Tuesday, December 30, 2008

What happen on Chritsmas Day!

Sorry to confuse you guys with the title ... but actually just wanted to wish everyone of YOU out there!

Merry Christmas Everyone ~

Christmas celebration this year was as usual, actually we had the same schedule in place every year .... back to hometown... woke up in the early morning, head on to st. peter's church @ kg. tawas and attend the morning Mandarin service.

It was indeed a good place to be when you can chant to the Lord at this special day - right after the services and blessings we head on for feasts at ipoh garden with the family.

Later that day, we head on to pay a visit to our grandpa @My place .... and it's time for some candid shots....

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Singapore Day 1 (11th Dec 2008) : Raining

We started our journey at 0800 and reach KL Sentral at 0900 by cab. From there on we took the Sky Bus (RM9) to LCCT on the forever traffic free KL - Putrajaya Highway. How i wish every road runs the same...

Journey to LCCT passes by the place where i started my journey from.... aiks... i wonder next time i rather hoop on to the bus from the highway....

Flight was delayed for half an hour .... guess what flight am i talking about? I am sure you know but they did not promise what they published ....
Performance Statistics .... it just happens that my day was not as per expected .... i presume .. haiyor ...

Thou.... there was a delay
No doubt, we are still the cheerful group as we are :)
Well let's intro a bit, here's my aunt, my mum and sista .....

Finally we are up on the plane.... getting ready to take off..

Up up and away ! We are reaching destination...
Here we are at Terminal 1, We are at SinGAPUUURAAAA !!!

Our first Christmas deco shot :) i wonder do we have such deco at KLIA too

Right after this, we went through the check out luggage and i went to the green lane since i got nothing to declare also...... and guess what i was being stopped to spot check ... oh gosh .... do i look like a terrorist to you. :(

Anyway, i got through without any scratches but some scratches from the immigrations officers head... and finally we were welcomed by our hosts.... which is my 11th aunty's family.....

back home scene to be continue in this few days....

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Think twice on both the facts

Tax Payers in Malaysia

Assume monthly basic salary is RM4000.
- If your monthly EPF contribution is 11% ( RM440 ), taxable income =
RM3560, income tax payable = RM77.
- If your monthly EPF contribution is 8% ( RM320 ), taxable income =
RM3680, income tax payable = RM109.

Conclusion : If you choose to contribute 8%, you will end up paying more
income tax to the government,which will make the government richer. Finance Minister
Najib said this measure is meant to boost up the slow-down market, but from this example
wee see that the money does not go into the market. Instead the money goes direct into
the government's pocket through the greater amount of income tax that we will have to
pay. Obviously this measure does not help the market at all. Do we still want this kind of
government that doesn't have the best interest of the people in mind?

The World is not a safe place to be .....


Someone shared the following cases :

(1) Today I passed by a building which has an ATM machine. There was an old
man looking at me. Suddenly, he called me. He said he didn't know how to read, so he gave me his ATM card and asked me to help him withdraw money from the ATM machine. I answerd 'NO!! If you need help, ask the security to help you.' Then he said 'nevermind..' and continued to find other people to help him...
REMEMBER : ATM machines have CCTVs. If you help him he will later claim
that you have robbed him or stolen his ATM card. Besides, his ATM card
could be a stolen one. So please be careful of these tactics.

(2) Suddenly your house lights go off. From your window you find that your
neighbours still have lights. So you go out of your house to check the Meter Box. But once you open the door, a knife will be pointing at you and preventing you from closing it. This is when you will be robbed and injured robbed and injured.
REMEMBER : Even though your electricity suddenly goes off, DO NOT open
your door immediately. Look around to see if there is anything unusual or if there is any noise around.

(3) This is another incident. You may have heard it before, it is about a lady who she saw a kid crying by the roadside. When she spoke to the kid, the kid told her he was lost and wanted her to take him home. The kid even gave her a paper with his house address. So she took him home. But when she rang the door bell, she had an electric shock. Later when she woke up, she was naked in an empty room.
REMEMBER : Being such a compassionate and helpful person might not be a good thing these days. Pass this on and girls, please be careful.. DON'T BE TOO KIND!!

