Thursday, September 08, 2011


Oh yes, I'm doing movie reviews too.  But Hangover I and II is positive about prostitution without saying it.  They were filmed in Vegas and Bangcock after all.

With suspense all the way, Hangover is a movie worth watching.  Critics say Hangover II is not as good, or bad, but it's always difficult to make a better one.  It's a lot easier to make another one.  If you are a fan of Hangover, the sequel is not that bad.

First of all, you can really drive LV to LA is 3 hours or under.  Check.  If you have a reliable car that don't shake at high speed, and you are prepared to pay fines.  Just don't push your luck too much right around the city edges, and at some well known black spots, you will be fine.

In the sequel, the team says that they lost one of their own to Bangkok.  It doesn't mean that the guy got lost, killed by enemies, kidnapped or whatever.  It means that somehow the city swallowed him in one on it's many ways.  Check.  I got the same feeling after "one night in Bangkok".  Even though I booked non-nonrefundable hotel for a couple more days, I called the taxi and boarded my original flight before I changed my mind.  I was stranded somewhere before.  Not anything dangerous but  I have to waited for a week before I can fly home.  At the time I already sold my camera, my credit card haven't got a lot in it, I have only one card, and no body else know where I was.  I was also afraid that I was losing my mind at the land of smiles.

The Dentists says, "I fight my daemons.  I went to hell and come back."  It wasn't a great speech, but I understand what he is supposed to say.

In a recent study, 40% of EU people have mental disorder, depending how broad you define mental disorder.  That reinforces my dating theory.  Say a person can be characterized by dozens of "dimensions", for example, philosophy competence.  Each dimension has an ideal point, say understand how logic works.  Then most people have something wrong in one way or the other.  And that's normal.  You can't put two people together that are fundamentally against each other's characteristics.

Everybody have some daemons.  I wouldn't say I confront them, fight them, but I face them and manage them.  Given in to temptations.  Check.  I still have fond memories of my beginner's luck visiting prostitutes.  Sex with TS.  Check.  Mine are all beautiful, I wasn't drunk and I didn't regret it.  Battle with international criminals.  Check.  I can't even tell you about it.  Brush with drug dealers.  Check.  I could have taken to jail, charged with possession or even dealing, depending on what they found in my car that didn't belong to me.  I am totally innocent but I could be punished for totally stupid to let a teenage courier/pusher into my car and speed away from the police. 

If you look at those so called anti-prostitution feminists, they probably all have strong daemons.  A photo of the chief looked like she's a failed specimen of evolution.  She's totally unattractive to the opposite sex (I can't tell about the other), and she's proud of it.  Evolution is about passing on your DNA.  The mechanism is sex and the bottom-line is that you have to be attractive to the opposite sex.  Age isn't the problem.  You don't have to look repelling irrespective of age.

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