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Thursday, March 24, 2011

Antara Sahabat dan Kawan-Kawan

teringat tentang seorang kawan, dia suka sangat bercerita.. dia suka berkongsi cerita dengan kawan-kawan dia, dia selalu berusaha untuk menjaga hati orang di sekeliling dia...
dia memang peramah, dia senang untuk didekati bak kata orang dia memang ringan mulut..
dia boleh bersembang dengan orang yang duduk di sebelah dia ketika menaiki LRT, dia boleh bercerita dengan orang yang tumpang makan semeja dengan dia.. dia boleh bergelak ketawa dengan orang tersebut padahal belum berkenalan pun, bahkan nama pun masing-masing xtahu...
senyuman selalu terukir di bibirnya, katanya senyum itu sedekah.. senyum itu menceriakan hati yang luka.. senyum itu xternilai harganya, senyuman yang tulus dari hati itu xkan mampu dibeli walaupun dengan segunung duit sekalipun katanya...
kawan-kawannya suka bertanya dengan dia, minta pendapat dengan dia.. dan dia memang x kedekut ilmu. katanya ilmu itu anugerah Tuhan, tidak ada salahnya kalau dikongsi bersama..
tapi satu hari dia tersedar bila kawan-kawannya yang dia anggap sahabat itu mengenepikan dia.. dia mula terasa bila kawan-kawan yang dianggap sahabat itu merahsiakan sesuatu yang sepatutnya sahabat kongsi bersama, walaupun cerita itu cerita gembira, cerita sedih ataupun hanya lawak jenaka..
dia mula tersedar kalau dia itu tidak dianggap sahabat yang sebenar..
tapi, walaupun begitu bila kawan-kawannya ada kesusahan dia tetap menhulurkan bantuan, dia tetap memberi pendapat kerana baginya dunia ini bulat, masa untuk setiap manusia itu sentiasa  ada, Tuhan itu adil dengan semua makhluk ciptaannya.
banyak orang dengki dengan dia sebab mereka kata dia bijak, dia ada pelajaran, dia ada rupa, banyak orang menyenangi dia tapi dia x pernah ambil tahu, dia x kisah pun sebab katanya itu lumrah alam bila ada yang suka pasti ada yang benci, katanya Tuhan ciptakan semua perkara, semua benda di dunia ini berpasang-pasang.
walaupun dia jarang ambil hati dengan semua perlakuan kawan-kawannya tapi sebagai manusia biasa dia tetap x boleh lari dari tersinggung, dia tetap punya sekeping hati yang mudah tersentuh..
tapi dia kata, memang kadang-kadang dia terasa, adakalanya tersentak hati katanya tapi dia x mahu terlalu memikirkan semua itu, baginya semua itu cuma menyeksa diri.. jalan penyelasaian sentiasa di carinya..
semua perkara itu ada sebab, semua masalah itu ada penyelasaian, tiada yang mustahil baginya, jangan saja meminta itu orang yang dah meninggal itu dihidupkan semula katanya..
dalam serius ada jenakanya, dalam tangis ada tawanya.. dari pandangan orang di sekelilingnya seperti hidup ini terlalu mudah untuk dia, tapi sebenarnya itu kesukaran yang paling berat untuknya...
dia kata dia xsuka membenci, biar x suka tapi jangan pernah benci katanya.. benci itu akan memakan hati dan perasaan kita.. belajar menyukai orang yang dia xsuka, senyum dengan orang yang memusuhi dia, bersahabat dengan musuh.. baginya itu adalah yang paling sukar sebab kena kawal emosi dan perasaan katanya...
emosi dan perasaan itu dugaan terbesar manusia, bila emosi dan perasaan itu menjadi raja, manusia yang paling mulia pun akan menjadi syaitan, insan yang paling sempurna pun akan hancur hidupnya.. katanya berhati-hati dengan semua orang di sekeliling kita walaupun keluarga kita sendiri sebab akal kewarasan manusia ini sentiasa di luar jangkauan.
manusia x ada seorang pun yang sempurna, bila ada yang sempurna sedikit sahaja sudah mula lupa asal usul, terleka dengan keindahan duniawi.. itu lah fitrah manusia..

