Sunday, September 14, 2008


Print color RM 0.50 sehelai...

haha.. pose.. pose... be continue

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

One Nght @ Star Cruise

Date: 31 August 2008.

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Poketku Dirobek

Alkisahnya, terjadilah peristiwa dimana tayar keteku tidak mahu meneruskan hidupnya dengan memecah belahkan dirinya dan berjaya merobek poket kosongku. Ini terjadi semasa aku baru jer balik dari umah awekku malam tadi, tiba-tiba aku terdengar bunyi seperti tong drum kosong yang dipalu-palu, bingit dan berjaya membuatkan hati kecikku gundam gulana. Pastinya keretaku bermasalah. Dalam kepala otak aku adalah membayangkan duit aku terbang melayang selancar layang-layang di taman berhampiran mrr2 Kepong. Mataku pedih hatiku kecai bila menengok tayarku lemah tak bermaya di Shell Greenwood. Dengan pantas, aku mengerah kudratku dan membuatkan urat kentutku tersimpul mati semasa menukar tayar kete dengan tayar spare.

Paginya, selepas menggunakan kuasa veto dengan mengarahkan ila dan ana (dua-dua bukan nama sebenar)pegi ke opis dahulu, aku pegi ke opis lambat kerna aku ingin bershopping tayar kete baru sempena bulan Ramadhan next week. RM 103 melayang pada pagi yang mendung ini, dan aku meneruskan perjalananku ke opis sambil memikirkan masa depanku.

Tayar kete baruku (8 kuasa kancil)

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Top Twenty Transfers Of The Summer (Aug 11)

The factors taken into account are

(a) form over the last 12 months,
(b) potential, and
(c) transfer fee involved.

20. Mirko Vucinic (Roma/Lecce to Roma)
Last Week: 19

The Giallorossi have finally secured full ownership of the Montenegrin, purchasing the second half of his contract from Lecce for a meaty 12 million euros. Is he worth 24 million today? Probably not. However, he has improved massively over the last 12 months, and continues to get better by the week.

19. Martín Cáceres (Villarreal to Barcelona)
Last Week: 18

The 20-year-old Uruguayan is regarded as one of the best young defenders in La Liga, and Barcelona wasted little time snapping him up from Villarreal. A touch overpriced at around 16 million euros, but a great signing for the future nonetheless, particularly with Carles Puyol beginning to show his age.

18. Tomáš Ujfaluši (Fiorentina to Atlético Madrid)
Last Week: 17

At long last, Atleti have made a good defensive signing - for free, even. They were in denial last summer when they failed to take concrete steps, but have landed just the man to lead their defence upon their return to the Champions League after over a decade. That he comes for free makes it even better.

17. Giovani Dos Santos (Barcelona to Tottenham)
Last week: 16

A rather opportunistic and clever signing by Juande Ramos, but he is a gamble nonetheless. There is a good reason Barcelona got rid of him on the cheap. His attitude had been a subject of concern for eighteen months, which saw young Bojan Krkić leap ahead of him in the pecking order. His impact on the dressing room had not made positive news either. Spurs fans must hope that was the exception and not the rule.

16. Hatem Ben Arfa (Lyon to Marseille)
Last Week: 15

Marseille have lost Samir Nasri to Arsenal, but have managed to land the perfect replacement in the man Arsene Wenger had his sights on to start with. What is more, they can keep him for a year or two, and make a cool 8-10 million profit.

15. Alberto Gilardino (Milan to Fiorentina)
Last Week: 14

On the face of it, it looks like the Viola have signed an unhappy, out-of-form striker. However, that was just what Adrian Mutu's move from Juventus looked like not so long ago. The fans will help him forget Milan in a hurry, and rediscover the striker that wowed Calcio when at Parma. The partnership with Mutu can be backed to produce some special moments in the Champions League.

14. Seydou Keita (Sevilla to Barcelona)
Last Week: 14

At the time of his arrival he was the best signing Barcelona had made this season, particularly in light of the way their soft underbelly was exposed on the road last year. With him partnering Yaya Touré in the middle, it will ensure that the likes of Andres Iniesta and Lionel Messi do not get bullied, and also get the full license to thrill. 15 million euros worth their value.

13. Ezequiel Garay (Racing Santander to Real Madrid)
Last Week: 12

What a capture! Barcelona seemed to have him in the bag, but hesitated a little too much as they waited for Frank Rijkaard to leave and a new coach to take charge. Madrid managed to snatch Sergio Ramos a few years ago, and what a signing that has turned out to be. This one may be no different.

12. Deco (Barcelona to Chelsea)
Last Week: 11

On the wrong side of 30, a first look suggests that he is past it, but nothing could be further from the truth. There is a fire that burns in him as we saw during Euro 2008, and he has a lot more to give to football. He is not what Frank Lampard is, as he will never score as many goals. But then, he is also everything Lampard is not. Superb creativity, a great eye for the game, and an ability to run the show that has seen him win the Champions League with two different clubs. Finally, Chelsea have a player who can orchestrate the pleasing football their owner wants. With Ballack and Essien set to play around him, it will be an ominous midfield.

