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    Monday, March 31, 2008

    Kids, don't run here and there!

    If I could step into a time machine trying to travel times into the 80's and 90's, it must be very wonderful isn't it? Playing with those toy guns, balls, teddy bears, sketching on the drawing papers and walls (at last have to face the musics) and many more. Learning ABC was so hard at that time and when everytime we spell them a word wrongly we will be scolded or caned...

    ...and that was sucksss...

    Do you still remember everything you'd played before? Toys? Watching Bugs Bunny, Popeye and Doraemon while sucking Choki-Choki.

    Choki-choki enak sekali,
    Choki-choki adik gemari...

    I'm still a Doraemon series fan. I love Doraemon series because 'it' is so special and 'powerful'. It can take anything out from it's pocket though that sounds not logic and disgusting... Huhu~ Once, I got a complete Doraemon comics but my mum threw them away. Huhu~ How I miss my Doraemon series; Cute Doraemon, a no-future Nobita, Giant the Bully, Sinyu the show-off and Sizuka the bathtub lover.

    I still remember when I was young around 5 or 6 years old, somebody bought me Lego. Lego was so famous around that year and all the kids in the kindergarten were taking about it. It was a shame if you didn't any of these toys. It was just like a 3G or 4G handset / BlackBerry... or powerful Sony Vaio /Acer Ferrari laptop that everybody wish to have. What the...

    Well, after few years somewhere in 1998 someone was showing off his little gameboy in the school. Eventually, more and more people bought it. It was not a gameboy actually and it looked so cute. When I asked about it I realized that it was some sort of cyberpet.
    You feed it, it grows and become stronger. No doubt it will steal your time. You have to bring it everywhere because you need to feed it, otherwise it dies in front of you, then you have to reset it back which it turns back to baby, or I should say, a cub. It can battle with other 'pets' also. Anyway, that thing is called Digimon. I owned it once. Err... Actually it was not mine, it was my brother's. I brought it to the school one day and battle it with my friends. Wow, really glad if you won the battle but really sucked up if you lost in the battle.

    Sunday, March 23, 2008


    ~The internet connection was 'sucksss' last few days. ~

    Cikgu : (Menengking) Mengapa selamat pagi sahaja? Petang dan malam awak doakan saya tak selamat?

    Murid : Selamat pagi, petang dan malam Cikgu!
    Cikgu : Panjang sangat! Tak pernah dibuat oleh orang! Kata selamat sejahtera! Senang dan penuh bermakna. Lagipun ucapan ini meliputi semua masa dan keadaan.
    Murid : Selamat sejahtera Cikgu!
    Cikgu : Sama-sama, duduk! Dengar sini baik-baik. Hari ini Cikgu nak uji kamu semua tentang perkataan berlawan. Bila Cikgu sebutkan perkataannya, kamu semua mesti menjawab dengan cepat, lawan bagi perkataan-perkataan itu, faham?
    Murid : Faham, Cikgu!
    Cikgu : Saya tak mahu ada apa-apa gangguan.
    Murid : (senyap)
    Cikgu : Pandai!
    Murid : Bodoh!
    Cikgu : Tinggi!
    Murid : Rendah!
    Cikgu : Jauh!
    Murid : Dekat!
    Cikgu : Keadilan!
    Murid : Barisan Nasional!
    Cikgu : Salah!
    Murid : Betul!
    Cikgu : Bodoh!
    Murid : Pandai!
    Cikgu : Bukan!
    Murid : Ya!
    Cikgu : Oh Tuhan!
    Murid : Oh Hamba!
    Cikgu : Dengar ini!
    Murid : Dengar itu!
    Cikgu : Diam!
    Murid : Bising!
    Cikgu : Itu bukan soalan, bodoh!
    Murid : Ini ialah jawapan, pandai!
    Cikgu : Mati aku!
    Murid : Hidup kami!
    Cikgu : Rotan baru tau!
    Murid : Akar lama tak tau!
    Cikgu : Malas aku ajar kamu!
    Murid : Rajin kami belajar Cikgu!
    Cikgu : Kamu gila!
    Murid : Kami siuman!

    Friday, March 21, 2008


    I was tagged my my little bro... And there it goes...

    Instructions: Remove 1 question from below and add in your personal question, make it a total of 20 questions, then tag 8 people in your list, list them out at the end of this post.

