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Saturday, August 4, 2012

Kajang Premium Outlet

Salam to all.

I don't know if there's anymore followers of this blog, but I am currently trying to start up a small business selling all sorts of items, ranging from baby essentials to women's accessories at Hope you guys can have a look at the website and see if anything interests you :)

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Man vs Animal

In Santiago, Chile, a dog rescues his furry friend who was hit by a vehicle. See the video below.

Meanwhile, in Foshan, China, this happened (viewer discretion advised).

Who's the one with the 'hati binatang' now?

p/s: The toddler has since died from her injuries.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Palestinian-Israeli Prisoner Swap

There was a prisoner swap between Hamas and the Israeli government today.  An Israeli soldier was traded in exchange of hundreds of Palestinians. And Yahoo! decided to cover the story with the headlines, "Israeli soldier very excited to go home".

I wonder whether the hundreds of Palestinians (most probably just civilian) freed actually even have a home to go to. 

Kids These Days

The world of technology is ever evolving. What was the in thing as recent as a few months ago might be so yesterday today. Back in my days, there were cassettes,  the Walkman, VHS. Ask kids these days and they'd have no clue to what I just mentioned above. 

And with such advanced technology like the smartphones and tablet computers, its a matter of time before people would no longer know books and magazines. Case in point, see video below.

I wonder what the future holds.

Thursday, October 13, 2011

What Grinds My Gear (2)

I promised another raya issue for 'What grinds my gear'.

What really grinds my gear is that, as far as I can remember, TV stations are always airing ghost movies during the raya period. Why?

No comment
I understand that syaitan has finally been released after a month of being chained. So by airing these ghost movies, are they like celebrating the occasion? Absurd Malaysian culture. And I'm not even gonna comment on the ridiculousness of said movies.  

That really grinds my gear.

Minyak Gamat

This thing called minyak gamat (sea cucumber oil extract) works wonders! Whatever it is, be it cuts, bruises, itching, muscle pain, or aches, this potion can insyaAllah relieve you of that pain.

I remember a long way back after my circumcision, the doctor said he heard that putting minyak gamat would help. So minyak gamat was applied to everyday and when I revisited the doctor a week later, he was amazed to see no scarring.

The potion
Amazingly, this medicine is mostly used only traditionally. I would suspect that such would have great potential if more research and advertisement were to be put into this medicine. 

I admit, the sea cucumber looks weird.

Friday, September 30, 2011

What Grinds My Gear (1)

With Syawal finally over, my first two 'What Grind's My Gear'(s) would be about the raya celebration here in Malaysia.

What really grinds my gear is all the sad, depressing raya songs they play over and over again on the radio/tv. Is that even necessary? How many people out there are actually sad during raya? But a few I would suppose. Eid was supposed to be a day of joy and rejoice, after a month of fasting.

"Everyone else is out praying, but here am I, all alone, mending my broken heart,"
said one of the very rare sad guys during eid.
Since when did it become a day to be sad? Did hipsters have a thing to do with this? LOL. The only possible reason to be sad is because Ramadhan has just passed, and you don't know whether or not you'll make it to next year's (and sad for missing out a day(s) of fasting is also acceptable). But these songs have got nothing to do with that. The songs are always about not being able to balek kampung, being sorry for past mistakes (you had a whole month of Ramadhan for that!) and the 'coup de grace' of all sadness, breaking up with your partner. I mean really? Who would break up during eid.  

That really grinds my gear.