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Sunday, February 28, 2010

Internet Undersea World

I would be a bus driver!

A little kid walks into a city bus and sits right behind the driver and starts yelling, "If my dad was a bull and my mom a cow I’d be a little bull."

The driver starts getting mad at the noisy kid, who continues with, "If my dad was an elephant and my mom a girl elephant I would be a little elephant."

The kid goes on with several animals until the bus driver gets angry and yells at the kid, "What if your dad was gay and your mom was a prostitute?!"

The kid smiles and says, "I would be a bus driver!"

Saturday, February 27, 2010

World’s Fastest Volvo




Volvo is known as one of the safest cars in the world, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make them go fast too.

Spotted on the streets of Johor, Malaysia, this car has to be the fastest Volvo in the world. As you can see in the photos, it has no less than 10 exhausts, countless gauges showing God knows what information, and the stickers on the back warn anyone foolish enough to want to race it, that it has fuel injection and twin turbo.

Not much more info on the web about this beast, but what more can anyone say really? The photos speak a lot louder than words.

Indahnya Dialek Bahasa Ibundaku


Thursday, February 25, 2010


For those that don't know him, Major General Peter Cosgrove is an 'Australian treasure!'

General Cosgrove was interviewed on the radio recently.

You'll love his reply to the lady who interviewed him concerning guns and children. Regardless of how you feel about gun laws you have to love this! It is one of the best comeback lines of all time.

It is a portion of an ABC interview between a female broadcaster and General Cosgrove, who was about to sponsor a Boy Scout Troop visiting his military headquarters.

FEMALE INTERVIEWER: So, General Cosgrove, what things are you going to teach these young boys when they visit your base?

GENERAL COSGROVE: We're going to teach them climbing, canoeing, archery and shooting.

FEMALE INTERVIEWER: Shooting! That's a bit irresponsible, isn't it?

GENERAL COSGROVE: I don't see why, they'll be properly supervised on the rifle range.

FEMALE INTERVIEWER: Don't you admit that this is a terribly dangerous activity to be teaching children?

GENERAL COSGROVE: I don't see how. We will be teaching them proper rifle discipline before they even touch a firearm.

FEMALE INTERVIEWER: But you're equipping them to become violent killers.

GENERAL COSGROVE: Well, Ma'am, you're equipped to be a prostitute, but you're not one, are you?

The radio went silent and the interview ended.

Wednesday, February 24, 2010


Universiti Teknologi MARA dengan ini mempelawa calon-calon Bumiputera Warganegara Malaysia yang berkelayakan dalam bidang-bidang yang berkaitan untuk mengisi kekosongan jawatan tetap/kontrak/sementara di Kampus Shah Alam dan Cawangan bagi memenuhi Wawasan 2020 Negara.

a. Untuk Bukan Staf UiTM
Permohonan hendaklah dibuat dengan melayari laman web UiTM di Explorer) dan membuat permohonan secara atas talian (“ON-LINE”) sahaja dengan mengisikan maklumat yang diperlukan.

b. Untuk Staf UiTM sahaja
Permohonan dari Staf UiTM berstatus tetap/kontrak/sementara di mana pelantikan dibuat melalui Bahagian Pengurusan Perjawatan UiTM, hendaklah dibuat melalui sistem aplikasi atas talian (“ON-LINE”) melalui
Portal I-Staf -> eProses & Sistem Sokongan -> ePengambilan Staf.
Tarikh tutup permohonan ialah pada hari Isnin, 1 Mac 2010.

Borang bagi jawatan kosong (akademik):

Tiada borang permohonan untuk jawatan kosong bukan akademik. Permohonan boleh dibuat melalui atas talian (online)

For more information please click advertisement below:
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Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Kita Tanya..Al-Qur'an Jawab..

Kita selalu Bertanya....dan Al-Quran sudah menjawabnya.


