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Thursday, August 25, 2005
The One With the ILs 

Inspirational Leaders

Is Armstrong your idol?

Is Bill Rancic your idol?

Too far fetched?!!

Let's go closer to our nation..

Is Dr Mahathir your idol?

How about Tony Fernandes?

What's up...

Hear and see them and many more here...

Wednesday, August 24, 2005
The One With Your Own Bed 

In one of the wedding excerpts, it is said that you wear what the other wear etc.

I am sure even before a guy propose to a girl, he already visualises his life with the girl. Can he support her? Can she adapt to his life and principles...etc

And I am sure even when the girl said yes, she would do so. And the questions will still be asked by both the girl and the guy.

And eventually, the matrimony...I do for in health and sickness...I do...

So you made your bed. Lay in it. And try to make the best of it. And in between, try not to lose yourself in it.

The One With the Second Best 

Everyone wants to be and have the best.

Yet...with the situation and everything/everyone around you, you have to settle for the second best.

Why do we have to settle for the second best???

Because we have to make it the best, even better than the previous best.

Oh I do hope so.

The One With the You and the Other You and the Other ... 

Decisions nowadays are so much less satisfying...

Coz you couldnt always get what you really want...nonetheless, you try to compromise your other you.

Basically you alone dont make the decision. Rather everyone in you do.

In a way, it is something new. Something I am still learning.

Everyone is still co-dependent to each other. And however nice and great it may seem if we could just live and decide alone and not settle for the second best, it is still very not nice indeed.

Aaaa....something new in life.

The One With Dreams 

I think almost everyone has dreams....

and as we grow older...some dreams may hve changed accordingly...and/or you have more dreams...

and some times...other people may not agree with your dreams.

what should you do? Kill off your dream...?!!!

or keep on dreaming...tht maybe your dream will come true...

what are your dreams...

The One With the Catch...UP 

Have seen her with so many people...trying to marry herself off to someone; probably trying to find some love for herself.

But with this, she probably has to catch up...

And it's still a catch...

Monday, August 22, 2005
The One With Dunnowhere 

we're moving out next week...

but to dunnowhere?!!!

still looking at mutiara damansara and damansara utama area?

funny...i have just mentioned to zen tht august and september have always made some markings for us...
it's like the months of the year...
our roadtax for both cars expire in sept...
our anniversary is in sept...
just had my first customers for my biz this week; thanks guys! really appreciate it...spread the news!!!

what else?!!!

oh well...

wish us luck!

The One With Quite a Catch 

Malaysian, 26, once a TV3 journalist....is the new wife of Sultan Brunei....

Friday, August 19, 2005
The One With the Gambler 

This is the queen gambler...

And she's a Malaysian...

And she's an addict I think...on losing the $$$!

Show me the money...

The One With Anak Johor 

Weird caption esp coming from the prince.

But the main thing is he is the true ermm...anak jati johor! so they say...

The One With TarZen 

My lil boy cried for me yesterday for the first time, when I wanted to go for work. Sob sob sob

And he has been sick since Tuesday. No more fever however, just that he still has his sore throat. The sore throat is probably due to the haze. The fever is probably due to his teething. New upper teeth coming out soon.

The One With She's Here 

Guess who's here?

The One With Discrimination 


Since I am a programmer by virtue, would it make a difference to have woman programmers...or rather..is there a bias there too...???

Read a feng shui book, it is necessary to balance the yin yang energies in the office.

Would it be 'nice' to have a single sex company?

The One With the Police 

The next time you are stopped by persons who claimed they are plainclothes police, you are under no obligation to answer their questions or follow their orders, lawyers told Malaysiakini today.

"Policeman who is not wearing his uniform does not have the authority to stop anyone," lawyer and human rights activist Sivarasa Rasiah said. Sivarasa was commenting on the alleged gang-rape of an 18-year-old Uni student by four men claiming to be police officers on New Year's Eve. The girl said that her car was stopped in Taman Tun Dr Ismail in Kuala Lumpur and were asked by the men to open the car bonnet. She was then told that she had committed an offence and ordered to follow the men to a police station. The girl was driven in her car along the North-South expressway to the Tapah-Cameron Highlands road before she was raped in an oil palm estate.

