Monday, January 31, 2005


Not that Professional Wrestler lah! That singer.

Yeah yeah! the one with similar hair style like me.

Yes! that's the one.

What do you mean by he got the better version? He got the blonde version while mine's the black/brunette version lah. That's all. We just opt for different version marhhhh. But in truth it is the same. Like car colour lah. Got blue, got green one.

Of course he is older than me. What the f**k you're trying to say?

OIT! I'm a genius OK! Too much thinking thus the less hair thing. Not because I'm old!

aiyoh!!! He is a Musical genius marh. That aint the same.

Phill Collins? HAH!! that is a true genius. Look at his hair lah ye dolt!

Van Diesel shaved lah. He wants to look geniusy only.

What? Of course Phill Collins older than me. Genesis exist before I was born what?

What? This is not about Phill Collins. this entry is about Sting. What the heck you're yapping about?

What? Its about hair? you !@#^#^*##$^!#&$%&*$^&@$@


Sorry for the interruption. Got this nosey bugger I need to take care off. Anyway, where were we?

Oh! Sting.


Once I was asked, if there's a concert that I want to go which would I choose. Back then I can't decide between a U2 and Sting. Such a fan I am that it comes head to head with U2 on the concert toss. Also please bear in mind I never been to a paid non-Rock concert before.

And also I have some 6 of his CDs. Original ones mind you.

But since last Saturday I've been struggling with work. Trying my darndest to finish it on time. The fact that my staff didn't show up last weekend just makes things worse. I got one report that is due this on Tuesday. Yes, the same day of the concert and the Federal Territory ("FT") day. (To my client I don't have weekends and holidays you see)

As for the reports there's another one due on Wednesday which makes it doubly impossible to go to the thing.

Have you ever feel you're fighting a losing battle? Have a mountain to climb and just can't see the top no matter how hard you try?

At times like these -which happened much too frequently nowadays-, I would just grit my teeth and get down to work. If there's anything you can accuse me off it can never be for not trying and giving my best shot I find it as increasingly difficult to do. I was told that I'm bloody good at crisis management. Well, yeah! If everyday is a crisis I think I'll be a crisis myself lah.

All of this brings us back to the Sting concert. I haven't bought the ticket. Didn't have time to go and buy one. Most probably won't have the time go to but I am still going to give my best shot! Thus hear ye World!

Shookme WILL get his hand on the tickets and ............... ermmmm....... I'll concentrate on getting the tickets for now.

Now, where can I find a kind soul to help me with the tickets?


Yes, I'm going alone.

No you dimwit it is not because I can't find a date.


ugh!! why the f**k you're talking? I just broke your jaw?

what? only 1 side? you shut yer mouth or I'll break the other side.

na ahhh!


ugh!!! don't blame me I've warned you.


Friday, January 28, 2005

kindy, starwars and me

Eversince my lack of education in terms of kindy was made known to the masses (read : blogworld) I got loads of tease and what not whenever I was being blurry (intentionally or honest blur case). The latest was when we're talking about some car's handling characteristic being stable where I conveniently deviate it to other meaning stuff or something similar like staple, staples, stabile etc. And there goes the kindy thingy was brought up for my lack of understanding of the word. So, while being bashed left right centre I thought of this scenario.

SCENE : Starwars. - Luke on the ground writhing in a fetal position and Obi Wan Kenobi is watching over him

"Resist the dark force Luke" says Obi Wan.

"Resist? Easy for you to say lah! You don't even have a body. You're a freakin hologram! How can you understand pleasure of the flesh?! Unless, there's a hologram reproductive fun too. Is there? Is there?" retort Luke with saliva dripping at the side ala an excited and expectant Gollum ....

Luke continues writhing on the floor. His eyes starts to water and Obi wan looks very "interesting" now.

