So as I mentioned I will be spending a month in Singapore. To understand my journey here, please follow this quasi-constructed math problem.
Take 350,000 remaining air miles divide it by the risk of airline failure and multiply it by amount of built up wanderlust.
Now take the resulting figure and minus all the extra cost due to the loss in valuation of the US dollar and add that to the square root of all the four letter words I have for the Bush administration as the cause of this.
Now carry the one, why so, no clue, just do it. The remaining amount you have now is the diminished luggage weight limit which you them multiply but ever increasing airline fees.
So minus lots of items you leave behind but do add and double the cost of all the items you have to buy and now triple that figure for all the weight increase fees you will pay while going home.
Almost there, so now take the remaining amount and divide by the hours of pre-packing to solve the prior variables. Then minus the small integer of the mere 3hrs of sleep the night before of the flight which is then added to 17hrs of combined flight time plus an additional 7 1/2hrs of layover carefully factored by the damage done by airplane food.
Finally when your remaining value is completely exhausted by too much drag coefficient and it's time to recover the lost data but not before an unexpected variable designed to enhance your stay value at the hotel points out you have gained mass since your last expression. At this point the whole thing simply crashes & you wish you could reboot & start again.
So there's the mathematical expression of the start of my Singapore trip. Sigh!
Note, my private blog will be coming back to life in all it's less polite value hopefully tomorrow assuming the other brain lobe recovers enough. Until till tomorrow, end of line. (note: extreme geek reference)