Tuesday, December 26, 2006

What I Wanted

In the near future, these are the things that I wanted. Hopefully, someone remembers my Bday and can get them for me as presents.

Camcorders, Handphones are the main items which I'll be on a look out for next year. On the digital camera side, I will not be needing one till some time 3-5yrs later. My current one is still very handy and can get the job done easily.

Handphones are getting much more better equipped then before. With optical zoom, flash, etc.

Nokia's N93 and SE K800i tops my list.
And SE W700i also captures my attention. It comes with step counters, calorie counters, etc which are useful to people with active lifestyles. Who knows, maybe I'll take up some sports for a change. And also its been a long time since I'd used a clamshell phone.

Saturday, December 23, 2006

A Must Have

Since the invention of the USB flash disk in 1998, this product is creating a new way people store their data. Movies, MP3s, Photos, are easily transported using a flash disk.

But what about some essential application which you might need to use on some other PC? And what if your flash disk is not a U3 certified drive? Or happens to be one of the older types of flash disk?

Here's the solution. Download this at www.portableapps.com

This software suite has almost all the apps that you will possibly need for official business. Photo editing, spreadsheet, wordprocessor, instant messaging are just some of the apps which are available.

Check it out eh!!!!

Wash Car

It has been almost 1 month since I wash my car. So after breakfast today, I decided to drive my car to the car wash.With 1 month's worth of dirt and grime, driving it around won't be quite enjoyable as before.
Yes, its Christmas and my car is covered in SNOW foam.Voila, my car is just like in showroom condition. Time for some wax if I'm not lazy.

Let's pray that it don't rain today.

P/S: The 3rd and the 4th photo are taken with my PDA phone. Just a quality comparison between a PDA phone camera and a conventional digital camera.

New Year Coming and I Hate Them

2006 is coming to the end, on the first second of 2007, my life will have a drastic change. LDP is going to increase from $1.00 to $1.60. Meaning now I have to look for alternative ways to travel to work. That indian guy with a different wig each time, is really a big bastard. Among all the Malaysian Government bastards, I hate him, KY Lim and the son-in-law of our PM the most. So cursing them every now and then is a habit which I enjoy very much.

Although 60 cents increament doesn't sound much to some people, but to me imagine that I have to pay another extra $1.20 when I make a return trip using LDP. So let's do the maths;

$1.20 per round trip to-fro Kepong PJ x 15 days per month= $18.00
$18.00 per month x 12 months = $216.00

So every year from next year onwards, I'll need to fork out another extra $216 just for using LDP toll for work purposes only. Imagine those who work 22 days a month.

So the conclusion will be, another alternative way to PJ, or less shopping at The Curve or 1 Utama starting next year. CB, even the parking of these 2 places are much cheaper then the stupid toll.

Wait till next year when the petrol prices increase again.

Rest Finally

Finally, I'm able to rest properly for these coming 3 days. I've not had a proper rest due to work and personal issues. Since Christmas is round the corner, I'm granted 3 days of pure relaxation. So without further ado, let me just go and have this for breakfast.

Sunday, December 17, 2006

Great Singer

A friend from China with a great singing talent.

Friday, December 08, 2006

I'm very busy

I'm tied down with personal problems recently. I cannot tell right now. Moreover, my Internet connection was terminated due to non payment from my brother.

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

The Wedding Dinner

Thomas' Wedding dinner is held 26th November 2006, Sunday, at the Mandarin Oriental KL. I was told that there were about 1000 attendees. (O_o)
The reception area is a chaos. People are everywhere. I managed to meet up with the rest of the gang in a while. If I were to look for them myself, I think it would take me sometime.
Since its the first time we are attending a function with formal wear. It would be a waste if we don't have a photo to show.

The service and food in Mandarin Oriental is only so-so, nothing spectacular, in fact disappointing in my own opinion.
When it comes to drink, Sean will be head of the crowd. Ooi....your wife knows how to drive la. Even KKPan is not spared. Although it was not drink-till-we-drunk type session, but the amount of hard liquor he poured into our glasses is farking lot. I cannot stand the smell and taste of liquor, it makes me want to vomit.Sean performing the 10sec none stop straight-from-the-bottle-down-the-throat feat.
A group photo for every one's memory.

