Sabtu, 24 Julai 2010

Who Said That A Men Always Forgotten Their Annivasery

A woman awakes during the night to find that her husband was not in their bed.
She puts on her robe and goes downstairs to look for him. She finds him sitting at the kitchen table with a cup of coffee in front him. He appears deep in thought, just staring at the wall. She watches as he wipes a tear from his eye and takes a sip of coffee.

"What's the matter, dear?" she whispers as she steps into the room. "Why are you down here at this time of night?"

The husband looks up, "Do you remember 20 years ago when we were dating, and
you were only 17?" he asks solemnly.

The wife is touched thinking her husband is so caring and sensitive. "Yes, I do," she replies.

The husband pauses. The words are not coming easily. "Do you remember when
you father caught us in the back seat of my car?"

"Yes, I remember," says the wife, lowering herself into a chair beside him.

The husband continues..."Do you remember when he shoved a shotgun in my face and said, "Either you marry my daughter, or I will send you to jail for 20 years".
"I remember that too", she replies softly.

He wipes another tear from his cheek and says... "I would have gotten out today!"

Supplements For An Active Ladies

I married with an active ladies. My wife actually the one who teach me a lot about supplement. This is what she eat for herself and some of its description. I learn from her habit and write it here.

Iron is good for women who are tired all the time, according to the article, because when ion is low, the body has less haemoglobin, less oxygen and less energy. Menstruation and a diet lacking in red meat can increase the case of iron deficiency. It noted women need to take an iron supplement for at least six month to build up the body's stores.

Ladies who work indoors may need extra vitamin D because it’s produced when the body is exposed to sunlight. There is an article recommended taking a supplement with 1,000 IU a day and getting 10 to 15 minutes of unblocked sunlight a few times a week. For those who are never in the sun, a supplement of 2,000 IU a day is better. It said to look for vitamin D3 supplements in health-food stores.

Caricol, which is a branded liquid supplement derived from organic papaya fruit, is good for digestive issues, noted the article. Papaya contains the enzyme papain, which can help reduce constipation, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and bloating.

For those women who want to “glow with health,” I suggested magnesium. Modern farming practices reduced magnesium levels from our soil, and cooking high-magnesium foods such as green, leafy vegetables often destroys what's left. To get enough of this mineral, it recommended eating nuts and dark chocolate, but said even with those in the diet, most women are deficient. Along with a multivitamin that contains magnesium, it recommended 400 mg in an additional supplement.

Besides for the earlier mention of papain, the article said other digestive enzymes are good for women prone to bloating. Stress, rushing meals and undiagnosed food sensitivities can make it hard for the body to break food down into the small particles needed to effectively extract nutrients, noted the article, so enzymes can help.

 Lastly, it said that probiotics help boost immune systems because diarrhea, antibiotics and a high-sugar diet deplete the healthy bacteria in the digestive tract. This means “bad” bacteria can invade the body’s defenses causing illness.  Although many yogurts contain a good amount of probiotics, the article said, women should watch out for the high sugar content of these products. Probiotics can also be found in pill form.

