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Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Garage Sale 2010

1) DDR Ram

Apacer 256MB DDR PC3200 CL2.5 -----> RM30 (2 unit)
Apacer 512MB DDR PC2700 CL2.5 -----> RM40 (1 unit)

2) Panasonic KX-P145ML Printer Ribbon -----> RM 5 (2 unit)

3) Ernie Ball Guitar Strap -----> RM10

4 Panda Antivirus Pro 2009 (3 User) -----> RM80
note: Serial No can be use on 2010/2011 version

5) Vox AmPlug AC30 ------> RM120

more to come!!

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Been accused and Backstab

Yesterday heard a news from a friend that he been accused of something that he have not done.

It not just something small but something that put his reputation on state.

According him, someone tell in front of alot of people in a meeting that he saw my friend doing something "not good" (I will not review it here) in Church.

The church leader meet up with my friend and ask him about it. My friend say he don't do it. The church tell my friend to step down from the ministry he serve in so that he will not stumble other people.

My friend was very mad at this that he and his wife have a counseling session with the church leader. Nothing have come out from there.

Currently my friend have make the decision to step down from the ministry as he feel that he been accused and back stab by someone. Should the church leader investigate this matter and not just make assumption that the backstabber is correct and did not listen to my friend.

I been friend with him from 3-4 years already. I never seen him doing the "not good" thing.

I feel very sad that I will be missing one of my good partner in the ministry.

"My Friend, take this time to rest and I will wait for you to come back to the ministry and together ww serve the Lord."

Take Care My Friend!!


Sunday, August 15, 2010

Praise and Worship Cover

Praise and Worship cover by

Piano: Alyssa
Electric Guitar: Lionel
Bass Guitar: Joey
Drum: Nigel

Thank You Lord

Only God Like You

How Can I Keep On Singing


Worthy Is The Lamb

Great Is Sufficient For Me

To God Be The Glory

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

'Beautiful Saviour' Planetshakers

Jesus, Beautiful Saviour,
God of all Majesty,
Risen king,
Lamb of God,
Holy and righteous,
Blessed redeemer,
Bright morning star

All the heavens shout your praise,
All creation bow to worship You

How wonderful, how beautiful,
Name above every name, exalted high
How wonderful, how beautiful,
Jesus your name, name above every name, Jesus

I will sing forever, Jesus I love you, Jesus I love you

Thursday, July 29, 2010


No point using limited life to chase unlimited money.

No point earning so much money you cannot live to spend it.

Money is not yours until you spend it.

When you are young, you use your health to chase your wealth;when you are old, you use your wealth to buy back your health. Difference is that, it is too late.

How happy a man is, is not how much he has but how little he needs.

No point working so hard to provide for the people you have no time to spend with.

Remember this -- We come to this world with nothing, we leave this world with nothing!
Sue Divine
Forgiveness is the final form of love




Friday, July 23, 2010

A.C. Ryan's Playon!HD Mini

I just got this HD Media Player...

A.C. Ryan's Playon!HD Mini (ACR-PV73200P+)

AC Ryan has been one of the leading producers of quality cabling & accessories for international companies since 1992. The establishment of the modding product line in 2002 led to the international brand awareness of AC Ryan. Known for innovation and quality, never afraid to break new grounds, AC Ryan instantly became a favorite of promodders and advanced users. Pioneering the revolutionary CableFREE concept, introducing Connectx connector modding system, advancing the FlexSleeving craze, infecting half the modworld with UVactive Fever... there's no doubt AC Ryan leads the way. To this day, modders around the world still use AC Ryan ProModding products to give their award winning casemods the final touch.

Newest High Definition standard integrating digital audio & video. Full HD and supports up to 1080p for maximum picture clarity.

NAS Network HDD / Media Player
Turns any external USB device into a NAS Network Drive, making it accessible via network. Plays / streams audio, video, image media from any device on your network.

Playback more video formats
Have the best of both worlds, play back popular video formats like MKV and RMVB in the highest resolution possible! Extensive list of supported video formats below.

