Take 5, sit back and relax. Enjoy this video...I don't know they use female referee in soccer...I mean when the games were played by guys...This is sexual harassment or accidental...Anyway...love the smile of the referee.
Sunday, October 24, 2010
Saturday, October 23, 2010
Dare to "Torch". It's a bird...it's a plane...no.. it's a "torch". Coming to you on the 29 October 2010...Celcom BlackBerry Torch 9800 exclusively by Celcom. Love at the first sight. One look at this torch, i know it will be as hot a fire torch.
A Malay proverb say "if you don't know, you won't fall in love". So...after knowing her that why I love her.Wanna know her details...Well here goes...She's the first smartphone with a BlackBerry keyboard and full 3.2 inch touch screen. You decide keyboard or touchscreen. She also comes with a 5 MP camera with flash and continuous auto-focus and image stabilization plus 11 photo modes and video recording to capture spontaneous moments. That not all...it comes with 8 GB memory expandable with a micro SD card, and integrated social feeds. So...tweeters and facebook diehard...you wont miss any tweet or facebook updates after this.
Celcom BlackBerry Torch 9800 keep you connected via email, mobile internet anytime, anywhere. It allows you to receive emails from your personal and business accounts, receive and open email attachment, browse through your favorite site and stay in touch with our loved ones through instant messaging, mobile calls and much much more.
Celcom Blackberry gives you the best deals in town and the widest coverage wherever you go. With the Celcom Exec 50 plan, where you can get connected with Celcom from as low as only RM50 a month! Check out some of the benefits you’ll get with the plan:
- 15 sen call rate to any number. Nothing complicated; just a simple rate to all numbers
- Automatic discounts every month.
- Talk more, save more. The more you use, the more discounts of up to 30% every month
- Low monthly commitment of only RM50.
- FREE Celcom Broadband Basic Plan for 1 month with speeds of up to 384 Kbps
With this difficult to resist offer...why wait. Be the first 100 customers to pre-register and purchase the new BlackBerry Torch 9800 today to enjoy the early bird promotion exclusively with Celcom Exec Postpaid Plan. Early birds will get the free : Jabra Bluetooth Headset worth RM125, 8GB Micro SD Card worth RM68 and Energizer Portable worth RM58.
I just can't wait for my date this 28 October 2010 with my Celcom BlackBerry Torch 9800. The day when I can get amazing deals with the BlackBerry Torch if I sign up with Celcom. Deals is on that date only. So mark your calendar and be there. A lot of fun activities and prizes and giveaway awaits. Stay ahead with BlackBerry on Celcom - the fastest, widest, clearest mobile network!
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
(Image from Utusan Malaysia)
FU*K you lah Hafiz Hashim... I still don't get it. Well listen up you all...and listen to this carefully...HAFIZ HASHIM lost to P.Kashap of India in the Commonwealth Games, Delhi 2010....I repeat...HAFIZ HASHIM lost to P.Kashap of India.
I don't want to know your ranking but loosing to P. Kashap, ranked only 32...OMG...What else can I say... a total disappointment! Because of you, there will not be an all-Malaysian singles final for the first time since the 1990 Auckland Commonwealth Games.Big news in India when their player defeated Hafiz Hashim but I should say that if they follow closely Hafiz Hashim...no big deal as he has been loosing to all lower ranked player in every game he played.
The fact that Hafiz is now not even good enough for a Commonwealth Games medal shows just how drastic his drop has become and one wonders just how long more is the BA of Malaysia (BAM)willing to invest in a player who is showing no signs of being able to turn his career around. Come on BAM...wake up....WAKE UP!...
Asian Games will be on its way. China and Indonesia will definitely have their player there. Will Hafiz HAshim will be there also. I hope not. Will BAM give him another chance (after so many chances given. I beg you BAM, after not being able to contribute a singles medal in Delhi...please drop this fellow. We don't want a free loader on board.
Hafiz Hashim is now a liability to BAM and yet BAM still want to use him...what charm has Hafiz use to get his ticket on board. There are so many young talent that BAM can choose....so start focusing on younger players. Even though they may not win in their first appearance but given adequate opportunities...they may rise to the occasion. At least we will not be heart sick with the series of losing given by Hafiz Hashim.
So, Hafiz Hashim...do not wait until people tell you...FU*K off only then you step down. Its time to go...may be raising cattle in Kelantan would be more suitable for you.
Monday, October 11, 2010
Well, like it or not, we called Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor as an astronaut. Why not?. He has been to Space...and to me as long he has been out of of this world...he is called an astronaut.
Confusion..Confusion....Dr. Sheikh Muszaphar roled aboard Soyuz and the ISS is referred to as a spaceflight participant in English-language Russian Federal Space Agency and NASA documents and press briefings.
Spaceflight participant is the term used by National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the Russian Federal Space Agency (RKA) for people who travel aboard space missions coordinated by those agencies who are not part of the crew. The term serves to distinguish tourists and other special travelers from the career astronauts.
