Monday, September 26, 2011
Putting Malaysia or Malaysian companies name on the soccer jersey lo.. This is almost the same principle as 'if you can't beat them, join them'. In Malaysian term, 'if you can't be in them, be on their shirt'.
Sunday, September 25, 2011
If you ask why do I want one, frankly I don't have a concrete answer. Might end up under utilizing it whereby it will be left idle for most of the days. Possible reasons such as no connection, no time due to work commitment or difficult to use as compared to laptop.
But as someone who is always thinking, I don't easily let those reasons kill my enthusiasm. Now, I have few counter proposal why I should own one, such as learning on the go even during traffic jam, polishing my writing skill with more blogging opportunities as I'm always connected, and hoping to find my blue ocean strategy via ebay.
My motto: Only hard work can bring good result.
Saturday, September 17, 2011
The article mentioned that our Home Minister advised the general public who is hurt (tersinggung) or not satisfied with Namewee can complain to him. Having said that, I wonder if it is really his scope of work to handle such a thing.
Sometimes, the Malaysian media can be perceived as a sub-standard organization. The way they are doing things now, it only paint a very bad picture of the Malaysian media because readers are fed with trivial stuff such as this. Supposedly, they report more on what our Minister does to help improve the country's economy, stamping the FDI outflow, upgrading our Third World mentality to First World, or brainwashing Mat Rempit to be useful group of people.
I think this is very much related and depended on how the media works. If they choose to keep on reporting such news, people will soon see that our Government is not doing what they are voted to do. Besides, sometimes it is the people who is giving the Government a bad name by going to the media for such a trivial stuff.
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Are we able to live without a phone nowadays? I don't think anyone will, even a 100 years old uncle. With inflation inflating and salary decreasing, it is time that people needs to find ways to save, and there is no better ways to start with one of the most essential thing in life; our handphone.
Straight Talk is now offering the plan that is too good to be true, where I can be richer each month by cutting my phone bill by half. The amount save can let me have another cup of coffee, or spend buying the new IPO on offered.
Rest assured that all the hassle has been thought of by Straight Talk, and they are offering some for everyone, minus the worries with their “All You Need Plan”. There are no contracts, no surprise bills and no credit checks, and most importantly, free from activation, reactivation, or termination fees. Besides, they only use trusted phone manufacturers like LG, Motorola, Kyocera, Nokia and Samsung.
Heavy phone users, like me with a big appetite of logging for at least 1,000 minutes, 1,000 texts and 30 MB of web data will definitely like this plan. 411 calls are also included at no extra charge. By paying only $45 monthly, I can make unlimited calls, text, picture messaging, and web surfing at my convenience. What's more, I only need to pay for $499 .00 a year!
Calling my relatives and friends who are overseas is possible with Straight Talk International Long Distance Service. This service is a flexible prepaid calling service that enables international calls from home, office phone or handphone at low rates.
Straight Talk is offering 2 options of phone selection; reconditioned phones from $10.00 with camera, mp3 player, mobile web access, and blue-tooth capability aiming at young and novice users, and smart phones with touch screen phones, and app capable phones with features like voice navigation, camera, video recorder, music player, instant messaging, and Bluetooth® for the working class and tech savvy users.
Check out more about Straight Talk's offer with Android from the video in the link below:
Now this is what I call "value for money, free of worry".
Monday, September 12, 2011
MASTER THE GROCERY CHECKOUT
"At the grocery store, I organize the food on the conveyor belt at the register by price, with the most expensive items at the back. That way, I can keep an eye on the total and easily pluck the pricier stuff off if I'm nearing my budget,"
>> This requires practice and patience. The more you do it, the cleverer and richer you will become. This has some similarities with the "Sleep On It" tip, whereby the delay is practised during shopping. You have to think slow and thorough, but act fast while you are queuing in the line.
Institute a 24-hour wait period before purchasing anything on your "want" list. "It's amazing what a day can do to your desire level!" says REDBOOK's money expert, Beth Kobliner. "This rule has saved me thousands in what would have been regretted splurges over the years."
Sunday, September 11, 2011
This is how I differentiate them.
> Someone who will lie down mid of working and wake up returning to his work.
> Working is their priority, and taking a rest in the middle of working is important for them to recharge and continue doing their job.
> A Worker can sleep early and wake up early, not feeling guilty.
> Their usual complaint are "There are too many things to do" and "I cannot finish in time".
> Someone who will work until he's satisfied before taking the break.
> To them, resting is more important. It doesn't mean they are not hardworking, but the priority is different from a Worker. Their ultimate goal is to get that rest, that is why their mind is programmed to complete the task no matter how late it is.
> A Breaker usually sleeps late, and wake up late after feeling satisfied of their work previously.
> Their usual complaint is "I don't have enough sleep".
I just read another that I do not know will cause any change in the history text books or Muzium Negara exhibits or not. Now only we knew that our country was not ruled at all by British before!! This was informed to us proudly by Prof Zainal Kling that I saw in Malaysiakini.
Picking up a line from those commentator in the Malaysiakini website (which sounded very much true), then why are we celebrating Merdeka?? If we are not sick, we don't go to see doctor. If we are all this while independent, then why need to celebrate Independence le??
Another thing, he mentioned that our history books are wrong and need to be corrected. Then my question is, why only now this was voiced out when he should have known it for a long time? Is it because there is this controversial discussion happening lately? Or because this is a scam to further change our history? How come this was not announced by our famous Prof Khoo since he's a historian?
Does this also mean that Malaysia has been joining the Commonwealth Games and CHOGM meetings illegally?