Sunday, September 28, 2008

Dramatic night race...


There's more to F1 than just fast cars and big money tickets. Behind the scenes, there's big brains involved when it comes to making critical decisions. The commentator mentioned Game's Theory, also known as the Prisoners' Dilemma and really, it's analyzing, speculating and strategizing at its best!


Anyways, recess week is coming to an end. Recess week seems like the moment when the safety car comes on..... and the pace of a fast-paced race is slowed down to a nice slow pace. One could decide to change tyres and add more fuel or one could just cruise through the track till the race resumes once more.

I must say that i did cruise through my "safety car" week and changed a couple of tyres and added a lil bit of fuel. Not too sure whether i'm in a good position when it's business as usual but hey, I know im in a great shape mentally. There's still a couple of 'could have' and 'should have' that's playing at the back of my head but nothing significant that i'm regretting.

Safety car's gone. I can hear the engines revving up. I'm good to go....
46 more laps.

3 comments:

TheHoopoe said...

it is in the continuing the race ...
it is in the way you land, and not in the manner you fall :)

farhanah said...

ali!

jangan countdown la to the end of sch. the more u count, the longer it will be.Really!

Just go with the flow, and when u noe it,u just ended the last paper for the exams :)

marzuki said...

ok...but i dun feel tt way. Knowing the no. of days i have to my first paper serves as a constant reminder of exactly how short a time i have left.

This will then push me to put that tiny bit of effort whenever im feeling as if i got all the time in the world.

GOing with the flow, a sampan would take far too long a time to reach the end compared to a speedboat. I'm a sampan, and i need to do more than just go with the flow. I nd to the extra push to go slightly faster to catch up with those speedboats =)