Tuesday, January 29, 2008

some say

yes i know its a song title by sum 41


some say i look like this dude

Nemanja Vidic (dude you need to ask ar?)

some people also say i look like this dude :

Micheal Scofield aka Wentworth Miller

but honestly i just think i look like this dude

mystery man

yeah i dunno what's this post is about too.


holiday + L.O.S.T. mood now~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


oh come on!

you gotta be kidding me.

FA Cup
5th Round (5th yes fifth!!!)
Man Utd vs Arsenal
we always fight the big guns man
villa spurs now arsenal
oh well
looks like we'll have to against Barnsley or Preston at Wembley
hehehehehe (hopefully anyway)

Monday, January 28, 2008

i can smellllll it now......

its so close i can smell it...
and it smells good...
*hears whispers*
"season premiere season premiere season premiere"
heehehehehehehee *drools*

the whispers thing is an obvious reference to LOST
didnt u know that
duh haha

Saturday, January 26, 2008

randomity #5

the other day there was a function at college
then this dude( i forgot his name lah i think it was ben or something)
said that i spoke english like a chinese.
oh wait his exact words were
Ben(maybe): "eh you speak english very chinese-like huh?"
Me: *raise eyebrows* oh okay... what do you mean chinese-like?"

bla bla bla conversation ensues
asking whether i got chinese friends or not(duh of course got lah)
i just dont get how can you speak ENGLISH chinese like?????
can you talk english indian like? how do malays talk english then?
weird lah WTF
can you figure out what the hell he meant??
even yahoo answers have no answers!

haha no lah just kidding didnt try yahoo answers.
*shrugs* dont care lah hahahaha


dude a movie that makes ppl want to puke?

now this i gotta see!! immediately!

Thursday, January 24, 2008

randomity #4

good news: ARSENAL thrashed by London neighbours SPURS!

FANTASTIC news : disharmony at Arsenal! Bentdner vs Adebayor ! (adebayor wins hands down!)

sad news : Heath Ledger's dead. apparently from drug OD. sad sad. not that i'm gay or anything.you ppl will say im gay anyway right. fuck . hahahaha

thats all

nothing much to report lah

nothing is not really happening anyway. hmph. bored. wanna watch cloverfield soon. hehe

random facts=randomity

from this moment onwards
random facts segment is being changed to randomity
reason? dunno
not all i have to show/say/post is random FACTS
it could be erm
not facts?
*check dictionary*
*thinks a while*
*close dictionary*

yeah so no now its randomity
dont like it? i dont care
u dont care? good. everybody wins.

Sunday, January 20, 2008

i hate it when i follow my heart
instead of my head

Saturday, January 19, 2008


Festival Ibnu Sina - over!
MPIS - over!
SUKMUM phase 2 - not taking part! (sorry dizzul! nak study!)
*checks schedule*( eh.got mini-conass on monday. shit!)
i'm free from activities from now till 2nd sem's over!
can actually do some REAL studying!
now just have to kurang kan:
cs dota smallville house fifa pes lost(oh no!) heroes
cant believe i just said that
havent futsalled for a while with the guys (thong siang i miss you *kiss kiss*)
but seriously i really need to study (harder)
so sorry guys! will be free in may-ish! if i pass my Part B! pray that i do! miao!
by that time lost will be halfway into season 4(!!!)
and manutd will be in the finals of the champions league and fa cup.
and league champs too.(duh)
till next time!
oh here are some random pics during FIS:

oh before that this is my proof of the strike!
told you!! *blueek*

helped organized blood donation campaign
donated some as well!

taking time out after donating blood with an interesting book.

teknikal for malam kebudayaan
sorry no pics!

then it was FINALIS (phew)
nice stage right.
your welcome. ehehe

yup.thats my job.
in action!
well not really.
i was just telling ppl what to do. haha

light man!
*shiny shiny*
anyway finalis over!

anyway had mpis yesterday
i was in biro tajaan
so and so lah the MPIS
food was great!
what do you expect lah so expensive the thing
anyways no pics for mpis yet
took pics with other ppl with other ppl's cameras
so have to take later loh.haha

yeah thats about it.

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

for HP fans !

if you have read TIME magazine, you're wasting your TIME here. (get it? get it? eheheheehehe)

Rowling Answers 10 Questions About Harry

In her interview with TIME and in webchats with fans, the Harry Potter author reveals a few more secrets

1. Why doesn't Fred appear in the woods at the end as well?
"Do you know what? I never even thought of Fred coming back. That's how I always planned it, from when the first book was finished, that the three marauders and his mother would come back. There were four heroes as it were in the previous generation and one of them betrayed the others, and then there were the three. So I wanted Harry to be surrounded by his mother and James and Sirius and Lupin, all of whom had died in a way for him. You know Lupin had laid down his life in Harry's battle, he didn't have to come back, he didn't have to fight. James had died trying to protect the family; Sirius very obviously had died fighting along with Harry, and then his mum who most explicitly had died for him. I never thought of bringing Fred back at all. It was all the previous generation, and they were all strongly parental figures for Harry."

