Friday, January 29, 2010

howwwzattt... jack of all trade master of none...

Hmm... let see. What do we say of "Rakyat Didahulukan Pencapaian Diutamakan".

I've read it here on how this current administration is going to launch this mission "Misi Perdana de'Everest 2011" which is going to be launched this April.

First. Why are we so motivated in conquering the Everest?

Since the day of Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay many have try their best to conquer the world highest peak which is somewhere in the Himalaya and many had failed.

I remember a few years back, the nation had sent an expedition with the same goal which is to conquer.

If my mind did not failed me, they did not even set foot on the same soil as Edmund and Tenzing.

Ok, bluntly I make it to the point. Who will bear the cost for the so called mission?

Is it the current administration? Is it the private sectors?

If it was the private sectors, then I would not mind. Perhaps, they have too much money to splash around. Yes, why not we splash our money on the Everest. That would be cool isn't it?

But, what if it is the current administration who will bear and absorb all the cost and financial obligation?

Talking about the administration/government money, is just like talking about the rakyat money.

I never gave my consent in using my hard earned money (read income tax) for the administration to have anything to do with a mission to Mount Everest.

Is it a priority for us when TV3 airing the episode "Bersamamu" week after week?

For me conquering Everest is sooooooooo yesterday, not to say that I encourage the current administration to find some other venues to pour their money into...

Monday, January 25, 2010

howwwzattt... and how was that...

A hectic year I presumed and it is just January, there are more than 11 months to go.

I keep asking myself nowadays, what am I to write anyway and did I betrayed my promise that I'd made few years back on blogging about my experiences, my observations in live etcetera etcetera.

I always imagined myself as a thinker, poet, philosopher, artist, writer and many others from those various branches of art form. In reality check to my dismay, I was just an ordinary dreamer.

The irony is, many great names are dreamers. They dreamt of better things, advancements and many things that beyond the wildest imagination of the non-believers.

Ahh... now you might assume that I was just trying to give a benefit of the doubt to myself.

Well, a dreamer will always be a dreamer... first...

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

howwwzattt... di perang ini...

Aku cuba untuk menulis...

Di perang ini, kota itu sudah lama aku tinggalkan
Di perang ini, aku berlari kencang melewati angin
Di perang ini, roh dan jasadku tetap utuh membara
Di perang ini, aku masih lagi menghunus pedang dan perisai besi
Di perang ini, cambuk berduri singgah merobek kulit dagingku
Di perang ini, tubuhku masih lagi berdarah dan di selimuti rasa benci
Di perang ini, hijau adalah warna semalam
Di perang ini, seusia aku lewati perbatasan menggalas noda menjulang janji
Di perang ini, darah mengalir mengisi lembah aku berdiri
Di perang ini, aku dinoda dengan dendam dan kesumat
Di perang ini, raunganku bukan untuk didengari
Di perang ini, aku masih tercari-cari siapakah musuhku
Di perang ini, aku tangisi gugurnya pohon tempatku berteduh
Di perang ini, luluh sudah setiap kudrat dan tenagaku
Di perang ini, kekuatanku sudah terbatas
Di perang ini, kekhilafanku masih pada yang lalu
Di perang ini, aku masih lagi berlari
Rupanya di perang ini, adalah perangku di dalam diri...

Monday, January 11, 2010

howwwzattt... i think not...

The low-cost airline would charge passengers less on “bar stools” with seat belts around their waists.

Michael O’Leary, the chief executive, has already held talks with US plane manufacturer Boeing about designing an aircraft with standing room. He is now seeking approval from the Irish Aviation Authority before ordering a new fleet of carriers, according to The Sun.

A Ryanair spokesman told the newspaper: “If they approve it, we’ll be doing it.”

Mr O’Leary is reported to have got the idea from the Chinese airline Spring, which has put forward similar plans. It estimates space could be made for up to 50 per cent more passengers and costs could be cut by 20 per cent.

It is not the first time Ryanair has come up with a controversial proposal for cutting costs. Earlier this year Mr O’Leary suggested passengers could be charged £1 to use the on-board lavatories.

In an interview on BBC television he said that the low-cost airline was looking at the possibility of installing a coin slot on the lavatory door so that “people might actually have to spend a pound to spend a penny.”

Mr O’Leary also considered introducing a “fat tax” for overweight passengers.

**Source from MAS E&M Portal

Friday, January 1, 2010

howwwzattt... of resolutions and fulfilling it... welcome 2010...

01.01.10 (2230hrs)

My very first entry for the year of 2010.

Nothing much to put up in here except that I was hoping this is the year. As previous years gone by, no resolution for me as I'm not good at keeping it up what more to fulfill it.

One more exam for me with the QA for this January and it should be alright I hope. After that, things should be smooth sailing.

My wife asked me if I'm going to quit smoking this year and my reply was, let us wait for another year for that.

Other than that, what is wrong with the image above (taken from Rocky's Bru) LOL...