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Wednesday, October 18, 2006
Raya Blues
The Hari Raya is just around the corner yet I do not feel any of the excitement. In fact I think that this hari raya will be sucks. Don't get me wrong, I do love hari raya, which is the day every muslim in Malaysia has waited every passing year, but the things happened to me during this whole month of Ramadhan somehow succeed in dampen my spirit. Shit came in every possible moment, and it's like a little message from God that summarize "I hate you!".

I will not revisit my nostalgic memories of hari raya. But I have to return to my hometown for the sake of my family. Maybe this is my last raya with them.

To all my friends and everyone who will be celebrating this festive season, I wish you a very happy hari raya. Just don't whish me back. I hate it.

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Monday, October 16, 2006
vs Wigan 3-1

Manchester United were forced to come from behind to see off Wigan Athletic in the lunchtime kick-off at the JJB Stadium.
Leighton Baines' spectacular striker had given the Latics an early lead but Nemanja Vidic's first United goal, Louis Saha's fine finish and then a late effort from man-of-the-match Ole Gunnar Solskjaer meant United consolidated their position at the top of the Barclays Premiership.

United were without Cristiano Ronaldo and Gary Neville after picking up ankle and calf injuries respectively on international duty, so Wes Brown lined up at right-back and Solskjaer on the right wing in a 4-5-1 formation that saw Wayne Rooney start on the left-hand side.

However, it was the home side who took the lead inside the first five minutes.

Patrice Evra was penalised for handball, Paul Scharner tapped the resulting free-kick to Kevin Kilbane and Leighton Baines followed up his spectacular strike for England Under-21's with a similarly ferocious drive from 30 yards that left keeper Edwin van der Sar no chance on its way into the top corner.

Denny Landzaat then hit another well-worked free-kick over the bar and Arjen de Zeeuw headed wide at the back post from Gary Teale's inviting cross as Wigan continued to press back their illustrious visitors.

However, United were beginning to get into their stride, and a neat turn and run from Solskjaer created half a chance for Rooney but Chris Kirkland got down well.

Sir Alex Ferguson's side were by now zipping the ball around with authority as they continued to probe a Wigan defence that was so far proving resolute but with 24 minutes gone, Rooney nearly conjured an equaliser out of nothing.

Questions have been asked about the young striker's form in recent weeks but he showed all of his usual poise in taking Evra's cross on his chest in the area, turning the Wigan defence inside out before seeing a powerful shot crash back off the bar with keeper Kirkland well beaten.

Rio Ferdinand picked up the first caution of the day after clattering Emile Heskey before Solskjaer was set free down the right and his low cross found Saha, but the France striker was crowded out at the near post.

Wigan then nearly hit United on the break after 38 minutes as Emmerson Boyce ran into acres of space down the right but his teasing cross eluded Heskey and was just too strong for Scharner to turn in at the far post.

John O'Shea found himself in the book for bringing down Baines in full-flight and Evra nearly emulated the Latics defender two minutes before the break when a well worked United move allowed the full-back to stride into space on the left and hit a dipping shot that Kirkland did well to parry.

Ferguson brought on Ryan Giggs for Brown at the break in a bid to inject more pace and drive into United's attack and Solskjaer fashioned a good opening seconds after the restart, jinking past a couple of defenders in the Wigan area but then smashed his shot high over the bar.

There was then an almighty scramble in the Latics box but Saha could not apply the finishing touch before he spurned a golden opportunity to draw United level.

Rooney hit a sublime ball with the outside of his right boot from the left wing which Saha killed instantly on the edge of the area.

With Wigan defenders closing in, the striker produced a cute trick to create a yard of space but then dragged his shot wide of Kirkland's right-hand post.

However, United finally capitalised on their dominance on the hour mark as Nemanja Vidic rose highest to meet Giggs' inswinging corner and powered a header past Kirkland from six yards out for his first United goal.

Five minutes later they were in front. Rooney was the provider as his clipped ball into the box was brilliantly brought down by an airborne Saha before drilling a shot past Kirkland and in off the far post.

Wigan were finding it hard going as United looked to close the game out and substitute Lee McCulloch's shot on the turn was easily held by Van der Sar.

