Friday, January 27, 2006

Fadli Menang Award

Congratulations on the award...
You must've been very happy....
...and we would like to share with you your happiness...
as well as your paycheck...hehehe

Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Children Learn What They Live


Abah came across this beautiful poem by Dorothy Law Neite while surfing the Net. Good pointers for us in raising Emil...

If a child lives with criticism, he learns to condemn.
If a child lives with hostility, he learns to fight.
If a child lives with ridicule, he learns to be shy.
If a child learns to feel shame, he learns to feel guilty.
If a child lives with tolerance, he learns to be patient.
If a child lives with encouragement he learns confidence.
If a child lives with praise, he learns to appreciate.
If a child lives with fairness, he learns justice.
If a child lives with security, he learns to have faith.
If a child lives with approval, he learns to like himself.
If a child lives with acceptance and friendship, he learns to find love in the world.

Saturday, January 21, 2006

Dubious Poses

Woi...lagi intimate tak boleh??? Lagi2 bobo ngan badut tu...abon lak control macho, stim kena rubbing ngan si mior...

Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Sekolah Abah...


Ini sekolah abah, and I hope, one day, it will be yours too. Insyaallah...

Monday, January 16, 2006

A Matter of Style

This is a good one...

There was once a plane crash, and when the lady sole-survivor regained consciousness, she found herself surrounded by `savages`.

Fearing for her life she started `Me no hostile, me no hostile..`

At which, the Chief responded:`Lady, me know all style - dog style, horse style etc`


Sunday, January 15, 2006

Tukaq Angin

Aku dah cemuih tengok kaler hijau hari-hari. Aku try template baru nie. Kalau aku cemuih lagi, nanti aku tukaq yang lain pulak.

Saturday, January 14, 2006

Handphone In Schools

This is the excerpt taken from today's Utusan Malaysia's headline.

...Pengerusi Yayasan Pendidikan Cheras, Senator Datuk Syed Ali Alhabshee berkata, penggunaan telefon bimbit boleh menyebabkan salah laku moral yang akhirnya menjejaskan dasar pendidikan negara.``Sebagai contoh, pelajar mungkin akan menghendap dan merakam gambar pelajar atau guru perempuan di dalam tandas. Lebih dibimbangi sekiranya gambar ini disebarkan oleh pelajar yang tidak bertanggungjawab menerusi telefon bimbit,'' katanya dalam satu kenyataan di sini hari ini. Beliau mengulas kenyataan Ketua Pengarah Pelajaran, Datuk Dr. Ahamad Sipon semalam mengenai kebenaran menggunakan telefon bimbit di kalangan para pelajar...

There you have it. You have got to hand it to this guy. His argument alone will make Kementerian Pelajaran officials squirm in their seats and retract the permission for the students to use handphones in school come Monday.
Come on. There are surely 1,000,001 other arguments against the usage of handphones and this 'distinguished' chap could only come up with this lousy one. I bet he was one of those students who use to do just that, albeit using comparatively more primitive tools...heheheheh...
Nevertheless, to give him the benefit of my doubt, he could have listed the other 1,000,001 arguments during the interview. Probably the reporter wanted to be particularly funny. Worse still, this could have been the only one worth reporting. However, this one comment from the former D-G of Education worth noting.
...Bekas Ketua Pengarah Pendidikan, Tan Sri Abdul Rahman Arshad pula percaya, pelbagai masalah akan timbul sekiranya para pelajar dibenarkan membawa telefon bimbit di sekolah termasuk kes kecurian.Selain itu, katanya, penggunaan telefon bimbit oleh pelajar di sekolah akan menimbulkan jurang pemisah antara pelajar miskin dan kaya hingga mencetus suasana yang tidak harmoni...
Well, you decide.

Friday, January 13, 2006


Marilah kita sama-sama sedekahkan Al-Fatihah kepada para jemaah haji yang telah terkorban dalam tragedi di Mina. Semoga Allah mencucuri rahmat atas roh mereka...Al-Fatihah...

Thursday, January 12, 2006

Tana Umaga's Retirement

Tana Umaga, captain of the All Blacks and one of the good guys of the world rugby announces his retirement yesterday after years of sterling service in the black jersey. This is one player which I find impossible not to like. His exemplary attitude on and off the field was well documented. He once won a fairplay award after coming to the aid of injured Colin Charvis, the Welsh skipper in one of their many bruising encounters. The fact that he quits the international stage while still at his peak to spend more time for his family sums up the kind of man he is. The game has truly lost one of its great players.

