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Mr & Mrs Smith

Watch Mr & Mrs Smith at GV Jurong Point. Show lasted for around 2 hours. It was funny, worth the watch but as to all action movies the stars always get away unhurt from bullet shots flying around them and when they fire 1 shot and the enemy is dead. My favourite phrase in the movie got to be “Honey, your aiming is as bas as your cooking”. ROFL

Mos burger came out with a new burger something like the Rice Burger, just that they replace the rice with vegetable (lettuce). Available in 3 favours (Teriyaki Chicken, Fish and Beef). No idea what they call it in English, but I call it Vegetable Burger.

Sony Ericsson K750i was officially launched on 9th June 2005. Hope to get it by the end of the year with the new CCD camera version instead of the current CMOS camera.

Nokia launches another 7 new phones at the Nokia Live Connect 2005. Models are 2125, 2255, 6265, 6060 [1], 6111 [2], 6270 [3], 6280 [4]. Can’t find any information on the official Nokia website, so the link is to an unofficial site.

Sony Ericsson launches another 4 new phones at Pre-CommunicAsia 2005 Product Launch. Models are J210i [5], Z520i [6], K608i [7], S600i [8].

Some quick facts copied and paste from LiXiang’s website:

Do you know ‘The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog’ phrase, normally used for testing font types, font sizes and text positioning, contains all alphabets A-Z?

Do you know the origins of ‘a.m.’ and ‘p.m.’? These abbreviations represent the Latin phrases ante/post meridiem, which mean ‘before/after midday’.

Do you know what comes after once, twice, thrice? These three are the only words of their type, and no further terms in the series have ever existed.

Do you know data is singular or plural? Strictly speaking, data is the plural of datum, and should be used with a plural verb (like facts).