    1. At what age do you wish to marry?
    Before I turn 30yrs old. 28 is the best age for everybody.

    2.If you can turn into anything, what do you wish you can turn into?
    A Billionaire.

    3.If you were stranded on an desert island, who are the 3 blog buddies you would take with you? Why?

    - Haidar (She organizes well.)

    - Fakruddin (He always make that serius face when doing a task, but when you keep looking at him you will surely laugh. Makes me not boring. I'm not a gay.)

    - Shah (She can help us to carry Haidar if she faints. Fakhruddin will carry me. Teamwork!)

    4.Where is the place that you want to go most?

    Japan. Lot's of kawaii chicks over there. They need me!

    5.If you have one dream to come true, what would it be?

    My own big house

    6.Do you believe in seeing the rainbow after the rain?

    Of coz laa... Impossible I will see a dragon flying over the sky.

    7.What are you afraid to lose the most right now?


    8.Do you want your first born child to be a girl or boy? Why?


    9.If you meet someone you love, would you confess to him/her?

    Of coz laa... Impossible I will ask the help from other people to confess for me. Funny!

    10.List out three good things of the person who tagged you.


    - Sporting

    - Naughty (It's a 'good' naughty. Not the bad one.)

    - Can consider my plan and accept it when it looks ok.

    11. What colour do you like? Why?

    Blue. It looks calm.

    12.What type of person do you hate the most?

    Uncooperative person

    13.What would you do if you won a million dollars?

    Bring my family for a holiday vacation.

    14.What is your ambition?

    To be a successful person.

    15.What would you wanna be after you're dead?

    Buried safely underground. Six feet under.

    16. If you have a chance, which part of your character would you like to change?


    17.What would you most want to achieve right now?

    My degree. So anxious.

    18.What do you think is the most important thing in your life?


    19. If there’s one thing in your life you want to do but yet unable to, what would it be?

    Rest in peace. I'm too young for this.

    20. Among all the questions asked, which one do u like most? Why?

    20, coz that's the last question...too...

    I tag...

    1) Fakhruddin

    2) Haidar

    3) Shah

    4) Noi

    5) Poji

    6) Penny

    7) Hafizan

    8) Mokzaini (Don't give me reason you don't blog. You can blog at our class's blog.)

    In The Dream

    Continuing the previous post, I would like to come out with another topic or maybe a question to ask everybody...

    Do you dream? Did you ever dream before? Don't tell me you never. Then, this question's going to be interesting for you to think. Sometimes we dream. Good dreams and sometimes bad dreams which these dreams are making very large differences between each others.

    Let's go further... For instance, let's say you got a nice happy dream. You dreamed about your new car. Then, you bring your bf/gf out for a round in the city.

    The question is...

    What colour is your car?

    Can you see it? You might say 'yes', and that's for sure. That is because you are dreaming of the colour of the car you desire. But, try to think carefully and concentrate on your previous dream. Can you really see the colour of the car?

    This is the same goes to dreams like dreaming about your parents. You know your parents were there but I bet you can't really see their face because

    Dreams are COLOURLESS....

    (You know that's the colour, but you can't really see it. Can you?)

    Wednesday, March 19, 2008

    Do People Born Blind Dream?

    Do they?

    Some might say yes. But i don't think so. I think it's better for me to interview a blind. I'm not quite sure they dream because since they are born blind they don't differentiate colours. They might be able to differentiate shapes but without differentiating the colours it will going to be hard for them to dream. They were only told that the colour is either brown, red or yellow, but do they know how does the colour look like? I think they don't even know. They were taught to feel with their hands. The senses are very important to them. Let's say they touch their own mother face, they can imagine how their mother looks like but is it 100% exactly the same like what they imagine? They only know that there are nose, eyes and mouth and ears. But still, they will find it hard to imagine a person's look.

    They see the environment but hardly 'feel' the environment. They can't even interpret the happenings around them. They can only listen but difficult to interpret every little things happened around them. A successful blind person is the greatest human being in the world as the use completely their brain to think, feel and interpret everything around him. They are lawyers, Professors or whatever great positions in the community who are born blind. They listen, understand and can feel extraordinarily better than a normal human being.

    But, do they dream?

    I got this answer to this question from Yahoo. Check it out.