Jumaat, 23 Julai 2010

The Star.. What A Succcess

Published: Friday July 23, 2010 MYT 7:34:00 PM

Bujang Valley to be nominated as a world heritage site

KUALA LUMPUR: Within the next year or two, the latest archeological site discovered at Bujang Valley in Kedah, the evidence of the earliest civilisation in Southeast Asia, will be nominated to be a world heritage site.
Universiti Sains Malaysia's (USM) Global Archeological Research Centre Director (PPAG) Director Prof Dr Mohd Mokhtar Saidin said Malaysians should be proud with this newest discovery as it provided strong evidence of an earlier civilisation complete with a structured social strata plus the advanced know-how.
He said the discovery, a joint effort by USM and Information Communication and Culture Ministry, discovered artefacts and sites of earlier civilisation at Sungai Batu in the valley.
At 10 of the 87 sites excavated, researchers discovered two iron-smelting furnaces, three jetties built near the river and a still-intact building believed to be used for rituals apart from several other structures that included the remnants of a store and hall.
Dr Mohd Mokhtar said this at the recent International Conference on Bujang Valley and Early Civilisation in Southeast Asia here.
"In terms of geology, there was a lot of iron at the foot of Gunung Jerai. Hence the people at that time carried the iron ore for some 2.0 km to Sungai Batu to be smelted.
"Among people in the society (in the earlier civilisation), there were miners and labourers who worked at the smelting furnaces apart from constructing the buildings. If there was construction then there were also architects as the buildings were properly built.
"This indicated a well-structured society. There must have been a headman and engineers to be able to build such structures. Just imagine that these were already available during the first century and the people had advanced technology (at that time)," he said.
According to Dr Mohd Mokhtar, after he received a proposal from the ministry, he devised a method to measure the ancient sea, river and lake water level in order to determine the existence of the early civilisation there.
Dr Mohd Mokhtar's research revealed that in the first, second and third centuries, the higher sea level had submerged sites of the earlier civilisation.
"And I discovered that the earliest site is at Sungai Batu and I went there. I was right as there were bricks in the soil surface at the oil palm estate there. "We made an exploration and we found (artefacts) that dated back to the early first century. In all, there are 87 sites within four square km," he said.
Dr Mohd Mokhtar and his excavation team comprising students and staff of USM's PPAG began the excavation on Feb 1, 2009 after receiving RM5 million grant from the National Heritage Department and Higher Education Ministry.
They began digging and their exploration work involved 87 sites where excavation at 10 spots was completed.
Dr Mohd Mokhtar said to verify and 'validate' the discovery, foreign experts were invited to view for themselves the artefacts and archeological sites.
"We have brought the conference's participants to visit the site on July 4 and they were indeed surprised to know that Malaysia has evidence of the earliest civilisation in Southeast Asia".
He said findings at the 10 excavated sites showed that the structure found were used for religious rituals.
At that time, the civilisation was believed to have practised animism and worshipped Gunung Jerai as the structure was built facing the mountain.
"In the first, second and third centuries, they (did not have religion) and worshipped the surroundings or practise animism.
“From there onwards we can see the development, before the arrival of Hinduism and Buddhism. Then in the fourth and fifth centuries, they embraced Hinduism and Buddhism.
"Finally in the ninth century, the locals became Muslims," he said.
"However in the Bujang Valley civilisation, the society there had reached civilisation and they already acquired garments, education apart from a social structure," he said.
Dr Mohd Mokhtar said members of the archeological and excavation team would continue with their research to look for other evidence of civilisation there.
"We have only excavated 10 sites, we are looking for other evidence (like) where are the graves? When we find the graves and excavate them, then we will know how the people were.
"We are also looking for their how big was their village and whether the people had lived separately from their leaders and so forth".
The International Conference on Bujang Valley and Early Civilisation in Southeast Asia was held on July 5-7.
Some 100 participants including archealogists from 11 countries India, United States, Vietnam, Philippines, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Indonesia, China, Myanmar and United Kingdom attended the conference.
A total of 28 working papers on the early civilisation in Southeast Asia, India and China were discussed during the three-day conference. - Bernama

Daily Nutrition

I have finished read about nutrition. It is a good knowledge for me. Good knowledge for my health actually. After reading those book, now I understand why my wife created her blog. It all about sharing her knowledge with her readers. You all can see her sharing at..

After reading that book I realize that supplement is important to my or our life. It is because I or we never eat or take enough nutrition and mineral everyday. Luckily now I used to taken some of it daily, although it still not enough. After this I will take the basic supplement that important for my body everyday. I wanted to have a healthy life. This is because I can't buy health with money.. Actually, no one can..

Try Your Logic By Answering This Riddles

A man went on a trip with a fox, a goose, and a sack of corn. He came upon a stream which he had to cross and found a tiny boat to use to cross the stream. He could only take himself and one other - the fox, the goose, or the corn - at a time. He could not leave the fox alone with the goose or the goose alone with the corn. How does he get all safely over the stream?

Take the goose over first and come back. Then take the fox over and bring the goose back. Now take the corn over and come back alone to get the goose. Take the goose over and the job is done!

