September 28, 2011

Speed Trap List !

To Malaysian road users, ya'll know the drill that the new speed trap by the PDRM is high tech with HD graphics. You do want to avoid it. These are the list where speed traps are found based on close searching. Be fast but not too fast and of course, a safe and good drivers. cheers ;)

PLUS North Bound (ke Utara)

*Under a bridge at about 456km, Sg Buloh junction.
*Under a bridge at about 459km, Bukit Lanjan interchange.
*Under the overhead restaurant at Sg Buloh.
*Under the last bridge before Sg Besi toll at 309.2km.
*Under the bridge at 296.5km, Bangi junction.
*Under the newly constructed bridge at 289.0km, after Nilai North junction.
*Under the bridge at 286.5km, Nilai North junction.

PLUS South Bound (ke Selatan)

*Below signboard at about 454.6km and 455.2km, Sg Buloh layby.
*Under the bridge after Subang junction at 11.3km.
*Under the bridge at 22km, Bukit Lanjan junction.
*Under the bridge before Mint hotel, Sg Besi Toll. 80km/h only!
*Under the bridge at 302.8km, Kajang junction.
*About 1km south of Bangi junction, both south and north bound outer lanes
*At 296.5km and 297km, Bangi junction.
*Under the newly constructed bridge at 289.0km, before Nilai North junction.
*At 285.5km and 285.8km, Nilai North junction.
*On center divider at 251.8km and 253km after Senawang junction.
*After Alor Gajah junction at 213.9km, next to water theme park.
*Behind the right hand crash barrier at 198.4km.

Elite Central Link East/North Bound

*On left hand side at 4.8km after Batu Tiga/Shah Alam exit
*Under the overhead restaurant at USJ/Hicom junction about 8.5km. 90km/h zone!
*Below the bridge before USJ/Hicom junction at 10.5km.

Elite Central Link West/South Bound

*Under the overhead restaurant at USJ/Hicom junction about 8.5km. 90km/h zone!
*Below the bridge before USJ/Hicom junction at 10.5km.
*After exit from KLIA toll to the airport, below Jalan Pekeliling flyover.90km/h

NKVE East/North Bound

*300m before Jalan Duta toll, 60km/h!
*Behind crash barrier on the left when going towards Jalan Duta toll, at 24.9km, 80km/h!
*Below bridge at Damansara Junction, 17.5km

NKVE West/South Bound

*Behind crash barrier on the left when leaving Jalan Duta toll from KL, at 25.3km and 25.7km, 80km/h!
*From Jln Duta, below the bridge, 23km, 80km/h zone!
*From Jln Duta, at the underpass at Sg Buloh Y-junction, 22km.
*Behind crash barrier at Damansara Junction, 17.7km and 16.8km
*Below railway bridge at 11.2km
*Under the bridge at Shah Alam junction.

Kesas East Bound

*Under the bridge at 44.8km, downhill run after Puchong junction.

Kesas West Bound

*At Sg Besi side of East Bound Toll. Kuala LumpurCity
*Jalan Duta; below the flyover at the Damansara junction, 70km/h zone.


*Dual carriageway between Klang and Port Klang. Towards Klang direction, at about 13km mile stone. 70km/h only!

East Coast

*Road sign at Karak highway is inadequate especially at Y junction; if you are unfamilar, go slow.
*East bound, downhill run after Raub junction.
*Maran, 60km/h zone.
*Paya Bungor, 70km/h zone.


*Tangkak junction.
*Under the bridge after Yong Peng
North junction
*at 97.3km.
*Ayer Hitam junction.
*Sedenak junction.


North Bound

*Around Ayer Hitam in 60km/h zone.
*Before Perwaja Steel.
*Sg Petani junction.
*Between Seberang Jaya junction and Sg Dua Toll.
*PenangBridge at island end.Speed limit 80km/h.

South Bound

*PenangBridgeisland end. Speed limit 80km/h.
*About 2km before Juru Toll Speed limit 90km/h.


North Bound

*Under the bridge at 197.1km and 198.8km, afterKamunting Junction.
*Under the bridge at 204.3km, after KamuntingJunction.
*Under the bridge at 208km, before Kamunting Junction.
*Under the bridge at 214.8km, before Kamuntingjunction.
*Ipoh Vista Point at about 263km. Speed limit 80km/h.
*Under the bridge at 271km, Ipoh North Junction.
*Under the bridge at 274.4km, Ipoh South Junction.
*Under the bridge at 286.9km, Simpang Pulai Junction.
*Under the bridge at 296km, Gopeng Junction.
*Under the bridge at 352.6km, after Sungkai Junction.
*Under the bridge at 353km, Sungkai Junction.
*Under the bridge at 373km, Slim River Junction.

