Monday, 31 May 2010

Dajjal is the embodiment of evil

The horrifying deadly attack by Israeli naval commandos on a flotilla carrying 10,000 tonnes of aid to Gaza in international waters is a true work of the sons of Dajjal.
The flotilla which carries goods and supplies for the usage of people in Gaza among all fetch humanitarians from several countries including Malaysia.

Does Israel really think that in international waters they can commit endless crimes with no jurisdiction to prosecute them?
I am eager to hear what robocop of the world, the United States has to say on this matter.

The US has so far been rather careful and quiet since the attacked.
Maybe they're in the midst trying to scheme out answers for both parties ~ nice for the ears of the Israelis @ their rulers, and in the same time soothes the world with some white lies because, hey, they are the one who claimed themselves as 'a compassionate nation' and we all know they greedily want to keep that Sheriff badge in order to rule the world....sorry, help rule the world. The ruler is still the Zionist.
Don't you think so?

While Im supposing that Israel will be let off scott-free, I am hoping the United Nations will be united in condemning the attack and not just mere verbal but also in action that will put the civilians killer-nation to world prison.

Feeling besotted with the thought that they will be allowed to kill civilians who were on a ship 'supposedly' carrying weapons, I can't help but wonder what is their right in doing so.
Do they really think that they have immunity killing civilians on what they believe 'in the ungoverned area'?

Watching how Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman denied existence of any humanitarian crisis in Gaza and said the aid convoy manifestedviolent propaganda against Israel, and Israel will not allow its sovereignty to be threatened in any way, in any place land, air or sea' with such impertinent, it reminded me to the story of Al Masih Ad-Dajjal (the false messiah) and I have no doubt at all that they are the military and true minions and followers of Dajjal.

Their only purpose in this world is to conquer and spread disaster to ruin the world and human peace.
With Turkey, an allied nation with the country now giving Israel a firm NO-NO, we hope the attack will generate a mass condemnation of Israel and their supporters.

Sunday, 30 May 2010

Of cuisine, animal beautification and cruelty....

I came back from having a meal from one of the supposedly 'purveyors of fine food'.
Having to enjoy Foie gras which is also known as "fat liver" because the cuisine was originated from liver of a duck and goose, I cant help but thought about some of the fact I've once read about the food product.
For your info this creamy and nice cuisine originated from specially fattened duck or goose, and that this fattening is somehow regarded as 'cruel and inhumane treatment' by some activist.
A number of countries and other jurisdictions have laws against force feeding or the sale of foie gras.
Which, brought me to another similar 'inhumane' (to me at least) way of selling pets such as rabbits and birds which had been dyed by the sellers for I-don't-know-the-reason why.

The last time I've seen such thing taken place was when I was still an Art and Design student and we young students are very creative and happy lots and can't help but make things as colourful and interesting as ours .
At that time, I thought it's hilarious....not anymore.
I didn't manage to snap puppies and cats, however.

Thursday, 27 May 2010

Why oh why...

I love loads of things in life as much as I hate things and people that slows me down.
One additional thing that I hate living in this country is having to read whatever I googled in Arabic.

It annoys me greatly that my google pages are rendered in the langguage just because I happen to be here in the Gulf. Yup, I know there is translate bar on top of the page but heck, I don't understand why do they (those search engines people) just can't locate my prefered language and save the setting and remember my IP and I don't have to be bothered by the Arabic words on my face every now and then.

Internet is global.
It's mission is making life easier for people, but that's not the case for me and thousands more of those who are non- Arabic living and conducting businesses in Arab countries. Basically, to me global means 'the usage or form of interaction uniformly understood by all, i.e. English'.

I do understand that the web companies are trying to be helpful to their users and localise their services but in this current era where people don't stay put in their origin countries and business travellers are everywhere everyday, these 'web masters' should think of some ways of localising than just automatically giving people (like moi) some Arabic pages based on my IP address.

I remember having it set to my preferred language and it was okay sometime last year, but it happens again and I'm feeling of being forced to use another language settings than my preferred one just because I'm living here.

Interesting part is; this never happens in my home country Malaysia.
Could it be because Malaysia is a multiracial and English is the second language.
Maybe also Bahasa Melayu, the formal language of the country is actually not formal when it comes to internet. Perhaps.

They should just allow their users the 'freedom' of selecting and opening the site and see language that the users familiar with instead of trying to 'be nice' and selecting the language as per the IP address.


Tuesday, 25 May 2010

Contrite Facebook CEO promises new privacy controls - Yahoo! News

Better be since now people are getting more and more smarter especially in using other people's personality and character...what more with photos.

Monday, 24 May 2010

Shut-up you rascals....

Duo who asked Samy Vellu to step down sacked.

KUALA LUMPUR: The MIC has sacked Central Working Committee members KP Samy and G. Kumar Aamaan for 'acting against party interests', party sources said.

The duo had asked party president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu to step down.

