Showing posts from October, 2012

TNB caught a mouse


In Memory of Dr. Richard Teo (1972 - 2012)

Below is the transcript of the talk of Dr. Richard Teo, who is a 40-year-old millionaire and cosmetic surgeon with a stage-4 lung cancer but selflessly came to share with the D1 class his life experience on 19-Jan-2012. He has just passed away few days ago on 18 October 2012.

Hi good morning to all of you. My voice is a bit hoarse, so please bear with m
e. I thought I'll just introduce myself. My name is Richard, I'm a medical doctor. And I thought I'll just share some thoughts of my life. It's my pleasure to be invited by prof. Hopefully, it can get you thinking about how... as you pursue this.. embarking on your training to become dental surgeons, to think about other things as well.

Since young, I am a typical product of today's society. Relatively successful product that society requires.. From young, I came from a below average family. I was told by the media... and people around me that happiness is about success. And that success is about being wealthy. With t…

They have Sandy, we have Debt

In America they have Sandy.
In Malaysia we have Debt.

Malaysian Gabbage

Subject: Malaysia Proton Cars - UK review

... read the critics on how our proton cars are being reviewed in UK ... better buy a cabbage, awful logo, ridiculous name ... and worst of all why bring these cars to UK, asking us to"walk away"
Malaysia Proton Cars Just go to BBC top gear, it's all there! 
We don’t know what Malaysian motorists did to upset the gods, but it must have been something pretty serious, judging by the punishment they seem to be getting. Still, at least the domestic audience thinks this stuff is the norm – what on earth do they think they’re doing bringing it to the UK? Walk away.
GEN-2 £8,785 - £11,595 Add to Car BarCars for sale - GEN-2 A budget five-door hatchback intended to make you think twice about buying a Focus. Frankly, we think a medium-size cabbage makes a more sensible alternative.

Fake Gold Bars

Your investment not safe after all.

Jabatan Eksais dan Kastam diRaja

Sorry, the vacancy’s filled
R. Nadeswaran Last Monday, our columnist applied for a "dream job" with the Customs Department after discovering there are fool-proof measures to raise money for charitable causes. A week later, since he did not get nor expected a reply, he decided to pen a reply (purportedly) from the department. Dear R. Nadeswaran I have been directed to reply to your application. First, we would like to thank you for showing interest in our department and the happenings within. However, we regret to inform you that the vacancy had been filled long before we received your application. To be honest, it is the policy of this department to fill such "exciting" vacancies which involve procurement and money with internal promotions and as a matter of fact, such positions are reserved for officers from the inner sanctum. Perhaps, you will read about the heroics of such officers in future editions of the Auditor General's Report, probably in 2017, as you h…

TM Yellow Paper that cannot be audit

MAKING IMPROVEMENTS: An annual affair, the Auditor-General's Report is a much-anticipated document; but because it is largely a bad-news story, it is a much-derided one. Auditor-General Tan Sri Ambrin Buang tells Aniza Damis and Tan Choe Choe that a good-news story requires collective integrity. Here are the excerpts of the interview.

Question: Do you have guidelines on how a project is supposed to be implemented or supervised? Answer: When a government project is signed, there is a provision for the appointment of a project director. These are technical people, so normally it will be Public Works Department people, or the technical people in the ministry. It is the project manager's job to supervise the work of contractors, vendors and sub-contractors. The issue is how effective is your supervision? If you certify that a project is okay when it's not, you're not doing your job, you're negligent, and you should be subjected to disciplinary action. Question: There was…

I believe

“Make a choice of what you want, who you want to be and how you’re going to do it. The universe will get out of your way.” – Will Smith

In life many people wonder why things don't always go the way they want them to but do not realize that in every thought they think and words they speak starts the physical formation of what begins to appears in our lives.
It is normal to have negative thoughts from time to time because we do not live in a perfect world, Or Do We?
The key is when a thought like that shows up you just need to make the decision whether or not you want to entertain that though for a long time or if you want to change the path to a better one immediately.
This is where skill comes in to play. With all things you must practice to make perfect, all though some are borne with more talent than other, anyone can hone the skills of being discipline and beat there fears into submission. it was once said "your biggest fear should be fear itself" I would have to say…

Subang Pervert

If you chance upon this guy grab whatever you can lay your hands on and throw it at him. The chances are you will forget about our stupid politic for an hour or two.

This picture was captured by one of his victims. And his message is this:
.Pls help me share this! THIS GUY PLAYING HIS DICK In front of my gf working place(ss15 subang jaya/malaysia)
. -Ycy Plantronics-.

This is no joke, many woman in suband had been harrassed by this psyco,please share it out !!,hide yo wife!! hide yo kids!! cause they might be the next victim

Latest Collector's item

Finally she acknowledge herself.

Destructive Phenomenon - a fire tornado

Firefighters battling a huge grassfire in Queensland have witnessed a rarely seen destructive phenomenon - a fire tornado.
Crews fighting the fire near Thargomindah, in the state's far west, watched in awe as a massive fire tornado formed inside the inferno on Sunday. It went up about 300 metres in the air Bulloo Shire Mayor John Ferguson says as the giant column of flame rose, it was photographed by a local woman. "It went up about 300 metres in the air," he said. Advertisement
"Then about 30 metres of flame broke off and flew about 400 metres over the fire break, which was the main road, and started another fire."
The photos are being passed around fire stations across the state. ] Queensland Rural Fire Service Superintendent Wayne Waltisbuhl explained that the phenomenon occurs when an intensely hot fire sucks in colder air around it.
As the hot air rises, cool air is sucked into a central hotspot and begins to spin, creating a vortex of flame.
A fire tornad…

What have we Muslim sacrifice?

The meaning of Hari Raya Aidiladha
Aidiladha is also commonly known as Hari Raya Korban or Hari Raya Haji in Malaysia. Celebrated about two months after Hari Raya Aidilfitri, on the 10th day of Zulhijjah, the 12th (last) month of the Muslim calendar, it marks the end of the haj pilgrimage period (about two weeks). Every year, millions of Muslims make the journey to Mecca in Saudi Arabia to perform the haj, one of the five basic tenets of Islam. Aidiladha also commemorates the sacrifices made by the Prophet Ibrahim (hence the word 'korban,' which means sacrifice in Arabic), who demonstrated immense faith when he was put to the test by God. Prophet Ibrahim was commanded to offer his son Ismail up for sacrifice, and though it grieved him greatly, he made ready to perform the task. However, as he was about to strike his son, God stopped him and revealed that it was a trial. Ismail's life was spared, and a ram was sacrificed in his place. As such, during Aidiladha, the sacrifi…