Saturday, April 26, 2008
All I want to do is rest.
I go to sleep at night,
But my dreams I just can't fight.
I think of you everywhere I go,
And wonder what I've said that made you leave me.
I wish you were still here
But I know that you are still there.
I love you more than you know.
I just wish you didn't have to go,
I just want to spend my life with you,
And I know thats what you would have wanted too.
I miss you more and more each day,
There is so much more that we had to say,
I know that I might not see you again,
But I hope one day, I might see you again.
Friday, April 18, 2008
Thursday, April 17, 2008
At most schools in
I just wish I were dead. Nope on second thoughts, I don't want to die, I want just to get out of this stupid cycle every teen has to go through.
Friday, April 11, 2008
Yellow mee is going up by RM 0.20 per kg.
Dry mee up RM 0.20 per kg.
Small yee mee up by RM 0.30 per kg.
Large yee mee up by RM 0.70 per kg.
Wantan mee up by RM 0.60 per kg.
Wantan wrapping up by RM 0.40 per packet.
Dumpling wrapping up by RM 0.50 per packet.
All the prices are going up. I wonder if restaurants, stalls selling food will increase their prices or maybe serve smaller portions to maintain the profit margin... Standard of living in Malaysia is decreasing, better start saving up, folks!
Concerned, I decided to check out the flats here in Alor Star. Got my mom to take me to the flats nearest to my home. It is not much different from the Angsana Flats in terms of its condition. Rubbish was dumped, or rather scattered everywhere; the road, the corridor, the playground... The only playground at that area had loads of graffiti. The ground floor of the flats are filthy. I think I'd find it hard to live in this kind of conditions. Yet, people still live there.
Something should be done.
The playground, vandalized.
The filthy corridor. I wonder when it was last washed.
It needs to be repainted, and cleaned.
My suggestion: A gotong-royong should be held.
The rubbish dump. Full to the brim...and overflowing. Flies abound.
Rubbish scattered everywhere.
My suggestion: More rubbish bins should be provided and the Majlis Bandaran should collect the rubbish everyday. Come on, so many people live there. Such small rubbish collection bins are definitely not sufficient.
If this road was found in Singapore, the people who threw rubbish on it would be fined. Why do people throw rubbish everywhere?
That's Malaysia. Let's compare it with Singapore, our neighboring country. I stayed at the HDB Flats with my uncle last year. The flats are not those high end ones. They were formerly 2-room units which the government has since upgraded to 3 rooms. And majority of the people who live there are from the lower income group. My uncle is a professional but he says he doesn't mind living there because the place is very okay.
This is what the flats should be like in Malaysia.Look at the playground there and tennis courts. They even have areas for futsal. And the children's playground actually has those rubberized mats for safety. I am told that every few years they are refurbished. Don't think so we get that here in Malaysia. So spotlessly clean and green. Pleasing to the eye and makes living there quite bearable, don't you think?
The corridors, can't see any rubbish.
Wednesday, April 9, 2008
Need matter to learn Radiation Manipulation,
then I can nuclear bomb people...
take away memories (bad le???), lift off ground, throw against wall,
cut open head & punch!!!
Haiz... It's just hard to knock people down...
Monday, April 7, 2008
The EcoGlove would be cheaper for end users, reduce rick of latex and chemical allergies, and friendlier to Mother Nature.
After use, the new gloves would be reprocessed by its manufactures, sanitized and checked for defects before being repackaged and sent back to the users.
EcoGloves are made by using a machine that uses cold plasma technology sterilizes the gloves, and as a quality control measure. An estimate of 140 billion gloves are produced globally a year, with Malaysia accounting for half the sum. Most disposable gloves are made from latex or petroleum-based nitrile.
With EcoGlove, the carbon footprint would be reduced by 60%, as there would be almost zero wastage. At the moment, there are 1.4 million tonnes of waste from gloves produced yearly.
To ensure every glove is traceable and not used for more than 7 times and weed out clond gloves, EcoGlove has a unique matrix or 2D bar code on the gloves.
How cool is that?
Friday, April 4, 2008
This speaker system is fully compatible with all iPod models. The iPod when docked, can be recharged. The iM600 features Atlec Lansing's Stereo Field Expander (SFX) technology that delivers heightened stereo effects, according to the company.
There is also a clock and an alarm clock incorporated in it. This iM 600 is claimed, that it can last 7 hours on the road continuously playing on a single charge. It also has a remote. The iM 600 is priced at RM 695. Sigh! Why everything so expensive wan???
Wednesday, April 2, 2008
HTC has announced a new ultra mobile PC, called Shift. How nice if I owned it... It would save me time asking for time on the computer from my mom. Save the hassle of waiting for my parents are free to unlock the password... Shift has an adjustable touchscreen display with a slide out QWERTY keypad. Shift runs on Windows Vista Business as well as HTC's SnapVUE (a toned down version of Windows Mobile 6). Shift should run pretty fast. It has two processors, an Intel Stealy microchip (800MHz) and a back up, 1 GB RAM for running Windows Vista applications with a Qualcomm MSN 7200 (420MHz) chip. Shift is also equipped with a 40GB or 60 GB hard disk. I so want the bigger space Shift. It has WiFi and 3.5 G mobile network to surf the net too! Meaning, I can surf on the go. There is also a fingerprint reader for protection.
I want a Shift!!! But it's so expensive. The 40 GB model is priced at RM5499. RM5499!!! Where am i going to get such money??? Anyone kind enough to donate???
Tuesday, April 1, 2008
Almost every week I play basketball twice, sometimes three times. Have you ever thought about, where did basketball come from? Or where it was invented? Or who invented it? Curious, so I did a research on it.
Basketball, is an athletic sport that teaches social skills, rights of passage, creativity and gives a cultural identity. Basketball basically is a sport of two teams competing to score by throwing an inflated ball so that it descends through one of the two baskets suspended at each end of the court.
Basketball, was invented by a guy named, Dr. James Naismith, born in 1861 in Ramsey Township. In the early days, basketball was played with a soccer ball instead of our modern basketball.