here's the friday 5!
see others' answers or answer for yourself here: http://f.riday5.com/?p=782

  • What was the last play you saw?
    do operas count?  i think the last i saw was cosi fan tutte about five years ago.

  • What kind of experience have you had as a performer in plays? 
    speech and debate included acting out some plays by myself or with a partner.  i think the last one i did was Oedi by Rick (Rich?) Orloff.  i still remember some of the lines.  in fact, i remember some of the lines of every thing i had to memorize for speech and debate.  strange, the things you remember.  as for the last full cast play... maybe elementary school.  an adaptation of the phantom tollbooth?
  • In general, what kinds of plays most turn you on?
    i like musicals.  or folktales/fairy tales... hansel and gretel is my favoritest story!  mysteries are really fun too!

  • There are many movies* where the characters say, “Let’s put on a play,” often as a means for raising funds or bringing attention to some cause. If you and your friends decided to do that, what would be the play, who would be its star, and what role would you play in its production?
    i would pick my most animated friends to be the stars!  chungy, dev, and jet.  i would love to be a set/costume designer or prop master or make up artist.  or back stage photographer.  but video or cinematography?  i'm really no good at videos.
  • If I handed you a lump of Play-Doh right now and asked you to sculpt me something, what would it be?
    i love to make food out of clay!  it is instantly recognizable and fun to see how many details of an everyday object you can remember. 



^ a film that theory11 had a hand in!

^ from the mind that brought us primer!

^ those planes look like pelicans!


ok, i wanted to post the trailer here but all of the official trailers give away too much of the movie!  even i didn't watch the trailers; i decided to watch this based on ONE PICTURE:

that's all i should tell you.  weak plot?  well, it's been done before.  but if you DON'T WATCH THE TRAILERS.  JUST BE SURPRISED AND TAKE IT AT FACE VALUE.  you will be happy!  the cinematography is nice.  the soundtrack is fantastic (and i've listened to it at home on itunes after the movie and it's good but just not the same... needs the pictures to go with it and the giant theatre speakers).  the future tech is cool! just watch it, ok?

^ borrowed from the library.  ummm... phones in the future are cool!  so are the police droids! and... they didn't forget about 3 boobs!  and there are girls kicking ass! and it didn't take place on mars (whaa?) and it's very politically motivated. :/  it was an average movie for me.  i expected better.


hey it's almost friday again.  how time flies...

last week friday i got home from work and shoved a bunch of stuff in my bag and put on human clothes (as opposed to the pseudo-pajamas they make us wear at work) and biked up to kcc.  crammed some last minute malonic ester synthesis in my brain then plowed through the ochem exam.

then, research meeting!
had a last minute run through of my ASM oral presentation.  lots of good feedback about rearranging the graphs and formating my slides.

after meeting, i coerced my research buddies to join me on a bicycle ride.  rob and tom also have red bicycles but in different styles!  one mountain bike, one fixed gear track, and one single speed road- we make a fun group.  we went down on 6th ave and rolled along date street. then they went to tend to their kids and i continued on to town.  i biked to beretania foodland to buy a vitamin water for le pauvre boyfriend, stuck at work until 3pm.
// side note //
i finally graduated to a real, plastic maika`i card!  woohooo... no more paper card, and i can finally rack up some rewards!  i was so excited i told the person in line behind me, haha.  i think it's taken me about 3 years to finally pass the trial card?
// end side note //

crossed the street and left my bicycle with le boyfriend in his car, caught a ride with my mom and sister to ala moana.  i bought this dress

(isn't the back interesting?  get one for yer self or your favorite gal at f21: here.)