(4) One day, there was an old lady outside my house holding 2 packets of sweets. At first I thought she was our neighbour and wanted to give us these packs of sweets as a gift. But then when she spoke, I can realised that she is was foreigner. I could not understand what she was
talkingabout. I guessed she must be asking for money.I sensed there was something wrong and immediately closed the door and ignored her. Later, I found she and an accomplice robbed someone else down the road.

(5) I was at the ATM machine to withdraw some money. Behind me, there was an old lady. She asked me whether I was able to withdraw my money because she said she had problem with her machine. Suddenly a small girl came up beside me. The small girl was squeezing infront of me. I thought she was just naughty and playful. But then, the small girl put her hand at the tray
of the ATM machine where the money comes out, ready to take away my money. I sensed something wrong and immediately pushed her away. Later I realised that the small girl and the old lady worked together. She was trying to steal my money while the old lady was trying to distract my attention by asking me questions!!
REMEMBER: BE VERY CAREFUL when you are at an ATM machine and be alert.
Look out for anyone suspicious around you!

(6) My parents are retired and stay at home most days. One afternoon, a young stranger went to their house and said his motorcycle had no more petrol and the petrol station was too far for him to push his bike there. So he asked my parents for an empty coke bottle to buy some petrol. He said he will pay RM2 for the bottle. So my mum took one coke bottle for him. He really took out the money from his pocket, but it was a RM 100 note. He told my mum he had no small change and asked my mum to give him the change. Luckily my mum was smart. She just told him to take it for free.
REMEMBER : obviously that note is fake!! Who would want to pay for RM2 for
an empty coke bottle!! It's very OBVIOUS that that stranger is a trickster.

(7) this happened in Bali . A newly married couple were having their honeymoon at the hotel. When both are in the changing room, the wife suddenly went missing. The husband was very anxious and went around to find her. He asked the hotel staff to help him find her. Then he thought his wife was just playing hide and seek. So he went back and waited for his wife. After a few hours, he decided to call the police. 3 weeks passed and there was still no news about his missing wife. So he went back and was very dissapointed and sad. A few years later, he came back to Bali , to watch a 'FREAK SHOW' in an old house. He saw a dirty and rusty metal cage.
Inside there was a lady without limbs. Her body including the face was full of scars. When he had a closer look at her face, he was shocked to find that it was her missing wife put there as a means for begging.

(8) This happened in Shanghai. A few years ago, a lady reported to the police that her cousin sister was missing in the shopping complex. But after 5 years, one of her friends found her cousin sister begging at the road side one of the streets in Bangkok, Thailand . The worst thing is that
her cousin sister has no more limbs and her body was tied to a lamp post with a shackle (metal chain).

(9) Let's just shorten this story. DO NOT open your house door when you hear the sound of a BABY CRYING!! It might be a trap! Women in the house must be alert to this trick. The police said it is the work of a robber or murderer using the recording of a baby crying to attract your attention.
This normally happens at night and when you are alone in the house.

(10) I read an email that was sent by my friend. Her friend, known as A, went to Luo Hu Commercial City with 2 friends, B and C. Luo Hu Commercial
City is the Shenzhen counterfeit goods distribution center. There are many people there. It's also near to the ShenZhen train station and Hong Kong's
Luo Hu Port.. C went to the toilet at the shpping centre while A and B waited outside. After waiting for a long, time they felt uneasy and went into the toilet to look for her. When they went in, there was nobody inside. Both were scared and they called C's phone. There was no reply. So they reported to the police. The police asked them whether they had seen anyboby suspicious going into the toilet. Both said there were none and its impossible to bring a life person out of the
toilet without them noticing!. Then A remembered seeing a cleaner pushing a trolley in, and then coming out. The police told them that was not the 1st time such a thing happened. The police suspected a gang of criminals who were always attacking women in the the toilet of shopping complexes. They use cleaners to kidnap people to harvest their organs for sale.
REMEMBER : please be careful when using the toilet. Donot go to the wash
room or toilet ALONE!! Please at least have a partner with you.

Tuesday, December 09, 2008

Petrol suckers out there : Do take note

i know i may have republish this article that you may seen on fliers, banners but i think it would still be a good note to take down to prevent your precious one from being one of the victim.

This article came all the way from Shell : with th famous tagline : "Shell is Safety"


As a continuation of the video about static electricity in which a girl had a fire accident on getting out of her car and directly touching the nosepiece, we come across a similar case:

With the generalisation of self-service facilities in petrol stations people should be warned about the outbreak of fires resulting from static electricity while they are pouring in petrol.

