Saturday, January 31, 2009
The serenity to accept the things that I cannot change,
The courage to change the things I cannot accept,
The wisdom to hide the bodies I had to kill today because they got on my nerves,
and help me to be careful;
of the toes I step on today as they maybe connected to the ass I need to kiss tomorrow,
and help me to always give 100% at work;
12% on Monday,
23% on Tuesday,
25% on Wednesday,
20% on Thursday ,
5% on Friday,
Help me to remember;
when I am having a bad day and people is trying to wind me up,
it takes 42 muscles to frown,
28 to smile,
and just 4,
to smack someone in the mouth.
Recently, I discovered that, I hate neurology. Ah babi. Harap maklum.
Today the tutor made a damn good joke.
"You have very good knowledge, you could answer things, you could communicate well, but your easy going personality might cloud those facts. And you should try to impress me more often. And you said you are not keen enough, but I thought you were quite keen actually, you came in everyday, on time."
Aha! So best!
1. Knowledge of what? Football?Porno?Politics?Geography? Those i got a lot la. Medicine, errrr
2. Easy going? Ya, i'll take that. But the easy goingness is more towards laziness la.
3. Try to impress you more often? Lemma, I was trying to do that for the past 3 weeks. Are you not impressed? :(
4. Quite keen? Came in everyday? On time? Hahaha..because I car pooled with a full time paid employee who needs to go in everyday by 9...
to be honest, I really had a great time there. The people are friendly because i think they never seen chinese before other than chinese takeaway.
The GPs are all chill chill people and that is why they ended up being a GP.
My favourite GP, Rob, he is cool la. Knowledge ganas, teach u in a very bullshit way, and likes to share his stories on his days in medical school, in edinburgh. Most of the consultatnts, and profs today were registrars during his student time, and as he said: you just cant believe that they could be there today.
Friday, January 30, 2009
UMNO members protest MACC, disciplinary board actions.
KUALA LUMPUR: About 50 people gathered outside the Umno headquarters where the party’s supreme council was meeting to stage a protest against the Umno disciplinary council and the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s (MACC) arrest of party members.
The group, said to be Umno Youth members, arrived at 8pm holding placards and banners at the main entrance of Menara Dato’ Onn and shouted their demands as party leaders arrived.
The placards and banners read: “Lembaga disiplin sudah nyanyuk,” “Jangan ambil hak ahli Umno” and “Kami menolak SPRM, boleh blah.” (Disciplinary board is senile; Don’t usurp Umno member’s right: We reject the MACC: butt out)
When Umno president Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi arrived at 8.35pm, the group presented a memorandum to him.
Among its contents was a protest against Umno disciplinary board chairman Tengku Tan Sri Ahmad Rithauddeen’s suggestion that the main wings of the party be abolished and on the alleged beating of Umno members during interrogation by MACC officers.
Zuraidi Abd Rahim, who claimed to be a delegate from Baling, said the group represented about 2,500 Umno Youth delegates nationwide.
He claimed that 39 party members in Pahang were called for interrogation by the commission, alleging that some of them were beaten.
“Two or three of them have lodged police reports,” he said, adding that the reports were attached to the memorandum.
Zuraidi said party grassroots were hoping the leadership would listen to their plea and make the necessary changes.
What rights? and Reject MACC because?
MACC is an anti-graft body, formed by UMNO government.
Understanbly, the Opposition MPs called for MACC to be rejected because naturally they will oppose everything the government does, and secondly, they were not satisfied with the power vested on MACC.
Now these 50 kawan called for rejected of MACC as well.
Because MACC took away their rights?
Which I cant understand...and cant help but to deduce it as, MACC took away your right to bribe?
Is that one of the many special rights enshrined when you joined the party, wahai 50 representatives, who representing the 2500 youth delegates nationwide?
Thursday, January 29, 2009
I hereby solemnly and full of regret to announce that:
I am officially off the facebook, till I am finish with the bloody exam.