2. Did Harry die?
Rowling wrote this very carefully, so it could be read two ways. "Did he just go into a state of unconsciousness in which his subconscious tells him everything he needs to know? Dumbledore doesn't tell him anything he couldn't have figured out with some educated guesses." But in her mind, Harry entered a limbo between life and death, and faced a choice about which way to go.

She explains on her website that this encounter involves some very deep laws of magic, which Voldemort himself did not understand: "Having taken Harry's blood into himself, Voldemort is keeping alive Lily's protective power over Harry — except that the power of Lily's sacrifice is a positive force that not only continues to tether Harry to life, but gives Voldemort himself one last chance ... Voldemort has unwittingly put a few drops of goodness back inside himself; if he had repented, he could have been healed more deeply than anyone would have supposed. But of course, he refused to feel remorse." Also, since Voldemort is using the Elder wand, which actually belongs to Harry, neither the Cruciatus or the killing curse work properly. "The Avada Kedavra curse, however, is so powerful that it does hurt Harry, and also succeeds in killing the part of him that is not truly him, in other words, the fragment of Voldemort's own soul that is still clinging to his. The curse also disables Harry severely enough that he could have succumbed to death if he had chosen that path."

3. The question that surprises her: What was that creature in the corner at King's Cross?
"Harry's impulse, to the point of utter wrongheadedness, is to save. His deepest nature is to try and save, even when he's wrong to do so, when he's led into traps — 'I've got to save, I've got to try to protect' — because he's been left with this very demanding legacy of his mother's that she sacrificed herself for him and now he goes off and tries to save as many people as he can."

But this encounter with Voldemort is different. "For the first time ever he approaches this vulnerable, naked, mutilated creature and he wants to help, but he feels repulsed for the first time ever by suffering. And he's right to feel that. This is something that has deliberately self mutilated as it were, that's the last maimed fragment of Voldemort's soul. I have to explain because so many have asked.")

4. The question she feared getting: What was Dumbledore's wand made of?
"That would have been quite a telling question. Because I had this elder thing in my mind, cause elder has this association in folklore, it's the death tree. I thought 'what am I going to say?'" It would have given away too big a clue. But no one asked.

5. What did Dumbledore really see in the Mirror of Erised?
His family, alive and whole and reconciled.

6. Where do wizard children go to school before Hogwarts?
Most are homeschooled, because they aren't really able to control their powers so it would be too dangerous to let them out and about.

7. Are Harry and Voldemort related?
Yes, distantly, through the Peverells; but nearly all wizarding families are related if you go back far enough.

8. Who does Draco Malfoy marry?
Astoria Greengrass, younger sister of the Greengrass family. We meet Daphne Greengrass, part of Pansy Parkinson's Slytherin posse, in Book V when Hermione takes her O.W.L.s. Neville marries Hannah Abbott, who becomes the owner of The Leaky Cauldron. "I do have it all worked out in my mind because I couldn't stop myself doing that."

9. Where do the main characters work as adults?
Harry and Hermione are at the Ministry: he ends up leading the Auror department. Ron helps George at the joke shop and does very well. Ginny becomes a professional Quidditch player and then sportswriter for the Daily Prophet.

10. Was Teddy Lupin a werewolf?
No he was a Metamorphmagus, like Tonks (who, incidentally, was a Hufflepuff).

cool eh?
there are also some other revelations on her website also
oh yeah i read harry potter
will post some more interesting things(this is not interesting???) soon

Tuesday, January 15, 2008


'Islamic Jesus' hits Iranian movie screens

Iranian actor Ahmad Soleimani Nia plays the role of Jesus during the making of the "Jesus, the spirit of God", by Iranian film director Nader Talebzadeh, in Tehran, in 2007.  A director who shares the ideas of Iran's hardline president has produced what he says is the first film giving an Islamic view of Jesus Christ, in a bid to show the "common ground" between Muslims and Christians.

A director who shares the ideas of Iran's hardline president has produced what he says is the first film giving an Islamic view of Jesus Christ, in a bid to show the "common ground" between Muslims and Christians.