150 cases of this type of fire have been investigated and the results were very surprising.

1- Of the 150 cases, more happened to women than men, due to their habit of getting in and out of the vehicle while the petrol is being poured in.

2- In the majority of cases the people had re-entered their cars when the hose was still pouring petrol out (the danger of the triggers on the nosepieces). When they finished refuelling and got out to remove the hose pistol the fire began, as a result of the static electricity.

3- The majority of those affected used rubber-soled footwear and clothes of synthetic fibres.

4- Never use mobile phones when filling up with fuel.

5- It is well known that it is the vapour that comes from the petrol that burns and causes the fire when it makes contact with static charges.

6- In twenty-nine of the cases analysed, the people re-entered their vehicles and later touched the pistols during the petrol fuelling process. This happened in cars of different varieties of makes and models.

7- Seventeen fires occurred before, during or immediately after the cap of the petrol tank was removed and before starting to fill up with petrol.

8- The static charge often results from when a passenger rubs their clothes against the upholstery of the seats on getting in or out of the vehicle. To avoid this, it is recommendable that NOBODY gets in or out of the vehicle while the petrol is being poured in. Movement in or out should only be done BEFORE starting, or when the fuelling is finished and the petrol cap placed.

9- MAXIMISE THE PRECAUTIONS if the petrol has spilt or splashed onto the ground. Highly inflammable vapours are immediately produced which can be ignited by sparks of static electricity from the turning on of electronic equipment (mobile phones, remote controls, etc.) or by the ignition of the vehicle itself. BEFORE starting up the engine again, the spilt petrol must be gathered or neutralised by the petrol station staff.


IN YOUR VEHICLE: Stop, put the handbrake on and turn off the engine, radio and lights

NEVER: Never return to your vehicle while you are pouring in fuel.

AS A PRECAUTION: Get used to closing the car door on getting out or into the vehicle and in this way the static electricity will be discharged on touching something metallic.
After closing the door TOUCH THE METAL PART OF THE BODYWORK before touching the petrol pump pistol. By doing this the static electricity in your body will be discharged on the metal and not on the pistol.

  • Do a pole dance in front of your car to release the electrons from your body
  • Do not let your bum flat and fat... jst stand my fren.... while waiting for the pump to pump in your hard earn money.
  • Don't try to be smart elek and talk to your beloved one, when ur beloved one Do not want you to be charged up like charcoal.... or even see in different pieces.
  • Do not put on DISCO light or blast your super amplified speakers lo .... i'm sure you will light up much faster and much hotter if you are flame up - :)

Sunday, November 30, 2008

Do you want to be bump into issues when you are off day?

Have you ever thought of separating your colleagues/clients msn from your own private msn?

  • Will you be worried to get ping at night to check on status?
  • Will you be worried to let your colleagues know you are online while you are taking leave?
  • Will you be worried if you set out of office but yet someone tries to ping you for help?

If yes, you have read the right posts.....

All you gotta do, setup 2 accounts and run it separately ...

How do you turn on 2 msn at the same time?

Download this ... http://msn-polygamy.uptodown.com/en/free-download/
This tool is applicable for msn version 7.x ; 8.x ; and 14.x

Saturday, November 29, 2008

Team work is pretty important !!

Team work is pretty important
If your current Org. is not practicing this, better start it early .....

Indeed it helps in faster responce, simpler , and new values to attract and retain the best people of the crowd. Besides that, it reduces the operating costs by eliminating layers of middle level management and supervision.

Teams also does offer greater participations, challenges and feelings of accomplishment.

Anyway, it maybe way too bored to read further, i shall share with you a video which you might want to learn from and see what's their approach taken towards your directions and goals of your current stand.

Friday, November 28, 2008

How to achieve good vision while driving during a heavy downpour?

We are not sure why it is so effective, just try this method when it rains heavily.

This method was told by a Police friend who had experienced and confirmed it. It is useful...even driving at night.

Most of the motorists would turn on HIGH or FASTEST SPEED of the wipers during heavy downpour, yet the visibiilty in front of the windscreen is still bad.....

In the event you face such a situation, just try your SUN GLASSES ( any model will do), and miracle!

