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Tuesday, October 28, 2008

!!!Dekan's Bday!!!

Today is Oct 28th! It's steve's Bday!

Tomorrow is Oct 29th! It's Jeff's Bday!

To commemorate the occasion I post this silly video we made about my little TV over at 19-7 Prima Setapak Condominium.

It seems human bodies are a good conductor of Radiofrequency waves!

Anyway here I dedicate the post to Dekan Fakulty Paktorlogy
Dekan Merangkap pengarah ah.
Although recently he no longer prolific but due to the serious lack of a better candidate he will remain as our Dekan Merangkap Pengarah.

You see, If we change his post, Out Spot at the Times Good Universities Guide will slip down the rungs as UKM did because Our Dear Dekan Merangkap Pengarah is still Dekan Merangkap Pengarah and not replaced by the doctor who was featured in a short clip which included Li Ming( The poor mother from Money No Enough II- which was a swell movie showing great Filial Piety).

Well Dekan mah. Quirky and Crazy is his middle name lor.
Hmmm... Yeah to promote him, here you go!


And the guy beside him is his Wife.

Over 190cm tall and Having Marfan's, Ehlers and Acromegaly, Not forgetting Gynec....... he is the Great Khali of Medic Fac. Hmmm...

He is Also Senior Lecurer in Microbiology department of Paktorlogy...
ask him about Malassezia furfur or pneumocystis jeroveci then he will tell you exactly how they look like, what they do best in your body and where they come from all within a snap of the fingers!

His Memory is A grade! Super scary I tell you. "In spite of" his excellent memory.. Musculoskeletal module is his favourite module. Or isn't it everyone's Favourite?

Oklah.. I played with them too much today... Have to go do serious stuff.. i.e. go emuparadise to download Super Mario Bros the emulated version.

Have chance I will promote dekan merangkap pengarah further! Till then I will be the one to screen candidates for the position of Dekan's Wife, Zhen Hsiung Passed already but I have 239 more of coursemates to screen.. so adios!

Monday, October 27, 2008

Another one from Email!


Below are four (4) questions and a bonus question. You have to answer them instantly. You can't take your time, answer all of them immediately. Let's find out just how clever you really are.


First Question: 第一題
You are participating in a race. You overtake the second place person.
What position are you in?
你參加賽跑,追過第 2 名,你是第幾名?

Answer: If you answered that you are first, then you are wrong! If you overtake the second place person, and you take his/her place, you are second!

解答: ! 如果你的回答是第 1 名,你就錯了!你如果追過第 2名,你只是取代那人的位置,你是第 2 名。

To answer the second question, don't take as much time as you took for the first question. 回答第 2 題,你不能使用與回答第 1 題相同的時間。

Second Question : 第二題
If you are in a race, and you overtake the last person, then you are?

Answer : If you answered that you are second to last, then you are wrong again. Tell me, how can you overtake the LAST person?! You're not having a good time at this! Are you?
解答: 如果你的回答是倒數第 2 名,你又錯了!告訴我,你怎能追過最後一名?顯然你並未樂在其中!

Very tricky maths! Note: This must be done in your head only. Do NOT use paper and pencil or a calculator. Try it..


Third Question: ! 第三題
Take 1000 and add 40 to it. Now add another 1000. Now add 30. Add another 1000. Now add 20. Now add another 1000. now add 10. What is the total?

以 1000 加上 40 ,再加 1000 ,再加 30 ,再加 1000 ,現在加上 20 ,再加一次 1000 ,現在再加 10 ,總數是多少?

Answer : Did you get 5000? The correct answer is actually 4100. Don't believe it? Check with your calculator!
解答: 得到 5000 是嗎?正確答案是 4100 ,不相信,用計算機查證吧!

Today is definitely not your day. Maybe! you will get the last question right?

Fourth Question: 第四題

Mary's father has five daughters: 1. Nana, 2. Nene, 3. Nini, 4. Nono. What is the name of the fifth daughter?
Mary 的父親有 5 個女兒,第 1 個女兒 Nana , 第 2 個女兒 Nene , 第 3個女兒 Nini ,第 4 個女兒 Nono ,第 5 個女兒的名字是什麼?

Answer : Nunu? NO! Of course not. Her name is Mary. Read the question again!

解答: 答案是 Nunu 嗎?不!絕對不是,她的名字是 Mary ,請再讀一次問題!