A video for every one's enjoyment. Doesn't he look busy/shy?And the blissed couple of the evening. "Make Babies, 5 of them" (^^)

Sunday, November 26, 2006

Thomas Leong's Bachelor Night

Just came back from Thomas' House Warming/Bachelor Night. Tomorrow's the big day for him man. Congratulations!!!!!! After the wedding dinner, we will wait for your baby's full month dinner. (^^)I took some photos this evening, too shy to take much. So here I am posting some of them here. Just some candid shots.Jerry Chups aka FuLutt.His jeans is dropping. (^^)
The 2 Leongs negotiating how much to drink. (^^)

I also include a very rare footage of Thomas kena'ing a glass of wine from us. Quite funny actually.

If you listen carefully, you can hear the following:
"You can do it"
"Ice Please!!!"
"On the rock"
And many many "Fuck You"

I think tonight Thomas will have a very good night's sleep.

Saturday, November 25, 2006

Bagan Lalang Trip Photos Video


A trip to Bentong once in a while is refreshing. I've been living in the urban jungle since I was born. I always loved peaceful and quiet places like Kampungs in rural areas. So last week, I went to Bentong with my Aunt from Singapore. It takes about 45mins drive from my house.
Before we know it, we already reached my Uncle's house.
His house is located in a village surrounded by jungle. So it is common to find creepy crawlies now and then.
And he has a big house, with big living room, big kitchen, a mediocre sized back garden. Sadly, with such a big house, only my uncle and auntie are living inside. How lonely.
And my aunt is happily plucking away the chilli padi.

Thursday, November 23, 2006


Luckily I managed to get myself a coat before Uncle Nick's Brother wedding this weekend.

Wednesday, November 22, 2006


A friend from China brought over some special ingredients from GuangXi, which is essential to make YouCha (油茶). My friend told me that its taste is similar to Hakka's LeiCha (雷茶). I've never tried any LeiCha in my life. But some health enthusiasts said that it is one of the healthiest food. WTH, since it is from a faraway place, I might as well try it once in my life.
Unlike the LeiCha, YouCha only had 3 main ingredients, roasted peanuts, fried glutinous rice puffs and spring onions.
Peanuts and Spring onions are easily available here.
The special processed glutinous rice will be fried till it become puffs. I heard from my friend that it is not available here in Malaysia. But to me glutinous rice is just glutinous rice.

The way to eat it is to mix all the rice puffs, peanuts and spring onions in one bowl and pour in some tea, boiled with ginger and spring onions. The taste is a bit bitter. Maybe I'm not used to it, I don't know how to enjoy it. So much for a bowl of YouCha.

Monday, November 20, 2006

Bagan Lalang Trip

A trip to Bagan Lalang aka. Sepang Gold Coast is nothing but semi boring, very tiring, semi fun. First of all, I don't know the way. We had a fucking lanciao lead navigator who bring us going around in circles. He don't know how to lead, and when we fuck him up, he still try to talk his way around, trying to make us seems at fault. Anyway, enough of this lead navigator, no more trip with him along. We'd decided to boycott him.The trip there is quite cheap actually. The chalet which sleeps 4, but 7 of us squeezed into 1 unit, costs $ 100. No surcharge for extra head. Each bedroom has an individual aircon. We tried to get a bigger chalet which costs $110. But it was fully booked. So anyway, we just settle into a smaller unit.The difference between Bagan Lalang and Port Dickson is that, BL is not as crowded as PD. Since not crowded, the coast line are much more cleaner without much rubbish like bottles. Muslim food is only available there, but they don't charge tourist price. A plate of nasi lemak is only $1.50.The seafood there is extremely cheap. This trip we had 2 days of seafood. A kilo of green mussels costs only $ 4.00. (^^). Whenever we go BBQ, We would get some seafood to go along with the beef, pork, veges which we brought along. Beer and plain water is the only beverage available. Since I'm not a fan of beer, cold water is my best friend.
We BBQ'ed till about 4 am, after that, a friend of mine still continued to BBQ at the back of our chalet.I cannot tahan any more as I'm dead tired after the whole day of activities. After I bathe, Total KO immediately.After this entry, I must continue to sleep to catch up of all the time that I'd lost.

Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Even Rich Man Have Stress

Even Britain's 2nd richest man is suffering from stress. So it is normal for me to be stressed. Who knows, I might be another rich man in Malaysia in the future. As of now, the only difference between me and Roman Abramovich is that he has the money to "fung". (^^)

NO..... its not her!!!!!!!!!

Recently there have been some email circulating around with pictures saying that they belongs to the murdered Mongolian model. NO NO NO NO....its not her.
The women in this picture is a Korean artist named Lee Hae Ryeon aka U;nee. She is not the Mongolian model. Read here.

I attached her videos which I found on YouTube to proof my claim.

Sunday, November 12, 2006


I think I'm suffering from depression with suicidal tendency. How do I know?

I felt that my world is collapsing on me. The things that I did seems wrong in other people's eyes. My mind is thinking a lot of unwanted things. I can get easily suspicious over minor minor things. I think a lot of details to a simple matter. I can get angry very easily. Sometimes I wanted to just leave everything behind and go. Like to a faraway place. No worries, no sorrows, no pains. Just peace and quiet, no one to nag at me. No need to worry about the everyday commitments. No need to be used as an item compared by someone.

Sometimes, I would wondered how would it felt to be in hell. For the things that I'd done, Heaven do not have a place for me. I wonder what is it like in the other world. People always said that when someone passed away, they will start a new life in the other world. Is it nice to start a new life? They also said that in the other world, things will be the same as it is in the living world. So it doesn't matter where I may be.

I felt like bursting anytime. I can get very very violent at times. I'm trying to control my current situation. I'm a living time bomb.

Thursday, November 09, 2006

Mother of all BK burgers

Burger King US had the best burgers. Especially this one, a stacker, up to 4 patties, 4 cheese, 4 bacon strips and BBQ sauce are being stacked into one magnificent burger.

This one shown here is the triple stacker. The one with 4 patties are call the quad stacker.

How come Malaysia's BK doesn't have this burger on their menu?

BK tonight? (^^)

1st case in Malaysia I believed

Buried? Yes.
Burnt? Yes.
Dismembered? Yes.
Dumped elsewhere? Yes.
Blown to bits? No.

I've heard of all types of murders and the killer ways of disposing of the victims body. But to have the body blown to bits is the first I've heard

The poor beauty from Mongolia was being blown to bits by an alleged lover. She was shot twice and then blown to bits with military grade explosives.

And this is the alleged fucker who had done it. His name, Abdul Razak Baginda, also known as Abdul Razak Abdullah, 46. The man on the left is his lawyer.

From my personal point of view, if he is found guilty of instigating 3 police personals to carry out the murder, the only person able to help is an undertaker.

P/S: Photos from thestar.com.my

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Its not easy being Ah Tong

Its not easy being me because of the following points:
  1. I'm fat.
  2. I'm very very lazy.
  3. I need to maintain my body weight. (^^)
  4. I'm not visually appealing.
  5. I can consider myself anti-social.
  6. I have a hairstyle which is about 2 decades old.
  7. I'm not rich.
  8. I have a job which requires me to work only 2 weeks per month.
  9. I get 1 week of off days if I apply 2 days leave.(terms and conditions apply)
  10. I can sleep during work hours.
  11. I can go shopping at 1Utama while working.(terms and conditions apply)
  12. I'm into all the latest gadgets.
  13. I read HWM magazine but prefer Playboy and Hustler.
But I enjoy my current life and hoped to improve its quality in the near future.

Overall Healthy

My friends knew that I had extra curricular "activities" when I'm free. So I decided to get a full blood test last week and today I'd collected my report........
Ahem........I hereby announce that I'm free of all diseases. Although the doctor said that my liver is not that good, probably due to stress. He also insisted me to have a Hepatitis A & B jab for my safety reasons. And my blood pressure is a bit high. In short, I'm overall healthy.

Not that I'm boasting that I'm free of AIDS, HIV, STD, I'm just being a responsible self so that if anything happens to me, I can take necessary actions to prevent the spread of unwanted diseases.

