool Seoul weather, but the temperature dropped to a -12 Celsius and that is just bone chilling. I felt that I could withstand it, if I had a proper jacket. The one I had on seemed perfect for fall or something.

Maybe all this hate is due to that travel euphoria that just died. Ergh..Now I am getting ready to buy a house and already I felt the pinch. I guess I have to live in my parents home. I don't want to. It's time to spread my wings. There are just something I just don't want to be responsible too.

Really grown up right...

Ergh..

Who knows right, It's still to hot as I am typing and I think my wrist is busted or something

My final erghhh


Sunday, February 15, 2015

I plan to move into my own house soon, at least when I think I will be doing it. As of writing, I still haven't finished with the loan. I think I am going to list down things that needs to be buy for me to fully enjoy my home. It's kinda scary actually. I am buying a really expensive home relative to my pay. It's about MYR 255k. That seemed expensive but in reality it's the cheapest home among a group of colleagues that are buying houses at the same time too. So I like to fantasize a lot, so I am going to plan what are the things I think I need to have in my house when I plan to live there on my own. These are literally the basics. I plan to shop at two places which is SenQ and Ikea.SenQ is nice because there is a extra warranty of the products, so its a better piece of mind for me. Maybe Ikea won't be on my list because I do think the stuff there is relatively expensive, but we will see

Kitchen

Fridge RM 1,300
Stove RM 200
Microwave  RM 200
Oven Toaster RM 100
Rice Cooker RM 100
Washing machine RM 1300

Living room

TV RM 1000

Bathroom

Heater RM 500


Bedroom

AC RM 1600

Those are excluding fans, light fixtures and grills
Ceiling fans should cost me around RM 150 each, I suspect I will be needing at least 2. One for the master bedroom and the other one for the living room. Maybe I will add another one for the dining area, but who knows.
The grill to cover my windows and front doors should set me back around RM 5k. I'll think I will leave about RM 3k for lights or less. Just simple light fixtures. I plan to keep the house relatively basic. I might opt out for a basic kitchen top, but who knows, if I don';t have enough money, I won't do it, if the it annoys my eyes a lot I might just do

Now lets go to Ikea and find out how much I can spend. I might have trouble here, because Ikea dos not deliver to Nilai. So lets just pick up pieces that I know can't fit in my future car.


Bedroom

Bed RM 300
Mattress RM 1000
Sheets RM 200
Pillow RM 200
Closet and Cupboard RM500

Living room

Couch RM 1500
Small table  RM 30

Dining

Tables RM 300
Chairs, RM 100

Kitchen

Lol..none maybe... use some banquet tables or something...

My romanticized version of moving in is my house will only need to have

Fridge,
Stove
Mattress
Hanging rack

This would cost me around 3k? That is the minimum amount, that I could definitely live day by day, the rest of the stuff can be bough slowly and surely.

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

So much on my mind

There is just so much on my mine, that there is nothing left in it. I just got back from a wonderful vacation and thank goodness for an extra two day off so that I can readjust myself. Sudden;y everything is just so irradiating. I swear to god, I might just punch someone. I am feeling a bit off, not sure why. I just want to sit in my room and listen to sad songs.

Maybe the high from that overseas trip just brought me down to earth hard. Maybe, or I am just being a little bitch. At least one thing is for sure, I did something new with my messy room. I finally found use for my Ikea lamp that I bought years ago.

This new laptop that I bought using credit, has a red on black keyboard. This little shit is almost invisible in my room. I almost regret not getting the MSI tablet because even though it is more expensive with a slightly lower graphic card, the damn thing has a lighted keyboard. Just like those expensive Macbook computers.

This laptop is only 2999 MYR, you can't even get a Macbook Pro with that money, but you do get the 11inch 128gb Macbook Air. I guess if you are just typing, surfing Internet and watching movies, it should be fine. However I wanted something more.,

Ah well, no point in crying over spoiled milked. Fake that confidence and soldier on!

Feeling very hot, maybe I will change it, into those LED bulb that does not emit this much heat

Sunday, September 28, 2014

How I removed my Skin Tag

My Skin Tag Removal Story


Well all of that blog post about skin tag and lasers has lead up to this. I was invited by Dr Chen, to try out their new clinic branch at TTDI.


A few years ago I was given a chance to try Fractional CO2 laser at their UOA clinic. It was definitely an experience I will remember. It was done to remove some scars from past acne.
I was again invited to try a procedure with their new Premier Clinic which specialized in Aesthetic treatments.  They have a quite number of treatment choices ranging from lasers, botox, fillers and weight loss treatment. Basically almost everything a Holywood star does to keep them looking like they do, is available here.

I personally don’t have any issues even though I am on the plump size. However after skimming through their website, they actually provided a procedure to remove skin tags. I checked my own neck and yes, there were a few skin tags here and there.

The skin tag procedure actually uses the same CO2 laser machine that was used for my Fractional CO2 laser resurfacing. What a multipurpose machine this is.

I wonder if this is the same machine that was used on me in Wisma UOA


The reason I choose this treatment is because it’s something I need and the result in instantaneous. In addition the recovery time is every swift. Hell yeah, I am going to try this.


Bye bye pesky skin tags
When I tried to Google Map the clinic, it does not actually show itself on the map. If you managed to get the row of shoplots and the Pasar TTDI nearby, you are in the right path. Besides, by the time you drive there, the sign board is actually visible from the road side.
Parking is okay, I mean if you have an appointment, you will get a free parking in front of their clinic, if not, you can just park near the market for like 50 cent an hour.

