Wednesday, September 30, 2009

9 Tips To Lose Belly Fat


I tried my best to lose my belly.. tapi semakin bertambah pula.. sabar saja.. hehe

Everyone don't like belly fat.. same goes to me.. actually, i don't like this belly fat with me.. i wish to have 6 packs.. yeeeee.. ( but some people like belly fat.. hmm.. i don't know why la.. bantal kunun....haha) so here, i found some tips to lose belly fat.. i hope it works to me la.. These tips will definitely get you on track to your weight loss goal.

Tip Number 1 - Do not try to lose weight or belly fat with a crash diet. Crash diets do not teach you healthy eating habits. These diets in general make most people gain weight in the end.

Tip Number 2 - Eat a mix of healthy fruits, vegetables, protein, whole grains, and fiber. These foods will help you with you weight loss goal. These foods are normally lower in fats and sugar promoting a lower calorie intake.

Tip Number 3 - Portion Control is the key to healthy eating. No matter what foods you eat, if you eat too much it will give negative results. Eating small frequent meals will also help with portion control. It is recommended to eat four to six small meals a day.

Tip Number 4 - Exercise is a great way to burn calories. This will result in weight loss if you are controlling how much you eat in a day. You will also have more energy and feel better. Walking is a great low impact workout for everyone.

Tip Number 5 - Weight training is a good way to develop muscle. Muscles burn more calories than fat does even when your body is at rest. Small weights will tone muscles not bulk them up.

Tips Number 6 - Crunches are a good exercise that will target the belly fat. Crunches will strengthen the stomach muscles and promote better posture as well.

Tip Number 7 - Full body workouts such as swimming will work most muscles groups in the body. This will promote over all muscles tone and help lose belly fat.

Tip Number 8 - Cardio workouts are great for people who like running or biking. These will promote a healthy heart along with weight loss. This will also help rid the body of belly fat. You will feel stronger and healthier over all.

Tip Number 9 - Reduce Beer in your body!!! ( opps.. i'm sorry.. i'm disagree")

So lets us lose our belly fat.. and gain good health..(petang ni jogging truss)!!


Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Durian!


Musim DURIAN kembali lagi, setiap kali musim durian, di tepi-tepi jalan bau durian saja. Kalau sia balik kampung, kalau bukan durian, tarap, kalau bukan tarap, rambutan, kalau bukan rambutan, mangga, kalau bukan mangga, wani.. haha.. Ni yang siok ni. Tapi kalau saya la kan, sia sentiasa pilih durian dulu, sebab urang bilang, Durian itu sedap hingga MENJILAT JARI! Baunya sungguh menyelerakan.. oppsss.. minta maaf la kepada yang tidak berapa suka Durian k.

Walaupun sikarang demam durian, tapi yang sya hairan, durian sia di kampung masih kecil pula.. bulum mau masak lagi? bukan musim Durian ka sekarang? tapi tidak apa lakan, mungkin di Tambunan, iaitu tempat sia ada special sikit. habis dlu durian-durian di babagon, Tamparuli, Ranau atau Kota Belud, baru Durian sia di Kampung akan menyerang.. hehe..

Tapi tidak apa la kan.. Kepada yang nda suka bau Durian, minta maaf la kalau jumpa dengan saya ok.. hehehe.. kalau bau Durian tu.. paham2 la.. haha

MAKAN LAH BUAH-BUAHAN TEMPATAN UNTUK KESIHATAN YANG KEKAL ABADI!

Mesej ini dibawakan khas kepada anda oleh Bossing! Kihaaa..

Selamat menyambut hari Selasa yang bahagia ini.. hehehehe...


Monday, September 28, 2009

How To Market Your Blog

This blog started on 2007, but i really don't know what i should put in this poor blog. My friend earn money from his blog, what he did? he learn about blog marketing. So today, i found an interesting article about blog marketing. So i hope this can help you and also myself.. he..he..

Here we go...( but before that, i copied this from http://www.problogger.net)

Get Your Own House In Order

1. Write well, write consistently, don’t give up: All the marketing in the world won’t help you if you have a lame-duck blog. In your search for more traffic, more promotion, and more publicity, never forget it starts with great content — and needs to continue with great content on a regular schedule. There’s no question that maintaining quality and regularity is difficult while you’re starting out, particularly if you’re time strapped … but hang in there, because if you sacrifice this, all of your marketing efforts will be for naught.

2. Become an expert on something: Develop a keen interest, continue to read and write intelligently, and after a while, your experience will grant you this informal title; bloggers will seek you out, your reknown will grow, and it will be easier to be noticed, linked to, and get cross promoted (see below)

3. Design is more important than you think: Your mother’s right — first impressions count, and they can count for cash money. If you’re serious about blogging, don’t stick with a n unaltered top10 Wordpress theme no matter how cool you think it is. You want to separate and elevate yourself from the blogging masses, and its impossible to do if you look exactly the same as them. Easy to say, hard to do, but absolutely necessary if you don’t have the money to pay for a private ground-up theme: learn CSS and a photoeditor of choice, and learn to tweak your theme yourself, so that your blog looks professional, stands out, and screams “yes, I am worthy of your attention!”.

