thursday. it is very sunny again. 1°C. so cold.

i went out to get disinfectants and groceries. at 7.55am. lolololol. the city looks dead and there were notices on almost every shops/restaurants that they’re closing because of the virus outbreak, but some restaurants do takeouts. can’t wait for my döner fix on Saturday! i was with a friend and then a police car appeared behind us and we quickly distanced ourself cos we’re supposed to be at least 1.5m apart. hahahhaahahhaa. that was funny.

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well, it’s not just the health and social issue, since stock markets crashed too. and of course it could affect politics. behold the coronavirus. i want to grow up to be like it too.

this is. a masterpiece. weird and engaging enough to keep people reading, and somehow it manages to pack some wisdom in it. i don’t really know how to describe this piece but maybe this: another way to think about the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak 

how are Italians coping during the quarantine. it’s a heartwarming read. i coped today by making gnocchi from scratch. it’s quite satisfying but i ain’t making another batch again anytime soon

 

monday. Malaysia. well at least i can still sweat

apparently it’s gonna snow in Aachen!!! physiotherapy is getting tougher and tougher, the knee feels like it’s back to square one after every session.

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a lot of women used to use arsenic to kill their husbands. for some reason i regard serial killers who killed with poison to be in another category than other serial killers, like their killings bring less weight cos their hands weren’t dirty. gosh for a squeamish person i sure do like gruesome details. 

someone wrote “How To Murder Your Husband” then might have really murdered her husband

some cold hard truths about the workplace. well well well

someone took the MIT poker course and went to play a tournament. mathematics is everywhere hmm. still don’t get poker but very interesting.

a piece of philosophy that proves that we cannot always be sure about what we think we know. i actually thought this was a kind of common sense and this article delves deeper than my thinking about the matter

Sunday. Puchong, Malaysia. HOTTTTT

ive been home since Tuesday and it has been a hectic few days meeting up with people. i barely had time for myself so it’s nice to spend a chill Sunday home. home has changed so much. the air sucks and i’m having a constant allergy reaction. 

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sexuality isn’t black and white anymore. asexuality should deserve some more attention too though

about a fake doctor that seems to have gone to painful lengths to literally forge his career

Sunday. Aachen. SUNny DAY.

in a week i wouldn’t be here anymore! haven’t had much time to myself in the past week because of parties (yeah, exams isn’t even over yet) and im doing an intensive French course that ends on Tuesday with a test. then another test on Thursday and i’ll be gone..for about four weeks.

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curious as to what got nominated in this year’s Oscars which is happening in a few hours‽ only watched The Incredibles 2 so im rooting for that

 

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there’s a Chrome extension that would help you learn a new foreign language

surprised to see the Malaysian flag on the list of countries where college is free. haha. i didnt know that. because it doesn’t tell the full story. anyway, why is college in the USA so expensive??‽!!!!!! [comic]

i might write “The Shameless Cowboy’s Runaway Wife”, a romance novel

Wednesday.

woke up with allergies. i seem to have a lot of problems now

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history websites. weird that im interested in history now

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the mystery of a stolen painting that was found after the suspects have died

wow. so people don’t just use tax haven countries to avoid legal financial responsibilities but also environmental responsibilities. this is bad

“Contrary to the national football team, the German economy did not have a rude awakening at the start of the summer,” AND THEY SAY GERMANS HAVE NO HUMOUR. anyway i don’t understand 80% of the article because im economics-illiterate 

ahahahahaha wtf Paris

“Germans care about the environment about as much as their beer” so they’re running out of beer bottles

the physical and the mental are connected