Saturday, November 21, 2009

Pic of the day!

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Asian Wolverine

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Women with bigger breasts found to be smarter

A STUDY conducted in the United States showed that women with big breasts are not necessarily less intelligent than those who are less endowed.

Quoting a Singapore newspaper article, Sin Chew Daily said women with bigger breasts were found to be smarter instead.

It said the study was conducted in Chicago to find out whether the size of a woman’s bust affected her brain power.

The study, involving 1,200 women, was conducted by a female researcher. The subjects were divided into five groups, from extra small to extra big.

The report said it was possible such women were smarter due to the higher level of female hormones that could result in better development in the brain.

The daily also reported that a youth almost missed his honeymoon after being caught gambling illegally in a shophouse in Kuching on Monday.

The youth was supposed to board a flight to Japan with his wife the next day and risked losing about RM20,000 in travel fares.

He was among 10 individuals who were caught in a police operation.

However, the youth’s wife pleaded with the counsel who appealed in court. The youth was released on police bond. He has to report immediately to the court upon returning to the country on Nov 18.

Source :

Sunday, November 8, 2009

Five robbers killed in shootout with police


KLANG: Police shot dead five suspected robbers in a shootout after a high speed car chase in Taman Klang Utama at 12.30am Sunday.

The five, believed to be dangerous and high on the wanted list, were involved in at least 10 robberies in Selangor and the Klang Valley for the past one year.

Selangor CID chief Senior Asst Comm II Datuk Hasnan Hassan said a team from the Klang district serious crime division spotted the five men in a Perodua Kelisa in Lorong Sungai Keramat around 12 midnight.

Realising that they were being followed, the robbers tried to forced the police car off the road while firing a few shots at them.

The police then returned fire while giving chase.

The suspects’ car seemed to have gone out of control and crashed into a monsoon drain, said SAC Hasnan.

It is believed that the five were killed in the car during the shootout.

Source :


Wonder why every time Malaysian police confronted suspected robber, they will all shot dead by our police force without any survivor? I believe police can only shot suspect only in a form of self protect and their priority is to bring these criminal to court if they are found guilty after thorough investigation. I am just wondering if one day I was robbed and kidnapped by a robber and police unaware bout my situation. Would I be shot as well? Would I be tag as hardcore criminal?

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Maldives government dives for climate change

GIRIFUSHI, Maldives (AP): Members of the Maldives' Cabinet donned scuba gear and used hand signals Saturday at an underwater meeting staged to highlight the threat of global warming to the lowest-lying nation on earth.

President Mohammed Nasheed and 13 other government officials submerged and took their seats at a table on the sea floor - 20 feet (6 meters) below the surface of a lagoon off Girifushi, an island usually used for military training.

With a backdrop of coral, the meeting was a bid to draw attention to fears that rising sea levels caused by the melting of polar ice caps could swamp this Indian Ocean archipelago within a century. Its islands average 7 feet (2.1 meters) above sea level.

"What we are trying to make people realize is that the Maldives is a frontline state. This is not merely an issue for the Maldives but for the world," Nasheed said.

As bubbles floated up from their face masks, the president, vice president, Cabinet secretary and 11 ministers signed a document calling on all countries to cut their carbon dioxide emissions.

The issue has taken on urgency ahead of a major U.N. climate change conference scheduled for December in Copenhagen. At that meeting countries will negotiate a successor to the Kyoto Protocol with aims to cut the emission of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide that scientists blame for causing global warming by trapping heat in the atmosphere.

Wealthy nations want broad emissions cuts from all countries, while poorer ones say industrialized countries should carry most of the burden.

Dozens of Maldives soldiers guarded the event Saturday, but the only intruders were groupers and other fish.

Nasheed had already announced plans for a fund to buy a new homeland for his people if the 1,192 low-lying coral islands are submerged. He has promised to make the Maldives, with a population of 350,000, the world's first carbon-neutral nation within a decade.

"We have to get the message across by being more imaginative, more creative and so this is what we are doing," he said in an interview on a boat en route to the dive site.

Nasheed, who has emerged as a key, and colorful, voice on climate change, is a certified diver, but the others had to take diving lessons in recent weeks.

Three ministers missed the underwater meeting because two were not given medical permission and another was abroad.

Friday, October 2, 2009

Dog for sale?

found this at ad... My advice to the advertiser, replace the dog with a nice model..

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Friday, September 11, 2009

Extreme protest

In case you wonder, it's a real shit.

Monday, September 7, 2009

Monday, August 31, 2009

Accident in PLUS ( south )

I was travelling back to melacca on 30/08/09, the traffic is smooth all the way and suddenly there is this massive jam in front. As time flies by, this is what i saw after the jam. Hopefully the driver is alright.

