Friday, October 24, 2008

A new definition of P.O.L.I.C.E

Lets see... The Gov claims that the crime rate in Malaysia is decreasing and crime is kept in check. The Gov and the police can be trusted right??? Lets see this link.

I wonder what do they do with their time then ??? I wonder if THIS will provide an answer. Wait a minute, does it mention a 6-year old child?? Hmm... I wonder if the child is a threat with a big big knife and needs to be jailed :|

So this is what PDRM does... Bravo bravo... Run away from those who are your own size and intimidate a child... Malaysia Boleh !!!

Thursday, October 23, 2008



Guess it is true when some times people say it's just pointless to tell anyone about the problems that we ourselves are facing. It is not like the world is going to stop spinning just because we are plagued with problems. The sun still rises and the winds still blow.

Usuallly I'd dismiss this all as hogwash and pessimistic view of life but i guess I'm tasting it at the moment. Seems like no point telling people my problems. Try telling it to people and they think i'm being moody. Try telling it to SOME people and it actually agitates them -.-" ! Sigh...

A smile is easier to put on than a frown as it takes 32 muscles to frown while it only takes 16 muscles to smile. Either that or 64, 128 , 256 or 512. Bah! Doesn't matter as my frown seems to be easier to put on. Woots even smiley became a frownie.

What is the point of explaining and trying my best when all i get are just more discouraging remarks? It's not like I ain't trying. :(

SH!T !!!

Monday, October 13, 2008

Today in history

1961 - A TV news icon called it quits. Howard K. Smith parted ways with CBS News. He said that “there was a difference in interpretation of network news policy.”

1962 - A young 34-year-old named Edward Albee brought his play, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, to the stage in New York. Four years later, Albee’s play became an Academy Award-winning film (6 Oscars).

1963 - Beatlemania hit the London Palladium. The Beatles made their first appearance on a major TV show -- for the BBC. Thousands of delirious fans jammed the streets outside the theatre to voice their support of the Fab Four. A few months later, Beatlemania would sweep the U.S. as well. Yeah, yeah, yeah!

1971 - ‘Little’ Donny Osmond received a shiny gold record for his rendition of the Steve Lawrence hit, Go Away Little Girl. He went on to garner million-seller success with Hey Girl and Puppy Love too. Donny was quite popular with the bubblegum set, as well he should have been. Donny was only 13 years old.

1973 - The Rolling Stones’ Goat’s Head Soup was number one album in the U.S. With the exception of Angie, the album’s tracks were only semi-memorable: Dancing With Mr. D, 100 Years Ago, Coming Down Again, Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker), Silver Train, Hide Your Love, Winter, Can You Hear the Music, Star Star.

1979 - Speaking of the teenage set, Michael Jackson went to “#1 ... 1 ... 1” for the second time with Don’t Stop ’Til You Get Enough. His first number one (Oct. 14, 1972 - age 14) was a ratty little number about Ben.

1984 - And speaking of Jacksons (we are so clever), Jesse Jackson collected the $5,000 standard scale payment for guest hosts on Saturday Night Live. Jackson also appeared in several skits on the show.

1989 - God answered my prayer and sent an angel down to earth :)

1994 - Netscape Communications Corporation announced that it was offering its new Netscape Navigator free to users via the Internet. The Internet browser, developed by the six-month-old Silicon Valley company led by Silicon Graphics founder Jim Clark and NCSA Mosaic creator Marc Andreessen, was available for free downloading by “individual, academic and research users.”

1995 - Movies opening in U.S. theatres: Copycat, with Sigourney Weaver, Harry Connick Jr., John Rothman and Holly Hunter; and The Scarlet Letter, starring Demi Moore, Gary Oldman, and Robert Duvall.

Sunday, October 5, 2008

WTF ???

This is how I would describe my feeling at the moment...

WTF ?!?! - Is it my fault that LG viewty has such short battery life and such fxcking long charging time??

WTF!?!? - Is it my fault that fxcking DiGi have such a fxcked up line back in Bau???

Sad case...

Friday, September 19, 2008

Animals with Illnesses

It is kinda sad that most people are concerned about fellow humans but not about the animals. Here are some instances of animals with diseases that greatly requires our attention.

Polar bears
From my observations, polar bears suffer from a genetic albinism. I've never noticed one with any darker shades.

These adorable national icons are suffering from serious insomnia. Notice those dark circles around their eyes.


These creatures which are synonymous with the desert have tumour growth on their backs making em look like the hunchback of Notre Dame.