"ARRRRRRGHHHHHHH! Obi wan. What's that blue pill in your drawer and labelled "Aphrodish#@_ something"? Before eating the pills I only have slight fever and now....... I'm feeling this great urge. Help!" Yelp Luke

Rolling his eyes Obi wan says

"You didn't go to Kindy don't you?"


Wednesday, January 26, 2005

looking up!

just had my shower.
................................Feeling fresh and good.

client seems kinda ok
............................ oh I wish it can't mean nothing but good.

The sofa is beckoning
........................ I think I'm gonna tuck myself in


work update

Stress level : worse from last post
coolness level : cooler than ice
energy level : reserve mode
work progress : 40% (actually its more like 60% counting the just in "update" by the client)
deadline : 30 minutes ago

special mention : darn hungry!

Tuesday, January 25, 2005

Squirming baby


The Son finally decided to play with his teether. At least 3/4 of the way. And that is such a huge improvement. The thing with this firstborn of mine is that he absolutely dislike teethers. Well, maybe the first 10 minutes upon getting it brand new lah. Upon realising that the teether aint' as cool as daddy's Astro remote, or daddy's handphone or even his own hand he'll quickly discard it in search of a cooler items.

Of some significance is his continuous amazement of his 2 hands and how it taste. Without fail either one hand or the other will be in the mouth. Even when he was "forced" to play with the teether the smart bloke would pretend putting the teether on his mouth while in actuality he is sucking his thumb/hand that is holding the teether. Well, I'm 2 steps ahead of you buddy!

So yes he squirm and did his darndest to get out of the baby's seat but that as bad as usual since he got his hand on his teether. He actually really really try to shove the entire thing in his mouth. With groans, shouts and what not he did try. Suddenly I heard the boy's choking. ugh! the teether is like half way down his throat. Horror! So have to watch what he did with the teether and I'm glad to announce that there's only 3 times of such a "choking" happened.

not too bad eh?

Then some 1/4 of the way he starts throwing the teether around and make noises. Squirming here and there and wrestling between an unhappy boy and driving aint easy. So this that this that, gave him the milk to drink and Voila! eyes droopy and he doze off. But not before shaking his head stevie wonder style trying to shake off his sleepyness. The boy just refuse to sleep. Finally I'm at home. Carry him in the babyseat and put him on his mat.

After a few more tussle here and there he finally gave up. The result as per below

Best imitiation of "Mereka yang kecundang" IMHO. :D

Taking a break

Decided to ditch the office and pick up Junior at the babysitter. I rather deal with him squirming and trying his best to get out of the baby seat than some smart aleck telling me what to do.

What is with people being all too absorbed in their world and could not emphatised with others? What with people who think they have a higher plane of existence - be it morally, or of designation - and could not touch base with those so called lower ranking people? What with uptight people who could not be in the moment and take all that is happening around them as a joke?

What iddy said is true. Having to laugh at oneself is the most difficult thing to do. But I think what is more important is for us to realised who we really are and accept it. Of more importance however is the ability to emphatise and act accordingly to the envrionment around us. You don't want to appear in a Playboy bunny suit at a religious function do you?

relax, cool off, take a step back before firing away.

I've had it with my clients and and to top it off somebody decides to be a spoilsport and ruin a good fun.

So I'm taking my time off eventhough I can't afford too. Better to cool off before I explode.

Cheers ya'll


Over the pass year I've come to cope with and increasing level of stress. The introduction of a new client just push the envelope furhter. Nay, not envelope you dimwit! its a farking field of landmines ready to detonate for everymove you make.

I've done the sleep 2 hrs a day for 4 straight days, then there's the sleep 2 hrs daily for 2 days and the next 24 hrs of no-sleep only work.

Next come the 48 hrs of no sleep but there's food.

and the last 2 months it was 40 hrs of no sleep nor food!

notice the shorter time involved? from 4 days to a mere 40hrs?

the fucking idiot client is at it again. just received the list yesterday, confrimed today and want it this afternoon?

