Saturday, December 20, 2008

What we do at a brewery... hurrrmmmm... :-)

A few nights ago, my department organized a trip to Guinness Anchor Brewery. We were invited by the management there and it was a 'all you can drink' session. The place was fantastic. They had all sorts of booze and I tried them all. There was this one brand that I really liked, called Kilkenny, from Ireland. It was the best beer I've tasted. It's not sold on shelves here in Malaysia but a few pubs have it. It’s so smooth and to taste a fresh pint straight from the brewery, that felt amazing.

It’s true that fresh beer taste better, apparently the taste depreciates as it ages, so today’s beer will taste a bit different than the same beer 1 week later. We also went on a tour of the factory. All I could see was lots and lots of beer. It was heaven. I just kept drinking and drinking... and drinking (until I lost count of the glasses). I hope I go back there again someday…

Oh yeah, meet The Tower! It's this long glass which can easily carry 2 or 2.5 cans of beer. We challanged each other to down the whole glass in less than  3 minutes. Guess what? Only 4 people out of 20 managed to finish it till the bottom. Others gave up half way. I'm proud that I was one of the Elite 4. I conquered the Tower! But unfortunatly I wasn't drunk. I was sober enough to remember everything the next morning, and reach the office 9AM sharp for work. Next time think twice before you challange me to a drink :P

Saturday, December 06, 2008


My graduation day finally came. I actually forced myself to go although I didn't see the point in it. But at the end of the day, I was greatful that I could meet my batchmates one last time. I never really thanked my mates and teachers for all they did to make my Uni life the best times I've had so far.

Of course I have to thank my parents for all the education they have given me, yes and everything else that I have :)

Next, the lecturers:

Mr. Alain Chong, my futsal kaki...
Thanks for all the guidance as a Head of Programme and warm friendship that you offered as a friend. You were the first lecturer that I made friends wit
h in INTI and till now we're still close buds. See you at futsal :-)

Mr. Kannan, my network Guru...
Thanks for all the 'cabling' and 'torturing' that you gave me during my final year. Lol! Actually, if I didn't get that I wouldn't be where I am today. So I owe my current job to you. I had so much fun hanging out with you and Miss Prem as well. 

Miss Prem, my makan buddy...
Thanks for being my crying shoulder through my ups and downs in my personal life and studies. Can't thank you enough for always being there. Although I was never really your academic student, I was your life student.

Miss Jasmine, my Dean...
Thanks for all the recommendations and encouragement. You always remembered me even when someone in your position wouldn't have.

Miss Desiree, my lunch kaki...
Thanks for all the fun times we had when we hung out for lunch with the gang. Never met such an enthusiastic lecturer like you. Keep doing what you do! You're good at it!

Other lecturers that I want to thank are Miss Wong (my bak kut teh kaki. we're in SJ so we can meet up often. thanks for that A for your subject), Mr.Alex (bitch! LOL! Yeah we had fun calling each other names. The most creative lecturer in INTI. You thought me my first subject in INTI) and Mr.Sethil (thanks for all the career advice. But you didn't give me an A... LOL!).

Then come the friends that I will never forget:

The apartment crew: Me, Sin and Yew Fei...
All the great times we had living together in one house. The times we spent bullying Sin in Counter Strike, the times I used to walk around in my boxers and you guys won't say a word, the times we used to go for 'Michael Jackson' (Soya Cincau) at 11PM at night, the times we would get up at 7AM just to eat a gigantic bowl of Yee Mee, the times we would sit in my room to watch movies till late night (like we had no life), the times we used to flood Sin's room with the water from the washing machine (remember to put the hose in the drain!), the times we spent wondering why Sin had male company (Taron) in his room with the door closed till late night... those were great times... i miss them... but wtf I see you guys in Cyberjaya now almost everyday...