The Expedition 16 crew members pose for a portrait at the Johnson Space Center. From the left (front row) are Russia's Federal Space Agency cosmonaut Yuri Malenchenko, flight engineer and Soyuz commander; astronaut Peggy Whitson, commander; and Malaysian spaceflight participant Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor. From the left (back row) are European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Léopold Eyharts, astronaut Garrett Reisman and astronaut Dan Tani, all flight engineers.
(Photo from NASA website)
As far as we and all people of Malaysia is concern...whatever term you are using...Dr. Sheikh Muszaphar is the Malaysian Hero and kids look up to him. He is our astronaut in our heart. Even my son want to be like him someday...a handsome astronaut...
Sunday, October 10, 2010
P.Ramlee...need not an introduction in Malay film industries. From small kids boys or girls, teenager to mum and dad, the will not stop watching his movie when aired on Astro. This month (October) is the month of remembering P.Ramlee, the greatest Malaysian artist, a director, singer, comedian, musician, script writer, composer and etc...you name it. That's what the "P" stand for if you translate it in Bahasa Malaysia (director -Pengarah, singer - Penyanyi, comedian -Pelawak..etc). Are you all following me? Ok..good. To those who don't know who is P. Ramlee...here some photos of him and his biography in brief.
Ramlee was born Teuku Zakaria bin Teuku Nyak Puteh to Teuku Nyak Puteh bin Teuku Karim and Che Mah Hussein at his grandmother's house (now opened as P. Ramlee House) in Counter Hall (now renamed as Jalan P. Ramlee), Penang, Malaysia. Teuku Zakaria - P Ramlee's birth name. 'Teuku' is a title for descendants of noble families from Aceh of Sumatra, Indonesia. His father Teuku Nyak Puteh was a sailor from Lho' Seumawe in the province of Aceh, Indonesia.
During his career he directed and acted in sixty-six films, and had more than 300 songs to his credit. Among his films that received awards are:
* Best Musical Score for Hang Tuah — Third Asian Film Festival, Hong Kong (1956)
* Best Male Actor for Anak-ku Sazali (My son, Sazali) — Fourth Asian Film Festival, Tokyo (1957)
* Best Comedy Film for Nujum Pak Belalang (The Fortune Teller) — Seventh Asian Film Festival, Tokyo (1960)
* Most Versatile Talent for Ibu Mertua Ku (My Mother In-law) — Tenth Asian Film Festival, Tokyo (1963)
* Best Comedy Film for Madu Tiga (Three Wives) — Eleventh Asian Film Festival, Taipei (1964)
His final film was Laksamana Do Re Mi on 1972 and last songs and lyrics was Ayer Mata Di Kuala Lumpur on 1973 before his death.
(Info from Wikipedia Encyclopedia)
When I heard Era Radio is bringing Musli Ramlee to their studio...
Friday, October 8, 2010
How to make money online? This I got to figure out. I still can remember the day when I was conned to join "Blogstarz" and I spent a lot in it. First the members fees...get my own laptop...pay first for my friends to join me (end up not paying me), make photocopies of the flyer and distributing them. My daughter and son actually help me to put it on peoples car windscreen etc.
(Image from http://muzzafarsalleh.com)
Tuesday, October 5, 2010
Nothing more memorable and joyful other than the proud feeling when you hear the "Negaraku" aired in the stadium. I guess this is what Amirul Hamizan Ibrahim, our national weighlifter felt when he secured Malaysia first gold medal in the Commonwealth Games 2010 in Delhi, India.
Amirul, cleared weights of 116kg in the Snatch, 141kg in the Clean & Jerk to accumulate a total weight of 257kg for the gold while India's Sukhen Dey, 21 managed 252kg for the silver with lifts of 112kg (Snatch) and 140kg (Clean & Jerk) and he can claim his title as "Badang" again.
Well...nothing else to say but "congratulation" to you Amirul....you deserve it...and when they play our "Negaraku" song...we knew that you have made us proud!
Sunday, October 3, 2010
Here's a riddle...apart from the fish, the jellyfish, the squid, the oysters...who else live in the sea? None other than Spongebob Squarepants and friends....
(Photo from googles image)
I was waken up this morning by a song....actually not really a song....call it the theme song for Spongebob cartoon...damn....what a nuisance....disturbing me on Sunday.
What's so special about this Spongebob....I was about to switch off my TV...hmm...maybe I just can see a little bit... 5 minutes gone...maybe a few minutes more....and you know what?, I watched Spongebob until the end.
I was on my way back home and saw this glimpse of a sight. Nothing wrong with the car. But if you see it properly the car was actually breaking the law. The rule is that you cant park your car there even on the road shoulder...right? Wrong....haha...as long as you car is a police car you are in the right....Whilst we understand that there are limited space to park a car in Kuala Lumpur but that is not an excuse to do so.