All of a sudden, your visibility in front of your windscreen is perfectly clear, as if there is no rain.

Make sure you always have a pair of SUN GLASSES in your car, as you are not only helping yourself to drive safely with good vision, but also might save your friend's life by giving him this idea.

Try it yourself and share it with your friends!

Well personally i have not try out anyone of them but you let me know ... You guinea pigs....

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

i just love this themes in gmail

Aren't you happy to have a theme like mine in gmail? it just make me feel much better with the theme that i have installed on. It feels so damn fresh compared to the plain boring Outlook!

How would you be able to locate the beautiful theme like mine?
Locate it at top of the taskbar and go to :-
Settings => Themes

Besides that, you can also use the pop3 to pull all your emails into one primary checkpoint. Well, if you are a lazy bum like me that hates to login to every single exchange server, here are the steps as below:-

Settings=> General => Get mail from other accounts: type in your email address and password => Voila ... you are done ... you can check your mails at one go;

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Nokia PC Suite Software v.7

Have you try out the Nokia PC Suite Software v.7

If not you better download it and try.....

.... it's very graphical .... and nice to use.... so far the feature i like about the current version is it's auto preview screen of your messages and phonebook.

One thing which i dun like about it is the MMS reading feature, cannot read also.....
Another things is that hopefully it works for my old pc too so that i can synch synch a bit and never look back on what i loss when i am lost :)

Download it

Enjoy !

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Guess whom am I ?

i drive like crazy driver at the cliff without caring what is around..... killing innocent civilians ... who give a damn...

............. i only lose a door , i hit everything i see, but my machine still works super strong.....

.... my passenger at the boot were in good hands even thou it's being shot and rammed like crazy.....

... i manage to runaways and jump like monkey just like that....... flying here and there

........ i can jump on a moving bus without hitting me crazy....

.... i am a loyal guy which think of the ex' ...... which i thought ur pioneer's in the past does not even think of it....

..... i only have 2 hot gals throughout the day.......

..... no 'HOT' scenes ..... okay la i admit got la... desert lo... damn hot ... yeah....

.... i am always being save by the same gal....... i can't drive :(

.... i killed a hero in the past .... and dump it with the shit.....

.......and the best thing..... i can fly like a bird without any parachute and land safety in the cave which is filled with rocks and a gal....

.... i am still not hurt, my bones are still attached.... i took lots of calcium....

....as strong as superman.

Guess whom am I?

blardy hell ..... i wasted $$$ even i watch it on wednesday ~

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

I like this article . it makes me want to go home too


I RECEIVED a message on my Friendster account the other day. It was one of those forwarded messages, the type I would usually scan briefly before hitting “delete”.

But this message, written in Bahasa Malaysia, started with a simple question that caught my attention. A rough translation of it goes like this:

“Have you ever watched your parents while they were asleep? Your father’s body, once big and strong but now, the big is withered and the strong is weaker. Wisps of grey peek out from his hair, wrinkles now “scar” his forehead and face.

“This man works hard every day and would sacrifice anything to make sure his family is provided for and his children get the best education possible.

“Or how about your mother, whose soft hands once cuddled and held you close when you were a baby? Now, those hands are dry and rough, bearing evidence of the challenges she faced just for us.

“This woman takes care of our daily needs, constantly nagging and scolding us because of her love for us. But sadly, we often misconstrue her love as control and unfairness.”

I have never thought of watching my parents while they slept. I’ve watched my cousins sleep when they were babies, all round and cuddly and sweet smelling. But watch my parents? No way!

But after reading this message, I realised that there was indeed much truth in it. In fact, my parents do not have to be asleep for me to realise that they have aged.

Just looking at my mother walk tells me that her legs are not as strong as they were before. Or hearing her ask me for help with that flowerpot in the garden, the one she used to be able to push and drag around the garden without my help.

Or watching my dad lift a 10kg bag of rice. I can easily carry that bag now. I am young. But to him, it is a struggle.

What do all these observations tell me? Yes, my parents have aged. They are ageing, just as I am ageing. But as I age towards my best years and become stronger, they in turn are becoming weaker. They were once the caregivers and I the receiver. In time, I know our roles will reverse. Like it or not, want it to or not, this is life.

I suppose I have always subconsciously thought that my parents would always be with me, never growing old. It took that message to make me realise that my parents are not immortal. That they, too, will one day leave the world and me. Until then, I will make good use of our time together.

