Thursday, March 31, 2011


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Ini dia Space TOURIST. Free-free dapat pegi bulan. Berlagak plak tu. Dah pandai letak harga skrg..

"T/kaseh aje la...
Buat susah2 hantar aku pegi bulan..
Jangan marah aku...thee he he
Marah la Madey.."

Space tourism closer as Virgin Galactic nears lift off
By Richard Scott
Transport correspondent, BBC News, in the Mojave Desert

In the Mojave Desert, a hundred miles north of Los Angeles, engineers are working on a project which could bring space travel to the general public a little bit closer.

In a non-descript beige hangar sits the Virgin Galactic spaceship.

The company is hoping it will be ready to take paying customers into space within a couple of years.

I visited to see how the work was going - and to be the first journalist to report from inside the spaceship.

After climbing through a small hole almost underneath the spaceship, it's clear there's still work to be done.

There are bare walls with wires and there aren't any seats yet. But it does provide a sense of what it will be like for the six passengers on each trip.

All along the spaceship's cabin are windows - some to the sides, others in the roof. The windows will let the passengers see the blue sky of earth first turn purple, and then into the blackness of space. Click HERE for more

He Survived Two of the Biggest Tsunamis in Recent History

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Japan tsunami: Aceh man who also survived Sendai wave
By Kate McGeown
BBC News, Aceh

A light aircraft sits amongst the debris from the 11 March tsunami at Sendai Airport near Sendai, Miyagi prefecture

When the huge earthquake and tsunami hit Japan earlier this month, the disaster brought back painful memories for the people of Aceh.

The Indonesian province bore the brunt of the huge Asian tsunami in 2004. Of the 220,000 people who died, 170,000 of them were in Aceh.

"When I saw what happened in Japan, it looked exactly the same as what happened here," said Sofian, a 55-year-old man whose wife and two children were among those who lost their lives.

Zahrul Fuadi was on the third floor of a building in Sendai when the quake struck

"The water looked just the same. It was dirty, and it carried all sorts of things in it," he added, like cars, masonry and even ships.

It was the first time many Acehnese had actually seen what a giant tsunami looks like. Many of those who survived were too busy trying to escape to have time to look behind them to see what was coming.

Burger King Bikini Brawl

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Customer is always right. Ha ha ha

Associated Press: PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. -- A bikini-clad woman who is accused of starting a brawl at a Burger King in Panama City Beach is now facing a felony charge over an incident that was captured on video and has been viewed thousands of times on YouTube.

In the video, a woman identified as Kimesa Smith of Montgomery, Ala., is seen hitting and throwing items at employees, jumping onto the counter and hitting someone with a large container. After the March 19 incident, the 31-year-old Smith was charged with misdemeanor battery.

On Friday, however, Florida authorities added a charge of felony criminal mischief with damage of more than $1,000, as well as disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

One of the fast food chain's employees told authorities Smith was complaining about her order when the fight began.


Message In A Bottle

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Daniil Korotkikh's father translated the letter for his son

Message in bottle gets Russian reply 24 years on

A Russian boy has answered a message in a bottle from a German child nearly a quarter of a century after it was dropped from a ship into the Baltic.

Daniil Korotkikh, 13, spotted the beer bottle glittering on a beach in Russia's Kaliningrad region, and found a letter inside from Frank Uesbeck, 5.

"If you find this letter, please write back to me, and I will write back to you," the letter said.

Since Daniil made contact, he and Frank, now 29, have chatted online. Click HERE for more

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

SIZE Matters

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"Agak2 sapa punya?"

Global penis size: Malaysia stands at 106th spot

The Dem. Rep of Congo has taken top spot, with the average size being 7.1 inches or 18cm (self-reported).

Second on the list is Ecuador where the average size is 6.9 inches or 17.5cm (measured), and Ghana is at number four with the average size of 6.8 inches or 17.3cm (self-reported).

At number five is Colombia, where the average size is 6.7 inches or 17cm (measured), and number at six is Venezuela, where the average size is 6.7 inches or 17cm (measured).

At number 7 is Lebanon, followed by Jamaica at number 12, Brazil at number 15, France at number 17, Czech Republic at number 22, the Netherlands at number 27, Italy at number 31.

