Saturday, 31 May 2014
Monday, 26 May 2014
Rescued them few weeks back, after they were thrown out twice.
Sent them for castration..found out they were both 4 n a half months old.
Next month will be sending them for vaccination.
You know what?
For this few weeks,
When i came back home, they waited for me.
When i woke up, i found out they were sleeping beside me.
And they slept beside me, provided they behave well.
I'm witnessing two lovely creatures growing in my arms, under my care.
I'm experiencing love, and from great love, comes great responsibility.
Monday, 19 May 2014
I share with you a story about women. What I personally feel about Malaysian women,especially the Malays, sometimes. I know not all Malay women are like that, but I couldn’t help feeling it that way, anyway.
The Princess and the Tin Box by James Thurber is a short fable about a spoiled princess and how she picked her husband. The story intentionally leads the reader down the wrong path, and shows that human nature can deceive us.
Once upon a time, in a far country, there lived a King whose daughter was the prettiest princess in the world. Her eyes were like the cornflower, her hair was sweeter than the hyacinth, and her throat made the swan look dusty
When she was seven, she was allowed to attend the wedding of her brother and throw real pearls at the bride instead of rice. Only the nightingale, with his lyre of gold, was permitted to sing for the Princess. The common blackbird, with his boxwood flute, was kept out of the palace grounds. She walked in silver-and-samite slippers to a sapphire-and-topaz bathroom and slept in an ivory bed inlaid with rubies.
On the day the Princess was eighteen, the King sent a royal ambassador to the courts of five neighboring kingdoms to announce that he would give his daughter’s hand in marriage to the prince who brought her the gift she liked the most.
The first prince to arrive at the palace rode a swift white stallion and laid at the feet of the Princess an enormous apple made of solid gold which he had taken from a dragon who had guarded it for a thousand years. It was placed on a long ebony table set up to hold the gifts of the Princess’ suitors.
The second prince, who came on a gray charger, brought her a nightingale made of a thousand diamonds, and it was placed beside the golden apple.
The third prince, riding on a black horse, carried a great jewel box made of platinum and sapphires, and it was placed next to the diamond nightingale.
The fourth prince, astride a fiery yellow horse, gave the Princess a gigantic heart made of rubies and pierced by an emerald arrow. It was placed next to the platinum-and-sapphire jewel box.
Now the fifth prince was the strongest and handsomest of all the five suitors, but he was the son of a poor king whose realm had been overrun by mice and locusts and wizards and mining engineers so that there was nothing much of value left in it. He came plodding up to the palace of the Princess on a plow horse, and he brought her a small tin box filled with mica and feldspar and hornblende (types of ordinary rocks) which he had picked up on the way.
The other princes roared with disdainful laughter when they saw the tawdry gift the fifth prince had brought to the Princess. But she examined it with great interest and squealed with delight, for all her life she had been glutted with precious stones and priceless metals, but she had never seen tin before or mica or feldspar or hornblende. The tin box was placed next to the ruby heart pierced with an emerald arrow.
“Now,” the King said to his daughter, “you must select the gift you like best and marry the prince that brought it.”
The Princess smiled and walked up to the table and picked up the present she liked the most. It was the platinum-and-sapphire jewel box, the gift of the third prince.
“The way I figure it,” she said, “is this. It is a very large and expensive box, and when I am married, I will meet many admirers who will give me precious gems with which to fill it to the top. Therefore, it is the most valuable of all the gifts my suitors have brought me, and I like it the best.”
The Princess married the third prince that very day in the midst of great merriment and high revelry. More than a hundred thousand pearls were thrown at her and she loved it.
Moral: All those who thought that the Princess was going to select the tin box filled with worthless stones instead of one of the other gifts will kindly stay after class and write one hundred times on the blackboard, “I would rather have a hunk of aluminum silicate than a diamond necklace.”
Sunday, 18 May 2014
The ideas are best represented minimally.
Simply because I hate preaching. I hate rap. I like grindcore music because of its directness.
