Tuesday, May 31, 2011

hello hello!!!

naaakkk belllliiiiii handphone barruuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu!!!!!!!!
wat pertama kalinya,
aku begini bersemangat nak beli seketul handphone baru.
handphone yang sedang aku guna sekarang ni
masih boleh digunakan
tetapi teringinnnnn betul nak beli baru
x sure knapa

aku x berapa kesah pasal mende-mende camni
kalo nak beli apepun
aku beli gitu-gitu je
xdek la nak pilih brand atau style
sedap pakai, plain and simple.

sudah jatuh hati pada satu phone nih
teke teke!!

hati sudah terpikat pada

its too expensive for me
about rm19++

i went on looking for the older version and found
xpiria x10
and sadly
it is also off budget
i am saving money to get my hands
  on the much older
version of xpiria
the Xpiria X8
which ranges around RM500
a reasonable price i am willing to spend
on such a small gadget
xpiria, here i come.

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

my heart..come here..i need u here..

im sorry
i didnt mean to hurt u
oh myself
anyway, sorry.

i kinda have this habit of doing things last minute
and i have this project that i need to submit tomorrow
my friends have been doing it everyday till 2-4 am
and i havent touched it more than a week
i know i know
lazy bum
but today
i've been doing it from morning till evening
and in matter of hours
i would be catching up with the others
this shows that i can do it
if i put my heart into it
and i believe
any man can achieve what he wants
if he put his heart into it
and with God's will

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

God is always by your side..

baki jam tinggal 45 minit
aku usai menjawab semua soalan
sedang aku memeriksa semula kertas jawapan
nombor 25 menangkap perhatianku
tiada jawapn tertulis di situ
ruang kosong itu putih bersih 
aku menyelak kembali helaian soalan
mencari soalan nombor 25
a.o.b. is the abbreviation for? 
my mind went blank
i couldnt recall anything about it
i dont even think i've heard it before
but thats nonsense
this is the finals
they wont make any weird questions right?
clueless and speechless
i started to decipher those letters
what in the world could they be?
"amendment or ballot" ?
" aku orang bentong " lagi mengarut
i couldnt ask anyone else
its in the middle of an exam
in the middle of the hall
in the middle of some 60 students and a few lecturers
then i remembered
i didnt recite any dua' like i always did before any exams
to God i pray
I asked for guidance and clues
i asked for the answer of question number 25
head down on the table
i stare the desk silently
i could feel blood gathering at my forehead
up goes my head
i wouldnt want any red marks lining across that forehead of mine
out of the blue
a lecturer came and stood next to my desk
and look at my answer sheet
in a low voice she said something
she was telling me the answer
the answer for question no 25
but i couldnt hear it well
and i asked again
"what was it?"
again in a low voice
i didnt even catch half of it
she said it word by word
all three words 
i was so grateful
that i wanna submit it as soon as i can
and do a sujud syukur
God had answered my prayer within minutes
even when i stepped outside the examination hall
i was still amazed
and a little shocked 
it was shocking
it was a miracle
God is always near
God is always here
by your side
sekiranya kalian sentiasa mengingatiNya
pasti Allah juga tidak akan melupakan kalian.
thank you Allah

Thursday, May 19, 2011

racing through the chilly wind..

done and tired
printed but not binded
i wanna go home and rest for the day
why does home feel
so far away

a couple more weeks to go
a couple more projects to submit
and the finals to beat
am i ready for it?

as soon as my work is done
i prefer to go back home
sleep in my bed
sleep with my pillow
under the bright light that i never turn off
couldnt sleep with the lights off
i would fall asleep in front of the laptop
on the floor- i was just resting for a bit-
while texting-damaged the phone since it slipped through my loose grip and fell to the floor-

its usually past midnight when everything is done
at first i would wear my red sweater coz it so cold travelling in the wee hours
but after months
i got used to the coldness
racing through the chilly wind
on the wide lonely road
is really peaceful
the faster the colder
though i enjoy riding past midnight
the feelings that hugs along with the cold
isnt really enjoying
it makes me feel really lonely
cold + lonely = missing somebody

Saturday, May 14, 2011


rehat tangah hari
jadi aku pun mencuri
curi-curi masa untuk online
melihat berita terkini
dan blogs
malam ini jumpa lagi

Saturday, May 7, 2011

im nearly there..

masa berlalu sungguh laju
tidak ada sesaat pun yang menanti aku
walau tuk seketika
walau tuk sejenak
walaupun aku terduduk penat
mengejar dunia
hari yang pergi bagai mimpi
baru sekejap berlalu
kini sudah celik di hari yang baru
dunia terlalu pantas
dan aku masih terkedek perlahan
mengendahkan keperluan
keperluan kehidupan

termenung merenung
fikiranku penuh dengan idea-idea bernas
tetapi tangan ini malas
terlalu malas untuk mencapai secawan kopi
supaya yang sepet menjadi celik
yang malap menjadi segar bugar

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

help, i need somebody!

not just anybody!

Monday, May 2, 2011

Osama Laden is dead..who cares??