Michael Carrick played in Rooney on the right hand side of the area but the striker's attempted chip ballooned over the bar before Kirkland denied Saha with his legs after Giggs had won the ball and played him in.

Rooney broke free in the box but his cutback was just behind the onrushing Solskjaer as United threatened a late third, which eventually came from the Norwegian in injury time as he latched onto Rooney's flick, held off Baines and drove a low shot into the bottom corner.

Goal Scorers & Times:

Half Time Score:
1 - 0

Cautions / Yellow cards:
MANCHESTER UNITED 28' R Ferdinand Yellow Unsporting behaviour
MANCHESTER UNITED 40' J O'Shea Yellow Unsporting behaviour


MANCHESTER UNITED 45' Off:W Brown On: R Giggs
WIGAN ATHLETIC 60' Off:H Camara On: L McCulloch
WIGAN ATHLETIC 69' Off:K Kilbane On: S Todorov
WIGAN ATHLETIC 69' Off:G Teale On: A Valencia


Rival Watch
Chelsea 1-0 Reading
Arsenal 3-0 Watford
L'pool 1-1 B'burn


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Wednesday, October 11, 2006
Linger by Cranberries
If you,
if you could return
Don't let it burn
Don't let it fade
I'm sure
I'm not being rude
But it's just your attitude
And it's tearing me apart
It's ruining every day
I swore,
I swore I would be true
And honey, so did you
So why were you holding her hand?
Is that the way we stand?
Were you lying all the time?
Was it just a game to you?
But I'm in so deep
You know I'm such a fool for you
You've got me wrapped around your finger...
Do you have to let it linger?
Do you have to...do you have to...do have to let it linger?
Oh, I thought the world of you
I thought nothing could go wrong
But I was wrong, I was wrong
If you, if you could get by
Trying not to lie
Things wouldn't be so confused
And I wouldn't feel so used
But you always really knew
I just want to be with you
And I'm in so deep
You know I'm such a fool for you
You've got me wrapped around your finger
Do have to let it linger?
Do you have to...do you have to...do have to let it linger?
And I'm in so deep
You know I'm such a fool for you
You've got me wrapped around your finger
Do have to let it linger?
Do you have to...do you have to...do have to let it linger?
You know I'm such a fool for you
You've got me wrapped around your finger
Do have to let it linger? Do you have to...do you have to...do have to let it linger?

Somehow I feel like this song talked about me. I'm in the lowest low.

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Monday, October 09, 2006
i'm officially over

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Friday, October 06, 2006
John Tucker Must WHAT?

Like 2 days ago, after buka, I had nothing to do, so I watched John Tucker Must Die. The dvd was there in my plastic file case for the longest time, and I couldn't watch it since a) I had no time; b)I had no computer; and c) I totally forgot about it. I watched it in Johan's pc by the way.

I think the story is so stereotyped and familiar. Oh wait, it's a chick flick, it revolved around a same topic over and over again. However the incentive of watching this movie is there are like 4 leading ladies in the movie, an Kelly Clarkson-ish unknown actress playing Kate, Ashanti playing cheerleader version of Mariah Carey, Sophia Bush (from One Tree Hill) playing slutty Beth, and that girl in American Pie:Band Camp played over-achiever Carrie. The alpha male for this movie is none other than Desperate Housewives gardener-man-whore Jesse Metcalfe playing deem to be murdered (socially) John Tucker.

The plot is wafer thin simple. John is the all around popular guy, basketball team captain, a rich kid, and even kinda good looking with those annoyingly waxed eyebrows of him. He ingeniously dated 3 popular girls who come from different herd (read: clique) simultenously, Heather from the cheerleading clan, Beth from the slutty/vegan tribe and Carrie from the valedictorian kindred. All hell break loose when those girls realised that they were 3-timed by the adonis thanks to socially invisible new comer Kate. So the girls banded together to soil John's reputation and break his heart.

The movie is ok, with decent acting and all. But I think this movie is meant for teenage girls and gay men as the only one who get naked in this movie is Jesse. Bummer.

And the ending is very, "huh?". Watch it if you have gay tendercies or you are forced by your gf.