and i ran into yummiestars and la girafe!  we walked and talked a bit until le boyfriend swooped me away... we went to eat dinner on the beach with his cousin, jet, back from the mainland for a visit, also d&j, the don wong, and ktengan.  average food, average weather, infinte laughs and good company. :)

i got home after midnight.  did my powerpoint edits at 2AM. -___-

saturday morning!  up bright and early for my presentation.  wore another f21 dress (sorry no pics) with a sweater and leggings, thank you cheap business wear. lol.  rob was also presenting a poster there and got some good comments and interests from the big university brains.  i'm excited for his phage project to finish up!  as for my presentation... went well!  i only had one question at the end, though so i was slightly disappointed... not sure if everyone digested my info right away.  but in the end... got 3rd place overall!  take that, you people with fancy degrees and equipment!  i'm so grateful for the travel award and hope to do my lab proud at the general meeting.  blog post about things i learned there: RETRACTIONS.
// side note //
i was sitting with some DOH people and i mentioned i wanted to go to the ASCLS meeting next months but would be out of town.  not so sad because there is only one talk i wanted to see; using luminex for IDing things besides dengue and west nile...
well what do you know, two other presentations at ASM were about using luminex and the person giving the specific luminex talk at ASCLS is sitting next to me!  i learned about the beads and the receptors and everything i wanted to know about luminex so now i don't feel guilty about not going. :)
// end side note //

after spending a whole day at the meeting in manoa, i bussed it home and take my bike out for a ride around the block.  nice to stretch my legs after being cooped up in a tree (literally... i was hanging with the roosters at treetops restaurant) all morning!  then i had a mini block party to celebrate the 2nd  birthday of my cousin.  my pops was the chef so good food to be had!  party people:

fun guys


la vie en rose


more here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/synonyme_c/sets/72157633339964823

sunday, up bright and early again for bai san.  after many years, we have finally gotten our shit together and we are super organized!  we can set up with out too much chaos and am happy to report there were no forest fires from us this year.  another nice thing about prepping for bai san... kitchen snackings while dad is cooking everything up. ^^

my vacation days were mainly for those events but no point in vacation if you're not going to have fun!  sunday after bai san i had a halo lan party.  monday after AM class, i watched Oblivion (more on this later) with le boyfriend and co.  then more halo!  tuesday, more bicycleage and more halo!  i also (finally) installed our new printer- has wireless capability, hello 21st century (hello, minecraft references).

wednesday, mexican food with yummiestars!  waaaahhh we ate so much, toritos is the bomb!  then we went to faceshop, because that's what girls do, and then i came home to play halo and edit photos.

the end.


My last post was actually written on Thursday 4/18 but I didn't have a chance to post it right away. Still, I wanted it to be posted so I could point out the amazing coincidence and chance of this universe.

First off, I'd like to note that I knew I'd be having a busy weekend so I took some extra days off so I wouldn't be dying at work every night.

// side note //
I think I've been feeling guilty about have so many days off in a row because I've been having dreams about work. Dreams about blood banking in particular. Apparently I can type and screen and cross match in my sleep, and also do the right paper work for it, haha! I remember thinking "don't forget to ARC type this unit and put the sticker on"! What a waste if days off if I'm still dreaming I'm at work!
// end side note //

i will tell you about the rest of my awesome mini vacation next post, for now i will tell you about the ASM local meeting i attended on saturday!  i will go over my retractions in the order i posted my worries in.

  • burkholderia!  did you know it is a BSL 3 organsim (for reference, tuberculosis is BSL 2 so that means BSL 3 is something even worse than that)!  besides messing up the mice, i had the thought of BSL 3 in the back of my mind but wasn't too worried since we are working with antibody and not antigen.  still, the idea was in the back of my mind.  at the meeting, i met the people we are making the antibodies for.  in fact, i saw their presentation on the particular strain and learned it is specially modified to be safe for BSL 2!  it is approved by CDC and has documentation so i feel better about the whole thing.  i feel like meeting these people, who are just like people in my lab, make them more trustworthy. :)  ahhh, the soothing power of social interaction. nice work by the researchers of UH!
    // side note //
    my invasion research could benefit from some of their work too, i'm hoping for a collaboration in the future so people can visualize- with photos and videos- campy invading host cells. :D  how cool is that!
    // end side note //
    also, my fears of the fusion work are dissipating.  i got the updated protocol and it's all coming back to me now... aseptic dissection and then some centrifuging, counting cells, and pipetting- all things i do on a daily basis at my real job- are going to be simple enough to do.
  • taq project results!  phase one complete... and only a partial failure.  my competent cells didn't grow... but i have some back ups in the freezer, no big deal.  my plasmid helper grew, yey. my other organism... ??? need to pcr that shit.
  • flu season is coming to an end!  i didn't mention that i've been seeing a lot of type B flu because i didn't know the implications of it.  at the ASM meeting i talked to some DOH peoples and they said B usually marks the ENDING of flu season. hooray!  so, should i still be worried about type A (this is the one with all the sub types... H1N1, H7N9, etc.)?  the correct answer is when SHOULDN'T I be?!  at least it will be less prevalent when the season is over.  just keep washing your hands and you should be ok.
that's all i've got for now, next post = fun stuff i did on my 5 days off!



