Wednesday, September 26, 2007

I Been Tagged #5

I got a tag from Grace Thanks for the tag, it's cute and funny. hahaha. Before I answer this tag, I will tag thiamthin, Jacky, Wilson, Simple. Okay, this tag has a little instruction to follow.

Instruction: I will tag you a Question And Post your answer on your website/blog. After that you make another question and tag it to other bloggers. Got it? Let's get it on!

Here is my answer of this Question from Grace

Q from Grace : Do you believe you can explain what TRUE LOVE is? If you believe, then explain it.

A from Jess : I don't know what is true love is. But I know for fact it is something that would make your heart beat faster, getting nervous or even acting silly. I never in love. Love is tough and deep. It just make you turn to another person (sometimes) Maybe I will in love one day, maybe ..... O.o

My Question to you.

Q from Jess : If you know you gonna be dead by tomorrow night, what would be the last thing you wanna do? If you only have 3 month to live, who you wanna spent time with?

Taxing City Life

Living in New York is hard enough - combative even - so when the city doesn't function as it should, like during the taxi strike earlier this month, it's painful for everyone. New York could be expensive when it comes to everything easy and fun. You can't afford cigarettes or taxi anymore. Might as well walk outside and inhale the toxic fumes. I look at it as the new nicotine.

Monday, September 24, 2007

911 Truth Movement.

Something about me since I came back. First of all would be my living conditions. Well, I move out from my dad house and I live by myself in Queens, New York City. Pretty nice neighborhood though that you can imagine. Cheap rent and convenient to buses and train. But one thing sucks about it is I don't have a cable! No internet in my house until I go and get one.
Second thing that kind off keep me busy lately is I joined the 911 truth movements for 5 days in New York City. So question here, what is 911 truth?

This is the home of 911 Truth NY and WeAreChange. We are a community-based group commited to educating the public on the facts and circumstances of 9/11 through meetings, outreaches, and demonstrations. We meet every Saturday at Ground Zero, 1-4pm (weather permitting) on the corner of Church and Fulton Street.

9/11 Truth is bi-partisan and transcends barriers of political
affiliation, race, creed, culture, social and economic status.

Who is Change?
"We are CHANGE. We are about education, motivation and activation. We do not know all of the answers, but we seek to redefine and reinvigorate the distribution of information. We recognize that the world does not function through a left/right paradigm, but a top/down hierarchy that threatens to destroy free society as we know it. As students of history we recognize the perils of continued globalization and it's deceptive philosophy. Privatization does not equal progress."

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

What is Relationship?

I've been thinking lately, down to the earth, what is the definition for a relationship? or even dating? Some random thoughts just stuck in my mind and make me doubt that there isn't real commitment exist. I ran into different situation that made me thought that I might get a chance, maybe there's something inside, but turns out is wasn't. For girls, have you been dreaming if one day there is a shinny knight or whatever prince come to you and kiss your forehead and say good night? For guys, have you been dreaming when you walk to the street one day, there's a charming lady smile at you and say "hi stranger"? I mean. We all have dream, we had dream of fantasy. But is that gonna come true? The right one for you? I don't know. I just been thinking a lot lately ... ... random thoughts ...

Everybody knows that making a relationship work is more than just going out on a few dates together. You have to have a balance of respect, trust, and honesty.

The decisions you make about your relationships matter a lot - both in the short-term and in the long-term. Don't forget to add your feedback - I want to know what your relationship reality is!

Friday, September 7, 2007

The Day I met Mr. Polar Bear - Bronx Zoo

On Wednesday 5st, I went to Bronx Zoo with my friend,
Elena (The blogger Lena's Rant).

We took a bus up there, the Q44, all the way to the zoo from Flushing main street. It was a sunny day tho, nice and warm. What a great day to see Mr. Polar Bear. It was donation day on Wednesday, so we got in free. Well, unless you gonna make a donation, it might cost you few bucks. :P We bought the zoo pass and ride on monorail, skyline, shuttle and all those things for free. How wonderful is it. So we entered the zoo and went through the exhibits. The Butterfly House was fun, especially for me since my blog is butterfly theme. Butterfly House, though, the butterflies are used to people gawking at them. So they didn’t mind me getting up close to take their photos. Two even took a break from flying on me! It’s hard to take a closeup shot of a butterfly on your upper arm, though.

We also saw the gorillas. I think this might have been mine rite part. I love. This one gorilla approached the glass dividing the gorilla habitat from the human section. She laid down and rested a foot and arm on the glass. One of the other zoo visitors touched the glass and the gorilla moved her hand over to cover the woman’s hand. The woman tapped the glass and the gorilla tapped back. It was quite interesting. (I joked that the gorilla must be thinking “Boy, what a great human exhibit we have here.”)
We also went on the Wild Asian Safari monorail, walked through the bears exhibit, saw the giraffes and even walked through the Children’s Zoo. As we were nearing the end of the Children’s Zoo, Still it stayed nice long enough for us to have a very nice visit. I’d recommend visiting the Bronx Zoo to anyone, but especially if you have little kids. It’s one thing to see all of the animals. It’s quite another to have a toddler next to you in sheer awe over the fact that a gorilla is right in front of him. As for photos, I was able to take quite a few photos. But that’s mainly because the monorail didn’t really stop moving long enough for my camera to take decent photographs. Well, we went on and see Mr. Polar Bear and Mr. Goat. They are so adorable. Oh God, I must come over again the winter time. I'm gonna miss my Mr. Polar Bear.

Monday, September 3, 2007

Free Hugs in Times Square, NYC

I did Free Hugs in Times Square, New York City, and it was the best experience of my life! I encourage everybody to do it, because you honestly gain so much from it. There are a few negative people who may not understand the concept and think you are a crazy creep, but to see dozens and dozens of people smile and laugh is just incredible.

I had one lady come up to me who was from Brazil and celebrating her wedding anniversary with her husband. She had tears in her eyes and said what I was doing was beautiful. I will never forget them for as long as I live.
Free Hugs is a brilliant idea, and the message you are sending people when you do it, whether they hug you or just laugh at you from the side, lasts a lifetime.
Keep it in mind. Everyone deserve a hug, to feel better :) Peace ~