Unique passive Cooling Heatsink = Completely Silent
Due to the high heat from the Realtek processor chip, other brands without proper cooling will run into heat problems or fan noise and / or stability problems.

Internet Radio
Once connected to the internet, you will be able to listen to your favourite Internet Radio SHOUTcast stations.

USB2.0 Host ports
Play back your files directly from External storage without going through PC, supports 2 x USB2.0 Host ports for 2 USB devices.

A/V Streaming via UPNP
A built-in UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) client has been integrated on the system, which enables the player to auto-detect UPnP Media Servers on the network to browse and stream media files from them.

Regular firmware update
As always, AC Ryan strives to enhance user experience and the Playon!HD Mini is a product of the most active firmware development team, regularly releasing firmware updates with new and unique features that make AC Ryan the market leader.

This are the format that it can support

This is the content inside the box

* 1x AC Ryan Playon!HD Mini
* 2x AA Battery
* 1x Remote Control
* 1x FREE AC Ryan HDMI 1.3 quality cable (2m)
* 1x composite A/V Cable
* 1x AC Adaptor
* 1x Power Cord
* 1x User Manual

All the connector is on the back of the device

from left to right: power input, LAN, HDMI 1.3, Component and Composite video output, 2 USB port and Digital Optical Audio Output

The Video and Audio quality is good. I have no complain. Will post the picture quality later.

Monday, July 12, 2010

South Africa Fifa World Cup 2010 is over!!

Everyone life can resume now. No more sleeping at 5 in the morning.
Spain win the World Cup for the 1st time. (At last a bright shining star on the jersey)

The Final game this morning between Netherlands and Spain was a abit underwhelming. Final game is always like that as both team have too much pressure and don wants to make mistake. When there nerves, missed chances will happen. Golden Boot contender David Villa was one of them.

The biggest disappointment for the Final Match is not the player from both team but the referee Mr. Webb.... He make some shocking decision against both team.

I think Netherlands suffer the worst... Mr. Puyol should have gotten a second yellow card for pulling back Mr. Robben. Not Awarding a corner to Netherlands then the final ball deflected off the Spain wall add to the frustration of the Netherlands player. Even worst Spain scored on the next play.

It was a rough game from the 1st minute. A flying kick by Nigel De Jong on Alonso look like wrestling match more then football match.

With the amount of yellow card show by Mr. Webb sure someone will get send off..And it happen in the 111th minute where John Heitinga got send off and the Orange down with 10 men.

This is when Spain take advantage, Iniesta score a superb goal set up by Cesc Fabregas who come on as substitute. Iniesta was name the Man of the Match

Spain now proudly hold both the Euro 2008 and FIFA 2010 World Cup.

Friday, July 9, 2010

Memo from God

Reference: LIFE
I am God. Today I will be handling all of your problems. Please remember that I do not need your help.
If life happens to deliver a situation to you that you cannot handle, do not attempt to resolve it. Kindly put it in the SFGTD (something for God to do) box. All situations will be resolved, but in My time, not yours.

Once the matter is placed into the box, do not hold onto it by worrying about it. Instead, focus on all the wonderful things that are present in your life now.

If you find yourself stuck in traffic; Don't despair. There are people in this world for whom driving is an unheard of privilege.

Should you have a bad day at work; Think of the man who has been out of work for years.

Should you despair over a relationship gone bad; Think of the person who has never known what it's like to love and be loved in return.

Should you grieve the passing of another weekend; Think of the woman in dire straits, working twelve hours a day, seven days a week to feed her children.

Should your car break down, leaving you miles away from assistance; Think of the paraplegic who would love the opportunity to take that walk.

Should you notice a new gray hair in the mirror; Think of the cancer patient in chemo who wishes she had hair to examine.

Should you find yourself at a loss and pondering what is life all about, asking what is my purpose? Be thankful. There are those who didn't live long enough to get the opportunity.

Should you find yourself the victim of other people's bitterness, ignorance, smallness or insecurities; Remember, things could be worse. You could be one of them!