South Bound

*Under the bridge at 199km, before Kamunting junction.
*Under the bridge at 241.9km, at Kalau Kangsarjunction.
*Under the sign post at 296.1km, before GopengJunction.
*Under the bridge at 297km, at Gopeng Junction.
*Under the bridge at 300km, after Gopeng junction.
*Under the bridge at 308.6km, after Gopeng junction.
*Under the bridge at 372.6km, at SlimRiverjunction.

by Team Ultimate-X

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September 24, 2011

Have you ever changed the rules of the games you played?

MILO CANS Ask You to Modify or Create a Sport

Think some rules are making certain games boring? Have an idea to make it cool, submit it to Milo Cans. Americans have made sports so entertaining by having their own rules for Basketball, American Football to replace Rugby etc. You could win a weekly prize of a tablet. Better still, see your idea turned into a real tournament and take home RM10,000.

David Foster & Friends Live In Malaysia

David Foster & Friends Live in Malaysia Concert 2011 is brought to you by Enrich Malaysia Airlines. Bringing you yet another enthralling musical experience. This time, award-winning composer and producer, David Foster, along with his superstar friends Michael Bolton, Charice, Russell Watson, Ashanti and Philip Bailey are set to perform Live in concert here in Malaysia.
If you think you were born to sing, check out the Born To Sing contest, where the winner will get to perform in Las Vegas with David Foster. For more details, Visit HERE.

Tickets will be on sale from 26 August 2011. You may get your tickets HERE or at the Enrich Customer Service Center at: Unit DH6, Departure Hall (next to Maybank), Kuala Lumpur City Air Terminal,Kuala Lumpur Sentral Station, 50470 Kuala Lumpur. (Monday - Friday, 9 am - 5 pm)

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Happy Birthday Jim Hanson

Saw this on Google Today. Marks the 75th birthday of Jim Hanson.

James Maury "Jim" Henson (September 24, 1936 – May 16, 1990) was an American puppeteer best known as the creator of The Muppets. As a puppeteer, Henson performed in various television programs, such as Sesame Street and The Muppet Show, films such as The Muppet Movie and The Great Muppet Caper, and creator of advanced puppets for projects like Fraggle Rock, The Dark Crystal, and Labyrinth. He was also an Oscar-nominated film director, Emmy Award-winning television producer, and the founder of The Jim Henson Company, the Jim Henson Foundation, and Jim Henson's Creature Shop. He died of Streptococcus pyogenes on May 16, 1990.

Wow or Stupid ?

SCHOOLKIDS had a miracle escape as the roof of this bus was sliced off under a bridge yesterday.

Thirteen tearful youngsters and the driver were taken to hospital but none suffered life-threatening injuries. The driver misjudged the height of the railway bridge as he took 50 pupils to the Queen Elizabeth Sixth Form College in Darlington, Co Durham.

Witness Tony Jones said: "The roof was peeled back as if a can opener had been used on it. There was screaming and some of the kids had cuts to the head." Terrified teens on the top deck ducked for their lives. 

Residents dashed to the aid of shocked and bleeding children. One girl had a suspected broken collar bone. College principal Tim Fisher said: "It was a lucky escape." Police are investigating.

September 23, 2011

Review: Sucker Punch

Verdict: 3½ / 5 rating.

If you love Charlie's Angels, then definitely you'll love this movie. Action and visual effects wise.. Great. though, compiling with drama and slow-paced plot reduced the thriller or should i say.. the 'wow' factor. The reason why i said something about Charlie's Angel is that when the action starts, it always goes by the same way... a brief by a man, quite resembles to the Charlie's Angel scenes but it goes by with fantasy effects. The plot is OKAY, though. great story shown but too slow, raising a sense of boredom to it. The BG music is good, song choice is great. kudos to that. My say is that it's a movie should watch if you love fantasy style action-shooting, love watching HOT babes in action and just love dramas for bit. well, that's the the thing :)

Review: Grown Ups

A movie features Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Chris Rock, David Spade, and Rob Schneider about how they reunite after 30 years since their championship in elementary school basketball by the passing of their coach. nice thing about it is how they were all grown up, married and have children, gathered up on one weekend and have all the joy and laughter. seriously, it's a nice classic comedy movie with nice funny jokes. well, it's Adam Sandler you're talking about right ? haha. well, 4/5 rating i'll give. A round of applause to them. 