  • this morning on the news i saw the temperature in denver is 25ºF.
    dear weather gods, i would really like it to be a minimum of 50ºF in one month.  ideally, 70º would be great.  pretty please!?  hawaii girl can't handle cold weather!
  • next week fri i will work on monoclonals against burkholderia.  i hope i don't mess things up; haven't done a fusion in... three years?  mice that have been immunized for months will be sacrificed, this is not something you can "oops, try again" with.
  • today i started the minions on a new project that is an intro to PCR and recombinant DNA.  i used some parts of a kit- brand new, never opened- but several years old. :/  i noticed some of the reagents were of questionable quality... i hope everything we want grows and contaminants don't grow.  how disappointing if their first project is a failure after only 1hr of hands on lab time!
  • i am transferring to UH (finally) (again) and even though i have senior status i can't register until august. :(  transfer students- even in the UH system, even if they have continuously taken classes at CC (i've NEVER taken a semester off)- are considered new students and have to pick classes last!  TOTAL BS. i hope the classes i need are still available.
  • i used all my spare bike tubes.  if i get a flat somewhere, i am screwed.
  • influenza type A viruses.  nuff said. 

i worry a lot.  and that's just the tip of the ice berg...


♪ with nothing to do...
sunday, sweet sunday,
i'll spend it with you...

Sunday - Part 1 from Flower Drum Song (1961) by Anyclip

(flower drum song, one of my favorite musicals)

on sunday, i spent the day with le boyfriend.  we had lunch at paina, then comic book store (constantine #2 is here!!!!!!!!! and batman post death of the family, post requiem), then headed to makiki to see the comrades.
d&j have been busy in terraria for xbox, but personally i like minecraft better.  jojojo and i did some baking- chocolate peanut butter coookies- then headed out for a bikeventure.  my first on the red campy!
where do i go on most of my bikeventures?  shave ice, of course!

ipod photo dump
milk flavor!

ipod photo dump

surprise, it's a camera!

we beat the rain to waiolas but caught it on the way back.  we went at a nice leisurely pace, i think i've been overly worried about having only one speed; it was a short easy ride, and i wasn't too tired to head back uphill.  uncle c was recommending i switch to a 48/16 or 52/18 but i think i'll leave it at 52/16 for now.  if i want an easier ride i can always take out the giant.

so yes, true to my word, i've been moving everyday, even while i'm still in pain from crazy dancing at metric.  in fact, today i biked down school street to liliha area, something diffrent from my usual route to see how long it would take me to get to my new dentists' office.  a note to bike riders, 1520 liliha st. does not have bike racks, boo hoo.  i'm going to have to chain up to a stop sign or something. :(

but i digress...

when we got back, the boys were mostly playing terraria and i showed jojojo portal (the first) for the first time!  what can i say, instant attachment to companion cubes. :D  they will never speak or threaten to stab you.  when i left, she was on lvl 18... i can't wait to see her reaction to the ending!

ipod photo dump

that's my weekend in a nutshell, now back to work, back to school, back to research, back to reality. *sigh* guess it's the hard work that makes the fun times funner, right? :)

one more thing before i go-
mr. phonograph spotted a picture of yummiestars and i at metric concert on nonstop!  don't we look happy?!

