Friday, November 30, 2007

'Wedding Of The Year' Couple Granted Divorce

KUANTAN: Their wedding made headlines last year when the bride was presented with lavish gifts, including a hantaran (gift) worth RM444,444.44 and a BMW worth RM250,000.

However, the RM3.5 million nuptials, dubbed the "wedding of the year" at the time, did not have a happy ending.Yesterday, the 51-year-old groom Datuk Roslan Hashim, officially divorced Datin Puteri Shahanaz Hazlin Hamdan, 25, with talak satu at the Syariah High Court here.
For their wedding in September last year, Puteri Shahanaz was presented, in addition to the hantaran and BMW, a RM150,000 jewellery set, a diamond ring worth RM20,000, designer items and a dowry of RM22,222.22.The hantaran was said to be the highest ever given to a bride.
Lavish, expensive, over-the-top wedding does not guarantee happy marriage. I have friends who are willing to take up loan up to RM20,000.00 just to have a lavish engagement (not wedding mind you) so just she 'won't lose face' and have a grand occasion.
I pity her. Such shallow individual for someone who graduate from Harvard Business School.
But before you say anything, this is just my opinion. If you have money to burn, by all means have the best wedding ever.
But if you can't afford to have a RM5k wedding gown, don't go and borrow money so you can have one. That is just plain stupid.

This Is Too Cute!

I received this in the e-mail yesterday. The title of the e-mail was "Kisah Buang Anak Lagi" (Story of Abandoned Children).
I have received many emails with regards to abandoned newborn babies found in dumpsters and all so I was pretty reluctant to open the e-mail.
But when I found this picture in the e-mail I instantly laughed. The cats look so cozy and comfy :)
And they are just so adorable. This e-mail made my day yesterday so I hope it'll make yours today.

Boy Caught Fire At Petrol Station

KUALA LUMPUR: A 3-year-old who suffered 70 per cent burns on his body when a pump nozzle at a petrol station caught fire may need plastic surgery.

The family of Muhammad Ikmal Imran Ahmad Nizam plans to file a suit against the petrol station for negligence.
Speaking at a press conference at the office of lawyer Karpal Singh yesterday, the boy's father, Ahmad Nizam Abd Rahman, said he did not expect a normal stop at the petrol station in Batang Kali on Oct 12 to turn awry.
Nizam said he and his family were going back to their hometown to celebrate Hari Raya when the incident happened."I was pumping petrol when the pump nozzle caught fire. Everything happened so fast. The next thing I knew Ikmal was on fire."

Nizam said he and his two other sons were also burnt by the flames but Ikmal was the most seriously injured.
He said he tried to put out the fire but there were no fire extinguishers. He found out later that the extinguishers were kept in the office. Nizam rushed his children to a clinic and then to the Kuala Kubu Hospital where he and his two other sons received outpatient treatment while Ikmal was transferred to the intensive care unit of Selayang Hospital.
Nizam said Ikmal was badly traumatised by the incident."He cries whenever he sees fire on TV or a lighter."Karpal said the family was taking action against the petrol station as it failed to provide safety measures.
How in the world did he caught fire??
Oh my this is dangerous. Pity the little boy.

Thursday, November 29, 2007

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Miss Puerto Rico (Pepper) Sprayed ;)

ORGANISERS of a beauty pageant in Puerto Rico are investigating a case of sabotage after a contestant's evening gowns and makeup were doused with pepper spray, causing her to break out in hives.

Ingrid Marie Rivera beat 29 pageant rivals to become the 2008 Miss Universe contestant – despite the hives. Ms Rivera was composed while onstage before the cameras and judges, but once backstage, she needed ice packs on her face and body.

“We thought at first it was an allergic reaction, or maybe nerves,” said pageant spokesman Harold Rosario. "But the second time, we knew it couldn't have been a coincidence." Later tests revealed the presence of pepper spray.


Sorry I'm not a big fan of beauty pageants. To me it's just another way of exploiting women.

Malaysia's First Gold Medal in 24th SEA Games

Malaysia won their first gold medal of the 24th SEA Games narrowly missed garnering another, both in the women’s shooting event.

The women’s 50m Rifle Prone Team delivered the gold medal but the second gold slipped out of Nur Suryani Mohd Taibi’s hands when she lost on countback in the individual category.