By the way, I’m forwarding that message to all my family and friends to remind them to appreciate what they have now. It will not last.

Source : http://thestar.com.my/lifestyle/story.asp?file=/2008/3/2/lifefocus/18766748&sec=lifefocus

What's your feeling now? Want to go home and give your parent's a hug?

Sunday, November 02, 2008

a week away from work ... nice? huh

thou it's been a week away from work... again it's way too bored for me not to login through VPN to see what's up in the "incidentless world" ...:)

again i'm back in action tomolo ~ yicks .. wish me luck

So what i did throuhgout the week

... i felt so bored traveling around KL on public transport ...as u would know...it's so damn packed .. i was the sardine, some of them are the gravy and some were the big fat cheesecan you imagine... what sort of stench am i highlighting... i wonder when will they ever improve on their cummuter services since the last trip and comments made by our PM.

.... company sent us for training for 3 days and i declare another day off back to hometown...
.... training held at Parkroyal, KL along Jalan Bukit Bintang and we were serve with damn nice buffet lunch @ the LG.... damn fattening me..... i was so thrilled with all the steaks they offered.... i just could not resists, well or shall i say i wouldnt want to waste the effort of the chef too :) everything sapu to my belly!

luckily i did not slept off throughout the session, else the company will come after our back.... thanks to the cool, motivated trainer from Quinns.

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Boobs enhancing methodology

You may have miss out this post...

let me share it again wit you guys and gals if you have the intention to enhance your personality :) muahaha

These two chest exercises will make hauling toddlers or pushing the lawn mower all that easier. You'll need an exercise ball and light weights to perform these two moves. If you're working out on carpeting, lose the socks or wear sneakers to prevent your legs from slipping out during the chest fly. Both the chest fly and the pushup work your chest and shoulders. Performing these common moves with the help of an exercise ball engages your core muscles.

Although you can't make your breasts bigger, you can give them a lift (and create sexy cleavage for that low-cut dress) with exercises that firm the pectoral muscles beneath your breasts.

These chest fly and push-up exercises are two moves that do just that. I've made them more challenging by showing you how to do them on an exercise ball (available at sporting goods stores). Other muscles, including your abs, also get a mini-workout as they stabilize you.

A beautiful bust improves your figure and boosts your confidence. And having strong chest muscles makes pushing a grocery cart loaded with groceries easy.

Your toning program

Do two sets of 10 repetitions of each exercise, allowing 30 to 60 seconds of rest between sets. Move slowly: three seconds to lower, one-second pause, three seconds to lift. Do two or three sessions a week, with at least 1 day of rest between workouts.

Chest Fly on an Exercise Ball

Sitting on a large exercise ball, inch your feet forward, and roll your body down until your head and upper back are supported. Your feet should be hip-width apart, knees over your ankles. Contract your buttocks, and raise your hips until your body, from the knees up, is parallel to the floor. Hold a pair of dumbbells with your arms extended over your chest, elbows bent, and palms facing each other. For a printer-friendly version of all steps, click below.

Note: Skip this exercise if you have orthopedic problems such as painful knees, hips, ankles, or back.

Keeping your abs contracted and your wrists straight, slowly lower your arms out to the sides in a smooth arc. Pause when your hands are chest level, then sweep both arms back up, squeezing your chest muscles. Stop before the dumbbells touch over your chest, then repeat. (You can also do this move on an aerobic step or with pillows stacked underneath your back to allow elbowroom.)

Pushup on an Exercise Ball

Kneeling in front of a large exercise ball, rest your torso on top, and extend your arms so they reach over the other side. Slowly roll your body over the ball, and inch your hands forward on the floor until just your thighs are resting on the ball. Your hands should be in line with your shoulders but slightly more than shoulder-width apart. For a printer-friendly version of all steps, click below.

Keeping your abs contracted and your back straight, bend your elbows, and slowly lower your torso toward the floor. Stop 4 to 5 inches shy of the floor. Hold, then push back up. (For an advanced version, rest just your shins on the ball. If you don't have an exercise ball or are a beginning exerciser, start with a pushup on the floor with your knees bent.)

