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Monday, February 02, 2004

This is my friend, Morny. Doesn't he look like that Max Brenner Chocolate guy? This picture was taken yesterday at San Francisco Coffee in Libis. The occassion? The great Rumelo is back in the Philippines (for a week).

With Melopeds back in the Philippines, you know what that means - we finally have our Sony Cybershot P92 digital camera! Yebah!

I have to be honest. We were quite disappointed at first when we took it out of the box, inserted the batteries and turned it on. That's because the menu was in Japanese! But after doodling around with it, Cha found the language settings. Alleluiah!

OK. As to this picture of Morny, it wasn't taken by the digital camera. But watch out for lots of pictures from that gadget pretty soon!

So dito muna't ako'y maliligo pa. I have to go to the office. It's Monday.

8:07 AM



 
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