Saturday, August 30, 2008

randomity #29

oh now i can say that i have met both Raja Petra's and Razak Baginda's nephew's.

so.... who's next?


Call me! :D

i know i know. Very lame. hahaha. I have a test soon man.
so *uses American accent , waves finger and sways head* Excuuuuuuuuuusee me.

okay that was even LAMER.
bye bye.

oh yeah.

Super Cup only mar.
NOT important.

at least we don't lose to teams like Fulham *cough cough arsenal*
seriously wei. 3 matches in a row, 3 underserving victories.
fuck man.
oh well your luck will run out.

hopefully on Sept 13th.


randomity #28

after watching What does it mean to be.... Malaysian? , I can safely say that I DRIVE like a malaysian. hahaha

which translates roughly into driving one-handed, pasang radio kuat kuat and a whole bunch of other stuff.
but i don't go ramming into people and act innocent. hahaha.
not yet anyway.

it was like my first time watching this type of play and i have to say, i enjoyed it and i am quite intrigued and would like to go see more plays around.
even though my OWN artistic sense is less than 0. hahaha.

Danny? Pergi tengok play? Biar betul! Alamak dunia nak kiamat lar! What has the world come to!

Nak ikut? :P

Saturday, August 23, 2008

what you waitin for?

tunggu apa lagi?
get your ass into your car and head straight away to the nearest gas station and fill 'er up!

tak payah nak pecah kepala fikir WHY the price drop so suddenly.
Just fill your car dammit.

Commuters: He's on the wrong platform! *giggles*
Let's see how long it takes before he finds out! teehehehehe

about time you took a ride on the damn train.
didnt Mahathir used to that last time? I don't remember :S

now to complete the experience you just have to take a taxi in KL at 2.00 am.
and better yet. disguise as a white guy. and then take a taxi.

yeah now THAT will be interesting.

i havent actually taken a taxi in KL at 2.00 am.
so :P

Friday, August 22, 2008

randomity #27

nak phone baru.....
or even a mp3 player.
but no money.

ni lagi ar takde duit. *sigh*

gelak ar sikit. pleaseeeee

hahahaha :D

why you shaking your head? laugh lah laugh lah hehehehehehe

results of a hard night's work.
*bangga gila tahap dewa*
yeah i need to study more.

new new new

got a lot of new stuff recently :

new excuse to get close to girls stetoscope
Navy Blue! RM199! :(

new bantal to sleep during lectures! Mama Robbins!

Meet the wife of Papa Robbins and Mother to Baby Robbins.

Hot. Yummy. You'll get tired when you're done with her. *wink wink*

okay that was lame. like REAL lame.

new excuse to wear slippers to class! injury!

basically macam ni cerita.

nak pergi 12th with Jamal.

kaki terkena exhaust motor. bunyi tzzzzz. smelled like chicken.

reflex kicked in. angkat kaki. cursed in 4 different languages

check kaki. picture di atas jawabnya.

same leg. same injury. after playing basket the same day. haha.

bubble burst bubble burst! :S

current wound. sexy gak ar. hahaha.

gets busted open every time i play football/futsal.

which means everyday lah.

god belajar pasal infection gila gila but still stubborn. hopeless man.

fucking hopeless. never implement what you learn. apa nak jadi?

besides that ada a few broken toenails but tu dah biasa dah. hahaha.

and i got new jawatan in FIS already. hahahaha. = busy-er.

so all of this means i'm pretty much broke now. and it also means dont kick my right ankle.

unless you want pus and blood all over your foot. hahahaha.

*thinks* hmmm. go ahead then. i dareeeeee yaaaa toooooo.

toodles noodles! :S

Thursday, August 21, 2008


just got back from pak ali.

was reading A Long Way Gone by Ishmael Beah.

while waiting for nasi pataya bungkus and sipping nescafe ice.

and for the first time in a long time.

rasa macam best + peaceful + relax !

i think i've found a new hobby.


p.s. oh the book is good. makes me wince and insomnia-inducing.
also makes you think about people less fortunate than you.
syukur lah sikit. sigh.
so instead of grappling for power, we should be striving for peace.

duh. haha

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

randomity #26

before you get pissed off
and say something stupid or something you might regret later
or even do something that might offend someone

please put yourself in that someone else's shoes.
it will put things in perspective.

and then you can decide what to do/say/think.

well the only question is do you know that someone well enough to fit in their shoes?


i try to make this one of my principles in daily life.
but alas.
i'm only human.
i make mistakes.

this is just what i think you guys don't really have to follow it.
if anybody actually reads this blog anyway.

p.s. Good on you Chong Wei!

still behind the World No. 1.

Now somebody else needs to step up to the plate.

peace. i mean it. peace.

