I would like to say hi to everyone who continues to read this blog, before February ends. I’ve been very busy watching the Walking Dead and Big Bang Theory and I spend most of my time climbing trees in South Africa, that’s why I haven’t updated this blog as often I should be. But hey, I’m still here and I will update this blog as much as possible, so stick around and don’t unsubscribe to bryanveloso.com, ok?
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I’ve been busy in the past few weeks doing work. Yes guys, I’m already working here in Singapore as an iPhone app developer. I love programming and I’ve been addicted in developing useful iPhone games and iPhone apps. I almost forgot that I have a blog to update. Good thing I still remember that I have a blog and now, I’m updating it. My social life was almost gone. I never went out with my friends here in SG.
My daily routine is work, then go home, then work again, and go home again to sleep. And of course, I eat lunch and dinner. I only eat twice a day. Unlike before when I live with my parents in the Philippines, I eat 3 meals a day. Now, I only eat twice! I’m on a diet now! Hahaha!
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I just received an e-mail from Omy.SG blog club and I want to share it with you my dear readers, specially to those who are currently in Singapore, Singapore residents, and guys and gals who will be visiting Singapore this 18th day of March!
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I just read about the Singapore Lokpal Bill in some of the Gtalk, AIM, and YM statuses of my online friends. I don’t know what the heck is this bill and I don’t have a single clue about it. As what I have read, this bill eliminated corruption in Singapore. 142 corrupt ministers were arrested in a single day after this bill was passed in the year 1982. This bill improved Singapore’s economy and boosted its employment rate.
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Here’s a not-so-great, but awesome evening shot of the Merlion Park in Singapore. Lens used is a 7-14mm Leica.