KP Samy and Kumar Aamaan confirmed receiving their expulsion letters
Monday evening. Both had backed former party youth deputy leader V. Mugilan, who was sacked last week, in demanding that Samy Vellu vacate his post
as soon as possible.

KP Samy said his letter was similar to the one Mugilan received that quoted articles 14.2.1 and 58(2) of the party constitution. He said he would be holding a press conference on his next course of action.

When contacted, Kumar Aamaan said the public would sympathise with him over his sacking.

“God will know what to do and the Prime Minister will decide what action to take,” he added.

Meanwhile, a non-governmental organisation (NGO) lodged a police report against the Anti-Samy Vellu Movement (GAS) fearing the movement's actions could spark outrage in the Indian community.

Kuala Lumpur Development Crime Prevention and Anti-Drugs Volunteer Force Organisation PREVENT) president Jeevan S. Ramamurthy said he fears the movement's claim that they would distribute a CD of Samy Vellu.

“We are worried that this video would be damaging and seditious in nature and as such cause serious unrest within the Indian community,” he said after lodging the report at the Brickfields police station on Monday.

He urged the police to investigate the contents of the video and act on it if the
contents were deemed offensive.

Jeevan also urged the police to take action against the movement's organisers if they continued with their plan to organise a gathering without a permit scheduled to be held on May 30.

A group of disgruntled MIC grassroots leaders, including sacked deputy Youth
leader V. Mugilan, had announced the plans to set up the movement on Saturday to
push for the immediate resignation of the party president.

Mugilan said the movement, to be launched on May 30, would explain to party members and Malaysians in general, why Samy Vellu should resign as president.

I extract this news from The Star today.
Somehow, I find today news got a lot of interesting subjects.
From a 22 year-old girl claiming she was raped and won the case, to this non other news (not a news has been like this ever since) about some people getting the sack for complaining and raising their ideas.
I mean, what is life and what is a member of a political party when you can't even voice out your dissatisfaction or in this case an idea for the old man to leave his chair.

What more can anyone (Malaysian, in particular the Malaysian Indians) say about this Samy Vellu. He had been called names. He had been labelled with degrading remarks but he is still him. The God of M.I C.

You can't grumble and can't complaint.

To be a member of MIC or UMNO (simply naming another one because there was a case last year or a year before during Abdullah Badawi reign, similar case happened) members need to kowtow to all the bullshits of the decision makers or the head of the party.
But, wait till something happened to them, or he retired (in this case the bashing of Mahathir Mohammed) during his heated critiques towards the management of Abdullah 'the Flip Flop' Badawi.
I remember his remarks on friends turned foes.....

Thus, coming back to Samy Vellu's case here, I think he will die in his seat....then only the seat will be vacate. Until then, pray hard folks....

Petra vs Malaysia

Raja Petra challenges Govt to bring him to trial in London

He is the man!
But not man enough to fight on the home ground?!!....errr...

Girls, girls, girls....

Jail, rotan for man who raped student while friends cheered -Read further....

I find it amusing reading this particular news today.
How can the 22 year-old student claimed that she was raped when she herself wanted to be in that situation, willingly.
Why report rape when she is the one who so obligingly follow the man, supposedly her boyfriend to get herself entertained and later followed him back to his room?

If, she is 15, she might be dumb to give excuses when the man suggested her go to his house, but she is 22.

I am not championing rapists, but this is an obvious case of willingness to be 'raped' and another guess ~ the girl's lawyer is smarter than the defending one.


Friday, 21 May 2010


I know from long ago I'm made of my right brain rather than the sluggish left side....hahaha.

Foreign language, besides arts, which had been introduced to me by my father since the age of six or seven, had always been very inspiring.
Learning new words of languages that I'm aware of; be it Bahasa Melayu, my mother tongue or English and the sparse ones like Bahasa Indonesia (hhmmm, now me wondering whether this can be counted as one or would it be group together with Bahasa Melayu?), French, Cantonese and newly created words (and some accepted in international dictionaries you know) never fail to interest and excite me.

Today I learnt that my third and fourth syllable had been use to name one species of fish somewhere in the America (?)'s called FISHZILLA.
That is really funny.
Even more funnier when people also use that to remember another person.
One cheeky supplier during my involvement in the heavy haulage business in late 90s referred me as Godzilla. No joke.
He showed me his mobile entry to my number!!

Anyway, it made me laugh that they actually took Godzilla's, the fictional Japanese monster that used to made me glued to the box during childhood time fame name in order to picture something huge.

Wonder why not from King Kong.
FishKong....or KongFish?....No?
Maybe Godzilla existed earlier than the King of ape...

Anyway, here the list of ZILLA that I know of...

Shazilla (the ever loner, cyinical and people hater monster)
Godzilla (the Jap evergreen and angry monster)
Mozilla (the firefox internet buster)
Fishzilla (the catfish look alike monster....although he doesn't look monstrous a bit)
and...there's one on the X-rated side too.

That's about it at the moment....i'll add on if I know some more.

Tuesday, 18 May 2010

Unwillingly naked!