Saturday, August 22, 2009

Up (2009 film)

This animation is good, funny & loveable. Would be a great family film over the weekend. The story is about cranky old man and an overeager Wilderness Explorer who fly to South America in a floating house suspended from helium balloons.

Main characters
Edward Asner as Carl Fredricksen. Docter and Rivera noted Asner's television alter-ego Lou Grant had been helpful in writing for Carl, because it guided them in balancing likeable and unlikeable aspects of the curmudgeonly character. When they met Asner and presented him with a model of his character, he joked "I don't look anything like that." They would tailor his dialogue for him, with short sentences and more consonants, which "cemented the notion that Carl, post-Ellie, is a disgruntled bear that's been poked awake during hibernation".

Jordan Nagai as Russell, a Wilderness Explorer stowaway on Carl's flying house. He accompanies Carl in order to earn his "assisting the elderly" badge: the only one he doesn't have. Though he has never really been to the wilderness, he is depressed that his father is always too busy to spend time with him; on their journey, Russell makes a comment to Carl that suggests that Russell's father and mother are no longer together.Russell's design was based on Pixar animator Peter Sohn.Docter auditioned 400 boys in a nationwide casting call for the part. Nagai, who is Japanese American showed up to an audition with his brother, who was actually the one auditioning. Docter realized Nagai behaved and spoke non-stop like Russell and chose him for the part.Nagai was seven years old when cast. Docter encouraged Nagai to act physically as well as vocally when recording the role, lifting him upside down and tickling him for the scene where Russell encounters Kevin. Asian Americans have positively noted Pixar's first casting of an Asian lead character, in contrast to the common practice of casting non-Asians in Asian parts.

Bob Peterson as Dug, a talking golden retriever with a collar that translates his thoughts into comical-sounding English, and is the odd duck out of a pack of dogs with similar collars owned by Muntz. All dogs of the pack have a strange obsession with squirrels. Peterson knew he would voice Dug when he wrote his line "I have just met you, and I love you," which was based on what a child told him when he was a camp counselor in the 1980s. In the closing credits of the film Dug is shown to have had puppies with an unnamed female dog that strongly resembles him. Also in the film Ratatouille, Dug's shadow is seen on a wall barking at Remy.

Peterson also voices Alpha, a talking Doberman Pinscher and the leader of Muntz's pack of dogs. Pete Docter has stated that Alpha "thinks of himself as Clint Eastwood", but despite his menacing appearance, a malfunction in his collar occasionally causes his voice to sound comically high-pitched and squeaky, as if he had been breathing helium. The normal voice for his translator chip is a resonant, intimidating bass; Russell notes that he likes the faulty voice better. With both voices, Alpha has a roundabout speech pattern that causes his sentences to be longer than necessary. It should be noted that Alpha is the character's rank in the pack, rather than his name.

Kevin, a large, flightless tropical bird. Russell impulsively gives the bird a male name, only later learning that Kevin is female. Near the end of the film, it is shown that Kevin has three baby tropical birds.The bird's iridescent appearance is based upon the male Himalayan Monal Pheasant.

Christopher Plummer as Charles F. Muntz, the antagonist. He was an adventurer Carl and his wife admired when they were children. He departed for South America after scientists claimed he had faked his discovery of the skeleton of a 13-foot tall bird (Kevin's species), vowing to find a living specimen. Unfortunately, the countless years he spent there has made him greedy and paranoid, believing anyone who came to Paradise Falls was after the bird to steal his glory. He is an avid dog lover and inventor, being able to train them to do practically anything, and has invented devices that translate their thought into speech. Pete Docter compared Muntz to Charles Lindbergh and Howard Hughes.

Monday, July 27, 2009

Security guard ‘slapped’ by ghosts?

TAMIL Nesan front paged a report of a security guard who was said to have been slapped by ghosts in Port Dickson.

It said S. Albert 32, was making his rounds of bungalow houses in Taman Indah Mas at about 5.30am on Friday when he heard noises coming from a vacant unit.

He shone his torchlight through the window and was shocked to see mysterious white figure with red eyes and long hair.

Albert ran to the guards control room and inform his colleague who told him that his face had scratch marks and was bleeding.

Residents who got wind of the incident gathered with batons and sticks to check the empty bungalow but found nothing suspicious.

Policemen later broke the locks to enter the bungalow and found nothing unusual. The crowd were left stunned when the scratch marks on Albert’s face disappeared the moment he washed it with water.

Source : The star online

Monday, July 13, 2009

Atlantis Hotel @ Dubai

Hi, my friend send me some picture of Atlantis Hotel, Dubai which seems interesting. Enjoy!