FUCKING HELL! that's a freakin 5 days of work!!

and they dare to give me a good lecture? I guess my icy reply cut short the teleconversation just now but I'm nowhere near icy inside. In actual fact it is boiling waiting to explode.

Must remain focus for now. Somebody must hope that I will be too drained at the end of this assignment. Either that it'll be very painful for somebody.

fucking morons!

Tuesday, January 11, 2005

tips : how to stop people from


Old aunts used to come up to me at weddings, poking me in the ribs and
cackling, telling me, "You're next." They stopped after I started doing
the same thing to them at funerals.


Monday, January 10, 2005

Nursery Rhymes

Baa Baa Black ship olly olly oold
yes sir, yes sir 3 black fool
one for the master, one for the singh
and one for the little bugger that won't sing

That is how it turns out when I sang the above all time favourite to my son. Well, so I didn't go to kindergarten but I turn out allright. Not like the kid knows what it means anyway, they just want to hear your soothing voice. That's all. Right?


ermmmmm...... not according to my friend.

After laughing herself silly hearing me sing the "Baa Baa" song, and gape in horror when I told her I sang Evanescence's and 3 Doors Down's songs to put my son to sleep. In no time at all I receive a "present". In it, the small paperbag house this super cute teeny-weeny teddy bear and more importantly a set of books in a boxset entitled "My mini library of Nursery Rhymes".

This, according to her is to achieve the following :
1. To enable my son to grow up normally
2. To prevent my son from being emotionally scarred for life from listerning to "alternate" version of kindy tunes.

I was on the way to my usual booming laugh when she gave me the face and continue with "This is a two pronged strategy to cure the junior and you too. It might be too late for you but we can always try"


check out the "cure it all kindy-handicapped-father" kit

* note 1 : the AA battery is to give a better gauge of the size of these cute little things
* note 2 : Ok, the lil' teddy bear might not be a great idea since my above average 6 months son can swallow it full but what can you expect from somebody who doesn't have a child of her own? ehehehhe!!! anyway, thanks luv! ;)

Friday, January 07, 2005

Song : U2 - Sometimes You Can't Make it On Your Own

Enough of The Edge, I want to be Bono!

Thus I downloaded U2's lyrics and sang my heart out this morning.

So there I was singing in the car (yeah so it is dangerous, the traffic aint moving ye dolt!) singing my heart out to "Vertigo", then "Miracle drug", then "Sometimes you can't make it on your own" and then the next thing I know it is song no 7 "Of a man and a woman".

I was lost.

This song was written by Bono about his father. Their somewhat broken relationship and his father fight with cancer and his death. I've always like this song, it is beautiful. However, this morning having finally got hold of the lyrics it is just so different. All those feelings that I kept shut for ages and reluctantly open a tiny opening once a year reared itself unchecked.

Never have a song moved me and touched me this way, nor do I think any ever would either. I totally feel what he feels and to think that I've been singing to the song and got struck when I'm 3/4 into the song just emphasis the beautiful structure of the song. The way it build up from a gentle start before soaring to greater heights just beautiful and perfect.

The bridge which starts with "I know that we don’t talk" is the one that struck me and 3 lines later when he proclaim "sing, you're the reason that I sing" just so full of raw emotions and honesty that it just moved me so.

never have I been so touched by a song like this.

Go on now, get the lyrics, be alone somewhere and listen to this song. A great song captures and relay its message clearly and this one is flawless.

Sometimes You Can't Make it On Your Own

Tough, you think you’ve got the stuff
You’re telling me and anyone
You’re hard enough

You don’t have to put up a fight
You don’t have to always be right
Let me take some of the punches
For you tonight

Listen to me now
I need to let you know
You don’t have to go it alone

And it’s you when I look in the mirror
And it’s you when I don’t pick up the phone
Sometimes you can’t make it on your own

We fight all the time
You and I… that’s alright
We’re the same soul
I don’t need… I don’t need to hear you say
That if we weren’t so alike
You’d like me a whole lot more

Listen to me now
I need to let you know
You don’t have to go it alone

And it’s you when I look in the mirror
And it’s you when I don’t pick up the phone
Sometimes you can’t make it on your own

I know that we don’t talk
I’m sick of it all
Can - you - hear - me – when – I -
Sing, you’re the reason I sing
You’re the reason why the opera is in me…

Where are we now?
I’ve got to let you know
A house still doesn’t make a home
Don’t leave me here alone...

