Wednesday, April 30, 2008

My Last Fortune Cookie

I have been opening all the fortune cookies in the box, and I am running out of fortune cookies, I found my last fortune cookie in the Cookie Jar.
I need to go out to my friend's Chinese restaurant to get more .
So with this last cookie , it must be very lucky one.
Let's see what my cookie say for you and me.

'' You will be recognized and honored as a community leader" - I guess this is a very tough and a job full of responsibilities. I am not ready to take up a job like this, How about You?

Your lucky numbers 21,27,28,9,17,3

Sunday, April 20, 2008

You are lucky today!!

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Saturday, April 19, 2008

Saturday's Fortune.

A week passed by fast, It is a Saturday weekend again. Nothing much happened in the first 2 weeks of April , except sick for a week, and working ,working everyday. I need to have a relaxing weekend and check what my cookies say.

Today's Cookies

"You will be fortunate in everything" 14,44,31,23,8,28
This is a great one.I hope it comes true. Eventhough, I always felt lucky in a lot of things.Hope for the best, Be Optimistic.

" The eyes believe themselves, the ears believe other people"27,16,37,28,11,13
This should be true with the sayings, "Seeing is believing" We need to open our eyes to see the true rather than listen to what others said. A lot of times, people will not tell the truth, but will add rumours and gossips.

Sunday, April 13, 2008

Beautiful Sunday's Cookie

I has been a little while since I gathered some fortune cookies. Just have been busy working a little. Today is a beautiful Sunday. A little Cool tough, with bright Sunshine. A little breeze in the air, see some kids flying their kites, and it is Spring break here for the school kids, most families had gone to the beach.

Today Cookie said

"You will have many friends when you need them"
How true is this for everyone? Sometimes there are true friends who will stand with you trough all your ups and downs, no matter what. But, how often do we find friends that are there when you most need them? Even though I was away my home country for so many years, I still have a few true friends whom I met since elementary school, who still keep in touch and still remember my birthday every year. These are my real friends in need. The saying goes " A friend in Need is a friend Indeed".

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

April Fools' Day Cookie

April Fools' Day or All Fools' Day, though not a holiday in its own right, is a notable day celebrated in many countries on April 1. The day is marked by the commission of hoaxes and other practical jokes of varying sophistication on friends, enemies and neighbors, or sending them on fools' errands, the aim of which is to embarrass the gullible.
Among some of the well known pranks were:
Alabama Changes the Value of Pi: The April 1998 newsletter of New Mexicans for Science and Reason contained an article written by physicist Mark Boslough claiming that the Alabama Legislature had voted to change the value of the mathematical constant pi to the "Biblical value" of 3.0. This claim originally appeared as a news story in the 1961 science fiction novel Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert A. Heinlein.
Spaghetti trees: The BBC television programme Panorama ran a famous hoax in 1957, showing the Swiss harvesting spaghetti from trees. They had claimed that the despised pest the spaghetti weevil had been eradicated. A large number of people contacted the BBC wanting to know how to cultivate their own spaghetti trees. It was in fact filmed in St Albans.
Left Handed Whoppers: In 1998, Burger King ran an ad in USA Today, saying that people could get a Whopper for left-handed people whose condiments were designed to drip out of the right side. Not only did customers order the new burgers, but some specifically requested the "old", right-handed burger.
Taco Liberty Bell: In 1996, Taco Bell took out a full-page advertisement in The New York Times announcing that they had purchased the Liberty Bell to "reduce the country's debt" and renamed it the "Taco Liberty Bell." When asked about the sale, White House press secretary Mike McCurry replied tongue-in-cheek that the Lincoln Memorial had also been sold and would henceforth be known as the Ford Lincoln Mercury Memorial.
San Serriffe: The Guardian printed a supplement in 1977 praising this fictional resort, its two main islands (Upper Caisse and Lower Caisse), its capital (Bodoni), and its leader (General Pica). Intrigued readers were later disappointed to learn that San Serriffe (sans serif) did not exist except as references to typeface terminology. (This comes from a Jorge Luis Borges story.)[7]
Metric time: Repeated several times in various countries, this hoax involves claiming that the time system will be changed to one in which units of time are based on powers of 10.
Smell-o-vision: In 1965, the BBC purported to conduct a trial of a new technology allowing the transmission of odor over the airwaves to all viewers. Many viewers reportedly contacted the BBC to report the trial's success. This hoax was also conducted by the Seven Network in Australia in 2005.[9] In 2007, the BBC website repeated an online version of the hoax.
'Movie Guru's Gotcha" Starting in 1992 movie companies began to hold back all movies that came out on April Fool's day. Due to the fact that April Fool's in not always on Tuesday this has only occurred twice.[citation needed]
Tower of Pisa: The Dutch television news reported once in the 1950s that the Tower of Pisa had fallen over. Many shocked people contacted the station.
Write Only Memory: Signetics advertised Write Only Memory IC databooks in 1972 through the late 1970s.[12]
The Canadian news site announced in 2002 that Finance Minister Paul Martin had resigned "in order to breed prize Charolais cattle and handsome Fawn Runner ducks."
Here are some April Fools Day Cookies:

'' You are not going to take a vacation "- 33 29 30 26 11 34

" A unsurprise treat awaits you" -41,31,11,33,32,21

" Working Hard will make you live an unhappy life " 2,3,14,42,43,28