 terlalu banyak perkarang tentang dia, terlalu banyak cerita tentang dia..
                                   ~~~~will be continue ~~~~~

~~miz adeqzLa~~

Happy 172nd Birthday OK..

reading the history of 'OK' at Oxford University Press blog.. the most popular word all over the world.. today its turn 172 in age..
Happy Birthday to 'OK'... :-D

Refer to Dennis Baron, OK should not have become the world’s most popular word. It was first used as a joke in the Boston Morning Post on March 23, 1839, a shortening of the phrase “oll korrect,” itself an incorrect spelling of “all correct.” The joke should have run its course, and OK should have been forgotten, just like we forgot the other initialisms appearing in newspapers at the time, such as O.F.M, ‘Our First Men,’ A.R., ‘all right,’ O.W., ‘oll wright,’ K.G., ‘know good,’ and K.Y., ‘know yuse.

Here’s that first OK, discovered almost 50 years ago by the linguist Alan Walker Read:
he of the Journal . . . would have the “contribution box,” et ceteras, o.k.—all correct—and cause the corks to fly, like sparks, upward. [“He” is the editor of the rival Providence paper, and the subject of the article, the shenanigans of rowdy journalists and their friends, is so trivial that explaining it in no way explains OK’s success.]
The fact that the writer, the Post’s editor Charles Gordon Greene, defines OK as “all correct” confirms its novelty—readers wouldn’t be expected to know what it meant. But because readers were already used to jokey initialisms, Greene expected them to connect “oll korrect” and “all correct” on their own. He didn’t have to ask, “OK, Get it?” or add a final “Haha” to the message.
But why did OK have more staying power than yesterday’s newspaper? One thing that kept OK going after its March 23, 1839 sell-by date was its adoption by the 1940 re-election campaign of Pres. Martin Van Buren. Van Buren, born in Kinderhook, New York, was known as Old Kinderhook, and his political machine operated out of New York’s O.K. (Old Kinderhook) Democratic Club. The coincidence between “Old Kinderhook” and “oll korrect” proved a sloganeer’s dream, as this notice for a political rally illustrates:
The Democratic O.K. Club are hereby ordered to meet at the House of Jacob Colvin. [1840, Oxford English Dictionary, known more commonly by the initialism OED]
That campaign may have helped OK more than it helped Van Buren, who was definitely not OK: he was blamed for the financial crisis of 1837 and roundly trounced in the election by William Henry Harrison. Harrison himself wasn’t so OK: he died from pneumonia a month after giving a 2-hour inaugural address in the rain, but OK got national exposure, and it was soon tapped as one of many shorthand expressions (like gmlet for ‘give my love to’) serving the new telegraph, the “Victorian internet” that began spreading across the U.S. in the 1840s:
The communication with shore continued to improve, and was, in the language of telegraphers, O.K. [1865, OED]
Because OK is so common today, it’s easy to conclude that OK was successful right out of the box. That may not have been the case. If we track the rise of OK using the Google ngram, which searches those books printed between 1500 and 2008 that have been scanned into Google’s book project database, we find a relatively flat line for the word’s first 125 years, followed by a surge beginning in the mid-1960.
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~~miz adeqzLa~~

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Hahhaa.... Cerita si Dollah Bakhil

Tadi baru dapat sms.. its funny.. hahhaaa
come smile and laugh with me..

Dollah Bakhil memang tersangat popular kerana kebakhilannyaitu. Satu hari dengan muka yang macam kena makan penyepak, Dollah pergi ke Kedai Gobi sambil marah yang teramat sangat.

Dollah : Eh! Gobi, lu mau makan untung atas angin ka??

Gobi : Apa pasal la Dollah marah-marah??