September 22, 2011

Undilah MV

 Come on Malaysia, Register lah wei !. Undi lah !
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Taio Cruz Live In Malaysia 2011

It’s that time of the year again, the time when Guinness is going to rock Malaysia on Arthur’s Day 2011 edition. This is installment number 252, yes, the famous black beer has been around this long, and will be around long I am gone.

This is the 3rd year running that Guinness is bringing in a big act to town for the celebration, and this year it is none other than Taio Cruz.

If the name does not immediately ring a bell, check out the video above and I’m sure you’d know the ultra catchy tune being played at every club that matters.

The big party will be at:

Date: 23rd September
Time: 6pm till late
Venue: Speed City KL

In previous years, you can usually buy a ticket to the concert but this year, the party will be exclusively by invites only.


off for a day yesterday. didn't go to school today. i knew, i'm sick. two days ago i had the sense that my nose starting to itch. then running nose triggered it. damn losing my energy, body's aching and stuff. i'm flat on bed more than 12 hours. lol but getting better now today, thank god. got the chance to watch the latest Malay movie.. Hantu Bonceng. haha stupid shit. well, 3/5 i gave though. not that nice, neither it's that funny nor scary.

it's just normal. and stupid in some case. it's just the plot is not that nice to me. if ya'll notice, they could've done better. Next, i watched Flat 3A. quite interesting but i didn't finish. WANNA KNOW WHY ? stupid internet just ended my download unfinished. i thought it was, but no. how ironic is it ended during a suspense scene. i was like WHAT THE F ?! aww. how frustrating. damn. haha. but well, halfway till the end though.

*Scenes from Hantu Bonceng and Flat 3A

so, to conclude, it was an okay movie... not bad for a horror movie. but i'll still give 3/5. if you want a nice one, i recommend you guys to watch SERU. wow, never thought Malaysian could create a nice Thriller/Horror movie this good. Later than that, i say Santau is nice. it's quite old but it is one of the best or to say the most realistic horror movie made comparing to others made before. so, stay tuned. will be back soon. chiaoo~ ;D

September 20, 2011

Trip For 2 to England to Watch Man Utd !

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Throw your name in the hat because there are 2 spots to be filled on this plane to England! You’ll be watching Manchester United play; you’ll be in lounging with Rio Ferdinand and the team. The icing? Dine at Rio Ferdinand’s restaurant!

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Neymar Real-ly to Madrid

Brazilian sources suggest the 19-year-old was Friday evening at Hospital Sao Luiz in the Sao Paulo district of Morumbi in the company of his agent, Wagner Ribeiro, and Madrid's medical chief, Carlos Diez. 

It is believed that Neymar will sign on Monday the contract which will see him move to the Santiago Bernabeu in the summer of 2012, this way playing the Club World Cup for Santos, in December, and being present at the club's centenary, in April.

Reports in Brazil suggest Barcelona were very close to signing Neymar in a €60 million deal, but Madrid's last-minute offer made Santos call off negotiations with the Catalan club.

Meanwhile, Wagner Ribeiro has made no secret he prefers Madrid over Barcelona as his client's destination, telling radio Transamerica: "If he was my son, I would take him to play at Real Madrid.

"That is the best option to play in Europe, because the president of Real Madrid is already rich and runs the club with passion, and I cannot say the same about Barcelona's president."

(2 Days Ago) If things are settled right on the issue of transmission Neymar to Real Madrid, as published Estadio Brazilian on the morning of the day news of the end of the deal Neymar for Real Madrid Real Madrid, here is the newspaper Wallace Spanish confirm this through the pictures taken by a doctor to Real Madrid's Barajas airport .... Were seen by Dr. Carlos Diaz, the doctor in charge to conduct medical examinations of players Almentgulwn to Real Madrid, returning from a trip to Brazil, specifically in Sao Paulo after he had conducted medical examinations of the player Neymar under your supervision in a private clinic in Brazil.

The talented youngster's agent admitted other clubs have come asking for his charged, but ruled out every single of them.

"AC Milan were interested, but they said they could not pay €45m," Ribeiro added.

"Anzhi Makhachkala also wanted to sign Neymar, but that is an ideal club for players who are older than 35. For example, Jucilei, who went to play there, is no longer remembered today and is not an option for the Brazil national team anymore."

September 19, 2011

SPM Tips on Facebook :D

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i've checked it out. and yeah, awesome tips over there you know. if you are sitting for SPM as i am, go ahead. have a look. recommended. :D

September 16, 2011

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Happy Malaysia Day .

with gratitude and happiness, i wish all Malaysian Happy Malaysia Day. I am truly honored to be living in a peaceful, harmony and multi-racial country as Malaysia. it's been 53 years we had independence (Aug 31st) and 48 years since Malaya Federation and North Borneo conjoint in forming a country as known till today which is Malaysia . for that long we managed to keep it tight together as a whole and as an example to others with our tolerant, goodwill and togetherness altogether. 1Malaysia is introduced by our PM recently and that is the cause to keep things tighter and better between races and religions among us, the people, the citizen of Malaysia.

