Thursday, January 6, 2011

Pak Montori Kaki Rogol?

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Malaysian Official Denies Rape Allegations

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Communications Minister Rais says allegations were inspired by opposition parties

Information Communication and Culture Minister Rais Yatim today denied an allegation that he had raped his Indonesian maid in 2007, describing the accusations as “wild” and inspired by bloggers and opposition political parties.

"I refute the allegations, whether they are about raping any individual four years ago or any other allegation, raised by bloggers on the Internet or by any political entity," he said in a statement sent to Malaysiakini, the independent Malaysian website. Click HERE

Ada pun mulut.. ingatkan nak buat2 bisu sampai Thaipusam tahun depan..thee he he…

Ini serupa kes Mat Nuar la ni? Tumbuk muka sendiri..thee he he…

TB Hock lagi kelakar, boleh cekik diri sendiri..thee he he…

Habis sapa yang menyondol amah? thee he he…

Ini mesti amah sondol diri sendiri ni, kan?..KAH KAH KAH!

Boss! Boss! KAH KAH KAH!

Poning kopalo ko boss? thee he he…

Takkan tak nak kata apa2 kot?

hitam tak, putih pun tidak..thee he he…

Takkan nak buat2 tidoooor lagi?

Itu trick lama daaa.. KAH KAH KAH!

8 Ways To BOOST Our Brainpower

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Research shows there are simple strategies that can boost your brainpower -- no matter how many candles will be on your birthday cake this year. PLS CONTINUE READING.

Next time you're looking for some extra brainpower, go mow the lawn. After years of research, neuroscientists at the University of Queensland, Brisbane, discovered that the scent of fresh-cut grass triggers two sections of the brain -- the amygdala (which deals with emotions) and the hippocampus (which deals with memory).

As a result, taking a whiff of this outdoorsy aroma can help relieve stress and boost memory. But Australian scientists weren't completely surprised that these reactions occurred simultaneously, since chronic stress is directly associated with forgetfulness.

Don't feel like doing yard work? Lighting a scented candle or fragrant oil that smells like fresh-cut grass should also do the trick. 

A research conducted by the Children's Nutrition Research Center at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston shows that chewing gum can improve alertness.

Teenagers who chomped away for 14 weeks during math class and while doing math homework scored higher on tests and in their final grades compared to the teens who weren't given gum.

A similar study conducted a few years ago at the University of Northumbria in Newscastle found that people who chewed gum during long-term and short-term memory tests scored better than nonchewers.

While experts haven't pinpointed the link between chewing gum and memory, Japanese researchers believe it may stem from an increased heart rate (thanks to the chewing) that leads to extra oxygen being delivered to the brain.