Passionate about people, a good listening ear and a smiles a lot (as you can see in my answers from time to time). Interested in social sciences (psychology in particular), human behaviour, dreams and relationships. Also on my fav. list are food & drinks, wordplay, poetry/literature, etiquette, global warming and chemistry. No question is a stupid question, but it's always nice to think before you ask. : )
The things that you can see
But not touch
Slipping through your clutch
The music that you heard ringing in your ears
Once before, never again
Carried away by the wind
Now down the drain
The smell that lingered by your nose
Tingled your inner beings
Swiftly dispersed into nothingness
The taste of you at the tip of my tongue
Arousing all my other senses
Fading away by the day
Nothing lasts forever
Do not say "I'll love you till the end of time"
Because I'll ask "What happens at the end?"
Love is not evergreen
Or as unchanging as the sea
The devine trinity of Fate, Destiny and Chance
Guides along our lives
Alongside, never running ahead of us
When things go down the darker side,
You call it Fate
When a special one enters your life,
You call it Destiny
When things appear less certain,
You call it Chance
So distinct the Three and yet so indistingushable
When we're caught in the midst of it ourselves
"Come what may"
Time will take care of things, it always does2 AnswersPoetry1 decade ago
I downloaded Y!M 8, tried to sign in but was stopped with a message that says "Yahoo! Messenger can't connect".
I'm given a few options of network connections but none works. Suggestions? Please?! I use LAN and turned off my Firewall settings, tried, but still unable to sign in.
Someone asked if Y!M conflicts with MSN...I have MSN, would that be a problem?3 AnswersPreferences and Settings1 decade ago
Occasionally I'd add a bit of milk and/or sugar, but I always feel even more thirsty after having tea. It doesn't happen if I have coffee.4 AnswersNon-Alcoholic Drinks1 decade ago
Assuming that the number N of concert tickets which can be sold at a price of P dollars per ticket is a linear function N (P) for 10 <_ P <_ 40. Determine N (P) if N (10) = 500 and N (40) = 0. What is the decrease delta N in the no. of tickets sold if the price is increased by delta P = $5?2 AnswersMathematics1 decade ago
Suppose that two fair dice have been tossed and the total of their top faces is found to be divisible by 5 (in this case, it is either 5 or 10). What is the probability that both of them have landed 5?
Is the answer (1/6) x (1/6) = (1/36)? If not, please tell me why.
Thanks!4 AnswersMathematics1 decade ago
Suppose that 40% of the people in a community drink or serve white wine, 50% drink or serve red wine, and 70% drink or serve red or white wine. What percentage of the people in this community drink or serve both red and white wine?
Please explain the rationale too in your ans. I'd like to understand, not just get an ans, thanks a lot!3 AnswersMathematics1 decade ago