Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Seremban & Melaka pics

Assalamualaikum & Goodday
Initially, I tot to upload these pics in my FB. But then, Mama too wants to upload into hers. So I decided to put it here. Ni gambar masa wedding adik aku kat Seremban and pics jalan-jalan in Melaka. Click to enlarge ye.
Tukang bawak hantaran

Masa ni Akif terkezut dgn bunyi kompang

Alif yang tengah lapar
Aku pon lapar gak, tp kontrol la beb
Self potrait mode
my makciks & pakciks
ALif ready to go to the pool
'pinjam la kejap abang'....'TAK BULEHHH'
'alaa....akif nak pinjam kejap je...'
'jom la kita share-share'
baca paper lagi best ah
makan@cultural food village@Bandar Hilir
ABC Mango
@dataran pahlawan
what's up....

Akif, Bibik, Alif & Opah
Sukanya Alif nak main game

Tido jap.....
Shopping time
Sementara tunggu mama shopping aku amik gambo sendiri :)

Alif takut tapi nak juga snap dgn gajah tu
Alif & Nabil
@A'Famosa Waterworld

Dah check out baru teringat nak amik gambar kat hotel

Good One

Assalamualaikum & Goodday
There is a tendency among Malays to regard the discrimination in their favour as a privilege, as a recognition of their superior status. I think this is wrong. The discrimination is in order to give them a kind of headstart so that they can catch up with other races. To me, it is shameful to have to be protected because we do not have the capacity to compete. We are not Red Indians to live on reserves. We should regard it as a temporary expedient to be done away with once we have achieved the capacity to compete on our own.
This is taken from Tun Dr M's article.
Please spare some time to read it. And if you are a Malay, please read it twice. Dont worry, this article is not just about the malays, it's about Malaysians.
Basically, it's about defending the privilege of the Bumiputra with honor and dignity. If we are able to do this, nobody will want to question the privilege. So sapa2 yang masih tido lagi tu, sila la bangun. Sedar la diri tu sket, sampai bila nak kena tolong. ehehhe
One more thing, try to read this too. See how would your brain & heart respond to it :)
p/s: zid, this article basically sum up the discussion we had the other day :)

Monday, August 25, 2008


Assalamualaikum & Goodday .
I recently read Tun Dr. M's blog. He wrote about Merdeka. He said this year's Merdeka is not like any other Merdeka celebrations we had in yesteryears.
. I couldn't agree more. This year it seems, how do you describe it eh...sorrowful perhaps? I don't know. But I do know that the number of people who have the Jalur Gemilang on their vehicles are definitely decreasing. Why eh?

I'm also not in the mood of celebrating Merdeka. Is it because of the coming Ramadhan? Nahh...couldn't be. I think we are not comfortable. Not comfortable to live in the current political delirium that we have right now. We are fed-up.
We are fed-up that people are using the law to appease their own agendas. We are fed-up that religion too is being sucked into the dirty whirlpool of politics. We are fed-up that people would actually barter their honor and dignity just to perpetuate their political hunger. We are fed-up that there are among us who don't give a damn for the unity and harmony of the country.
All these for what?....I don't know la. Can somebody please answer me....
Forget about that. Let's talk about the Olympics. The gold medal seems to be too elusive for Malaysia isn't it. I so want to see my fellow countrymen to step on the very top of the podium. I long to see the Jalur Gemilang be raised slowly while Negaraku is being played in the background. If that moment comes, I'll stand up in my living room and sing along the Negaraku, and I'm sure that I will cry. And I'm not going to be ashamed of it. In fact, I'd tell everyone that I cried. Mannn...I love my country.
So people, let the politicians fight, let them bleed. Let us not be affected with their dirty games.
Why? Because we are Malaysians, and Malaysia is much much much more important than some heartless politicians. We, the rest of the Malaysians, should not let our beloved country celebrate her birthday alone. Let us celebrate our Independence Day with her. C'monn...let's raise the flag.


I'm a little bit annoyed with my staff. He's too slow. A snail works faster than him. Fortunately he's a good person. Very polite and always smiling. Muka pon seposen jerrr....In that sense, he's ok.
But when it comes to work. He's soooo slow. Slow is one thing, another thing is that, when he's stuck, he'll keep quiet. Then the job will be left unattended sampai la aku pon terlupa. KALO DAH STUCK TUUU....BAGITAU LA KAT AKU....
I've never had this kind of staff before. I can't understand why some people work like that. I cannot work like this, I cannot stand this anymore. It will eventually affect my reputation (chewah). When he's slow, I'll be slow too.
That's why sometimes I like to work on my own. It's easier to get things done. But if I do that, what is he going to do? I think I need to basuh him a bit la. But knowing myself, it's not going to be a basuh session, it's going to be a 'slow-talk' session. Which I feel not really effective.
It's irritating when you want to basuh someone but in the end you felt kesian for him. Ni yang KSN bising ni. Bos kesian kat staff. Why la this has to happen on Mondays....

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Wedding Pics

Assalamualaikum & Goodday
My sister got married on 08.08.08. Yeah, I know, the hottest date of the year. But believe me, never ever choose a popular date. On the same date, there were 10 other couples waiting to get married. So the nikah ended at around 10.45 pm. Imagine, punya la lapar orang yang menunggu tu.
Anyways, here are the pics. Click to enlarge ok.

The Pelamin
The Hantaran
sebab takde orang nak snap gambo aku, aku snap sendiri je la
Hi Mama!
Alif Hafi and his cousin kena jadi flower boy & girl
alif hafi perasan hensem la tu
with the bride

lupa nak training camne baling bunya tuh...main belasah je

ok...jangan sepah2 ahh....kutip balik

abih dah
the cake
mama & akif wafi
nak balik dah