Egypt was placed at number 33, Denmark at number 42, Mexico at number 49, Morocco at number 51, Sweden at number 58, Greece at number 61, Chile at number 64, Germany at number 68, Norway at number 72.

United Kingdom was at number 82, Spain at number 85, Australia at number 94, USA at number 98, Ireland at number 99, Romania at number 101, Indonesia at number 104, Malaysia at number 106.

Last but not the least, India at number 116, Japan at number 110, China at number 112, Thailand at number 117, and South Korea at number 119.

Source: ANI

Tuesday, March 29, 2011


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fr HuffPost

Is calculus not your thing?

The Indianapolis Star reports that Jacob Barnett, who is mildly autistic, grasps some of the most complex concepts in math. He's attending Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, where there is a movement to get him on board as a paid research assistant.

"We have told him that after this semester . . . enough of the book work. You are here to do some science," said IUPUI physics Professor John Ross.

Not only does he love working equations, Barnett believes he can prove Albert Einstein's Theory of Relativity wrong, TIME reports. Astrophysics professor Scott Tremaine of the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton confirms he's onto something. Another project in the works: disproving the Big Bang Theory.

Saturday, March 26, 2011

‘Artificial Cooling Cloud’ For Qatar World Cup

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By Chris Wright

Bods from the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering department at Qatar University have unveiled their design for an ‘artificial cloud’ that could be used to temper the desert country’s blistering heat during the 2022 World Cup.

According to the spiel, the cloud is positioned by remote control, made of 100% light carbonic materials, filled with helium, fuelled by four solar-powered engines (I imagine there’s a lot of that knocking about in Qatar) and it’s primary function will be to hover above the various stadiums in order to ‘filter both direct and indirect UV rays, as well as controlling temperatures at pitch level’ – all at a cost of around $500,000.

Whether or not the design was inspired by the clouds that shrouded FIFA’s bidding process has not yet been disclosed.

The Da Silva Twins – Spot The Difference

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By Chris Wright

Book Review: A Battling MADEY's Story

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Written by Sholto Byrnes 
FRIDAY, 25 MARCH 2011 Asia Sentinel

Just over a year ago, I went to Mohamad Mahathir's office on the 86th floor of the Petronas Twin Towers to interview the former Malaysian prime minister about Barry Wain's recently published biography of him. It was a frustrating business.

I suggested we begin by talking about "the book." He claimed not to know which one I was talking about – even though the media in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur had been full of it for weeks, not least because at that point the Malaysian authorities were not letting it into the country. So I held up a copy of Malaysian Maverick. "Ah," said Dr M. "Barry Wain. All the bad things I did throughout my 22 years. Nothing good at all." He smiled. "If that is his impression of me, he is welcome to it."

I had hoped for some feisty rebuttals of the charges Wain laid against him. This is a man, after all, well known for his pungent put-downs. Indeed, to his admirers (and with qualifications, I am one) his outspokenness is one of his most attractive qualities. But when it came to the key queries, which will be familiar to anyone who has considered his years in office (1981-2003) – the growth of corruption, the emasculation of the judiciary, the retreat of secularism, the silencing and imprisonment of critics – he was fluent, but ultimately evasive.

Those hoping to find satisfactory answers in Mahathir's long-gestated 800 page memoir, "A Doctor in the House," will be similarly disappointed. For one of the amusing aspects of this book (although those who have suffered some of the good doctor's harsher ministrations may not find it so), is that when it comes to the main incidents his critics have always latched on to, it seems that Dr M wasn't there.

When 106 people were arrested during 1987's Operation Lalang, he tells us, "I was flabbergasted... I thought only a few ringleaders would be taken in... But I could not countermand police orders." Mahathir admits that his finance minister, Daim, "was repeatedly accused of lining his pockets and taking kickbacks from contracts." But what could he do? "People came to see me to complain about him, and when I demanded evidence, they could produce none."

As for the dismissal of Tun Salleh Abbas as Lord President of the Supreme Court the following year: it had nothing to do with his criticisms of the government or his lack of pliability. "It was the Agong who instructed me to remove Tun Salleh," writes Mahathir, explaining that the then king felt insulted because Salleh had written to him complaining about noisy building renovations. Dr M realizes that some readers will be "incredulous" that he "was prepared to dismiss the Lord President simply at the Agong's behest and on his personal demand... But that is the truth as to what happened."

