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Monday, August 30, 2004

Closing ceremony

Great expectations for 2008

What are we to expect from the Beijing Olympics? Well, i don't know really. I can't say for sure. But according to the tradition, you're meant to present to the world, the pride of your nation and the bring a presentation of relationship between sports and culture

Well, then i guess we'll be expecting a lot of fake Ferragamo bags flying around in the ring, guzheng, Zhang Zhi Yi and lots of censorship. Maybe we won't even see the Taiwanese contingent in the television coverage because the two countries have very differing views in politics. It's not the first time China has gone through extreme imbecilic measures for the government's "interests"

Remember the Google ban? Almost every other search engine has experienced a Chinese ban. Internet users in China has complained that they couldn't access popular search engines such as Yahoo!, Google and AltaVista because they return searches that include "information on sensitive political issues in China". But what a way to cover something you don't want people to find? By making big headlines elsewhere in the world? And creating even more attention to the subject

Read this excerpt from BBC news

"Obviously there is some harmful information on the internet," said foreign ministry spokesman Kong Quan. "Not everyone should have access to this harmful information on the internet. The whole world now is exploring a way to manage the Internet and China is also working on this." -

They even banned Spiderman from showing. The State Administration of Radio, Film and Television announced that no foreign film shall grace the chinese screens for a month to make way for local films. But the ban will not change much. There is so much piracy in depressing China that Spiderman has definitely made it there way before the original cinema screen versions do. And that way, the film makers lose money because a month is a long time and countless "pirates" would have seen the show through illegal channels. Read more here

The movie, "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" was also banned, citing a continuing effort by the Communist government to strengthen morals.,,30000-13152549,00.html

The Olympics 2008 will be coming from the same country that banned Beckham's hairstyle. The Chinese Football Association have come up with a list of banned styles, and it rules out Becks' latest cut. According to a Chinese news agency: "Dyed hair, long hair and weird hairstyles are all strictly prohibited and all players must cut hair short." Isn't that strange? You're going to be having the Olympics in Beijing in four years and these people will be parading gold medals and weird hairstyles too. Well these guys are going to be playing under the Olympic flame in Beijing, winning and competing in the spirit of sportsmanship and unity, winning gold medals in different fashion. So how less of an sportsman is he, are u not giving the credit to gold medal winners in Beijing?

Feng Jianming, director of the CFA youth department, told the players: "You must learn how to behave as a true man before becoming a soccer star." So, wait, isn't Becks a true man? You mean he didn't actually have kids with Victoria Beckham? Oh i see, so the babies just popped out of mummy's belly like you had all the kids believe. Read more here

The same country that also banned countless video games for their "influence" and content. I certainly don't know what I can expect from a country that lives in a parody of their own actions. They want the world to believe that they are open to competition and is a lucrative market. They want to promote China to the world, evidently with the lobby win to host the Olympics (its one big expensive commitment), but they close their doors to the world

So to tell you the truth, from what I have read, what I feel and what I've heard about the place, I don't expect much. I can say I am proudly Malaysian. I am rather happy even though we didn't win a single medal from Athens. I can't say I am proud about that fact, though. The badminton team was horrendous. They just sucked and couldn't provide any variety in gameplay or displayed any intelligence to put up a strategic fight against their opponents. I digress

I don't mind that Malaysia will probably never host an Olympic Games. Than host the Games in such hypocritical sense

The closing ceremony at the Olympics

An Olympics event is something you shouldn't miss. If you couldn't be bothered to lift a muscle for sports, you should just sit on your couch and enjoy the opening and closing ceremony at least

The recent Athens Olympics opening showed great precision, brilliant choreography and magic! The opening was one of the most clever and memorable openings I've seen. Next time we see this, it'll be beaming live from Beijing in 2008

The closing on the other hand started with much song, theatrical euphemism and colourful presentations of the Greek culture. Magnificent stuff this

Saturday, August 28, 2004

Here she is again. Ju-on Part 3: The Scare Goes On and On or Star Wars: The Bitch Strikes Back? he he

Some people look better crying, some people look better smiling. This girl looks like she could kill you with those eyes. It's one of those girls, that could make you swallow your saliva, wet your palms and go s-st-stutter

