Thursday, May 20, 2010

Dirty Windows

An elderly couple pulled into a full service petrol station and the attendant asked the gentleman driver if he wanted the wind shield and windows wash. "Certainly" he replied.

The elderly man looked at the windows after they were washed and thought. "It's pretty dirty and I'm going to ask him to wash again."

At the moment, the wife reached over and grabbed the eyeglasses from off her husband's face, wiped them clean and put back on his face, resulting her husband eventually saying "The windows look great!"

hmmm... what do you think?

Attitude is your state of mind, or that looking glass through which you see the world. If the glass is dirty, you will interpret everything accordingly.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

"I would like to try again" x n times

I guess this would be the most popular web site second to facebook since 12.00am, 18 May 2010. People are rushing into AirAsia server to grab the free seats offered, but it is very difficult to get in. Probably there is only 18 holes for 1800 golfers.

I have clicked the "I would like to try again" for "N" times but still prompts me the same page. Wow, the AirAsia slogan "Now everyone can fly" really makes people crazy to fly for the lowest possible cost. Lets hope that there is still some vacancies left unnoticed.

LOL... good nite, everyone.


Saturday, May 15, 2010






  1. 韩国球员那么强壮坚韧,是不是时常吃人参啊?
  2. 大马的球员什么时候可以变得像她们一样?

Friday, May 14, 2010







Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Thomas Cup Early Upset

Malaysian team has successfully lost to Japan 3-2 in group stage, and placing them among the traditional strong badminton nations, including China, Denmark, and Korea as potential opponents. I was so excited to stop working and rush home to watch how Lee Chong Wei plays against Kenichi Tago, whom he beats in a controversy way in All England final by a wrong line call. This time, back to home ground, LCW did not give Tago any chances to dominate the play, in fact he was dominating Tago, and Tago seemed had lost his way when LCW took the lead, it was a piece of cake for LCW.

Back to the 2nd match, the first men double. Koo Kien Keat and Tan Boon Heong were outstanding, although Boon Heong was a bit out of the form in the 2nd game. It was a considerably easy game for the Malaysian. I'm very glad that they have proved their ability to play in the high profile tournament like Thomas Cup. I wish they can continue to perform, regardless of the Malaysia team's progress in this tournament.

After talking about the good points. Here comes the bad ones. The 2nd single player, Wong Choong Hann is aging and stamina seems to have taken toll on him. His finishing is not that good anymore and, I can say he is error prone, due to the physical condition. I was hoping that Malaysia team can easily cruise to 3-0 up, counting on Wong's experience in this tournament. Unfortunately, it does not materialize.

The 2nd men double and 3rd single for the line up are flops. I did not watch the entire match of the 2nd double, but by looking at the score, it is pathetic. It is angry that I witnessed the loss of Malaysia without a true fight. They seem like not ready for Thomas Cup, but just for a routine training sparring game with players from different country, it is not even like an exhibition match. So sad...

However, the loss to Japan is not the end of the world, I hope the Thomas Cup players can pick themselves up quickly enough, and prepare themselves for the brutal showdown against Denmark. Everyone needs to give 100%, not to let down the Malaysian supporters that always behind our badminton team. Don't take any single point for granted. Malaysia Boleh.... come on....

Monday, May 10, 2010






yeah yeah~~