The Da Vinci Code Movie Trailer.

My new digicam.

I got my digicam, it's the Sony DSC-W50.

It's an affordable 6-megapixel digital camera that offers a Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar 3x optical zoom lens, 2.5-inch 115'000 pixels color LCD , it's very compact, stylish and durable metal body about the size of a deck of playing cards. It's ultra-fast Real Imaging Processor circuit delivers quick start-up, fast shot-to-shot times, and long battery life. It comes with 7 scene modes, mostly I'll be using the Program Auto mode, because all other scene mode's settings are automatically set. Generally I'm pleased with the cam, it takes very good quality photos in most situations, the only problem is that it won't work well in long exposures or under unusual lighting conditions, which means, IT SUCKS AT NIGHT! If you wish to take alot of stunning night scene pictures, this cam is not suitable for you.

Here are some of the pictures I've taken in this few hours.

My NFS moments.

Those Were The Days.

Some days in the past...

I hated the place, the first couple of days, but don't want to leave, later.

Some days in the past, I silently questioned why have I been chosen for the event.

Some days in the past, I was in this unknown realm, without knowing anyone, and this first friend of mine came to me and said hi.

Some days in the past, there was this Indian who has helped painting the company banner while everyone else were sleeping.

Some days in the past, there was this malay who received his college letter and he was about to leave, and i realized the importance of brotherhood.

Some days in the past, there was this chinese who came from a total different background whom i disliked at first and ended up me calling him brother, later.

Some days in the past, there was this Singh who asked "Ngape computer tu boleh cakap?" When someone is chatting through a microphone.

And those were the days...

that we marched under the hot sun without anyone complaining.

Those were the days, when supper is not enough just because of some asshats which took extras and we broke our breads and shared to those who did not get.

Those were the days, that a bunch of us got punished and marched for a few hours and everyone still laughed after that.

Those were the days, that i ate not using spoon and fork.

Those were the days, that I walked around in camp carrying my guitar, as a punishment, of not to play guitar after 11.

Those were the days, that he said "rokok abis", and a group of 6 to 7 shared one cigarette.

Those were the days, that bunch of us enjoyed playing carrom together.

Those were the days, that i wrote my diary at night using a torch, when everyone else slept.

Those were the days, that I've got to know you, both of us were so happy although we both know our time will end soon.

Those were the days, a group of 4 slept in the tent built by ourselves, and we felt better than living in aircond rooms, marvelous!

Those were the days, which made me realized "arrogant" and "optimism" are 2 different shits.

Those were the days, that everyone got to build up brotherhood, because "unity" is the only way to survive.

And those were the days, that alot of them are worthy of me calling them comrades, instead of just friends.

And those were the days, they won't come back.

Want to have an AI chatterbot on your MSN?

Trust me it's nice. add to your contact list, and start talking.

The best chess player in the world.

If you think you're good, try this.

Words by the author himself.

So far this is the 4th month since the blog is up, it's doing great, and it's still growing, hits have been increasing on the hits counter, thanks to everyone for your efforts and supports, so far the blog has received both positive and negative comments, and trust me there will be more selected goods and fresh contents daily. To those who has helped advertising, you get my gratitude.

The Fast And The Furious : Tokyo Drift.

The movie follows the story of Shaun Boswell, who has always been an outsider. A loner at school, his only connection to the indifferent world around him is through illegal street racing -- which has made him particularly unpopular with the local authorities. To avoid jail time, Shaun is sent out of the country to live with his uncle in the military, in a cramped apartment in a low-rent section of Tokyo. In the land that gave birth to the majority of modified racers on the road, the simple street race has been replaced by the ultimate pedal-to-the-metal, gravity-defying automotive challenge—drift racing, a deadly combination of brutal speed on heart stopping courses of hairpin turns and switchbacks. For his first unsuccessful foray in drift racing, Shaun unknowingly takes on D.K., the "Drift King," with ties to the Yakuza, the Japanese crime machine. The only way he can pay off the debt of his loss is to venture into the deadly realm of the Tokyo underworld, where the stakes are life and death.

