Aug 15, 2007

Friberty Day!

I remember seeing my Film and MCS lecturer (the one that was in CLEO's 50 Most Eligible Bachelors) with a bump on his head last semester.

Today, I went back to college to discuss our choices in getting that damn film published.

I looked at him and the first thing that caught my eye was this 2 inch long fresh scar across his forehead.

Hwey: "Aiyo!! What happened to you?!"

Lecturer: *smiley + embarrassed* "I fell..."

That must've been one very bad fall because it looked like he had stitches.

About the Movie Maker Project file that we couldn't publish.

Our conclusion, or rather, recent finding, is that the program is still working.

It's just that at a certain point of the film, we have some heavy effects going on, so that's what causing the conversion to go really slow; increasing the estimated time and keeping the percentage constant.

So what we have to do is keep the thing on.

As for how long, I don't know.

Sigh. The things we do for really cool competitions.

Deng and I were chilling in the staff room waiting for the conversion to finish.

I was sitting in a cubicle, reminiscing the days when I was still working in Crystal Edge, sitting in my little cubicle typing away (real quick).

Sat there for an hour or so but the thing was still converting.

And then I found out that we have !!NO FRIDAY CLASSES!! for this semester.


How come people say "caught my eye" when you have two eyes?

You have been served!


Lesbo-man said...

my theory is... that scar didn't catch your eye laaa.. it was there to be seen. you saw and you stared.. you caught the scar! things that catch your eye would be objects that are shiny or bright that normally appears at the corner of your sight which the other eye cant see..hence it caught your EYE ..hahahhaa lameee

cheahwey said...

Makes sense. But yes, it's kinda lame.