Khamis, 22 Julai 2010

Support For "Save The Earth Campaign"

Today I have a boring days. So I have gone for some walk with my wife. Guess what, I saw many sad thing. I did not intend to write it here, so I just want to remind myself and all of you about our friendly environment.
Why? I think you all know why there is many campaign on saving the earth launched. So, I hope that we all support the campaign and hope that what I have seen today can be controlled.

What Is My Dreams In the Future..

Suddenly I think about my dreams again..
I hope after I struggle a lot, I must achieved my goals..
My goals are:
- To have buying power where money is enough for everything
- I have a good health
- I have a lot of time to spend with my family

How is it feel when I get all of my goals came true..
I can go where ever I want, without thinking of budget..
Everyday is a holiday..
Maybe some people will think that I'm crazy to have that dreams..
But for me, I will struggle to make it come true..
Then people will know that everything can happen..
But I still have a long journey to go..
Now I want to set that I will have money freedom before I'm 30..
It will be my first task to success..
The challange begins now..

"Ya Allah Ya Tuhanku, berikanlah aku tenaga untuk melakukannya. Tabahkanlah hatiku
untuk meneruskan perjalanan hidup ini".....Amin...

Pulau Besar, Melaka, Malaysia

Today I just want to share about Pulau Besar. Actually I live nearby. Pulau Besar looks like a pregnant lady lying on her back. The locals around Pulau Besar revere the island and attribute it to many legends. It has also become a place of pilgrimage to a large number of Indian Muslims in Malaysia. Many pilgrims come to Pulau Besar to visit a mausoleum believed to be of a Wali, Sultan Ariffin Syeikh Ismail Waliallah. There are also numerous other graves visited by pilgrims such as that of Datok Janggut, Datuk Puteh and Nenek Kebayan. The group of 7 graves called Makam Tujuh Beradik were torn down by the state religious department during the 90's when the state government initiated construction work to build a hotel and golf course on the island. The resort operated for a few years before it eventually closed.

At the highest point on the island exist a large boulder that is split down the middle. It is named "Batu Belah" and is a favourite destination for local pilgrims. There also exists a cave which is said to be the place of meditation for another Wali named Yusof. Near this cave, it is claimed one can see the footprint of the Wali on a boulder. In 1997 the Malaysian government labeled such practices as deviant and tore down many buildings that were erected around the mausoleum. This caused an uproar in the Indian Muslim communities which frequented Pulau Besar. By 2006, a new hall had been built using private funds from many Indian Muslim businessman.

The island is considered a holy place by local believers. Visitors are advised to abstain from consuming pork on the eve of the day of visit and throughout their stay there. They are also to be in their best behavior while on the island. Visitors can board motorboats at Pernu, Umbai for the short trip to the island. Accommodation is available at a smaller hotel namely Chandek Kura Hotel. Many visitors however pitch tents along the coast. Food is easily available from the few stalls there. Free food and drinks are also available from the Wakaf Makam Tujuh Beradik.

Something Nice To Try

Today I found something that nice and cool.
You also can have some income with it.
What you need to do is to open this link..


Try it and you will now....

Rabu, 21 Julai 2010

Impressive Move

For a while I bought things or stuff at the shop or supermarket. Nowadays, I bought my certain stuff at my own shops. Maybe you will say I'm crazy, but that is a fact. Although not all thing I can bought in my shop, but still all that I can buy is actually I will expenses it every month.

How lucky I'm when I'm brave enough to change my brands. Guess what, I get RM 25.75 for my last month expenses. It's means that I will get money from what I buy. How interesting it is. I will expand what I'm doing so that I can get more.

If you want to know how I did it, I will share it with you. Just leave your comment or contact me at 012-7792757..

Click For Money

I just made this link..
opened it and you will know how I generate some income with it..

Just sharing..

Article About Subsidy Cut..

I have save this article for a sharing purpose. It is a good info actually.