Amina, always bubbly...
I think class would have been very bored with you entertaining us. I'll never forget all the screaming and running around that you did when Kannan chased you around the lab with a cable in his hand. Good luck in whatever you do! :-)

Muahd, my bro from Kenya...
We studied together and got our first class degree together. You're one of the smartest people I know and I wish you all the best for your bright future, bro! You'll be around Singapore so we'll keep in touch.

Larry, my football match kaki...
Thanks for joining me for midnight football games even when they were so close to exams. Had a blast with you in class as well. Keep in touch bro! 

Other friends that I want to thank are Yoges Akka (always very blur in class but still a very very good friend. Owe you a lot), Jason (the ultimate entertainment. INTI would have been boring without your unique character. Good luck collecting MNC companies) and the entire Class of 2008!

~Graduation is not only your day of glory, but your day to glorify others~

Monday, November 17, 2008

Kuntum-Maybank Melacca Camp for kids... had a blast facilitating it

15th November 208; Mini ASEAN Village, Malacca - It was one of those times where you feel good because you helped to make someone else happy. Seeing the smiles on the kids faces, just makes you think that you made a difference in the world somehow, no matter how small it was. I went there with the weight of the world on my shoulders because of my stress at work and social life but when the camp ended, i felt like the burden was lifted... thanks to the kids. They really made me realise what innocent fun was... a feel i lost a long long time ago. The thing I learned: "Sometimes you've just got to drop everything you're doing and have some fun".


The Facilitators Gang

My Troop

Yes, 150 kids... how on earth did we manage?

Monday, October 06, 2008

Finally got into a magazine!

It's OUT!!!!

Ahhhh... this is something I've wanted to do for a long time. When I was invited to write in (Doctor Job's Courses Now Sep 2008 issue, Pg.11), I was ecstatic about it and I had like 1 week to figure out what to write. I spent a few days on it and sent it in. Waited almost 1 and a half months for the article to finally come out! It was worth the wait :)

Click on the pic below to read a bigger version of this pic. I guess the words are too small here :(

A word of thanks to Doctor Job!

P.s. Page 11... how did they know that my favorite number is 11? :P

Tuesday, September 09, 2008

Its time to hear our side of the story...

I came across this forwarded message and I felt that I could really relate to it. It speaks the truth about what a guy goes through when he's in love. Kudos to the dude that wrote this! :-)

1) Guys may be flirting around all day, but before they go to sleep, they always think about the girl they truly care about....

2) Guys are more emotional then you think, if they loved you at one point, it'll take them a lot longer then you think to let you go, and it hurts every second that they try.

3) Guys go crazy over a girl's smile(:

4) A guy who likes you wants to be the only guy you talk to.

5) Giving a guy a hanging message like "You know what?..uh...nevermind.." would make him jump to a conclusion that is far from what you are thinking. And he'll assume he did something wrong and he'll obsess about it trying to figure it out.

6) If a guy tells you about his problems, he just needs someone to listen to him. You don't need to give advice.

7) A usual act that proves that the guy likes you is when he teases you.


9) Guys use words like hot or cute to describe girls. They rarely use beautiful or gorgeous. If a guy uses that, he loves you or likes you a whole heck of a lot.

10)If the guy does something stupid in front of the girl, he will think about it for the next couple days or until the next time he spends time with the girl.

11)If a guy looks unusually calm and laid back, he's probably faking it and he is really thinking about something

12) When a guy says he is going crazy about the girl, he really is
Guys rarely say that

13)When a guy asks you to leave him alone, he's just actually saying, "Please come and listen to me

14)If a guy starts to talk seriously, listen to him. It doesn't happen that often, so when it does, you know something's up.

15) When a guy looks at you for longer than a second, he's definitely thinking

16) Guys really think that girls are strange and have unpredictable decisions and are MAD confusing but somehow are drawn even more to them

17)A guy would give the world to be able to read a girl's mind for a day.

18)No guy can handle all his problems on his own. He's just too stubborn to admit it.

