Saturday, September 27, 2008


...the mainland China. There must be something wrong with their country this year. Remember the earthquake that has left 10,000,000 people homeless? Now, it’s their contaminated milk that has sickened 53,000 children.


Friday, September 19, 2008

Monetary Pharmacology (a metaphor)

I’ve been receiving plenty of emails for the past two days regarding my previous post—Occupational Medicine (I wonder why the readers don’t just leave their comment in my blog page). Lots of friends out there are quite curious about the dosage of Au$ in the treatment of the Chook-minder’s Malady. So I decided to update my previous blog entry. While doing it however, I had noticed that the ‘Treatment section’ of my article was becoming more and more complicated because of the complexities involved with Au$ as a drug of choice for the said condition. With this, I have come up with another medically-inspired literature entitled: Monetary Pharmacology (a metaphor).

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

'Occupational Medicine'

(a medical literary attempt)

…the chook-minder’s friends may think he is suffering from dysthymia because of the unusual social inactivity after work…
…diagnosis is usually based on the signs and symptoms as well as the response of the patient to the given treatment…
…a good night kiss is a well-known and widely-used tranquilizer and emollient, especially if applied after rubbing an effective traditional liniment on affected body parts through a very relaxing massage from a loved one…

Discover the Chook-minder’s ‘Occupational Medicine!’

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Fantastic Reality

…fairy tales aren’t just about fantasies, fairy tales are actually revealing the realities in life! This is, indeed, a Fantastic Reality!