"Apakah manusia itu mengira bahawa mereka dibiarkan saja mengatakan; "Kami telah beriman," ("I am full of faith to Allah") sedangkan mereka tidak diuji? Dan sesungguhnya Kami telah menguji org2 yg sebelum mereka, maka sesungguhnya Allah mengetahui org2 yg benar dan, sesungguhnya Dia mengetahui org2 yg dusta."
-Surah Al-Ankabut ayat 2-3


"Boleh jadi kamu membenci sesuatu padahal ia amat baik bagimu, dan boleh jadi pula kamu menyukai sesuatu, padahal ia amat buruk bagimu, Allah mengetahui sedang kamu tidak mengetahui."
- Surah Al-Baqarah ayat 216


"Allah tidak membebani seseorang itu melainkan sesuai dengan kesanggupannya. "
- Surah Al-Baqarah ayat 286


"Jgnlah kamu bersikap lemah, dan jgnlah pula kamu bersedih hati, padahal kamulah org2 yg paling tinggi darjatnya, jika kamu org2 yg beriman."
- Surah Al-Imran ayat 139


"Wahai orang-orang yang beriman! Bersabarlah kamu (menghadapi segala kesukaran dalam mengerjakan perkara-perkara yang berkebajikan) , dan kuatkanlah kesabaran kamu lebih daripada kesabaran musuh, di medan perjuangan), dan bersedialah (dengan kekuatan pertahanan di daerah-daerah sempadan) serta bertaqwalah (be fearfull of Allah The Almighty) kamu kepada Allah supaya, kamu berjaya (mencapai kemenangan). "


"Dan mintalah pertolongan (kepada Allah) dengan jalan sabar dan mengerjakan sembahyang; dan sesungguhnya sembahyang itu amatlah berat kecuali kepada orang-orang yang khusyuk"
- Surah Al-Baqarah ayat 45


"Sesungguhnya Allah telah membeli dari org2 mu'min, diri, harta mereka dengan memberikan syurga utk mereka... ?
- Surah At-Taubah ayat 111


"Cukuplah Allah bagiku, tidak ada Tuhan selain dari Nya. Hanya kepadaNya aku bertawakkal. "
- Surah At-Taubah ayat 129


"... ..dan jgnlah kamu berputus asa dr rahmat Allah.
Sesungguhnya tiada berputus asa dr rahmat Allah melainkan kaum yg kafir."
- Surah Yusuf ayat 12

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Monday, February 22, 2010

Free eBook: Cashflow Quadrant: Rich Dad’s Guide to Financial Freedom


Book Review by blackmarx
This book was given to me by my Team MonaVie mentor, being of technical mind and dead broke I tore right in searching for the secrets of the rich. What I found was amazing and informative, some of which I have suspected all along. Those of you who don’t know Robert T. Kiyosaki, he is an independently wealthy author, business owner and investor and has brought to us the knowledge of the money game to teach us how to gain financial freedom. Cashflow Quadrant is part two of Rich Dad, Poor Dad another of Robert’s books.
What is the Cashflow Quadrant? You ask. It is a visual representation of the four ways we all earn income or cash flow. Inside you will learn what each is and how each works. Robert also describes the difference between the two sides and how to move from one side to other. Later he goes on to teach about investing and business ownership. The Cash Flow Quadrant has provided me with a new found understanding of the world of finance, some of which I will share here.
Cash Flow Quadrant:
E= Employee (any one who works for a company and trades time for money, in the form of a paycheck)
S= Self Employed (any one who owns a business that will not run without them there)
B= Business Owner (some who owns a business system that generates income on its own)
I= Investor ( some one who invests money for profitable return)
Wealth is measured in time. How long can you support your standard of living without physically working. Example if you can live on $1000 a month and have $3000 in savings you are 3 months wealthy. Of course the goal is to become indefinitely wealthy or free from working. Work smart not harder. Make your money work for you. These concepts most of us already understand. However Robert explains why we do not practice them and presents how we must change our money habits in order to set them in motion. Many of us have been sucked into the “no money down easy monthly payment” debt machine, this is not the path to wealth it is a path to a life of hard work.
Investing is make the money you do have work for you. Many of us invest some how already, but how we do it and when can always use improvement. Thereare many types of investors ranging from safe and secure to risk takers and gamblers find out which one you are and decide which you want to be. Learn the steps needed to be the investor you desire and take action. Choose from an array of investment styles and find the one that is right for you. Stock, bond, mutual funds are a few ways to invest but there is also real estate and business ownership. It is also possible to to use other peoples money to start a grow a successful business system.
Business System:
There is more to a successful business then just a good product or service. Actually there are a lot of big companies with average or even bad products, that succeed because the system for distribution, development and marketing makes up for the products faults. Without a strong system your business will most likely fail or you will fall into the self employed category where the company cannot run without your presence. The system can also refer to those you have chosen to trust for managing the company. McDonalds is a great example of a business system. We can all agree that thier products are a bit to be desired, but they are one of the biggest fast food franchises in the world. Why? The system of providing convenience and familiarity. No matter which McDonalds you go to you will find the same menu, same packaging, same method of cooking and same delivery method. This system is what make or breaks a business.
Well, those are a few insights you may find among the words of Robert T. Kiyosaki’s Cashflow Quadrant.