19)NOT ALL GUYS ARE RUDE!!! Just because ONE is RUDE doesnt mean he represents ALL of them.


21)Even if you dump a guy months ago and he loved you he probably still does and if he had one wish it would be you to come back into his life

Saturday, September 06, 2008

My first car

After 3 months of being too lazy to take some pics of my new car, I finally did it. I was at a friend's place and he wanted me to take some shots of him and his office, when I was free I took pics of my car at the same time. It isn't much but I'm proud that I bought my own car. Anyway, here they are:

Monday, September 01, 2008

Trip to Sepang Gold Coast

On the 30th of August 2008, I gathered members of my extended family and headed down to Sepang Gold Coast in Bagan Lalang. I haven't been there before so the only directions I got from my friend was left, right, right, right, left. There were no real landmarks, so thats all I had. Fortunately, there were some new signboards, so I manged to follow them all the way. It was a bloody 2 hour journey. Anyway, when we reached there we expected a really outskirt kind of beach but instead the beach was developed and very beautiful. There were also a lot of hotels and beach side stalls. The only thing missing was the boat rides. Other than that, the beach was amazingly clean and the water was not as salty as Port Dickson. The sand a very fine and it was so flat and soft that we loved playing beach football on it. The was a villa estate under construction on the beach and I heard that they were going for rm600k to rm1 mill each. The ones that I saw were right on the water, built on stilts. It looked amazing. I'll definitely go back there when I feel like heading to the beach in the near future.

Photos, photos, photos....

Welcome to Sepang Gold Coast!

The beach...

It was one of those days that I felt like a poser...

I dunno what to say...

The whole gang...

Saturday, August 30, 2008

Working life...

I'm in the 4th month of my full-time working life now and things have changed. I guess I feel a bit more responsible for whatever I do, in regards to work. Working life isn't as easy as I thought it would be. I struggled a lot to allocate time for my social life, but I feel that its going down the drain. On the slightly more positive side, working life gave me my freedom, financially and socially. I'm accountable for myself now, so I don't need anyone's approval to do what I want. Working life also pressures me to learn more about my job and improve on my knowledge of my area of work.

I love working with software applications and systems. The environment is so dynamic that a new challenge presents itself everyday and I feel like I want to find out and solve it immediately. My teammate are amazing, they give me the support and morale boost that I need to get by everyday. My gang of friends at work, I couldn't have asked for a better group. They are the best. So, I'm glad I made the right choice of job. We'll see where the future takes me. :-)

The Macha Gang!

Monday, August 25, 2008

Wish List: HTC Touch Diamond

Been eyeing this PDA phone for quite awhile now. Thought I would rather buy iPhone 3G, but now that I think of it, until iPhone has a local carrier here in Malaysia I wouldn't want to take the risk.Why would I want to buy this phone?

  • The Diamond has a attractive display and comes with a dedicated 64MB chipset.
  • The Diamond has a better design, more compact body and lighter weight, as compared to most other PDA phones.
  • Diamond's TouchFLO 3D technology, better graphics on the interface.
  • Similarly Diamond's Touch-sensitive scroll wheel is very useful.
  • Diamond comes with a Standard miniUSB slot which offers flexibility.
  • The Diamond has good video playback performance.

In Malaysia, the price should be around RM2200.

Anyone wanna sponsor one for me? :)

What is a choice?

Well, I was watching the Matrix Trilogy again after a very long time (one of my top 10 favourite movies of all time) and a question from the movie stuck to my mind. What is a choice? A choice is a judgment between different paths Everyone wants choices but hate to decide on which ones to take. After watching the movie, I realize that there are 2 types of people, one that decides to take the choice that other people expect them to take and one that takes a leap of faith to gamble on a choice that other people might frown upon. I guess the message that I got from the movie was to 'dare to be different'. Why should I follow the path that society had bestowed upon me? Why should I be normal? I want to do things unexpectedly, just for myself and not for the amusement of others. Its time to live for myself and those who are important to me and stop caring for the ones who are not.