4. Get Your SEO On: An entire post in and of itself — get your own domain name, host your own blogging software, enable permalinks, create keyword rich headlines, create unique title tags, enable trackback and ping functionality, ensure your blog pings pinging-services.

5. Publish full feeds: A controversial topic. Publishing full feeds puts you at the mercy for content scrapers who will scrape your RSS feeds and repost your content, create traffic, and reap adsense bucks. On the other hand, some data suggests that it can also increase your traffic, and a few pundits swear by it. Feed subscriptions are critical; get your feeds burned through Feedburner so you can track how many are subscribing. People who subscribe to feeds rarely unsubscribe, and every single feed subscriber is a potential source of traffic to your blog.

6. Do interviews with other bloggers: Score interviews with newsworthy individuals (who may be linked to newsworthy content), to create link worthy content, but more importantly, create news on THEIR blog to get back to YOUR blog.

7. Break important stories: See the post on how to find news. Long story short: if you have an interest in an area, it is still possible to do this as long as you’re willing to put in the time and energy to find stuff. Benefit: being picked up by A-list blogs, mainstream news outlets and more.

8. Have a contest: Or, have regular contests, which encourage participation and buzz in your corner of the blogosphere.

9. Publish original research: If you’ve got the time, start with a question, try and figure it out with the data available, and “publish it”. For fun, I asked myself “How many of the Top 30 Diggers actually blog?” And I just went through their profiles and created a table of how many blogged. I then talked about what it meant, and tried to answer the question “why?” [answer: not many do blog, its because being a top 30 digger requires a huge time investment]

10. Put out Press Releases: Particularly if you have something new, unique, or particularly important to say (such as an important story, or research)

11. Work your long tail: A tip based on your SEO efforts; there is a free service called Hit Tail that will analyze the search terms leading to your blog traffic, and yank out high quality key words you should be focusing on that you might not immediately think of. This can help you focus your future posts as you are already getting traffic for those key words.

12. Answer your comments, in your comments, and off blog: Of course you have enabled comments on every post, right? So, when you do get comments, answer as many as humanly possible, and if its an interesting enough issue or question, contact the poster directly for a friendly follow up. Treat every potential poster as a potential subscriber to your feed, and a future friend and contact.

13. Spend time to create links and trackbacks: In every post spend as much time as you can to create outbound links to relevant and high linking blogs; many blogs automatically have trackbacks enabled, so in their comments section they will have a link back to your blog. If its a highly trafficked and ranked blog, this can mean traffic BACK to your blog, and it can draw notice from the author themselves — because, let’s face it, we’re all vain in a fashion, even A-listers, and we’re all interested in who is linking to us.

14. Get Your MyBlogLog widget and work it, work it, work it (in a nice way): MyBlogLog — know it, love it, and embrace it. Since its been acquired by Yahoo, it has the potential to explode all over the blogosphere. The two sentence run down is that it offers a free widget that enables you to build a free community around your blog, and to easily see which other bloggers have been to your blog. You can “add” friends, and generate traffic, but more importantly, your own network of like-minded blogging colleagues in a way that is relatively easy and efficient. Just go easy on the unsolicited messages. I wrote a complete review over here.

Getting the Word Out

1. Join a blog carnival: Where every blogger who joins one blogs about a topic, then each blog gets promoted. Here’s an index of blog carnivals to get you started.

2. Join blog network: Between 9rules, b5media, and others, there is networking potential, income potential, and a link-a-palooza waiting for you (through the linkroll as every member may have to link to every other member) if you’re able to get into one. Goes back to tip #1 — don’t forget to keep up your blog.

3. Participate in forums: Forums with tons of pages, huge lists of members, and a responsive community are an easy way to not only connect with other individuals, but an opportunity to tastefully demonstrate your expertise and a link back to your blog

4. Participate on larger blogs in comments: Like number three, except that by participating directly in another blogger’s comments you a) get their recognition and b) get the recognition of the blogging community. Also, here’s a tip: try and be one of the first few commenters on heavily trafficked sites to get recognized — most people won’t read past the first 10-20 comments. Here’s another tip for traffic: IF (and ONLY IF) you have posted something relevant that is pursuant to the ongoing conversation and IF the blog has a commenting policy that will allow you to do so, post a link back to a post on your own site (”hey guys, I wrote about how we can solve this problem! — check out the link over here, but let me summarize it for you … “). Sometimes you’ll be surprised at how much traffic comes back.

5. Join Blogburst: Blogburst is a type of “blog network”, which syndicates content across American newspaper’s websites, such as USA Today and Reuters. That’s right, you could get a post syndicated on Reuters. Trust me — it can happen . Highly ranked inbound links + traffic + bragging rights to your mom that your post got featured in a newspaper. Not too shabby. Also on the upside, they have a new revenue sharing scheme. The bad: read their terms of service carefully — you give up certain rights when they republish your content, and the revenue sharing works on the top100 publishers only.