the rest of the nonstop pics are fantastic, of course, see them + a video here: http://www.nonstophonolulu.com/blogs/party-pics-metric/ 



what is it like to meet the people who changed your life?
metric is definitely the soundtrack of my world and i have finally got to see them in concert and it was amazing!!!  not only do they sound just as good in person as in recordings but the energy of the whole experience made it 10000000 times better!  and if that wasn't enough...
i also saw it with my best friend, yummiestars! ♡
and we got there early enough to stand in the FRONT ROW.  i mean, i was directly in front of the stage, right in the middle, in front of the amazing emily haines. ♡
and the opening band was alt/air !  ♡  i would go to a concert just to see alt/air so having them both in the same night was perfect!
there was a great mix of songs, several newer ones from synthetica, dead disco from old world, empty from live it out, and several from fantasies.  PLUS, freddy/black sheep (my favorite song!) and they finished up with an acoustic version of the hooks/gimme sympathy.  i was so moved i started crying!  totally didn't expect that!  i was just so happy to be there and i felt like it was one of the most awesome experiences in my life that would probably never happen again... and i just mentally decided that i was going to hold on to this moment forever... and i started crying.  i don't know if it was from joy or sadness of losing the perfect moment- it was just. euphoric.
i love photography; i love to take my camera everywhere and shoot anything and everything.  but after the first time i listened to gimme sympathy i took the song literally.  all the BEST moments of my life... i don't have pictures because i would rather experience it than watch it through glass.
so i have no pictures of this momentous event, just my own memories of a night of music and dancing (ok, i guess one souvenir i have is the pains of mosh pit, haha).
but hey, what are friends for?  helping you do the things you can't:

thanks yummiestars for amazing phone camera! thanks for being there with me (and the yumm yummm food afterwards)!  and thanks emily, joshua, joules, and jimmy for the show!!  hope to see you again someday, somewhere. ♡


my company is hosting a get moving campaign for employees.  you individually or in a team (up to 4) log exercise hours every week.  if you complete 150 minutes each week for 4 weeks you are entered in a prize drawing.
participation requires that you fax your activity log sheet every monday.
also, the campaign takes place during a month where i will be out of town for a week.

ughhhh... too much hassle.
(really, a fax machine?)
instead, i'm going to do my own "moving".
150 minutes is about 25 minutes a day?  sounds do-able, even on non sleeping days!

especially with my shiny, new bicycle. ^___^

i've been riding short distances every day, usually just around pauoa.  i'm like a baby again!  the chain ring is a bit bigger than on my giant- me legs were tired just going to booth park for the first time! :X   also getting used to riding with both feet in the toe clips, haha.  i usually ride the giant with only my right foot strapped so i can hop off at red lights.  left foot, you will learn to be smart and find your place in the pedal! 8| anyway, there are some advantages... with the big ring it's pretty speedy once you get going. :)  i also noticed it's easier to steer with no hands... for some reason i tend to veer to the left when i bike with no hands on the giant. *shrug*


next week i'm planning longer bikeventures, we'll see if i can handle the hills!  my marker is queen emma street- if i can conquer that slope, i'm not worried about biking anywhere else (because i outright refuse to go on auwaiolimu street unless absolutely necessary. *pout* )

this week's library haul... nothing new.  i renewed microcosm again, despite what i said last time, and i also renewed packing for mars.  i am excited to finish it so i can move on to mary roach's newest book, Gulp: Adventures on the Alimentary Canal.

because, you know, i'm all about food and body processes.  i was about to include defecating as another interest but poop is only interesting when it has interesting things in it like campylobacter or white blood cells or parasitic worms. in all other cases, it's just a bunch shedded cells that we don't need.  also, it smells.

i watched all the movies i borrowed.
Atlas shrugged pt. I | story good, acting bad. might have to conquer the book now! fountainhead didn't take too long to read...
Blade Runner | too stylized, wanted to like it more but the clothes and hair were too distracting (i feel the same way about the hunger games movie.  in ten years people will watch it and be like WTF going on with the outfits?!)
12 monkeys | cool idea, i love time travel stories! the psychiatrist reminded me of Harley Quinn.
Adjustment Bureau | i feel like this is strongly related to the dark tower (but in my life, what isn't?!).