Should you decide to send this to a friend; Thank you, you may have touched their life in ways you will never know

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Just LOVE me for who I am

One evening last week, my girlfriend and I were getting into bed. Well, the passion starts to heat up, and she eventually says, 'I don't feel like it, I just want you to hold me.'

I said, 'WHAT??!! What was that?!'

So she says the words that every boyfriend on the planet dreads to hear...

'You're just not in touch with my emotional needs as a woman enough for me to satisfy your physical needs as a man.'

She responded to my puzzled look by saying, 'Can't you just love me for who I am and not what I do for you in the bedroom?'

Realizing that nothing was going to happen that night, I went to sleep.

The very next day I opted to take the day off of work to spend time with her. We went out to a nice lunch and then went shopping at a big, big unnamed department store. I walked around with her while she tried on several different very expensive outfit s. She couldn't decide which one to take, so I told her we'd just buy them all. She wanted new shoes to compliment her new clothes, so I said, 'Lets get a pair for each outfit.'

We went on to the jewelry department where she picked out a pair of diamond earrings. Let me tell you... she was so excited. She must have thought I was one wave short of a shipwreck. I started to think she was testing me because she asked for a tennis bracelet when she doesn't even know how to play tennis

I think I threw her for a loop when I said, 'That's fine, honey.' She was almost nearing sexual satisfaction from all of the excitement. Smiling with excited anticipation, she finally said, 'I think this is all
dear, let's go to the cashier.'

I could hardly contain myself when I blurted out, 'No honey, I don't feel like it.'

Her face just went completely blank as her jaw dropped with a baffled, 'WHAT?'

I then said, 'Honey! I just want you to HOLD this stuff for a while. You're just not in touch with my financial needs as a man enough for me to satisfy your shopping needs as a woman.'

And just when she had this look like she was going to kill me, I added, 'Why can't you just love me for who I am and not for the things I buy you?'

Apparently I'm not having sex tonight either....but at least she knows I'm smarter than her!

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Quarter Final

World Cup 2010 is moving into Quarter Final. After seeing "Eng Kok" lose to "Teik Kok" 4-1 is kind of sad. "Eng Kok" play badly. Is it FC fault or the Player fault? Hmmm...

There will be 2 days of resting before the Quarter Final start.

1st match Ned VS Bra
2nd match Uru VS Gha
3rd Match Arg VS Ger
4th match Par VS Esp

So who will be going into Semi-Final?
this is my prediction

Uru VS Bra
Arg VS Esp

So this next 2 day will get alot of sleep and gear up for the Quarter Final....

Sunday, June 27, 2010

Can "Eng Kok" beat "Teik Kok"????

With the like of "Huat Kok" and "EE Ta Li" already out of World Cup during group stage, will "Eng Kok" follow "Han Kok" and "Bee Kok" pack bag go home on round 16?

So Who is the player to watch and key battle in this "Eng Kok" VS "Teik Kok"

England player to watch:
Jermain Defoe. With only one goal against a major nation, and that being in an international friendly against Netherlands, questions remain over Defoe's pedigree on the biggest of stages. Goals against Andorra, Kahzakstan and Trinidad & Tobago and all well and good, but Germany will not allow the same time and space. His match-winning performance against Slovenia provided a timely boost, and his ability to shake off the shackles of the German back line may shape England's hopes.

Germany player to watch: Miroslav Klose. Second only to Gerd Muller in Germany's all-time scoring chart, Klose went into the finals with questions to answer after a dismal season with Bayern Munich. A goal in the first game against Australia relieved some of the pressure but he was then controversially sent off against Serbia. England have yet to face a quality forward yet in the finals, with Robert Green's gaffe against USA the only goal conceded, and despite Klose's troubles, he is a tournament performer and his display could be the difference.

Key battle: Germany's left-back v James Milner. The fact that we do not know if Badstuber, Boateng, Jansen or even Lahm will play on the left for Germany must pose problems for Low's organisation at the back. After playing like a rabbit in the headlights against USA, Milner was dangerous on the wing against Slovenia and provided the cross for Defoe to guide home the winner. If Milner can again impress, up against Germany's "problem position", England's forwards may have plenty to feed off.