Puffer Fish
These poor fishes are suffering from serious gassy abdominals. Wonder if anyone plans to rear one of these in a tank of ENO.

Blue Whale
These poor mammals are suffering from a serious case of gigantism. They are so huge they fell into the deep ocean and never surfaced.

kk... Enough bullshit from me. Check out this link . If you think enough has been said and more needs to be done, please spread the word around. Thanks.

Friday, September 12, 2008

Will Justice Prevail???

In a Holy Month when an unholy deed is done, I wonder if justice will be dispensed. It is indeed a sad day for most who share the same sentiment when the prominent blogger RPK has been arrested. Well "rumours" which he spread tend to prove themselves in time and he is being arrested for such "rumours" whereas the other mad dogs who instigate hatred are let loose on the streets.

At times I do wonder if there is real justice. When those whom we entrust our future bring back our ghosts of the past, those whom we trust to protect us turn their backs on us, and those whom we trust to unite actually divide, I wonder if there is any hope left. Maybe, just maybe... In this Holy Month, a miracle may happen. A miracle happening granted the people want it badly enough, granted cause too much atrocity has been done and granted cause even the Almighty Himself feels that divine intervention is needed. And granted, this miracle is justice...

Tuesday, September 2, 2008


31st of August, the Independence Malaysia or just the Independence of Malaya to be more specific. Sarawak only joined Malaya and became independent on the 16th of September 1963. So what does Independence mean to me???

Well don't ask me, I'm just a squatter here in Malaysia. Apparently according to a politician, the Chinese are just squatters in this land and do not enjoy equal rights. So yeah, what does a squatter like me know???

On a serious note, Independence would mean freedom from all sorts of oppression, be it from Colonial powers or even racism, discrimination and what not. I hope that such a real form of Independence will be achieved on the 16th of September marking the real meaning of Independence :D

Saturday, August 23, 2008


This is the song I am addicted to these days. It is the OST from the movie Cest La Vie, Mon Cherie.


Sunday, July 20, 2008

Bus trip to Swinburne from town.

Well on Friday, the final results were released. Once again due to incompetency and bureaucracy, my results were withheld. I had no transport and had to take a two hour bus trip to campus just to try and settle this messy affair. Along the way i was swearing at d incompetency of them all. Bloody fools. Oh well instead of feeling that angry i decided to make the trip a more worthwhile one by taking snap shots of the landmarks i pass through on d way to uni in d bus. This is how it looks like from inside a bus :D

The castle build during the colonial times and the huge building in d back is d RM 2 BILLION states office. Sarawak is a rich state...

The building used to be a magistrate court in d olden days. Now it's a little Lebanon with facilities for those who wanna smoke Sisha :P

These shops add an ancient flavour to Carpenter Street.

Carpenter street (a.k.a Attap Street)... It's very lively during Chinese festivals.

This colonial building was an administrative building in the past I think. Now it's d post office.

The stamp dept which my mum is working in. Hi Mummy... I don't think she saw me that day...

St. Thomas Cathedral. An old church in Kch but still looks so grand :) Not going in. I dun wanna get held down in d confession booth...

A secondary jungle along Batu Lintang road...

Temple blocked by the road sign...

Swinburne... Looks so sinister with the dark clouds. Maybe some student is building a Frankenstein monster for FYP.

Masked Rider RX spotted !!! Ok in Malaysia he's known as Baja Hitam ( Black Fertilizer when translated to English -.-")


Been busy after I came back from my Bintulu trip and didn't have much time to blog. Well since today is a Sunday and it is such a wonderful day, I shall blog about my trip :D

No idea what that is. Might be Pei Chee or Si Yang playing with my phone.

One of my best friends Pei Chee playing his.... phone. Seriously... Look at the sweet couple's pic on his desk :D I slept with him during my stay in Miri.

Two pics of Si Yang's cute housemate in Miri. This bitch is called Sasha. Cute bitch er? Worth RM 600 ++ i heard.
Si Yang gaming intensely. What game was he playing? Why don't you ask him? Slept with him while i was in Bintulu :P

Tasty chicken chop in Palm Gardens.

Bridal shows in Park Mall. Cindy dragged me to see it. Was suppose to go for a movie but ended up watching bridal show instead. -.-"
Pic taken with Cindy in Ezy Plus... Damn... I look so wrong...and ugly... T.T

The menu in Ezy Plus. Hmm... I'll have number 19 please...

Si Yang trying out photo taking skills by capturing a pic of his phone.