Any communication which previously via facebook messaging service would be now halted, and the role would be fully assumed by email, at firstname.lastname@example.org
No wall post or comments would be entertained at my facebook profile, for whatever reasons or the commentee would be awarded dim sum for lunch.
No question allowed in this short press statement.
LAWAK LA I HATE YOU EXAM!!!
1. I want to jog the rich way. You know...your driver drives your Mercedes at 10km/j behind you while u jog on tar road...
2. Do my own The Apprentice. But only beautiful girls are allowed to take part. No guys because I am looking for multitasking and meticulous champion to work as my personal assistant. Winner gets to all expenses paid for trip to Pulau Pangkor for one, with me.
3. Buy an island off some trouble countries, maybe one of the Timur Timor island. Start my own country, the Republic of Ang. Run the country as President, but create pseudo-democratic system. Create some sort of elections because I like to watch elections.
4. Buy Manchester United Football Club and Arsenal Football Club, and then merge them together, as the Manchester Arsenal Football Club. Also, buy off Liverpool and put in all Malaysian's National Senior Squad, and bet heavily on their relegation.
5. Fund the technology of cloning, and clone 365 Jessica Albas, and date them one by one, this year.
- A poor man in his mid-20s with exam stress.
Tuesday, January 27, 2009
It wasnt that hard, just that in retrospect, I thought I performed like 50 percent of what I am capable of.
You know the feeling, of kekness, when u know u could do it, but just, somehow screwed up.
But okla, after introspect a bit, reevaluate my expectations, din fail, cukup liau la. HAHA.
Had a great dinner in Saigon, well done to Poh Peng's food ordering skill. I can see why his brother is so prosperous.
27 of medical students ranging from Year 3 to 5 all there!
Although wasted whole night, without studying, but it was worth catch up with people.
Ramai Gila Babi. One head worth 1 million ringgit spent. We represents 27 million ringgit of economic package for Great Britain ok...
Monday, January 26, 2009
Brought up thinking CNY is just another day,
a bit a bit of ang pow...which not even can last for a month of eating, or gambling.
I cant imagine me now googling youtube for CNY song!
My kehomesicknessan improved a bit when i saw the 4 ppl play balloon so retardicaly.
Since when CNY got ballon wan?
Ini lagi....terus pengsan... the two fella buat wayang kulit kah?
but at least the song better la...
all in all, the best.
apart from the song putus at the end...
trying to emo, but i think i fail la.
The best thing about having new year here, is that, u can call ur friends up, at 8am (1am UK time), and didnt get the usual, lemma who is this bugger1!!
coz u start with Gong Xi Fa Chai!!!!
unless u go call some indians la...hehehe...
Wondering why we never start earlier.
But in fact, I started very early this rotation.
I started right at the beginning.
I studied when I am waiting for bus.
I studied when I am waiting for my friends to fetch me.
And I even studied, when I overnighted in airport that night.
I managed to do a few pages, around 5.
Yeah. Jpa are u not proud of me?
12 weeks later;
And now, I am reading still.
At the same page, page 5, that I stopped about 12 weeks ago.
Gong Xi Fa Cai.
Sunday, January 25, 2009
Tong Torong Chiang. Tong Torong Chiang. (click the media player on the left for further effects.)
Have a great Ox Year of 2009.
Ox year, my year. Hoho.
1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985 and 1997 are Ox people. They make good surgeons, generals and hair-dressers!
People born in the Year of the Ox are patient, speak little, and inspire confidence in others. They tend, however, to be eccentric, and bigoted, and they anger easily. They have fierce tempers and although they speak little, when they do they are quite eloquent. Ox people are mentally and physically alert. Generally easy-going, they can be remarkably stubborn, and they hate to fail or be opposed. They are most compatible with Snake, Rooster, and Rat people.
You know who were born on Ox year?
Ang Choon Seong
(and like 800 other people i know i banting, a few hundred others in freeschool same year) hahaha
Rent for the next 3 bulan - GBP 900
Flight Balik Malaysia February - GBP 500
Hutang Kredit Card - GBP 150
Hutang Lapuk yang ditanggung semasa melancong-lancongan - GBP 550
Baki - GBP 300
So, i got 300 pds, for 3 months.