Nur Suryani had led two SEA Games debutantes, Nur Ain Ibrahim and Haslisa Hamed, to win the team gold with a total of 1,755 points, 10 more than the team from host Thailand and eventual bronze medallist Indonesia who had 1,743.

It was a heartbreak indeed for defending champion Nur Suryani who, having shot a total of 587 points, lost the individual gold medal on a countback to Myanmar’s Than Than Saw, who also scored 587 points. Based on Than Than’s score of 99 on the last shot in five series, the Myanmar shooter bagged the gold to dislodge Nur Suryani who had 96.

Malaysia lodged an official protest claiming discrepancies in Nur Suryani’s registered points in the last series but this was rejected by the jury.

HURRAH! One for the ladies!

Naughty Schoolgirls Will Be Caned Too

The National Seminar on Education Rules have decide that naughty schoolgirls should be caned too. Currently headmasters are only permitted to cane boys for indiscipline.

Hmmmm, I don't know about you but I believe girls should not be spared the cane. Schoolgirls these days are unlike schoolgirls before. Schoolgirls these days are becoming more bold and 'naughtier'.

I'm for the caning for naughty schoolgirls, however it should be done in private, and the caning will only be done by a female teacher.

Siti Salmah Jasni, Multiple Organ Recipient Dies


Siti Salmah Jasni, the country’s first double organ transplant recipient who underwent a heart and lung transplant on Nov 2, died at the National Heart Institute (IJN) here today.

Siti Salmah, 18, died at 5.40am in the Intensive Care Unit, an IJN spokesman said.
Her family has taken her body to Kulai, Johor, for burial, he told Bernama.
Siti Salmah, who suffered from pulmonary hypertension since she was five years old, received a donor heart and lungs after a family of a woman who was killed in an accident in Kedah agreed to donate the vital organs.
After the transplants performed by a team of IJN specialists, Siti Salmah was reported to have shown positive progress from day to day.

Doctors removed the respiratory tube yesterday but had to place her on the life-support system again in the evening as the transplanted organs could not function on their own.
Siti Salmah’s condition became critical and her blood pressure started to drop sharply before she breathed her last.

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Sutra Monorail First Made-In-Malaysia Monorail

Made-In-Malaysia Monorail, Sutra Monorail was developed by the Scomi Group.

Oh my, I'm not too sure if I should be afraid or proud...


It's probably the longest Tuesday.

Wait for me Gegerl mommy's coming home.

Place Where Posties Make Money

When I first started blogging, it never crossed my mind that you can make (serious) money just by blogging. “It’s too good to be true”, I said to myself. I mean, getting paid for doing something you love? That is just awesome!

I read about PayPerPost some time back but I never really gave it a serious thought until Diyana mentioned it to me about a couple of months back. We have been grumbling about our low pay and the long hours in the office. So, when Diyana told me that you can make money by blogging, I was really intrigued.

So I decided to read more about PayPerPost. I read about its policy, what blog network is and how PayPerPost gives you the freedom to write just about anything, as long as you are honest to your readers. If you do not own the product that you are supposed to review or you genuinely do not believe in the product, just pass on the opportunity. Write about something that you care about and believe in.

How PayPerPost works is by helping bloggers (like you and me) get paid by creating and publishing contents that are sponsored by advertisers. The bloggers, or what PayPerPost call the ‘Posties’, will create the buzz that the advertisers need get paid for it. The higher the traffic amounts of your blog, the higher the pay.

So now that my blog has been approved by PayPerPost, I cannot wait to start writing and earning. I have been eyeing on the new Nokia95 for a while now ;)

Tag, Tagging, Tagged

1. Name one person who made you laugh last night. My cat Gegerl. She was running around the house hyper-speed before she ran into the sliding door. Heh!

2. What were you doing at 0800? Already at work *blurgh*

3. What were you doing 30 minutes ago? Pretending to do work when actually doing my round reading blogs *shhhhh*

4. What happened to you in 2006? Got a new job and got engaged

5. What was the last thing you said out loud? “Pokemon nyer Dragon Ball!" (there's no translation for this one hahah!)

6. How many beverages did you have today? Some soy drink and plain water

7. What color is your hairbrush? Black, brown, black brown, brownish black. Yeah I got 4!

8. What was the last thing you paid for? RM2.50 for my soy drink

9. Where were you last night? My house

10. What color is your front door? Dark wood (I guess)

11. Where do you keep your change? Everywhere in my car, my house, my handbag, my drawer, even some in the bathroom. Even found some in my cereal box(?)