The front entrance and reception

When you enter the clinic, it looks presentable, it feels like a regular hotel or spa lobby. However, if you just loathed being seen in an Aesthetic clinic, they do have a private waiting room inside, hidden from view, as you wait for your treatments.
No one has to know


Before getting my skin tag removed, I was prepped. They applied some numbing cream to the cleaned area of my neck and the cream is left to do its magic for about half an hour. They do have WIFI, so FB or Tweet while you wait.
My hair was long, so I got hair nets.

Before the procedure, they put on this eye goggles to protect your eyes from the lasers. Since there was numbing cream on, from a scale of 1 to 10 in the pain level, I would say the pain level is about a 2. You feel a bit of heat and some poking. However one thing I did not realized is the smoke from your skin tags vaporizing into this air. I actually laughed at this part because it smelled like ikan masin goring (fried salted fish).

The tool used to apply the lasers

In about 10 minutes the whole procedure was over and I was shown what was removed from my neck. Eeewww.
Eeeww indeed

The advice they gave me was that the area where the skin tag was removed will feel like an ulcer, so I should avoid the sun, chlorine and salt water in that area. So if you sweat, you totally wipe the area dry. That’s about it. No bleeding, not weird marks, it’s just gone. Fantastic
What skin tags? There is barely any marks of its existence

I would definitely recommend this to anyone who wants their Skin Tag removed



Give them a call, sms or FB private message and they will cater to all your questions and needs. You can also visit them at www.premier-clinic.com




CO2 lasers in the medical field

Lasers have been an objection of fascination for some. What I mean by some it is usually sci fi nerds. I mean come who has not wish they could have light sabers or shoot with laser guns. Seemingly harmless light is actually  a beam of death that will either puncture you or cut off your limbs


Dead Rising 3 game play

Violent eh.

Sadly the most violent thing that normal people can do is to place with laser pointers and cause the goal keepers to miss blocking a shot. There is also the boring usage of lasers where your DVD and Blue Ray players plays your movies or games.


However little that people know, that lasers that you see in the movies are actually available to the public. Sort of.

Your local dermatologist or astheticians might actually have lasers at their disposable capable to blow a whole in a wall. A reason not to piss off them off?

CO2 laser was first invented by  Kumar Patel in the USA. The CO2 laser was one of the higheset powere and most efficient lasers that were available. It was one of the most useful in a variety of surgical, industrial and military applications.

Mr laser himself, well at least he pioneered the ones dermatologist uses in clinics.


Fast forward into the future, CO2 laser has been one of the widely used lasers in the cosmetic world. Skin aesthetic clinic such as www.premier-clinic.com use these type of lasers regularlt.  CO2 laser has 10600nm wavelength which is absorbed extremely well by water. Since water makes up most biological tissue, skin respon well to this laser. A CO2 laser will direct short, concentrated pulsating beams of light to the skin and precisely remove skin layers by layers. This procedure is great for a variety of problems such as wrinkles, scars, warts, oil glands and other condition. A very multipurpose laser indeed.  Newer version of lasers uses fractional CO2 that uses short pulsed light energy or continuous light beams that are delivered in scanning pattern to remove thin layers of skin with minimal heat damage.


Fancy

Since the layers of skin are vaporized at a prĂ©cised level, recover time is as short as 2 weeks. Treatments for scar, acne or wrinkle might take a few sessions. However skin tag takes only one session with no bleeding and no major discomfort. Now that is what something all skin tag sufferer want to try is. 

What Are Skin Tags?

When I first the word skin tag, I immediately thought of a price tag on a piece skin, like black market post apocalyptic thing.



Perhaps my mind is a bit too imaginative. However a quick trip to Google search shows that skin tags are pieces of skin than hangs off the skin, kinda like the tag on a shirt. Hmm, quite a straight forward name for a condition.  It’s a benign type of growth of the skin, which means it will not change into anything other than a skin tag. A less glamorous name for skin tag is acrochordon




It usually occurs at places where there is skin to skin friction such as your arm pits, neck, chest and groin. Eeewww.


So why remove a skin tag? Is vanity so important so to you?.  I would slap a person who says that to me. Obviously they don’t have a skin tag to say that. Since the location is a places where either your skin rub against each other or where clothes and jewelry will rub against the skin tag, it will get incredibly annoying and sometimes it irritates the skin, especially when you sweat.

So most people have the skin tags removed. There are a few ways to do this. There is the method of using nail clipper or scissors. Mind you, the skin tag is attached to the skin, so it feels like you are cutting your skin and there will be blood, a lot of blood. In addition there will be scarring at that particular place. I bet you, a lot of people with skin tags have tried this before. Eeewww

Then we have the trusted and tried method of choking the skin tag to death by taking a string and wrap it around the skin tag and leave it on for a few days. What will happen is that, you cut off the circulation of the skin tag and it will fall off, eventually. Eeewww again.

How about a modern take on skin tag removal. Like a futuristic kind of procedure, such as lasers. Lasers are awesome. It’s what comes to my mind when I think of the future.  A concentrated light that will safely remove just the skin tag with out harming the rest of the skin that is done quickly with no blood shed. I had great fun looking at www.premier-clinic.com for some skin tag removal  procedure that is quick and safe.

Now that is awesome


*I tried to google skin tag pictures and I got really disgusted, you guys can go freak your selves out

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Xmen - Days of Future Past, After Credit Scene

I loved the Xmen movies and even more awesome, we get to watch early before the rest of the world. It was fantastic movie and a must for all X men fans. If you forgotten or did not have the time to wait till the credits roll, this is the scene for the next Xmen movie. Try to guess who is the character in the clip


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