This incident, and many others, have sparked confusion over the procedures which motorists must follow when flagged down by the police. The most common problem is that most people take instructions without determining if the other person is really a cop," lawyer Annie Santiago said. However, if you are stopped by a uniformed policeman, then you are required to stop. But you need not get out of the car because you are not expected to do so, Santiago said. He other rule to follow is to provide your identity card only when you are asked to do so. "Even then, you should get his ID first to confirm if he is a cop. There is no harm in calling the relevant police station to verify if he is supposed to be on duty that day," Sivarasa said.

Both lawyers said that motorists should never follow an officer to the police station unless one is under arrest. "If you are not sure, and your instincts tell you that something is wrong, then drive off to the nearest police station and lodge a report," Sivarasa said. In response to the alleged gang-rape of the 18-year-old, Women's Aid Organisation executive-secretary Ivy Josiah called on the police to launch an education program to teach the public about their rights to prevent them from being victimised by bogus police officers.

Procedures to follow in the event you are stopped by uniformed police Officers while driving.
  • Stop the car and wind down your window a little bit enough for you to make conversation with the "Police Officer".

  • If the "police officers" ask for your documents, request to see their IDs first.

  • If you are satisfied about their identity, ask them if you are being summoned, and for what offence.

  • Produce your identity card and driver's license and wait to collect your summon ticket.

  • In the event that the police officers ask you to follow them to the police station:
  • Ask if you are under arrest and for what offence.

  • If you are not under arrest, you have the right to leave.

  • In the event you are flagged down by persons you believe could be plainclothes police:
  • Do not stop because plainclothes police officers do not have the authority to stop you.

  • Drive to the nearest police station and lodge a report. (The same procedure applies to pedestrians)

  • In the event the police come to your house:
  • Do not let them in before checking their IDs.

  • If you are not satisfied, phone the nearest police station and confirm if they had been sent to your house.

  • You are under no obligation to allow them into the house if they don't have a search warrant.

  • Do not go with them if you are not under arrest.

  • In the event persons who claimed to be plainclothes police come to your house:
  • Do not let him in because they do not have the authority to do so.

  • Lodge a report at the nearest police station.

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  • Friday, August 12, 2005
    The One With The AP(I) 

    Nahh.. not Ayah Pin nor Rafidah's AP.. It is about Air Pollutant Index.. I've to commute to KLCC today due to some office thingy.. (normally i'll be @ site office somewhere around Cyberjaya).. apparently as of this morning the sky is slightly clearer.. although still bad, but at least better than yesterday i guess.. some buildings are still visible from LRT.. fewer people seen wearing mask.. yesterday, some of my colleagues even wore their mask inside the building.. heh..

    as I jumped off the LRT, saw a guy loiterring around tunnel conjoining KLCC and LRT station, he went "RM2! RM2!" WTF? oh.. he was selling surgical mask.. making money with the current weather situation.. very business minded.. :D

    I thought RM2 is already expensive enuff.. until I read Harian Metro ;

    Edisi Nasional : Harga topeng naik

    Oleh Manan Samad dan Mohd Sabran Md Sani

    AMPANG: Segelintir farmasi, klinik dan peniaga di sekitar Lembah Klang dikesan mengambil kesempatan menaikkan harga topeng penapis jerebu hingga 30 peratus berikutan masalah jerebu yang semakin kronik sekarang.

    Setiausaha Agung Persatuan Pengguna Islam Malaysia (PPIM), Datuk Dr Maamor Osman, berkata pihaknya menerima aduan kegiatan itu berlaku di beberapa kawasan antaranya Kuala Lumpur, Shah Alam, Ampang dan Keramat.