Stats: England have played Germany four times at the World Cup, and each game has finished level after 90 minutes, with three extending to extra-time and one being decided on penalty kicks. England have taken 29 corners so far in the World Cup - more than any other team after the end of the group stage.

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Switzerland stun Spain

Gelson Fernandes' scrappy second-half goal gave Switzerland a shock 1-0 victory over World Cup favourites Spain

Man of the Match: Stephan Lichtsteiner
- The Lazio defender epitomised everything about this organised, outstanding Switzerland display. Throwing himself in front of everything - none more so than his excellent diving header to clear a corner in injury time - Lichtsteiner was a rock.

Spain verdict:
Without doubt Spain were brilliant, playing with style and the kind of attacking pace we have seldom seem so far at this World Cup. They would surely have won just about any other match. That doesn't change the result, one which puts them in serious danger of finishing no better than second in the group and a much-feared date with Brazil in the second round. Spain v Chile on the final group day now looks huge.

Switzerland verdict:
Yes, Spain were good, but Switzerland produced an outstanding defensive performance to keep out one of the most complete attacking line-ups in the World. The Swiss, with Honduras and Chile still to play, appear almost certain to go through now and after this display they will deserve it. Superb.

Could do better: David Villa.
He fluffed his lines in the first half and then seemed off the pace after that. While he is used to playing as the lone striker in international football, he looked lost at the Durban Stadium. The top scorer at Euro 2008 will have to find his scoring boots to dig Spain out of this hole.

Stat attack:
Spain created more chances on goal (24) without scoring than any other team in this World Cup.

Taken from

Monday, June 14, 2010


As u watch the live world cup match on tv u will hear sound like bee or air honk. It very unpleasant to the ear.

World Cup organising committee head Danny Jordaan on Sunday did not rule out banning vuvuzelas, the noisy plastic trumpets which have proved a hit with fans in South Africa but threaten to deafen players and viewers alike.

Criticism of the vuvuzelas has been almost as loud as the instruments themselves with broadcasting companies complaining the din is almost drowning out commentary.
"We've tried to get some order," said Jordaan.

"We have asked for no vuvuzelas during national anthems or during stadium announcements. I know it's a difficult question," he added, saying that "we're trying to manage the best we can.

"We heard from the broadcasters and individuals and it's something we are evaluating on an on-going base.

Jordaan told the BBC in an interview that he had to consider the option of banning the trumpets.

"If there are grounds to do so, yes," he said, asked if a ban was an option.
France captain Patrice Evra said the incessant noise was a factor in his side's poor display in their draw with Uruguay.

According to Evra: "We can't sleep at night because of the vuvuzelas. People start playing them from 6 a.m. We can't hear one another out on the pitch because of them," the Frenchman added.

Jordaan said: "I would prefer singing" and called on fans to chant instead.
"In the days of the struggle (against apartheid) we were singing, all through our history. It's our ability to sing that inspired and drove the emotions."

The organizer should ban the vuvuzela.

Friday, June 11, 2010

Google gets a Caffeine injection

GOOGLE has launched a new search indexing system that provides consumers with "50% fresher" web search results.

The real-time infused indexing system, Caffeine, will help users find content that has recently appeared on the Web.

Caffeine will help link searchers with current news stories, blog posts, real-time updates or forum comments that are more relevant to their search queries than the three-week-old webpage the indexing system might have returned in the past.
"When you search Google, you're not searching the live Web. Instead you're searching Google's index of the Web which, like the list in the back of a book, helps you pinpoint exactly the information you need," said Carrie Grimes, Google software engineer.

"Expectations for search are higher than they used to be," adds Grimes. "Searchers want to find the latest relevant content and publishers expect to be found the instant they publish."

Google said it created Caffeine to fill users' growing need to be connected with up-to-date, real-time content.

To provide fresher results, Google changed the way they indexed the Web, analysing webpages in small portions on a continuous basis instead of refreshing large portions of their index every couple of weeks.

For consumers, this means that Google's search results will help them find new information on existing pages plus information on newly published pages, much faster.
For web publishers, it means that their newly added content will appear on Google faster than ever before.