One month - around 10.
One week, around 25 pds.
Masak, dun go out eat. 25 pds. can la.
Shud be ok la.
Cook everyday spagetti, shud be able la, 25 pds a lot actually. Ha ha.
No more trips. :(
This is the chief speech writer of Obama.
27 years old, making him one of the youngest to hold the post, sharing that record with another guy who served President Carter.
These are the people who wrote the speeches for politicians.
If not, how u think our PM can think of so many fancy terms like Towering Malays...err....etc etc etc...?
Saturday, January 24, 2009
Due to the retard game in the previous entry.
So, i am pressured to post any entry to push it down.
Come i share with u all one rubbish concept/theory.
The Theory of Love, which comprises of 4 different variable combination or permutations of love.
Brad pitt and ang, elina joli.
Ang and one of the future wives
When you have a Chun Chix, and a Handsome guy.
We can conclude that they are: Meant to be
We are highly suspicious of .... Money.
Sometimes, sweet talk can. But rarely. Mostly Money.
Third Theory :
Pictures Unavailable due to the rarity.
When we have an Ugly Girl with a Chun Guy.
We have to acknowledge that is True Love.
Ugly Girl with Ugly Guy...
Most likely diagnosis: No Choice
Basically, it is a skill that a GP uses to encourage patient to change from a negative habit like smoking or alcohol abuse, to a healthier lifestyle.
So, each of us was given 5 minutes to talk to a simulated patient, aka, actor, and the interview was videoed, and in the end, will be reviewed by the tutor.
I learnt something from that tutorial.
Very important lesson.
I looked so handsome lo from that video.
Happy weekend guys.
Friday, January 23, 2009
1. Ong Ewe Hock. Remember him? Ha ha ha. Kena fine.
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 22 — Former national shuttler Ong Ewe Hock was fined RM1,300 by the Magistrate's Court here today after he pleaded guilty to marketing two herbal products containing poison.
Ong, 36, who is Maxonherns Sdn Bhd director admitted to have possessed the products for sale at the company's premises, No. 8 Tg 3/42, Off Jalan Kuching, at 12.15pm on Jan 8, 2007.
The products contained "sildenafil" which was listed as poison under the Poisons Act 1952. Ong was charged under Section 13(a) of the Act and liable to a fine of up to RM3,000 or imprisonment not exceeding two years.
Magistrate Sazlinidayu Kamarul Baharin ordered Ong to pay RM800, in default four months' jail, with regard to one product and RM500, in default two months' jail, for the other.
Ong who was unrepresented stopped the sale of the products since Jan 8, 2007. He paid the fine. — Bernama
2. Top Student in Singapore is a Malaysian. Try apply jpa la wei, ha ha ha.
SINGAPORE, Jan 13 – Singapore’s top O-level student was not here to collect her results and may not even continue her studies in Singapore.
Haw Sue Hern, from CHIJ St Nicholas Girls’ School, had just returned to her home in Subang Jaya, Malaysia, after a holiday in Beijing when she learnt of her results. Her family had planned their holiday before the announcement last week that the O-level results would be released yesterday.
Sue Hern’s score of 10 A1s made her the top O-level performer out of 36,640 students this year.
“I am so surprised with the results ... I wish I could collect my results personally but my parents had planned the holiday already,’ she said in a phone interview.
Her father is an engineer and her mother, a teacher in Malaysia. Sue Hern and her younger sister, a Secondary 3 student at the same school, lived in a hostel here during the school term.
The 16-year-old attended CHIJ St Nicholas on a scholarship which did not have a bond. “I was scared to come to Singapore all by myself but I was impressed by how friendly the teachers were. My parents encouraged me, too,’ she said.
Her secret to success was consistent hard work, she added. “I did my revision regularly and reviewed past test papers.”
She is currently enrolled in an 11-month pre-university course at Taylor’s University College, a private education institution in Subang Jaya, Selangor.