11. Amantino Mancini (Roma to Inter)
Last Week: 10

Jose Mourinho does not quite promote exciting football, but he does like a fast, aggressive winger forward at least on one flank. That is just what he has found in Mancini, who will be handed the license to thrill just as Arjen Robben was during the glory years at Chelsea. Tends to blow hot and cold, though, as Roma found out last season. Lack of consistency will not go down well with the 'Special One', so he does need to focus a lot more.

10. David Bentley (Blackburn to Tottenham)
Last Week: 9

A great way for Spurs to show their ambition - by winning the race for the talented Blackburn winger, and in the process signing a former Arsenal youngster. Given what Juande Ramos did with Jesus Navas - a very similar player - this one has success written all over it. He has the potential form a formidable attacking midfield along with Giovani Dos Santos and Luka Modric.

9. Robbie Keane (Tottenham to Liverpool)
Last Week: 8

Make no mistake, I rate him very highly. That said, the Reds paid a few millions too many. He will still score the 15-20 goals needed to complement Fernando Torres' 25-30, so Rafa might just have splashed the extra cash with good reason. Their draw happy start to the season destroyed their title challenge last time around, so goals is what they need, and that is what they will get.

8. Amauri (Palermo to Juventus)
Last Week: 7

The Brazilian-Italian striker made it to number three after earning himself a long overdue move to a top four club, but now slips down to seven. He has already shown his potential with Palermo, and the prospect of him getting some top quality service from the Juve midfield is simply mouth-watering. Champions League, here he comes.

7. Daniel Alves (Sevilla to Barcelona)
Last Week: 6

Chelsea, Real Madrid, Liverpool, Manchester United – these are just some of the clubs that have queued up for him over the last 18 months or so. However, it is Barcelona who land him after some difficult negotiations with Sevilla. Perhaps a touch overpriced at 30 million euros (he would have been number one on this list at 20m), but then again, he is the best attacking full-back this world has seen since Roberto Carlos.

6. Samir Nasri (Marseille to Arsenal)
Last Week: 5

The highly rated French international is the latest to join the clan of young Gunners. Many view him as a replacement for Aliaksandr Hleb, while others go a step further and call him the next Zidane. He has had some problems with injuries, but let's hope those were exceptions as opposed to the rule. The prodigous playmaker is at number five.

5. Ronaldinho (Barcelona to Milan)
Last Week: 4

A gamble? Yes. But given the chance, would you sign one of the all time greats of football for a third of his market price last summer? You bet you would. At 28, he is far from over. Some diet planning and some tough training, and he will give at least three or four good years to the Rossoneri. A gamble nonetheless, or he would definitely have been number one. Number four for the Gaucho.

4. Luka Modric (Dinamo Zagreb to Tottenham)
Last Week: 3

The hottest young Croatian was snapped up by Spurs despite the interest of clubs such as Barcelona and Chelsea, and what a signing it has already turned out to be. Looks set to become the jewel in Juande Ramos' midfield next season. He remains at the sharp end of our list.

3. Aliaksandr Hleb (Arsenal to Barcelona)
Last Week: 2

A very shrewd buy, and what could very well turn out to be a stroke of genius from Barcelona. With Lionel Messi expected to run the show, what they needed was not a Ronaldinho, but a tireless, no-nosense attacking midfielder to offer support from the other flank - without hogging possession or the limelight. And they got him on the cheap too. A true critics' player in that while fans rave about others, he runs away with the technical plaudits.

2. Mathieu Flamini (Arsenal to Milan)
Last Week: 1

The underrated Frenchman was one of Arsenal's best players last season, and Milan's signing was nothing less than a coup. That it was a free transfer makes it even better. Has been the smartest transfer this summer for a while, now, but drops down to number two, finally.

1. Rafael van der Vaart (Hamburg to Real Madrid)

A lifelong Barcelona fan and one of the best playmakers in the world today, how Madrid managed to sign him for nine million euros I don't know. What is even more baffling is how Hamburg let him go at that price (even if clauses could raise it to 13m). I would probably have put him up here even if he had cost 15 million. A downright steal, and just the kind of person who will add to Bernd Schuster's team without destroying it (get the hint?).

Top 18 Best Team In World

Manchester United are the best team in the world, according to the International Federation of Football History & Statistics.

1. (1.) Manchester United FC England
2. (4.) Glasgow Rangers FC Scotland
3. (2.) Chelsea FC London England
4. (3.) FC Bayern Munich Germany
5. (5.) FC Barcelona Spain
6. (6.) AS Roma Italy
7. (7.) Liverpool FC England
8. (8.) Arsenal FC London England
9. (9.) CA Boca Juniors Argentina
10. (10.) FC Inter Italy
11. (11.) São Paulo FC Brazil
12. (13.) AC Fiorentina Florence Italy
13. (19.) Fluminense FC Brazil
13 (14.) Olympique Lyonnais France
15. (15.) AC Milan Italy
16. (21.) Fenerbahçe SK İstanbul Turkey
17. (17.) Getafe FC Spain
18. (18.) Arsenal FC Sarandí Argentina
18. (14.) SV Hamburg Germany

Monday, August 11, 2008

hmm~~ no comment

You Are the Sense of Sound

You love to talk, but you also love to listen.