And it’s you when I look in the mirror
And it’s you that makes it hard to let go
Sometimes you can’t make it on your own
Sometimes you can’t make it
The best you can do is to fake it
Sometimes you can’t make it on your own

Wednesday, January 05, 2005

Tsunami - Relief update : Aceh is Go

I just came back from Yayasan Salam in PJ to enquire about latest update on the Tsunami Aid in Aceh and the needs and donts of donations.

Good News! Goods delivery to Aceh can now resume as confirmed by personal at the Salam Foundation. I've also got a list of items needed and not needed at the moment.

Items NOT needed : Clothes

Items needed :

1. Dry food items - canned or packed food
2. Baby Milk (formula)
3. Baby disposable diapers
4. Medicines
5. Telekong, sejadah / prayer clothing for women & prayer mats for muslims

so help what we can.

when i was there some 400 boxes of Cap Ayam Sardines and canned food was being unloaded and items loaded into the FedEx lorry to be delivered. Had a chat with the uncle who delivered the goods. We chatted about the need for food and he in his somewhat limited grasp of the Malay language spoke to me about the horror of those abduction of childrens in those affected area. His dissapointment and anger of that incident is clearly relayed and he ask for us to pray to god for protection for these helpless victims.

So let us pray!

oh yes. No need for clothing yet, there's plenty left. For those who want to help you can contact Yayasan Salam at 03-7958 4021 or go to their website at


Yayasan Salam Malaysia
8 Jalan Utara, 46200 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Tel: (603) 7958 4021
Fax: (603) 7958 4031

Loading and unloading

Excess clothing?

Tuesday, January 04, 2005

Tsunami - blogger challenge

This bloke by the name of Anders is going to donate USD1 to the British Red Cross for every blog who link to him plus all the links to the organisations stated in his blog. There's a cap of USD 500. So let's see how fast can he reach that amount eh?

This is the original post

Anders Jacobsen: Webloggers: Give to tsunami victims and I'll give too!

So here goes

International aid organizations:
UNICEF (United Nations Children's Fund)
United Nations' World Food Programme
Medecins Sans Frontieres / Doctors without Borders (donate!)
CARE International
The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

Disasters Emergency Comittee (DEC) - comprises a raft of aid agencies, including the below and others
British Red Cross
Save the Children UK

North America:
American Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
Save The Children

Anders Jacobsen: Webloggers: Give to tsunami victims and I'll give too!

Tsunami - Update on relief work

A friend updated her blog on the latest relief work and the current situation. Do read up

Tsunami - Avenue for Donations Part VI - Various - mostly foreign bound

as per Malay Mail

Foreign bound :

* Asian Tsunami Disaster Fund. Donations in cash or kind will be given by the Foreign Ministry to victims in other countries. For details, call 03- 88874000 or 03-88874386.

* The Sun Tsunami Emergency Supplies Fund. Supplies such as bottled water, food and medicines will be sent to Banda Aceh and Sri Lanka. Cheques to "TheSun Tsunami Emergency Supplies Fund" and sent to Sun Media
Corporation, Lot 6, Jalan 51/217,

Aceh Bound

* Utusan Malaysia's Tabung Kemanusiaan Acheh. Cheques to Utusan Melayu (M) Berhad and sent to Utusan Melayu (M) Bhd, 46M, Jalan Lima off Jalan Chan Sow Lin, 55200, KL.

Sri Lanka

* Bakti, or the Association of Wives of Ministers and Deputy Ministers, is raising cash and contributions for victims in Sri Lanka. Call 03- 88888022 for details.