Monday, November 06, 2006

Breaking the Law or not?

Isn't it against the law to have a vulgar word displayed? Since the topic of sex in some local newspapers are creating a lot of hoo-haas, what about this?

Maybe I'll complain to the Deputy PM and see what happens. (^^)

Thursday, October 26, 2006

If I stop smoking now

If I stop smoking now at this very moment. This is what will happens to my body.
  • In 20 minutes my blood pressure will drop back down to normal.
  • In 8 hours the carbon monoxide (a toxic gas) levels in my blood stream will drop by half, and oxygen levels will return to normal.
  • In 48 hours my chance of having a heart attack will have decreased. All nicotine will have left my body. My sense of taste and smell will return to a normal level.
  • In 72 hours my bronchial tubes will relax, and my energy levels will increase.
  • In 2 weeks my circulation will increase, and it will continue to improve for the next 10 weeks.
  • In three to nine months coughs, wheezing and breathing problems will dissipate as my lung capacity improves by 10%.
  • In 1 year my risk of having a heart attack will have dropped by half.
  • In 5 years my risk of having a stroke returns to that of a non-smoker.
  • In 10 years my risk of lung cancer will have returned to that of a non-smoker.
  • In 15 years my risk of heart attack will have returned to that of a non-smoker.
Now it evens makes me more determine to quit smoking.

Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Ah Longs' New Tactics

This is an interesting find, while surfing the NST website, the published this photo.Look closely at the names. Apparently, the loansharks decided to take up a name with more "kick".

Project Save: End of Week 2 Report

Haha, end of Week 2. This week, the amount that I've spent is within the targeted amount. A total of $ 97.40. If I can keep up with this amount every week, I will be on my way to China in no time. (^^)

Friday, October 20, 2006

Muruku for my Dog

Went to an Indian restaurant for a FREE buffet dinner, courtesy of the boss of that restaurant. The 5 of us, Nick, Jing, KKpan, Olivia and me grabbed 10 packets of muruku. When I reached home after dinner, I feed my dog with it. A photo to prove.

Satellite TV in your PC

TVants is a very very good program. If you have a broadband connection, download this program and you'll virtually have a satellite program for your PC. I'm sharing a 1mb line with three of my brothers and this is the quality that I'd got. There might be occasionally jerking due to network congestion, the streaming performance is still satisfactory. Although you are not getting the full crisp clear quality like Astro, but who cares as it can save you money. AXN, CCTV, ESPN, NGC, Discovery are just some of the shows you can watch.

Thursday, October 19, 2006

Iklan Raya Petronas 2006

This is a real tear jerker.

And SHOOT the Son-In-Law

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Petronas Ads

Petronas had the BEST ads in Malaysia. Check this out.

Monday, October 16, 2006

Project Save Report: End of Week 1

In a few hours, Project Save will end its first week. The total amount spent till this moment is $ 122.08. An extra of $ 22.08 had incurred. I had to rethink my spending strategy. From the chart that I kept, I had bought 4 packs of cigarettes this week. I need to cut down to 3 packs a week. I had also spent an extra $ 20.00 for miscellaneous purchases.

Hopefully, Week 2 can meet the target of $ 100.00 per week. Go out less and stay home more is the moto for Week 2. (^^)

New Phone?

I know I've just got myself a Pocket PC phone, but the thing is since it is called the PocketPC, its just like a PC, you'll have to occasionally reset the unit. Besides resetting the unit, its a tedious job to write SMS. Besides these 2 cons, I'm very satisfied with it being able to store SMS, I've had about 3000 plus messages in my unit.

But because of the way that I had to write my SMS and the occasional rebooting the system, I want a new traditional handphone. A nice one, like the Sony Ericsson's K800i. But due to the price is still high, I think its either that I get myself a Moto L7 or SE's K750i. Or I can revert back to my SE's K700i.

So the priority now is to just save money first.

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Candid Shot of My Dog

Isn't he cute? (^^)


See anything interesting in this photo?
Now? Can you see anyone familiar?
YES...its our Uncle Nick in the papers. Haha, now we have a celebrity friend(^^)