Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Pizza Hut Delivery completed



Finally after 3 years of research and 6 months of thesis writing, it all ends well. Received the news that I passed my higher degree yesterday. Was shocked to see the report that "...no requirement for correction or ammendments and awarded with...."

I thought my best would be ".. with minor correction" or more likely "...with substantial correction". Never did I imagine this.

So set for graduation in Spring aound September. Weeeeeeeeeeeee..........

P/S: Anyway, Gundam fine tip marker have arrived but yet collected. I can finally start assembling my MG Destiny Extreme Burst. Kotobukiya Shining Wind Kureha is on the way to my doorstep.

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At 5:56 AM, Anonymous Adun said...

Congrats on graduating, but what is your field of study if I may ask?

 
At 7:49 AM, Blogger Fisherman Horizon said...

Hi Adun, Thanks. Electrical & Electronic Engineering but my higher degree focus on signal processing.

 
At 11:01 AM, Anonymous tseniv said...

Congratulations! Hopefully this leads to greater things in addition to a larger paycheck.

 
At 11:23 AM, Blogger Fisherman Horizon said...

Thanks Eric. Nah.. dont think so unless you're in a research absed company. Currently in an Engy company so unless my boss think it's cool to do so.

At least I dont have much worry now as it's over.. oh ya.. apart from a journal paper I promised for my supervisor.

 
At 12:28 PM, Anonymous meganeshounen said...

Graduation's one of the biggest hurdles in life. But it's not the only one though. It just prepares you for the higher ones in the future. :D

Cheers~!

 
At 7:45 PM, Blogger Fisherman Horizon said...

Thanks Meganeshounen

 
At 9:54 AM, Anonymous Van-Halo-Tupac said...

Congratulations my dear friend. Finally you have completed it, when I start mine. Good to see someone else in engeneering. I am entering in a double bachelors degree in mechanical and computer sciences over a 5 year period next fall in uni. I'll need some more tips hahah.

Btw, do you know how big the tip of the gundam fineliner marker is? I found an art store that sells staedtler 0.5 to 0.05 mm fineliners. Need to know which one I should go with.

 
At 3:19 PM, Blogger Fisherman Horizon said...

Hi Van, thanks and all the best in ur engy course. Eric aka tseniv is also an engy.

oo.. sounds exciting, double in mech n cs.

I have not receive the marker as mentioned in newer post. I'll tell you when I got them.

My bro used an 0.1mm as he couldnt wait for the markers to arrive . ha ha.. I u can get smaller, I think would be better but wont last long though.

Also check if waterbased or permanent. Gundam markers are generally water-based but they do stay on the plastic unless u rub it early or in contact with water. Meanwhile permanent is darker and of course more risky. :)

 
At 8:41 AM, Blogger R8 said...

congrats man. you're gonna be raking it in...big time ^^. well deserved

 
At 11:25 AM, Blogger Fisherman Horizon said...

Thanks R8, and how's the preparation for the big day??? ^^

 

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