Light Weight Jokes

Rocket to Moon

On the first night of honeymoon the wife crazy husband says, "My sweet darling, I am going to take you to moon tonight."

The impatient wife says, "Sure, but first at least let's see the rocket to get there."

Period of Patience

Dad went to school for getting the report card for his son in the middle of the class and had to wait long. So he got impatient and asked the lady teacher, " Madame, When will you give it to me then?"

The smiling teacher says, "After my period is over for sure sir."

Test By Puncture

A Santa meets Banta in a hospital and expresses surprise, "What are you here for?"

Banta says, "I am here for blood test and these idiots are going to puncture my finger."

Santa started crying, "Oh my God, I am here for urine test and I am too young yet, what will happened to me?"

Gossiping Gurkhas

A Gurkha guard boasts to other, "You know, when I was small, that Victoria Tower fell down upon me."

So the second Gurkha guard inquired, "Hey why? Did it kill you then?"

The puzzled first one says, "I don't remember, I was too young then,"


Sunday, February 21, 2010

10 Watches More Expensive Than A Ferrari

The Patek Caliber 89 - $5,120,000
Buying this watch would require selling 3.5 Bugatti Veyrons, which happens to be 70% of the total number they sold in 2005. The closest most of us will ever get to a Veyron is drooling over it on Top Gear. It’s all about perspective here people. Three Veyrons. Say it out loud – Three. Veyrons. So what makes this watch worth $5.12mil? For starters, it is the most complicated watch on the planet with 33 complications. Essentially, it requires a degree in mechanical engineering to understand, but suffice it to say it has everything but the kitchen sink. It also took more time to design than you spent in college (including those extra years “studying” chemistry).

Split Seconds Patek Philippe Reference 1436 By Tiffany & Co. – $214,000
It’s emblazoned with the Tiffany & Co. name, so you know it’s gonna be expensive. Compared to the rest of the watches on this list though, it’s actually pretty cheap. Well, you know, if two-hundred grand can ever be considered cheap. You’re getting the Patek and the Tiffany names, what else could you want? The ability to time two events that start simultaneously but end at different times – you didn’t think those fancy blue hands were just for show did you?

Patek Philippe Ref 5016P – $762,000
Rounding out the Patek trinity is the Ref 5016P (The P stands for platinum, duh). This watch is the second most complicated wristwatch (the first one was a pocket watch so it doesn’t count) that Patek has produced. The problem with watches of this caliber the need for adjustments, but Patek has an app for that. If you keep this moon-phase, perpetual calendar, retrograde behemoth running continuously it won’t need adjusting until 2100. That’s something your children’s children’s children will most certainly appreciate.