The triple-science student has not decided whether to continue with the course or enrol in a junior college in Singapore. She hopes to become a doctor eventually.
3. Luckily I am not in Singapore. If not i mah kena.
MCA man jailed for offering bribe
SINGAPORE, Jan 7 — A Malaysian community leader initially fined S$15,000 (RM36,000) for offering a bribe to a traffic policeman was yesterday sentenced to jail for six weeks following an appeal by the prosecution.
Justice V. K. Rajah, handing down the jail term at the appeal hearing, stressed that the courts should take a firm, no-nonsense approach towards attempts at graft.
Any attempt to bribe a police officer will bring on a jail term, and if the bribe is accepted, both parties can expect “uncompromisingly stiff custodial sentences”, he said.
It is the way to go if the integrity of the police force as a pillar of society is to be upheld.
Rajah added that the jail term meted out to Lim Teck Choon, 56, took into account mitigating factors raised by his lawyer. He would otherwise have been jailed two to three months.
Lim, who has business interests on both sides of the Causeway, is a member of the MCA and the party's deputy chairman in the town of Kampong Jawa in Johor. A philanthropist, he regularly donates money to temples and an orphanage; in 1988, he donated a building for a school.
A traffic police officer caught Lim making an illegal U-turn on Woodlands Road and driving against the flow of traffic for 50m.
While waiting for a vehicle to take Lim back to the police station, Sergeant Pah Wenxiang tried to defuse the tense situation by starting a conversation.
Lim told the police officer that he owned a few plantations in Malaysia and knew high-ranking officials.
During the conversation, he abruptly asked Pah in Mandarin: “Why want to do this? Be enemy? You should let me go. We can be friends. Next time you come to Malaysia, I will take care of you. Still got good things.”
He also made a gesture that the officer took as an offer of money.
When the sergeant told him it was an offence to bribe a police officer, Lim backed off on his offer.
Lim initially contested the charge of offering a bribe, but pleaded guilty on the second day of trial and was fined S$15,000.
He was also fined S$2,500 and banned from driving for six months for dangerous driving.
Thursday, January 22, 2009
Wednesday, January 21, 2009
Hmm, but then if do in Putrajaya, with population of around 40-50K civil servants, and around 2 to 3 days notification in form surat pekeliling, maybe can get bigger crowd.
Give la nasi lemak paket after that. Mau sell ticket for that ceremony? Hahaha..Dream on. Tot malaysians got nothing better to do ar? Better go Kuala Selangor see api-api k.
I still can remember PM Abdullah's oath taking ceremony just around 6 years ago.
Obama's oath taking, a bit over excited also.
You know what I will do if I am Obama?
If I were to be him ar, I will repeat the last line of the chief judge's "Congratulations Mr President".
Then say, Just kidiing. Muahahhahaha.
Anyway, Bush years ended. Obama's just began.
So we bagi our outgoing ex PM Abdullah boarding Nuri to tour de Putrajaya, go KT, then back to Kepala Batas.
Tuesday, January 20, 2009
Today I saw a lot of obese patients. And having just watched a few episodes of Dragonball these days, i felt like I am seeing a lot of majin buu, just colour different.
I semakin like GP.
I love them not showing me disgusted look when I asked if I can come in later the next day.
I love them not asking me hard questions but always ask me how am i doing.
I love them giving me so much titbits and biscuits for coffee breaks.
I love their chat about some funny cases (which might not be suitable to be discussed here) but it is really FUNNY.
I love their toilet.
I love GP.
I hate portfolio. I hate exams. I hate work.
Monday, January 19, 2009
2. Eat Eat Eat.
Gonna eat till super-duper puas! PUAS! PPPPUUAAAAAASSSSSS!
I tried to think of a list of things that I want to eat within that short span of 3 weeks. Pls if you have anything to add, write in the comment there.
