A day to day acount of the whacky and wonderful world of Muggaz - i tend to be having too much fun these days, and often cannot remember moments due to debauchery - its time the internet repayed my loyalty by recording my antics.
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May 18, 2005 by Muggaz
I read in a book a line by one of the main characters – “It is better to care and hurt than have an empty feeling inside.” Caring is not beyond me. I care about people, I care about stuff, but if I can quote a topical figure at the moment, it leads to pain, pain leads to suffering, suffering leads to anger, and anger leads to the dark side.

Perhaps the dark side is clouding my judgement at the moment, and I am consumed with self-preservation, fuelled by a circumstantial self loathing, and a p...
May 17, 2005 by Muggaz
I have recently obtained the moniker of ‘Bad Human’ from one of my colleagues. If I said this didn’t disturb me somewhat, well I would be lying – but hey, I actually have a sardonic smile on my lips each time I am referred to as such. Sure, we all want to be good people, and truth be told, I consider myself to have been a good person for all of my short life thus far – perhaps that’s why I am inclined to let my bad boy side shine.

I guess he started calling me this, and it has stuck with othe...
May 12, 2005 by Muggaz
I am a pretty busy guy, but i find myself bored. I seem to be preoccupied with where I am going, and not enjoying where I am. I don't spend too much time at home, though when I do, I long to be some place else. I am sure this is just a phase, not a permanent rut, but I need a kick along.

I am thinking of a new hobby - blogging is cool and shiz, but I can't sit here reading and writting all all day, that would be terribly anti-social. I am thinking of learning the guitar, but i need one of tho...
April 22, 2005 by Muggaz
“Nothing in the world can take the place of Persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent. The slogan 'Press On' has solved and always will solve the problems of the human race.” – Calvin Coolidge.

I don’t know what Cal was talking about in particular when he uttered these immortal word...
April 20, 2005 by Muggaz
As far as the human race has progressed over the millennia, there is at least one facet of our great society that seems to be traversing backwards, woman and men alike can both agree; Masculinity seems to be a dying trait. Whilst it is foolish and outright wrong to say that manliness is lost in this day and age, the chaps of today don’t have the same qualities or traits expected of our grandfathers.

Movie stars like Jude Law and Hugh Grant epitomise the elegance and sensuality of today’s mode...
April 8, 2005 by Muggaz
In this day and age of supposed “equilibrium” between the sexes, I would like to open the big can of worms and categorically state, that it is a Mans world, simply because, Men are better. Respect to the ladies for the whole birth/labour ordeal, but you couldn’t do it without us!

I will start with the example of Men’s tennis. It was not too long ago when there was somewhat of a furore on the ladies side of the pro circuit, because they do not earn as much prize money as the men. I could not e...
March 24, 2005 by Muggaz
Those of you that have lurked these blessed forums for some time may remember the esteemed Sir Peter Maxwell, the man some call Jesus Christ II and bigger than an Asian Tsunami, and as a phenomenon, spreading faster than aids in Africa. Sir Peter Maxwell is a billionaire tycoon from Gloucestershire, England, and for those that don’t know about him, you can read more here.

As a mere peasant, I was bequeathed with the tremendous honour of interacting with an English knight of the realm when he ...
March 23, 2005 by Muggaz
From my vantage point in life, it’s very easy for me to say this, but we are all winners. There is nothing greater than waking up in the morning, and being thankful that you are alive. I am sure we have all had mornings, where we have all dreaded the day coming, to put it bluntly, to wish we could maintain the state of semi-consciousness that is sleep, where our dreams can be reality. Forgive the philosophising, but to realise every waking moment is a dream come true is definitely a blessing.
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March 1, 2005 by Muggaz
There is an ancient Chinese parable about a man running through the forest as he is being chased by a Tiger… the only escape from this tiger is jumping over a cliff face and climbing down a vine that is the only source of support. As the man climbs down the vine, he sees another tiger prowling around the bottom, awaiting the mans imminent arrival. As the man realises he doesn’t have much choice, he observes two rats, one black, one white, just above where he is holding on to the vine gnawing awa...
February 18, 2005 by Muggaz
It’s a shame that we have to resort to playing games in relationships, and there is a part of me that has always hoped being honest with ones feelings and emotions will always reap rewards – alas, I have been burnt once again for not playing the game.

I am still a very young guy, and it’s only natural for my adventure through life to teach me lessons, some learnt in a harsher fashion than others – it’s just up to me as an intelligent life form to move on and advance from these ‘lessons’

Th...
February 9, 2005 by Muggaz
What exactly is your excuse for your smug attitude towards life? You are one of those guys who seems happy to coast through life, and you have this enchanted spark about you – good things seem to fall in your lap without you working hard for it at all, why is it that?

You have a little problem with authority, like a conservative teenage punk if such an oxymoron exists. You get fines from the cops for not wearing your seat-belt and you throw parking tickets away with disdain. It’s like you hav...
February 7, 2005 by Muggaz
I don’t know how many nice guys are reading this right now, by the same token, I don’t know how many jerks are reading either, but this is one of those feel good blogs that hopefully installs a little bit of faith toward the disenchanted.

Disenchanted – a word I have used to describe myself and sentiments many times, and I am sure it will become no stranger to me in the future. Relationships and girls and the whole courting scene are what had me disenchanted. I could never really get where I ...
January 31, 2005 by Muggaz
Below is a link to a new Auschwitz conspiracy, uncovered by no other than the great former SAS general and Knight of the Realm, Sir Peter Maxwell.

The findings are quite alarming, and we must all work harder than before to destroy the terrorist means.

If you are boring peasant who is easily offended or shocked, i invite you to read the link - it will make you feel quite alive with rage!

Link
January 31, 2005 by Muggaz
Below is a link to a new Auschwitz conspiracy, uncovered by no other than the great former SAS general and Knight of the Realm, Sir Peter Maxwell.

The findings are quite alarming, and we must all work harder than before to destroy the terrorist means.

If you are boring peasant who is easily offended or shocked, i invite you to read the link - it will make you feel quite alive with rage!

Link
January 31, 2005 by Muggaz
Ok, so - here is the deal, Tet was a couple of weeks ago, and that signafies the beginning of the Chinese new year. It is the year of the Rooster in 05, and according to the chicken, this ain't going to be such a good year for me. Well, no one likes the french, or their national bird, aptly named - 'le coque' and le coquecan bite me.

I am all down with Chinese philosophy and stuff, and I was born in the year of the Dog... how a Rooster can have a negative effect on a Dog is beyond me, but I ...