We can truly be ourselves only when we dare to be different

Tuesday, August 05, 2008

Unit 731... and you thought the Nazi was the worst...

Unit 731 (731 部隊, Nana-san-ichi butai?) was a covert biological and chemical warfare research and development unit of the Imperial Japanese Army that undertook lethal human experimentation during the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937–1945) and World War II. It was responsible for some of the most notorious war crimes carried out by Japanese personnel. Officially known by the Imperial Japanese Army as the Kempeitai Political Department and Epidemic Prevention Research Laboratory, it was initially set up under the Kempeitai military police of the Empire of Japan to develop weapons of mass destruction for potential use against Chinese, and possibly Soviet forces.

Unit 731 was based in the Pingfang district of the city of Harbin in the puppet state of Manchukuo.
Shiro Ishii, commander of Unit 731More than ten thousand people, from which around 600 every year were provided by the kempeitai, were subjects of the experimentation conducted by Unit 731. These were both civilian and military of Chinese, Korean, Mongolian, and Russian origin. Some American and European Allied prisoners of war also died at the hands of Unit 731. In addition, the use of biological weapons researched in Unit 731's bioweapons and chemical weapons programs resulted in tens of thousands of military and civilian deaths in China – possibly as many as 200,000 casualties by some estimates.
Unit 731 was the headquarters of many subsidiary units used by the Japanese to research biological warfare; other units included Unit 516 (Qiqihar), Unit 543 (Hailar), Unit 773 (Songo unit), Unit 100 (Changchun), Unit Ei 1644 (Nanjing), Unit 1855 (Beijing), Unit 8604 (Guangzhou), Unit 200 (Manchuria) and Unit 9420 (Singapore).
Many of the scientists involved in Unit 731 went on to prominent careers in post-war politics, academia, business, and medicine. Some were arrested by Soviet forces and tried at the Khabarovsk War Crime Trials; others, who surrendered to the Americans, were granted amnesty in exchange for access to the data collected by them.
Because of their brutality, Unit 731's actions have now been declared by the United Nations to have been crimes against humanity.

A special project code-named Maruta used human beings for experiments. Test subjects were gathered from the surrounding population and were sometimes referred to euphemistically as "logs" (丸太, maruta?). This term originated as a joke on the part of the staff due to the fact that the official cover story for the facility given to the local authorities was that it was a lumber mill. The test subjects were selected to give a wide cross section of the population, and included common criminals, captured bandits and anti-Japanese partisans, political prisoners, and also people rounded up by the secret police for alleged "suspicious activities" and included infants, the elderly, and pregnant women.


Prisoners of war were subjected to vivisection without anesthesia. Vivisections were performed on prisoners after infecting them with various diseases. Scientists performed invasive surgery on prisoners, removing organs to study the effects of disease on the human body. These were conducted while the patients were alive because it was feared that the decomposition process would affect the results. The infected and vivisected prisoners included men, women, children, and infants.Vivisections were also performed on pregnant women, sometimes impregnated by doctors, and the fetus removed. Prisoners had limbs amputated in order to study blood loss. Those limbs that were removed were sometimes re-attached to the opposite sides of the body. Some prisoners' limbs were frozen and amputated, while others had limbs frozen then thawed to study the effects of the resultant untreated gangrene and rotting. Some prisoners had their stomachs surgically removed and the esophagus reattached to the intestines. Parts of the brain, lungs, liver, etc. were removed from some prisoners. In 2007, Doctor Ken Yuasa testified to the Japan Times that "I was afraid during my first vivisection, but the second time around, it was much easier. By the third time, I was willing to do it." He believes at least 1,000 persons, including surgeons, were involved in vivisections over mainland China.

Weapons testing

  • Human targets were used to test grenades positioned at various distances and in different positions.