Source taken from : http://health.msn.com/fitness/womens-fitness/articlepage.aspx?cp-documentid=100217878&GT1=31036

Friday, October 03, 2008

Ever wanted to filter ur pee pee

Healing and cleansing with barley

FRESH INGREDIENTS: Healing and cleansing with barley High in fiber, barley is also a kidney cleanser..Better yet, regular intake of it helps prevent heart disease.

EU HOOI KHAW writes.
BARLEY water was always a regular drink when we were still living at home.

Whenever we had to go for a medical exam that included a urine test, my
mum would make us drink barley water a day before it to make sure we got a positive result! My mother was a wise woman. I later found out from an Australian naturopath that barley is known to be a kidney cleanser, and he happily downed glasses of it at a meal we had in a coffeeshop here.Barley is good for your intestinal health too. Try to eat the barley grains you find in your drink or sweet broth with fu chook (beancurd skin) and ginkgo nuts. It's high in fiber which feeds the friendly bacteria in the colon and helps to speed up the transit of fecal matter in it.

In this way it helps to prevent hemorrhoids and colon cancer.
The prop ionic acid and beta glucan from barley's insoluble fiber also help to lower cholesterol and prevent the formation of gallstones. Eating barley regularly is a preventive step against heart disease as, besides the fibre content, it is also high in niacin, a B vitamin good for lowering cholesterol. Diabetics should eat more barley as the fiber will prevent blood sugar levels from rising too high. It also provides relief from constipation or diarrhoea for those suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Barley is rich in selenium which prevents cancer and relieves symptoms of asthma and arthritis. It is a good source of manganese, copper and phosphorous.
Malt sugar comes from sprouted barley which, when fermented, is an ingredient in beer and other alcoholic beverages. Barley, whose Latin name is Hordeum vulgare, has been cultivated for more than 10,000 years. Since ancient times, barley has been used for healing purposes and has been known to the Chinese, Egyptians, Greeks and Romans. Athletes in Greece and Rome in those days were known to eat barley bread to give them strength


Thursday, September 18, 2008

Leader Blogs Too

Everyone forms a blog which include our ministers of malaysia.....

Do pay them a visit and learn something out of it :)

Isn't that cool ~

....... will it be 'cool' to share their thoughts with the public?
............. will it be a threat to national security if freedom to voice out on countries problem?
.... will other country leader be laughing away at us?
..... will it be a harm for investors to know what our current scenario, hiccups, and the bad side of the country?
......... will it be bad to point fingers at each another when someone say something wrong, or minor kindergarden kids would do....

.... it's just simply confusing, hatred, amusing and agonizing !

Anyway, here are the links to our leaders, we respect you no matter what you do, coz you are still the leaders of the country.

Dr Anwar Ibrahim (proactive member of "Harapan Untuk Malaysia")

Dato Najib Tun Razak (current Deputy Prime Minister)

Dr. Mahathir Mohamed (ex-Prime Minister)

Controversial post

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

See how helpful people are :)

Just simply amazing and helpful from some photoshop experts ... pity the guy that post up the picture afterall.. waste of time

Keep in mind
No free stuff in this materialistic world ~

oh yeah, just came back from a movie so call: "Money No Enough 2", i would encourage you to watch since then u will understand why i state that... story was funny, sad, fact of life, and touching ... get ready a box of tissue to cry all the way out ~

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

TheStar flooded with loyal fans

Have you ever imagine how many loyal customer /fans of thestar.com.my... and malaysiakini.com.my

See this, now they are being hit by so many people until they have to shutdown the 'nice' colorful ads .... be frankly i hate those ads, with jumping in javascripts and nonsence flash video :p

therefore surfing for me now at the page is like surfing the mobile version of thestar , so plain and swift browsing .... simply lovin it...

Compared it yourself http://www.statsaholic.com/thestar.com.my+malaysiakini.com and you may see malaysiakini website i catching up on the number of users hit per day as their news are pretty updated and that's the fact that public needs to know.....

Keep it coming Malaysiakini owner!!! Increase the bandwidth and keep earning those ads that you have in place for the number of hits which i see it peaks at 10k today :)

Why ?? Why ?? How come?

All was per due to this incident : http://malaysiakini.com/news/89797

Friday, September 05, 2008

Proton MPV? huh

Proton MPV ... yicksss...

Reliable ke?

Don't you think so 3.0L is too much for the current market now...

Is it solid hard or tough enough?

what's your say ? :p