12. What’s the weather like today? Cold & gloomy

13. What’s the best ice-cream flavor? Vanilla Vanilla Vanilla!

14. What excites you? Errrr….hot steamy rompy romp aside, driving on a highway at 180kph.

15. Do you want to cut your hair? Just did and it feels fantastic

16. Are you over the age of 25? A lady never reveals her age. Besides I decided to stop counting at 27

17. Do you talk a lot? Depends who annoys me

18. Do you watch the O.C.? O what?

19. Do you know anyone named Steven? Yup he has one big mole above his upper lip with one long strand of hair growing out of it (ewwwwwww)

20. Do you make up your own words? Depends on how excited I get

21. Are you a jealous person? A bit I guess.

22. Name a friend whose name starts with the letter ‘A’. Aliya (the hot mamah)

23. Name a friend whose name starts with the letter ‘K’. Kamarul

24. Who’s the first person on your received call list? My dad

25. What does the last text message you received say? “Work sux babe. Wish boss would just drop and die.”

26. Do you chew on your straw? Nope

27. Do you have curly hair? Errr which area?

28. Where’s the next place you’re going to? The cafe

29. Who’s the rudest person in your life? That stupid PA in M@*B by the name of Linda.

30. What was the last thing you ate? Egg sandwich with extra mayo yummy!

31. Will you get married in the future? Already am

32. What’s the best movie you’ve seen in the past 2 weeks? Oh my, I can’t remember the last time I watched a movie at all…

33. Is there anyone you like right now? I LOVE my husband. Does that count?

34. When was the last time you did the dishes? 2 days ago I think…

35. Are you currently depressed? Clinically?

36. Did you cry today? Nope

37. Why did you answer and post this? Believe it or not, this is the first time I answer a tag hahahah!

38. Tag 5 people who would do this survey. ONLY 5? I'm tagging more :)

Ban Ban
Kelly The Culinarian
Norma Jensen aka Miss Envy
Cat Cat
Argus World
Hooi ImmB
Rita Ho
Mommy to Chumsy
Angelita Atractivo
Jln Hj. Mat Tembikai
Freak & Geek
The Blue Ranger
Seeking Solace

Al-Fatihah : Actor Hussein Abu Hassan Dies

KUALA LUMPUR: Veteran actor Hussein Abu Hassan died yesterday morning from lung infection and kidney complications. The 70-year-old film and television actor died at 5.30am at Hospital Kuala Lumpur.

Hussein Abu Hassan photographed during Hari Raya at his home last month. According to his son, actor Faizal Hussein, 40, his father had been suffering from kidney ailments for the past six years and had been undergoing dialysis treatment.

"He was admitted to the hospital on Saturday after coughing blood. He also had a fever. The whole family was at his side early Sunday and he even smiled and played with my daughter."

However, the family received a call from the doctor early this morning (yesterday morning) saying that my father was in critical condition. "When we arrived at the hospital, the nurses were administering CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation)," Faizal said at Hussein's home in Gombak Setia.

Faizal said Hussein had encouraged his children to excel in their chosen field. Apart from Faizal, Hussein's two other children -- daughters Dilla, 44, and Fairuz, 42 -- are also involved in the entertainment world.

Dilla was formerly a rock singer before turning to scriptwriting, while Fairuz was widely credited as a singer who popularised Malay rhythm and blues songs.Born in Malacca in 1937, Hussein began his acting career as an extra in Seri Mersing (1961). He later starred in films such as Nasib Do Re Mi (1966), Lanang Sejagat (1969), and Bukit Kepong (1981), as well as countless television dramas and telemovies.

The prolific actor also directed four films -- Panglima Badol (1978), Senja Merah (1982), Gila-Gila Remaja (1986) and Kanta Serigala. Fellow actors and others in the entertainment industry including Umie Aida, Kuswadinata, Datuk Aziz Sattar, Julie Dahlan, Nash, Norlia Ghani, Latif Ibrahim, Rosnah Mat Aris and Opie Zamie were at Hussein's residence to pay their last respects.

Abu Bakar Omar, a 59-year-old veteran actor who had acted in television dramas with Hussein, said he learned a lot from the veteran leading man. Hussein was buried at the Taman Ibu Kota Muslim cemetery after Asar prayers.

