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When I hit the jackpot, I want a...

Well, I want alot of things. Alot of expensive material things. I know materialism isn't good but hey, sometimes, you do need this stuff. So this my wishlist for the year 2010-2011.

When I hit the jackpot, I want a...

1. Sony Vaio/Macbook Pro

Vaio S Pictures, Images and Photos macbook Pictures, Images and Photos

WHY? Because I think they look cool & awesome. Not only that, it actually function quite well. I only want the best laptop so it's either the sony vaio/macbook pro or nothing.

2. Kindle / Sony Reader

kindle Pictures, Images and Photos

WHY? Because it's time to embrace technology and read in a cooler way. And plus, we are saving trees~!

3. Canon EOS DSLR / Nikon D series camera.

WHY? Because I have always loved to take pictures. I had my first camera since I was 6. I just wanna play with that camera & take nice pictures. Maybe, I might actually start my sky/stars picture album...

4. A Telescope

WHY? Because I love staring at the stars & I just wanna study them closer. I have always has been interested in astronomy.

5. Blackberry.

magnum Pictures, Images and Photos

WHY? Because it just looks damn cool. I so wanna own one of these in the future...hehe..

So that's my wishlist for 2010-2011. I hope I can get atleast half of them by the end of next year...I really hope so. But I guess, for now, we just have to wait & see.


Luffy Sam said…
Great !!
You can do it !!
Dare to dream !!
Dare to get it !!!

You can do it !!!
5 item all really cool !!
go go go !!
guitargirl said…
Nifty! I'm still not sure about those kindles because I think my eyes might get tired after looking at the screen for a while...but yeah.
Ooo! New computers are fun!! :-D
If I hit the jackpot (Which is unlikely because I've never won anything ever in my life) I would pay off my car and then get a Les Paul epiphone custom. *sigh* Those guitars are freakin sweet :)

Um, and my old blog address will still be updated with my new posts and all that. So yeah.
Paul said…
Cool stuff, except for the kindle. It may be "greener" but it's still made from plastic. And it's not the same as a book.

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