6. Participate in Darren’s contests: He has enough of them, and often publishes links to all of the participants.

7. Submit to blog directories: So people can find your blog.

8. Submit to Google sitemaps: Really part of “get your house in order”, but when you do, Google will be able to find you so much easier; translation — more Google juice, more traffic, higher rankings faster. Tip: for Wordpress fans, this plugin is particularly useful.

9. Submit to article directories: You might want to submit your favourite posts to article directories, where they will enable you to have a biobox / blurb with a link back to your own blog. Again, demonstrating your expertise, and moreover, the article might get picked up in a ezine or another blog, leading to more traffic and more inbound links.

10. Get interviewed: If you’ve demonstrated your expertise, or have done something newsworthy, or reported on something newsworthy, try and get interviewed. As long as its done in a fair way (doesn’t need to be a completely puffpiece) by a site or blogger with some reknown, its more traffic for you.

11. Get listed on a news aggregator, or blog aggregator: Like Techmeme for technews, or Tailrank for blogging news. Hint: some news aggregators will actually accept submissions if you ask them nicely; double hint: try and get listed by linking to a top story within your first 100 words.

12. Create free stuff for yourself and give it away: Like ebooks, digests of your favourite posts, pdfs, and so on. Make sure to include a link back in the document, back to your site.

13. Create free stuff for other people: the same, let them distribute it, get a link back.

14. Pay for pub: Efficient means of using your cash is to buy targeted Adwords, or keywords in Yahoo’s advertising network; you could get other bloggers to write about you using PayPerPost or ReviewMe; or you purchase text link ads through Text-Link-Ads.com

Connect, Connect, Connect

1. Make friends with other bloggers: Ridiculously simple, but its true. Benefits of “networking” (making friends) include more mentions on other blogs, more requests for interviews, more partnerships in future deals, more “adds” into their MyBlogLog network, more “ads” into someone else’s blogroll (and therefore links back to your blog) — it goes on and on.

2. Guest blog: Offer to do it for free, and you’ll be able to demonstrate what you know to an entirely new audience. Gives you great credibility, and of course, most will allow a courtesy link back to your own blog. A free foot-in-the-door to some communities as well.

3. Volunteer, intern, scut-monkey your way into a blogger’s graces: Maintaining a highly trafficked site is a lot of work. Offer to volunteer your time with menial behind the scenes stuff (moderating posts, acting as a bird dog for news) for free and with a smile, and you’ll get a foot-in-the-door with the blogger, their network, and future opportunities.

4. Get hired: You never know which blog organizations are looking to hire new bloggers; again, an opportunity to demonstrate your knowledge, meet new bloggers, and open tons of professional “doors” … because now that you’re getting paid? You’re a “pro-blogger”, mate!

5. Network in person: Find other local bloggers using services like Meetup, and see if they’re literally getting together to commiserate about blogging or their topic of blogging. If you’ve got the time, there’s nothing that makes an impression as actually meeting someone in person. Tip: bring a business card; Another tip: if you don’t have any, make some; yet another tip: if important people are going to be there, really — try and go. Remember, you didn’t know me before Problogger, but I met Darren in person at a function in Toronto that played a part in me writing this. Think about that.

6. Join virtual groups: Through Yahoo Groups, Usenet, and more; then bring the conversation off the group with emails and instant messages. Be friendly, be helpful, and it will pay dividends.

7. Cross promote: Once you’ve gotten to know people, you can kindly remind them to promote posts that you’re particularly proud of; or, vote for your submissions on Digg or your social bookmarking site of choice. Reciprocate.

Make Social Media Work For You

1. Facebook: Its a social network that has opened its doors behind its college beginnings. Anyone can sign up. Start connecting with old friends and colleagues, like any other social network. But, unlike other social networks (as far as I know), you can import your own blog’s RSS feed, so that your connections can see what you’re blogging. Who knows where that might lead? Update: Myspace also allows this function, i believe.

2. Join Helium: Helium is a new site that is actively looking people to head new categories of content. Think a paid “about.com” — for its authors. If you have a particular interest that isn’t yet served on Helium you might want to check it out; besides giving you cash for content, it’ll also demonstrate your authority in a topic, and you’ll be able to leverage Helium’s own traffic for your own blog through a linkback on your profile.

3. Yahoo Answers! A similar idea; but this time, you’re answering questions that people are posting. Yahoo! is quite careful about spam, however, and including a “signature” is a dicey proposition at times. There is a fairly sophisticated registry and voting system that tries to prevent “gaming”, but given how much traffic yahoo! answers gets, AND its inclusion as a separate result area in Yahoo SERPS (Search Engine Results Pages) it might be something worth looking into.

4. Create a Squidoo Page Lens: On a given related topic to your blog; participate in the Squidoo community; Squidoo has a ton of traffic, and you could funnel traffic and tastefully include links to other relevant sites and perhaps your own blog.

