Thursday, 28 January 2010

iPad launched...what's next? iPots, iPlants....

Just another iJunk for the iDiots to spend money least this is something new and not a "newer" version of Ipod or Iphone...(looks and feels like an enlarged Iphone..cough...cough...with no phone capabilities..cough...cough...)

Seriously, i wasn't really impressed with this product compared to Iphone....I was mad with excitement when Iphone was launched....but not this time Steve...

Wednesday, 20 January 2010

Malaysian soldiers are "FEARLESS".....

I think any countries that wish to invade Malaysia have to think twice because we have the meanest, toughest and bravest soldiers to protect our motherland!!!!!

our country needs more of your kind...

Note: The soldier wasn't trying to speed off (given an opening/chance), he was just waiting there, chilled and relaxed til the next green light before riding off casually...Definitely a BRAVE and LAW ABIDING Malaysian!! Bravo!!!

Thursday, 14 January 2010

Dumbest man of the century...

Full coverage below:

The "Brilliant Billionaire"

who created the Rupiah USD....

and got arrested......

at least do some research on the bank note la dei....

this looks much more convincing than those rupiah

Author's remark: If you want to be a conman, you better do some research or learn from the professional....or do it in a place where the people have the intellectual capacity worse than a potato...Malaysians still not that dumb la...with the exception of a few...

Credit: The Star Online

Saturday, 9 January 2010

Worst delivery service ever!!!

alaysian way of delivery!!! Just fantastic!!! It took them 2 hours to make 3 burgers, few nuggets and 2 apple pies...(so called Fast Food....Fast meh??? A Malaysian: 2 hours fast for Malaysians already, don't complain...look at how long the Malaysian wives take to put on a simple makeup???)

It's really torturing for having to wait for your delivery for almost 2 hours because you'll never know if he is going to send it to you. You got the confirmation message saying that the delivery guy is on the way, but how soon? It's really torturing having to sit on the sofa, watching the tv with your mind keep on guessing whether the guy will be here or not? or maybe they have forgotten the order..etc. When you are about to make the call to cancel the order, the guy will instantly show up in front of your door..niamah...

It's bad enough to wait for 2 hours for the delivery... It's worse to see the delivery guy showing you a "shitface" (The face of a guy who has just stepped on a pile of shit) after you've complained to him about the time taken to deliver just 3 burgers and a few stuff (By the way, the M-restaurant is just nearby, I can reach there in less then 8 minutes....) After taking the money, that "shitface" left like he was chased by a pack of hungry wolves...When I looked at the delivery, the packages were soggy (it rained for a while) and the food was long cold.....

He was really smart to disappear instantly or I would've sent his ass to mars......

Tuesday, 5 January 2010

Google powered Nexus One preview!!!

Will this new android phone end the domination of Apple's Iphone in the market? Or it'll just be another piece of crap that we don't really need it....

credit: atreblatrebla (Youtube)

Monday, 4 January 2010

They should have done this long time ago!! General Election soon???

Rate for broadband service should be reasonable: Rais

KUALA LUMPUR: The government will study the existing rate for broadband services so that its usage can be widened and does not pose a burden to users.

Information Communication and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim said that in this context, the ministry would compare the rate with the existing rates in several countries such as Korea, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia.

"The ministry will find a way so that the charges for internet and broadband services in Malaysia are affordable and do not pose a burden to the users," he said at a media conference after a special programme with Radio Klasik Nasional at Wisma Radio, Angkasapuri, here late Monday.

He said although the discussion on the payment rate was not welcomed by the service providers, the ministry was committed to reducing the charges so that more people could use the service.

"We hope the charges for internet and broadband services in Malaysia can be brought down so that they will be more such, all service providers must discharge their social responsibility to achieve the government's aspiration," he said.

Meanwhile, Rais said that using the number of households as an index for broadband penetration in Malaysia which had been the case for the past 10 years was no longer practical now.

The minister said broadband penetration should not be focused on the number of households only but should also consider the number of users of mobile telephones and computers, which had now reached 28 million.

"Using the number of households to calculate the broadband penetration index had been practised in Korea for the past 10 years and Malaysia had also used the same method.

“So we (Malaysia) too used the number of households which was six million (then) to determine the broadband penetration index in the country.

"We did not reject it, in fact, the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) had also recorded the rate of broadband penetration at 31 percent based on the figure of six million households.

Although the usage of handphones and computers had been increasing, he said it was strange that both these gadgets were not being used as a data to gauge the rate of broadband penetration now.

He said using the handphones as an index or indicator would be more accurate as there were now 28 million users of handphones in Malaysia and it could be said that most of them used handphones with the 3G service, which meant that the use of the broadband had increased.

In another development, Rais announced that the government would construct more than 1,000 transmission towers of various sizes throughout the country this year to increase the penetration of broadband services in the country.

He said the erection of the towers under the supervision of the MCMC would contribute towards increasing the broadband penetration rate in several areas in Sabah, Sarawak, Pahang, Kelantan and Terengganu which was still below 15 percent currently. - Bernama
Credit: The Star Online

Friday, 1 January 2010

Happy new year!!!!!! 2010!!!

2010 HERE I COME!!!

wishing everyone a prosperous new year!!!!!