  • Flame throwers were tested on humans.

  • Humans were tied to stakes and used as targets to test germ-releasing bombs, chemical weapons and explosive bombs.

    Germ warfare attacks

    Prisoners were injected with inoculations of disease, disguised as vaccinations, to study their effects. To study the effects of untreated venereal diseases, male and female prisoners were deliberately infected with syphilis and gonorrhea, then studied. Prisoners were infested with fleas in order to acquire large quantities of disease-carrying fleas for the purposes of studying the viability of germ warfare. Plague fleas, infected clothing, and infected supplies encased in bombs were dropped on various targets. The resulting cholera, anthrax, and plague were estimated to have killed around 200,000 Chinese civilians.Tularemia was tested on Chinese civilians. Unit 731 and its affiliated units (Unit 1644, Unit 100, et cetera) were actively involved not only in research and development, but also in experimental deployment of epidemic-creating biowarfare weapons in assaults against the Chinese populace (both civilian and military) throughout World War II. Plague-infested fleas, bred in the laboratories of Unit 731 and Unit 1644, were spread by low-flying airplanes upon Chinese cities, coastal Ningbo in 1940, and Changde, Hunan Province, in 1941. This military aerial spraying killed thousands of people with bubonic plague epidemics.

    Other experiments

    • Prisoners were subjected to other experiments such as:
      being hung upside down to see how long it would take for them to choke to death.

    • having air injected into their arteries to determine the time until the onset of embolism.

    • having horse urine injected into their kidneys.

    • being deprived of food and water to determine the length of time until death.

    • being placed into high-pressure chambers until death. being exposed to extreme temperatures and developed frostbite to determine how long humans could survive with such an affliction, and to determine the effects of rotting and gangrene on human flesh.

    • having experiments performed upon prisoners to determine the relationship between temperature, burns, and human survival.

    • being placed into centrifuges and spun until dead.

    • having animal blood injected and the effects studied.

    • being exposed to lethal doses of x-ray radiation.

    • having various chemical weapons tested on prisoners inside gas chambers.

    • being injected with sea water to determine if it could be a substitute for saline.

    Monday, August 04, 2008

    The History of the Middle Finger

    Before the Battle of Agincourt in 1415, the French, anticipating victory over the English, proposed to cut off the middle finger of all captured English soldiers. Without the middle finger it would be impossible to draw the renowned English longbow and therefore they would be incapable of fighting in the future. This famous English longbow was made of the native English Yew tree, and the act of drawing the longbow was known as “plucking the yew” (or “pluck yew”).

    Much to the bewilderment of the French, the English won a major upset and began mocking the French by waving their middle fingers at the defeated French, saying, See, we can still pluck yew! Since ‘pluck yew’ is rather difficult to say, the difficult consonant cluster at the beginning has gradually changed to a labiodentals fricative F’, and thus the words often used in conjunction with the one-finger-salute! It is also because of the pheasant feathers on the arrows used with the longbow that the symbolic gesture is known as “giving the bird.”


    And yew thought yew knew every plucking thing...

    Saturday, June 21, 2008

    Ronaldo... following Becks' footsteps of disgrace

    Was it greed or just plain stupidity? Christiano Ronaldo kept suggesting about his switch Madrid since the end of the previous BPL season. 2 days ago he confirmed it. A 300,000 pounds per week salary at a fallen Spanish club? I really can't understand why he calls it a dream. United are the BPL champs and the European champs, isn't that a bigger dream? Who was Ronaldo before United bought him? Well, for one, it better that he leaves because United is a team of champions and champions do not betray their own club. Beckham did the same when he was at his peak and look where he is now... look at what he achieved in Madrid... nothing.

    Which one's the bigger betrayer?