in related news, looooooook!  a leukophage!  it's a macrophage that phagocitized a white cell!


my job is cooler than yours.



yes, i already have a bike, don't judge me. :X
a couple months ago i rode a fixed gear for the first time and i couldn't get the idea out of my head.
so i looked at wikibikes for something i could practice on and found a gorgeous, red campagnolo frame!  i really couldn't justify having two bicycles so even after test riding it, i went home empty handed.
but again i couldn't get this idea out of my mind.
it became an obsession.
i was checking every week... sometimes twice a week to see if it was still for sale on the website.
and i would pass by the shop and see if i could still see it in the doorway.
weeks became months and today i had an opportunity to claim it... so i did!

this purchase makes no sense. because there's only one of me and now i have two bikes!  and it has less gears (it has 20 less gears, because it only has one, haha!) than my current bike!

and yet i am so excited to ride it some more, i'm giddy just thinking about it! ^___^


i haven't updated since last month.  because nothing interesting happened.

april will hopefully be more exciting; it will be busier month, to say the least.
i've got several research presentations, metric concert, national medical laboratory week, first dentist appointment in many years, bai san, hawaii geek meet...
some how i will survive.

movies i have borrowed from the library and liked recently:
- primer
- jiro dreams of sushi
- batman dark knight rises (i saw this in the theater and have an extended discussion here: http://www.liquoriceblack.blogspot.com/2012/08/b-is-for-brutus.html)

movies i have borrowed and not watched yet:
- blade runner
- atlas shrugged (pt 1)
- 12 monkeys
- the day

for books, still halfway through all of these books at once:
- packing for mars
- microcosm (about to give up tho, and reborrow it later)
- the enlightened cyclist
- at home

here's my friday5.
answer for yourself or see others' answers here: http://f.riday5.com/?p=772

How do thunder and lightning make you feel?
lightning is fun to watch but i don't like how the atmosphere feels.  usually heavy and muggy.  also, i've seen lightning touch down in the grassy field next to my house and it was scary!  the grass smelled burnt. :/

How do spiders make you feel? 
spiders are fascinating!  i used to catch them in jars and keep them like pets.  i would catch bugs for the spiders to eat too!  fruit flies and small millipedes are the most fun to watch get caught in webs. :D

How do recent threats on America by North Korea make you feel? 
i may regret this in a few weeks but right now i feel like they are empty threats.  N. Korea is not exactly prepared for war.
and since we are on the topic, i would like to say that kim jong un had a great opportunity to turn things around.  the general public had no idea what to expect of this new ruler. if he had gone the complete opposite of the late kim jong il it would not seem like a sign of weakness but rather as a sign of change and great leadership!  it would have been a very convenient time to do this- no one was forced out of position and we had no expectations.  kim jong un had the opportunity to be a hero- the ruler who changed his country and got rid of communism!  a man of progress and support for his people! but instead he is about to make a fool of himself.
just my opinions.  am i interpretting the news wrong?

How concerned are you about having your identity stolen?
i am probably less cautious than i should be.  i just have the trust that someone smarter than me is working on the issues.  however, two things worry me: 1) my parents get chain email and friggen click on every one and forward them around.  i can't get them to stop clicking on these things and one day we might get a phone call from a nigerian prince.  i just know it.  2) i don't trust bitcoin. it's a good theory but i don't trust the security... one accidental click and all your money gone!!

How cautious are you about food spoilage in your refrigerator?
oh, you know old germaphobic me...
but to be honest, my bigger refrigerator problem is keeping things from freezing!  i bet most people don't have to worry whether or not they can make lunch because the eggs or salad or sliced cheese is frozen. i've had frozen poi and frozen carrot sticks.i swear the thermometer is always 2-4ºC but some how things still freeze in there.  :P

and now i leave you with one of the best things i've heard in a long time.  it's from the mouth of my research professor and out of context will have you rolling on the floor with laughter.

"we can't send all of you to the conference, someone has to stay back to feed the clones!"

i'll let you wonder about the implications of that statement.  ;)




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