Nader Talebzadeh sees his movie, "Jesus, the Spirit of God," as an Islamic answer to Western productions like Mel Gibson's 2004 blockbuster "The Passion of the Christ," which he praised as admirable but quite simply "wrong".

"Gibson's film is a very good film. I mean that it is a well-crafted movie but the story is wrong -- it was not like that," he said, referring to two key differences: Islam sees Jesus as a prophet, not the son of God, and does not believe he was crucified.

Talebzadeh said he even went to Gibson's mansion in Malibu, California, to show him his film. "But it was Sunday and the security at the gate received the film and the brochure and promised to deliver it," though the Iranian never heard back.

Even in Iran, "Jesus, The Spirit of God" had a low-key reception, playing to moderate audiences in five Tehran cinemas during the holy month of Ramadan, in October.

The film, funded by state broadcasting, faded off the billboards but is far from dead, about to be recycled in a major 20 episode spin-off to be broadcast over state-run national television this year.

Talebzadeh insists it aims to bridge differences between Christianity and Islam, despite the stark divergence from Christian doctrine about Christ's final hours on earth.

"It is fascinating for Christians to know that Islam gives such devotion to and has so much knowledge about Jesus," Talebzadeh told AFP.

"By making this film I wanted to make a bridge between Christianity and Islam, to open the door for dialogue since there is much common ground between Islam and Christianity," he said.

The director is also keen to emphasise the links between Jesus and one of the most important figures in Shiite Islam, the Imam Mahdi, said to have disappeared 12 centuries ago but whose "return" to earth has been a key tenet of the Ahmadinejad presidency.

Talebzadeh made his name making documentaries about Iran's 1980-1988 war against Iraq, an important genre in the country's post-revolutionary cinema.

But such weighty themes, and his latest film on Jesus, compete with domestic gangster thrillers and sugary boy-meets-girl love stories, the movies that continue to draw the biggest audiences in the Islamic Republic.

The bulk of "Jesus, the Spirit of God", which won an award at the 2007 Religion Today Film Festival in Italy, faithfully follows the traditional tale of Jesus as recounted in the New Testament Gospels, a narrative reproduced in the Koran and accepted by Muslims.

But in Talebzadeh's movie, God saves Jesus, depicted as a fair-complexioned man with long hair and a beard, from crucifixion and takes him straight to heaven.

"It is frankly said in the Koran that the person who was crucified was not Jesus" but Judas, one of the 12 Apostles and the one the Bible holds betrayed Jesus to the Romans, he said. In his film, it is Judas who is crucified.

Islam sees Jesus as one of five great prophets -- others being Noah, Moses and Abraham -- sent to earth to announce the coming of Mohammed, the final prophet who spread the religion of Islam. It respects Jesus' followers as "people of the book".

Iran has tens of thousands of its own Christians who are guaranteed religious freedoms under the constitution -- mainly Armenians, though their numbers have fallen sharply since the 1979 Islamic Revolution.

Every Christmas, Ahmadinejad and other officials lose no time in sending greetings to Christian leaders including the pope on what they describe as the "auspicious birthday of Jesus Christ, Peace Be Upon Him (PBUH)."

In this year's message, Ahmadinejad said that "peace, friendship and justice will be attained wherever the guidelines of Jesus Christ (PBUH) are realised in the world."

Shiite Muslims, the majority in Iran, believe Jesus will accompany the Imam Mahdi when he reappears in a future apocalypse to save the world.

And Talebzadeh said the TV version of his film will further explore the links between Jesus and the Mahdi -- whose return Ahmadinejad has said his government, which came to power in 2005, is working to hasten.

Shiites believe the Mahdi's reappearance will usher in a new era of peace and harmony.

"We Muslims pray for the 'Return' (of Imam Mahdi) and Jesus is part of the return and the end of time," Talebzadeh said.

"Should we, as artists, stand idle until that time? Don't we have to make an effort?"

interesting no?

just hope that Bush doesnt use this as an excuse to further dislike iran.

in any case , i'm no racist/religionist!

but anyone who knows me knows that already so dunno why im saying that anyway hahaha


random fact #3

ahh finally got free time to post something!
all i wanna say is
fire drills suck yet are important!

Wednesday, January 9, 2008

random fact #2

watch out for meat loaf and dio!

this is with dave ghrol(foo fighters) on drums! i think its tom morello(RATM) on guitar!
should see the music video damn funny hahaha

random fact #1

Guys who are on the phone gayuting with their girlfriends are soooo easy to take advantage of.
you could say " hey pinjam computer jap"
"pinjam laptop jap"
just fart in their faces!
but they dont care.
they just wave their hands in non-thinking kind of way and say "ambik ar"
"bunyi apa tu?"
as long as they get their few moments of "sayang.." or "i miss you too" or "ala.. jahat lah you ni baby" *pukes*
they're as happy as they can be

thank god i cant be taken advantage like this!
or maybe i'm just sad i cant be taken advantage like this?


like , oh my god !

