Looks set to be a good game that will keep me occupied for sometime. If Battlefield 1942 works, I don't have to bother about my graphics card, and I can save up for a decent one. And this also teaches us all a lesson. Don't talk big before actually trying it out. Right Ben? ;D
Dad and I went to Plaza Singapura while my aunt, mom, first aunt and pesky brother went to see the tenants. Dad insisted on Carrefour while I was adamant on Yamaha.
Dad: You're also not going to buy anything there. Don't waste your time lah.
Me: What, are you going to get something from Carrefour?
Dad: Yes!... Don't talk to me like that, make me fed up......
Look who's talking. So we went our separate ways in the end, which naturally prove to be a better time for me. Went to all the quirky shops and even the Bose Sound Systems showroom. I was tempted to buy a Detective Conan bookmark, it was only fifty cents. But I resisted. Ommmmmm...
Got to Yamaha... Was going on a whim that there might be conductor batons there since it was such a big showroom. And turns out there was! So I got myself a lovely.......
Fresh from Germany
All the pianos I tried, even the softer-touch ones, were not sensitive enough for me to tap my scales. But I played full force on the silent piano, and hey, if you have $8000 to spare, my birthday is on the 28th of August.
No really, it's good. Beautiful reproduction of the piano timbre. Pity the grand piano room was closed. And the present batch of Clavinovas totally kick ass. It's simply elegant. 28th August people. And don't get me the Japanese version...
After that went over to the guitar side and saw some brilliant colours (including a royal bright blue 5-string bass) and some sleek electrics too. Of course just hanging on the other side are the worst designs I have ever seen. If you can't copy Warlocks and Ironbirds properly please please don't bother trying.
After the others were done we went to Paradiz Centre, to Juju's Hokkaido Hot Pot, just next to the famous Tao's Fusion. Good.
orchestrated by Renhao at 9:24:00 pm
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