Tuesday July 20, 2010

Why subsidy cuts should not raise prices

Question Time

There are ways that the tiny increase in costs can be managed to avoid any change in the prices of goods sold.
I HAVE a problem whenever I go for my teh tarik. I just simply cannot get them to reduce the sweetness to the appropriate level. First, it was kurang manis, then it was kurang, kurang manis, now it is kurang, kurang, kurang manis, but it still does not work.
Perhaps it is because they use condensed milk, which has loads of sugar in it and you need enough of it to give teh tarik the right colour – the rich reddish, brown colour of Klang River after a storm.
I have resorted nowadays to asking for teh si kosong, which is tea made with evaporated milk, the kosong indicating that no sugar is to be added. The results have been favourable.
What’s the point of all this? There is a sugar surfeit in our coffee shops and tea stalls. They are quite happy to fill your drinks with sugar to the brim, figuratively speaking, even if you insist you don’t want it too sweet.
The implication is that they can cut the increase in the cost of sugar by just reducing the amount of sugar proportionately – and we, the consuming public, will readily welcome it, as our repeated pleas for kurang manis fall on deaf, or rather un-listening, ears.
Let’s look at the figures. The price of sugar has gone up 25 sen to RM1.90 per kg, an increase of just over 15%. Given that there is so much sweetness in our food, all one has to do not to suffer from the sugar price increase is to cut usage by roughly about a seventh.
I will be more than happy if my cuppa had a seventh less sugar, or for that matter, I would be very happy if any other product that contained sugar had its content reduced by a seventh too.
Condensed milk manufacturers can cut sugar content by a seventh and so can soft drink manufacturers and, in the process, they will have products which are less harmful to health.
The pleasing and palatable conclusion from this is that the increase in the price of sugar need not at all result in the price of products containing sugar increasing if we just simply cut the amount of sugar in them by the same amount.
Unfortunately, the results are not as good for the other products, basically fuel, on which subsidies have been reduced.
But still most, if not all, of the cost increases as a result of this can be mitigated by taking other measures because the increases have been so small.
Let’s start with RON 95 petrol. Most cars can use this quite safely.
The increase in price was five sen to RM1.85 a litre. That is an increase of a mere 2.7%. For most people, intelligent driving such as not accelerating sharply, switching off if idling for more than a minute, inflating tyre pressure to the correct level, maintaining vehicles in proper condition etc, will easily bring about a saving of 2.7%.
The same applies for RON 97 petrol and diesel.
If all that is not possible, then the average person using a vehicle can reduce the usage of the vehicle by 2.7% by perhaps walking short distances, for instance.
A list of fuel-savings tips can be found at Most of us can adopt some of these to our needs.
What about public transport, you ask. Diesel prices have gone up a slightly higher 2.9% and therefore the same arguments would apply. The other thing that people like express bus operators will benefit from is to ensure their drivers keep within speed limits.
Ask anyone who drives on the highway and they can tell you a hair-raising tale or two about express bus drivers and the speed at which they drive. Someone should tell them that express does not mean exceeding the speed limit and driving recklessly.
Besides improving the safety record, driving at lower speeds significantly reduces fuel consumption and I dare say if express buses kept to their speed limits they will save at least 3% of their fuel costs and hence completely mitigate the increase in fuel prices.
The point then is that not only are the price increases very little for fuel, there is plenty of potential for full cost recovery by other means.
Whether it is sugar or fuel, what the authorities must take note of is that there is absolutely no justification for anyone to increase prices based on these subsidy reductions.
Of course, there is no assurance that will be the same for future subsidy cuts, but for now, there must be no price increase and the authorities must ensure that. Any attempt at profiteering by unscrupulous traders must be instantaneously cut.
> Managing editor P. Gunasegaram is eagerly looking forward to a less sweet glass of teh tarik some time soon.

Selasa, 20 Julai 2010

Advantages Of Being A woman.

 Why it's better to be a Woman!

1. We got off the Titanic first.

2. We get to flirt with systems support men who always return our calls, and are nice to us when we blow up our computers.