Dollah : Mana free gift yang aku patut dapat masa beli minyak semalam??

Gobi : Free Gift??? ada ka Dollah???

Dollah : Apa pula takda nya.. ni kat botol minyak tulis "CHOLESTEROL FREE"..

Gobi : Ayoyooo... ini macam punya orang pun ada ka...adeiiii...

hahhhaaa.... sampai kolesterol free pun nak minta kt tuan kedai...
aku gelak dulu ar..

~~miz adeqzLa~~

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Japan Nuclear Crisis Getting Worst

Latest news today for Japan nuclear crisis; Goverment considers burying Fukushima nuclear plant in sand and concrete amidst power concerns..
if this is the last choice i hope the Goverment will do it for the sake of people life there..

Posted: 03/18/11 12:09 PM

Japan Earthquake 2011: Government Considers Burying Fukushima Nuclear Plant Amidst Power Concerns

This satellite image shows the earthquake and tsunami damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant on March 14. A pool containing spent fuel rods at Fukushima's No. 4 reactor "is the major concern" in Japan's nuclear crisis, presenting the risk of radioactivity being released directly into the air, according to the French safety agency.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese engineers conceded on Friday that burying a crippled nuclear plant in sand and concrete may be a last resort to prevent a catastrophic radiation release, the method used to seal huge leakages from Chernobyl in 1986.
But they still hoped to solve the crisis by fixing a power cable to two reactors by Saturday to restart water pumps needed to cool overheating nuclear fuel rods. Workers also sprayed water on the No.3 reactor, the most critical of the plant's six.
It was the first time the facility operator had acknowledged burying the sprawling 40-year-old complex was possible, a sign that piecemeal actions such as dumping water from military helicopters or scrambling to restart cooling pumps may not work.
"It is not impossible to encase the reactors in concrete. But our priority right now is to try and cool them down first," an official from the plant operator, Tokyo Electric Power Co, told a news conference.
As Japan entered its second week after a 9.0-magnitude earthquake and 10-meter (33-foot) tsunami flattened coastal cities and killed thousands, the world's worst nuclear crisis since Chernobyl and Japan's worst humanitarian crisis since World War Two looked far from over.
Around 6,500 people have been confirmed dead from the earthquake and tsunami while 10,300 are missing, many feared dead.
Some 390,000 people including many elderly are homeless and battling near-freezing temperatures in makeshift shelters in northeast coastal areas. Food, water, medicine and heating fuel is in short supply.
The government signaled it could have moved faster in dealing with the multiple disasters.
"An unprecedented huge earthquake and huge tsunami hit Japan. As a result, things that had not been anticipated in terms of the general disaster response took place," Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano told a news conference.
Japan also raised the severity rating of the nuclear crisis from Level 4 to Level 5 on the seven-level INES international scale, putting it on a par with America's Three Mile Island accident in 1979, although some experts say it is more serious.
Chernobyl was a 7 on the INES scale.
Tourists, expatriates and many Japanese continue to leave Tokyo, fearing a blast of radioactive material from the nuclear complex 240 km (150 miles) to the north, even though health officials and the U.N. atomic watchdog have said radiation levels in the capital were not harmful.
That is little solace for about 300 nuclear plant workers toiling in the radioactive wreckage, wearing masks, goggles and protective suits with seams sealed off by duct tape to keep out radioactive particles. "My eyes well with tears at the thought of the work they are doing," Kazuya Aoki, a safety official at Japan's Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency, told Reuters.
Even if engineers restore power at the Fukushima Daiichi plant, the pumps may be too damaged from the earthquake, tsunami or subsequent explosions to work.
The first step is to restore power to pumps for reactors No. 1 and 2, and possibly 4, by Saturday, said Hidehiko Nishiyama, Japan's nuclear safety agency spokesman.
By Sunday, the government expects to connect electricity to pumps for its badly damaged reactor No.3 -- a focal point in the crisis because of its use of mixed oxides, or mox, containing both uranium and highly toxic plutonium.
Asked about burying the reactors in sand and concrete, Nishiyama said: "That solution is in the back of our minds, but we are focused on cooling the reactors down."
Burying the reactors would leave part of Japan off-limits for decades. "It's just not that easy," Murray Jennex, a San Diego State University in California professor said when asked about the so-called Chernobyl option to bury the reactors.
"They are kind of like a coffee maker. If you leave it on the heat, they boil dry and then they crack," he said. "Putting concrete on that wouldn't help keep your coffee maker safe. But eventually, yes, you could build a concrete shield and be done with it."
The Group of Seven rich nations, stepping in together to calm global financial markets after a tumultuous week, agreed to join in rare concerted intervention to restrain a soaring yen.
The U.S. dollar surged more than two yen to 81.80 after the G7's pledge to intervene, leaving behind a record low of 76.25 hit Thursday.
Japan's Nikkei share index ended up 2.7 percent, recouping some of the week's stinging losses. It has lost 10.2 percent this week, wiping $350 billion off market capitalization.
U.S. markets, which had tanked earlier in the week on the back of the crisis, rebounded Thursday but investors were not convinced the advance would last.
The yen has seen steady buying since the earthquake as Japanese and international investors closed long positions in higher-yielding, riskier assets such as the Australian dollar, funded by cheap borrowing in the Japanese currency.
Expectations that Japanese insurers and companies would repatriate billions of dollars in overseas funds to pay for a reconstruction bill that is expected to be much costlier than the one that followed the Kobe earthquake in 1995 also have helped boost the yen.
The plight of those left homeless by the earthquake and tsunami worsened following a cold snap that brought heavy snow to worst-affected areas.
Supplies of water, heating oil and fuel are low at evacuation centers, where many survivors wait bundled in blankets. Many elderly lack proper medical supplies. Food is often rationed. Rescue workers report acute fuel shortages.
The government said Friday it was considering moving some evacuees to parts of the country unscathed by the devastation.
Nearly 320,000 households in the north were still without electricity in near-freezing weather as of Friday afternoon, officials said, and the government said at least 1.6 million households lacked running water.
The government has told everyone living within 20 km (12 miles) of the crippled plant to evacuate, and advised people within 30 km (18 miles) to stay indoors.
The U.S. embassy in Tokyo has urged citizens living within 80 km (50 miles) of the plant to evacuate or remain indoors "as a precaution," while Britain's foreign office urged citizens "to consider leaving the area." Other nations have urged nationals in Japan to leave the country or head south.
(Additional reporting by Linda Sieg, Nathan Layne, Elaine Lies, Leika Kihara and Chris Gallagher; Writing by Jason Szep; Editing by Dean Yates and John Chalmers)
Copyright 2010 Thomson Reuters. Click for Restrictions.