Wednesday, August 25, 2004

Pininfarina Enjoy

The seventh month of the chinese calendar is here. Take good care of yourself and don't stay up too late :) Time to dig some of those good ol scary movies out

Fiat Coupe Engine Bay

The 2.0 liter, 20 valve, turbo charged engine that powers the Fiat Coupe. Complicated and very very compact engine bay here. You can't put your hand through any gap. As for any turbo charged cars, heat can work against you. So, if you're constantly stuck in a jam and are not aware of the importance of maintenance, this car could spell DISASTER for you. Pipes that crumble like cookies, melting plastic parts and extra wear and tear on parts like timing belt/rubber pieces and hoses are inevitable in our climate. So now you know why cars like Subaru Imprezas and Mitsubishi Evolutions have holes and large air scoops on top of their bonnets. It helps disperse hot air and channeling fresh air into the engine bay, which is also good for the air intake to pump up the combustion


One of the proud Fiats to wear the Pininfarina badge. Most Ferrari's are designed by Pininfarina Design house. Another notable car designer is Giugiaro/Italdesign. Giugiaro designs a lot of important cars that has made a mark in the automobile history books. Such as the Lotus Esprit, Lamborghini Cala, Lexus GS300, Fiat Punto (and the cute cabriolet), Alfa Romeo 156, Alfa Romeo Brera, Maserati 3200GT, VW w12 roadster, the original VW Golf and even including Alitalia's Airbus A321 interior. Also not forgetting the 1988 Nikon F4 which was designed by Giugiaro. Proudly italian because the italians are passionate and have the language of lust written all over their designs. Actually the father of the design house claims himself to be more of an artist more than a product designer. He creates objects based on art and someone else has to work around the functionalities and pragmatic aspects of his artwork. So his son, Fabrizio Giugiaro has come along into the business with proper engineering knowledge and spearheading much of the business now. Click here for Giugiaro/italdesign

Back to the Pininfarina badge. They are all of Giugiaro and more. They've designed most of the Ferraris we've seen in this lifetime. Like the Ferrari 360 Barchetta, 550 Maranello and the Enzo Ferrari. They also have a good relationship with most italian brands such as Maserati, Fiat and Alfa Romeo. So it's not very surprising to see that the love-it or hate-it Fiat Coupe here was born in the design studios of Pininfarina, what is surprising though is that the Coupe was Chris Bangle's baby project

Cars carry this name with pride. Even if its just a Hyundai Matrix. It's like having a designer monogram written all over your car. Speaking of that, Pininfarina will sell its own car to celebrate their 75th anniversary in 2005 to a very lucky select few. To 75 very obscenely wealthy individuals actually. The engine and chassis by Lotus, exterior is designed by Pininfarina, interior plus accessories by Louis Vuitton and furnished with touches by Bang & Olufsen. The car will be called Pininfarina Enjoy. Thats a very dodgy name but hey, i'm not their target market. Louis Vuitton already designed the helmet and matching shades, special edition Bellaix composite material luggage bag, the outfit in which you'd drive the car in, recognisable LV driving shoes and the instrument layout and dials on the dash are inspired by the Tambour LV watch. Click here to know more on Pininfarina

Back to automobile chats. Here's a picture of a car that Chris Bangle last worked on before he was snapped up by BMW to head the design team. Again, he's at it again, with his shock tactics at BMW with the X3, 7 series, 5 series, Z4 and the coming new 3-series. Read more about him here.

The Fiat Coupe was apparently his last project before BMW. I think he's really a Beyonce fan, if not, he could be Missy Elliot's fanclub founder and most active member because he's got a thing for HUGE ASSES. Look at this car and the new BMWs and tell me they all don't have a big ass

Actually, if i had to make a choice, I'd rather Jonathan Ives from Apple's design team do something for BMW. He's so good at transforming raw design elements into aesthetic forms. Chris Bangle, in my opinion, is experimental and he loves to shock. Create headlines and make people go "oh my god" just by randomly piecing elements that defy convention. The 6-series is definitely not beautiful and I don't know how is that piece of vulgarity can be considered to be roadworthy when its that ugly

Tuesday, August 24, 2004

My Room: Pic #9

Basic modern in a classic colour theme

The red highlighting element was added when I couldn't find a chair that I like. And the one that I could find happens to be red. So I ended up adding red. And i quite like the idea of a hint of passionate red in a cold black/white room. It isn't quite masterpiece but I promise to do a better job next time. Hey, for the budget I had, I actually am very delighted with the results. But the truth be told, the biggest chunk of the money was spent on the bed