My husband asked me yesterday, until when do I think the facebook-ing thing will go on...and I automatically answered 'perhaps another two more years and it'll slowly fade off..."

Of course, I do not speak on behalf of you or millions of its excited users, but looking at it and considering some other aspect plus taking human interest in it, I feel the pulse of facebook users (those more than two years, i.e) are beating slower compare to the mid of facebook craze in 2008 ~ for me i.e.

One thing for sure, I found myself and people likeminds getting some sort of tiresome feeling with the platform, even more notably when it comes to lots of changes every now and then.
Earlier during it's craze changes had been done from simple layout to 'eye-confusing' one where all details were stuffed into one page. It was done twice or three time if I'm not mistaken.

But my concern and what is more important is the terms and conditions aspect of it ~ the privacy, applications and other related websites matters per se.

Today, I saw a friend's message mentioning about yet another new thing brought forward by facebook to its users that would enable certain information made public on another shared platform. It is called "Instant Personalization" where it enables the sharing of data with non-Facebook websites and it is automatically set to allow.

Now, one important thing for us to remember is, when we subscribe to all these Internet platforms, most of us just do not bothered to read the terms and conditions when signing up ~ Im one of those lot.
See, when most of internet based platform make their billions of dollars by getting it multiply via ordinary people like us, we unwittingly allow certain infos about us and our friends to be used publicly in other word; assisting it to work.
It is a MLM of internet social networking.

And it does work ain't it? Wonders don't you think so when it comes to suggesting friends?
Now, don't some of you just get a little hyped up (good or bad) when being suggested or 'found' by someone you've not been in contact for more than 20 years?
Don't that kind of euphoric feeling travels in your system during those time newly subscribing to the platform.... but after a while it fade off ?
No denying.
I had that sorta feeling too, but as time goes by and after having funtime socialising among the community, it struck my head that some of my personal things are being made available to the public, if not from my own doing, it'll be via some friends' wall etc.

Of course, again, I'm reiterating that this is my own personal opinion and I do not speak on behalf of anyone, especially those teenage kids (girls especially) who doesn't know nuts about privacy and all they know is make available and posting sexy provocative pictures ( some adult ladies does that too, in order to get friends...male friends or future partner to be exact).

Basically, I feel that although we restrict our data to ONLY our friends (unless otherwise), but as technology grows, we users need to be more Internet-educated in order to secure our privacy from personality thieves and not be stripped naked to the public unwillingly....

Sunday, 16 May 2010

Affluent Qataris Seek What Money Cannot Buy

" They tend to drive big cars, live in big houses and get big loans to pay for big watches and an outsize lifestyle. They have an army of laborers from the developing world to build a sparkling skyline and to work whatever jobs they feel are beneath them. And their nation has enough oil and gas to keep the good times rolling for decades"....... (read more...)


Well, one thing for sure; they can't carry on feeling angry because without the 'outsiders' helping build the country, they won't be able be where they are now today, even though the main industry produced thousands of barrels of the black gold per day for export.

On the other hand, can't blame them for feeling insecure and intrigued by some sort of injustice what ever it may be.
Tell me who'd like their country being infested with foreigners?
All sort of colours?
Just like Malaysia (Klang Valley i.e) where you'd see tons of Indonesians and other nationals roaming the streets and town especially evident when it comes to Eid holidays when all the working folks hailed from states outside Klang Valley goes 'balik kampung'.
It was an eye-sore, for me at least, c
ompare to the scene 20 years back when it was much more quieter and cleaner.

Unlike Bahrain their neighbour, in Qatar you won't be able to see their locals working in service industries. Service industries here I'm referring to hospitals, malls, coffee houses and boutiques.
The trend here is in hospitals, you'd see more from India, Iranian and others.
In shops, malls, boutiques or hotels they'd be more Lebanese, Filipinos and Indians.
No doubt being the minority in numbers in own country is very unpleasant, but of them being treated as minority, I doubt it at all.

Although Qatar citizens make up a mere 15 percent of the nation’s 1.6 million people, it shouldn't drives them to be feeling victimised because priority don't always goes to the foreigner, and it'll never will.

It has to be understood by them that job opportunities (this is not referring to labour job as they are mainly imported from India and the Philippines), the higher ranking ones will definitely (as now) filled with expats from countries all over the world, but, these expats came with years of experience and knowledge.
Just like any other GCCs, the O&G which is the backbone of these countries, will always see more British, Americans and Europeans. In Qatar they require more foreigner besides those, and here Asians took opportunity. They hailed from countries such as Indonesia and in recent five years more Malaysians had been imported too.
As for the Indians, they had long been in this country.
Just like in Malaysia, some of them had been here for more than three generations.
Unlike Malaysia, they're not recognised as citizens.
But these are the people that if I can put my word right ~ the middle and low movers of the country's development.
I assumed when one of the interviewee expressed his dissatisfaction that he felt 'foreigner are seen as better at any job than a Qatari's" he might be referring to those expats whom are paid highly to fill in jobs in the constructions and consultations industry.
Furthermore, those imported expats came with years of experience and having develop different work ethics and professionalism, they obviously can produced better quality and indepth in their work.