Based on CNN report they said the radiation increased again, read this report

March 16, 2011|By Paul Armstrong, CNN

A cloud of white smoke rose above Japan's earthquake-damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant Wednesday, as radiation levels were reported to have increased again.
Earlier in the day, a fire was discovered in the No. 4 reactor building at the plant, a Tokyo Electric Power Company official told reporters. It renewed concerns over spent fuel rods sitting in an uncovered pool inside, which would release dangerous radiation if they caught fire. This followed explosions in the past few days at No.1, 2 and 3 reactors.
How dangerous are radiation levels now?
Workers trying to stabilize three overheating reactors at the plant were "asked to withdraw to a safe area," Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano said. Authorities later allowed them to return after radiation levels dropped, the Tokyo Electric Power Company said.
A Japanese self defense forces helicopter also aborted its mission to head to the site to drop cooling water over the reactors because of radiation levels, Japanese public broadcaster NHK reported.
Radiation levels at the plant have surged and dropped repeatedly over the past few days. The most recent spike "probably" occurred "because the containment vessel in reactor No. 3 has been damaged," a spokesman for Japan's nuclear safety agency later told reporters.
Another fire had broken out Tuesday in the No. 4 reactor. While it burned, radiation levels at the plant increased to about 167 times the average dose, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said. That dose quickly diminished with distance from the plant, and radiation fell back to levels where it posed no immediate public health threat, Edano said.
But concerns about a potential shift in wind direction that could send increased levels of radiation toward populated areas prompted authorities to warn people as far as 18.6 miles (30 kilometers) from the plant to stay inside.
What caused the smoke?
Edano said the smoke or vapor above the plant may have been caused by breach in the containment structure around the No. 3 reactor's containment vessel -- the steel and concrete shell that insulates radioactive material inside.
Do we know the extent of the damage to the reactors?