    No, they wouldn't. Visual stimulus is necessary for the wiring of the brain centers that process and interpret vision. The way the brain works is to develop, early in life, a huge number of neural synapses (connection points between neurons that are used in cell-to-cell signalling).

    As you grow and learn, these synapses are pared away to make the brain function efficiently, and that's the central basis of long-term learning. However, if the brain or any part of it fails to get infromation from hard-wired inputs, then that part of the brain will atrophy (at best, fringe areas of a cortical region might be adopted by adjacent cortical regions for different processes). But the take-away message here is that the brain needs visual stimulus in order to devolp the cortical regions that process vision.

    In the use-it-or-lose-it sense, the brain will not waste energy building and maintaining processes that aren't used. The optical cortex would never know how to function as an optical cortex in a person born blind.

    Or maybe they only dream what they can imagine...

    Tuesday, March 18, 2008

    Proud to be a Sarawakian

    I read a message from the Frienster's bulletin board regarding this topic, and I'm definitely very proud to be a Sarawakian. Well, this post is not written purposely to hurt anybody's heart, especially those Semenanjung's friends out there. But this will be something which is very interesting and I would like to have this opportunity to share with you all.

    Once, I heard from 'somebody' that people from Semenanjung are curious to know whether the Sarawakian are still living on the top of the tree, wearing clothes made from leaves and hunt wild animals for food.

    This treehouse you mean? I want! I want!

    Worse asking whether Sarawakian are still head hunting. Wow! They must be kidding!!! That was hundred years ago laaa... haha!!! (They really hunt heads!)

    Heads, Heads...Lelong, lelong...Fresh, freshhh...

    You might see the Rumah Panjang pictures in your Sejarah book back in Form 4 0r 5, tell you, now the Rumah Panjang was made from brick walls! I've been to Rumah Panjang few years ago and was stunned by it. It was made from bricks like normal terrace houses and when I went inside,Wow... the floor was tiled and the house was completed with air-cond and Astro!

    The old Long house

    The NEW version Long House

    Now, Sarawak is heading towards modernization and lots of rapid development can be seen nowadays. Just for your information, I can't see anymore differences between the Sarawak and Semenanjung. All the development in Semenanjung and Sarawak are equally planned and organized.

    There's something I would like to show all of you which I got it from Friendster and I'm totally agree with these. Check it out!

    1. We have the second largest International airport in Malaysia. While others might not even have any. We have FIVE major airports, while others might not have one.
    (This is true, few years ago there's a launching of the new Bintulu's airport - launched by our former PM Tun Dr. Mahathir. Then, it was followed by the launching of new Miri's airport and the upgraded Kuching's International Airport. It didn't take a long period to complete these projects.)

    Kuching International Airport

    Bintulu's Airport

    2. Car fuel is the cheapest here, and not to mention one of the largest petroleum source in Malaysia.
    (I'm not sure about this. I thought the price was the same throughout Malaysia. Huhu!)

    3. We have two official cities, Kuching and Miri and soon Sibu, while other states might only have a town.
    (Yeah, that's true! Miri is the non-capital city of the state in Malaysia which is labeled as 'Bandaraya'. I would like to invite all my Semenanjung friends to visit Miri so that you can see why Miri is labeled as Bandaraya. Sibu is waiting for its turn.)

    4. We are still the main reason why tourists come to Malaysia, for our Mulu Caves.
    (Mulu Caves is the largest cave in the world. I forgot already how many Boeing 747 can fit in. But it is very big. However, Mulu caves is not the oldest cave in the world. But still we got one of the oldest cave in the world, which is Niah Caves which existed and been occupied by the natives people since the Paleolithic age! I've been there before and saw those old ancient drawings, they were still there!!! OMG! One of my friends got possessed during the visit! Spooky...)

    Niah Cave, Moon Cave and Painted Cave
    (You can see the paintings at the Painted Cave pic, there's a small boat below there if you realize
    - It was called the Boat of Death)

    5. Two out of the popular singers based at Taiwan are from Sarawak Nicholas Teo (Smiling Pasta) and Lin Yu Zhong.

    (Both of them are very famous in Taiwan. You can ask any Chinese whether they know these singers, they will definitely know them!)