My Room: Pic #7

My Room: Pic #8

My Room: Pic #4

Did you know that an estimated 10% of the current European population was conceived on a ikea bed? How interesting is that? Did you know that Ingvar Kamprad, the man behind ikea, is said to be richer than Bill Gates? Well, he's also known to be the most stingy thing. Driving an old Volvo and flying economy class even till this day, his children must have grown up wearing clothes from Salvation Army? Want to know more about the ikea story? Click on this link,3604,1240462,00.html

My Room: Pic #6

Oh look, it's MR P. My favourite bedside lamp. I absolutely love this addition on my bedside table. Thanks, H. You're so right, its absolutely so me

My Room: Pic #2

Are you wondering what kind of names are ikea products named after? And where those names came from? It's a bit of a mystery to many and a lot of people think it's just weird random labels given by bored ikea branding employees. Well, here are some interesting facts about ikea product names and what exactly are the items named after

Bathroom Items: Scandinavian lakes, rivers, and bays

Bookcases: Occupations (i.e. doctor, professor, etc.)

Dining Tables and Chairs: Finnish place names

Carpets: Danish place names

Chairs and Desks: male names

Fabrics and Curtains: female names

Garden Furniture: Swedish islands

Children’s Items: mammals, birds, adjectives

Kitchen Utensils: Foreign (non-Scandinavian) words for spices, herbs, fish, fruits, or functions

Upholstered furniture, home accessories: Swedish place names

Note : Please ignore the very full laundry basket in the picture. :) he he

My Room: Pic #1

The Face artwork behind is meant to be hung on the wall but I have yet to put the hook on the frame, so for now it lies on the floor. This red chair caused me a lot of trouble and many journeys to ikea. I know ikea sells cheap furniture but this chair and a few other items i got from ikea really has shown that the quality control there is terrible. I had to make 4 trips to ikea just to get things right again. It was either a bent screw, a badly drilled socket, a problem with a spare part or just plain bad luck. But I am glad it turned out well. And it sure is satisfying to say, hey, i assembled most of the things in my room

Wednesday, August 18, 2004

Ishaaq and Ninie

Ishaaq and Ninie

Wishing them all the happiness in the world. Congratulations, Ninie. You look absolutely divine and hope to catch up with you after your honeymoon

Ninie is such a weird girl. An ex-housemate when I was in Australia, she is an amazing cook, so there's no worry about her husband starving. But she's got the strangest habits. Inviting us for a bushwalk at night, eating organic dessert and she had her own garage sale of strange clothes in Canberra that a drama class would reject! But we all love her because she's cool in her own ways. The thing about coolness is that you first have to embrace your style. If you can't pull it off and be confident about how you look, feel and think, then neither can others

Watching a fair bit of the Olympics

Last night I saw something that really cracked me up. Bored, my eyes are watery with the lights off and staring at the idiot box showing the women's 200m butterfly semi-finals. It was then I saw the name of the Olympics Record holder for the event.. Misty Hymen. Yup, you read right, Misty Hymen. Not sunny, not cloudy, overcast or rainy. But Misty Hymen. I wonder if people could find it? he he. What a name. I glad it isn't Reid Hymen, or Emma Hymen. Oh well, she's the Olympics record holder and I'm not, so I shouldn't make fun


I recently got news that Christine's grandfather had passed away today. I would like to offer my condolences to her family

,For everything there is a season
:And a time for every matter under heaven
;A time to be born, and a time to die
;A time to plant, and a time to pluck up what is planted
;A time to kill, and a time to heal
;A time to break down, and a time to build up
;A time to weep, and a time to laugh
;A time to mourn, and a time to dance
;A time to throw away stones, and a time to gather stones together
;A time to embrace, And a time to refrain from embracing
;A time to seek, and a time to lose
;A time to keep, and a time to throw away
;A time to tear, and a time to sew
;A time to keep silence, and a time to speak
,A time to love, and a time to hate
.A time for war, and a time for peace

Ecclesiastes 3:1-8

Tuesday, August 17, 2004

Ferringhi Beach, Penang

Me and Adeline. One for FACES magazine! One for the great unknown journey ahead of us. All the best, Adeline

