Monday May 23, 2011

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Geez. I logged onto the site just to say I got a new book called Cyclonopedia, and got stuck redoing my profile. Been a long time since I took a look at it. I thought I took myself far too seriously back then.

Cyclonopedia is probably the most experimental novel you'll read this year. I've only gone through the first couple of chapters...
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blacksmithphoto:

I love your profile pic, would like to see a set based on that one. Dirty with the great lighting. Keep up the good work

allyourbase80:

Wow, you are gorgeous. love the dirty look on your profile!

Monday Nov 02, 2009

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Wow! My site here has been dead for years, dear me. What happened was I tried to make some new sets 3 years ago while I was with my ex, and he's an awesome photographer, but he did everything quite slowly and painfully, which isn't a good idea if you are trying to generate an SG set of about 100 +++ photos to be...
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radmonkey:

hope you post again someday. Just discovered you through a list of Asian SGs someone in the Asian group compiled. I checked out 2 and they were gone. Now you! Come back! smile

gujsel:


happy happy happy happy birthday to you !!!!a lots of hugs have marvellous day !!!

From zpecimen

Lychees, is by far the most sensual set I've seen around here.
It eroticism springs from every pore of your skin.

Congratulations on such a spectacular job.

wow is asome find you.. i love singapure and i didnt know aboy a sg there.. youre so sexy and cute so.. nice to meet you.. i hope be in contac wink
xoxo
Discoquette robot

Friday May 04, 2007

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gujsel:

wow sweety welcome back ..how are you ..very very cute video i like it ....have a great weekend.... kiss kiss kiss kiss kiss kiss kiss kiss

dot:

new set...please!

Friday Apr 27, 2007

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Hey there!

I'm so sorry I have not been blogging and I have not had a set in nearly 1.5 years now. Trust me, I feel really guilty about it, but 3 rejected sets in a row don't do much for my desire to try again so soon. I am looking for a new photographer, so. My boyfriend is good, but he...
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idgas:

You and your blog entries have been missed. You are a very gifted writer.

tigereyes:

good luck in art school seems fun
life can take you away from this lol

Friday Dec 15, 2006

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I was shooting at this amazing apt cum office last night. Was there from midnight till 8 in the morning, mostly waiting around
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scizzorhand:


I dont think you could take a bad photo. Your shoots are fantastic. much appreciation.
love

linds:

I used to read all your blogs - though I wasn't much for commenting - I see you've got a lot of friends only posts though now, are you accepting friends requests?

Santianna is as intelligent & articulate as she is deliciously beautiful. She is original & unique... & her free-spirited thinking is an inspiration to all who dare to strive to be real.

Friday Sep 08, 2006

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I dreamt about a very beautiful boy that I used to know when I was a child (I haven't seen him since I was 10). He was quite tall and lean in the dream, and got tricked into having "I'm a drunk, I'm a loser, I want to rape you, I want to fuck you" tattooed across his torso He was also...
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ambientlight:

Very tripazoidal dream, filled with some very meaningful imagery. I am tempted to offer interpetation, but I won't, except to say this... that even in the midst of revulsion you can express compassion, even if it is just a dream. Hmmm...

I wish Richard an upswing in his buisness... buisness is prone to cycles of vacilation. I hope his looks up soon.

As far as the state goes... I think it is the function of any government or societal entity to complicate the simple, through interference & intrusion. Good luck with all that, 'cause governments are under the impression that it is their right, nay their duty... to fuck with our lives.

mingol:

This is Singapore - it's the government's business to interfere in everyone's personal affairs! tongue

You've described your dream beautifully. It made me a little sad to read it. I found myself relating to the guy. A lot of people I know seem to be posting about strange dreams these days.

Tuesday Aug 15, 2006

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Arse, Arse, and fucking double arse.

I haven't had loadsa time to blog and keep up with general internet activities lately cuz school just started.

I spent the whole day animated a sausage. It's quite funny. I'll load it on You Tube and post it in a mo.

In the meantime. I posted the following blog on my other (more local) site...
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ambientlight:

It's funny... you & I come from very different perspectives, yet arrive at similar conclusions. For the record, I'm into an obscure school of Taoist Mysticism. In this view the supreme state of being is not a god, a person or an identifyable entity... call it the collective conciousness of the universe, not an entirely accurate summation of my view but will suffice for this commentary. This said... I believe that spirituality is simply cultivating a relationship with life. Kept in this perspective, reverance & meditation can culitvate an appreciation for life, it's extremely wonderful processes, & help us discover meaning & beauty in this wonderful playground we call life. However when ideas become institutionalized & pronounced as "truth", this is where our problems arise. Religion is like politics... it's about power, dominance & monopoly... & woe unto those who dare an original or independant thought. Now while Eastern Faiths (for the most part) are more celebrant of diverse views & regard all spiritual paths (or even atheistic views) as viable, the Abrahamic Religions have throughout history committed heinous crimes against humanity in order to force all into submission or aquiesence to their particular views.