Saturday, August 16, 2008

come on

Mr. Lee.
Because of you
Saya sangat bangga jadi rakyat Malaysia.

Now go on and finish the job ! :D

So i wonder who's gonna take the credit for this?
and is he going to be the government's poster boy?
nah. sports and politics dont mix.

or do they? hmmmm.

p.s. Mr. Saiful , I really really hope you know what you're doing. For your own sake.


Friday, August 15, 2008

Dear God

ya rabbi layan gila lagu ni.
sangat bermakna bagi diri aku. at this point of time.

A lonely road, crossed another cold state line
Miles away from those I love purpose hard to find
While I recall all the words you spoke to me
Can't help but wish that I was there
Back where I'd love to be, oh yeah

Dear God the only thing I ask of you is
to hold her when I'm not around
when I'm much too far away
We all need that person who can be true to you
But I left her when I found her
And now I wish I'd stayed
'Cause I'm lonely and I'm tired
I'm missing you again oh no
Once again

There's nothing here for me on this barren road
There's no one here while the city sleeps
and all the shops are closed
Can't help but think of the times I've had with you
Pictures and some memories will have to help me through, oh yeah

Dear God the only thing I ask of you is
to hold her when I'm not around
when I'm much too far away
We all need that person who can be true to you
I left her when I found her
And now I wish I'd stayed
'Cause I'm lonely and I'm tired
I'm missing you again oh no
Once again

Some search, never finding a way
Before long, they waste away
I found you, something told me to stay
I gave in, to selfish ways
And how I miss someone to hold
when hope begins to fade...

A lonely road, crossed another cold state line
Miles away from those I love purpose hard to find

Dear God the only thing I ask of you is
to hold her when I'm not around
when I'm much too far away
We all need the person who can be true to you
I left her when I found her
And now I wish I'd stayed
'Cause I'm lonely and I'm tired
I'm missing you again oh no
Once again

rindu kerinduan merindunya.


roger kalah again. quarter final pulak.

So when are you retiring roger?

it's been a bad year for roger.
not a single grand slam .
and the emergence of young superstars like nadal and djokovic.
he can't retire now can he? do a martina hingis?
well that one was due to injury anyway.hmmm.
but it's not over yet! US Open is still , well , open (har har) for him to win.
Come on Roger! Beat Sampras' record!
You deserve it.

in other news :
Lee Chong Wei kicked Sony's ASS yesterday.
He's in action later today i think.
So come on Chong Wei!
Like, Malaysia Boleh wei! (har dee har har)

Bring it on Hyun-Il!

god i'm getting lamer and lamer as this post goes on.
i better stop here before i turn into erm feli.

haha sorry feli i couldn't think of anyone else!
my brain is not working this EARLY in the morning.

Sunday, August 10, 2008

sigh, again.

American murdered in Beijing as Olympics kick off

A Chinese security guard locks the gate at the historic Drum Tower where a US citizen was murdered in Beijing. A Chinese man stabbed to death the father-in-law of US Olympic volleyball coach Hugh McCutcheon in Beijing on Saturday in an attack that left his wife seriously injured, raising new fears about security at the Games.

A Chinese man stabbed to death the father-in-law of US Olympic volleyball coach Hugh McCutcheon in Beijing on Saturday in an attack that left his wife seriously injured, raising new fears about security at the Games.

Todd Bachman, his wife Barbara, their daughter Elisabeth and a Chinese guide were attacked as they visited the Drum Tower monument, a popular tourist site in the centre of the city, according to the US Olympic Committee (USOC).

The assailant, a 47-year-old man from eastern China, then jumped to his death off the second storey of the monument, police said in a statement, without giving details as to why he carried out the attack.

"The United States Olympic Committee is saddened to confirm the death of Todd Bachman, father-in-law of United States Olympic Men's Indoor Volleyball Head Coach Hugh McCutcheon," the USOC said on their website.

"Mr. Bachman and his wife Barbara were visiting the Drum Tower in Beijing, China, when they were attacked shortly after noon by an assailant wielding a knife.

"Their daughter Elisabeth was with them at the time of the attack.

"Mr. Bachman died as a result of injuries sustained in the attack. Mrs. Bachman suffered serious injuries and was transported to a local hospital for emergency treatment. Her injuries are serious and life-threatening."

Their daughter was not hurt, although police said the Chinese guide was.

The USOC added that the Bachmans were not wearing apparel that identified them as relatives of members of the US Olympic team and cited police as saying the killer acted alone.

The attack occurred despite China deploying massive security in Beijing for the Olympics, with more than 150,000 police and other personnel on patrol across the city.

An estimated 450,000 foreigners are expected to come to Beijing for the Olympics, which opened on Friday night and will finish on August 24.

The killing also happened as US President George W. Bush was in the city to attend the Games and he expressed his condolences.