Caffeine, however, will not change the way in which Google ranks its pages.
"We've built Caffeine with the future in mind," says Grimes. "Not only is it fresher, it's a robust foundation that makes it possible for us to build an even faster and comprehensive search engine that scales with the growth of information online, and delivers even more relevant search results to you. So stay tuned, and look for more improvements in the months to come."

Taken from TechCentral - The Star

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Apple announces iPhone 4

Steve Jobs officially announced the new fourth-generation iPhone, to be called the iPhone 4 at WWDC.

The new phone is powered by an A4 CPU (the same chip used in the iPad) and sports a 3.5-inch screen with 960×640 resolution, dual mics, and an upgraded camera system that will include HD video recording and editing capabilities.

This is the specs we’ve learned so far:

9.3mm thick, 24% thinner than current iPhone
3.5″ display, same as current iPhone
326 ppi display, 4 times the previous iPhone’s pixel density
Case uses stainless steel and glass, including a glass back for the device
Powered by the A4 chip
Larger battery means 7 hours of talk time, 6 hours of 3G browsing, 10 hours of WiFi browsing, 10 hours of video, 40 hours of music and 300 hours of standby
7.2MB download and 5.8MB upload speeds, depending on carrier capabilities
Gryroscope in addition to accelerometer
5MP camera with 5x zoom, tap to focus and LED flash
HD video recording, and iMovie for editing video on the iPhone
Front- and rear-facing cameras for FaceTime, the new video chat app
iOS will allow for multitasking

For more tech specs go to apple website

One of the most anticipated features of the new iPhone is iPhone 4.0 OS, or iOS. The new operating system supports multitasking, video chat, better file management and folders, iBooks, the new iAd platform and the Apple Game Center.

Current iPhone owners who have an iPhone 3G or iPhone 3GS can also upgrade to the new iPhone OS 4.0, but only third-generation iPod touch, iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 owners will be able to take advantage of multitasking.

Sunday, June 6, 2010

PEMANDU's Idris Jala got it wrong

No idea who wrote this.

Idris Jala's proposals regarding subsidy cuts is commendable . However, he did not recommend a full "treatment" to "cure" our woes !!! You can cut and cut and cut , BUT if corruption and wasteful spending continues unchecked, we will be back to square one, maybe back to square four !!!

With PERKASA's Ibrahim Ali screaming to "protect" Malay rights, we are going the Greece 's way. He is not protecting any Malay rights -he is protecting his own rights .There are thousands of Malays who are recognised professionally in the country and overseas and claimed high positions without any political connections or "protections". He insults these people !! PERKASA only want the political rent-seeking system to continue. !! Read the article below --the truth hurts !!!

Idris Jala should have a footnote to his proposals that should read : All the subsidy cut proposals will come to nothing unless we stop subsiding corruption and rent-seeking in the country
Some of you are supporting the proposal to cut govt subsidies.... some of you are not sure... so, please read the following......

PEMANDU and Idris Jala are actually right to say that cutting subsidies could lower Malaysia ’s debts, but the cuts will ONLY BE successful if leakages from corruption are plugged beforehand.

For example, government subsidies are being given to Independent Power Producers (IPP), so that they can supply electricity to TNB and earn profits. These IPP-directed subsidies are worth RM13 billion every year and they include the supply of cheaper Petronas gas to the power producers themselves.

There is a 20-year interest free loan of RM 320 million given to SYABAS, the Selangor water company. As SYABAS is also a privatised company, why is the government subsidy via a 20-year interest-free loan necessary?

The total deficit the government need to cover amounts to a whopping RM47 billion. The total subsidy is even more staggering -- about RM74 million. Removing the subsidies will NOT help reducing the deficits a lot, but a considerable number of poor and middle-class Malaysians will undoubtedly be affected.

Details of subsidies are social (RM42.8 billion), fuel (RM23.5 billion), infrastructure (RM4.8 billion) and essential foods (RM3.4 billion). If this amount includes subsidies for health services, then PEMANDU must review the market prices of medicine and various pharmaceuticals and then compare them with the prices at which the Ministry of Health is buying.

