Failure

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Profesor Kopanski mengingatkan:

"...on Monday you will have your test on heraldry.
Read up the positions of lions as charges: rampant, passant, combatant...
If you read, you will be able to answer (Insha Allah).
If you don't, you will fail.
And if you fail, who cares anyway.
Civilisations before you have failed.
Rome has failed, (so has) the 'Ad and Thamud...
So why not you?"

Videos, improved

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Here are the two videos from the previous post, with obviously improved quality. Aneesah suggested vimeo, so I paid the site a visit, signed up...and here you are! Thanks Aneesah :).


Dark Chocolate Chip Cookies:

How to make Dark Chocolate Chip Cookies from Nabeelah on Vimeo.


Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies:


How to make Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies from Nabeelah on Vimeo.


Selamat Hari Raya semua!

Bila perlu

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"Discuss the role and contribution of the Dynasty of Agade in the Ancient Mesopotamian civilization."

"Knowing Paul's instruction in the Bible that mullier taceat in ecclesia (women  must be silent in Church and outside) and the Christian teaching on female inferiority, describe the legal system and penalization of 'scolded women' in the Middle Ages."

Le plus-que-parfait, le subjonctif, observation matrix tak siap-siap lagi, book review untuk Intro to Fiqh (and the slides!), more tests after the break. Term papers.


Etcetera, etcetera.

*          *          *

So I resort to video-making. Cookie-making videos.

I found the first recipe on allrecipes.com about a couple of years ago, and it's become a favourite ever since. The second one, forgot where I scrounged it, but they're great, too.

By the way, the video quality became really ugly after I put them up here. Sorry.

Dark Chocolate Chip Cookies
 
video

Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies

video
 
Sekarang kena sambung buat homework.

Friday, September 24, 2010

Failure

Profesor Kopanski mengingatkan:

"...on Monday you will have your test on heraldry.
Read up the positions of lions as charges: rampant, passant, combatant...
If you read, you will be able to answer (Insha Allah).
If you don't, you will fail.
And if you fail, who cares anyway.
Civilisations before you have failed.
Rome has failed, (so has) the 'Ad and Thamud...
So why not you?"

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Videos, improved

Here are the two videos from the previous post, with obviously improved quality. Aneesah suggested vimeo, so I paid the site a visit, signed up...and here you are! Thanks Aneesah :).


Dark Chocolate Chip Cookies:

How to make Dark Chocolate Chip Cookies from Nabeelah on Vimeo.


Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies:


How to make Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies from Nabeelah on Vimeo.


Selamat Hari Raya semua!

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Bila perlu


"Discuss the role and contribution of the Dynasty of Agade in the Ancient Mesopotamian civilization."

"Knowing Paul's instruction in the Bible that mullier taceat in ecclesia (women  must be silent in Church and outside) and the Christian teaching on female inferiority, describe the legal system and penalization of 'scolded women' in the Middle Ages."

Le plus-que-parfait, le subjonctif, observation matrix tak siap-siap lagi, book review untuk Intro to Fiqh (and the slides!), more tests after the break. Term papers.


Etcetera, etcetera.

*          *          *

So I resort to video-making. Cookie-making videos.

I found the first recipe on allrecipes.com about a couple of years ago, and it's become a favourite ever since. The second one, forgot where I scrounged it, but they're great, too.

By the way, the video quality became really ugly after I put them up here. Sorry.

Dark Chocolate Chip Cookies
 
video

Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies

video
 
Sekarang kena sambung buat homework.