However or whatever type of resentment they have, at the end of the whole ball game, there'd be a special way of them winning. And these are done via technology know-how transfers in some industries.
Basically, at the end of the day, the Qataris will benefits all.
No doubt expats in this country are paid one of the highest package in the Middle East, but when it comes to climbing up the ladder....there'd be some sort of hindrance there.

Although the locals are labelled as 'very spoiled', I must agree that Qataris often lacked the skills, education and qualifications to be competitive in many other economies.
They are still trying to develop their my view, just like Malaysia during the early 80s, when things are just being pushed hard.
However, during those developing decades, Malaysia has its steadfast pusher Prime Minister Mahathir Mohammad equipped with his excellent blueprint on how to grow the country accordingly.
Yet again, who can blame the Qataris for being and feeling pampered?
I bet my life that if Malaysian were to be granted free electricity, water, education or health care and given land and low-cost loans to build houses when they marry....they'll be in the same boat as the locals here too.

That perhaps is one of the reasons why they lack of interest in working hard for their own country. Nevertheless, I am sure they are changing for betterment, although the lavishness would always be there. All they need is to see things more differently, just like how their
HH Sheikha Mozah is. She who I can say a really go-getter type, has no reservation when it comes to playing her role helping build the country especially when it comes to educations and social related matters.
In my opinion, one thing that MUST be drilled to the younger generations is that ~ the oil might be gone one day~, and before the foreigners take over the country all the way, they should start take any jobs although it is considered unsuitable for them.
They ought to be aggressive, not just on the road but also on the economic side of it.

And one more factor which needed to be strives here - the language.
Having equipped with well written and versed English, they will definitely be able to fill in more positions in finance, higher education and the media.
I mean, honestly, when it comes to the media ~ newspapers ~ I have stopped reading totally.
I can't be swallowing news both from general to celebrity ~ all filled with those from India.....
like, hey, am I in India or Qatar now

Friday, 14 May 2010


I stumbled upon this while reading some things on Hebrew and Jewish.

The meaning of my third syllabe name Zilla.
How interesting that it meant Shadow. No wonder Im quite a dark person inside....despite my jovial outfront....hahaha.

Below is an excerpt of it for those of you interested to know.

Meaning of the name can play a big role in your baby's personality, that is why it is important and also fun to find out the meaning of the name when choosing a baby name for your child. By choosing the name Zilla, you might expect that some of your baby's personality could be shaped by its meaning. The history and meaning of the name Zilla is very fascinating and interesting. Name Zilla is a Girl name. The origin of beautiful and unique baby name Zilla is Hebrew, although name Zilla along with the other Hebrew baby names for Girls is popular in different regions of the world.

Even though name Zilla is not in the Top 100 baby names, the name Zilla is very beautiful and will make your baby stand out from the crowd.

If you think of naming your baby Zilla, you should consider buying a baby name domain for your child before it is taken by someone else. If domain name Zilla is not available, you can add your last name to the name Zilla. Many people register for baby name domains that include their baby's first and last names.

[ TZI-la ]


Same Meaning:Shadow, Zillah, Chhaya


Origin: Hebrew

Interesting is it not?

Wednesday, 12 May 2010

Teenage entrepreneurs.

"Here is one indicator of the allure of Silicon Valley's entrepreneurial culture: Diane Keng just launched her third start-up -- and she is still in high school.

In March, the 18-year-old launched Internet company to help teens manage their digital lives and social-network identities in one place. She is now pitching the company to venture capitalists, and earlier this week presented at the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco......" more.


This is what I call a well-taken opportunity, 'properly- used' brain and of course, not forgetting Mr Luck. Those three play quite an important role in anyone life in pursuing their intentions to gain betterment in life.

I remember going to a friend's office in Shah Alam Malaysia. It was an American company, Hunter Douglas which niche business in architectural products, window coverings and home improvement ~ i remember reading the glass wall about the company's vision and mission besides the late founder's indication to success.
It was stated that 20% of luck plays a part in getting where you wanna get to in life.
(hmmmm....tell that to those who doesn't believe in one. And 20% is quite a percentage)

Nevertheless, in this young girl's case, it is also the assistance she acquired from the father who is a VC...and that my friend, can bring you any type of business you want to venture, because without, things might not be as flowery as it is, I guess....:)

Tuesday, 11 May 2010

Summer officially here...

Well, today is it official that summer is hitting the coast of Qatar.
At 7pm the air is differently hot than the usual daytime heat, and the winds blowing it's hot air continuously till late evening, which at the same time yesterday, while taking a walk by the quiet beach near the house, the weather is so beautifully nice and windy.How, in just a day the weather changed...
Thus go my day time galavanting out in the outside during day time, and majority of human folks will be crowding the malls and shops in the evening to do their shoppings.
And talking about this, I know the trees, dates trees to be exact; will be the indication of the weather changes. I was sometime, early this year complaining that the winter doesn't feel as chilly as it used to be in 2008 when compare month to month.
But after seeing the shoots of dates emerging in an early month of March, I know that nature just know and will takes its own course. They'll know when to start and when to stop....all in the hand of God almighty.