In 2008, the global price for crude oil is about USD140 per barrel, and the fuel subsidy the government have to bear was RM17 million. Today the global crude price is about USD70 per barrel, yet the govt. fuel subsidy has ballooned to RM23.5 billion. Why? Have we forgotten that recently the govt also spent RM8 billion on purchasing armoured vehicles and tanks not to mention another further RM3.4 billion for the infamous submarine that could not dive?

Idris Jala claimed Malaysia consume more fuel per capita than many countries. That is probably correct. But, has the government made serious efforts to combat the fuel subsidy leakage?

Take fishing fuel subsidy in Sabah as example. There are 1,200 trawlers registered with the Fisheries’ Department. However, there are only 200 real trawlers (physically present), this means there are 1,000 phantom trawlers enjoying fuel subsidies. How sure is Idris Jala that similar phantom trawlers do not exist in the Lembaga Kemajuan Ikan Malaysia (LKIM) registry throughout the country? And the government has the nerve to tell us that it is subsidising RM12,900 per household per year?!

Have we also forgotten the Auditor-General’s Report exposing misappropriation in the way of outlandish government spending such as RM500 to purchase 1 unit of screwdriver, or the same government-issue car being filled to full tank twice in a space of 1 minute apart, or Port Klang Free Zone’s project that has escalated to beyond RM4.6 billion from the original budget of RM1.1 billion?

Today, when you drive through Damansara-Puchong Highway (LDP), you pay RM1.60 at the toll. The government said that you are subsidised at RM0.50 else, it should costs RM 2.10 to use the highway. But here’s where the corruption begins: LDP was built with RM1.42 billion, with a concession period of 1996-2030 but the government pays out RM2.6 billion every year in subsidy to the same highway company. What this means is that once the government subsidy is removed, each usage of the LDP will cost you RM2.10. So the question is who approved and signed the contract with the highway company? Who agreed to such toll rates?

In the United Kingdom , British students pay subsidised university fees. International students there paid fees from £8,000 to £10,000 per year. In Malaysia , local students take PTPTN loans of about RM21,000 for 3-year undergraduate studies. Foreign students pay only about RM15,000-RM17,000 for the same duration of study. The government is subsidising foreign students so that we can become the education hub. Why use taxpayer’s money to subsidise foreign students? Why can foreigners get subsidised medical care at government hospitals? And, it’s not just the government that is proposing to reduce our subsidies; we are actually already subsidising government projects!

Let’s take the ERL (express train from KL Sen tral to KLIA) as another example. Did you know that each time you use the LCCT in Sepang, RM5 of your airport tax actually goes to subsidising the ERL? LCCT passengers like you and I who don’t use ERL are subsidising the ERL train service! No kidding – this was confirmed by the Finance Ministry. Why are we paying subsidies for a facility that we may or may not use?
In 2009 the government spent RM1 billion on sugar subsidies even though Malaysia ’s sugar is now controlled by BERNAS following Robert Kuok’s sale of his entire sugar monopoly. In plain English that RM1 billion subsidy is specifically meant as BERNAS’ profits, which of course suggests that “what comes out from the left pocket, goes into the right pocket.” Of course removing the sugar subsidy means most food prices will go up. Our sugar prices may be lower than most others in the region, but think again – our fresh graduates’ salaries are also among the lowest also! Yet on the other hand our food prices are among the highest in the same region – any tourist in Kuala Lumpur will be able to tell you if by comparison Malaysian foods are or aren’t cheap.

According to Idris Jala, the government debt stands at RM362 billion and still rising and may reach RM1.158 trillion by 2019. The possibility he raised is that Malaysia may go bankrupt following in the footsteps of Greece . Actually this is counter to Najib’s own statement recently where he assures the nation that we are not affected by the Greece contagion. So why the contrast?

Actually, it is true that Malaysia is one of the most subsidised nations in the world. But think again, where else in the world can you find endless tolled highways in almost every corner of the city? Where else can you find foreign students subsidised in universities by the government? Where else can you get a government who can spend billions here and there, and yet warns you that “we are going bankrupt” because of subsidies?

