Wednesday, May 04, 2005

A New Hope

Today, my wisdom thinkers...

...May the 4th be with you.

12 comments:

not william said...

is this a post to celebrate the ending of your lame ban?

KL said...

Any significance of the 4th May in Malaysia?

Fikri said...

To William: Sort of :>

To KL: No. It's significant to each and every one of us, for the FORCE exists in all living being and more :>

I'm disappointed that you didn't get it, KL. Tsk, tsk...

gurustu said...

Tomorrow is Cinco de Mayo in the U.S. and Mexico... and I'm sure may the FIFTH be with them, for sure.

Unpredictable Mortal said...

OH NO!!! The 4th ended.... i aint getting back my FORCE!!

KL said...

What I didn't get - becoming the first commentor or your post :)?

Fikri said...

To Gurustu: What is the significance of Cinco de Mayo?

To Mortal: To get something back, you need to have it in the first place... :>

To KL: Both, it appears. :>

Eddie G. said...

Oif! The smell of jagung is overwhelming... and NO, don't point to your eyes and say that this is cornea. I swear, if drive-bys weren't as tabooed as it should be you'd probably have had your fair share of them. :)

And well, since you can't beat 'em(literally), join 'em.

If the Energizer Bunny attacks you, is he charged with battery?

Fikri said...

To Eddie: Ho Hum :>

Unpredictable Mortal said...

CRAP, i should have known!!

Gurustu said...

Cinco de Mayo is the day Mexico celebrates its independence from Spain. Its a big deal in Southern California becaus we have a big influx of people from Mexico. It;s more a reason to drink than anything else though. Everyone claims to be Mexican on Cinco de Mayo just like they claim to be Irish on St. Patricks Day. Any reason to party, eh?

Gurustu said...

Actually, I mispoke about Cinco de Mayo. I was just looking for more information and saw that it's more for the battle over the French, than the actual independence of Spain, which is in September. See, even I learn something and it was around me all the time.