Day by day, year by year, decades by decades we allowed ourselves to gain the possibility of becoming a better country, more stabled and more civilized citizen and like our ancestors and freedom fighters used to dream of having... Prosperity in life. he have that. and i am glad to know that it stays that way, currently and continuously soon till the end of time. Malaysia had grown.. so does our people. we became better and more on knowledge, skills and forward in terms of actions and living skills as well. a better person, a better country and as an example to others is what we aim to achieve and therefore will be achieved soon in time. as what the former Prime Minister, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamed had quoted once, "by the Vision 2020, we will achieve a higher standard of living, thinking, learning and technology toward the better Malaysia."

 i believe, in time.. we soon will have that. slowly and steadily. one step at a time and in a blink, we won't notice the changes. So, i wish you Malaysia and the citizen... Happy Malaysia Day. any how, Malaysia Boleh. as this is Tanah Tumpahnya Darahku. I Love You All. Salam.

Full text of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak's speech of ISA abolished.

My beloved Malaysians,
1.Praise be to God, with His permission and kindness, we are able to observe the 48th anniversary of the formation of Malaysia as an independent, sovereign, democratic, peaceful and prosperous nation.
2. The story of Malaysia is colourful indeed. We have evolved from a low-income agricultural country at birth into a moderately high-income modern industrialised nation today, as a result of systematic planning and sustainable implementation. Although our success has been monumental and most significant, it does not give us any reason to stop trying, feel satisfied and comfortable or take it easy.
3. For the continued survival and prosperity of the people in the highly competitive world of today, let us redouble our efforts to improve the national competitiveness through creativity and innovation and by stretching our resources in creating new wealth based on independent entrepreneurship. It may not be able to realise all these objectives without national unity, peace, stability and harmony.
My beloved Malaysians,
4. Reflecting on history, when the country achieved independence 54 years ago and became Malaysia six years thence with Sabah and Sarawak, many local people and foreign observers questioned whether a new nation, with half the population living below the poverty line, having a demographic diversity of unusual complexity, separated by the South China Sea and threatened with a communist uprising, could remain intact as a nation state, let alone be successful.
5. Evidently, Malaysia's achievements thus far, garnered through trial and error, were destined to be full of challenges. Looking at history, like a miracle in the early age of a newly independent nation, the challenges became all the more acute with the early adoption of a system and philosophy of national administration based on parliamentary democracy, constitutional monarchy and a federation when the acculturation process had yet to mature.
6. Prior to independence, the people of the 13 states which came together to form Malaysia never had the opportunity to choose a ruling government or even the pattern of its administration. Their existence was merely as citizens of colonial states accorded limited political privileges at the discretion of the administrators. Certainly, this is not a genuine political right arising from the citizenship of an independent and sovereign state.
7. Before independence, the people were given limited opportunity to choose their representatives, first in the municipal elections of 1952 and then in the election of some members of the federal legislative council in 1955. It was only after 1959, following independence, that the people began to be given the full right and responsibility to elect all members of the Dewan Rakyat and state legislative assemblies with the absolute discretion in determining the party that would form the government.
My beloved Malaysians,
8. Of course, we should be thankful because, from time to time, we were able to overcome every internal and external impediment which threatened democracy and personal freedom, such as the communist uprising, confrontation against the formation of Malaysia, racial riots, economic recession, religious extremism or racial chauvinism through prudent, democratic action based on the principles of supremacy of the constitution and rule of law.
9. It should also be remembered that during that period it never at all occurred to the government to switch the existing system of parliamentary democracy and constitutional monarchy to any anti-democratic system, no matter how tough the challenges faced. As recorded in the chronology of the country, owing to the May 13 tragedy, the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, acting on the advice of the Prime Minister then in accordance with Article 150 of the Federal Constitution, declared an emergency.
10. One of the effects arising from the declaration of the 1969 emergency was that the uncompleted election process in Sabah and Sarawak was suspended. The subsequent development was that the Dewan Rakyat elections were carried out within a period of approximately 20 months later and the system of Parliamentary Democracy was revived when the country was stable again.

11. Nevertheless, the late Tun Abdul Razak, as the Deputy Prime Minister and Defence Minister then, who was entrusted to head the National Operations Council or MAGERAN, with absolute executive and legislative powers, never had the intention to retain the power longer than necessary.

