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Thursday, April 30, 2009

"Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster" I Gotcha!!!!!

At last I got my self FADS!!!




I put a new pickguard on... Original Fender Ages Pearloid...



Monday, April 27, 2009

Ryan Giggs: PFA Player of the Year

We take a detailed look at the distinguished career of one of Manchester United's most successful and beloved players.

1973: Born Ryan Joseph Wilson on November 29 in Cardiff.

1990: Signs as a trainee with Manchester United in July and then as a professional at the start of December.

1991: Adopts mother's maiden name and becomes Ryan Giggs.

March - Makes United debut aged 17 as a substitute against Everton. Two months later he scores the winner against Manchester City at Old Trafford on his full debut.

October - Becomes the youngest footballer to represent Wales when he plays against Germany in Nuremberg aged 17 years and 322 days.

November - Wins his first piece of silverware with United as the Reds beat Red Star Belgrade to lift the UEFA Super Cup.

1992: Helps United lift League Cup and that season is voted PFA Young Player of the Year.

1993: Becomes first player to be named PFA Young Player of the Year twice.

Member of United side which ends the club's 26-year wait to win the league title.

1994: Helps United win the Premier League and FA Cup double for the first time in the club's history.

1996: Helps the Reds win the double for a second time.

1997: Wins a third league title in four years and in October scores a memorable goal in their 3-2 Champions League victory over Juventus at Old Trafford.

1998: Injures his hamstring in February and is out for six weeks as United finish the season empty-handed.

1999: Scores stunning winner in United's epic FA Cup semi-final replay victory over Arsenal at Villa Park in April. Helps the Reds complete an historic treble of European Cup, Premier League and FA Cup.

2000: Wins his sixth Premier League winners' medal in eight years.

2001: Collects his seventh league championship and 12th major honour in total.

July - Signs a new five-year contact worth around £50,000 a week. Sent off for the first time in his career for two bookable offences as Wales crash 3-2 in Norway.

2002: April: Describes United's Champions League semi-final defeat by Bayer Leverkusen as the "low point" of his career. United finish third in Premier League.

August 23: Nets 100th goal for United in all competitions with the team's second goal in league game at Chelsea.

2003: May - United are crowned champions again.

September - Giggs, along with Cristiano Ronaldo, charged with improper conduct by the Football Association following his involvement in confrontations with Arsenal players after a goalless draw at Old Trafford.

November - Giggs elbows Russia's Vadim Evseev in Euro 2004 play-off in Moscow, prompting the Russian football association to call for an immediate ban.

December - Giggs fined £7,500 and warned as to his future conduct at an FA disciplinary hearing into Old Trafford fracas. Then suspended for two matches for Evseev incident.

2004: May - United finish third in the table but Giggs lines up in the 3-0 FA Cup final victory over Millwall.

2005: May - Signs two-year contract extension, taking him through to June 2007: February - Scores the only goal as United defeat Lille in the Champions League last-16 first leg, curling home a quickly-taken free-kick as home goalkeeper Tony Sylva lined up his wall. The French side appeared to briefly contemplate a walk-off in protest and later appealed to UEFA claiming the goal should not have stood.

May 6 - Wins ninth Premier League title with Manchester United.

May 30 - Announces retirement from international football.

October 16 - Signs new contract until end of June 2009.

2008: May 11 - Equals Sir Bobby Charlton's appearance record for the club when he plays his 758th game against Wigan.

May 21 - Breaks Sir Bobby Charlton's record after coming on as a substitute - and scoring a penalty in the dramatic shoot-out - as Manchester United beat Chelsea in the Champions League final.

2009: February 12 - Signs new deal with United, committing him to the club until June 2010.

April 26 - Voted Professional Footballers' Association player of the year.

Manchester United Greatest Comback!!!!!

Last Saturday MU VS Spurs was the greatest match I ever watch...
A controversial penalty and sensational second-half fightback helped MU beat Spurs to retain the top spot in the Premier League.

Spurs was hunting their first win at Old Trafford for 20 years... With Jemain Defoe back in London following the death of his half-brother, Bent lead the front line. Vedran Corluka curled in a cross from the right and Bent got better of Rio Ferdinand to crash home his 17th goal of the season from six yards.

Spurs went 2-0 up moments later when Modric converted Aaron Lennon's cross at the far post after the winger had jinked his way past Patrice Evra on the right.

SAF replaced the lackluster Nani with the far more industrious Carlos Tevez. Two minutes later, Carrick burst into the bos and nipped the ball around Gomes, who was rules to have tripped Carrick as he dived at the ball. The Spurs player and Harry Redknapp was not happy with Haward Webb's decision.

But they were powerless to stop CR7 from reducing the deficit from the penalty spot. Then come the equalizer from Rooney. Rooney blasted home from outside the box after Rafael and Berbatov had combined to set up Rooney.

Minutes later, MU were in front. Rooney crossing from the left for CR7 to head home their third goal.

The misery continue for Spurs as Rooney make it 4-2 when his volley from CR7's delicate cross crept over the line despite the scrambled efforts of Woodgate.

All the four goals were score in just 14 minutes. The fifth goal arrived coutesy of the boot of former Spurs player Berbatov.

His initial header was saves by Gomes, but the Bulgarian stabbed home the loose ball to cap a remarkable afternoon.

Player of the match: Wayne Rooney.