At the airport... On d way home to Kuching from Bintulu :'( sad sad sad... Baby i dun wanna say good bye... I dun want u to c me cry...
Back in Kuching. Ran into Mei Mei, an old friend in Bintulu airport. Only took a pic with her in Kuching airport. She was with her mum to bring her brother's stuff to him. He's now a doctor... Woots..

And the pics and sentences sum up my trip to Miri then to Bintulu and finally back to Kuching.

Kuching->Miri -> Bintulu -> Kuching

Nick Can Cook

Haha!!! Bet ya all didn't know that Nick can cook. Well I ain't lying. These are pics of me cooking spagetthi :D

First of all, get all the cooking utensils needed. 2 pots are needed.

Then, take out the ingredients for the sauce. Some meatballs, some mushroom and Prego tomato sauce.

Boil three quarters of water in the pot. Once the water is boiling, add in one to 2 tablespoons of salt. This is to prevent the spagetthi from sticking.

Spagetthi in boiling water. HaHA!!! Try slipping yrself outta this situation u slippery spagetthi!!!

Do remember to stir the spagetthi in boiling water. This is done to cook the spagetthi evenly.

Now to the gravy. First, add a bit of oil into the pot. Heat it up. Then add in the meat balls. Stire fry the meatballs. Once u can smell the aroma, pour in half a bottle of the Prego tomato sauce. Cook it in slow fire. After a while once the meatballs are cooked, pour in the mushrooms. Cook for a few more minutes and your gravy is ready to go :D

Once the gravy is cooked, serve it in a bowl.

Now, warm up the spagetthi and take it outta the pot. Hot and fresh and ready to be served :)

Pour the tomato gravy onto the spagetthi and u get yrself a plate of mouth watering spagetthi. Ok I admit. It does look disgusting but it doesn't taste half as bad as it looks.

So if Nick can cook, so can you. Sorry Yan. Don't sue me.

Miss you nights...

Haven't updated my blog for quite some time so I guess I'll add some junk to it.

This is the phone I'm using. It is an LG Viewty. Sexy little thing right??? Regardless of what they say about its battery power, I beg to differ.

Yesterday I talked on the phone for nearly 6 hours on this after having a full charge. At the end, there is still a bar left. I was surprised. I only expected the phone's talktime to last for 4 hours or so. Didn't know it could last that long. Somehow I've a bad feeling some of my brain cells got fried in that 6 hours. Hmm...

Yupe... Ends with a nonsensical cliff hanger...

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Tagged by Choulyn

1. Do you believe in love at first sight?
I do. You know I'm talking bout ya (points at pic...)

2. Your dream wedding?
Haven thought bout it. Love my freedom so cohabitation is always my first choice. Any accidents... Er... Decide later...

3. Which is better, life or death?
Death. Different people lead different lives. Some live like Kings, some like paupers. But when the Grim Reaper comes for you, it matters not were you a king or a pauper...

4. If you can have 1 dream to come true, what would it be?
Peace on Earth ??? Palestineans and Israelis loving each other???

5. Do you believe in seeing a rainbow after the rain?
I do.

6. What will make you twirl in your room and roll on your bed and break out in scream or laughter?
You (Once again points to the pic) ...

7. If you win $1 million, what would you do?
Er??? Invest in some real estate? One thing Earth stopped producing is land.

8. If you meet someone that you love, would you confess to him/her?
Hmm... Does this fish need a bait??? Or am I good enough to be the bait??? LOL...

9. Would you swim in a vat of chocolate?
I'd swim naked in it but will any of you dare eat d chocolate later???

10. What is the stupidest (serious) thing you have ever done?
Wuahahaa.... Answering this question with an even dumber answer.

11. Which type of cars do u love the most?
Fast??? And sexy...

12. Which do you prefer from your other half? A hug or a kiss?
Hug and kiss lar... Can't I be a little Greedy???

13. If you have faults, would you rather the people around you, point out to you or would you rather they keep quiet?
Point out to me...

14. What do you think is the most important thing in your life?
Toughest question...

15. Are you a shopaholic or not?
Of course!!! NoT!!!!!

16. What do you like about yourself?
Haha... Asking an egomaniac such a question?? Everything???

17. If you have a chance, which part of your body would you like to change?
Sigh... My flabby tummy?? Need to work out more with my bro!!! Gambate yo!!!

18. What makes you feel disappointed?
Not achieving my impossible dream...

19. If given a chance, do you want to see your future?
I would say yes... I know will want to see it but most of the time i tend to look away... What will be will be...