12. It was abundantly clear that the late Tun together with his colleagues then were fully aware that the limitless extraordinary powers that they held could not be made a habitude for the sake of our beloved country's future. Instead, they appreciated that the absolute power was merely a trust to curb and prevent any tragedy and chaos.
My beloved Malaysians,
13. In fact, as a country that practices parliamentary democracy, the power to determine which political party would form the government, whether at the federal or state level, lies absolutely and without exception in the hands of the people. After more than 50 years of independence and almost five decades of Malaysia's formation, we find that the experience, maturity and wisdom of the people in the country in choosing a government that could ensure that the future they aspired for could not be denied by anyone else.
14. In fact, I have often pointed out that the era where the government knew everything and owned a monopoly on wisdom has long gone. The revolution in the fields of information technology, development in communication and sophistication in transportation had opened up competition as well as a wide and dynamic comparison in the ideas market.
15. Currently, public access to all levels of education is expanding in line with the corpus of knowledge that they possess. At the same time, sustainable economic growth, the reduction in the poverty rate and the social engineering initiatives and their effectiveness, have succeeded in raising the standard of living and created a significant middle class. Now, the preference and requirements of Malaysians have undergone massive changes compared to four or five decades ago.
16. Moving further ahead, administering a nation that emerged from the independence driven by the wishes of the people, the government is now committed towards upholding the system of Parliamentary Democracy, Constitutional Monarchy, rule of law, the federation philosophy and principles of checks and balances between the three branches of the government.
My beloved Malaysians,
17. As many of you know, except for the emergency resulting from the (Indonesian) Confrontation of 1964 which has been implicitly revoked, all proclamations of emergency before this are still in force. Hence, realising the changing realities, taking the pulse of the nation and feeling the restlessness of the people aspiring for a more open Malaysia with a dynamic democracy where the views, ideas and concerns of the masses are given greater attention so that our system would be comparable to the other democracies of the world that are based on the philosophy "of the people, by the people, and for the people", the government will present a motion, under Clause 3 Article 150 of the Federal Constitution, to the two houses of Parliament for the three proclamations of emergency to cease being in force. It is time for Malaysia to forge ahead with a new paradigm based on new hope and not be constrained by nostalgia for the past.
18. In our nation building, while facing extraordinary circumstances threatening the security of the country and the well-being of the people, sometimes measures outside the norms of democracy had been called for. For example, preventive detention. Prudence in handling terrorism calls for preventive measures to protect innocent lives and property. This is a universally accepted truth.
19. From an Islamic perspective, this (preventive principle) is contained in the Syariah law aimed at protecting religion, lives, minds, ancestry and dignity, and property. The discipline of Syariah methodology deals at length with the need to prevent evil. One principle states that the ruler was entrusted to make a decision for the good of the many.
20. This is not anything strange, unusual or isolated. Advanced democratic nations like the United States and United Kingdom had formulated special legislation to handle terrorism after the September 11 tragedy.
21. The checks and balances that must exist in a modern democracy are between national security and personal freedom. Finding the right balance is the duty and responsibility of a government whose highest objective is the wellbeing of the people.
22. For example, the freedom of expression guaranteed in the Federal Constitution does not mean a right to slander and stoke the fires of hate. The government is also responsible, to take another example, of preventing anyone in a packed stadium raising a false alarm of a bomb. An out-of-control freedom like this will cause panic leading to injury and loss of lives. My beloved Malaysians,
23. I promised in the maiden speech I made when I took over as the country's Prime Minister on April 3, 2009, that the Internal Security Act (ISA) 1960 will be reviewed comprehensively. As such, I would like to announce on this historic night that the Internal Security Act (ISA) 1960 will be abolished.
24. As a means of preventing subversive activities, organised terrorism and crime to maintain peace and public order, two new pieces of legislation will be formulated under Article 149 of the Federal Constitution. Basically, these laws will be aimed at maintaining peace and wellbeing.
25. Above all, the government will ensure that the rights of those involved will be safeguarded. Legislation formulated will take into consideration fundamental rights and freedom based on the Federal Constitution. The new laws will provide for a substantially shorter duration of police custody and further detention can only be made with a court order, except laws pertaining to terrorism which will remain under the jurisdiction of the minister.
26. On the other hand, the government also gives its commitment that no individual will be arrested merely on the point of political ideology. In general, the power to extend the detention period will shift from the executive to judiciary, except for the laws pertaining to terrorism.
27. In this context, besides abolishing the Internal Security Act (ISA) 1960, the government will also abolish the Banishment Act 1959 and review several other laws to ensure that they meet current requirements. Hence, we will not hesitate to amend or abolish laws that are no longer relevant.
28. The comprehensive review will involve the Restricted Residence Act 1933 and the Printing Presses and Publications Act 1984 where the annual renewal principle will be abolished and replaced with the issuance of a licence until and unless revoked. The government will also review Section 27 of the Police Act 1967 by taking into consideration the provision under Article 10 of the Federal Constitution on freedom of assembly, but with a principle that is strongly against street demonstration. Nevertheless, the approval to assemble will be given in accordance with methods that will be outlined later and after taking into consideration international norms.
My beloved Malaysians,
29. As a country, Malaysia and its citizens are at a crossroads. The choice we make today will determine the fate and the future facade of Malaysia, the motherland which we will pass on to our children and the generations to come. The question is, can we rise beyond, and challenge, conventional wisdom that we as plural Malaysians, with varying economic status and political ideologies, can come to a consensus to not to bow and give in to the ember of hatred and suspicions, which will surely drag us to the valley of disgrace. On the other hand, come and let us power a future that is filled with hope and dignity.
30. Let us have faith, that it is a strength and not a weakness to put our trust in the wisdoms of Malaysians in determining our future. If we take this as a mistake, what then is the meaning of our achievement today, what is the use of planning the country's development in a structured way since merdeka, what is the use of spending most of the country's resources each year to give access to quality education to the people, to free the people from the clasp of poverty, to build physical infrastructure and world-class information communication technology?
31. The answer is clear, that is, the measures which I have just announced are a precursor to an orderly and prudent political transformation. This is an important and necessary complement to the initiatives in the economic field and public delivery which the government has formulated and implemented since more than two years back in the effort to move towards becoming a modern and progressive nation.
32. What is certain is that time is not too early neither it is too late; this is the most opportune time for us to make and implement these major changes. We are absolutely aware that, although some my think it is risky, we are doing this for our survival after 50 years of independence, after nearly five decades of Malaysia's nationhood. We are indeed galloping forth towards our destination to become a full-fledged developed nation.
My beloved Malaysians,
33. Finally, I would like to stress in no uncertain term that Malaysia which we dream of and one that we are currently building, is Malaysia which practices functional and inclusive democracy, where peace and public order are safeguarded in line with the supremacy of the Constitution, the rule of law and respect for basic human rights and individual rights.
For Malaysia, let's do our best and leave the rest to God. Wabillahitaufik Walhidayah Wassalamualaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh. Thank you.