    Nicholas Teo - Astro Singing Contest winner (Smilling Pasta) and Lin Yu Zhong

    6. The whole of Brunei island does not envy Malaysia, instead they envy Sarawak.

    7. The most air travelers in Malaysia are from Sarawak. Almost all Sarawakians have at least traveled once or twice with airplane, compared to the west Malaysians.
    (This is totally true! Most of the Sarawakians have at least once traveled by air.)

    8. We have our own daily newspaper: namely Sarawak Tribune, Borneo Post and International Times.

    9. Everytime there's a reality show, our contestants always reach respectful levels .
    (Akademi Fantasia - Amirul, Bob... and One in a Million)

    10. We live in harmony, not just with Malay, Indian and Chinese, but also with Iban , Bidayuh, Melanau, Kelabit etc.

    (For those who are ignorant out there, Iban is another race that can be found mostly in Sarawak. Many people thought Sarawak people are generally called as Iban. How ignorant!!! The term Sarawak truly Asia is more like it.)

    11. First 'Amazing Race' ever was held in Kuching, Sarawak.

    12. Most of us Sarawakians speak at least 4 different languages.

    (I speak 4 languages - English, Malay, Mandarin and Hokkien)

    13 . MAS CEO (Idris Jala) from Sarawak and Sin Chiew daily news'(the biggest newspaper company in Malaysia) founder is from Sarawak.

    14. Sarawak Laksa!!!! Kolo Mee!!! Pian Mian Hu...Kompia...This is just to name a few examples! We have our own identity, our own popular food where no other places will have the same taste with ours.
    (For those who haven't been to Sarawak must try Laksa Sarawak. It's a MUST!!! For non-Muslim you must try Kolo Mee and Pian Mian Hu.)

    15. We are one of the states with the largest and thickest jungle which produces valuables wood, while some others already become botak.

    16. Our air water is among the cleanest in Malaysia, and we don't even really need any water purifier.

    Actually, I'm very happy and proud when there's a documentary about Sarawak which they showed the Sarawak's natives culture to everybody. But I could not accept a person's thinking on the lifestyle of the people in Sarawak after they watch the documentary. It is because most of the documentary are made in the kampung area where the natives people stay. The documentary might showed their 'unique' lifestyle but it doesn't mean that all Sarawakian live like that everyday. NO! That's only in kampung are only.

    That's all. Feel like promoting Sarawak. Haha! To all my Semenanjung friends out there, you should at least once visit Sarawak coz there're lots of things you must see and enjoy, that's including pretty girls around here...hehehe...

    Sarawak is RICH.

    Don't you dare to find the similarity of me and the Orang Utan. There is NONE.
    Damn it!

    Wednesday, March 05, 2008

    OMG! It was a Headshot!

    Curious what does 'crashed' mean to you? Let me explain.

    It was the 3rd day we went out just to get that S.I report. It was almost noon when we were heading back to UMP and I was the one who drove the car back. Just right before reaching the overhead bridge at the junction going to the airport, I overtook a car in front of me and slowly drove back to the left side. That's the moment when we heard a large 'POP' sound and suddenly my sight was like turned into a breaking glass, completely. I realized that the wind screen broke into pieces.

    Luckily the windscreen didn't fall onto us. Look at the picture below...

    View from inside

    Well, it was a nicely produced creeps on the windscreen. Looks so unique. Alright. I assumed that it was not my fault. I didn't do anything, did i? I didn't purposely break the windscreen. There was no accident happened that day.

    Could it be the weather? Hmm... I wind down the window that day, so I guess it wouldn't be that hot at that moment. But I suspected someone from the overhead bridge to throw something at the car. I heard somebody says that even a small piece of stone or screw can break the windscreen. One of my friends said that there's a place somewhere along Jalan Gambang where somebody will throw something at the car and then his partner will come and asked for a windscreen repair/change. That's what we call 'Business' dude....


    If you look at the picture clearly, you will relized that it looks like a gun shot, and it could be a headshot! Did you see the hole? Hmmm... The repair costs me RM240. Me and Doz shared RM100, RM40 will be paid by the owner. But I'm still not satisfied. I didn't do anything to the car but I have to paid? Wat the f***! I won't use his car anymore. I hate YOU, you business minded!!!

    That's all lah... Mok, was not an accident. It happened in a sudden. Mysterious...

    *At least tak drive langgar tembok dinding UMP... hehe!!!