    Ronaldo said that Scolari advise him to move to Madrid, kind of obvious that Scolari was saying that to get rid of Ronaldo from the BPL just because he's Chelsea's new manager and he thinks that United will be weak without Ronaldo. News flash for Scolari: United is not an individual, United is a team. So, I don't think we'll miss Ronaldo.

    Robinho: Ronaldo's replacement? Or someone better?

    Rumors have been circulating that Real might offload Robinho to United as part of Ronaldo's 100,000,000 pound transfer from United. Robinho has stated recently that he wouldn't mind a move to United. I think if thats the swap, Robinho would be great for us. The coming week will be crucial for us. Just wait and see... Glory glory Man United!

    Update (30/06/08):

    Even Hitler hates Ronaldo now...

    Wednesday, June 18, 2008

    Me @ The Med

    If you could find heaven in Malaysia... It would be at Cherating's Club Med. I spent my previous weekend there for 3 days and I really didn't want to come back here. Beach, babes and booze, what else would you want? It was actually a company trip, so it was FREE. We enjoyed the activities around the grounds during the day and partied like animals at night with a free flow of booze. Met this really hot chick there and drank till I couldn't drink anymore. The food was also fantastic as we had about 100 different dishes for every buffet meal. Given a choice, I would really like to go back there someday.

    Me sippin' Club Med's Monkey Juice at the beach bar

    The Macha gang

    Don't we look wasted?

    Me and the 'intern gang'

    Me and Prasad chillin' under the trees at the beach... it was so freaking relaxing...

    Hurmmm... me and my Bombay Blue... I think this was drink no.9 of the night...

    Compare this with PD... which one would you rather visit?

    Saturday, May 24, 2008

    Time to get my priorities straight

    Now that I've started working, I've been thinking about what I want in life. Most people would say a car, a house, and some even say "I want a dog". But what I'm thinking about runs deeper. I want to be 'someone'. I don't want to kick the bucket regretting things that I haven't done. I want to be a person that dies peacefully with the thought that 'I've been there and done that'. And of course I want someone to share it with, I'm still looking for that angel that heaven sent for me. Then I'll be able to say that "I have everything", because she would be my everything. Well, it time for me to work on it...

    Update (26 May 08) :
    All my ambitions just got shot down after I talked to my dad. Looks like at this young age I've got to tie myself down to a lot of commitments... haih... life is so sucky now...

    Thursday, May 08, 2008

    Who says Britian ain't got no talent... makes Malaysia Idol and AF look like shite...

    Suleman Mirza (Surprised the shite out of Simon Cowell)

    Paul Potts (An opera singer? Does he look like one? You'd be surprised)

    Connie Talbot (She's only 6 years old and sings better than Fantasia Barrino)

    Watch that and tell me these people ain't talented. They're damn bloody good. They're on a show called Britian's Got Talent. Judged by Simon Cowell and 2 other Brits. Puts American Idol to shame although its a talent show not a singing competition like American Idol. Why can't the shite singers from Akedemi Fantasia and Malaysian Idol sing like that? Well, if you say that its because we Asians aren't as talented as them, have a look at this:

    Jane Zhang

    Chris Brown's With You... I really like this song...

    I need you boo
    I gotta see you boo
    And there's hearts all over the world tonight
    Said there's hearts all over the world tonight
    I need you boo
    I gotta see you boo
    And there's hearts all over the world tonight
    Said there's hearts all over the world tonight

    Hey lil mama, ooh you're a stunner
    Hot little figure, yes you a winner, and
    I'm so glad to be yours
    You're a class of your own and
    Ooh little cutie, when you talk to me
    I swear the whole world stops
    You're my sweetheart and
    I'm so glad that you're mine
    You are one of a kind, and
    You mean to me what I mean to you
    And together baby there is nothing we won't do

    'Cause if I got you
    I don't need money
    I don't need cars
    Girl you're my heart