ISA is abolished.

KUALA LUMPUR: Several draconian laws including the ISA and the three Emergency proclamations are to be repealed under major civil liberty reforms announced by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak on Thursday.
The historic changes, he stressed, were to accommodate and realise a mature, modern and functioning democracy; to preserve public order; enhance civil liberty and maintain racial harmony.

The changes, which represent the biggest shake-up of the Malaysian system since independence from Britain in 1957, were announced by the Prime Minister in a prime-time television address on the eve of celebrations marking the anniversary of the foundation of modern Malaysia.

The reforms include:
*Total repeal of the Internal Security Act
The legislation, introduced in 1960 in the wake of an armed insurgency by Communist rebels, gives the police wide-ranging powers to detain suspects indefinitely.
It will be replaced by a new law that incorporates far more judicial oversight and limits the powers of the police to detain suspect for preventive reasons.
37 people are currently being held under the ISA. There will be a six-month transition period while the new laws are introduced, after which their cases will be considered under the new legislation.
*Total repeal of the Emergency Ordinance
Introduced following race riots in 1969, the Emergency Ordinance, which allows suspects to be detained without charge for up to two years if permission is granted by a Minister.
This too will be replaced by a law that will not compromise on national security and terrorism while increasing democratic accountability and judicial oversight.
*Removal of annual renewal of press and publication permits
All licences will now remain valid indefinitely unless they are revoked, in common with broadcasting regulations in many Western nations.
*Government to review Section 27 of the Police Act 1967
The Malaysian constitution guarantees the right to freedom of peaceful assembly. The law requires police permission before gatherings can go ahead, including on private land such as stadiums. This law will now be reviewed to bring Malaysia in line with international standards while ensuring that the police retain the power to prevent violent scenes on the nation's streets.
A host of other laws, including those governing banishment and residence, will also be abolished or reviewed. Any law found to be no longer relevant or justifiable will be repealed.