1. Penang Cafe Hokkien Mee (not to say damn nice, but rather of nostalgic values)
2. So Young Chicken Rice
3. Ais Kacang Swatow Lane (now new world?)
4. Nasi Kandar (cincai which one also nice)
5. Ah Tiam Econs Rice
6. Stadium Curry Mee
7. Padang Brown Yong Tau Foo (bahagian tepi balai polis)
8. Padang Brown poh piah (same with above)
9. Dim Sum (Anywhere also nice)
10. Classic Kopitiam Hokkien Mee
11. Hokkien Mee in town, tepi Kwong Wah Yit Poh hq
12. Seafood buffet mana mana
13. Kentucky Fried Chicken
14. kuih talam!
15. ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, kenot liau la. I want to go HOME!
In case you cannot recognise me next time after holiday, this is artist's impression on my post-malaysia-eating-trip (colour might vary)
Sunday, January 18, 2009
These days, some ppl told me that I look like this one:
Handsome leh me?
I think face I am better la. Body more or less the same la.
I dont know la. They say one la.
Do you agree?
(Pls do not send me private emails saying how disgusting u think my imagination is.)
but not including his wages yet.
At the time when the whole UK is on recession
Our friend, the Manchester City, launched a bid for a player called Kaka.
They valued him to be 107 million pounds, that is around 564 million ringgit.
And Kaka would be paid a wage of 500 000 pounds a week.
But i think Torres's comment is the best of all:
"It would be a fantastic contract, yes, but there are other things more important than money. A player wants to be remembered for what he has won.
"Imagine 10 years after you stop playing, you go back, you look around, you are not in any picture, you have no medals, no trophies; it is like you played for nothing.
"You may have a fantastic car, a fantastic home, but what does it matter?
"You can have a contract that is better than your friends, but no player looks back and says: 'I won more money'.''- why my mother didnt send me to football academy last time?
Saturday, January 17, 2009
The only attachment that, I can survive with my limited knowledge and passion in medicine.
Their working style suits me 100%.
2 hours of work, followed by 30-40 minutes of coffee break to catch up,
and then another 1 odd hours of work before 2 hours of lunch break.
Followed by 2 hours of work, and then another coffeebreak, and
an hour of work before see you tom.
Feels like I am working in some jabatan negeri.
I m lovin it.
Pig head in surau at UM
When dawn broke, Mohd Azlan Zainal and his friend Ahmad Shahrir woke up as usual in order to perform their morning prayers.
Sliced in two, the animal's head was placed on a PAS flag and inscribed on the flag were the words 'PMI', 'ProM' and 'PAS'.
It is apparent that the culprits were seeking to link the Islamic opposition party PAS to Persatuan Mahasiswa Islam (Islamic Students Association) and the pro-Mahasiswa (pro-students) faction on campus.
The incident comes as students gear up for their campus polls slated for Jan 19.
At about 8.30am, the pig's head was removed by policemen and taken away in a patrol car.
PMI, which called for a press conference this afternoon, expressed "shock and outrage" over the incident.
"It is a disgrace to a holy place," lamented its president Mohd Haafizuddin Abi Rerah who could not understand why someone would do this.
Asked about security in the area, he said the CCTV cameras were not working and security personnel only go on their patrols at two-hour intervals.
Quizzed on PMI-PAS links
Mohd Azlan, who was also present, told reporters that he spotted a "suspicious white object" on the floor of the surau.
"When I realised what it was, I got shocked and immediately woke up those who were sleeping in the surau," said the 24-year-old literature and social science student.
There were six students who had spent the night in the surau.
"The police recorded my statement and questioned me about PMI's links with PAS. We (PMI) are often labelled as the opposition here," said the former PMI exco member.
However, Mohd Azlan doubts that the incident is the work of a student. Instead, he said, it could be the work of a 'certain quarter' who feels that the campus elections would have an 'effect' on them.
This is not the first time that such an incident has happened.
- More in malaysiakini.
Wednesday, January 14, 2009
I want dimsum.
I have decided to marry the daughter of the owner of any good dimsum place.
- today lunch: kitkat, biskut and apple.
- dinner: biskut.
