Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Sudah sudah lah tu Tukar Kerja.

Dapat kerja dekat Watsons
Watsons JJ baru pulak tuh
Padahal hari tu ada gak mintak tapi katanya takde vacancy
Hurmm. Rezeki kot.
Dah kata nak kerja mulai Ahad ni.
Sabtu ade hal. Heheh.
Kiranya Khamis (esok) atau Jumaat aku last day kat Petronas.
Harap harap bos kat Petronas bagi aku pergi dgn cara baik.
Pergi dgn gaji ye. Taknak lah pergi tanpa gaji. Habislah aku nanti X__X
Kiranya I'll treat this job at Petronas as "some work while waiting for a job offer at Watsons".

Wordless Wednesday ---> Lonely.

Not my pic.
Probably this pic has gone too common.

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Tunggu Gaji Macam Tunggu Kucing Tumbuh Tanduk.

Bila gaji nak masuk
atau nak masuk tapi tak masuk masuk (worst case)
atau duit dah mula menyusut ke tahap bahaya
Maka menyusul pula segala ragam kesan tekanan jiwa.
Gelisah tak tentu pasal
Low self-esteem
Terpaksa menelan air liur saat melihat benda yg boleh dibeli tapi hanya mampu ditatap
Mula membelek belek kad ATM dgn lebih kerap
tidak lupa juga memeriksa baki dgn lebih tetap walaupun disedari tiada baki di dalamnya
serta berdebar-debar menghitung hari
saat gaji akan dimasukkan ke dalam akaun bank ini.
Aku memang akan sentiasa buat perangai macam ni agaknya bila masa masa begini menghampiri.
Mengapakah begini? Adakah ianya perangai turun temurun? Tidaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaak.
Tapi benar, rasa tak selamat kalau takde duit / baki berkurangan ke paras bahaya.
Apakah ini suatu norma? Atau hanya aku yg berperasaan sedemikian?
Istighfar. Bungkam.

Monday, June 27, 2011

Puii. (Lolongan sang serigala #1)

Kita terus masuk topik.
Untuk bacaan UMUM diri sendiri & pembaca yg tinggi tahap kesabaran. 
Oh kereknya. Dush dush *efek menampar diri sendiri*
BTW, post ini memang sengaja ditinggalkan lompang, tidak seperti kebiasaan. 
Malas, mungkin.
Kerana kalau ditutup segala lompang, maka akan sukarlah untuk dibidas segala hujah.
Sudah. Usah merapu panjang di sini.
Nanti tak terbaca pula tulisan yg merapu-rapu seperti berikut.

Lolongan sang serigala #1
Manusia ni, memang kadang kala ada sifat tak boleh kalah. 
Itu normal. 
Tapi agak agak la kan
Kalau nak sentiasa menang dalam game tu boleh la.
Kalau dgn orang lain pon nak menang je, tak kisah la menang bercakap ke, berdebat ke
Atau kau buat dia boleh dia buat kau tak boleh
Atau kau buat sahabat sahabat yg lain macam kau sahaja sahabat sejati dia
Dah macam berebut pasangan pulak rasanya
Untuk 24 jam 7 hari berturut turut
Rasanya boleh naik amarah yg ditahan tahan ni.
Apalah masalah sangat kalau kau beralah sikit?

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Affordable KL homes - from NST Online

I was thinking about writing something else.
But then, currently I'm more attracted to this information I obtained from the news while working just now.
It's about the announcement of more affordable housing projects for youngsters (or people that are below 35 of age) with a gross income of less than RM3K a month.
It's interesting to know that something like that does exist. 
And since the project seems to be too new (only to be on announcement phase), 
I'm certain that I've a high chance of buying one for myself. 

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Current Situation.

Yes, I'm currently at Melaka. 
It has been a week since I arrived. 
I'm not sure if I did write here about why I returned Melaka early
Oh yeah. I don't.
Hurmm, to put it simply, it's because of the increasing living cost.
It's a new issue. 

Monday, June 20, 2011

Saya nak buat blog. Motif?

Assalamualaikum. Tujuan saya buat blog :

Nak je buat diari macam ni tapi biasalah tangan malas nak tulis. Last last jadi hobi kumpul diari kosong setiap tahun pastu agak agak kalau tak pakai, terus buang ketika aktiviti mengemas tahunan. Err.

Friday, June 17, 2011


Assalamualaikum. Oh, these few days back have witnessed the country's being loud with this news of hackers making havoc by shutting down the government web services. Well, as a commoner, I'm on the middle side. Being neutral & everything, that's my stand. 

Not my pic.

Yet, I think, we need to get back to basics. For the sake of general knowledge. What is a hacker & what does they do? How to become one? How did it start at the first place? Is it good or is it not? Again, I'm back to my Googling activities to find out these: 

When did people learn to hack?