Monday, 10 May 2010

Ash Slows Air Travel Across the Atlantic -

Unexpected aftermath...

Big guns on the grill...oucchh, it's HOT!

You know, literally no one can do anything to CEOs or Chairman of a company, now, we're talking about those superhuge multinationals.
They're tough headed, gets what they want even if they want it immediately.

But comes certain time, especially when it is concerning the law or government policies....this is when you going to see them breathing thru their mouth gasping for air answering and thinking hard to answer to all those authorities.

I was watching the grilling of the British Petroleum (BP) America Chairman Mc Kay on the telly during his 'question and answer' at the Capitol Hill over the recent oil spills.

Yup, the BP 2010 Oil Spills....and with the rising USD350 million inquest, with their shares plummeting, the catastrophic explosion is really going to cause both the Gulf of Mexico and BP double trouble.

The oil spill from BP offshore drilling rig in the Gulf has recently reported to reach the shoreline and killing and endangering marine habitats, wildlife besides it's effect to human health and livelihood.
The leak was reportedly releasing about 5,000 barrels of oil per day and efforts to manage the spill with controlled burning still unsuccessful.

It will, if continue until certain curable measures took place, this oil spill will become the worst oil spill in history. A larger damage was in 1989 when Exxon Valdez tanker spilled 11 million gallons of oil into the ecologically sensitive Prince William Sound off Gulf of Alaska.

The different between these two oil spills was ~ the tanker held a finite capacity of oil but BP's rig is tapping oil and will continue pumping more oil into the ocean indefinitely until the leak is plugged.

Besides all the hoo-haas with people demonstrating asking not to purchase BP oils and environmentalists running shores, I found one interesting matter-of-fact statement to this already hot issue made by Sarah Palin, the gorgeous Alaskan governor ~'don't trust the foreign oil company'.
And we all long know the ergghh thing between the Brits and American....

Friday, 7 May 2010

Inspired by violent rhetoric....lets kill!

Times Square Suspect Drew Inspiration From Militant Cleric -

"Inspired by violent rhetoric"?
Just what kind of inspiration is this when it only spells killing and killing more people?
Because of all these fanatics living and emerging from these certain countries, and those who would be carrying Islam as their religion; all other Muslims around the world are facing tough times going in to countries especially the United States for genuine purposes such as work and business.

Correct me if I'm wrong.
These fanatics claimed they fight in the name of Islam, thus making their death, if they died; a syahid or died as a martyrs, which will enable them go straight to heaven.
But do they know the histories and stories of Prophet Muhammad (saw) himself. Of all his battle.
These people, if their reason is just killing one person that supposedly to be there around that specific time; can't they just take the person alone.
Why bombing and killing other people in the vicinity?
What is their real intentions?

Eventually, the one who would be carrying the bad reputation is non other than the religion itself.
No matter where you came from. For as long as you're a Muslim, worst still if you wear hijab, or men with Arabic features with bushy beard.

A friend who is a Malaysian, but not a Muslim had tough time going into one country because his name has an 'Al' there.
For those of you who are not familiar, in Malaysian identity card (ID) and passport; those who are Muslims has Bin or Binti in between their name and the father's. But for those non-Muslim, especially the Indians, they'd indicate A/L which stands for Anak Lelaki (translate ;Son Of)
The reason was, when interrogated, they (the emigrations) assumed that AL stands for Al as in some Arabic surname.

This indicent and others around the world, adds on to the continuation of the US President chanting that "a war against global terrorism, not against Islam" again and again. Maybe lesser during Barrack Obama's office because he need to buffer that damage done by the Bushes.

So when will we able able to stripped Islam off as a 'violence-prone' religion?

Shooting gone wrong....

A couple sues police for RM4.75m

SHAH ALAM: A couple and another have filed a suit, seeking RM4.75 million in damages from the police and the government, over a shooting incident last year.

Siti Nasrinda Tumirin, 23, and her husband, Mohd Fauzi Mohd Daud, 26, filed the suit through the legal firm of M.Manoharan & Co at the High Court registry here today.

Besides Siti Nasrinda and her husband, the other person named as plaintiff in the suit is Siti Nasrinda's father-in-law, Mohd Daud Ab Hamid, 51.

They named Constable Razlan Mohd Khairi, Corporal Abdul Wahab Ishak, Klang district police chief ACP Mohamad Mat Yusof, Selangor police chief Datuk Khalid Abu Bakar. Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan and the Malaysian government as defendants.

In the statement of claim, Siti Nasrinda said that she and Mohd Fauzi, who were not yet married then, were chatting in a car which was parked at the Taman Perumahan Sungai Keramat in Klang Utama, about 8.30pm on Aug 19, 2009, when a patrol car, with Razlan and Abdul Wahab inside, approached from the opposite direction and flashed a light at them.