(This report was first published in

Skipper Umaga announces retirement from All Blacks

By David Brooks

WELLINGTON, (AFP) - New Zealand captain Tana Umaga drew the curtain on a glittering international rugby career Tuesday, announcing his retirement from playing for his country to spend more time with his family.

Umaga, 32, played 74 Tests for the All Blacks and 21 as captain since taking over from Reuben Thorne in 2004. Renowned for his crunching tackling and strong running, he played his first 18 Tests on the wing before moving to outside centre and inside centre, scoring 36 Test tries.

"I want to spend more time with my family, and I just believe I sacrificed a lot of time with my family to wear the black jersey," he told a press conference. "I did that willingly but now it's time for me to sacrifice something and give it back to my family."

All Black coach Graham Henry said he was sad and disappointed by the decision of his dreadlocked skipper but agreed with his reasons. "I think its a reflection on Tana's strength as a person and development as a person that he's got his priorities right," Henry said. "This day is a special day I think. This is one of the great All Blacks and he's retiring from the game. He was great as a player, he was very brave, led from the front, a fine defender, a huge determination to win, one of the great All Black captains."

Umaga was born near Wellington of Samoan parents and was the first player of Pacific Island descent to lead the All Blacks.
His final season was an exceptional one for the All Blacks, who swept the Lions 3-0, won the Tri-Nations competition, and pulled off a Grand Slam win over Ireland, England, Wales and Scotland.

Tuesday's announcement ended months of speculation following press reports late last year that Umaga would be playing his last match against Scotland. He first broached the possibility of retirement with Henry in June last year but the coach persuaded him the prospect of the Grand Slam -- only the All Blacks' second in a century -- was too good to miss.
He told his fellow players after the Scotland Test he had played his last match in the black jersey but asked them to keep quiet so he could tell his family on his return to New Zealand.
He will continue to play for the Wellington Hurricanes in the Super 14 competition and for his Wellington provincial side until his contract expires in 2007.
His final year was marred by a controversial tackle on Brian O'Driscoll in the first minute of the first Lions test last year, which put the Irishman out of the rest of the tour. But Umaga was otherwise admired as one of the game's hardest but fairest players.
Despite speculation in the British press, he said he had no plans to take up a lucrative overseas contract as many other New Zealand players have done. "I don't fancy going away and leaving my extended family and a great environment to bring up my children," he said.

Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Bochap's Wedding - Extension

I was about to post something about Bochap's wedding but NoniKapet beat me to. But you left out something. Apart from the heated discussion about marrying janda(s) (Janda F5 '93...muahahaha), the focus of the day was very much distracted by the overly curvy bridesmaid. Even Hj . Auzir couldn't resist it. Here's the pic....

(p.s: Betoiiii...real life lagi curve abis...tak caya tanya Auzir; kepada sesapa yang berminat, Bochap kata available lagi.)

Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Father & Son

Emil's Lists

Emil, these are your lists of favourites when you are(were) two...

Favourite Songs
2.Aduh Saliha
4.Gadis Melayu
5. All Peter Pan's songs

Favourite Food
1.McD's Fries
4.Roti Telur
6.Nasi Ayam/Chicken Rice

Favourite Sports

Favourite Kids' Characters
4.King Kong

Favourite Activities (not necessarily in that order)
2.Staying up late
3.Eating (hmmm, where do you get this one from?)

Favourite Nursery Rhymes
1.Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star
2.Ba, Ba Black Sheep
3.Do Re Mi

Favourite TV Shows
1.All commercials

Favourite Shopping Complexes
1.Giant Seremban
4.Jaya Jusco

Favourite Toys

Favourite Fruits
2.Mata Kucing
3.Duku Langsat

Monday, January 09, 2006

Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Adha

Aku kerja hari ni. Aku pun tak sure apasal la aku tak ambik cuti hari ni. Maybe because of the worries that work is piling up on me or the guilt of taking leave so early into the new year. Still, aku belum pun buat apa-apa lagi since masuk ofis. Anyway, it is now 9.30 am. Ofis senyap gila. Rasa macam kerja 'graveyard' shift je.

So kepada sesapa yang ada kat ofis (and dekat rumah as well, tapi kalau dah kat rumah tu, buat le benda lain yang berfaedah) & happens to come across this blog, Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Adha.

NY Resolution No.1

To fulfill one of my NY resolutions, I resolutely put on my jogging shoes (I do have one, though it has been gathering dust for quite some time) & dragged my heavy self to the jogging track yesterday. It was a 400m track at a mini stadium in Seremban. With the zeal of track athelete and the weight of not-so-heavy heavyweight boxer, I took to the track with aim of at least 6 rounds. Alas, the legs could only take 4 rounds before they started to think for themselves.