5. Use MySpace Marketing: Far beyond the confines of this post, but in a similar fashion to Squidoo, the idea is to capitalize on the HUGE amount of traffic MySpace gets (some interesting thoughts over here). Create a profile, create relevant content and links back. Start adding friends. Comment on your friends space. Join groups. Start enjoying the trickle back traffic.

6. Get Dugg / Netscaped / Reddited / Stumbled upon: Whole articles (and sites) are written about the intricacies of socially bookmarking. Here’s a tip: focus on creating great content, make friends on these sites if they allow you to, and submit your stories judiciously. ‘Nuff said (for now).






Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Smoking !!

When your parents were young, people could buy cigarettes and smoke pretty much anywhere — even in hospitals! Ads for cigarettes were all over the place. Today we're more aware about how bad smoking is for our health. Smoking is restricted or banned in almost all public places and cigarette companies are no longer allowed to advertise on TV, radio, and in many magazines.

Almost everyone knows that smoking causes cancer, emphysema, and heart disease; that it can shorten your life by 10 years or more; and that the habit can cost a smoker thousands of dollars a year. So how come people are still lighting up? The answer, in a word, is addiction.

Once You Start, It's Hard to Stop

Smoking is a hard habit to break because tobacco contains nicotine, which is highly addictive. Like heroin or other addictive drugs, the body and mind quickly become so used to the nicotine in cigarettes that a person needs to have it just to feel normal.

People start smoking for a variety of different reasons. Some think it looks cool. Others start because their family members or friends smoke. Statistics show that about 9 out of 10 tobacco users start before they're 18 years old. Most adults who started smoking in their teens never expected to become addicted. That's why people say it's just so much easier to not start smoking at all.

How Smoking Affects Your Health

There are no physical reasons to start smoking. The body doesn't need tobacco the way it needs food, water, sleep, and exercise. In fact, many of the chemicals in cigarettes, like nicotine and cyanide, are actually poisons that can kill in high enough doses.

The body is smart. It goes on the defense when it's being poisoned. For this reason, many people find it takes several tries to get started smoking: First-time smokers often feel pain or burning in the throat and lungs, and some people feel sick or even throw up the first few times they try tobacco.

The consequences of this poisoning happen gradually. Over the long term, smoking leads people to develop health problems like heart disease, stroke, emphysema (breakdown of lung tissue), and many types of cancer — including lung, throat, stomach, and bladder cancer. People who smoke also have an increased risk of infections like bronchitis and pneumonia.

These diseases limit a person's ability to be normally active, and they can be fatal. Each time a smoker lights up, that single cigarette takes about 5 to 20 minutes off the person's life.

Smokers not only develop wrinkles and yellow teeth, they also lose bone density, which increases their risk of osteoporosis (pronounced: ahs-tee-o-puh-row-sus), a condition that causes older people to become bent over and their bones to break more easily. Smokers also tend to be less active than nonsmokers because smoking affects lung power.


Smoking can also cause fertility problems and can impact sexual health in both men and women. Girls who are on the pill or other hormone-based methods of birth control (like the patch or the ring) increase their risk of serious health problems, such as heart attacks, if they smoke.

The consequences of smoking may seem very far off, but long-term health problems aren't the only hazard of smoking. Nicotine and the other toxins in cigarettes, cigars, and pipes can affect a person's body quickly, which means that teen smokers experience many of these problems:

  • Bad skin. Because smoking restricts blood vessels, it can prevent oxygen and nutrients from getting to the skin — which is why smokers often appear pale and unhealthy. An Italian study also linked smoking to an increased risk of getting a type of skin rash called psoriasis.
  • Bad breath. Cigarettes leave smokers with a condition called halitosis, or persistent bad breath.
  • Bad-smelling clothes and hair. The smell of stale smoke tends to linger — not just on people's clothing, but on their hair, furniture, and cars. And it's often hard to get the smell of smoke out.
  • Reduced athletic performance. People who smoke usually can't compete with nonsmoking peers because the physical effects of smoking (like rapid heartbeat, decreased circulation, and shortness of breath) impair sports performance.
  • Greater risk of injury and slower healing time. Smoking affects the body's ability to produce collagen, so common sports injuries, such as damage to tendons and ligaments, will heal more slowly in smokers than nonsmokers.
  • Increased risk of illness. Studies show that smokers get more colds, flu, bronchitis, and pneumonia than nonsmokers. And people with certain health conditions, like asthma, become more sick if they smoke (and often if they're just around people who smoke). Because teens who smoke as a way to manage weight often light up instead of eating, their bodies lack the nutrients they need to grow, develop, and fight off illness properly.

Kicking Butts and Staying Smoke Free

All forms of tobacco — cigarettes, pipes, cigars, and smokeless tobacco — are hazardous. It doesn't help to substitute products that seem like they're better for you than regular cigarettes, such as filtered or low-tar cigarettes.

