Mad Chaos: Tuesday, May 7, 1996

The Hidden ASCII Map

_ _ _ ® _ ¤ Ý ¡ ø Ý æ _ _ Ý ` ^ ~ ¨ £ _ + _ ª Ý ­ + « Ý _ Ý ¢ + + + + « +

These are all sick new letters I learnt just then by pressing the alt key and a letter on the keyboard.   I also tried it with the number pad and it came out at the end of all the list.  Now I can type stuff like 40¢ and £40 which means 40 cents and 40 pounds.   Ý _ Ý is pretty sick too, which means I can do meanings and put the Ý _ and Ý at the top like.

For example, copyright has three meanings.  Ý _ is used as an abbreviation for the term Copyright, _ Means a type of photocopier, Ý means the second term was fake and it doesn’t mean jack shit.

Wow!  I haven’t used a paragraph for a while in this text.

Bump into Pari and Osama

Today I woke up around 12 ø’ clock and went shopping with my mum.  While I was down there I saw Pari and Osama and had a little talk with them.

Play Monkey Island II

I came home and had a big ice-cream-and-everything-else-in-it snack.

Then I rang up Rory to see if anything was happening tonight, or should I say last night.   I don’t mind.  I like staying home and just relaxing.  I think it is good.  Besides, I played Monkey Island II and I am going to play it after I finish typing this.

Contemplating Careers

Tomorrow I am going to look for a job in the C.E.S and I am at least going to get one interview.   If I don’t find a career in computers soon I am going to have to find a job as a laborer or something along those lines.

The next interview I go to is one with my hair properly done for the interview and slicked back like I was told by Jennifer at Smalls.

I don’t feel like writing much now because I am tired and I was tired before today so I might have a 2 am night tonight.

Author: 钨宝

The author of Diary Of A Mad Chaos from 1996 to 2018, The Lost Years book, Wubao In China (猎艳奇缘) book series, and Foreigner (华人) an exploration of race relations in Australia. Fluent in Chinese Mandarin, Macedonian, and English, the author currently resides in China, Guangzhou where he continues to make comparative analysis of the cultural differences between Eastern and Western societies.

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