Mo' Miserables

Jet is at it again. If you've heard the Aussie wannabe band JET doing the "Look What You've Done" song on MTV you can only simply agree they've gone all Beatles-esque

They obviously thought everyone has forgotten about The Beatles so they could recycle some of that British-accent draggy whiny sounds to sound like its cool again. The Beatles are cool. John Lennon and Yoko Ono aren't. Neither is JET. I look forward to seeing them in the One Hit Wonder show on MTV ten years from now. I would go to a JET concert, oh yea, i would. Simply for the chance to spit on them and show them the finger as they try to impersonate every boot-cut corduroy wearing music legend there is with their way passe dressing and ensemble that could given the most unpopular 70's garage sale a run for its money. Don't they know Oasis tried it once and they're already dead? Liam and Noel Gallagher at least had a purer and more honest "no bollocks and hit-you-in-the-face-attitude". They don't just sing it, they live it. I am proud to say I actually have two Oasis CDs. No shame about it. Originals of course. They're cool. I like their music. Edgy, they have their own sound, air and attitude. JET has got one hit single and a shot at the CD bargain bin a year from now

I don't hate the game, I hate the player

Monday, August 16, 2004

bacteria, germs and vir...

My computer has been infected with a few viruses lately. The Norton AntiVirus software Aut0-Protect feature is switched off whenever I turn on the computer and the warning dialogue box from AVG (another anti-virus software) keeps buzzing with notices that says I have a threat lurking in my computer

It's sad. I tried to eliminate the threat by modifying the system registry. What viruses do is, they change your system registry and load all sorts of malicious instructions into your system. Basically, your super duper fast Pentium 4 or 5 or 6 computer is essentially just a very fast dumb computer that does as its told

It used to restart itself every 20 or 30 mins. Now the virus just hogs the internet download/upload whenever I am connected to the internet. There's this other virus that loads popups. Very disturbing indeed

I don't blame the people who wrote the "viruses", I may be a bit upset over the infection but I am largely left disappointed and utterly loathing Microsoft. They said the Sasser.B virus I had, can be cured by downloading a patch from their website if I am currently on Service Pack 1. Service packs are like a bunch of patches thats packaged into one update so that your computer stays healthy. But in Windows case, it will never be healthy, merely healthier. But that really isn't enough. I downloaded the patch, and executed it, only to find a pop-up that says, I already have Service Pack 2 which is more current than the one I am trying to install. Ok, so here I have the more recent service pack but it doesn't solve my problem does it? If you drop by the Windows Critical Update site, you will find a gazillion downloads to patch your computer. Click here for the link

Unfortunately for me and a couple of tens of thousand people out there who have put in their application for Streamyx and have to hear the excuse of "no port" all these while, I guess I'll just have to spend most of my online time gazing at the Windows Update site and wait for a critical update to pop up so I can download it, like its recommended by Microsoft

Oh, I just finished a Windows Update Scan and it didn't find anything to install on my virus laden computer. Thanks a lot. I didn't expect you guys at Microsoft to know anything about the flaws in your products and how people who know better, who write softwares labelled as "viruses" to show the millions of apathetical Windows users out there who blame these writers for writing nasty programs. Thank god not many end user/consumers buy original softwares in Asia. Because nobody should be made to pay for such a flawed product. I've never opened any emails from unknown sources nor participated in computer orgies. So no viruses could have entered except purely for the fact that a hole in the system operations allowed the virus to get in. Click here to read about how the Sasser.B virus infects

This is how terrible Windows XP really is. I've reiterated and I will say it again, buy Macs! They may not be perfect, but at least it gives you more peace of mind at this point of time from viruses and problems. I hate Microsoft, and that is no secret. With the money they have, why can't they come out with reliable products since they provide the platform for 90% of the world's computers? Is the definition of responsibility such a difficult term to understand? So what's the big deal with Bill Gates if what he does is to exploit the current monopoly with substandard products and flashy marketing that will definitely win over the consumers simply because Windows is the default name in MOST consumer's minds

