Wednesday, August 29, 2007

What the fuzz with this 3 buggers?

Topic: 300 idiots carrying 6 feet cardboard around, to work, to school, to anywhere that will get you exposure
When: for 21 days
1. 1 of the 300 idiots with most exposure will win RM50,000
2. Those who spot these idiots can win RM100 if you listen & call in to
3. The ultimate objective for the organisers is just another i-think-kinda-good-marketing-way, it's like the new cult after the yellowman.

So, yes a friend of mine, is 1 of the 300 idiots. Please support her. Go to the blog to catch her, while win some buckaroos.

Click on it to kay-poh.
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Thursday, August 16, 2007


And what a lack of motivation means..
As you read this article you will start to understand why a lack of motivation is costing you even more than you realize.

As you read the story below notice how much you have in common with me...
Growing up I never really had much trouble getting things done. I was told what to do by my parents or by my teachers and I did what was expected of me because it was the easiest choice for me.

Getting punished never appealed to me very much.
Then as I got older and especially when I joined the workforce I could get away with doing less and with leaving things until the deadline approached.
In fact in one company where I worked it made no sense finishing work before the deadlines because management kept moving the goal posts.
And very often I worked with people who refused to stretch themselves. This culture of doing as little as you can and appearing to be productive slowly dragged me down.
Over the years as a result of experiences like these I developed bad habits.
One of those habits was a lack of motivation habit.
I can see now how a few bad choices in how I approached work affected all aspects of my life.
The same may be true for you...
What we did over the years was create bad habits that need to be given up and replaced with a new way of behaving.

Do you realize what these bad habits have cost you in your life?
1. You missed the sense of accomplishment and the satisfaction that comes with succeeding on a big scale.
2. You lost the respect of your peers and you are excluded from the winners circle.
3. You no longer feel in control of your destiny and in fact you are a victim of circumstance.
4. You earn far less than people of lesser intelligence and ability.
5. You worry about the future because you fear you may not be able to deal with things.
A lack of motivation is a bad habit you can and must change.

How true, I got the above from another blog, but i can't remember the URL anymore.
It's just another cloudy day, as always.


Monday, August 13, 2007

MAM Roadshow, Batu Kawan, Penang

MAM's 2nd Road Show held at Stadium Batu Kawan, Pulau Pinang on 11th August 2007 (Saturday) at 6.00p.m. in conjunction with 'Program Sukan Malam' organised by the Ministry of Youth & Sports, Malaysia. There will be lots of activities including Autosprint Competition for cars. MAM stands for Motorsports Association Malaysia or you may log on to

Few GRA members went to support the roadshow, there's few of us driving up all the way from KL.

This is probably my slowest drive ever. 80km/h all the way, started my journey about 10am, i've reach the island about 3pm. Half way in the R&R, my tyres became so rubberised that it looked it it just came out from Sepang.

Arrived at Stadium about 6pm, and darn there's a HUGE car park without curbs in between. Nice! But it's too sandy. By 7.30pm we've registered and got our comp number. The scrutt was kinda complete because they checks that all covers are tighten.
By 9pm we're starting our practise runs. So everyone rush to the line to get their turn. Some skipped, it was chaos as there isnt any proper instructions. Not long after, the practice run was held up because the spectators are standing too near to the circuit. After about hundred annoucement being made, the RELA guys are forcing them to step back. Seriously, i think they didn't understand, or the spectators didn't even know it's about them.

The practise run takes forever and, finally at 10.45pm, they are stopping all practise runs. My time did not appear in the sheet, but my 2nd driver have 3 names on the practise run time.
By 12am, there's no annoucement on when it's the start of the first timed run. There's nothing. Until 12.30am. 7 packed and preparing to go home. Left 3 of us, Charlene, Unker Champ and me. I went back to hotel after my first run. Only Unker Champ stayed after that. It ended around 2.30am, and finally the result is out. At 4.30am.

This is a completely waste of time, petrol, my tyres, everything. And the circuit, it's too sandy, the car is out of control everywhere. I wasn't going too fast either. I'm 10 secs behind unker champ.


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Thursday, August 09, 2007

Finally, A Haircut

6 months. 6 freaking months without a haircut. I was cursing since 4 weeks ago that i need one.

This would be the most satisfying haircut i've gotten. Something i've never dare to execute.

I'm glad i did it. Watch out for the new lala in town. The lala car will come next.


Saturday, August 04, 2007

H for Hot

This one caught me on surprise. In the morning my rpm was on the 2,000rpm. Suspecting something amiss i plan to make a trip to the mech when able. So by the night, i was speeding home. And while looked, this is what i got. Darn, so i drop the gear as i approach the wide corner, it goes down immediately. Now, talking to myself, it might be the fan not working hard enough.

Anyway, the reservoir tank was dry. And there's smoke. Even before that, the reservoir tank was giving problem. Upon checking, guess what, its neither any of the problem suspected.
My head was gone. I mean my head gasket is a goner. Leaving my radiator oily, and me basically transport breakdown. And so happen, i've got to go KLCC & Mid Valley on the same day.

Taking LRT to KLCC wasn't a hassle, just time consuming. And thinking how could i get to Mid Valley, it's either, make a stop in Bangsar & wait for bus/feederbus/cab. Or be a lil adventurous and try the KTM Komuter. Being lazy, i did the Bangsar stop. And then i realize i have 1 X 50 note. Nothing else. No change for bus fare, not too sure if bus takes Touch & Go, risk getting scolded by cabbie, i decided to call for backup. And 30 mins later, a friend came pick me up.

While i was stuck at the bus stop, i've given direction to 2 tourist, and 1 local. Not too bad yeah.


Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Yellowman Still Alive

There's speculation about Yellowman died, out of campaign weeks ago. Curious enough, a look into DiGi's HQ revealed that Yellowman had gone for traning, to bring a stronger coverage to you. And to beat up the ah beng that talk on the phone in the cinema maybe. (as seen in major TV/cinema ad)

Check these proof out.

A group of overweight, teletubby Yellowman.
Under going training.

And here you go, the beefed up Yellowman!!!! With 3 signal. Now we hope the ah beng & the ah lian out there don't talk on the phone too much....

A spy video of New Yellowman Campaign.

Meanwhile Yellowman bootcamp video is located here.