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I was so bummed. I read this on perezhilton.com and it totally like pisses me off.

I'm thinking of writing a book/direct a movie about a boy who lost his entire hockey team when their bus skided and dive into a ravine. So since his desire to win the tournament medal, and he kinda promised his dead friends to get that medal, he built a new team, consists of colorful characters.

Man, how in the hell did he stole my idea!

Tangan Pendek!

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Thursday, October 05, 2006
Faces of death
OK, so yesterday when I was on my way to my room, I stumbled upon my dear old friend, Syuk. He's looking healthy, with no gf (Ayu) on tow. You see, Syuk is totally whipped. He is one good looking fella (some even offered him money to model-but he stupidiously *erk* rejected that notion), and can make any girls suck his dick faster than you can say man-slut. But he has a problem. He seems to be very afraid with his gf, which I don't really comprehend. And his gf is like a psyco who monitor her sweetheart's movement everywhere he goes. Creep.

We talked. And when I asked when he will fly to Sarawak, he said that he won't return to Sarawak this Hari Raya - tickets all booked, which I half believed. So I think maybe I can invite me to celebrate Hari Raya at my home. Later.

The Americans must be really crazy right now. Maybe there's something in the water. It was the third school pupils massacre in ONE week. That's just not right.

The latest school bloodbath occurred at a quiet town of sleepy QUARRYVILLE, Pennsylvania where a perv went inside a school oredered everybody out except girls and like 30 minutes or so, the girls were shot execution style before the perv kill himself. That's so not right! (news here)

The perv did plan to molest them lil' girls because he did bring along lubricants for some'ing some'ing, and he even dared to tell his wife on her face that he had molested a little family members and he thing he would do it again. Sick!

QUARRYVILLE, Pennsylvania is a small town in *duh* Pennsylvania filled with Amish people. They look like them jews, with all beard, geeky hats and stuff. They adopted simple lifestyle, like no electricity, no cars, you get what I mean.

On Sept 30, a 15 year old psyco, confront his principal (now ex-principal) and manage to shot him using his daddy's handgun although he was wrestled by near by teachers and students. Allegedly before the incident (like a day or so) the teen complained to the principal that he was bullied/teased by his bratty schoolmates but somehow the principal manage to turn deaf ears to him and the teen was even charged with diciplinary action because he had tobacco with him. Whatever. (news here)

On Sept 28, a 53 year old pervert stormed into a high school in Colorado and after taking hostage of 6 girls and allegedly molesting them, one of the girls were killed when she tried to break free after the old pervert made her a human shield. (news here)

On Sept 13, Kimveer Gill open fire at Dawson College, Montreal, Quebec killing one person and injured many others. The 25 years old psyco was killed in a shootout with police force. Apparently he tried to mimic the now famous Columbine massacre by wearing trench coat in the shooting. (news here)

world peace!

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Wednesday, October 04, 2006
Dream nest
It is a beautiful river, with rocky riverside and blue water and all. It is situated at an island, where I had to ride a speedboat to reach there. As soon as we reached there, we transformed into acrobatically diving monkeys as soon as we hit the water. The water was nice and warm, and me and my friends enjoyed every moment of it.

It must be heaven. I dreamt about that same place over and over again, each time with a different dream plot. The place hasn't change, it stay the same every time I visit there. It must be a place where my soul lay to rest when I was asleep. It's peculiar to be dreaming about the same place, yet it feels cool to have some place you can define as a private shelter.

As I surf into the web-sea, I found out this. Apparently the 90's euro boyband, 5ive is reuniting (without Sean- so it should be 4our right?) and will be releasing thier new album. I used to *gasp* hear them songs. Hey, gimme a break, it was late 90's and I was a teenager back then, and some of their songs were quite good, y'know boyband good. I just wonder, now that their fans are growing older, so what should we call them, a manband, daddyband, uncleband? And will their tour concert will be filled with mummys with children on tow? Bet they won't make it.