20. What's the best way to die in your opinion?
Er??? Lets see... Ripe old age dying after having a "Happy Hour" with someone much much younger ???

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Story of MalaiseSial

This is a post bout a fictional country in a far far away land called MalaiseSial. For any clowns offended by this post I apologize. MalaiseSial was a clown paradise. It was abundant with natural resources. One of its main exports was its black platinum. It was a magical mineral used to power up all their clown mobiles.

MalaiseSial was a country run by clowns. They run a big monkey show everyday and every once in a while they would meet up in d leaking circus tent and make even bigger fools outta themselves. The biggest clown of em all was Bodohwi or Phak Lah as some may call him. It is a wonder how he got to rule over the other clowns.

One day, MalaiseSial was hit by a crisis. The realms' black platinum was greatly in demand and prices soared. At such times, Bodohwi made a gr8 decision. There will be a price hike as the Clown Elders were no longer able to sustain the subsidies for it. The other poor clowns were greatly affected by this measure. Now it will cost them 2.70 Rupee MalaiseSial just to get a kilogramme of the black platinum. The cost saved was supposedly used to improve the circus caravans but not much improvements were seen after the previous rise in prices of black platinum.

Seeing the dissatisfaction among the poor clowns, Phak Lah decided to lead by example. He decided that all the Clown Elders' entertainment fees will be slashed by 10%. It would save the realm 2 billion Rupee MalaiseSial. Funny thing is the subsidies were slashed as it costed em about 17 billion Rupee MalaiseSial. Hmm.. So cutting 100% of their entertainment would save d country 20 billion Rupee MalaiseSial ??? Wow... Extra 3 billion Rupee MalaiseSial saved by getting rid of those buffoons!!!

As such the other clowns of the realms realised this and held a petition to have the Elder Clowns of Buffoon Narcissists removed and have em replaced by the Clown's Alliance. When Phak Lah knew this, he escaped on his Jumbo while his Deputy went insane and escaped from the country in his Sohai Jets :) Till today rumours have it that anyone hearing a little C4 knocking at your door will be blown to bits by the Sohai Jet.

So the moral of this fairy tale or loony tale is - do not show your stupidity. It takes some effort to be stupid but it takes no effort to hide it :D

P.S : Google how to pronounce Malaise :P

Saturday, May 24, 2008

A very Grim Thought

Maybe it's just me having one of those depressions but somehow recent events seem to suggest that maybe the end of the world is nearer than we think. I'm not a Christian and I may be wrong in the following interpretations so o u devout Christians feel free to correct me if I'm wrong. Following excerpts are copied and pasted from Wikipedia and edited with my ideas of how I think it all links together.

It is said that when Judgement Day is near, the Four Horsemen of Apocalypse will arrive on earth. These four horsemen are Pestilence, War, Famine and Death.

The White Horse (Pestilence) - the rider carries a bow with no arrows, is given a crown (symbolising a nonviolent rise to power). As the colour white seems to represent pureness and holiness in the Bible, there are interpretations that the first rider might be the Holy Spirit or even Jesus himself. The other interpretation is that it is the antichrist disguising himself as a symbol of holiness. This occurs to me that what if it is the latter? Lately I've been reading some articles and they seem to suggest that the Dalai Lama is not as we believe him to be. To some, he is a symbol of peace and righteousness yet to others he's one who spreads lies and rumours. I will not elaborate further and those who are interested can click on this link.

The Red Horse (War) - the rider wields a greatsword and the horse is red from the blood soaked in the battelfields. Well this seems like the ongoing wars in Iraq, Sudan, Israel and Palestine. Humans killing each other due to different ideologies.

The Black Horse (Famine) - well i don't really think i need to elaborate further for this one. The recent food supply shortages have already sparked riots in a few different countries. With the effects of global warming becoming more prominent, the yields of crops gets lower. While the rich in this world are throwing their food away, many others in this world are scavenging the lands just to survive the day. How unlikely is it that famine has yet arrive on Earth ???

The Pale/Green Horse (Death) - Unlike the other horses, this horse is pale and skinny. Its rider is none other than death. Well it might sound far fetched but the recent disasters be it man made or natural seem to have taken lotsa lives. 9-11, the 12 26 Tsunami, the Hurrican Katrina, Typhoon Nargis that hit Myanmar and the Quake in Si Chuan, China. All these seem to show that Death has indeed come and claim its victims.

Sad to say it seems like with these Four Horsemen arriving on Earth, the time is near. The sadder part of it all seems to suggest it is mankind that brought them here...