He is survived by Mahyon, 66, his three children, and four grandchildren, aged between 2 and 23 years old.

Cutie Pie!

2-months old Sofiya.

Isn't she precious? :)

Turkey Stuffing Recipe

Need Turkey Stuffing Recipe ;)

136 Hindraf Supporters To Face Charges

KUALA LUMPUR: The 136 Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) supporters arrested during Sunday's demonstration will face charges which include illegal assembly, sedition, causing a nuisance and contempt of court.

Federal CID director Datuk Christopher Wan Soo Kee said yesterday investigations would be completed in a day or two.
He said at the federal police headquarters in Bukit Aman that the investigation papers would be sent to the attorney-general who would decide on the charges.
Wan said copies of a magistrate's court order prohibiting the public from attending the rally were distributed in the city and warnings were issued to the public not to join the assembly.
He said the suspects, aged between 19 and 60, had been remanded for two days.

Asked why Hindraf's P. Uthayakumar and M. Manoharan were not arrested at the scene, he said the two were nowhere to be seen during the rally. They only emerged about 1pm to address protesters, following which they dispersed, he added. Wan said police were investigating the Police Watch Malaysia website alleging police brutality during the rally.
The website claimed that a 20-year-old man named Jaya was killed in Lebuh Ampang."It posted a picture of a man standing and wearing a T-shirt. It did not show his head or face."
He said the caption stated the man was dead, without giving any information on the time and place where the alleged incident occurred.
"If the allegation is false and the intention is to tarnish the good name of the force, action will be taken against those responsible for the website."

Monday, November 26, 2007

City At A Standstill As Protesters Take To Streets

Police also grappled with protesters who put up a fight and tried to defy arrest.

Musa said police would have negotiated with the leaders of the rally to hand over the memorandum to the British High Commission and avert the clashes, "but there was no leader in sight".

Throughout the morning, journalists did not see any of the main organisers of the demonstration -- Hindraf's P. Uthayakumar, M. Manoharan, S. Ganapathi Rao and R. Kengadharan.

Uthayakumar and Manoharan only emerged towards the end about 1pm to address the protesters, following which they dispersed.

Uthayakumar told his supporters that although they did not present the memorandum to the British High Commission, the event was "a success".

The demonstration ended about 1.30pm. In the aftermath, the only evidence of a dramatic morning were the strewn water bottles, overturned dustbins, broken metal railings and broken flower pots.

But for the second time in two weeks, the capital was brought to a standstill and tens of thousands of its dwellers fearfully kept indoors while shops were shuttered.

Blimey! It's The Queen Elizabeth They Want Now!

KUALA LUMPUR: Next stop, Buckingham Palace!

Having failed to submit their memorandum to the British High Commission, Hindraf has now pledged to take it directly to Queen Elizabeth II. Hindraf legal adviser P. Uthayakumar said that they would get a second bite at the cherry when they go to London in mid-January.Uthayakumar, despite being one of the main men behind the rally, was not seen in the frontlines all morning.
From noon onwards, the protesters began getting restive and started calling repeatedly for the lawyer.