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Tuesday, October 03, 2006
Vanity Zhee
AS usual when I have nothing to do I will surf the internet and read other people blogs like a loony stalker. Some blogs are good enough to be read but most of it are shiteous and unkept like a stray dog. I wonder how many accounts had been registered to blogger.com because most blogs I encountered during my surfing are only consists of less than 5 postings and its uninteresting to death (include yours truly), and then these blogs were abandoned like Pluto, minimizing our chance to name our blogspot with a good title.

Today I found a blog written by an arrogant, sassy and bitchy (in a good way) May Zhee, a 15 years young school girl who manage to get her book "Vanitee Bee" published. In Malaysia, being able to publish a book at 15 is a rarity, or as a matter of fact, getting any teenager/school kids to write beyond 5 pages of writings IS RARITY. From the paper I read (yes, she was featured in The Star), Vanitee Bee revolves around a girl with witch-thingy powers dealing with (surprise surprise) girly everyday life- boyfriend, backstabbing girlfriends, do I look fat, what to wear, Lindsay Lohan or Scarlet Johannson, do I look fat, where to shop, what's the new gossip, do I look fat, do I look fat, etc. Y'know the usual stuff. Her main character Lindsay Vanitee is not even a Malaysian, but a blonde-ish all American girl, which I totally understand why, because we all love anything caucasian, and yet I wonder why does she didn't use am American pseudonyms so she can sell more book internationally because market-wise, no one is interested to read a book written by a Malaysian chinese girl. Look at J.K Rowling, she was wise enough not to use her name that sooo potray her middle-earthage being. Honey, cultural egocentrism is nothing compared to them blings, if you catch my drift.

While I'm not rushing to the nearest MPH to buy Vanitee Bee (average Malaysian read 2 book per year, and I tend to keep it that way), I find that her blog is full of spices. The blog realm seems like her total escape from the real world, talking what her want, cursing like a sailor, bitching about every moment of her life. I find her so unhypocritical at all (although I have no qualm rubbing shoulders with hypocrites). In some weird way, I think I can relate to her *eww..* and totally understand her *eww.. eww..*

She received some hate mails from unappreciative/pre-pubescent school kids who hate her guts and yet she stand firmly on what she is and proudly accentuates her 'like I care' attitude. I just hope she doesn't wet the pillow at night. That's not hot.

Visit her at mayzhee.blogspot.com

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The adventure
i think i want to post my old pictures. Fuckity fuck I'm so bored right now.

This was somewhere around 2004 where after a week long suffering doing a shiteous camp at Pulau Pangkor, we had a 'vacation' at Sungai Sedim in Kulim Kedah. This particular activity was white water rafting, where we ride in an air boat, and paddle like crazy for our life through a vicious river infested with rocks and stones that waiting to scrape your flesh out of your bones. We are doing ok though. It was lots of fun.

This is the part where we were racing each other. A lot of dirty strategies came in handy, like slapping your opponent with your paddle, or pushing your opponent's boat to the shallow water so they can't move a shit, or shouting that their momma is fat. My team manage to go through the prelimenary stage but we were stuck at shallow water in the semi-finals. Karma is a bitch!

Before we went riding those crazy water, we actually had to climd a mountain, Gunung Bintang to be exact. It was a cool 5 days journey and the top was worth every curse we spit along the hike. It was so beautiful, and I think it is translated in this picture which was taken by me (if I was in the picture, it would make the picture more awesome. haha)

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funny shit
funny shit!


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Monday, October 02, 2006
Girlfriend Affair
Yesterday when I was watching the football game, my gf text-ed me. I kinda know that she means war because I had not call/text her like since 1 week ago. So lo and behold, I did read her text and it always kinda hurt me inside whenever she say mean things.

So to all women/girlfriends/gay lovers out there, this is a simple wish that us men want you people to understand. Us, men, don't like to be reminded on how things are going through hurtful words. It make us, men, hurt (yes men do have heart and feeling) and want to kill whatever moving object that's near us. Do not nag us about the same thing over and over again because in case you and your pretty head failed to notice, we do have memory and we know what to do, it just we're waiting for the suitable time. And the last thing, do not ever, EVER, break our heart because we men do not have any reservation to break your leg.

You know what I did, in response to her text. Nothing. Absolutely nothing. Let her drown in her self-created paranoia.