The Breguet Marie Antoinette – $XX,000,000
This watch was originally designed by Breguet himself and has more pieces (823) than an iPhone. It’s self winding, has a minute repeater, perpetual calendar, equation of time, jumping hour, power reserve indicator, and a bimetallic thermometer – everything but MMS messaging. It took forty-four years for the original to be constructed and Breguet and Marie Antoinette both died before it was completed. Ultimately, the original watch disappeared, never to be seen again. When Swatch acquired Breguet, an Indiana Jones style quest for the watch began. When they came up short they reproduced the watch using only the images of the original. Breguet has received offers in the eight digit range, but still refuse to sell.

Jaeger-LeCoultre Gyrotourbillon 1 – $400,000
This watch is clearly complicated, but it has a feature some of the others don’t, a tourbillon. What’s a tourbillon? A wrist-mounted anti-gravity device. Tourbillons (in the most basic terms) prevent gravity from adversely affecting accuracy. Normal tourbillons only rock one-axis anti-gravity, this tourbillon rocks two. No word yet on when the third and fourth axis will be integrated.

Rolex Submariner – $234,000
At some point in time, everyone has held, worn, or owned a Rolex Submariner. This one is special because it was held, worn, and owned by the one and only Steve McQueen. That’s right, the “King of Cool” owned this particular submersible, self-winding, stainless steel oyster bracelet Rolex. You’re getting time, Rolex, and bona fide badassery.

Vacheron Tour de l’Ile – $1,250,000
Vacheron is the oldest watch manufacturer still in existence since its inception in 1755. 250+ years of history allows them to make watches that eclipse most others. The Tour de l’Ile has tourbillon, two faces, and more complications and parts than even the Breguet Marie Antoinette (hopefully without the beheading) making it the most complicated serial wrist watch ever made. It’s worth JUST shy of a Veyron… unless you buy used.

AP Royal Oak Grande Complication – $560,000
Audemars Piquet (that’s where the AP comes from obviously) does it again with the Royal Oak Grande Complication. The Grande Complication is another watch that has a perpetual calendar accurate until long after you will no longer be alive. It has a lot of the same complications as the other watches (minute repeater, split seconds chronograph, aforementioned perpetual calendar) but presents them in a way that doesn’t require a thousand page instruction manual just to read. Real men don’t use instruction manuals.

Richard Mille Tourbillon – $525,000
Look at it. It looks like a Rube Goldberg machine had sex with the Gugenheim and the offspring was skeletonized. Quite a few of these watches have modern elements, but none of them have the modern design that this watch does. Made of aluminum, titanium, and awesome it would be the perfect compliment for the new clear hood you just put on the Ferrari.

Ulysse Nardin Triplejack Minute Repeater – $340,000
It may be crazy, but this watch seems like holds some deep, dark, historical secret that only Nicolas Cage can uncover. But that may just be the three Jacks “hammering the bells to separate the quarters from the minutes.” Sure, it’s more expensive than a Ferrari, but something about this watch just seems a lot less complicated. Since when did you just want to tell time with your watch?

Chocolate & Cocoa: 'Healthy' Benefits, or Negative Health Effects?

Is Chocolate a food of the gods because of its divine taste and Health Benefits,
or is it because heavenly bodies don't have to worry about its Health Hazards?

Stories on the Health Benefits of consuming Cocoa Products have increasingly made the news, following the
discovery that they are a rich source of catechins, which are polyphenols of the flavanol group, and which are
believed to protect against heart disease, cancer, and various other medical conditions.
Chocolate manufacturers, retailers, and the media have been taking advantage of these findings by not only
trying to make chocolate lovers feel less guilty about their addiction, but also by trying to target more health-
conscious consumers with regular doses of "research studies" praising the supposed benefits of consuming
chocolate, among them that:

• eating chocolate does not trigger migraine headaches,
• eating chocolate reduces the risk of heart disease and cancer.
• eating chocolate does not give someone acne or other skin eruptions,
• eating chocolate boosts one's appetite, but does not cause weight gain,
• eating moderate amounts of chocolate makes one live almost a year longer,
• eating chocolate releases endorphins in the brain, which act as pain-relievers,
• the sugar in chocolate may reduce stress, and have calming and pain relieving effect,

How reliable are all these "Studies?"