Hacking has been around for more than a century. In the 1870s, several teenagers were flung off the country's brand new phone system by enraged authorities. Here's a peek at how busy hackers have been in the past 35 years.

Early 1960s
University facilities with huge mainframe computers, like MIT's artificial intelligence lab, become staging grounds for hackers. At first, "hacker" was a positive term for a person with a mastery of computers who could push programs beyond what they were designed to do.

Early 1970s

John Draper makes a long-distance call for free by blowing a precise tone into a telephone that tells the phone system to open a line. Draper discovered the whistle as a give-away in a box of children's cereal. Draper, who later earns the handle "Captain Crunch," is arrested repeatedly for phone tampering throughout the 1970s.

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Simple Plan-Jet Lag.

Assalamualaikum. As I go through my News Feed this morn, I happen to find this song shared at Fly FM Frequent Flyer fan page. Latest from Simple Plan, featuring Natasha Beddingfield. Lyrics included here :)

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

To my feet, Sorry for Abusing You.

Assalamualaikum. Since little, errr. Since adolescence, to be precise, I've been using this feet too much, I guess. Thanks to these pair of feet, I can make it to all the camps, jamborees & expeditions. not to forget I've stepped at most parts of Melaka, Puncak Alam, KL & Selangor too, as well as more to come in future, thanks to them. Yet, as their owner, I think I'm being mean to them. Truthfully, sometimes I do have bad feet day like foot odour, blisters & so on & so forth which I think is not as bad as these two. 

As the awareness arrives, I did my findings & as a result, I extracted this :

Why do my feet smell?
The culprits in foot odor are sweat eating bacteria.
The problem begins when bacteria become attracted to the sweat on your feet and start feeding on it.
The bacteria's excretion has a strong odor that causes your feet to smell bad.
Since each foot has over 250,000 sweat glands in it, and produces over a pint of sweat a day there's a lot for the bacteria to eat.
What makes the situation worse are shoes and socks which trap the sweat on your skin. Now the bacteria have their favorite kind of environment: dark and damp, causing them to go into a feeding frenzy. More waste is excreted, and when you take off your socks and shoes, your nose is presented with the results!

Last Day at Work.

Assalamualaikum. Benar, rasa sebak tatkala membaca message ini : 

"Nanti aku akan ingat time aku gelakkan kau, time kau buat aku melatah, time kau petik jari, huh. Sengal betul. Haha. Takpe lah, Facebook @ handphone boleh contact lagi. Aku tahu kau akan rindu Watsons Pavilion nanti :P"

Sri Handiyani, pandai kau buat aku touching kan. Fineeeeeee.

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Limb Length Discrepancies.

Assalamualaikum. The question's been longing to linger in my mind ever since last year. Credits to a friend that brought out the question, which I forgot to find the answer until now. Well, that question is, do left foot & right foot possess different, unequal lengths? 

This friend of mine, brought the question for he can feel that when he wears a pairs of trousers, his left side (if I'm not mistaken) is somehow rather longer than the right side till the left side of the pants can even sweep the floor.

As I remembered the question, I managed to do some Googling, & here's what I found :

Differences between the lengths of the upper and/or lower arms and the upper and/or lower legs are called limb length discrepancies (LLD). Except in extreme cases, arm length differences cause little or no problem in how the arms function. This article, therefore, will focus on length differences in the legs.

A limb length difference may simply be a mild variation between the two sides of the body. This is not unusual in the general population. For example, one study reported that 32 percent of 600 military recruits had a 1/5 inch to a 3/5 inch difference between the lengths of their legs. This is a normal variation. Greater differences may need treatment because a significant difference can affect a patient's well-being and quality of life.

Sunday, June 5, 2011

To wear a Wristwatch.

Assalamualaikum. On the other day, I've been told that it is better to wear your wristwatch on the right hand, regardless if you're right-handed or left-handed. It is said that wearing wristwatch on your left hand could possibly bring not-so-healthy effect to your heart. Well then, thanks to the curiosity, I try googling for it (Hey, is there such term?) & guess what? 

I'm right-handed, and my watch feels more comfortable on my right wrist, but I've heard that I should wear it on my left wrist so the watch or the movement doesn't get damaged. Does it matter?
— Aaron Sherman, Davis, Calif.
I've heard that, too, but I don't think that's the whole story. Seems to me we've historically worn watches on our left wrists because they're easier to wind with our dominant right hands. This is, of course, irrelevant if one's watch is automatic. Or if it's quartz, driven by battery. Or if one is left-handed, in which case it's whatever the hell makes him most comfortable. It's also worth noting that a lot of watchmakers — Seiko, Panerai, and TAG Heuer among them — make lefts, or watches made with the movement reversed so the crown is placed at the nine-o'clock position instead of the normal three o'clock. I still wouldn't advise wearing it on the basketball court.

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