3. Our boyfriend's clothes make us look elfin & gorgeous. Guys look like complete idiots in ours.

4. We can be groupies. Male groupies are stalkers.

5. We can cry and get off speeding fines.

6. We've never lusted after a cartoon character or the central female figure in a computer game.

7. Taxis stop for us.

8. Men die earlier, so we get to cash in on the life insurance.

9. We don't look like a frog in a blender when dancing.

10. Free drinks, Free dinners, Free movies ... (you get the point).

11. We can hug our friends without wondering if she thinks we're gay.

12. We can hug our friends without wondering if WE'RE gay.

13. New lipstick gives us a whole new lease on life.

14. It's possible to live our whole lives without ever taking a group shower.

15. We don't have to fart to amuse ourselves.

16. If we forget to shave, no one has to know.

17. We can congratulate our team-mate without ever touching her butt.

18. If we have a zit, we know how to conceal it.

19. We never have to reach down every so often to make sure our privates are still there.

20. If we're dumb, some people will find it cute.

21. We don't have to memorize Caddyshack or Fletch to fit in.

22. We have the ability to dress ourselves.

23. We can talk to people of the opposite sex without having to picture them naked.

24. If we marry someone 20 years younger, we're aware that we look like an idiot.

25. Our friends won't think we're weird if we ask whether there's spinach in our teeth.

26. There are times when chocolate really can solve all your problems.

27. We'll never regret piercing our ears.

28. We can fully assess a person just by looking at their shoes.

29. We know which glass was ours by the lipstick mark.

30. We have enough sense to realize that the easiest way to get out of being lost is to ask for directions.

I don't know what wrote now but I just read this jokes. Just want to share with you all.

Malaysia's Handicraft - WAU

When I lay down suddenly I remember about one uncle in Terengganu, Malaysia. He liked to makes a beautiful Malaysian traditional craft, WAU. Here I want to share about it.
One legend says that farmers used kites as a kind of flying scarecrows in the fields. The sound made by the kites lulled their children to sleep, so they could work with little interruption. Another popular belief is that coastal inhabitants once employed fishing kites made from palm leaves and fitted with a line and hook to catch fish.

In making a wau, bamboo is used for the frame.  The bamboo is split and soaked in mud for two weeks. This prevents the bamboo from being attacked by weevils as well as makes it more flexible.  The bamboo splits are made into a complex but lightweight frame, tested with one layer of paper and making alterations accordingly to make sure the kite is structurally sound. Next, the patterns are meticulously cut from rice-paper and glued on piece by piece to form intricate motifs. 

      Apart from the performance and appearance of the Malay kite, the sound is considered important as well. The sound created or dengung as it is called, depends on the force of the wind. The higher the kite flies and the faster the wind, the higher the pitch, making the sound ... w-a-u-u-u,   w-a-u-u-u. There are various types of wau such as wau kuching (cat kite), wau merak (peacock kite), and wau bulan (moon kite). Each wau also comes with a different design and size.

Isnin, 19 Julai 2010

Friends Forever

Today I just wanted to share what the meaning of friendship. I suddenly think about this issue when I saw a unique things that happen at my mother in law house last weekend.

When I taken my breakfast, I saw..

Actually my wife parents love pets. They even make their old house as a pet house. If you came here, you will know what I mean. Is it curious when a cat a chiks can live together. Here I realize that when they staying under one roof, anything can happen.
Due to this, I'm wondering why we as human being always figthing with each other. Even an animal now which is better..

Ahad, 18 Julai 2010


It was rainy day. My wife have gone to her facial class. I don't know what to do. But have decided to make cold and juicy soy bean for my wife. Actually soy beans has a lot of nutrition inside. So, it is good for our health. Here some info about soy beans..

Soybeans are the only legume containing all nine essential amino acids (the only proteins the human body can't manufacture on its own). Soybeans have no cholesterol and are low in saturated fats and sodium. They are an excellent source of dietary fibre. They are high in iron, calcium, B vitamins, zinc, lecithin, phosphorous and magnesium. (However, it is important to note that a lot of this goodness in lost or diminished by processing soybeans. Tofu, for example, contains 28 percent less iron, only 10 percent of the fibre and B vitamins and none of the vitamins A and C found in cooked whole soybeans.)