Friday, January 27, 2006

What I lerned from Mark Haddon through his best-selling book

I hadn't even read halfway through Mark Haddon's The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, but I already learned plenty of lessons to live by:

  • Your mind shall explode when you meet too many faces at the same time. Especially if your brain is the size of a peanut. Or if you can't recognize faces.
  • Prime numbers are superior, not that they're better and far more superior than composite numbers, but because you can't divide them without getting remainders.
  • Walking near dead things might end up meaning you killed it, especially if someone has a releationship with it.
  • CIA use prime numbers to convey confidential messages? Hmmm... maybe I should go into the business of code-breaking.
  • My sister commented that "autism is just fine, as long as you could put it to good use." Maybe Christoper is far more superior than, say, vein-popping, blabbering senators.
  • At last, a good excuse as to why you skipped too much when you number chapters of your book or story.
Well, I'm still on page 30 of the book. I'm expecting myself to finish it in a day.

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