it's abolished already . Happy now ? lol

September 15, 2011

Sequel Hantu Kak Limah Balik Rumah

Husin, Mon Dan Jin Pakai Toncit merupakan sambungan kepada filem Mamat Khalid yang menjadi fenomena dan mencatat kutipan melebihi RM 8 juta iaitu Hantu Kak Limah Balik Rumah.Pelakon yang telah disahkan membintangi filem ini ialah Awie, Ezlynn, Rashidi Ishak, Azwan, Pak Jabit, Pak Abu, Shy8 atau lebih dikenali sebagai Usop Wilca dan beberapa pelakon lain.Sinopsis filem ini masih belum diketahui dan mungkin akan ditayangkan selepas filem Apokalips.

vampires lah pulak ye ? hahaha. whatever it is, good luck breaking the box office ye Mamat Khalid. haha can't wait. :D

September 14, 2011

lol funny Singh Jokes :))

One Singh was enjoying the sun at the beach in America . A lady came
and asked him, " Are you relax-ing?" Singh answered, "No, I am Banta
Singh". Another guy came and asked the him the same question. Singh
answered, "No No Me Banta Singh!" Third one came and asked him the
same question again.
Singh was totally annoyed and decided to shift his place. While
walking he saw another Singh soaking in the sun. He went up to him
and asked, "Are you Relaxing? The other Singh was a lot more educated
and answered, "Yes, I am relaxing."
The Singh slapped him on his face and said, "Stupid, idiot. Everyone
is looking for you and your are sitting over here!"


A Singh died and went to heaven. When he got to the pearly gate Saint
Peter told him that new rules were in effect due to the advances in
education on earth. In order to gain admittance a prospective
heavenly soul, he must answer two questions:

1. Name two days of the week that begin with "T".
2. How many seconds are in a year?

The Singh thought for a few minutes and answered... 1. The two days
of the week that begin with "T" are Today and Tomorrow. 2. There are
12 seconds in a year.

Saint Peter said, "OK, I'll buy the Today and Tomorrow answer, even
though it's not the answer I expected. But how did you get 12 seconds
in a year?"

The Singh replied, "Well, January 2nd, February 2nd, March
2nd,etc.." Saint Peter lets him in without another word.


Jasmeet Kaur caught her husband Santa Singh searching high and low
all around his living room. Jasmeet : "What are you searching for?"
Santa : "Hidden cameras!" Jasmeet : "And what makes you think that
there are hidden cameras here?" Santa : "That guy on TV knows exactly
what I am doing. Why every few minutes he keeps saying 'You are
watching CNN'. How does he know that?"


Having lost his donkey a Singh, got down to his knees and started
thanking God. A passerby saw him and asked, "Your donkey is missing;
what are you thanking God for ?" The Singh replied "I am thanking Him
for seeing to it that I wasn't riding the donkey at that time,
otherwise I would have been missing too."


Sardar Gurbachan Singh is appearing for his University final
examination. He takes his seat in the examination hall, stares at the
question paper for five minutes, and then in a fit of inspiration
takes his shoes off and throws them out of the window. He then
removes his turban and throws it away as well. His shirt, pant, socks
and watch follow suit. The invigilator, alarmed, approaches him and
asks what is going on. Oye, I am only following the instructions
here"! It says here "Answer the following questions in brief".


Two Singhs were sitting outside a clinic. One of them was crying like
So the other asked, "Why are you crying?"
The first one said, "I came here for blood test"
Second one asked, "So? Are you afraid "
First one replied, " No, not that. During the blood test they cut my
Hearing this the second one started crying. The first one was
stonished and asked the other, Why are you crying?"
The other replied, "I have come for my urine test."


A Singh goes to a hotel and eats heartily. After eating he goes to
wash hands but starts washing the basin instead.
The manager comes running and asks him, "Mr. Singh, what are you
To this the man replies," Oye, see the board here ---" Wash Basin ".

Funny Thing About Dato Seri Samy Vellu

Dato Seri Samy Vellu finally and officially resigned from his post as the longest MIC President ever, after leading the party for almost 31 years. Frankly, I will miss him very much especially for all the funny quotes he made all these years. Like what our Prime Minister said in the 2010 Barisan Nasional Conference, “We will miss DS Samy Vellu because he add a lot of color … sometimes a bit too much color”. Therefore, as a token of appreciation, I just wanna share some of the more famous quotes ever made by the one and only, Samy Vellu.

1. Samy Velu quoted on Pos Laju:
"Besoh kirim, hari ini juga sampai"

2. On one TV news when he tried to say he felt very ashamed:
"Ini prekara sangat memalukan saya dan kemaluan saya sangat-sangat la besar"

3. Samy said in one of his “ceramah”:
"Kita akan bina satu jambatan wuntuk worang2 kampong di sini." Then one pakcik asked, "Datuk, sini takde sungai, buat apa bina jambatan?" And Samy gloriously replied, "Kalao takde sungai, kita bina sungai"

4. Samy's most favourite quote on the news for the decade is this:
"Toll naik sikit, banyak marah saya. You worang ingat semua ini toll saya punyer bapah punya kah!”