When taking a closer look, one discovers that once the studies funded by chocolate interest groups were
discarded, the ones left offered conflicting results. As expected, some isolated compounds in cocoa did
however show certain health benefits. Because it is a common practice in nutritional research to do studies
on food fractions, outcomes may sometimes appear negative because they are done without any co-factors
or complexed nutrients, however in the case of cocoa, some of the research was positive because those
"co-factors" (all the other detrimental ingredients in chocolate) were not part of the study.

If people were to consume pure cocoa, they might indeed be able to enjoy a few health benefits, including
a positive effect on blood pressure and glucose metabolism, however the majority of people eat processed
chocolate with all the other less desirable ingredients (i.e. added sugar, corn syrup, milk fats / dairy cream,
hydrogenated oils, etc.), and where the actual cocoa content may be less than 20%, so all the bets regarding
chocolate being a healthy food are off.

With claims made of sugar having a "pain-relieving" effect (babies fed a sucrose solution felt less pain from
needles), it is doubtful that we will see chocolate bars replacing conventional analgesics any time soon, nor
are these same "researchers" making these sugar-promoting claims likely going to reach for a chocolate bar
next time they suffer from a throbbing toothache, a pounding headache, or a kidney stone attack.
While cocoa and sugar do not "cause" acne, the sugar present in chocolate will most certainly make acne,
or any other acne-like skin eruptions worse, as anyone suffering from these skin conditions can attest to.

Placebo-controlled trials showed that some of the chemicals in chocolate (phenylethylamine, theobromine,
or caffeine), can indeed trigger migraines by altering cerebral blood flow and releasing norepinephrine in
some of those prone to suffer from migraine headaches. Of all of the foods isolated that triggered the most
attacks, chocolate was an offender about 30% of the time. Claiming that "eating moderate amounts of
chocolate increases one's life span" is a most interesting example of how some "researchers" will twist and
manipulate statistics to prove anything!

"Chocolate-Is-Good-For-You" campaigns through the media or the prominent placement of leaflets at
confectionery counters keep feeding the consumer "made-to-order" research results whose outcome is pre-
determined to satisfy an agenda (i.e. selling chocolate), with little relevance to science or facts. Considering
that nicotine has also shown some health benefits, particularly with ulcerative colitis and Parkinson's disease,
would this be a reason to urge people to start smoking tobacco?

From a nutritional perspective - chocolate is no less a junk food than ice cream or donuts, and it is equally
unhealthy and fattening when larger amounts are consumed on a regular basis. While no one is trying to dis-
courage people from enjoying an occasional chocolate treat - urging consumers to increase their chocolate
intake for "Health Reasons" leaves nutritional research less than credible, particularly when diabetes and
obesity have become an out-of-control global problem.

Premium grade dark chocolate contains only cocoa butter, a fat that naturally occurs in cocoa beans and
is made up of stearic acid (34%), oleic acid (34%), palmitic acid (25%), and the rest of other fatty acids,
whereby the combined effect of all the fats found in cocoa butter is quite neutral in regard to an individual's
lipid profile. However, when milk chocolate, or lower grade chocolate is consumed, part of the total fat
content of chocolate comes from milk fat or various other types of fat, which do create a risk factor with
cardiovasvular disease.

Despite the good news on cocoa not raising LDL cholesterol, even dark chocolate is a very calorie-dense
food, so while the fat content may not invite cardiovascular disease from an atherogenic (arterial clogging)
perspective, its regular consumption will add a lot of extra calories to someone's daily total, and as a result
still affect those who have to watch their caloric intake. Nevertheless, being listed as the No.1 ingredient in
many chocolate products, sugar is unquestionably a worse culprit compared to the fat content when
addressing the effects of chocolate on someone's overall health.