    And oh, I'm into you and
    Girl no one else would do
    With every kiss and every hug
    You make me fall in love
    And now I know I can't be the only one
    I bet there's hearts all over the world tonight
    With the love of their life who feel
    What I feel when I'm with you, with you, with you, with you, with you... girl
    With you, with you, with you, with you, with you... Oh girl

    I don't want nobody else
    Without you there's noone left, and
    You're like Jordans on Saturday
    I gotta have you and I cannot wait now
    Hey lil shorty, say you care for me
    You know I care for you
    You know that I will be true
    You know that I won't lie
    You know that I will try
    Be your everything

    'Cause if I got you
    I don't need money
    I don't need cars
    Girl you're my heart

    Oh, I'm into you and
    Girl no one else would do
    With every kiss and every hug
    You make me fall in love
    And now I know I can't be the only one
    I bet there's hearts all over the world tonight
    With the love of their life who feel
    What I feel when I'm with you, with you, with you, with you, with you... ohhh
    With you, with you, with you, with you, with you... Yeah

    And I will never try
    To deny that you are my whole life
    'Cause if you ever let me go
    I would die so I won't run
    I don't need another woman
    I just need you or nothing
    'Cause if I got that
    Then I'll be straight
    Baby you're the best part of my day

    I need you boo
    I gotta see you boo
    And there's hearts all over the world tonight
    Said there's hearts all over the world tonight
    They need their boo
    They gotta see their boo
    Said there's hearts all over the world tonight
    Hearts all over the world tonight

    And oh, I'm into you and
    Girl no one else would do
    With every kiss and every hug
    You make me fall in love
    And now I know I can't be the only one
    I bet there's hearts all over the world tonight
    With the love of their life who feel
    What I feel when I'm with you, with you, with you, with you, with you... ohhh(girl)
    With you, with you, with you, with you, with you... ohhh
    With you, with you, with you, with you, with you...
    With you, with you, with you, with you, with you...
    Baby yeah

    I can listen to this song over and over again. The lyrics are really meaningful. It describes the feeling of being in love. I guess I miss that feeling, its been a year since I last felt that way. You know, Elizabeth Barret Browning once said "I love you not only for who you are but for who I am when I'm with you". I still believe in that ;-)

    I want Man United to win the EPL crown!

    Its down to the wire. Man United and Chelsea are level on points and both have one last game in hand. Man United vs. Wigan, Chelsea vs. Bolton. Steve Bruce (Wigan Manager) has said that he won't do United any favors, he will be going for the win. Bolton on the other hand, who are 5th from the bottom haven't really said anything about their clash with Chelsea and United's hopes and dream are in their hands. Looking at how United have preformed over the whole season, I think that they deserve the number 1 spot up the table. Chelsea used their money and influence to win games and this is not how real football is played.

    So, this Saturday I'm going to glue myself to the sofa in front of the TV to watch both matches. I'm keeping my fingers crossed for United to win. Glory! Glory! Man United! Ronaldo, Tevez & Rooney... the fate of us fans lay on ur shoulders.

    The Holy Trinity

    Sunday, May 04, 2008

    I Need A Car!!!

    I'm going to start working in Cyber Jaya soon, on the 12th of May, and I still don't have a car to drive up and down. My dad says "Use public transport!" and I was like ".............". Haih... anyway I'm going to get the down payment from somewhere and maybe get the new Saga BLM or Persona (Proton cars, if u don't know).

    The Saga BLM

    The Persona

    Mainly because they are cheap and they don't look like a chick's car. But obviously the Saga BLM (M-Line, manual, 1.3) is cheaper, about RM35k. The Persona is about RM45k (B-Line, manual, 1.6). If I had a choice, then I'd rather go for the Persona... but because of my limited budget, I don't think I want to burden myself at this point of time. Maybe later on I'll switch to some other car thats not a Proton.

    My dream car is still:

    Mazda RX 8

    I must get this car before I turn 30. I don't know, but there's something about this car that turns heads whenever its spotted. We'll see what the future holds.