Open idea concept. I just a put a thing or two without writing lengthy notes, and from there, it suggests an idea, and whoever reads it can find their own meaning, open interpretation.
I just share things and you guys can utilise your thinking to think about it and reach your own conclusion. - beyondthispunkt.tumblr.com / firdaus-9898.blogspot.com
My thinking about Malaysian politics in general 18 May 2014 : Dyana Sofya DAP, PAS and its Hudud, UMNO and its screwups, ISMA and other bullshit, etc.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Rabbits_Who_Caused_All_the_Trouble
Plot SummaryThe wolves believe that their way of life is the only way to live, and therefore they dislike the rabbits. After an earthquake occurs the wolves incriminate the rabbits because "it is well known that rabbits pound on the ground with their hind legs and cause earthquakes".
The wolves also blame the rabbits for a lightning strike that kills one of the wolves because "it is well known that lettuce-eaters cause lightning". After the wolves announce plans "to civilize" the rabbits if they don’t stop causing natural disasters, the rabbits decide to flee to an island. However, the other nameless animals - living out of harm’s way - convince the rabbits to stay because "This is no world for escapists" and guarantee them protection against the wolves - "in all probability".
After a flood - "it is well known that carrot-nibblers with long ears cause floods" - the wolves decide to imprison the rabbits, "for their own good". Weeks later the other animals notice the absence of the rabbits and ask the wolves about them. The wolves answer that it is "a purely internal matter" (because they ate the rabbits). The wolves also claim the rabbits were trying to escape "and, as you know, this is no world for escapists".
Sunday, 11 May 2014
with regards to previous post about "An Engineer’s Opinion In Regards to Recent Hudud Law Issue in Malaysia"
Henry Larson: Well, opinions are like assholes, honey. Everybody's got one and everybody thinks everybody else's stinks.
Dialogue from the movie Home for the Holidays 1995
Saturday, 10 May 2014
Aku tulis ni apabila membaca di Malaysia Today, tulisan dari RPK yang mengatakan hukum hudud ni bukan dari Quran, bukan dari Rasullullah, tapi invented by Umar Al Khattab R.A.
asa mula2 kerja dulu, bosses and senior engineers will always tell, "fresh grad ni tak tau satu apa pun walaupun dia 4pointer scorer". Sebab ilmu di university adalah pure theory, tetapi di industry , ilmu kerja, i.e. ilmu nak apply theory tu ada discipline dan kepayahan/implication dia yang tersendiri.
Maka adakah dengan sedikit ilmu, sedikit pembacaan, sedikit dengar2 orang, semua orang nak terus comment pasal hudud? Fikirkan.
Sedangkan benda teknikal/engineering pun kita treat it serious sebab effect dia sangat2 real, inikan pula bab2 agama.
By the way, kalau kau nak ambil tahu pasal hudud, aku sarankan kau keluar duit dan beli 3 buku ni.
1. Terjemahan Quran
2. Sahih Bukhari
3. Sahih Muslim.
Then read from there. In the least it will create a foundation for you to understand it.
The problem is sometimes, ko skip step ni, ko terus pakai pendapat orang yang kau dengar/baca.
.Adakah dalam bab agama kau hanya berpandukan hear-say? That's the problem. Hear-say, lepas tu terus conclude based on that.
Sunday, 4 May 2014
Thursday, 1 May 2014
"Arbeit macht frei" (German pronunciation: [ˈaɐ̯baɪt ˈmaxt ˈfʁaɪ]) is a German phrase meaning "work makes (you) free". The slogan is known for having been placed over the entrances to a number of Nazi concentration camps during World War II, including most infamously Auschwitz I, where it was made by prisoners with metalwork skills and erected by order of the Nazis in June 1940.- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arbeit_macht_frei
Arbeit Macht Fleisch in German and it means Work Brings Flesh/meat. Arbeit Macht Frei means Work Brings Freedom, which is written on a sign over the gates of Auschwitz.
Read this also, the origins of May 1st Holiday