Sugar is a well-known cause, contributing, or aggravating factor with a host of medical conditions, including
heart disease, inflammatory conditions, immune system disorders, impaired phagocytosis, mood disorders,
insulin and blood sugar disorders, leukemia, dental caries, yeast infections, depletion of essential nutrients,
osteoporosis, obesity, and others. (see also Acu-Cell "Sugar & Glycemic Index").

Cocoa products also contain pharmacological substances such as n-acylethanolamines that are related to
cannabis (marijuana), they contain stimulants such as phenylethylamine, which have an anti-depressant and
amphetamine-like effect; and they contain compounds that stimulate the brain to release an opiate-like
substance called anandamide. When drugs are used to block the brain's opiate receptors, the desire for
chocolate (and other sweet and fatty foods) disappears -- confirming the addictive nature of these types of

But despite cocoa being such an opiate and endorphin-releasing pharmacological powerhouse, who would
have guessed that when chocoholics were given cocoa in capsules - without the added fat and sugar, and
without the feel of chocolate melting in their mouths - it had no satisfying effect at all!
However, while eating the actual chocolate bar satisfied the cravings for it, studies showed that there was no
improvement with mood, relaxation, feeling content, depression, or guilt, after eating chocolate.

What about the cancer and heart-protective attributes of catechins,
which chocolate products have become increasingly associated with?

Again - in isolation, polyphenols work well in a test-tube environment, but cocoa also happens to be very high
in Copper, which unfortunately inhibits the action of certain flavonoids, particularly hesperidin, which is an
essential flavanone (see also Acu-Cell Nutrition "Bioflavonoids"). This in turn can lead to a greater incidence
of vascular degeneration such as varicose veins, hemorrhoids, aneurysms, bruising, heart disease, & stroke.

While low copper levels can be implicated with weak and fragile blood vessels as well, high copper levels
are much more common in many parts of the world, with nearly 90% of patients tested exhibiting a chemical
profile that - in addition to their own unique chemistry - contained an underlying pattern that reflects the impact
of copper overload on various nutrients, which include chromium, molybdenum, nickel, hesperidin, Vitamin C,
sulfur, and others.

The additional consumption of high copper sources such as chocolate and cocoa products, cola drinks,
coffee, (as well as shellfish, liver, soy products, and some nuts and seeds), not only aggravates many high
copper-related medical conditions, but it is responsible for creating new ones. At the same time, copper is
an important co-factor for angiogenesis (new blood vessel formation) with cancer, so with the exception of
colon cancer, for which copper and calcium are somewhat protective for, most other types of malignant or
benign tumors, hemangiomas, fibroids, etc., are associated with high copper levels.

Dark, bitter chocolate has the highest catechin content, but at the same time has also the highest copper
level. Light or milk chocolate has the lowest copper level, but also the lowest catechin content.

* Risk factor for cancer, cardiovascular disease, mental health issues, joint degeneration, and other conditions.

The short-term decrease of some medical problems associated with high flavonoid intake is eventually offset
by steadily increasing copper levels, which, by inhibiting flavonoid activity, will over time promote an increase
in these very same conditions.

The high sugar content in chocolate increases Chromium requirements (chromium is an associated trace
mineral to copper). The resulting high copper / low chromium ratio creates an increased risk for trabecular
bone loss, and it can trigger or worsen blood sugar-related, and/or inflammatory conditions that may include
chronic tonsil infections, rheumatoid-types of arthritis, or other problems of the immune system in prone

By lowering Sulfur, high copper levels are a common cause or aggravating factor of osteoarthritis, for which
some people take glucosamine sulfate or MSM supplements. If successful, they partly work by counteracting
high copper levels and thus help to reverse or slow cartilage or joint degeneration. Other than the effect of
chocolate on an individual's mood, elevated copper levels - by inhibiting sulfur - can adversely affect memory
and concentration, so progressive copper storage as a result of long-term high copper intake, combined with
increasingly diminishing sulfur levels can lead to mental impairment or dementia. (see also Acu-Cell Nutrition
"Copper & Chromium" and "Selenium & Sulfur").