But what I think is ironic... is that religion is supposed to teach us compasion & respect. Yet most of the advances in human freedom come from secular sources. Woman's rights, childrens rights, racial equality & animal welfare have usually been championed by secularists or religious renegades. But the religious institutions have always stood in the way of this progress, often using (or misusing)their doctines to enforce inequality & oppression. Further, it is my impression that these institutions create environments of poverty & dispair in order for them to display "compassion" for the unfortunate. If there were no poverty & hunger, how could they have an opportunity to display their compassion?

If I were tempted to endorse one true religion, it would be sex. Whoever doesn't believe that, simply isn't doing it right. Archeology shows that sex is both the first act & object of worship. It cultivates bonding & tenderness, an intuitional communion with our partner(s) & can take us to heights of ecstacy that is considered the religious experience. It opens us to naked experience & exploration, encouraging a childlike spirit of play. But you see, sex is the path of direct experience & is as natural as breathing, which is why it scares religion so much. If we can access this experience, this ecstasy independently... well then what use is religion, what use are clergy? If we all find our connection with life on our own, then all these proffessional religious "leaders" will have to get real jobs... instead of making a living bilking ignorant believers out of their hard earned money in a pathetic attempt to buy that stairway to heaven.

minceir:

I was talking to a girl in iran a few months ago, and she was saying that the Majority of those who claim to be Muslim are not while a few small tribes do adhere to the islamic belief. such as the Zoroastrians. which is scary! Just like Christianity, those who claim to be christian may only be in name never in deed but those who claim nothing but there belief and faith are more so to believe if not furtively.

Friday Jul 14, 2006

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Previous Fallacies on Art and Religion and Science
July 14th, 2006

Oh God. Ive been invited to go onto channel U for some teens and sex talk show, AGAIN. Dont these people get it? Dont they get how ignorant and supid it all is. You cant just generalize all people under 20 to be teenagers with similar levels of maturity, and you cant just generalize...
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ambientlight:

I personally think that the fact that you have "slept with so many people" would lend you more credibility discussing sexuality. But most people tend to be rather timid about actual explorations of their sexuality. I teach yoga & meditation... & give sexual counseling through that practice. But I tend to avoid being too public in order to avoid various types of harrassment... especially as our sessions involve social nudity.

I commend you for being willing to put yourself out there so publicly... from past entries I'm of the impression you do this in order to be an influence for change & growth in your society. But you have been misquoted, had phrases edited out of context & publicly denegrated... is it worth it? How do the potential benefits wiegh against consequences of public purtiritanical scrutiny? Is there another way... a way you can be a discreet influnce in your culture & still remain true to your nature... live the life of your choosing, free from harrassment?



What religion & science have in common is that they are both human attempts to decipher Life's mysteries... science through experimentation, religion through myth. Religion is less about exploring the nature of spirituality, but more an indicator as to the evolution (or lack of same) of human thought & culture. What I find interesting is that Christianity's attempts to repress the works of Coperincus, Galileo & DaVinci etc... were to enforce views based not on Biblical Canon, but on the teachings of Aristotle (a pagan) & his cosmological views (which were completely wrong by the way). While science (in general) seeks to gather new knowledge to expand on current understandings... religion (again in general) simply seeks to reaffirm it's already preconceive conclusions, disregarding & sometimes viciously repressing all that contradicts established dogma.

But one of the great failings of science had been its attempts to reduce the universe to discernable immutable laws as demonstrated by the works of Newton... this tendancy was remedied with the advent of Quantum Physics. QP recognizes that we can only interpet probabilities & possibilies & that the results to our inquiries are conditioned by our relative perspective & intent. I love the works of Einstein & I am intrigued with the current developements in String Theory... what is inherent in both is the awe & wonder in the intricate & magestic workings of the universe (or omniverse). Einstein was in as much in awe of his own ability to explore the Quantum Universe as he was the Universe itself. He was like a child frolicing in the "quantum playground"... a playground filled with infinite possibilities!

This is what religion has lost...

gofuserectus:

i dont find you morally corrupt at all!! great journal. i like your thinking!! kiss surreal love whatever eeek