He rues the fact that he has been "branded a legal vandal" as a result. However, "many see only what they wish to see.... for me that is simply human nature and it has to be accepted."

In 1998, Dr M says he was "apprehensive" when the police told him they were going to arrest Anwar Ibrahim – with good reason, since his former deputy then appeared in court with a black eye. "I advised the IGP not to use violence or to handcuff Anwar," he writes, " angered people when I suggested that his injury may have been self-inflicted, but I honestly did not think that the police would beat him up, particularly after I had personally instructed the IGP to be careful."

He expresses irritation at the way Anwar's trial was conducted, meaning his former protege was "able to score several points and leave many Malaysians convinced that he was the victim of a political conspiracy." But, continues Mahathir, "how anyone could believe this, I really could not understand. To conspire against Anwar in this way I would have had to take the police, the Attorney-General and his prosecutors, their witnesses, the judge, the forensic laboratory experts and many others into my confidence."

Friday, March 25, 2011

The Crusaders Are Back

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by Dr Muzaffar Iqbal

Mercifully, it was Vladimir Putin and not Osama bin Laden who characterized the UN resolution number 1973 as “defective and flawed”, even though he could have stopped it by using Russian veto power. “It allows everything,” he said, “it resembles medieval calls for crusades.”

Regardless of this characterization and regardless of the reasons given by Britain and France, the two “great powers” responsible for massacres across the Muslim world as well as desecration of almost the entire Muslim world during the last three centuries, this UN resolution really takes us to a new level of Western shrewdness and a new level of “international” coalition against Muslims. It has achieved what no previous resolution was able to.

Also for the first time, we have “Muslim” support for West’s aggression against a Muslim country in this naked form. Imagine, upstarts like Qatar and UAE sending “their” planes to bomb Libya! Imagine a whole array of potentates and dictators “helping” Libyans get rid of their dictator!


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Then. Spencer Elden, the baby.

THIS multi-million selling poster grew out of one of the most famous album covers of all time.

The sleeve to Nirvana's 1991 album Nevermind showed a baby swimming towards a dollar bill on a fish hook. The comment on our obsession with wealth was dreamed up by lead singer Kurt Cobain, who killed himself in 1994.

Spencer Elden, now

Spencer Elden, the baby, is now 20. His parents were paid just £125 for him to appear in the shoot, taken by their friend Kirk Weddle.

Artist Spencer is embarrassed that so many millions have seen his private parts. He said: "It's creepy."

Spencer Alden


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one eye infant, no nose, survived for 24hours

A baby boy with one eye in the center of his forehead and no nose was born in India last week. He survived only one day.

Doctors were shocked when they delivered the infant by cesarean section from the 34-year-old mother, Veena Chavan.

Dr. Ashok Anand, professor of gynecology at the hospital, told reporters, "The child must have possibly suffered from cyclopia." Click HERE for more

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Was it a big fat BOROI lie, Mr PM?

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Was it a big fat lie, Mr PM?

Was Anwar’s bid to takeover Putrajaya on 16 September 2008 a “big fat lie” as Najib has claimed? P Ramakrishnan reminds us about a certain trip to Taiwan.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak was reported by The Sunday Star (20 March 2011) as having said that PKR had gone to the extent of telling the ‘biggest political lie of the century’ when it announced it would take over the government on 16 September 2008.

We have to keep repeating this because human memory is short and they forget, but we must remind the people that it was the biggest political lie of the century,’ he said.
He said PKR leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim had made the Barisan Nasional worried when he claimed that more than 30 of the coalition’s elected representatives would cross over, “But in the end, it was all a big fat lie’ he added.

I must thank the PM for jogging my memory. The only truth in his statement was that “Datuk Anwar Ibrahim had made the Barisan Nasional worried when he claimed that more than 30 of the coalition’s elected representatives would cross over”. That was a fact. The rest of Najib’s claims about what transpired cannot be said to be the “biggest political lie of the century”. They are Najib’s claims of what happened and they are his lies.

'T' Is For Tambee.