Watch trailer here.

What can't you buy on eBay?

Want to make big money? Come here and bit for your very own porn company. Malaysia's next generation award winning director might be you, the current bid is only US $ 1!

An old film.

This might be familiar to those kids who has grown up accompanied by Hong Kong movies, unlike nowdays, Hong Kong movies once dominated our country's film industry. I've grown up watching a lot of Hong Kong movies, I still remember during those days in primary, everyone was talking about gangs and fights, we love to imitate their actions and speakings among ourselves, chanting "Chan Ho Nam" and "Hung Hing" in the class and still felt great, and yet as memories flash back those ugly scenes still never lose it's sense of humor and they always served as laughingstock during yumcha sessions. And sonow this is the second time I finished watching the whole series again, it's just quite enjoyable to watch these young men, in a sense, growing up, the emphasis here is really not on the Triad antics , though they of course figure heavily into the story, but rather the relationships. You could think of it of a Hong Kong version of The Sopranos; it may be the violence and tough talk that draws you in, but it's the interaction between the characters that keeps you watching each new "episode". And in case if you're having questions of such like the world is unfair or you're blaming of your life, seeking fortune-tellers everywhere and still got no clue, And you're even too lazy to read Romance Of The Three Kingdoms, watch this, it's almost similar and they both speaks of same philosophies. Selfishness ends you up fast, pride ends you up even faster.

What If King Kong Was Set In Malaysia Instead Of New York?

1. Will be very confused - can’t decide whether to climb KL Tower, Petronas Twin Tower or The Menara Telekom.
2. Will be very frustrated by the number of people who think he’s an employee of Phua Chu Kang.
3. Will have to pinyinize name to “Qing Gang”.
4. Required to have breakfast with tourists every morning.
5. Who needs Ann Darrow? Many Malaysian girls are already especially friendly to big, hairy foreigners.
6. Won’t get too homesick. If pining for a land full of dangerous creatures, visit JB can oreddy.
7. Will become very rich; lots of monkey business going on in the region.
8. Will present challenge to all those 10 minute hairdressers.
9. Because of size, will be drafted into obese platoon.
10. Can do groceries at Giant Supermarket.
12. Will constantly be queried by Ah Bengs, “Why? You see me no up, is it?”(Are you looking down on me?)

Modified from Talking Cock.

Yoko Ono "Cut Piece" 1965

Ono’s work related destruction to interpersonal, often intimate, human relations. This element was particularly thought-provoking in "Cut Piece", one of many actions she did as DIAS(Destruction in Art Symposium). Ono had first done the performance in 1964, in Japan, and again at Carnegie Hall, in New York, in 1965. Ono sat motionless on the stage after inviting the audience to come up and cut away her clothing, covering her breasts at the moment of unbosoming. "Cut Piece" entailed a disrobing, a denouement of the reciprocity between exhibitionism and scopic desires, between victim and assailant, between sadist and masochist: and, as a heterosexual herselft, Ono unveiled the gendered relationship of male and female subjects as objects for each other.



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US crime show helps Malaysia criminals.

KUALA LUMPUR (AFP) - The hit US crime drama "CSI" is helping criminals in Malaysia escape justice by showing them how to cover up their tracks, a senior police officer says.

Deputy inspector-general Musa Hassan said "Crime Scene Investigation", which specialises in high-tech forensics and gory close-ups, made criminals more efficient by giving them an insight into investigation techniques.

"CSI and a few other series teach how to remove traces of crime," he was quoted as saying by the state Bernama news agency.

Police were now faced with the challenge of how to remain "a step ahead of criminals," he said. The show is screened here on cable and free-to-air television.

Review : What the heck? was the show supposed to show how cekap America's police force is, how come it suddenly became the show glorifying criminals of America?

World Today.