Okay, now the bonus round. You can partially redeem yourself with this one !

Bonus Question 加分題 :

There is a mute person who wants to buy a toothbrush. By imitating the action of brushing one's teeth he successfully expresses himself to the shopkeeper and the purchase is done. Now if there is a blind man who wishes to buy a pair of sun-glasses, how should he express himself?

Answer : He just has to open his mouth and ask. He's blind, not mute - so simple.

解答: 他只要張開嘴問即可。他是瞎子,不是啞巴。就這麼簡單!


把這個傳下去,以便打擊那些你生活中遇到的「聰明人」 !!

The Eco Film Festival 2008

Check out an outdoor weekend festival that blends local music, environmental film screenings, organic food and acts as the latest industry showcase for greener cars, fashion and more.

Enjoy Song writing workshops, local and foreign film screenings ( including eco blockbuster
, The crude awakening

National Arts Academy(Aswara)
464, Jalan Tun Ismail, Kuala Lumpur

NOV1 and NOV2 (Saturday and Sunday)
From 10am to 7pm daily. for details visit
email info@ecoknights.com
or call 03-77276563

Finger lickin bad

"Come on- You know you don't wanna eat me... I may be tainted with melamine...I am full of transfat, with ample calories you won't be able to burn off in a century... seriously In fact after eating me you'll turn out like this...."

"No kidding. And I was left out there so long with flies hopping over me you'd puke if you're able to see me under the 'bug magnifier lenses' I happen to have.

"Having second thoughts? Good... hear me out here will you, let me catch a breath of methane gas and get back to you. yup that's what they made me with. you know with unburnt hydrocarbons and such..."

"-and that's all just talking about my exterior... Inside, I'm worse off. I'm filled with Aflatoxin harbouring, heatiness causing peanut butter. You see, butter is part of the word. Butter comes from Milk right? And that's where more melamine could be.. you should really think twice before doing the wrong thing. I am bad for your health"

"In fact, I am such a bad thing that I am exactly what they serve up in the ISA holding centres. You know- food unfit for dogs? No I'm not degrading myself here, I'm trying to save my.. I mean your life here. Can't you see? I'm doing this for you. There's nothing in this for me!"

"No I am not a Somalian Pirate. But I am poison."
"What am I supposed to be? (what? you haven given up yet?)
"I'm actually a dorayaki. I am contorted because I'm an unhealthy dorayaki"
"If you eat me you'll turn blue and your hands will become round and your fingers will drop off. If fact you'll start growing whiskers. Most important of all you'll become round and fat. you don't want that do you? let me illustrate

"Waitttttt!!!!... Noooooooo!!!!!... Please!!!!!....

"Pass my will to dunkin donuts, Big apple and J-CO don...."

*Crunch* *crunch*


Finger Lickin Good

Oh okay...If its finger licking good we have to lick it all the way to the elbow... (the dough stretched that far.)

It's been a long time since I done any backwood cooking since my scout days so Its fun to do it all over again! :-)

Well, in the scout badge USAHA, the qualifying criteria to pass back wood cooking is you need to get the fire burning with at most 3 match sticks. you get 10 points extra for each match unused. Well, This time, I failed my usaha badge.... three times over! Schucks...

Well. the ground was damp and the twigs were wet... coz it rained ytd... oh kk enough excuses... after half an hour of literally huffing and puffing we managed to get the fire going!!! Lighting up charcoal in an open space needs lotsa patience!

It was a messy affair with the dough though, using roughly 300g of "Key" brand flour,
1 egg probably of Leong Hup origin, half sachet of "Martin brand" yeast, mixed with a secret amount of water(the key to successful adherence to the barbecue stick which we learnt only too late..or in my case, remembered too late)--- we whipped up a bucket full of bread dough which grew 3 times its size in the half hour and sticked to everything it got in contact with.

Then its--
-"Stick, come meet dough"
-"dough, please meet stick"

Now the two of you meet FLAME!! Nyehahahaha..

Once its golden brown in colour we applied a think sheen of planta margerine and sprinkled sugar over it... And Despite our reservations..turned out to be extremely tasty!

Oh and not forgetting one special stick on which we melted a small square of cadbury chocolate on... that was heavenly!

Cleaning up the warzone was best left to tomorrow because we needed to meet Friends coming to town...