Shouts of "We want Uthaya!" could be heard echoing again and again and the mob refused to disperse even after being told repeatedly by police and other rally leaders to disperse.They said they would not go until Uthayakumar came.
Hindraf lawyer, A. Sivanesan tried to calm them down, to no avail.
When pressmen asked him where Uthayakumar was, he said Uthayakumar had gone home because he had something important to do.When questioned as to what could be more important than the rally, Sivanesan said Uthayakumar had a meeting to attend. He refused to say what the meeting was about.
Uthayakumar finally arrived, to cheers, at 1.15pm. In his speech to the protesters, he said that Hindraf would continue protesting, even under the threat of imprisonment under the Internal Security Act. "We speak the truth and will continue to speak the truth.
"We have been independent for over 50 years and we've been told to be patient and to be silent, but that mindset has now changed."We don't want to rely on Indian-based parties anymore.
"We want to go directly to Umno because it is they who hold power," said the lawyer who was in the midst of the illegal gathering yesterday.Uthayakumar hailed the demonstration as a victory, despite not being able to hand over the memorandum to the British High Commission.
"We have won today. Victory is ours," he said while the crowd cheered.He claimed Hindraf gathered 100,000 protesters yesterday. But independent estimates put the figure at less than 10,000.Earlier, Sivanesan demanded that the government set up a Royal Commission to investigate alleged police brutality during the rally.
Both Uthayakumar and Sivanesan were treated as heroes by the crowd, and they were repeatedly hoisted onto their supporters' shoulders and feted by the mob.
DAP Ipoh Barat MP M. Kulasegaran who turned up at the gathering at about 1pm urged the crowd to disperse saying "we have been heard today".
"Today we saw a change in the Indian community. A change for the better."Uthayakumar is expected to face a fresh charge of contempt at the Klang Sessions court today as he had ignored an earlier court order not to turn up at the gathering yesterday.
Police had obtained a court order on Thursday where Uthayakumar together with Hindraf leaders M. Manoharan, P. Waytha Moorthy, V. Ganabatirau, R. Kenghadaran and members, were barred from taking part in the illegal rally.
Uthayakumar, his brother Waytha Moorty and Ganabatirau were also charged on Friday for inciting racial hatred, an offence under the Sedition Act.
Uthayakumar and Ganabatirau had posted bail of RM800 each and were released. They were ordered to be in court today for mention of the case.

Please Leave A Message After The Beep

Cause I ain't picking up no phone call. (Bosses should be banned from calling their employees when they are on holiday)
I'm still enjoying Penang.
I don't feel like going back to the office.
Infact if I have loads of money, I'll quit right now.
But then again, whatever is going to happen to Diyana, Bani, Nana, Farah_Kawaii?
I can't do this to them. They will miss me so much I bet they can't even do their work today!
tch tch tch!
Oh well *sighs* in that case I'll get back to the office tomorrow.
By the way guys, if you miss me so much, you can smell my stinky shoes under my table. Be careful take your turn sharing is caring remember?
Oh what would be friends do without me?

Malaysia International Cat Show 2007

So, I didn't get to go to the Malaysia International Cat Show, but Zetty did (and she has been sms-ing me about it non stop. I hatchewwwwwwww!)

Anyhow, if you wanna see the pics you can go to

Drool people drool!

Friday, November 23, 2007



(it's about bl**dy time)

Landslide Causes Traffic Snarl On Expressway

KUALA KANGSAR: A landslide along the North-South Expressway near here caused a massive traffic snarl which stretched for more than five kilometres yesterday.

Both lanes of the trunk road were covered with earth and tree trunks while Tay's lorry landed on its side on the southbound lane of the expressway.

Due to this, both the trunk road and expressway had to be closed to traffic and a contra flow was activated on the remaining lane.Perak Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Mohd Tajol Rosli Ghazali visited the site.

Meanwhile, state Public Works Department director Datuk Wong Wai Ching said the landslide was caused by water which overflowed from two fish ponds situated at the top of the slope.

Initial findings revealed that the downpour over the past two days might have caused the bunds to break.

Oh no! I hope this wouldn't be a problem for us since we are heading to Penang tomorrow.

Gegerl The Ferocious Papaya Eating Kitten

Gegerl, the kitten that we took in about a month ago, is growing up fast :)

She bites just pretty much anything and everything and runs at the speed of lightning. Whenever I place her in the cage, she'll scream and cry and beg. But once I let her go, she'll run amok with her imaginary friends.

She also thinks that my pinky is a delicious chew thing so yeah I have boxes of band aids.

And most importantly, she's daddys little girl...

Rally By Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) To Petition Queen Elizabeth II Stirring Religious Sentiments'

PUTRAJAYA: Police will not be issuing a permit for the Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) rally this Sunday.

Deputy Internal Security Minister Datuk Mohd Johari Baharum said judging from text messages being circulated, Hindraf appeared to be playing up sensitive issues which included the demolition of Hindu temples.
"Some of the text messages are overboard and can incite feelings. They are blaming the government, the police and Umno. If a rally is held in such a situation, it can lead to instability," Johari said yesterday.
Hindraf is planning to hold a rally outside the British High Commission in support of a class-action suit against the British government for bringing Indians to Malaysia as indentured workers, for exploiting them for 150 years, and for failing to protect their rights as a minority in the federal constitution when Malaya's independence was granted.
The rally is to petition Queen Elizabeth II for a Queen's Counsel to represent the Indian community in the suit, which was filed on Aug 30 in the United Kingdom.