The only thing that really helps a person avoid the problems associated with smoking is staying smoke free. This isn't always easy, especially if everyone around you is smoking and offering you cigarettes. It may help to have your reasons for not smoking ready for times you may feel the pressure, such as "I just don't like it" or "I want to stay in shape for soccer" (or football, basketball, or other sport).

The good news for people who don't smoke or who want to quit is that studies show that the number of teens who smoke has dropped dramatically. Today, about 23% of high school students smoke.

If you do smoke and want to quit, you have lots of information and support available. Different approaches to quitting work for different people. For some, quitting cold turkey is best. Others find that a slower approach is the way to go. Some people find that it helps to go to a support group especially for teens. These are sometimes sponsored by local hospitals or organizations like the American Cancer Society. The Internet offers a number of good resources to help people quit smoking.

When quitting, it can be helpful to realize that the first few days are the hardest. So don’t give up. Some people find they have a few relapses before they manage to quit for good.

Staying smoke free will give you a whole lot more of everything — more energy, better performance, better looks, more money in your pocket, and, in the long run, more life to live!




Thursday, September 17, 2009

Selamat Hari Malaysia !!!!!!

Selamat Menyambut Hari Malaysia 2009..

Regards from,
Bossing..

Photo from Dbosfm



Tuesday, September 15, 2009

How to Convert Youtube to MP3

Hi everyone,

Youtube is a site that allow us to watch movies, songs, documentary, news and etc... Myself personally use Youtube for an entertainment, music and its almost everyday.

Before this, I totally have no idea on how to convert Youtube to MP3 Format, until i found this useful site:

http://www.video2mp3.net/index.php

Video2mp3 is a free YouTube, MyVideo, Clipfish, Sevenload, Dailymotion, MySpace to MP3 Converter and allows you convert and download a video to MP3 file online. This service is fast, free, and requires no signup. All you need is a Video URL, and our software will transfer the video to our server, extract the MP3, and give you a link to download the audio file. So you are able to listen to your favorite YouTube tracks on every MP3 player

How To: Download MP3 from a video

Enter the URL from any YouTube, MyVideo, Clipfish, Sevenload, Dailymotion or MySpace page, click 'Convert' and this application will quickly grab the flash video file and extract the audio as a downloadable MP3. Depending on the size of the file, it may take a minute or so - please have patience.

So now, everyone can enjoy converting online videos to MP3..

Regards,

Bossing...




Monday, September 14, 2009

Tottenham Hotspur 1-3 Manchester United


Before i post the news,, " Glory-Glory Manchester United" hehehe..

Manchester United brought Tottenham Hotspur's unbeaten start to an end after coming back from behind.

United were a goal down after a minute and reduced to 10 men but still recorded victory in a pulsating match at White Hart Lane that ended Tottenham's 100 per cent start to the Barclays Premier League season.

Jermain Defoe's acrobatic strike opened the scoring but United have a history of comebacks against Spurs - 5-2 last season and 5-3 eight years ago - and they levelled through Ryan Giggs' free-kick.

Anderson drilled home before the break, and despite playing the last half an hour without Paul Scholes, Wayne Rooney sealed victory with a cool finish before the end.

This is what we call Cool Dude!



Pelancong Korea dan Pegawai Imegresen!

Seorang pelancong dari Korea, pertama kali menjejakkan kakinya ke Malaysia. Ketika di KLIA, dia sampai ketempat untuk pengesahan kemasukkannya ke negara ini, iaitu Imegresen. Setelah menyerahkan pasportnya, pegawai Imegresen itu pun bertanya beberapa soalan kepadanya.

Pegawai : “Nama?”

Pelancong : “Pak Yu.”(sebutan dalam loghat Korea)

Pegawai Imegresen merasa amat marah dan menjerit, “FUCK YOU!, jangan main-main dengan saya. Sekarang sebutkan nama penuh kamu!”

Pelancong: “Pak Yu Tu.”

hahahahaha,,...

Happy Monday!


Thursday, September 10, 2009

The Memory at Labuan!

opps.. Fong Kee Club: main Story
Trip To Labuan: Photo Courtesy from all photographer, Gdong, Olumis, Mesh, Kuai, Sabas:

The Bosku Team.. haha, ow ya..Anak Angkat uncle Fong Kee Juga
Perbincangan atas feri.. haha,
ni time di pelabuhan ni.. haha.. relax.. relax...

Our group at War Memorial,..macam kamu. happy.. haha
The War Memorial View.. sia rasa, sia tu d atas tu.. haha
Beta Apartment, simple disscussion before exploring Labuan
Gaya2 yang cukup berbeza.. haha
The Staring Team.. tiba2 ada c olumis p sisip2 pula.. ahahaha
Ni la krete yang kami guna sepanjang masa di Labuan.. haha, kereta yang pandai buat pengumuman.
Mtself, Ollen, Sabas, and Jason
BERGABUNG!.. haha...
The Fong Kee Team.. haha
This is an advice: jangan lumpat dari tempat tinggi, membahayakan kesihatan anda..
Sabahan Kung Fu Movie.. haha, My self and Bosku Albert..
Swiming Pool!