5. During water crisis:
"Semua worang diminta jangan membuang aiyerr!"

6. On social society's problem:
"Worang2 muda sekarang banyak suka hisap dade"

7. During blood donation's program at Sungai Siput:
"Marilah kita semua menderma dare"

8. His welcome speech in most of his functions:
"Selamat datang saudara-mara semua" (It should have been “saudara-saudari”)

9. During the height of the Al-Arqam's saga, he said in a press conference:
"Saya gumbira bahawa didapati tiada pemuda MIC terlibat dalam kes Arqam"

10. At an opening ceremony for a new building:
"Mempersilakan Datin Paduka Rafidah Aziz naik dari pentas wuntuk membuka kain"

And of course the world's greatest joke of all times:

"Kita akan bina roket pigi matahari." One of the reporter responded, "Tapi Datuk, matahari terlalu panas untuk didekati." Samy replied, "Itu tade masalah. Kita hantar waktu malam"

There you are folks. For DS Samy Vellu, we wish you all the best!

An Idiots Guide To Marketing In Malaysia

Samy Vellu sees a gorgeous girl at a party.
He goes up to her and says: "I am very rich. Marry me!"
Direct Marketing.

Mukhriz sees a gorgeous girl at a party.
One of his loyal UMNO friends goes up to her and pointing
At Mukhriz and says: "He's very rich. Marry him!"

Khir Toyo sees a gorgeous girl at a party.
He goes up to her and gets her telephone number.
The next day, he calls and says: "Hi, I'm very rich. Marry me!"

Khairy is at a party and sees a gorgeous girl.
He gets up and straightens his tie, walks up to her and pours her a drink, he opens the door (of the car) for her, picks up her bag after she drops it, offers her ride and then says: "By the way, I'm rich. Will you Marry Me?"
Public Relations.

Razak Baginda is at a party and sees a gorgeous girl.
The girl walks up to him and says:
"You are very rich! Can you marry me?"
Brand Recognition.

Syed Hamid sees a gorgeous girl at a party.
He goes up to her and says: "I am very rich. Marry me!"
She gives Hamid a tight slap on his face.
Customer Feedback.

Not satisfied, Hamid goes to see another gorgeous girl at a party.
He goes up to her and says: "I am very rich. Marry me!"
And she introduces Hamid to her husband.
Demand and Supply gap.

Abdullah sees a gorgeous girl at a party.
He goes up to her and before he can say anything,
Another person comes and tells her: "I'm rich. Will you marry me?"
And she goes with him.
competition eating into your market share.

And finally Najib sees a gorgeous girl at a party.
He goes up to her and before he can say: "I'm rich, Marry me!"
Rosmah arrives!
restriction from entering a new market.

September 13, 2011

Suara Kami Concert/Carnival 2011, Malaysia

Astro proudly presents ‘Suara Kami’; a the coolest and most happening Youthphoria that you’ll surely not want to miss. Music knows no boundaries, and is undoubtedly the common language amongst youth today that transcends all our skin-deep differences. With that, the Suara Kami concert celebrates the spirit of Malaysian youth, and also marks 15 years of Astro with us! Thank you Astro, for 15 years of priceless entertainment and education

The lineup at Suara Kami is as diverse and as unique a combination as all of us are in Malaysia!

From Malaysia alone, we have Yuna, Hujan, Faizal Tahir, Pop Shuvit, Lan Typewriter, Psycho Unit, Soul Krazy, Ruffneckz, Stacy, rock legends such as Man Kidal, Kid Search, Joe Wings and Hillary Ang. For the international acts, there will be K-Pop sensation Rania, award winning playback singers from India, Naresh Iyer and Chinmayi, and popular Canto pop singer from Hong Kong, Hins Cheung and the latest to be confirmed is Nelly, all the way from The States.

Details of the event are as below:

Date: 17 September 2011 (Saturday)
Time: 7.30pm
Venue: Stadium Merdeka

Can’t wait to join in the party? Get warmed up at the Suara Kami Carnival starting from 12.00 pm onward. Take a trip on the wild side and try out our extreme sports, show-off your gaming skills at our Interactive arena, bring out your inner style and accessorize at our youth bazaars or indulge in your favorite local fast food delicacies and rock out at the mini stage performances!In spirit with the celebration of youth

p/s: Click Here for more details. directs you straight to the organizer .