Do you know the whole Sun vs Microsoft battle is caused by Microsoft's earlier agreement to license the use of Java into their products but instead "enhanced" Java to work better and mostly on Microsoft products? Java is meant to be a language accepted universally and Microsoft licensed it and hijacked it to become JVM. They have settled the dispute now. Microsoft ended up paying Sun USD$2 billion as a settlement. Of course because the brand has such a stronghold on consumer's minds and the fantastic PR that the company has, the news never became news simply because its not newsworthy. Everyone loves Microsoft, and who'd like to hear news like that, SILLY

That's the kind of blind faith and utter misled confidence people have on Microsoft is appalling. Wake up, people! Buy macs

How is a company who just thrives on becoming competitors and champions of other's original ideas someone to look up to? Of course, if I had billions of dollars to splurge on R&D, I could make a better product compared to anyone simply because I am richer. I can absorb the deficits of initial losses better than anyone. Continue to improve on what people have already set paths for and look happy as we come to a future of monopoly and of course, natural acceptance of everything Microsoft because it's the only thing to have. Not because it's the best that the developers can do. Look at PocketPCs vs PalmOS and even Sony Playstation vs Xbox. Evidence that money don't buy you brains. Why can't Microsoft open up their own product segment. Well, the tablet PC is a start but let's have more of that. Thinking that everyone has so much confidence in their products, Microsoft has decided to make mobile phone softwares as well

How brilliant, the only thing I need right now is someone writing a virus to enable someone to download my ringtones through 3G without my knowledge and load lesbian porn wallpapers into my phone screen. How about tapping into my transmission as I am having a video conference with my client through 3G? We don't even have to go that far, how about just making your "smart" phone restart itself when you try to make phone calls? It's nothing alien, in fact, with the popularity of wireless connection on mobile devices on the steep rise, contamination will be a real threat if we pave the way for companies who make flawed products to monopolize the market

Some say Mac evangelist, I say "realist"

Wednesday, August 11, 2004

The Bachelor is one of the most pathetic shows on television. Ok, the whole concept is nothing new to viewers. Boy meets girls, eliminate one by one, the end, someone gets some money and hopefully a shag

What happened last night? Let me explain. So there are only 4 girls left fighting for the guy. Each of them get to spend a very romantic and intimate night with the Bachelor. All of them acted as if they were going to say "i do" right the moment the guy says anything that begins with "will you..." And they were so attentive, so pleasant, so hopeful and they all chatted as if they were madly in love with him

The catch was that, one of them got eliminated last night. The Bachelor walked her out of the mansion and she walked towards the limousine with a sulky look on her face. As she approached the limo, she turned back and asked him why. He said they were worlds apart, so he didn't see any future together. She went into the limo and talked to the camera.. "I felt disgusted by him. I don't even want him to touch me" But DARLING, is that what you say to the man you were so longing to get down with last night? Is love really just a game people play? Can you really look for real love in a batch of 20, 30 or 40 candidates? Some people spend their whole lifetime looking for that one true love and people flock to see a show fake people find love in one show

All the other girls who didn't get eliminated had this relief shown all over their face and they simply must be in it for the money. I mean, come on, I don't think they actually went into the show thinking of getting married and having kids with this guy. They're like thinking "Gee, i just wish to famous enough and appear on PlayBoy centerspread" or "Hey, guys always wanna hook up with famous chicks, here's my chance to get famous and ditch this bachelor or whatchamacallit, then get some of that serious love." I find it sad that people watch The Bachelor on tv and it only goes to show how low can reality tv get. And mind you, its only going to get sadder

?Fear Factor anyone? Survivor

Monday, August 09, 2004

:Songs of the moment

Avril Lavigne - My Happy Ending
Linkin Park - Breaking the Habit
Faithlesss - Mass Destruction
Kings Of Convenience - Misread

Sunday, August 08, 2004

Care For Your Money

Trying to get out of a check-out line at this popular hypermarket is like trying to squeeze strawberry milk out of a rat's nipples. The queue isn't horribly long but the wait is excruciating. The guy in front had a little over 15 items but it took these two lovely ladies a few minutes to get it all done with the transaction. Slowly passing one item after another to each other, the second one slowly loads them one by one into the bag, and the time it took the cashier to take the credit card, swipe it and get it signed could put a sloth to sleep