Suatu percutian yang sangat menyeronokkan, walau pun ada yang nda berapa kena sikit, tapi paham-pahamlah kalau mabuk kan. Biasala, Labuan baitu, the Land of Beer. Hmmm.. kepada kawan-kawan, biarla kita simpan memori di Labuan bersama-sama, yang manis, kita kenang bersama, yang pahit, buang jauh-jauh.. haha.. Kita semua pun sudah besar untuk memikirkan mana yang baik, mana yang buruk kan.. haha.. Kalau sia ada bikin apa-apa yang nda brapa menyenangkan hati, minta maaf banyak-banyak kio.. Yang penting relax aja.. ow ya, actually banyak tempat yang dilawati bah.. tapi, teda plak ambil gambarnya.. next time mesti rajin ambil gambar.. bukan ingat beer saja! i'm waiting for the next trip to labuan...

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Proton Saga Kelabu



Ogumu no sinding do wagu baino, nga au do olihuan do sinding Blues tokou.. ( ala, nda cempion plak cakap dusun ni)

Banyak lagu dusun baru sikarang, memang siuk-siuk didengar, tapi lagu lama susah untuk dilupakan.. Walaupun sia sendiri seorang generasi baru, namun, lagu-lagu lama Dusun or Kadazan, masih lagi menjadi keminatan.. sia pun tidak tau kenapa.. masing-masing ada sebab sendiri kenapa minat lagu-lagu lama ni kan..

Bagi sia sendiri, lagu-lagu lama ni mengingatkan zaman budak-budak sia.. huh.. trus terasa rindu pula.. antara lagu pujaan adalah lagu John Gaisah, Jokteo Akang, dan macam-macam lagi la..

satu lagu yang memang sia nda buli lupa ialah Proton Saga Kelabu.. Mantap Siot!! haha.. na, siapa2 yang susah mau cari ni lagi, sia letak sini blog sia untuk tatapan bersama k..Siuk begia ni kan.. hehe


Rakyat M'sia di Jakarta diancam dengan buluh runcing


Mahasiswa Indonesia bertindak memijak bendera MALAYSIA sebelum dibakar


Rakyat M'sia di Jakarta diancam dengan buluh runcing

Sep 8, 09 7:58pm

Jabatan Penuntut Malaysia di Jakarta hari ini menasihati semua pelajar Malaysia di seluruh Indonesia supaya sentiasa berhati-hati memandangkan kebencian segelintir rakyat negara itu yang semakin
memuncak berikutan penyebaran pelbagai fitnah oleh media massanya kebelakangan ini.

Jabatan itu telah menghantar khidmat pesanan ringkas (SMS) bagi menasihati semua pelajar Malaysia di Jakarta khasnya, agar jangan sekali-kali melalui Jalan Diponegoro bagi mengelak kejadian yang tidak diingini.

Kebencian mereka itu memuncak kepada tahap yang serius dan menakutkan, berikutan media tempatan baru-baru ini menyiarkan berita dan visual lebih 360 sukarelawan ilmu kebal yang dilaporkan sudah mendaftar dan bersedia untuk mengganyang Malaysia.

Kebencian mereka itu memuncak lagi apabila hari ini terdapat sekumpulan orang yang menggelar diri mereka sebagai Benteng Demokrasi Rakyat (BENDERA) mula bertindak liar dengan mengugut rakyat Malaysia dengan buluh runcing di Jalan Diponegoro.

Dilaporkan bahawa 50 anggota BENDERA yang bersenjatakan buluh runcing (buluh yang ditajamkan hujungnya) memaksa orang ramai yang melalui jalan itu menunjukkan tanda pengenalan mereka dan jika kebetulannya orang berkenaan seorang rakyat Malaysia maka orang itu akan terus ditahan.

Tindakan mereka mengambil undang-undang di tangan sendiri dilaporkan media massa online tempatan termasuk detikcom.

Sebelum ini pernah rumah kediaman yang disewa pelajar Malaysia di Universiti Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta dibaling telur busuk oleh kumpulan yang berdemonstrasi terdiri daripada sekumpulan mahasiswa tempatan kerana marahkan Malaysia yang difitnah sebagai mencuri tarian Pendet yang berasal dari Bali.

Berikutan isu itu yang terus diapi-apikan media massa tempatan dan dikaitkan pula dengan isu-isu lampau yang diungkit semula, beberapa kumpulan rakyat Indonesia juga berdemonstrasi di depan Kedutaan Besar Malaysia di Jakarta.

Walaupun penafian telah dibuat bahawa Malaysia tidak pernah "mencuri" tarian itu untuk iklan video klip promosi pelancongan negara yang sebenarnya dibuat sebuah syarikat swasta yang berpejabat di Singapura, namun hakikat itu "jatuh ke telinga yang tuli dan mata yang buta".