    “Harga satu topeng yang sederhana mutunya selalu dijual beberapa sen saja. Tetapi kami terima aduan ada peniaga yang jual hingga lebih RM1, membabitkan kenaikan 30 peratus berbanding harga sebenar.

    “Ini antara aduan yang kerap kami terima mengenai jerebu setakat ini. Satu lagi aduan ialah kesukaran mendapatkan stok topeng, daripada syarikat pengeluar,” katanya ketika ditemui di kliniknya di Taman Tasik Tambahan, di sini, semalam.

    Dr Maamor berharap tiada peniaga yang menangguk di air keruh dengan mengambil kesempatan menaikkan harga topeng.

    Screw the inflation..

    P/S: I'm looking for mini surgical mask for my little kiddo.. anyone knows any?

    Monday, August 08, 2005
    The One With Indoor Treasure Hunt 

    Last Friday, my project's society club organized an indoor treasure hunt located at One Utama New Wing. I took chance to involve although last treasure hunt i joined was many many years ago.. and it was school-boy standard treasure hunt where participants need to find clues hidden in certain areas.. Those clues will later drive to another location etc.. I never win such, mostly due to either clue got lost, somebody accidentally took others clue, or even worst when the clues got sabotaged etc.. heh.. school days..

    However I know that for a standard treasure hunts, participants will be given all the clues at starting points and have to crack the clue and find a signboard etc that can be linked with the clue.. and along the way, buy treasure which can give a lot of points.. that's how we played last friday.. organized by Huntmasters, it was a 2-hours hunting through 3 levels of One Utama New Wing.. phewwww.. luckily it wasn't the whole One Utama..

    Although Huntmasters said, all the questions were way much easier than the standard ones, still it cracked our heads out to think and find the answers.. Here are sample of questions.. something like this la.. (is it copyrighted?) Well.. highlight to find the answers..

    1) Dispersed of load, can be found in Ronaldo's place
        Answer : ALDO
    2) Start of original equipment, mixed and made an ass
        Answer : DKNY
    3) Exactly where you can find the core?
        Answer : Apple Center
    4) Sounds like misquote?
        Answer : Ms. Read
    5) Oriental fun you can find at Superbowl
        Answer : Chee Cheong Fun @ Superbowl
    6) Under the care of garment. So to speak?
        Answer : Wardrobe
    Out of 15 questions, our team (Darayus, his wife Eileene, Stevie & I) missed out 3.. and emerged the overall winners.. hehe.. out of 6 teams only.. whatever.. as long as we got some shopping vouchers to be spent.. hehe.. now I'm a bit addicted of treasure hunting.. any regulars want to share any tips?

    Monday, August 01, 2005
    The One With the Math 

    Wanna get to KLIA using the ERL?

    Click on KLIA-Transit
    Sentral(1) -- Bdr. Tasik Selatan(2) RM 4.20
    Sentral(1) -- Putrajaya(3) RM 9.50
    Sentral(1) -- Salak Tinggi(4) RM 12.50
    Sentral(1) -- KLIA(5) RM 35.00


    Bdr. Tasik Selatan -- Putrajaya RM5.30
    Putrajaya - - KLIA RM6.20

    So to save money on fares

    1. Either take the ERL to Putrajaya for RM9.50. Get down and buy another ticket from Putrajaya to KLIA for RM6.20. Total cost works out to RM15.70 instead of RM35.00. The inconvenience is having to wait for the next train for about 15 mins(peak) or 20 mins(non-peak). But the substantial saving of RM19.30 per person may be worthwhile.


    2. Take the Komuter to Bdr. Tasik Selatan for only RM1.00. From here take the ERL to Putrajaya for RM5.30. Get down and buy another ERL ticket to KLIA for RM6.20. The total costs add up to only RM12.50 instead of RM35.00. This option is cheaper by RM3.20 but the additional hassle may not be worth the additional saving.

    ERL is banking on the fact that despite this apparent weakness in the fare structure, nobody will take advantage of it mainly because everybody is in such a hurry nowadays!