You are simply a natural conversationalist.

You can have a deep conversation that lasts for hours and come out of it feeling energized.

You have a good ear for foreign languages and accents of all sorts.

You can imitate people quite well.

You also are a huge lover of music. You probably love music more than most people you know.

Keindahan Tasik Kenyir ~n~ Memancing di Taman Negara Terengganu

Pada 7hb - 10hb Ogos 2008, aku telah menyibukkan diri dengan family mertuaku (huhu...) pegi memancing ikang (bak kate orang terengganu) di Taman Negara Terengganu. Perjalanan yang bermula pada pukul 11 malam memakan masa hampir 5 jam dari Kuala Lumpur ke Empangan Tasik Kenyir cukup membuatkan urat kentutku terbelit. Setelah ototku hampir lenguh dan melepasi halangan bunyi-bunyian bayi menangis serta kelibat yang tidak sepatutnya, kami sampai ke pintu masuk Stesen Janaelektrik Sultan Mahmud, Kenyir pada pukul 5 lebih. Malang berbau tengit, pintu pon belum bukak. Dengan muka cover bengang, kami pakat untuk minum pagi di kampung Kuala Berang. Nasi lemak menjadi sasaran utama plus teh o panas mengelegak. Pukul 7.30 aku ngan 4 orang lagi pegi beli ais sebesar peha gajah untuk dibawa ke tempat kejadian. Pukul 8 kami masuk ke empangan kenyir. Kene register dulu dan bayar RM40 untuk punggah barang kat "jeti".

Dalam pukul 9, setelah memunggah barang makan untuk setahun dan beg-beg, boathouse (color boat tuh cam kedai ekor magnum... hehehe) sampai. Dan kami berlayar dengan rasa kagum dengan keindahan tasik kenyir. Perjalanan dengan boat magnum memakan masa 5 jam untuk sampai ke tempat kejadian iaitu Sg. Cicir.

Pemandangan Tasik Kenyir dari Jeti

Bergaya dengan bongkak di empangan

Barangan keperluan untuk setahun

Boat Magnum yang aku maksudkan

Bagi sesetengah orang, perjalanan selama 5 jam memang membosankan, tambahan pula kelajuan boat magnum itu hanyalah sekitar 60-70 km/j (anggaran aku ajerrr... sememangnye sungguh lembab), tetapi yang hairannye, aku tak bley nak tido sepanjang perjalanan tersebut sedangkan dari KL ke Terengganu aku tak tdo-tdo. Ini kerana keindahan air tasik dan panorama indah di sana membuatkan aku leka. Banyak jugak aku snap gambar permandangan di sana. Baru la aku tau yang tasik kenyir ni besarrrrrrrrr sesangat sehinggakan kami sering kali tersasul, "Besarnyaaaa laut ni.... ehhh tasik laaaa...".

Tapi boat Magnum tu nampak sajerr cam umah setinggan, tetapi banyak betul kemudahan di dalamnye. Seperti berada di umah sendiri rasenyer... hehehehe...

Dalam hutan ada astro tau...


Kuali dan periuk belanga




Sebelum kami pegi ke Sg. Cicir, kami perlu register dahulu kepada Ranger Hutan di Bewah Caves.

Saper kate masuk hutan free...

Aktiviti utama di Sg. Cicir adalah memancing. Ramai jugak orang memancing di sana. Dah macam satu festival memancing pulak. Tapi kepada kaki pancing, memang banyak ikan kat sana. Ikan Kelah, Toman, Baung, Haruan, Lampam, Belida, Subarau, macam-macam laaa... Tangkap jer pastu masak. Bukan senang nak makan ikan fresh. Paling puas adalah kami berjaya bawak naik ikan belida dan toman. Bagak besarrrr. Nak makan pon takut... hehehe tp abis jugak... Aktiviti sampingan adalah makan, tido, main terup, sudoku dan mandi sungai. Kepada bukan kaki pancing, trip ini pasti bosan. Macam aku, memang bukan kaki pancing tetapi aku mengisi masa lapang dengan tangkap gambar-gambar. So tak der la bosan sangat. hehehe.

Boathouse di Sg. Cicir

Umpan Cacing

Umpan Buah Kelapa Sawit

Umpan Dedak

Umpan orang yang kelaparan

Ikan pertama tewas

Ikan Lampam

Ikan Belida

Ikan Toman

Kekejaman ke atas Toman

Bersedia untuk disiang

Percutian kali ini amat menarik dan seronok. Aku suka dengan keindahan di sini. Tenang dan tenteram. InsyaAllah, aku akan datang lagi....