Exacly a week ago, through a friend I came to realize that my roomate A has severe all ties with his longtime gf S. The day before that I notice that they had an argument over the phone which I didn't plan to interfere. So the next thing I know, S returned all stuff A had given to her.

Actually I think that A is cheating on S with another girl, G. I read his phone text secretly (I can't help it, I'm a busy-muthafucka-body), and found many text messages exchanged between them. I suspected that after several years being together A is growing tired of S. To be honest S is not your tipical good looking girl. And we, A's friends, has been parading our beautiful gfs infront of him, which maybe making him kinda jealous and think that he too can get a beautiful gf like us. So it is unevitable for him too prowl for a new prettier gf. I have yet to see his new bitch. What can I say, it's in our gene.

However, I still mantain my relationship with both sides, and choose not to interfere by not dwelling into the issue whenever we're together.

Last week, me and my gf had an argument because she saw the 'pic' in my friendster page. I explained what's the picture all about, and I let her think by herself. Please remember, when I say I love you, I mean it. I love ONLY you. Stop nagging about it.

The said picture

Bet she does not see this yet.

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Pammy Tities
Is it me or do Pam's nippy looks wierd?


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vs Newcastle Utd 2-0

Yesterday must be a football day for me. I watched 3 football games straight (Man U vs Newcastle, Totenham vs Portsmouth, Real Madrid vs Ath. Madrid) just to kill time.

The ManU-Newcastle game was an ok game, with Cristiano Ronaldo played the lead role here. He tirelessly run all over the pitch with his swift ball dribbling and accurate shots. I kinda notice that Fergie is trying to convert this lad into "Beckham 2.0" since he took all the free/corner kick duty, which I think can be perfected in like one more season, and after he is THE specialist free kicker, he will have a row with Fergie and the sold to Real Madrid - just kidding!

Anyhow, Saha didn't played at all during the game, where rumour has it that he is nursing an injury. Heinze whom just return from his long-MIA, was injured, again. Poor chap. I sensed that Carrick seems to lost his touch, decreasing in performance in every game, where he sucked in this game. Rooney still had not found his form, but I still keeping my faith to this bearded-blue-eyed-orge. And Vidic is flourishing after his long absent from the first eleven line-up.

And Solskjaer was one lucky guy, where the two goals is credited to him for just being there. The first goal was an easy one, where Ronaldo powerful blast just only able to meet the goal post which then ricochet'd to Solskjaer who happened to be in the middle of a yawning goal. The second goal was even more freakier. In the early minutes in the second half, Vidic manage to blast a powerful shot from just outside a busy Newcastle's penalty box, which the ball was slightly deflected by Solskjaer's calf and went staright into the rights side of the post, narrowly missing the goal post. United fans sure has to thank Solskjaer's luck for the game's victory.

Now Manchester Utd is on the throne of the league, and we all sure hope that it will stay that way until the end of the league. Finger crossed.

Match Report (EPL)
Match Report (Manutd.com)

Goal Scorers & Times:


Half Time Score:
1 - 0

Cautions / Yellow cards:
NEWCASTLE UNITED 37' S Parker Yellow Unsporting behaviour
MANCHESTER UNITED 42' P Scholes Yellow Unsporting behaviour
NEWCASTLE UNITED 53' S Carr Yellow Unsporting behaviour
NEWCASTLE UNITED 71' S Taylor Yellow Unsporting behaviour

MANCHESTER UNITED 31' Off:G Heinze On: P Evra
NEWCASTLE UNITED 45' Off:J Milner On: C N'Zogbia
NEWCASTLE UNITED 62' Off:N Butt On: O Martins
NEWCASTLE UNITED 69' Off:B Emre On: M Pattison


Rival Watch

Liverpool 0-2 Bolton (haha!)
Chelsea 1-1 Aston Villa
Arsenal 2-1 Charlton

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Every Man For Himself

“Count your smiles instead of your tears; Count your courage instead of your fears.”

~ Unknown

“I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”

~ Maya Angelou

“The secret of Happiness is Freedom, and the secret of Freedom, Courage.”

~ Thucydides

“Everything becomes a little bit different as soon as it is spoken out loud”

~ Hermann Hesse

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