* The MRCS-National Press Club Relief Fund. Cheques can be made out to
the Malaysian Red Crescent Society and sent to MRCS offices nationwide or
the NPC at Jalan Tangsi, Kuala Lumpur.

Tsunami - Avenue for Donations Part V - Buddhist Tzu-Chi Merit Society Malaysia

Buddhist Tzu Chi Merit Society Malaysia - Collecting in Navy Blue tops and long white pants

If you want to contribute:

Donation Account:
Maybank A/C 004-067-500-119

Contact Info (if you want to verify):
Buddhist Tzu-Chi Merit Society Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur Liason Centre)
43-45C, 47-49C (3rd Floor) , Jalan SS 25/2, Taman Bukit Emas (Tmn
Mayang), 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
603-7880 9048
603-7880 8158

Our Chinese Websites:

Our English Websites:

Buddhist Tzu Chi Merit Society Malaysia - Collecting in Navy Blue tops and long white pants
I am from this org. and we have been going around pasar malam, pasar pagi, foodcourts, restaurant, shops, shopping malls, etc. since last week to appeal for donation. The response has been overwhelming so far...
thanks to everyone *Smile .

FYI, more than a hundred volunteers are already in countries - Thailand, Indonesia, Sri Langka and India providing emergency relief, medical assistance, etc. We need more money for long
term reconstruction (i.e. houses, schools, infrastructures, vocationla training, etc.) just as we did after the earthquake in Bam (Iran), India, Turkey and Taiwan.

We were on NTV7 live from Sri Langka at 9.30pm on Saturday (1 Jan 2005). For Malaysia, we are also mobilising huge assistance and rescue work from the day the disaster struck on 26 Dec 2004. You may read some of the news in the newspaper.

Also FYI, we are a charity NGO recognised by the United Nations, and our activities and volunteers span across nearly 40 countries around the globe. Our volunteers and those we help come from various religious background, race, etc.

Tsunami - Avenue for Donations Part IV - Acheh bound - Yayasan Salam

Yayasan Salam.
They already send a Relief Team and sending more Relief teams and need professionals to help. Other goods are also welcomed.

Team coordinator Md Ghani Ibrahim said donations of cash and kind can be
sent to :

Salam headquarters
8, Jalan Utara,
Petaling Jaya,

or call 03-79584031.


Tiger Cup Semi Final : 2nd leg - Crowd Control

I was there and so was lcti. We sat just next to the indon fans section.
Yes there were fights.

who to blame? blame the stadium management. They are not suppose to let supporters from different teams mixed. An Ideal situation should be where one set of supporter occupy a section of the stands and all of its ground, 1st & 2nd level. That way if they were to throw some missiles it'll be at their own supporters.

What happened yesterday was a disgrace.

The indonesian supporters got hold of the lower tier (G floor) facing the grandstand usually reserved for home supporters and half of the 2nd tier (1st floor).

We, the Malaysian Supporters was everywhere except the area mentioned above. Behind the goalkeeper area there's a mixed between the 2 supporters.

As usual in any match there will be stuffs thrown and what not. As usual the lower tier people will be at the mercy of those sitting on a higher tier so few missiles we're thrown by the malaysian supporters on top. When we got our first goal we we're celebrating like mad. Somewhere along the way there's that commotion on the field with the Indonesian players wanting to whack the referee.

So what happened? The indonesian fans at the lower tier throw just about everything to the field and that includes our seat's backrest. Yeap! seeing that some supporters got pissed and throw stuffs at them and some firecrackers too.

Come half time, it got worst as there's no football to divert the attention and as you guess it fights!

The indonesian supporters are obviously not happy being thrown those empty drinks and what not. Some Indonesian supporters move to the 1st tier however there are those on the 2nd tier (where we sat by the way) pulled a Malaysian from the 3rd tier and whack them.

Yeap fights! some malaysian supporters come down and protect the fellas and some peace loving indons fans too. This, that, this, that, police came and make arrest. kaotim.