Let us strive to be Malaysian's! Real Malaysians as we hoped to be seen by the world

Let’s strive to
be Lat’s Malaysia again
Taken from The Star - Letters to the Editor

REMEMBER Datuk Lat’s comical and hilarious depiction of Malaysian life? When was the last time you laughed at the multi-racial characters that he portrayed?

The Chinese schoolteacher with butterfly-rimmed glasses, Punjabi security guard, the oversized Malay housewife and her puny husband, the Indian shopkeeper, the mamak roti canai seller?

The assorted characters from the bus driver to the Prime Minister? Was it quite some time ago that you were amused because the characters resembled many people around you?

If you are scratching your head trying to recall the last occasion you laughed, let me tell you why. Something has gone wrong with our psyche, the Malaysian psyche. We seem to have lost the ability to laugh at ourselves. We seem to have become highly-strung, sensitive, paranoid even.

And all this seems to coincide with the heightened racial tensions that we are apparently going through. I don’t know about you but for me if it is true that we are getting polarised, I will feel ashamed, utterly ashamed.
I will feel guilty too because we are being irresponsible to the future generations. Do you think they will thank us for bequeathing upon them a legacy of disunity and polarisation? Of a country unified in name only? Of a society that operates on differences, not similarities?

It is a big shame, really, for not too long ago, we were like Lat’s Malaysia.
I know my childhood schooldays were such. Those days of playful abandon and childhood innocence with my best friends, Siva and Swee Cheong. Of blissful times roaming the rubber estates in my hometown of Teluk Intan.
The days of great discovery in school under strict but wonderful teachers who, incidentally for me, were mostly non-Malays.

The portly headmaster, Mr Hari Singh, was feared but knew how to make us laugh with funny remarks during his address at the weekly assembly. He was ably assisted by Mrs Maniam who, despite her matronly disposition, just needed to stare at us when we were mischievous.
My class teachers, Ms Santhaletchumi, Mrs Ng, Mr Pua and Mr Yu were utterly dedicated and professional. To be sure, they were strict disciplinarians and some of their methods of punishment may be called torture by today’s teaching standards. But they were effective educationists to whom I shall forever owe a debt of gratitude.
The point is that never once did I feel discriminated against by any of them. On the contrary, I know they sacrificed time and money to see me and the other students succeed. Mr Yu, for example, used to buy nasi lemak and tea for the top student in the monthly Maths test.

Naturally, yours truly won the coveted prize many times, the additional honour being to enjoy the treat in the privacy of the sports storeroom.
Why reward a student with nasi lemak and tea in the storeroom, you may ask? Mr Yu, you see, was also our hockey master. Did you think he was buying nasi lemak and tea because he actually thought I might be the next Einstein? I also had to polish the hockey sticks and hockey balls!

Granted, childhood nostalgia may have put a gloss on the realities of Malaysian life back then. I am not saying the country was perfect socio-economically or otherwise. Of course, there were imbalances and inequalities which could cause social and political tensions and therefore had to be addressed.

But the multi-racial orientation of Malay­sian life was very pronounced in all spheres, which made for a more colourful, interesting and vibrant nation. Not to mention a stronger nation, harnessing the full potential, talents and calibre of all its citizenry.

Undeniably, much has changed since our founding fathers left us this cultural melting pot of a country called Malaysia.

Question is, in our hearts and minds, are we as a people celebrating our diversity like we used to? Do we see multi-racial pop groups, sports teams, school administrators, government officials and security forces like we used to?

Oh, how I wish Malaysian life was colourful and interesting again. Easygoing, laidback, unassuming, charming, original again. Inclusive and inspiring again. I say let’s be Lat’s Malaysia again.

Kuala Lumpur.

Bean Bean plant Chronology... (=^.^-)









Day N

Baby bean bean!!!
Nolah... Its the sprouts of a green bean and a Soya bean... hehehe

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Stumped!!! Twice!!!- from a Fwded Mail


Which way is the bus below traveling?

To the left or to the right?

Can't make up your mind?

Look carefully at the picture again.

Still don't know?

Primary school children were shown this picture and asked the same question.

90% of them gave this answer:

'The bus is traveling to the right.'

When asked, 'Why do you think the bus is traveling to the right?'

They answered:

'Because you can'! t see the door to get on the bus.'

How do you feel now???

I know, me too.

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Bejeweled 2! be-mesmerised

wooo....after 2 plus hours....

Continue slowly......after a few near death experiences...

Walah! Level 17 and 3 million!!!! hehehehe.. thank you thank you!


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