Frightened, Mohd Fauzi then drove away, but was pursued by the police and during the chase, the policemen fired several shots at them.

Siti Nasrinda claimed that one of shots grazed her back and waist.

Realising that she was injured, she said, Mohd Fauzi stopped the car and was then detained.
Siti Nasrinda and Mohd Fauzi pleaded that the two policemen had failed to discharge their duties responsibly and want a court declaration that the defendants had violated Article 5 of the Federal Constitution, as well as provisions in the Police Act.

They are also seeking a court declaration that Razlan and Abdul Wahab had committed an attempted murder.

Besides seeking the setting up of a Royal Commission of Inquiry to investigate their complaints, Siti Nasrinda, Mohd Fauzi and Mohd Daud also want an order to be issued for all policemen in the country to carry a baton instead of firearms.

The three plaintiffs are seeking general damages of RM1.75 million and RM3 million in aggravated damages, with interests. - Bernama


Hmmm....them seeking the setting up of a RCI little chance but might be considered after recent case of 'free-shooting', but an order to be issued for all policemen in the country to carry a baton instead of firearms? Definitely not be entertained.
Whatmore with the country now infested with evil in disguise who'd carry more fully automated machines than just a normal Smith & Wesson 3.8 revolver.

This is another case of trigger-happy police of Royal Malaysian Police.

Not saying bad about the Malaysian policemen, it happens elsewhere around the world too, but when it get too often, then it's kinda frightening.
I don't want to be visited by some flying bullet while walking near Bukit Bintang area...(ehemm.....vices tend to inhabit this area more than others)

Anyway, I sure think that it is the policeman fault. Maybe it is also because he had been counting days and was eager to gun people matter who.

Perhaps he was having some tough time at home or in the department?...which make me wonder whether do our policemen in the country were given counselling time....just to eased up some stress you know.

It's a pity that civilian must suffer due to some kind of disability came forth from a member of a police force and failing to judge the seriousness or dangerousness of each case or moment encountered.

A winner again?


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Secondly, you are hereby advice to stop dealing with some non-officials in the bank and also couriers as this is an illegal act and will have to stop if you so wish to receive your payment immediately. After the board meeting held at our headquarters, we have resolved in finding a solution to your problem, and as you may know, we have arranged your payment through our SWIFT CARD PAYMENT CENTRE in Europe, America and Asia Pacific Amsterdam, which is then instruction given by our president, Alhaji Umaru Musa Yar Adua (GCFR) Federal Republic of Nigeria.

We guarantee 100% receipt of your payment, because we have perfected everything in regards to the release of your $$1.2,000,000 States Dollars to be 100% risk free and free from any hitches as it’s our duty to protect citizens of the United States of America And also Other Countries. (This is as a result of the mandate from US Government to make sure all debts owed to citizens of American which includes Inheritance, Contract, Gambling/Lottery etc are been cleared for the betterment of the current economic status of the nation and its citizens as he bas always believed “Our Time for Change has come” because “Change can happen”).

Below are few list of tracking numbers you can track from CITY SPRING SAFE HANDLERS COURIER COMPANY website to confirm people like you who have received their payment successfully.

Name : Donna L. Vargas: UPS Tracking Number: 147893 (
Name : Rovenda Elaine Clayton: UPS Tracking Number: 2349012 (

This card centre will send you an ATM CARD which you will use to withdraw your money in an ATM MACHINE in any part of the world, but the maximum is ($15,000.00) Five Thousand Us Dollars per transaction. So, if you like to receive your fund this way, $15,000 usd for you to withdraw for a day and each transaction is $ 5,000 usd minimum which you have to withdraw $1.2,000 usd for one working day also be informed that the total amount in the SWIFT ATM CARD is $$1.2,000,000 Million United State of America Dollars.

(1)Your Full Name:
(2)Your Address where you want the payment centre to send your ATM CARD.:
(3)Phone and Fax Number
(6)Your Nearest International Air Port in your City of residence:
(7)Company Name:

We shall be expecting to receive your information’s from you to verify and commence delivery of your awarded ATM card, you have stop any further communication with anybody or office. On this regards, do not hesitate to contact me for more details and direction, and also please do update me with any new development.

Thanks for your co-operation.

Best Regards,

Directors Name: GEORGE PUN
Direct Hotline:+234-70363-587-81

Note: Disregard any email you get from any impostors or offices claiming to be in possession of your ATM card, you are hereby advice only to be in contact with MR GEORGE PUN) of the ATM card center who is the rightful person to deal with in regards to your payment and forward any emails you get from impostors to this office via the above fax number so we could act upon it immediately. Help stop cyber crime.


Another email notification for my supposedly unclaimed winnings...
Besides reporting as spam, there's nothing else I can do to be 'delisted' fro receiving such idiotic notifications.

I guess, they'd try ways and means to get into someone's pocket...those who will be stupid enough to believe these idiots i.e.

Best part is, it ended with 'Help stop cyber crime'....hahahaha. I really hope they'd use some smarter way in conning people.