Chocolate contains theobromine and a small amount of caffeine, both being stimulants and members of the
methylxanthine family. Although it increases alertness, theobromine doesn't have the same jittery effect on
the heart like caffeine. However, theobromine can be toxic or even lethal to domestic animals such as dogs,
cats, parrots and horses as a result of affecting their kidneys, heart, and central nervous system.

Another concern - particularly for young children - are the high Lead concentrations in manufactured cocoa
and chocolate products, which, according to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA, 2000), are one of
the highest reported for all food items.

From a clinical perspective, and putting aside the commercial hype that has been created of late to boost the
image of chocolate - people with the highest intake of chocolate either end up with excessive copper levels,
or elevated VLDL triglycerides (from all that sugar). On average, most chocoholic patients test high in both,
and they sooner or later start to exhibit any number of health problems that are associated with those aspects.

As is the case with other junk food - anything beyond a casual consumption of chocolate will result in reduced,
not improved health, without even going into some more immediate health concerns that some individuals
experience from consuming chocolate, such as allergic reactions, kidney stones, fibrocystic breast disease,
heartburn, or esophageal reflux, migraine headaches, or aggravated PMS. Nevertheless - in moderation,
chocolate can certainly be the sinful delight it was meant to be!

Saturday, February 20, 2010



A man once went to see a doctor complaining of aches and pains all over his body.

"Doctor my whole body hurts me," he moaned. The doctor asked him to show exactly where the pain was.

The man explained, "When I touch my shoulder, it hurts. When I touch my back it hurts. When I touch my legs, they hurt."

The doctor did a thorough examination and told the man-

"Sir, there is nothing wrong with your body. Your finger is broken. That is why it hurts wherever you touch. Get your finger plastered, rest it for a couple of weeks and all of your pains will disappear."!!

Friday, February 19, 2010


Kita memerlukan sesuatu yang boleh menjadi daya pendorong atau motivasi untuk melakukan sesuatu pekerjaan.
Kalau pelajar yang ingin berjaya tentu memerlukan motivasi diri untuk mencapai kejayaan.
Bagi seorang pekerja pula, tentu memerlukan motivasi untuk melakukan pekerjaan dengan baik...tambahan pula perlu melakukan kerja yang sama setiap hari. Tentu bosan akan muncul jua di dalam hati.
Di bawah ni ada beberapa tips yang boleh kita praktikkan untuk motivasi diri..

1. Rancangkan dahulu apa yang perlu dibuat dan tetapkan matlamat.

2. Senyumlah selalu..senyuman boleh menenangkan jiwa dan juga sebagai sedekah.

3.Dapatkan rehat dan tidur yang berkualiti.

4. Jangan membahayakan diri sendiri atau menzalimi diri.

5. Binalah persahabatan yang erat dan saling menyayangi.

6. Sesekali hiburkanlah hati sendiri dengan melakukan apa yang diminati.

7. Tonjolkan penampilan diri yang menarik dan kemas. Sesekali bergaya, apa salahnya.

8. Kawal berat badan anda dan jangan terlebih makan..takut jadi obes pula.

9. Amalkan gaya hidup sihat. Jangan menghisap rokok..bahaya untuk kesihatan.

10. Lakukan pemeriksaan kesihatan menyeluruh bagi mengetahui tahap kesihatan diri.

11. Tenangkan fikiran dan relaks sekejap.

12. Mandi setiap hari... jangan malas mandi tau !

13. Jadilah diri sendiri (bukan orang lain) dan berbanggalah dengan kemampuan diri.

14. Jangan menunjuk-nunjuk atau alim-alim kucing.

15. Lakukan kerja seikhlas hati.

16. Yang paling penting, sentiasalah berdoa kepada Allah.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

If chased by...





Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Unfortunate Captchas

Ok now these times everytime you want to login you also need to enter captcha but sometimes those captchas can make your day.

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