The 1st tier incidents that you saw is the climax from mineral water thrown by mostly indonesian supporters to malaysian. Obviously they're not happy with those on top that throw stuff at them and they resort to overwhelmed the Malaysian supporter behind the goal and throw stuffs at them. Some even went to Malaysian supporters and push etc etc.

It was pretty much Indonesian supporters right until whatever left of the Malaysian supporters there decided to make an all out attack. Thus what you see on the telly.

What was not shown however is that The FRU confiscate several sticks (long ones), wood planks and worst of all the grille that block in between sections from the indons fans.

So it was pretty bad and ugly.

But after the game, my mates and I lead by my bro in law we make peace and ask the Indons supporters to whack Kaw the Singaporeans! Seriously. Those who are involved in the fights are the unruly ones while there are plenty good ones around.

Yeah so we fought taunts throw things at each other but after the game the same bung ajis (so the name says on the Jersey) accept our cheer and applause to them in good manner with smile.

Outside the stadium we're high fiving the indonesian supporters and exchange the headband and even took photos with them.

Don't believe? I'll post the photo in my blog later.


HANTAM SINGAPOREEEEE!!!!!!!! ehehehheehhe

Tiger Cup Semi Final : 2nd leg - Malaysia 1 - 4 Indonesia

Yeah, so we lost. There isn't much to say other than we played very well for the first 60 minutes what happened afterwards was a case of chasing the shadow. Very sad, especially after the good start.

We were 1 up in the first half, and come the second half the indonesians starts playing long ball and our defenders are too slow for their twin terror on both flanks. End result we got 1 while they got a beautiful 4.

Along the way there are fights, fireworks (illegal ones lah) and plenty of action.

I'm too devastated to wrote it all down. Thus i let the pictures do the talking


Happy and excited fans!

The support that night. The atmosphere was fantastic!


2 - 1 down and down goes this fella & at 3-1 ..................................



Nevermind. There's next time. A very optimistic fan

After the game its all friends again.

After the fights and what not here we are high fiving them outside of the stadium



To this Indonesian couple. They carry their child who is no more than 8-10 months to the game. Note the baby in the blue sling. Such enthusiasm!

Monday, January 03, 2005

Tiger Cup Semi Final : 2nd leg - Malaysia vs Indonesia : Pre-match report

I was at the National Stadium Bukit Jalil at around 1.15 with my bro-in-law. Lo & behold, there's 4 lines and each line is at least 50 metres long. Damn, am I feeling proud to see the support and enthusiasm shown by these people. So proud and happy I was that I forget the somewhat unexpected traffic congestion enroute to the stadium. The presence of those people explains it and I'm all ok for it.

2 out of 5 are in their working attire and that is a dead giveaway to the "ular"ing @ snaking that they're doing, while the others are those who are still on leave and indonesians?


no joke! there's plenty of them at least 1 for every 3 and the no of tickets that they bought is like minimum 10 each. While waiting in the long qeueu a bunch of them we're making noise. A very loud one too. For every girls or every whatever that walk their way there's a huge cheer. While we, the Malaysian supporter just keep cool for we're supposedly to be the more cultured ones and went wild only in the stadia. But under our breath I'm sure most are muttering "siap ngko malam ni. Tunggu la mat mat rempit/motor sampai. Tengok la sapa lagi bising?" translation "you wait you! Tonight when all of the motorcycle gang (ie. those on underbone bike consist mostly of despatch and clerical level) is here you'll soon see who is louder".

They occupied quite a sizeable portion of the canopied area. A friend gave me a call after receiving my sms about the "invasion" and he ask me to take photo and put it in my blog. As such, I went home, got changed and bring my digicam to the stadium againat around 3.00 pm.