Friday, April 24, 2009

Apple iPhone 3G

Been away from this blog for a while. Busy with work and iPhone.

At last I got my self an Apple iPhone 3G. I know i have iPod touch already. I recently i got a second no. so i don wan to carry 2 phone and iPod touch. I only have 2 pocket. Y send no? because I got my self a job and the company give me this no. Been searcing around for cheap 2nd hand iPhone. I can't afford a new 1. Maxis package for me is expensive so it totally out. The best place to look to 2nd hand iPhone is at Low Yat forum. after searching for 2 week, i found 1 with a very good deal. How much for it? Normally 2nd hand is around 1800 to 2000 but I get it at super low price which I won't tell here.. Wanna know come talk to me.

Been using iPod touch before so very easy for me to get use to it. There are few disadvantage of using iPhone. You can't file transfer using bluetooth. But I found away to use bluetooth to file transfer. You need to jailbreak ur iPhone and download this program called iBluetooth from Cydia. You also cannot forward message, send business card, and few more. But all this can be done by installing 3rd party software. The battery can only last me for 1 days only.

Where is my iPod touch now?
I give it to my sister. So everyone have an iPod touch now. Dad, sis, Simon and me.
Go and get urself and iPod touch or iPhone today. You love it.

Picture I will post it up later as I very busy this few days.

Going to KL this weekend.

That all for now....

Sunday, April 12, 2009

Who is Federico "Kiko" MacHeda?

2Goal from 2 Premier League start.Is he the Next Super Sub? Who is he?

Federico "Kiko" Macheda (born 22 August 1991) is an Italian footballer who plays as a striker for English club Manchester United. He joined Manchester United from Lazio in September 2007.

Born in Rome, Macheda began his football career with local side Lazio. However, due to Italian football regulations preventing under-18s from signing professional contracts, he was not permanently tied to the club, and shortly after his 16th birthday, he was signed by Manchester United of England, where regulations permit the signing of players aged 16 and up.[1] Following his family's relocation to England, he officially joined the club as a trainee on 16 September 2007, and began a three-year scholarship in the club's Academy.

He went straight into the Manchester United Under-18 side, and scored the only goal of the game on his debut, a 1–0 away win over Barnsley on 15 September 2007.In his first season with the club, he finished as the Under-18s' top scorer with a total of 12 goals in 21 appearances for the under-18s, and even made his debut for the reserves on 26 February 2008, when he came on as a 68th-minute substitute for Gerard Piqué in a 2–0 away defeat to Liverpool.On 12 May 2008, Macheda earned a Manchester Senior Cup winners' medal when he was named as an unused substitute for the 2–0 win over Bolton Wanderers in the final.

Macheda signed his first professional contract with Manchester United on his 17th birthday in August 2008.In the 2008–09 season, he continued in the under-18 side, while also making a few appearances for the reserves. Towards the end of the season, Macheda enjoyed an extended run in the reserve team, scoring eight goals in eight games, including a hat-trick against Newcastle United on 30 March 2009,and he was rewarded by being selected for the first team for the match against Aston Villa on 5 April 2009.[8] With United 2–1 down heading into the final third of the game, manager Alex Ferguson substituted Macheda for Nani just after the hour mark. After Cristiano Ronaldo equalised for United in the 80th minute, Macheda won the match with a turn to evade his marker followed by a curling effort from just inside the area in the third minute of injury time.

Macheda was named on the bench for United's next two games – first against Porto in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final,and then against Sunderland in the league – making his second appearance for the club in the latter game. Just 46 seconds after taking to the field in place of Dimitar Berbatov, Macheda had the ball in the back of the net for the second time in his United career, deflecting a Michael Carrick shot past Craig Gordon in the Sunderland goal.

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Jason Mraz -I'm Yours

Well you done done me and you bet I felt it
I tried to be chill but you're so hot that I melted
I fell right through the cracks
and now I'm trying to get back
Before the cool done run out
I'll be giving it my best test
Nothing's going to stop me but divine intervention
I reckon it's again my turn to win some or learn some

I won't hesitate no more, no more
It cannot wait, I'm yours

Well open up your mind and see like me
Open up your plans and damn you're free
Look into your heart and you'll find love love love
Listen to the music of the moment maybe sing with me
A lá peaceful melody
It's your God-forsaken right to be loved love loved love loved

So I won't hesitate no more, no more
It cannot wait I'm sure
There's no need to complicate
Our time is short
This is our fate, I'm yours

I've been spending way too long checking my tongue in the mirror
And bending over backwards just to try to see it clearer
My breath fogged up the glass
And so I drew a new face and laughed
I guess what I'ma saying is there ain't no better reason
To rid yourself of vanity and just go with the seasons
It's what we aim to do
Our name is our virtue

I won't hesitate no more, no more
It cannot wait I'm sure
There's no need to complicate
Our time is short
this is our fate, I'm yours

Well no no, well open up your mind and see like me
Open up your plans and damn you're free
Look into your heart and you'll find the sky is yours
Listen to the music of the moment come and dance with me
A lá one big family (2nd time: A lá happy family; 3rd time: A lá peaceful melody)
It's your God-forsaken right to be loved love love love

I won't hesitate no more, no more
It cannot wait, I'm sure
There's no need to complicate
Our time is short
This is our fate, I'm yours

No please, don't complicate
Our time is short
This is our fate, I'm yours

No please, don't hesitate
no more, no more
It cannot wait
The sky is your's!