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Happy birthday Tiggy

23 August 2006 - 06:43 AM

that's right, Mister Tristan. I said this yesterday, but that wasn't official


HAPPY BIRTHDAY MISTAH TIGGY!!

right. Well, now that you're 18, you can buy cigarettes. At least when you cross the border to America
I'm not sure about Canada

today is awesome :]

16 September 2005 - 01:11 PM

today is the day where my dad is gonna come home for a visit from China!! HOORAH ^^

I haven't seen him since

..May? April? I don't know.. the last major China holiday that office people get a big break from xDD;; I guess

hoorah!!









.................................OMG NOOOOOOOO ;_; when my dad comes home that means a party!... that means Stephy! THAT MEANS PICTURES 0.0

................well I have a camera too if she takes a picture of me I take a lot of her ;)


MUAHAHAHAHAHHAAHHAAHHAHA

=DD

HOORAH! >^0^<

12 September 2005 - 04:51 PM

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I beat MineSweeper! About time :] (( and yes, it's the expert mode! >^0^< ))


AHAHAHHAHAHAA BEAT THAT, RYAN!! AHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH


yes, Wendy and Truong and Tiana and Kaneee already know they're my special buddies :] and whoever reads the thing below your name thing on MSN, yes.. whoever read that :]

I feel so proud

anyone else beat it before?

**WARNING**

11 September 2005 - 04:56 PM

MAJOR SCAM: Don't respond to Emails, phone calls, or web pages which tell you to call an "809" area Phone Number. This is a very important issue of Scam Busters because it alerts you to a scam that is spreading *extremely* quickly, can  easily cost you $2400 or more, and is difficult to avoid unless you are aware of it.  We'd like to thank Verizon for bringing this scam to our attention. This scam has also been identified by the National Fraud Information Center and is costing victims a lot of money.  There are lots of different permutations of this scam.

HERE'S HOW IT WORKS: You will receive a message on your answering
machine or your pager, which asks you to call a number beginning with area
code 809. The reason you're asked to call varies. It can be to receive information about a family member who has been ill, to tell you someone has-been arrested, died, to let you know you have won a wonderful prize,etc. In each case, you are told to call the 809 number right away. Since there are so many new area codes these days, people unknowingly return these calls. If you call from the US or Canada, you will apparently be charged $2425 per-minute. Or, you'll get a long recorded message The point is,they will try to keep you on the phone as long as possible to increase the
charges. Unfortunately, when you get your phone bill, you'll often be charged more than $24,100.00.


WHY IT WORKS: The 809 area code is located in the British Virgin Islands (The Bahamas). The 809 area code can be used as a "pay-per-call" number, similar to 900 numbers in the US or Canada . Since 809 is not in the US or in Canada, it is not covered by U.S./Cdn regulations of 900 numbers, which require that you be notified and warned of charges and rates involved when you call a pay-per-call" number.  There is also no requirement that the company provide a time period during which you may terminate the call without being charged. Further, whereas many U.S. & Canadian homes that have 900 number blocking to avoid these kinds of charges, do not work in preventing calls to the 809 area code.

We recommend that no matter how you get the message, if you are asked to call a number with an 809 area code that you don't recognize, just disregard the message. Be wary of e-mail, or calls, asking you to call an 809 a real code number. It's important to prevent becoming a victim of this scam, since trying to fight the charges afterwards can become a real nightmare. That's because you did actually make the call. If you complain, both your local phone company and your long distance carrier will not want to get involved and will most likely tell you that they are simply providing the billing for the foreign company. You'll end up dealing with a foreign company that argues they have done nothing wrong. Please forward this entire
message to your friends,  family and colleagues to help them become aware of this scam.


credits : wflforums

watch out ^_^

I have actually gotten one of these calls >< lucky for my mom (( and me =P )) I don't return calls I don't know xD

You know what I hate?

29 August 2005 - 04:00 PM

you know what I hate? MineSweeper ;_;

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2 frickin' off... ><

sure, I play it a lot now.... but it's my number one goal to beat it.. and I'm getting pretty close x]]

btw, I got earrings on Friday :D

btw2, happy birfday, Future ;)