Lo and behold. They're conquered almost all the good place of the canopied area up to the stairs leading to the LRT station. Chanting and god knows what else. There's a huge circle and some key figure in the middle and firing up the crowd. Don't Believe me?


and here's a pick of the key figures firing up the crowd.

and where is the malaysian supporters?

we're here

*note 1 : the obviously not happy guy in the dark blue collared shirt with the red collar holding a helmet. That's a Mat Rempit looking on and ready to rumble tonight and I'm sure he is saying "fark it, lucky I only got 1 helmet If not I'll throw this at those suckers!"
*note 2 : Notice most fellas on the rightmost line is looking away from the camera most probably in fear of "kantol" ie. caught by their bosses in the photos. EXCEPT the bald guy standing near the counter with his full office attire, white shirt and yellow tie to boot. Good luck mate!

AND here is a family amidst the sea of Indonesian supporters

*note 1 : Watch the poor kid on the left watching in awe and the other on the right running in fear to the mom. I bet both of them will question their dad about his sanity that they're watching a home game.
*Note 2 : I fully respect the family especially the mum and dad who took leave and bring the whole family over for this event. SALUT!

Right now, it seems to the Indonesian team it is pretty much a home game with such huge amount of fans at their disposals. Noisy to boot.

For us Malaysians? erm... I got 5 cancellations stating they want to watch it live at the comfort of their place and most are working. Gosh!! I sure hope most can make it in time and give our full support to our boys. What with BOTH of their feared strikers are available again and we must not concede a goal today or our away goal in the 2-1 win away won't count for much.

So out of quite a no of potential footie kaki, there's only my mate LCTI and me who is going. Over there we'll join forces with my bro in law gang that consist of 4 people and somewhere along the way we hope to hook up with my old mate Nicky with his 2 other friends.

We've done our part, now it is up to the 11 blokes on the pitch to do their job.



Liverpool 0 - 1 Chelsea

This is my reply to fellow forumner about the game. I think it give a fair and accurate representation of how i think and feel about the game.

"I really really don't think that we rely on Gerrard only. Why do
you think Alonso was earmarked to be tackled? Gerrard do all the running
but the real person who is dictating the game is Alonso. The range of his
passing is superb. Even, the studio team at football focus says there's a
possibility that Maurinho ask the players to restrict Alonso.

Lampard deserved a red card and there's no argument there. As for Penalty,
there's 2 clear ones mate. As for not being clinical, fair enough but
should Alonso is in or Lampard off who do you wonder will become victorious?

Riley is stupid at his best, and last Saturday was his worst and by god I
have no word to describe what he was on that day."

Tsunami - Avenue for Donations Part III - GIANT, COLD STORAGE & GUARDIAN stores

Now, now. There's plenty of avenue for us to do our bit. If you don't feels like giving out money for fear of it being misused (not that I infer as such but some people just don't trust intermediaries). Why don't you use these avenues to help.

It is basically in every town/community. So it is easy for you to do your bit while stocking up on your groceries or just pass by these shops.


ALL GIANT, COLD STORAGE & GUARDIAN stores except East Msia.

they're working wid Red Crescent. Accept cheques and in kind ie

1. basic essentials rice, sugar, cooking oil, flour, salt, milk powder & bottled water
2. instant noodle & biscuit
3. beverages milo, instant coffee & tea bags
4. toiletries ie soap, shampoo
5. canned food

This appear in last Friday's newspapers.


Tsunami - Avenue for Donations Part II - Shopping + Ikea

For those who feels they want something in return for their money you can go to Ikea and buy some stuff and the proceeds will go to the Tsunami Disaster Fund. Yes! that's the one, the one at Mutiara Damansara / Ikano Power Centre. There's a section with quite a no of items of which the proceeds was earmarked for donations.

The Items is at the Ground Floor, right next to the escalator from the top floor/cafetaria. The items even enjoy some discount (some up to 40+ %). So you won't lose.

You'll get :

the lovely Ikea stuff
you save money from the discounts
you'll be donating at the same time too

Never have been donating felt so good!

Go on now, you got no reason not to!

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