Anehnya, sebuah stesen TV yang baru saja menyiarkan program dialog di mana seorang pegawai tinggi Kementerian Luar Indonesia memberikan penjelasan bahawa Malaysia tidak pernah mengakui Pendet sebagai tarian berasal dari Malaysia, namun stesen TV yang sama juga kemudian mengulangi lagi tuduhan yang serupa.

Laman web okezone pula melaporkan bahawa anggota BENDERA ada memeriksa lebih daripada 100 orang.

Bagaimanapun, detikcom melaporkan tiada seorang pun rakyat Malaysia yang kebetulan melalui jalan itu dan tindakan yang dikatakan akan dilakukan selama sejam, berakhir hanya selepas setengah jam.

Credit to Mr Virgonz

Rakyat M'sia di Jakarta diancam dengan buluh runcing


Mahasiswa Indonesia bertindak memijak bendera MALAYSIA sebelum dibakar


Rakyat M'sia di Jakarta diancam dengan buluh runcing

Sep 8, 09 7:58pm

Jabatan Penuntut Malaysia di Jakarta hari ini menasihati semua pelajar Malaysia di seluruh Indonesia supaya sentiasa berhati-hati memandangkan kebencian segelintir rakyat negara itu yang semakin
memuncak berikutan penyebaran pelbagai fitnah oleh media massanya kebelakangan ini.

Jabatan itu telah menghantar khidmat pesanan ringkas (SMS) bagi menasihati semua pelajar Malaysia di Jakarta khasnya, agar jangan sekali-kali melalui Jalan Diponegoro bagi mengelak kejadian yang tidak diingini.

Kebencian mereka itu memuncak kepada tahap yang serius dan menakutkan, berikutan media tempatan baru-baru ini menyiarkan berita dan visual lebih 360 sukarelawan ilmu kebal yang dilaporkan sudah mendaftar dan bersedia untuk mengganyang Malaysia.

Kebencian mereka itu memuncak lagi apabila hari ini terdapat sekumpulan orang yang menggelar diri mereka sebagai Benteng Demokrasi Rakyat (BENDERA) mula bertindak liar dengan mengugut rakyat Malaysia dengan buluh runcing di Jalan Diponegoro.

Dilaporkan bahawa 50 anggota BENDERA yang bersenjatakan buluh runcing (buluh yang ditajamkan hujungnya) memaksa orang ramai yang melalui jalan itu menunjukkan tanda pengenalan mereka dan jika kebetulannya orang berkenaan seorang rakyat Malaysia maka orang itu akan terus ditahan.

Tindakan mereka mengambil undang-undang di tangan sendiri dilaporkan media massa online tempatan termasuk detikcom.

Sebelum ini pernah rumah kediaman yang disewa pelajar Malaysia di Universiti Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta dibaling telur busuk oleh kumpulan yang berdemonstrasi terdiri daripada sekumpulan mahasiswa tempatan kerana marahkan Malaysia yang difitnah sebagai mencuri tarian Pendet yang berasal dari Bali.

Berikutan isu itu yang terus diapi-apikan media massa tempatan dan dikaitkan pula dengan isu-isu lampau yang diungkit semula, beberapa kumpulan rakyat Indonesia juga berdemonstrasi di depan Kedutaan Besar Malaysia di Jakarta.

Walaupun penafian telah dibuat bahawa Malaysia tidak pernah "mencuri" tarian itu untuk iklan video klip promosi pelancongan negara yang sebenarnya dibuat sebuah syarikat swasta yang berpejabat di Singapura, namun hakikat itu "jatuh ke telinga yang tuli dan mata yang buta".

Anehnya, sebuah stesen TV yang baru saja menyiarkan program dialog di mana seorang pegawai tinggi Kementerian Luar Indonesia memberikan penjelasan bahawa Malaysia tidak pernah mengakui Pendet sebagai tarian berasal dari Malaysia, namun stesen TV yang sama juga kemudian mengulangi lagi tuduhan yang serupa.

Laman web okezone pula melaporkan bahawa anggota BENDERA ada memeriksa lebih daripada 100 orang.

Bagaimanapun, detikcom melaporkan tiada seorang pun rakyat Malaysia yang kebetulan melalui jalan itu dan tindakan yang dikatakan akan dilakukan selama sejam, berakhir hanya selepas setengah jam.

Credit to Mr Virgonz

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Playing Paint Ball at UMS ODEC

Last week, Sunday, 6/9/2009, i was at UMS ODEC with some of my officemate with a big mission.. haha.. we rockin' the Paint Ball..Yups.. on that day, i was so excited, and i really want to shoot someone..You must be very busy with your daily task in office.. same to me.. so i really want to stressed it all out, by playing Paint Ball.. Actually, Paint Ball is a safe game( as told by the instructor, she is my net friend actually.. MS AngelBear).. This is me & my friend, i'm wearing BBKK T-Shirt lor...blue one.. i like it..
This is my friend, doing their warm up.. common, do it man..
Both of them superb.. yups... got action.. the lady with sun glasses is one of the instructor.. The lady with blue scarf is my friend.. ceh.. you really rock in that image.. You got the style.. yeah.. but finally... was shoot and got some tattoos.. haha.. " Celaka, Tembak Perut".. haha.. i remember that phrase.
The Team doing their exercise,, warming Up
This is me.. in action.. haha, i was assigned as a runner.. penat juga la.. belari sana-sini...get ready....
me with the costume.. argghh.. my long sleeves.. macam kg-kg durang bilang.. thats not mine la.. i just borrowed it from my friend.. Next time, need to buy one set of Paint ball costume.. baru la...