Wednesday, 5 May 2010

Emotional detachment.

I was lying down to sleep recapping my whole day activities, from the first hour of the morning which has been a routine since I dont really know when, when the word 'emotional detachment' all of a sudden popped out.
Well, popped out for a reason I must say.
I was actually thinking and evaluating my own behaviour, my surrounding and other people whom I know and don't really know, and those whom I know and don't know of my existence and their relations to me as a person, a friend and counterparts.

I dwell on this and decided to write about it this morning ~ before the moods sets in (like as if I got an obligation to fill in my blog, i.e.....)

Anyway, emotional detachment to my limited and most modest understanding is 'when we don't give the slightest care about people, or things thus making us stronger mentally and emotionally and unlikely be bothered much by uncalled for incidences or words, especially those that is out to scrapped our emotional self'.

I do not know other than that.
Maybe I have a look in some psychological meaning to it later...

As we human, were made up of thoughts and feelings besides other things, we're just group of homosapien living our day to day life working and eating and be' feeling'.
Whether we're normal in certain ways, overly sensitive in others, or with lackadaisical view towards anything concerning life ~ we will no matter what experience some sort of emotional-related experience more often than not.
Others might be having a monotonous graph which I'd say...."gosh, that is so unadventurous life" but others might have more than they can swallow on a daily basis.

Coming back to my 'emotional detachment'.
I was actually thinking about some incidences where assuming if 'emotional detachment' is being executed properly~ a lot of unwanted emotional turmoil would definitely being put at bay.
It is as simple as this;
If I had allow emotional detachment towards certain things in my life before, I would have been somewhere in some different country doing a totally different things right now.
If my mother would adapt minor emotional detachment in her life and worry less of her grown up children, she would not have to take Betaloc medication on a daily basis anymore.
If those wicked evil-hearted people learn to detached their rotten feelings towards someone, that poor fellow won't have to suffer some 'mysterious' sickness unable to be diagnosed by scientific doctors and suffers his days lying down feeling very sick.

You see, Im pretty sure emotional detachment, is all about the 'refusal of us to stay connected with others emotionally'.
In other words, it is very easy for us to ignore someone by just not being bothered emotionally, although controlling the emotional part of it is the vital task to carry out.
Nevertheless, if frequentlt practiced, eventually we will able to numb our feelings thus making it easy to eliminate their 'existences' effectively.

Another example is having a tough cynical boss to report to. The sort who'd would jump on seeing red on the book. The sort that 'politically-correct' words are not in his vocab.
It is not easy chewing degrading words but it would be easy if emotional detachment is being put in place. The unfriendly words uttered only stays in the boardroom and shall never be ringing in the our head outside of it and we won't feel like knocking him down when seeing him crossing the road.

Meaning, when we practice emotional detachment we can surely save our life from being the slaves of other's emotional suppressions created by those who are basically lack of emotional intelligence.
We save ourself from feeling down and low, while still being able to maintain our esteem.
We save ourself from oppressing opportunistic bastards and crude idiots who had never know the meaning of empathy and humanity which will prevent us from being the victim of their emotional demands.

Although being emotionally detached makes us pas sincère, or hard to predict, honestly to me it help our brain categorising from the most important things to the least I should be concerned of and it's a brilliant way to be adapted while mingling with all sort of attributes.

Tuesday, 4 May 2010

Know your eggs...

Four myths about eggs
By Lori Bongiorno (enviromental journalist)
Choosing eggs is not nearly as simple as it should be. After all, the average egg weighs about 2 ounces. How many decisions can you possibly have to make for something so small and seemingly simple? Well, let’s see: Brown or white? Large or small? Organic or not?

And those decisions are just the tip of the iceberg. Egg cartons can be stamped with any number of labels, some meaningful, others not so much.

It's not always easy to separate fact from fiction when it comes to eggs. Below are some of the most common misperceptions.
Myth: Brown eggs are different than white.
Fact: The only difference between a brown and white egg is the color of the shell, which is merely a reflection of the breed of the hen. In general, but not always, hens with white feathers and earlobes lay white eggs and those with dark feathers and red earlobes lay brown eggs.

One isn’t healthier, more “natural,” or more eco-friendly than the other. There aren’t any differences in nutritional quality, flavor, or cooking characteristics.

Myth: Free-range eggs come from hens that roam freely outdoors.
Fact: The claims are not regulated for eggs, according to Consumer Reports. So there is no guarantee that the hen that laid the eggs ever saw the light of day. Of course, it may have spent time outdoors, but the “free range” label doesn’t mean anything. The following labels are also meaningless when it comes to eggs: “free roaming,” “hormone free,” and “raised without antibiotics.”

Myth: Organic eggs are healthier.
Fact: They certainly can be, but it all depends on the chicken’s diet. Organic eggs come from hens that are fed a 100-percent organic diet. However, what really matters when it comes to nutrition is whether the hens were raised on pasture. Studies, such as those conducted at Penn State University and by Mother Earth News, found that eggs from chickens that ate grass and insects contained higher levels of omega-3 fat, and vitamins E, A, and in some cases D.