"The President has been informed and his heart goes out to the families of the victims," a White House official travelling with Bush said.

"The White House and US embassy have offered whatever assistance the family needs. US officials have also been in touch with Chinese authorities on the matter."

The International Olympic Committee issued a statement, saying it was "deeply saddened" over the incident.

Acts of violence against foreigners in Beijing and throughout China are extremely rare, with expatriates happy to wander around the streets of the capital late at night.

However, foreigners have been victims of some high-profile attacks this year.

Last month, a Chinese man murdered a 22-year-old model in Shanghai and a Japanese embassy employee was slightly wounded in a knife attack in Beijing.

Chinese authorities have been clearly on edge over security in the lead-up to the Olympics, warning of a wide range of threats to people coming to Beijing for the event.

China has expressed most concern about Islamic terrorists trying to wreck the Games, and Chinese authorities said militants attacked and killed 16 policemen in the Muslim-populated far northwest of the country last week.

There was no indication that Saturday's incident had anything to with terrorism.

A US embassy spokesman, Richard Buangan, said Ambassador Clark Randt had met with the victims' family at a Beijing hospital to convey Bush's condolences.

The Drum Tower is in the historic heart of Beijing. Together with the Bell Tower, the sites were once used for banging of drums and bells to tell time.

Now the Drum and Bell towers are tourist sites, with visitors able to stroll from them to the city's famed old lakes and other historic areas.

Police identified the attacker as Tang Yongming, from the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou.

The Xinhua news agency said Tang was unemployed and had no previous criminal record. He was divorced and had a 21-year-old son.

teruk nya.
glad it's not in Korea.



Actor and comedian Bernie Mac dies at age 50

By F.N. D'ALESSIO, Associated Press Writer 2 hours, 15 minutes ago

CHICAGO - Bernie Mac, the actor and comedian who teamed up in the casino heist caper "Ocean's Eleven" and gained a prestigious Peabody Award for his sitcom "The Bernie Mac Show," died Saturday at age 50.

"Actor/comedian Bernie Mac passed away this morning from complications due to pneumonia in a Chicago area hospital," his publicist, Danica Smith, said in a statement from Los Angeles.

The comedian suffered from sarcoidosis, an inflammatory lung disease that produces tiny lumps of cells in the body's organs, but had said the condition went into remission in 2005. He recently was hospitalized and treated for pneumonia, which his publicist said was not related to the disease.

Recently, Mac's brand of comedy caught him flack when he was heckled during a surprise appearance at a July fundraiser for Democratic presidential candidate and fellow Chicagoan Barack Obama.

Toward the end of a 10-minute standup routine, Mac joked about menopause, sexual infidelity and promiscuity, and used occasional crude language. The performance earned him a rebuke from Obama's campaign.

But despite controversy or difficulties, in his words, Mac was always a performer.

"Wherever I am, I have to play," he said in 2002. "I have to put on a good show."

Mac worked his way to Hollywood success from an impoverished upbringing on Chicago's South Side. He began doing standup as a child, and his film career started with a small role as a club doorman in the Damon Wayans comedy "Mo' Money" in 1992. In 1996, he appeared in the Spike Lee drama "Get on the Bus."

He was one of "The Original Kings of Comedy" in the 2000 documentary of that title that brought a new generation of black standup comedy stars to a wider audience.

"The majority of his core fan base will remember that when they paid their money to see Bernie Mac ... he gave them their money's worth," Steve Harvey, one of his co-stars in "Original Kings," told CNN on Saturday.

Mac went on to star in the hugely popular "Ocean's Eleven" franchise with Brad Pitt and George Clooney.

Comedian Carl Reiner, who also appeared in "Ocean's Eleven" and its two sequels, said Saturday he was "in utter shock" because he thought Mac was improving. "He was just so alive. I can't believe he's gone," he said.

Reiner told KNX-AM in Los Angeles that other comics had talked to the audience as Mac did on "The Bernie Mac Show," but "he took it to a new level."

"It was such a popular show because of his bigger-than-life persona," Reiner said.

His turn with Ashton Kutcher in 2005's "Guess Who" topped the box office. It was a comedy remake of the classic Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn drama "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?" — with Mac as the black dad who's shocked that his daughter is marrying a white man.

Mac also had starring roles in "Bad Santa," "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle" and "Transformers."

The comedian drew critical and popular acclaim with his Fox television series "The Bernie Mac Show," which aired more than 100 episodes from 2001 to 2006.

The series about a man's adventures raising his sister's three children, won a Peabody Award in 2002. At the time, judges wrote they chose the sitcom for transcending "race and class while lifting viewers with laughter, compassion — and cool."

In real life, he was very much like his character on that series, his daughter, Je'niece Childress, told The Associated Press on Saturday.