Last week, we were told that Malaysia is 10th most competitive country in the world. But has anyone told you that just 2 days ago, Malaysia has been ranked 102 out of a total of 152 countries in terms of average Internet speed? We are 18 times slower than South Korea while Thailand is at 63rd, Philippines 90th, China 76th, Spore 31st, and Taiwan 36th.

Saturday, June 5, 2010

Project 365 - Day 5 (Khalil Timeless Live in HK 2009)

Got myself the Khalil Timeless Live in HK 2009 DVD.

It is record in HD and the sound is superb. Total 30 song in 2 single dual layer DVD.

found one of the preview on youtube

Friday, June 4, 2010

Project 365 - Day 4

Today Dinner

- Big Pau
- Lo Mai Kai
- Soya Bean Milk

Thursday, June 3, 2010

Project 365 - Day 3

Have Lunch at McDonald today!

Have the Glass meal. And Got this glass. Pink Color (Volley)

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Project 365 - Day 2

My dad just come back from US.

Got this for me....

Nike Air Force 1
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Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Project 365 - Day 1

Today start day 1 of project 365.

Early of the month sure is time to pay the bill...

Monday, May 31, 2010

Good Bye to the 1st half of 2010......

So fast 1st half of 2010 is coming to an end. Looking back at what I write last year seem like I just write it last month. Time pass so fast that we don't realizing it..

What have I done for the last 6 month of 2010? Don't really remember what I have done. Can't think of anything other then I change my job before CNY (Last week of Jan). Been thinking of changing job since Dec 2009. Praying hard for a suitable job for me. The opportunity came to me. It a software company that sell software for mechanical engineering design. When I tell my dad about it, the boss of the company is my father friend. Been working at this company for 5 month now.

Last year I was crazy about guitar stuff and watches. Got myself alot of guitar stuff and a watch.I got myself everything I needed for me to improve my skill on guitar and bass. I got myself 3 guitar, a bass guitar and lot of effect pedal.

For the last 6 month, I din really improve alot on my guitar and bass. I still learn something new but not that much as last year. I been roster to play bass since last year. At 1st I still have Mr.G to rotate between guitar and bass but after he been put to other team, I don have people to rotate with me. If my calculation is correct I just play 3 weekend go guitar in church for the last 6 month.

Got myself interest in DSLR again. Get my self wake up at 530am and go to QE2 to take sunrise picture. The picture turn out not bad. See it here

What I going to do for the 2nd half of 2010? I haven plan what I going to do. Maybe the 1st step to start project 365 (inspired by Mr. YS) Everyday I will take a picture and post here on I will start tomorrow so by next year I will have 365 post.

Look out for it!!

Thursday, May 20, 2010


Legend has it that George Washington, America's first president, chopped down a cherry tree in his youth. The story goes that George gives the tree a good swing and chops it down with an axe.

His father sees the damaged tree and asks his son if he knows who did the deed. George is quoted bravely admitting the truth:

'I can't tell a lie, Pa; you know I can't tell a lie. I did cut it with my axe.'
Below is a satire of how some Malaysian politicians may have reacted to this question:

Abdullah Ahmad Badawi - 'I did not cut down the tree , I was just taking a nap underneath it.'

Najib Razak - 'I swear that I have never MET that tree.'

Hishamuddin Hussein Onn, - '...but I only own a keris ,not an axe, how to cut down the cherry tree?'

Dr Mahathir Mohamad - 'Apa nama cherry tree, yes, I chopped it down because, I don't like the idea of Pak lah sleeping under it.'

Chua Soi Lek - 'Yes I admit I cut the cherry tree as it is caught in CCTV but you cut too but it is not caught in CCTV so nobody cares !'

VK Lingam - 'It could be me, it might have been me but I don't think its me.'

Anwar Ibrahim - 'I did NOT do it, and I am not giving any DNA sample for you to plant on the axe handle.'

Mohd Khir Toyo - 'The new state government should just trim the grass and not waste time asking who cut the tree.'

Ahmad Said ( TerengganuMB) - 'I chopped it because cherry trees are more expensive to maintain than durian trees.'

