Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Holiday in KK!!!~


1. First of all, i just to let all of u know that i am still in KK~

2. I have a great Hari Raya within the past week. Not wonderful, just great.

3. Had some great moments, and some forgettable moments.

4. Have to dwell with personal problems, and addition of more problems.

5. Getting to know more people and made new friends.

6. Happy to be around my FnF!!!

7. Loving KK so very much!!!!

8. Enjoying being alone at times.

9. Getting updates of my friends.

10. Eating lots and lots of delicioussssssssss foodssssss!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

~dats all for now, don't feel like writing much ryte now..snore~


Monday, September 14, 2009

Buka Puasa!!~


That's the day I'll be talking about here. The day me n my fellow USM Sabahan with the rest of the Sabahan from all the IPTs in West Malaysia have our "Majlis Berbuka Puasa" together.

This will most probably be my last gathering in the event organized by Yayasan Sabah since it's my final Year in USM. And i sure met a lot of people i knew from Matriculation College. Not forgetting to mention meeting my best friend there!! I've been going to this annual event since my second year here in USM. Though this is the first time that our university sent so many from our Engineering Campus. Credits to my Juniors who worked this out for all of us (Fauzi and Taki).

Among those I met there are Uping, Kip, Kero, Fendi, Girl, Su, Nurul and more of them whom I can't recall their name but I remember their faces. Oh, almost gorgot tomention my lil bro, Aman who was there as well with UPSI.. hehe~ And it's exciting that I met with my former primary school classmate, and this one here I can't even recall her face. Lucky enough she still remember me. Well, this is the main purpose I joined the programme in the first place. To meet all the Sabahan I can while I'm here.

Same as the years before, our Chief Minister of Sabah, Datuk Seri haji Musa bin Aman joined us again this time around. And his speech still delivers the same meaning as the years before, though this time with a different approach. LoL~ And his pantun never failed to entertained us, in a way not because it's a good pantun whatsoever, but it's better than listening to his speech about the development in Sabah and about the goods provided by the government.. For most of the attendance there, they've been listening to it every year, so we know what to expect from his speech...hehe~

If i'm going to talk bout the whole event, you readers must be bored to death, so, just look at these pictures!!! Picture tells a thousand stories, right??


And finally, my personal pic~


Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Wrestling Addiction!!

I've been living in the wrestling world since I was a little boy. Seems like I still can't get rid of my wrestling addiction. Not that I feel like that's a problem though. Just look at the Americans enjoying them, a sold out arena each coming week!!!

I really cant figure out what's in their mind really. I'm really amazed with their entertainment point of view there. Every major sports having full house audience, I mean every sports except one..guess what??Ryte!!!Amazingly,it's SOCCER!!!

The most anticipated games in the world is the least interesting(maybe) sport to them. OMG, wish we have that kind of atmosphere here(I don't mean with the soccer thing), with the audience giving their all in supporting their favorite games and teams!! And I'm not trying to be sarcastic here, just giving out my point of view.

Back to the main topic, WWE!!! From the era of WWF, the rise and fall of the WCW, the confusing 6 sided ring of TNA Wrestling to the Japanese wrestling fed(cant recall it's name,Brock Lesnar's here though), I still cant get enough of all the acts and arts displayed by the wrestlers(aka actors & actresses).. Yup, I know it's all just an act, so what???!!!It's still great to watch!!!

I'm surrounded by people who told me to "grow up" for I am watching wrestling. People, take this into consideration,watching them wrestle means the same as appreciating what they're doing. It's still a sport and it's a well received sport worldwide with their own backbone to support them,the WWE Universe. So,for those who think they're grown up enough if they're not watching this,be it. I'm showing respect for the sport and if you're not down with it, i've got two words for you!!!!

Monday, September 7, 2009

Out of boredom!~

Just comics to brighten up your day~
Cheer up!!!~

(i found this one realy hillarious,LOL)

Sunday, September 6, 2009

American Idol S8 final four updates~

By Brian Mansfield, Special for USA TODAY

American Idol’s bespectacled third-place finisher, Danny Gokey, has cut a record deal with 19 Recordings/RCA Nashville, marking the first time in the show’s history that Idol’s recording arm has signed the entire final four.

Contracts for winner Kris Allen, runner-up Adam Lambert and fourth-place finisher Allison Iraheta were announced in June.

“We absolutely love Danny,” says Sony Music Nashville chairman Joe Galante, who praises the “soulful edge” in the 29-year-old singer’s gravelly voice. “We haven’t had anybody like that (in country) since Ronnie Milsap or T. Graham Brown.”

Though no producer is attached to Gokey’s album yet, he’ll go into a Nashville studio shortly after the Idols Live tour ends Sept. 15. Galante expects a single in late fall and an album to follow, most likely in March.

When Gokey was on Idol, “I was so wet behind the ears, I didn’t know where I wanted to go,” the singer says. “But I most related to the message and the music of country.”

Gokey sang three country tunes during his Idol run and is performing Rascal Flatts’ What Hurts the Most and My Wish on tour. He counts Wynonna Judd, Alan Jackson and Brooks & Dunn among his favorite country acts.

Idol’s track record as a reliable generator of mainstream hits has become more appealing as album sales continue to slide. Eleven Idol alumni now have singles in the top 40 at some radio format, and three —Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood and Chris Daughtry— are among the few acts that have sold more than half a million albums this year.

Any of Season 8’s final four could have won, and they all deserve their deals, says music consultant Tom Vickers, a former A&R executive. “Each had the chops, the personality,” he says. “Each was distinctly different.”

Last week, Allen announced via Twitter that his album would arrive Nov. 17. As he did on the show, Allen could combine blue-eyed soul and singer/songwriter pop on his album, since he’s been working with The Fray’s Joe King, Mat Kearney and R&B writers Claude Kelly and Salaam Remi.

Release dates for Lambert’s and Iraheta’s albums are planned for November but have not yet been set. Lambert has promised a mix of glam-rock and dance music in his collaborations with RedOne, Max Martin, Linda Perry and Greg Wells, and the teenage Iraheta aims for an energetic rock sound and writing with Kevin Rudolf and David Hodges.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009


Need to remind myself of what's important to me in life~

1~Allah S.W.T

2~Rasulallah S.A.W

3~My Parents

4~My besties

5~My friends


Through hardship,through pain...
Through happiness,through joy...
Always remember to push forward..
For you are not alone..

Just a little reminder to myself..