~~miz adeqzLa~~

Cerita Tentang Tahun 2011

Received one message from my little brothers, they spread out this news to all thier friends,
since i didn't know its true or just a belief, i sharing it here...

Tahun ini 2011 kita akan mengalami 4 tarikh yang jarang berlaku dalam setahun iaitu
** 1-1-11 **
** 11-1-11 **
** 1-11-11 **
** 11-11-11 **

dan bukan itu sahaja, cuba ambil 2 nombor terakhir di mana tahun kita dilahirkan tambah dengan umur kita pada tahun 2011 ini keputusannya ialah 111 untuk semua orang... contohnya lahir pada tahun 1981 umur pada tahun 2011 pastinya 30 kan.. jadi 81 + 30 = 111 .. Orang mengatakan no 111 itu ialah no kekayaan maksudnya tahun ini ialah tahun kekayaan.
pada bulan 10 ini akan ada 5 kali hari ahad, 5 kali hari isnin dan 5 kali hari sabtu, perkara seperti ini hanya akan berlaku sekali dalam setiap 823 tahun. Dan tahun seperti ini dikenali sebagai 'BEG KEKAYAAN'.
bermaksud jika kita menghantar mesej ini kepada 8 kawan-kawan kita, kekayaan akan muncul pada hari keempat seperti yang dinyatakan dalam Fengshui (tilik tuah) cina, sesiapa yang tidak menghantar mesej ini kepada orang lain tidak akan mendapat apa-apa, ia adalah misteri tapi tidak ada salahnya jika mencuba!!

this is the content of the message, look interesting right..  but look unbelievable, coz for me, in don't believe in fate if we just sit down and didn't do anything.. whatever we get is all depends on our effort.. we never walk around and someone will throw a thousand money to us right.. hahaa.. unless the person is our family and inherits the wealth to us..

~~miz adeqzLa~~

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Shocking News - Radiation falls at Japanese plant

the news that shock people all over the world especially those nearby to North japan..
may God's grace upon Japan and all back to normal soon..

15 March 2011 Last updated at 15:37 GMT

Radiation falls at Japanese plant

Watch: Residents are checked for radiation exposure in Koriyama

Radiation levels have fallen at Japan's earthquake-stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, the government says.
The announcement was made after a fire was extinguished at the plant.
The government had earlier warned that radiation leaks from the plant had reached harmful levels.
Weather reports indicate winds are dispersing radiation from the plant to the east, over the Pacific Ocean, but the government has ordered people living within 20km (12 miles) to leave.
Officials have warned people within 20-30km of the plant to either leave the area or stay indoors.
Japan has also announced a 30-km no-fly zone around the plant to prevent planes spreading the radiation further afield.
Further strong aftershocks - one of 6.1-magnitude centred south-west of Tokyo - continue to rock the country.
Friday afternoon's 9.0-magnitude earthquake, the strongest in Japan since records began to be kept, hit the north-east of the main island of Honshu and triggered a powerful tsunami that devastated dozens of coastal communities.
The latest official death toll from the quake and tsunami stands at nearly 3,400 - but thousands of people are missing and it is feared at least 10,000 may have been killed.
More than 500,000 people have been made homeless.
The government has deployed 100,000 troops to lead the aid effort.
The crisis at the Fukushima plant - which contains six nuclear reactors - has mounted since the earthquake knocked out the cooling systems.
Explosions rocked the buildings housing reactors one and three on Saturday and Monday.
On Tuesday morning a third blast hit reactor two's building. A fire also broke out at a spent fuel storage pond at the power plant's reactor four.
That reactor had been shut down before the quake for maintenance, but its spent nuclear fuel rods were still stored on the site.
Officials said the explosions were caused by a buildup of hydrogen.
Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano said they were closely watching the remaining two reactors at the plant, five and six, as they had begun overheating slightly.
He said cooling seawater was being pumped into reactors one and three - which were returning to normal - and into reactor two, which remained unstable.
Japan's nuclear safety agency said earlier it suspected the blast may have damaged reactor two's suppression chamber, which would have allowed radioactive steam to escape.
The BBC's Chris Hogg in Tokyo says that would make it a more serious incident than the previous explosions, which were thought just to have damaged the buildings housing the reactors.