If the population of the Earth was reduced to that of a small town with 100 people, it would look something like this:

57 Asians
21 Europeans
14 Americans (northern and southern)
8 Africans

52 women
48 men

70 coloured-skins
30 caucasians

89 heterosexuals
11 homosexuals

6 people would own 59% of the whole world wealth and all of them will be from the United States of America
80 would have bad living conditions
70 would be uneducated
50 underfed
1 would die
2 would be born
1 would have a computer 1 (only one) will have higher education.

When you look at the world from this point of view,
you can see there is a real need for solidarity,
understanding, patience and education.

Also think about the following;

-This morning, if you woke up healthy,
then you are happier than the 1 million people
that will not survive next week.

-If you never suffered a war,
the loneliness of the jail cell,
the agony of torture,or hunger,
you are happier than 500 million people in the world.

-If you can enter into a church (mosque)
without fear of jail or death,
you are happier then 3 billion people in the world.

-If there is a food in your fridge,
you have shoes and clothes,
you have bed and a roof,
you are richer then 75% of the people in the world.

-If you have bank account,
money in your wallet
and some coins in the money-box,
you belong to the 8% of the people on the world, who are well-to-do.

-If you read this you are three times blessed because:

1. somebody just thought of you.
2. you don't belong to the 800 million people that cannot read.
3. and... you have a computer.

"work as if you don't need money,
love as if you've never been hurt,
dance, as if nobody can see you,
sing, as if no one can hear,
live, as if the Earth was a heaven."

Optical Illusions

How many persons are there in the picture?

A Small cube being cut off or?

Stare at the blackdots on the center for 30 seconds, then close your eyes and turn your head towards the light, and tell me what you saw.


Japan, to millions of peoples around the world, their impression says that Japan is Asia's leading economy, one of the world's leading industrialized countries, one of the most populous, one of the most densely populated countries in the world with a strong work ethic, mastery of high technology and emphasis on education. Me too hope one day Malaysia will be as advanced as Japan. But I found a blog, blog of a journalist in Japan, that speaks of the actual truth of Japanese culture, that says Japan that you know through TV is only completely arranged, admitted, scheduled, pretended, surface, expensive clean Japan. So here's the excerpt, by the journalist(mind the english).

" Now day, just taking photo become clime in Japan. Some woman angrily call police because I take photo without her permisiion, some hot-blooded guy kick my ass when I try to take a photo. Sometime homeless grab my camera. And said, don’t take a photo. Japanese police who try to arrest me say that I am not mass media, so I have no right to take any photos without permisiion. But I insist that my picture have journalistic meaning even if I am not belong to major mas media company. Because I always just take a photo of natural reality. But when I am caught by police, I never bravely persuade police. I just cowardly run away as soon as possible. Because my goal is not to change the world, but to prevent to be changed the image of real Japan differently from lying mas media. Politician and mas media and many thing is always say same thing repeatedly. Because they have very strict code. You know Japanese mas media cannot say anything except they are mas media. Do you know why ? because they always scare kicking off from mas media. Mas media give them high salary. To keep getting it, mas media people cowardly saying same thing on TV, news paper, magazine etc. fuck mas media. Bull shit ! FUCK YOU ! I daringly say my own opinion. So sometime, it seem stupid, childish, explicit, dirty and wrong. But I think it is really journalistic more than sophisticated mas media. and I think it is not so boring than CNN. I want to introduce real Japanese culture for not japanese. and make them to understand that Japanese people also love war, there are many homeless, there are few funny, ridicurous Japanese, and many fucking Japanese etc. Don't believe Mas media, CNN, TIME, TV, newspaper and Yahoo. they are probably liar. but beliave me. belive my site. my picture.

So here's the place, pay a visit and get to know of all interesting cultural stuffs in Japan, those are knowledges, and mind of all the foul languages and broken english used on the site and all the aggresive pictures and explicit contents. BTW not for those under 18.