"He was the king of his household," Childress said in Chicago, describing Mac as "a loving grandfather" to her daughter, his only grandchild.

"The Bernie Mac Show" garnered Golden Globe and Emmy nominations for Mac.

"But television handcuffs you, man," he said in a 2001 Associated Press interview. "Now everyone telling me what I CAN'T do, what I CAN say, what I SHOULD do, and asking, `Are blacks gonna be mad at you? Are whites gonna accept you?'"

He also was nominated for a Grammy award for best comedy album in 2001 along with his "The Original Kings of Comedy" co-stars, Harvey, D.L. Hughley and Cedric The Entertainer.

Chicago music producer Carolyn Albritton said she was Bernie Mac's first manager, having met him in 1991 at Chicago's Cotton Club where she hosted an open-mike night.

"From very early on I thought he was destined for success," Albritton said Saturday. "He never lost track of where he came from, and he'd often use real life experiences, his family, his friends, in his routine. After he made it, he stayed a very humble man. His family was the most important thing in the world to him."

In 2007, Mac told David Letterman on CBS' "Late Show" that he planned to retire soon.

"I'm going to still do my producing, my films, but I want to enjoy my life a little bit," Mac told Letterman. "I missed a lot of things, you know. I was a street performer for two years. I went into clubs in 1977."

Mac was born Bernard Jeffrey McCullough on Oct. 5, 1957, in Chicago. He grew up on the city's South Side, living with his mother and grandparents. His grandfather was the deacon of a Baptist church.

In his 2004 memoir, "Maybe You Never Cry Again," Mac wrote about having a poor childhood — eating bologna for dinner — and a strict, no-nonsense upbringing.

"I came from a place where there wasn't a lot of joy," Mac told the AP in 2001. "I decided to try to make other people laugh when there wasn't a lot of things to laugh about."

Mac's mother died of cancer when he was 16. In his book, Mac said she was a support for him and told him he would surprise everyone when he grew up.

"Woman believed in me," he wrote. "She believed in me long before I believed."

Sigh. Mr.Mac.
You will be missed.

Saturday, August 9, 2008

101st post.

watching Metallica LIVE on MTV!
well it's sorta live rite? hmmm :S

\m/ !

randomity #25

to my flatmates :

please do not wake me up when you wanna leave for class at 7.55 am.
it really doesn't make me wanna get up from bed.
if i don't wake up the first time just simbah some cold water on me man!
i don't care.
yes it IS my fault that i don't wake up for class. :P
but you know help a brother out man. :S

to Dewan Jemerlang seats :

why are you so comfy?
makes me sleepy all the time!
especially during DPHS!
why arent you like your wooden uncomfortable brethren in Dewan Kenanga?
damn you comfy seat! die!
yes i just complained about that something that is comfortable.
only me people. only me. ungrateful bastard. hahahaha

to Khalil Haafiz :

your mother buli aku dalam class pharmaco hari tu!
siot ar!
ni yang aku malas kalau kenal kenal lecturer ni.
hahaha tapi mak kau best ar! sama macam ko. lawak tak boleh blah!
oh we just put the rats to sleep. we didnt kill them.
no not that kinda put-to-sleep-forever kinda thing.
really put to sleep. we used phenobarbitone.
i need some of the PB man. *yummy*

to myself :

MPIS starting to get busy.
i'm in the committee for Xmas Nite also. (!)
yeah they apparently need a Malay to check the halal-ity of the food.
or was Ben just lying?

to myself again :

Olympics started already!
come on Malaysia! Malaysia boleh yadayadayada!
EPL also starting!
what the hell man more reason to deprive me from my studies!
Man Utd RULES! CR7 staying ! hehe!

to someone :

cepat lah balik.
boring ar.

Thursday, August 7, 2008



a picture can tell a whole fucking story.

it just depends on who is telling the story.


argh shit.
gotta go pharmaco practical.
more mice to torture play around with.


can my heart be played around with?

Saturday, August 2, 2008

I suck.

at relationships.


panas panas.

okay so first they were all like :

pastu at 6th RC :

tapi tak apa lar
as long as :

dont waste water!
dont waste electricity!
don't litter!
car pool dammit!

to xz and the gang.

to Xian Zhiong , Thong Siang , Chong Han and Ming :

sorry i'm not joining you guys to the MAA's .
i'm not really an MTV guy
not like you guys anyway
and plus, i'm pretty much broke right about now so i think a trip to genting would be out of the question eh.
bus ticket also cannot afford leh.

yes i passed up the chance to attend the MAA's LIVE.
free some more!
how much of an idiot am i?
i can see people going "WTF?" and "You stupid **** bla bla bla!"

hey you can't please everybody right?

i guess no futsal for this week then. :S