  • Experts say even small radiation doses, as low as 100 millisieverts, can slightly raise cancer risk
  • Exposure to 1,000 millisieverts is estimated to increase risk of fatal cancer by about 5%
  • Leukaemia, a bone marrow cancer, is the most common radiation-induced cancer
  • Others include cancer of lung, skin, thyroid, breast and stomach; can take years to develop
  • Half of those exposed to between 4,000-5,000 millisieverts die in a month
Rolling blackouts
Radiation levels in the Japanese capital - 250km away - were reported to be higher than normal, but officials said there were no health dangers.
Tokyo residents have been stocking up on supplies, with some stores selling out of items such as food, water, face masks and candles.
Housewife Mariko Kawase, 34, told AFP news agency: "I am shopping now because we may not be able to go out due to the radiation."
Radiation levels in Chiba prefecture, next to Tokyo, were 10 times above normal levels, Kyodo News reports.
After Tuesday's blast, radiation dosages of up to 400 millisieverts per hour were recorded at the Fukushima Daiichi site, about 250km north-east of Tokyo.
A single dose of 1,000 millisieverts causes temporary radiation sickness such as nausea and vomiting.
Rolling blackouts would affect five million households on Tuesday, said Tokyo Electric Power Co (Tepco), which runs the 40-year-old Fukushima plant.
In other developments:
  • An elderly man was pulled out from a collapsed building in Ishinomaki in Miyagi prefecture, 96 hours after the disaster
  • A 70-year-old woman was rescued after 92 from rubble in the coastal town of Otsuchi
  • Airlines from Asia and Europe - including Germany's Lufthansa, Air China and Taiwan's EVA Airways - halted flights to Tokyo
  • The Nikkei share index tumbled again, ending 10.55% lower, as the central bank pumped almost $100bn (£62bn) more cash into the financial system, a day after its record $183bn intervention
  • Ninety-one countries have offered aid to Japan, ranging from blankets to search dogs and military transport aircraft
The UK Foreign Office has updated its travel advice to warn against all non-essential travel to Tokyo and north-eastern Japan. British nationals and friends and relatives of those in Japan can contact the Foreign Office on +44(0) 20 7008 0000.
Map of exclusion zone around Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant - 15 March 2011

source : BBC News - Japan earthquake

~~miz adeqzLa~~

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Bilang saja OK

homesick bila dgr lagu ni, favourite song my niece, my sisters at home.. huhuuuu
love and miss the so much....
 i love my family.. even we aren't perfect but we love each other through the good, the bad even the ugly... its doesn't matter how the time and distance separate us, how the thick and thin in between us but i'm glad that i've got have such a great family, they're the best gift i could have ever been given.. its a gift from heaven.. thanks God for this wonderful gift.. 
layan lagu dulu sambil berangan ada kt umah wt lovey dovey family..