Naahh.. the Boss giving instruction. cannot do this.. cannot do that.. bla..bla.. and bla.. haha.. actually, i know her.. she is Ms AngelBear.. one of the blogger.oppsss.. ko tegas pula kan.. hehehe
This is what we call teammate!we must plan before action.. During the warming up session, our group manage to complete the task gave by the marshall( butul kaini).
Yups, in the dangerous field, i was assigned as a runner.. Took the risk in a high spirit, and lastly, ended with a very fast breathing.. oh.. my asthma attacked me? hmmm... i manage to slow it down.. yeah..
This is the guy who shoot me.. see, i was aimed by him.. if i have a hand bomb on that time, ko la dulu sia kasi bom!.. haha.. men2 saja bah..
The shooter.. haha.. very pro.. The guy in black is Yahya.. ceh.. too brave, but you can't surpass our base.. rasain lo!! haha
This is our team.. hehe
I was told that the bullet's is 300 feet per second, if i not mistaken la.. imagine if the bullet alight in any part of your body.. huh.. Lebam bro....


Some details about Paintball:
Paintball is a sport in which players eliminate opponents by hitting them with pellets containing paint (referred to as a paintball) from a paintball marker.Paintball markers were originally powered by carbon dioxide cylinders, but the rise of electropnuematic markers made compressed air a necessary propellant for some. A line of Tippmann pump marker, the Tippmann C3, was powered by propane. It was made for players who did not have access to any Co2 or HPA fills. The gun wasn't very successful, and has since been discontinued.


The Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association estimates that over 5.4 million people played the game in the United States in 2007, with over 1.9 million playing at least 15 times.
Games can be played either indoors or outdoors and take various forms which are generally divided between woodsball also known as bushball played in natural, wooded terrain and speedball played on a level, rectangular field covered with inflatable geometric shapes such as 'cans' and 3 sided pyramids.

Rules for playing paintball vary widely. The most common form involves two opposing teams seeking to capture their opponent's flag and return it to their starting position, but other objectives may include eliminating all of the other team's players, eliminating a specific player, defending or attacking a particular point or area, or capturing objects of interest hidden in the playing area. Depending on the style of paintball played, a game can last from seconds to hours.


Paint Ball is good game for those who want to build a Team Building. To be a sucessfull paintballers, you need a good communication.. you should communicate with your team mate, and the most important thing is, you should form a proper plan & strategi.

What i can say after playing Paintball? i'm speechless.. its enjoy and wonderful, even i've wounded. I really statisfied.

In KK itself, we have a good paintball company , KK Paint Ball Centre, i would like to give my both hand thumbs up to them. I really admire the leadership and the way their organize the game.. and one thing, the person there very-very friendly..

For those who keen and interested in Paintball, please directly contact my friend,:

Gabrielle Sheila
Field Manager
Tel:088-727445 or 016-8459991
or email to: info@kkpaintballcentre.com.

For more details about the KK Paint Ball Centre, please visit :www.kkpaintballcentre.com

Thanks & Regards ,
Bossing

Saturday, September 5, 2009

Saranghaeyo Korean Festival in Kota Kinabalu.


The first ever Korean Festival will be held at Kota Kinabalu in this month. Don't forget to witness the beautiful fan dance from the Korean Folk Culture and also the Korean BBoys group, the exciting Korean Hip Hop/ Breakdancer performance.

The event details as follows:

Venue: 1 Borneo Ballroom
Date : 25&26 September 2009
Time: 7.oo pm onwards

Tickets are priced at RM30 and RM50; net proceeds will go to a charitable organization. Tickets can be obtained at the Sabah Tourism Board office on Jalan Gaya, 1Borneo Hypermall or at Sri Pelancongan Sabah at Sinsuran. for more information, do not hesitate to contact Mr Humprey Ginibun of Sabah Tourism Board at 088-212121, or Ms Susan Shahira of Sri Pelancongan Sabah at 088-232121.


Friday, September 4, 2009

Life really boils down to 2 questions...

1. Should I get a dog.....?
OR...

2. Should I have children?
Now that I made you smile, pass it on to someone else who needs a laugh today!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Just to let you know I'm thinking of you today.
No matter what situations life throws at you...

No matter how long and treacherous your journey may seem..

Remember there is a light at the end of the tunnel.

You're laughing aren't you?
That's good 'cause my job here is done!

Have a great day and remember to give thanks.....

Peace be with you....