- reason: lazy to go out and no food at home.
- solution: see pictures of food.
Tmr GP again. SHYTES!
Tuesday, January 13, 2009
Due to the massive destructive power, I seldom use it.
Sometimes, I forgot, and ter-use.
Hehehe, i found out all these kungfu pose, when I went through some of the old pictures
Didnt realised that I got such a collection. Ha ha.
On a lighter note,
I LIKE GP! Seeing cases like acne, athelete foot, squinks, 7 year old takut gemuk, 4 year old kencing lebih, and itchy head, makes me feel better.
I think this is my 3rd year blogging? Should be la. Started in year 2, i think.
Which makes me wonder, why (am I so handsome? nolar....that one is everyday)
why I end up blogging?
desperate for activity. seriously.
I felt, bloggers are all very, very desperate people.
We failed to find other more live-ier way to pass our time, thus resorted to get a life in this liveless, fully imaginary, rhetorical world, called the blogsphere.
Like limkitsiang cannot get into newspaper except for negative headings, resorted to blogging.
Isnt it buat lawak max, when u think about it, last time teachers give us karangan to write, we end up cursing them? i mean me.
Especially those that never mark our essay, just fetish in giving us work to do but dont wanna do their work to mark it, read Mr Latif and Puan Hawa.
Now we dont have any weekly karangan to write, but everyday, we sit down infront of the laptop, writing/blogging.
Blogging is the extreme end of writing diary. Some people treating blogging as writing diary. Which is to me, extreme lawak.
To me, writing diary is stupid enough, for you have just creating a chance for people to know what you are thinking (unless for some specific high level buaya skills) Often enough people that write diary argue that they need a space to set themselves free, to let their thoughts go free.
and then catch it all, imprison them all in one tiny expensive book, and have another extra activity in the list - to hide it.
Blogging equivalent of writing diary is to me, gatal that tiger balm also cannot cure.
You have a secret, that you want to tell, but you cant, so you tell the whole world.
I find it hard to blog, no idea liau, having blog-crap for 2 years, and now churning out this piece of crap of the crap
Monday, January 12, 2009
While we claimed to be a democratic country, i felt our election is NOT democratic at all, by any democratic standard.
While we claimed that we have options for the rakyat, i felt we do not have a lot of choices actually. The choices of leaders for us the voters -"saddening" is an understatement.
I am not pro BN or anti PR.
I hate BN, and I am not happy with PR.
I hate BN for making us look like fools and retards. And I hate the Opp making themselves look like fools and retards.
When election is luring near, suddenly we find our road tarred by JKR, caring politicians attending most functions with ang pow's for the orphans, disables and poor.
Vernacular schools given lots of money. After elections; different comments.
Thousands of projects approved, contracts dished out, all within a space of a few weeks by our:
And what saddened me more, is that this attitude never changed over half a century of election.
What I want to tell the Barisan Nasional is that:
Your party's resource and our government's resource are two different thing.
Stop using the rakyat's money to win more rakyat's money, and claimed to be righteous.
And please stop denying that there are two sets of law in Malaysia, one for the one in power, and one for those over-powered.
Permit for ceramah for BN is merely procedural, this is a fact.
Dont take the rakyat as fool. Dont think yourself so highly.
Majority of people just want to lead a normal, disturbances-free life. Pay the tax, follow the law, if broke the law, either pay the fine or the bribe, is the same, anyway.
You did not outplay us, just we are not interested in playing the game.
Opposition pulak, I hate you for making yourselves look like fools and retards.
Accept it, you are no better than the BN. You, PKR, PAS and DAP are still fundamentally unable to speak at the same tone.
Just focus on the states that you have won. Fulfill the promise la.
Are we Malaysians destined to just only settle for a country like this?
Are we going to be forever; kau Melayu gua Cina lu India?
Do we need to have a revolution to change our destiny?
Do we need one Atarturk to change our destiny?
Why I felt the Turkey's flag always fly with much more energy, and spirit, compare to ours?
Vote wisely. 17 January.