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Give me a 'T'..
Gimme a tiang talipon..thee he he…
Kalau tak ada dara sunti..thee he he…
Gimme a budak sekolah,
Tak ada budak sekolah, janda lagi OK..thee he he…
Bini orang apatah lagi!

Kalau semua tak ada,
A tiang seri pun jadi!!..KAH KAH KAH!KAH KAH KAH!

"Tak dapek amah, Nancy pun jadi!" ~ Mr T

Ini Ketuo Montori Melako sekarang, 
Ketuo Montori dulu dah bersaro!

Wednesday, March 23, 2011


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Tayangan 'meletup' di Carcosa Sri Negara
Hazlan Zakaria
Mac 21, 11

"Ia amat besar dan meletup!" terdengar bunyi suara wanita bercakap melalui telefon. Dan panggilan itu adalah permulaan kepada satu pengembaraan menakjubkan bagi wartawan parlimen ini.

"Saya berada di Parlimen, boleh saya tanya bos saya terlebih dahulu?" kata saya sambil terfikir sebesar manakah berita itu nanti.

Saya duduk sambil menyandarkan belakang di atas sofa kulit, di tengah rakan wartawan di lobi Dewan Rakyat. Click HERE for more

"Boroi ka? Perati la elok2 wei!! Hangpa jgn buat peleceeeeey.."

"Amat BESAR ke.."
"Boroi ke.."
"Rahsia la!"

"Bukan saya"
"Saya tak boroi"
"Saya amat kurang makan kari mamak"

"Tak boleh harap!"
"Ada la besar ni!!!"

More on 'Amat BESAR dan MELETOP-LETOP',  HEREHERE  HERE dan baaaaaanyak lagi!


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Tragic toddler weighs nine stone

Exercise: Lu Hao hates walking to school and often opts for a ride instead. He does like swimming however

THE desperate parents of a NINE STONE three-year-old have told how they can't make the giant toddler diet because they are scared of him. Lu Hao, from China, is dangerously overweight, and at 9st 6lb is FIVE TIMES as heavy as other boys his age.

He is getting so big his family are frightened of him — and have given up trying to stop the youngster from gorging on huge plates of ribs and rice.

His parents claim he throws vicious tantrums if he doesn't get third or fourth helpings of dinner.

And mum Chen Huan from Dashan, Guangdong Province, admits: "We have to let him be as if we don't feed him he will cry nonstop."

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Gabriel 'Batigoal' Batistuta

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By Ross Mackiewicz on February 23rd, 2011.

Batigoal: The Career Of Argentina’s Most Prolific Goal-Scorer, Gabriel Batistuta

In the words of arguably football’s greatest, Diego Maradona once said; “He was the best striker we ever had here and were never going to see his like again – we’re not going to see anything like him from anyone, no matter what they’re called. For me he was the greatest goal-scorer that I saw in my life“. He was talking about his compatriot and one of football’s most prolific strikers in its history, Gabriel Batistuta.

The Argentine will be revered for his sublime awareness and killer instinct in front of goal. As a striker he was as lethal as they come and his presence alone within starting elevens always offered a deadly impetus in the final third that had his adversaries quaking in fear. He possessed a stunning right-foot that rippled nets all across Argentina and Italy.

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Alex Fergusons All Time Greatest Ever Manchester United XI

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As I am sure you will agree this team would put fear into any opposition and would doubtless bring Fergie his 19th Premier League title.

Goalkeeper: Peter Schmeichel

A Danish legend who requires little introduction. Signed by Fergie in 1991 for £530,000 (Fergie descibed it as the bargain of the century) and won five FA Premier League titles, three FA Cups, one League Cup, and the UEFA Champions League. He was the rock from which Fergie built his dynasty.

Left-Back: Patrice Evra

Substituted at half-time on his debut is about the only thing Evra has done wrong at United. Signed in 2006, Fergie turned him into the best left-back in the world. The Frenchman epitomises Fergie’s fighting spirit and became a fan favourite with his winding-up tactics when facing Arsenal.