Osama Laden

Osama Laden, the leader of Al-Qaeda IS DEAD.
they raided his hideout(CIA claims they found it) in Pakistan and he was
shot in the head in the firefight between the US counter-terrorism troops.
while US citizens and relatives of the victims on the SEPT 11 2001 incident
celebrates their victory, what impacts does it brings to Malaysians?
to my younger generation.do they even know who Osama Laden is?
a terrorist?a leader of what-group? they may ask..
this younger generation of mine..
what are you doing?
sitting all day long in front of the pc with games and nets?facebook?

what are you watching?
finishing the entire korean drama series?
mentor?AF?raja lawak?

where are you?
head-banging at an overcrowded gig?
at cyber-cafe playing DOTA?RYL?

what will the future be
im not gonna wait and see..

here is the post form yahoo news on Osama's death.

WASHINGTON – Osama bin Laden, the face of global terrorism and architect of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, was killed in a firefight with elite American forces Monday, then quickly buried at sea in a stunning finale to a furtive decade on the run.
Long believed to be hiding in caves, bin Laden was tracked down in a costly, custom-built hideout not far from a Pakistani military academy.
"Justice has been done," President Barack Obama said in a dramatic announcement at the White House while a crowd cheered outside and hundreds more gathered at ground zero in Manhattan to celebrate the news.
The military operation took mere minutes.
U.S. helicopters ferrying elite counter-terrorism troops into the compound identified by the CIA as bin Laden's hideout — and back out again in less than 40 minutes. Bin Laden was shot in the head, officials said, after he and his bodyguards resisted the assault.
Three adult males were also killed in the raid, including one of bin Laden's sons, whom officials did not name. One of bin Laden's sons, Hamza, is a senior member of al-Qaida. U.S. officials also said one woman was killed when she was used as a shield by a male combatant, and two other women were injured.
The U.S. official who disclosed the burial at sea said it would have been difficult to find a country willing to accept the remains. Obama said the remains had been handled in accordance with Islamic custom, which requires speedy burial.
"I heard a thundering sound, followed by heavy firing. Then firing suddenly stopped. Then more thundering, then a big blast," said Mohammad Haroon Rasheed, a resident of Abbottobad, Pakistan, after the choppers had swooped in and then out again.
Bin Laden's death marks a psychological triumph in a long struggle that began with the Sept. 11 attacks, and seems certain to give Obama a political lift. But its ultimate impact on al-Qaida is less clear.
The greatest terrorist threat to the U.S. is now considered to be the al-Qaida franchise in Yemen, far from al-Qaida's core in Pakistan. The Yemen branch almost took down a U.S.-bound airliner on Christmas 2009 and nearly detonated explosives aboard two U.S. cargo planes last fall. Those operations were carried out without any direct involvement from bin Laden.
The few fiery minutes in Abbottobad followed years in which U.S. officials struggled to piece together clues that ultimately led to bin Laden, according to an account provided by senior administration officials who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the operation.
Based on statements given by U.S. detainees since the 9/11 attacks, they said, intelligence officials have long known that bin Laden trusted one al-Qaida courier in particular, and they believed he might be living with him in hiding.
Four years ago, the United States learned the man's identity, which officials did not disclose, and then about two years later, they identified areas of Pakistan where he operated. Last August, the man's residence was found, officials said.
"Intelligence analysis concluded that this compound was custom built in 2005 to hide someone of significance," with walls as high as 18 feet and topped by barbed wire, according to one official. Despite the compound's estimated $1 million cost and two security gates, it had no phone or Internet running into the house.
By mid-February, intelligence from multiple sources was clear enough that Obama wanted to "pursue an aggressive course of action," a senior administration official said. Over the next two and a half months, the president led five meetings of the National Security Council focused solely on whether bin Laden was in that compound and, if so, how to get him, the official said.
Obama made a decision to launch the operation on Friday, shortly before flying to Alabama to inspect tornado damage, and aides set to work on the details.
The president spent part of his Sunday on the golf course, but cut his round short to return to the White House for a meeting where he and top national security aides reviewed final preparations for the raid.
Two hours later, Obama was told that bin Laden had been tentatively identified.
CIA director Leon Panetta was directly in charge of the military team during the operation, according to one official, and when he and his aides received word at agency headquarters that bin Laden had been killed, cheers broke out around the conference room table.
Administration aides said the operation was so secretive that no foreign officials were informed in advance, and only a small circle inside the U.S. government was aware of what was unfolding half a world away.
In his announcement, Obama said he had called Pakistani President Zardari after the raid, and said it was "important to note that our counter-terrorism cooperation with Pakistan helped lead us to bin Laden and the compound where he was hiding."
One senior administration told reporters, though, "we were very concerned ... that he was inside Pakistan, but this is something we're going to continue to work with the Pakistani government on."
The compound is about 100 yards from a Pakistani military academy, in a city that is home to three army regiments and thousands of military personnel. Abbottabad is surrounded by hills and with mountains in the distance.
Critics have long accused elements of Pakistan's security establishment of protecting bin Laden, though Islamabad has always denied it, and in a statement the foreign ministry said his death showed the country's resolve in the battle against terrorism.
Whatever the global repercussions, bin Laden's death marked the end to a manhunt that consumed most of a decade that began in the grim hours after bin Laden's hijackers flew planes into the World Trade Center twin towers in Manhattan and the Pentagon across the Potomac River from Washington. A fourth plane was commandeered by passengers who overcame the hijackers and forced the plane to crash in the Pennsylvania countryside.
In all, nearly 3,000 were killed in the worst terror attacks on American soil.
Former President George W. Bush, who was in office on the day of the attacks, issued a written statement hailing bin Laden's death as a momentous achievement. "The fight against terror goes on, but tonight America has sent an unmistakable message: No matter how long it takes, justice will be done," he said.



Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...