Malaysian national dish may be off the menu: report

Malaysia's national dish, the roti canai fried bread, may be off the menu due a flour shortage that has hit on the heels of a cooking oil drought, a report said Tuesday.

The Malaysian Indian Restaurant Owners Association warned that flour prices have spiked as supply shrinks, spelling problems for vendors who produce the crispy, flaky bread which is a breakfast staple.

"There will be no roti canai from next week. This is because we have run out of flour and are finding it tough to secure further supply at reasonable prices," association president Ramalingam Pillai told the New Straits Times.

Ramalingam said flour wholesalers were charging about 15 to 45 percent above the price-controlled rate of 33.60 ringgit (10.70 dollars) for a 25-kilo (55-pound) bag of flour.

"We cannot afford to pay more because we have agreed to the government's call not to increase (the) price of food. And at the same time, we do not want to bear the additional costs," he said, blaming stockpiling for the crisis.

"Is there hoarding of the item? The domestic trade and consumer affairs ministry must investigate," he said.

Malaysia last week imposed rationing of cooking oil as panic-buying triggered by rumours of price hikes stripped supplies from supermarket shelves.

On Monday the government said it would raise production with an extra 70,000 tonnes of cooking oil to be put on the market each month to ease the severe shortage.

this is a sad day indeed.very sad. :(

Monday, January 7, 2008

Tuesday, January 1, 2008

another year gone by

man the fireworks are still firing out there
maybe i should drop medic and become a firework seller
since malaysia , sejak the international fireworks festival thingy , is addicted to fireworks already i could easily make a million bucks selling those things!
i mean i went out to the corridor to look at the fireworks and there were 5 different places firing them fireworks man! like WTF man

anyway 2007's over ! done and dusted!
"eh how come you can post something when its new years eve? tak celebrate ke?"
good question.
nope im not celebrating
as everybody is galavanting around kl and wherever im here.in college.feeling very hot.typing.
anatomy book kat tepi.laying there untouched.maybe play with it later.see first lar
what is there to celebrate neways? its just new years anyway
just another year of struggle , blood , sweat , tears , anguish , tragedy , joy and all that stuff.
same old same old.

other people : *gasps*

oh come on.i dont even celebrate birthdays(not mine anyways) , what do you expect. hahaha

i have no mood to celebrate anyways.. 2007 ended very suckily(got such word meh?) indeed for me
results sudah kluar already
prof subra was right.. and im one of the 70%
sounds better if you say it like that?
hell no. makes you feel like shit.well a little bit anyway.
i THINK i know what i did/didnt do during first sem
soooooooo now just have to do/undo lah
sounds easy? yes
is practicing it easy? dunno havent tried yet hahahaha

so the results were out on friday
and then man utd (deservedly) lost to hammers
then arsenal (undeservedly) beat everton
thats when my morale went out like a candle in the middle of hurricane katrina
emo2 kejap until sunday ish
went out futsal with the gang
takleh concentrate at all
thanks to the guys for TRYING to cheer me up
idiots. i wasnt that EMO lah

then makan at murni's little/big brother : williams at KJ
fucking full the stomach.williams is the bomb! just too far though.
had an interesting talk about religion with the guys : 4 buddhist + 1 muslim = interesting conversation thats all im gonna say

thennnnnnn monday ( just now)
went bowling! for like the 3rd time in my life!
dapat strike tu! *bangga gila*
took picture but couldnt find an adapter so you'll just have to trust me for now hehe
and saw this at the cinemas:
pretty good i say
for sure ada sequel one
page 47 or whatever sheesh
cant wait for that hehe

so now
not feeling so emo already
promise myself to *read script*
  • blaja rajin2
  • kurang kan membuat dosa
  • go to lecture/tuto/prosection on time
  • ACTUALLY go to lecture ( i always attend lah!)
  • less futsal
  • less cs
  • less ps2
  • less social life (in general) - not that i have much of a social life anyway
  • beat the annoying dude. he got lucky this time man. he's gonna get his soon.
  • prove everybody wrong
yeah thats about it
adalah one or two thats left out and NO finding a girl is NOT one of them
naughty reader you hehehe

so guys have a good year
it all depends on the individiual really
whether its a good or bad year
all up to you

and one one more thing... *hand phone ringing*
Aidee: wei main futsal *hangs up*

i need to be more commited too .
hahaha see ya