Right-Back: Gary Neville
A player with legendary status. Neville played 19 years for his boy-hood club appearing in 602 games. Fergie describes him as the best right-back of this generation – high praise indeed. Neville was part of the Fergie Fledglings that dominated English football for 15 years (and counting).
Centre-Back: Jaap Stam
Have Manchester United had a more powerful centre-back? He may have fallen out with Fergie over revelations in his autobiography but even the manager regrets selling him. He won three Premier League titles, one FA Cup, the Intercontinental Cup and the UEFA Champions League.
Centre Back: Nemanja Vidic
Hands down the best centre-back in the Premier League for the last few seasons and was rewarded by Fergie with the captain’s armband. The Serbian is classy, powerful, rugged, quick and much more. Has formed a formidable partnership with Rio Ferdinand.
Left-Wing: Ryan Giggs
The reason this list was so hard to compile was because of this man. He is now in his 21st season as a first-team player and holds the United appearance record of 862 games, scoring 158 goals. The Welsh wizard is the most decorated player in Premier League history with 24 medals.
Right-Wing: Cristiano Ronaldo
The boy from Portugal who conquered the world. He can do everything – dribble, shoot and he heads like an old-fashioned League Two centre-forward. He won three League titles, the FA Cup, two League Cups and a Champions League. Was voted World player of the Year whilst at Old Trafford.
Central Midfielder: Roy Keane
He broke into the first-team at a time when Bryan Robson and Paul Ince were the senior players. A tough character but the ultimate team player, leading the United team through their most dominating period and inspiring future generations. A great player who embellished Fergie’s fighting spirit.
Central Midfielder: Paul Scholes
Widely regarded as one of the finest midfielders of his generation and was part of the Fergie Fledglings. He started his career as a striker but Fergie realised his passing quality was too good to be wasted. He is still playing despite a chronic eye problem and suffering from asthma. Has won 16 major medals at United.
Striker: Eric Cantona
The legend who single-handedly turned United into a force. The Frenchman signed from Leeds and United won the League. He got banned for his kung-fu kick, United lost the League. He returned, United won. Enough said.
Striker: Ruud Van Nistlerooy
He won the Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup and FA Community Shield. Van Nistelrooy hit 150 goals in just 219 games for United, as well as being their all-time European record goalscorer.

Friday, March 18, 2011

Long, long time ago, I fell in love with Mayumi Itsuwa.

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I first heard this song during my teenage years and I thought there must be something special about this song for it refused to go away from my eardrums for days.

Soon I came to know it was sung by the great songbird from Japan, Mayumi Itsuwa.

Listen and enjoy it, you may not understand the lyrics though.

Tun Razak Bukan Pengasas FELDA

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Oleh Dzulkarnain Taib

KUALA LUMPUR 13 Dis - 29 juta rakyat Malaysia khususnya 22,000 kakitangan Lembaga Kemajuan Tanah Persekutuan (Felda), 112,635 peneroka di 317 tanah rancangan Felda di seluruh negara dan 3 juta ahli Pertubuhan Kebangsaan Melayu Bersatu (Umno Baru) tentunya akan merasa amat terkejut dan sukar menerima fakta ini - Perdana Menteri Malaysia Ke-2, Tun Abdul Razak Hussein BUKAN pengasas Felda.

Selama lebih 50 tahun, Umno telah menipu rakyat negara ini dengan menyelewengkan sejarah sebenar penubuhan Felda dengan mengatakan agensi tersebut telah ditubuhkan oleh Abdul Razak, Bapa Pembangunan Malaysia dan juga ayah kepada Perdana Menteri ke-6, Datuk Seri Mohd Najib dan dengan hujah kaitan itu maka Umnolah yang berperanan besar menubuhkannya.

Malah Najib menggunakan alasan ini untuk meletakkan Felda di bawah jagaannya setelah beliau dilantik sebagai Timbalan Perdana Menteri pada 2004.

Najib juga pernah menyatakan seolah-olah beliau mewarisi tanggungjawab untuk membela peneroka Felda dari ayahnya.

Thursday, March 17, 2011

World Least Liveable Cities

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Menurut bancian dan kaji selidik orang kapir barat, Tehran pun termasuk dalam senarai.

1. Harare, Zimbabwe

2. Dhaka, Bangladesh

3. Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea

4. Lagos, Nigeria

5. Algiers, Algeria

6. Karachi, Pakistan

7. Douala, Cameroon

8. Tehran, Iran

9. Dakar, Senegal

10. Colombo, Sri Lanka