If you want eggs from hens that are raised on pasture or spend a lot of time outdoors, then you’ll have to find a farmer you trust at your local farmers’ market.

Myth: Egg substitutes are simply eggs (or egg whites) without the shells.
Fact: Most products have added stabilizers, thickeners, vitamins, carotenes, and, sometimes, spices, according to Marion Nestle, author of What to Eat. She also points out that they cost about twice as much as real eggs. (A pound of egg substitutes weighs slightly less than a dozen small eggs.)

Of course, if you can’t eat egg yolks for health reasons or have no use for them, egg substitutes are a good option, and most products only have a tiny percentage of additives. Just read the labels before buying.

Monday, 3 May 2010


Got this via email today and trust that it should be genuine as there are thousand and one way of people generating 'income' nowadays....

A genuine message posted by a law firm in Malaysia.
If you're going to KL, take note-

I am sure you all have heard of 'pick pocket'.
A new trend 'push pocket'.
Read on... for your own good

A few days ago a new type of crime has surfaced in town.
It goes something like this:-
Somebody slips a hand-phone into your pocket,
sometimes it could be just a wallet with
an identity card and a few ringgit.

A few minutes later, the 'owner' comes up
and confronts you, the 'thief '.
He makes a big commotion that you stole his stuff.

You, caught unaware, are then pulled aside by the
'owner' for a settlement. You are intimidated and threatened
that if you do not pay up the police will be brought in.
If you pay up, this 'owner' lets you go..
If not, the police are brought in.

Another strange thing is that there always seems
to be a 'witness' to your 'theft'.

I am told this often happens to foreigners at
the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA)
or even at LRT trains.
Given that you're 'guilty until proven innocent'
as far as the Malaysian police are concerned,
I understand some poor people are in jail for
these 'offences'.

At the KLIA, the 'owner' throws his hand-phone and
wallet with the few ringgit notes into the luggage
trolley of a just arrived passenger.
The drama unfolds a few minutes later.
The real culprit has easily convinced our Malaysian police
to arrest the real victim (if he has not paid up the 'settlement' demand).
This is a very serious matter.

This is another form of extortionists operating in broad daylight.
They are disgusting criminals who wi! ll do anything
to rob and steal. The sickening part of the whole
scenario is that unless you pay the 'quoted settlement' money,
they will put you in real trouble by calling the police..

The real culprit gets back his hand-phone
and wallet but the real victim ( i.e. could be any one of us)
is thrown into the police lock up and charged in court.

So do be very careful,
otherwise you may end up as a 'thief'
as you have no way to prove your innocence..

Pass it on......
let more people be aware
of such things around them.

Geh Cheng Lok & Co,Advocates & Solicitors

To the locals ~ just don't fret and don't give a damn. Suggest going straight to nearby police station.

Tourist ~ beware. Kuala Lumpur is not as safe as it used to be anymore. You people will surely face more difficulties if caught in this situations.

Saturday, 1 May 2010

Prove that politicians are stupid.

Jalan Barat not to be renamed after trade unionist.

PETALING JAYA: The Selangor government has put off plans to rename Jalan Barat after unionist V. David on Labour Day.

Announcing this on Saturday, Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim said this was due to the state government's decision to revamp the roads in the city.

“Jalan Barat will be changed, so renaming it will only be temporary. The roads will be realigned, so we are looking at other roads around the area to be renamed,” Khalid said after launching the state Labour Day celebrations at the Petaling Jaya Civic Centre today.

David was a founding member and secretary of Selangor Factories Association in 1953.

He served as MTUC general-secretary from 1976 to 1992, and was Transport Workers Union secretary-general from 1958 to 1995.

David died on July 19, 2005, at the age of 72.

Khalid made the announcement that the road would be renamed after David at the MTUC's 60th anniversary celebrations on Dec 31 last year.

On Friday, some 30 residents nearby had gathered iin front of the PJ Hilton Hotel to voice their dissatisfaction over Selangor's decision to rename the road.

However, the gathering only lasted for five minutes after police asked the group to disperse.

Most of the time, Im perplexed at how people such as this Mentri Besar Khalid Ibrahim and other political figures arrived at making very unbrainy statement, and later cancel it with another unbrainy statement and reason.

Seriously, I think this is the result of bad advisors. I suggest he should start looking for some new group with ideas for betterment of the state rather than betterment for their own pocket.
It is worst if the idea came from he himself.
I really think he should consider an early retirement and go get some fresh air which will be good to the brain.
Maintaining the office has proven him as a incapable person, even from the start.

Changing the Jalan Barat, which has long be known and accepted, and of course it's a neutral name; to a name of some 'we-don't -know-who' guy whose contributions only circled around the Selangor Factories Association and served as MTUC gen-sec from 1976 - 1992 is inf-act ridiculous.

Did he made known the country to the world?
Did he fight alongside those people and died because of protecting the country or state during the occupation period ?

What good was he to even be considered?