I've discovered that just because the name sounds french and foreign, they really don't make the best place to shop. Bought a handy mop for RM70, which comes with a handle for squeezing the water out with just a pull. Convenient and the kind of thing a guy with a detergent-allergy needs, plus it comes in pink! Ok,I am digressing, so thinking it was quite a bargain coming from this store, I was shocked to discover the mop is selling for almost RM10 cheaper at Jaya Jusco! What the f*ck is this? Maybe it's just one of those items? Well, another trip today confirmed that they are using the "money back guarantee" to seduce your perception. I saw a rack in Jaya Jusco and Giant, which sold for about RM55, but was tagged at RM71.90 at the popular hypermarket. They said they'd pay back twice the amount of difference if you saw a cheaper item elsewhere but as a "cheated" customer myself, I feel that if I kept all my receipts of my purchases, my house would likely to turn into a fire hazard. So bottomline is, it's my the consumer's fault, not theirs. The funny thing, its our dollars that keep them in business

I didn't run back to the outlet to get my 2x difference rebate because its so troublesome and that is the problem. Many go shopping there in confidence that the items sold there are cheaper than most shops but instead ends up paying more than they should. Can you guess what hypermarket am I talking about? The one that CARES FOR your money more than yourself

So, here's a big GRACIAS and ADIOS to the store. Thanks for making me wait forever at the line, it was so good, I swear it felt like the Annual National Budget Report seem fleeting. Thanks for ripping off my hard earned bucks. I like the free parking at your outlets but nothing I can't think of anything right now that could make me go back to any of your hypermarkets

A view from a room

Friday, August 06, 2004

The rest of us at the wedding. At the far right, is Rico. The blunt and loud guy who kept swearing and making remarks about the ceremony and what people wore. Sometimes you've just got to know when to stop and when to begin. Ok, no wait, that's something I read on 'Multiple Orgasms For Dummies'. I am crossing my fingers and praying he isn't going to be as loud tomorrow at the dinner, where Dr Mahathir and the Sultan of Kelantan is going to be seated near our table. Nini specifically reserved a table nearer to her., which is also near to the big guys. Oh my

At a wedding last night. Traditional Malay nikah ceremony. The bride, Nini, was my housemate in Australia and she's now (as of tonight) married to a Finnish husband. Tomorrow is the wedding banquet, so will try to look more dapper than usual in a suit

Thursday, August 05, 2004

Rasa Sayang Resort, Penang. Where I stayed during the HP iPaq media launch. It has a nice view of the pool and note the potpourri on the bed with an invitation card to dinner. I must say, I'm impressed by the effort. If only I could say the same about the iPaqs. They are technologically sound but PocketPCs still lack REAL phyical innovation. None of that innovative sliding of Palm's Tungsten series, the slim and profound elegance of a Palm V nor the inspiring swivelling and captivatingly brilliant yet useful design ideas of Sony Clies. Just another slab of metal (something that looks like it) and a screen, is that the best the supposed "market leader" has to offer? Could this really be a case that is dictated by how Microsoft designs the mobile operating system that is inflexible to slight modifications of usage? No wonder all PCs look the same

Caller Ringtones

Caller Ringtones

I noticed a lot of people coming in to HearMeBitch directed from a web search on the phrase "caller tones". So here's a bit of an insight to my experience so far


GREAT when people start their phone conversation with you with 'Hey thats a really cool sound. How come its different from the last time and how did you do it?' You can select a few songs and let them rotate at random when callers get through your phone

NOT SO GOOD when u see a long list of missed calls from ill informed people who are so five-minutes-ago and don't know that its a caller tones and hang up thinking it was a very long voicemail. I have had friends who waited for the BEEP to record their message. he he he

FANTASTIC when you have them tailored to a specific caller group that you can specify at the Maxis website so that when your office or parents call you, they hear the normal Toot toot instead of the music. Have George Michael singing "Amazing" to your good friends and some crappy heavy metal music to those not-so-good friends in hope that they will hang up as soon as possible

QUITE EXPENSIVE at RM3 monthly to subscribe to the feature. Although there is a limited choice of a little over 10 songs that is available for free, which I've taken up all the good ones into my list. A wide range of music and songs can be bought for about RM2-RM3 each. Once you buy the music, you can add them to your available songs and customize them to caller groups, if you choose to do so. There is a maximum of ten songs that you can have in your playlist, so even if you are really ready to splurge on caller tones, Maxis keeps your wallet healthy by limiting it to 10 at one time

Go here for more info


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