OK by T2

Seandainya kau bilang saja padaku
Apa yang kau rasakan
Tanpa harus kau diam dan diam lagi
Buatku tak mengerti

Kau datang dan pergi
Seperti sibuk sendiri
Kau suka ku suka
Tapi berputar-putar
Aku bingung sendiri
Melihatmu begini
Kau buat aku jadi pusing

Aku tahu maumu
Aku tahu maksudmu
Aku mau jawaban
Cukup satu jawaban
A… ok
A… ok
Bilang saja ok
Aku mau jawaban
Cukup satu jawaban

Aku bingung sendiri
Aku tahu maumu
Cukup satu jawaban
Bilang saja ok
Bilang saja ok
Bilang saja ok
Aku mau jawaban
Cukup satu jawaban

More lyrics:

~~miz adeqzLa~~

Suara Ku Berharap

layan lagu di malam hari... favourite song

Hijau Daun – Suaraku (Berharap)

Disini aku masih sendiri
Merenungi hari-hari sepi
Aku tanpamu
Masih tanpamu

Bila esok hari datang lagi
Ku coba untuk hadapi semua ini
Meski tanpamu
Meski tanpamu

Bila aku dapat bintang yang berpijar
Mentari yang tenang bersamaku disini
Ku dapat tertawa menangis merenung
Di tempat ini aku bertahan

Suara dengarkanlah aku
Apa kabarnya pujaan hatiku
Aku disini menunggunya
Masih berharap di dalam hatinya
Suara dengarkanlah aku

Apakah aku s’lalu dihatinya
Aku disini menunggunya
Masih berharap di dalam hatinya
Kalau aku masih tetap disini

Ku lewati semua yang terjadi
Aku menunggumu
Aku menunggu

~~miz adeqzLa~~


bosannya.. xtau nk buat apa pun.. balik2 game zombie yg x abis2 lg ni..
xpun skodeng wall org dlm fb.. org da xda keja kn  jd... begitulah kejadiannyaa...
layan youtube, baca isu semasa, masuk cnn tgk perkembangan tsunami kt jepun..
masuk bbc news, macam2 ada dlm internet ni skng, ada news tipu, ada yg btl, ada yg dilebih lebihkan..
macam2... tp aku tetap rasa bosan jg.. berkawan ngn laptop ni la.. huh!!!

mengantuk tp xleh nk pejam mata, segar pla la mata ni.. adoyaiii.. insomnia ka aku???

nasib la public diary ni wujud, teringat kt public dairy ku yg da berabuk ni, kesian pla.. drpada xbuat apa2 baik aku corat coret bersihkan habuk2 dlm blog aku ni kn.. hehehee

nak tulis apa lg ni, xda idea lnsg.. rasa blurrr.. mcm2 ada dlm otak tp xterluah.. xtersusun ayat mcm coretan aku yg da merapu rapu ni...
agaknya otak ni da berat sgt ngn data, mgkin perlukan defragmented agaknya... baru bole digunakan, jd xda la data dia berterabur mcm statement aku yg ada ni kn.. huhuuuu...

ting tong..... ting tong...ting tong...
really, i feel nothing ----> a.k.a BluRrrrrrrrr

~~miz adeqzLa~~

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

The Most Worst Filing Room in Kuala Lumpur

I'm just get the mood to share this terrible filing room story...
Happen on monday 28th Feb 2011...
have u ever seen this kind of filing room especially for accounts people????
NO aircond, NO fan... full of DUST... u dare to to this????

then, how do u feel if ur bos asking u to find document in this situation??? the document maybe inside one of the box there.....

imagine, how should u do to find the docs??? move all the boxes, move all the file and hope that one of the file is the one u looking for...

girls out there, this is not good enough for ur healthy babe..

huh!!! worst enough...

see... keep all important document like this due to no space, small room for filing

its 10years docs, maybe more some less...

the effect is ----> i got my bellyache til now after taking the heavy file, 2days MC and advised by doctor to take a good rest....  be careful girls...
for those company out there, please prepare a enough space, efficient and arranged filling room for ur documents, never give any hard time to ur staff...

~~miz adeqzLa~~
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