The sum sought is STG4 trillion (RM27.7 trillion) in compensation for the community from the British government.Second political secretary to the British High Commissioner Dawn Houghton said they will be ready to receive the petition on Sunday.
"We are aware of their plans. Any demonstration is between Hindraf and the local authorities. There should be someone receiving the petition," she added.
The application for a police permit was rejected by Cheras police chief Assistant Commissioner Ahmad Amir Mohd Hashim who explained that the application had been made by an individual, rather than by the organisation.Under Section 27 of the Police Act 1967, any application for a permit to assemble in a public place must made by an organisation or jointly by three individuals.
Police have expressed doubt as to the capability of the applicant to control the crowd, which could disrupt traffic as well as law and order.In response, Hindraf legal adviser P. Uthayakumar described the reason cited by the police as "flimsy", explaining that the organisation is a coalition of NGOs and not a registered body in its own right.
Uthayakumar also argued that the duty to control traffic and to ensure law and order lay with the police, not Hindraf."In fact, we have told the police that we will have 100 people helping to organise this peaceful assembly," he said.
Uthayakumar insisted the gathering would go on. It is expected to attract a large group of Indians. The MIC and police have warned the Indian community to stay away from the gathering, which is now deemed illegal.

Federer vs Sampras : Clash of Times, Stadium Melawati Shah Alam

We get to watch the most anticipated game between Roger Federer and Pete Sampras last night!

...over the telly that is.
The match took place in Stadium Melawati in Shah Alam.

It was a very entertaining game. Federer won 7-6, 7-6 but he had to work hard for it. Though the 10-year age gap was visible on the court. Sampras looked tired and old (to me).

Sampras was very cheeky with the audience and both players look like they had fun. Though Mr Frankie thought the game was boring, I like it :)

Federer was sooooooooooooooooooo comel! (cute)
They'll play against each other again in Macau tomorrow.

It's A Bird, It's A Plane, It's....Sunset At Putrajaya

On the way back from Putrajaya last night, we saw this...

We thought it was some kind of a light show or something then we realised that it was the sunset. It was so beautiful.

Mr Frankie stopped by the roadside and snapped these pictures. We have never seen anything like this before.

It didn't last very long, only about 10 minutes or so.

Say "Hi!" Mr. Frankie.

*wave wave*

Thursday, November 22, 2007


These pictures wrecked my heart and my soul...
Imagine yourself in the boy's shoes....
I can't even begin to imagine...
We have been reduced to this...
Is it worth it?
Is it?...

Hey There Delilah

Mr Frankie and I used to hate this song.

We then learn to never say that we hate something because we'll ended up loving it!

I have a friend name Delilah. Nur Delilah Wahab :) but we all call her DD.

Anyway, hope you like the song (yeah we know it's a bit old but we are slow old people heheheh)

"Hey There Delilah" - Plain White T's

Hey there Delilah
What's it like in New York City?
I'm a thousand miles away
But girl, tonight you look so pretty
Yes you do
Times Square can't shine as bright as you
I swear it's true

Hey there Delilah
Don't you worry about the distance
I'm right there if you get lonely
Give this song another listen
Close your eyes
Listen to my voice, it's my disguise
I'm by your side

Oh it's what you do to me
Oh it's what you do to me
Oh it's what you do to me
Oh it's what you do to me
What you do to me

Hey there Delilah
I know times are getting hard
But just believe me, girl
Someday I'll pay the bills with this guitar
We'll have it good
We'll have the life we knew we would
My word is good

Hey there Delilah
I've got so much left to say
If every simple song I wrote to you
Would take your breath away
I'd write it all
Even more in love with me you'd fall
We'd have it all

Oh it's what you do to me
Oh it's what you do to me
Oh it's what you do to me
Oh it's what you do to me

A thousand miles seems pretty far
But they've got planes and trains and cars
I'd walk to you if I had no other way
Our friends would all make fun of us
and we'll just laugh along because we know
That none of them have felt this way

Delilah I can promise you
That by the time we get through
The world will never ever be the same
And you're to blame

Hey there Delilah
You be good and don't you miss me
Two more years and you'll be done with school
And I'll be making history like I do
You'll know it's all because of you
We can do whatever we want to

Hey there Delilah here's to you
This ones for you
Oh it's what you do to me
Oh it's what you do to me
Oh it's what you do to me
Oh it's what you do to me
What you do to me.

