Saturday, December 03, 2011

Hey again...

It's been a while since i last blogged.. Almost two years.

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Wednesday, March 14, 2007

04.03.2007 was a big day for both me and Liza. We had our wedding on that day. I had a lukewarm feeling about it.. Well, with marriage comes heavy responsibility. Now I am enjoying my new (or re-newed, as Doris would call it) status.

Monday, December 04, 2006

Me and Liza after the "Bertunang" ceremony.

Saturday, December 02, 2006

From left, Afrina, Affandi, Ashrafiq and Ayu

Papa and Ayu

She's a big girl now... isn't she?

Happy 6th. birthday my darling!!!

Ayu and Liza taken at Ayu's Birthday bash, err.. I mean small party.

The Day Has Come..

Tomorrow, Sunday, the 3rd. day of December at 15:00 hours (GMT) I will be engaged to Liza after more than two years of knowing each other.

It's a big decision but I guess it is time when it is time. All preparations are in place and ongoing with my eldest sister getting herself busy planning for tomorrow.

It's going to be a small event attended only by close family members of both sides. Actually I can't wait for tomorrow and Liza is doubly so.

Wedding is planned to take place some time in March 2007 during school holiday.

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Friday, December 01, 2006

Below is a Mazda 323GT (it's what the owner says, but I believe it's a Mazda MX-3 with a K8 V6 1.8L engine). Love the sound. I'm driving a Mazda with one of those Mazda K-series engines. V6s really love to sing and sing it hard and loud. Enjoy the noise!!!

It's Been Quite a While....

Well, almost no time to visit my own blog...

May be one day... may be...

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Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Of Algebra and David Beckham

Of Algebra and David Beckham
Here are two questions for you:

  1. Bet went to the shop at 11:45am.  She came back at half an hour later.  What time did she come back?

  2. What is twelve divided by three?
If you couldn’t figure out the answers to the above two questions, fret not.  You are not alone.  Welcome to the Beckham’s “I can’t count to ten” fan club.  Apparently he was having a hard time helping his six-year old son Brooklyn with the homework.  
He admitted that math for kindergarten was getting much more difficult nowadays
Well, admit it Mr. Beck.  You had not much time to learn when you were a kid.  Or may be your IQ is not up to it.  It doesn’t matter anyway, as long as you can bend the ball like you do.  Unfortunately, there is no bending around algebra.  One plus one will always be two.

Same old bulls

Woke up at seven this morning.  Usually I would get out of bed thirty minutes later.  But this was a different morning altogether.  Someone on the TV’s morning edition was talking about fuel price increase.  RM0.30 to be exact.  What the ..!!!  I sprang out of bed almost instantly!  The best wake-up call I have ever had my entire life!!!  Thanks BN but no thanks.
What we need is a better living, not some fairy tales that we are among the most affluent nations, that we can achieve almost anything, that we Malaysians “BOLEH”!
All I need is a decent living where necessary stuff is affordable.  All I need is a new government!  Now that I regret making a wrong decision the last General Elections.  I will not make the same mistake again.  The government is taking us for granted, forgetting that we were the ones that chose them to be our reps.  Now they are forgetting and it’s time we showed them who the boss is.  What happens with the notion “Government from the people, by the people, for the people”?  It looks to me like “Government from the people, by the people, but for the select few”!  
They make a promise that there will be no more price increase until next year.  But for god’s sake, it’s thirty sen!!! The biggest single price increase since I could remember.  Shame on you.  Shame on you.  Shame on you people who side with the government and allow them to hold you by the balls!
I can understand it if PETRONAS is losing money subsiding fuel for people. But last year they made some cool 20 billion plus in profit.  
Soon there will domino effects on other consumer goods.  It’s going to be ugly.. very ugly!

Tuesday, November 15, 2005

It's Party Time

It’s party time! Or should I say polling time? A by-election is here again, this time in Pengkalan Pasir, Pasir Mas, Kelantan. A DUN seat left vacant after the demise of the elected representative whose name I don’t bother to memorize. He was a PAS representative, winning the state seat just by 55-vote majority – or should I say margin.

A by-election is special because it is isolated from the General Election. Now all parties will get to concentrate on one small constituency. BN will be at full force to get the votes, and considering the margin that they lost to PAS in the last General Election, they will be full of confidence. PAS will bank on their Islamic image and err… and nothing else.
Whatever the outcome, the people of Pengkalan Pasir will be the beneficiary. Roads will be improved with new layer of tarmac; they will get a new hall, and so on and so forth. And Pak Lah and Najib will by now know where Pengkalan Pasir is.

To me, I am critical of the government (BN). Most of their decisions have not gone well with my version of right and wrong. BUT, I don’t think there is a political party to better them. As such, should I am to cast a vote, they are the one to get it. Or I don’t vote at all if I don't like the candidates.