Azalina Othman - 'The cherry tree is not included under my tourism MOU so I cut it down and besides there were unauthorised signboards put up around the tree.'

Shabery Cheek - 'I challenge you to a debate on cherry tree cutting.'

S Samy Velu - 'I chopped it because Hindraf members were using it as a meeting point.

Wira Ali Rustam - 'We have planted durian trees for 50 years and we will plant them for another 50 years, we do not need cheery trees, apple trees , pear trees and all those other foreign trees.'

Rais Yatim - 'You must see the bigger picture, Ahmad said cherry trees are expensive to maintain, Ali Rustam said those are against our national identity and I needed to test my new axe, so you see, it is a WIN-WIN situation all around.'

Sharir Samad - 'I cut the tree because we could no longer afford to subsidise it.'

Karpal Singh - 'I know who cut the tree but I will not tell you now, you will hear it in court.'

Bung Mokhtar - 'The big monkey did it'

Pandikar Amin Mulia - 'There is nothing in the standing orders against chopping cherry trees
Kinabatangan duduk, Bukit Gelugor duduk .

Khairy Jamaluddin - I did not do it, neither did the Mat Rempits. By the way, what's a cherry tree?'

Lim Kit Siang - 'Cherry tree also you don't know, you are an insult to Oxford!'

Nazri Abdul Aziz - 'Racist, racist, racist! When we cut down durian trees nobody made a fuss. Now...'

Malaysian Citizens - 'Oh for heavens sake! Cherry trees ! Durian trees ! Foreign trees ! Who cares, the tree is already cut ! 1 MALAYSIA ! MALAYSIA BOLIH !

Tuesday, May 18, 2010


Recently saw a few lenses that I like. Still don't want to pull the trigger yet.

Here are few of them.

a) Tamron SP AF17-50mm F/2.8 XR Di-II VC LD Aspherical (IF)
- This is a high speed f/2.8 wide-to-moderate-telephoto zoom lens.
- Tamron’s proprietary tri-axial Vibration Compensation (VC) mechanism
- Price: RM1950

b) Tamron SP AF10-24mm F/3.5-4.5 Di-II LD Aspherical [IF]
- first-ever focal length range of 10-24mm-the 35mm equivalent of 16mm ultra
wide-angle to 37mm semi-wide-angle
- perfect tool for creating dramatic landscape, cityscape,a nd seascape imagery.
- Price: 2900

c) Tamron AF18-270mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II VC LD Aspherical (IF) Macro
- world’s largest zoom ratio of 15X
- panoramic landscape images or close-up pictures without having to change lenses
- Price: RM2200

d) Sigma 17-50mm F2.8 EX DC OS HSM
- Focal length from 17mm wide angle and offers a large aperture of F2.8
throughout the entire zoom range
- Ideal for many types of photography especially portraiture and landscapes.
- OS, Sigma’s anti shake feature offers the use of shutter speeds approximately 4
stops slower

e) Sigma 18-125mm F3.8-5.6 DC OS HSM
- HSM (Hyper-Sonic Motor) ensures a quiet & high-speed auto focus
- OS System (Optical Stabilization) allowing handheld photography even in low-
light situations
- Price: RM1520

Monday, May 17, 2010

Lucky 8!!!

CHINA proved they are still the best team in the world when they put up a classy show to lift their eighth Thomas Cup.

They did it in superb style by beating Indonesia 3-0 in the final.

A day ago the women's team were shocked 1-3 by South Korea in the Uber Cup final. It was the first time that China had lost the Uber Cup in 12 years.

Lin Dan showed his mastery once again when he carved out a sensational 21-7, 21-14 win over Taufik

Indonesia, known for their prowess in the doubles, had a great chance to level the tie when Olympic and world champions Markis Kido-Hendra Setiawan took to the court next. Instead, they were given a rude shock - losing 23-25, 21-16, 12-21 to Cai Yun-Fu Haifeng.

Chen Jin took on Simon Santoso in the second singles. Chen Jin win 21-17, 21-7 to seal the tie.