Honda Stream 2007

Honda has released photos of the new 2007 Honda Stream in Japan. There are very obvious styling elements from the new 2006 Honda Civic in the 2007 Honda Stream, but the grille has been updated to look similiar to the latest Honda Odyssey. This kind of establishes Honda’s MPV family look.

The first generation Honda Stream which has already undergone a mid-life facelift in 2004 was based on the Honda Civic chassis so it’s safe to assume this new Honda Stream is also based on the new 2006 Honda Civic’s excellent chassis. This should make it a good drive. This new Honda Stream will be offered internationally in two specification levels.
The lower-end spec will feature the R18A 1.8 liter SOHC i-VTEC engine and a 5-speed automatic gearbox also found in our local Honda Civic 1.8S. The higher-end spec called the Stream RS-Z will feature the R20A 2.0 liter SOHC i-VTEC engine equipped with a CVT transmission instead of a K20A DOHC i-VTEC.

Since UMW Toyota recently launched the Toyota Wish CBU in Malaysia, we can expect Honda to update the Stream here on our local shores with this 2007 model too. For photos of the 2007 Honda Stream’s interior, click here. As for the rest of the exterior photos, you wil find them after the jump.

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Ooh I loike! :)

Ronnie & Odie

Was just reading Dexter's blog. Makes me miss my babies very much.

I don't know where you are, but Mommy miss you so much and I hope whoever took you in, loves you as much as I do.


So, Can You Guess?

What's the relationship between these two ladies?


Angkasawan Dr Faiz Khaleed Attacked by Robbers

I was listening to today the news reported that Dr Faiz Khaleed, the second angkasawan was attacked by robbers earlier this morning.

Really? What happened?

The meeting with the Minister today had to be cancelled because the Minister wants to visit Dr Faiz in the hospital.

The Minister stayed for 5 minutes and left.

What to do with all the food??

Oh shouldn't be a problem, there's me and Diyana and Bani and Nana :)

Anyway, here's the news...

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Angkasawan Mej Dr Faiz Khaleed sustained injuries in a robbery after two parang-wielding men attacked him and a friend outside his house in Taman Mawar, Cheras, here early Wednesday.

Dr Faiz was slashed on his left hand in the 2am incident. He did not lose anything, but the robbers snatched a gold chain from his friend.

He has been admitted to the Gleneagles Intan Medical Centre in Jalan Ampang here and his condition was reported as stable.

At the hospital, his mother Mazenah Mohamad said Dr Faiz had gone to have supper with two other friends at about 11pm on Tuesday, and returned home later.

”One of the robbers pushed my son and he fell while the other robber placed a parang on the neck of my son's friend,” she said.

Mazenah said her son got up and tried to fight with the two men and was slashed.
“At this point, he pressed the auto gate remote and when the door started to open, the two suspects fled,” she added.

While fleeing , one of the suspects managed to snatch the friend's chain.

A team of policemen arrived at the hospital around 6pm and took a statement from Dr Faiz.

Dr Faiz, who is a military dentist, was shortlisted along with orthopaedic surgeon Dr Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor to be the first Malaysian in space. On Oct 10, Dr Sheikh Muszaphar made history by becoming the first Malaysian to fly to space.

Proton Drops Volkswagen

KUALA LUMPUR: Proton Holdings Bhd has ended all negotiations for a possible tie-up with Germany's Volkswagen AG and the US-based General Motors Corp.

The national carmaker will not be seeking a foreign partner for now, given an improvement in its sales and exports, Khazanah Holdings Bhd, Proton's main shareholder and the investment arm of the government, said in a statement yesterday.

"The government is of the view that Proton's management should be allowed to continue with its plans to further strengthen the company," Khazanah said.

"The issue of a strategic alliance, if necessary, can be considered at a later date." Proton first announced its intention to begin talks with Volkswagen on a strategic partnership in October 2004, while talks were to have started with General Motors early this year.

"Consumers must be given a choice."

He said while Volkswagen was naturally disappointed, it respected the government's decision.

OH CR@P! I was hoping for a tie-up between VW and Proton.

Perhaps the German car maker can show Proton how to build a proper car, or at least show Proton how to make car window that works beyond the guarantee period.

I say it's a BIG LOSS for Proton.