Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Science is nuts?

I would like to say science is a field that is crazily learned by people to disobey their normal nature. This is obviously because most of the people who choose science as their field of study are nuts. For instance, a doctor who suppose to cure his patient will cut a hole on his patient's body which is hurting him in the first place. There are some other nutty reasons too:

1) In the anatomy class, the lecturer was giving the SBH students a quiz. The students are required to draw the female reproducting system as complete as possible. A girl was scared because she hasn't prepare anything for the quiz and look down in despair.
Suddenly, one of the nutty SBH boy shouted : "Prof, She's cheating!"

2) During the chemistry class, a proton and a neutron were sitting at the back.
Neutron :" What happens to you bud, you look like a jackass?"
Proton : " I just got dumped by my electron girlfriends yesterday.."
Neutron :" You sure you are ok? Don't take drugs to release your charges though.. or else you become like me.."
Proton :" I'm fine, I'm positive!"

3) Two SBH boys were talking about their future career.
Ronny: " I wanted to be a highly respected goat Professor.. so that my mum will be proud of me.."
Donny: " I wanted to be a forensic policeman, I gotta find the 'bold guy' who spitts in my mum when my father wasn't at home!"

4) A nutty young couple from SBH chosen Africa to be their honeymoon destination. They stayed in a hotel which was at the moment a sexual criminal staying next to their room. The couple was about to enjoy their first night when the wive asked her husband to buy a condom. The husband put on his clothes and quickly went out to search for the condom, leaving the room dark and the door unlock. He went into a shop which sells condoms as follow:
- black 20 cent
- blue 30 cent
- white 1 dollar

However, the husband forgot to bring his wallet and luckily there is a twenty cent in his pocket. Meanwhile, in the hotel, the criminal sneaked into the room and....

The husband came back put on his new bought thing and start doing some actions. The wive felt very weird because her husband was still energetic to do it again after the first run. Well, she doesn't care, in fact, enjoying it to have such horse-powered husband, she thought.

Nine months later, the couple was having a cute African-looked baby. The wive wondered why their child doesn't resembled his father.

Then, the husband said :" Luckily I lacked of another 10 cent, if not our baby would have turned blue!"

5) SBH students were having their class in BK5 at night. There was a rumour saying that there was a ghost living there. After the class, everybody will as fast as they could to get into room, except for a girl. She finished her biometry works then she will return room. The ghost came out from her hidding in order to scare the left alone girl.
Ghost said:" Hey little girl, look at me... I'm legless... I'm legless.... woooooo..."
The girl frustatingly striped off her clothes and said: " oh hey, ghost missy... look at me... I'm boobless... I'm boobless...."

6) A hen breed by SBH students is laying its eggs. Then, it says: "Can you let me rest for a while, I'm EGGS-hausted!"

7) A little boy asked his brother, a SBH student a question but he asked him to ask their mum because he is busy with assignments.

Little boy said: " Mom, what is sex actually?"

Mom: " Oh honey, you are too small to understand it..."

Little boy: " But mom, It is important..."

Mom: " Ok then, it is like this...*bla..bla*..bla*...and I love it when your dad does the 69 stuff...."

The boy cried, then the mum asked:" Honey whats wrong?"

Little boy: " the teacher asked me to fill the form and I dunno what is my sex and it is too long as you described..."

The mother fainted on the spot.

Saturday, August 22, 2009

I wish my birthday is more meaningful...

I never thought that I will wake up in my birthday morning without your wishes. You were my inspiration, my dream, and my all. Now, I have to pay the debts I owe you most when you were missing me. I know how it feels. There is nothing much I can say about me but I really missing you for real this time. I am sorry for never let you expressed your views on everything you doesn’t like about me. I was too stubborn and rock-headed. I know this is all my defect because I just want the center of attention is mine. I am sorry for mentioning Elvi’s name when we were quarelling, although you doesn’t like it at all I’m mentioning her name. I am sorry for hurting your feelings with my actions and temper when we were in the Beta apartment. I am sorry for the lame excusses I gave you when you wanted me to go for a walk with you in the park. I am sorry I never told you the truth about the orange shirt and brown shirt you gave me, which I really love them the most out of all my outfit. I wear those clothes in every occasion until people thought that I only have those two for shirt. I keep all the gifts you gave me and most of them specially rewrapped with the same gift paper, untouched. I know you will keep Randall and Rudolf forever and ever. In this birthday morning, I would like to express all my feelings here and doesn’t matter what it takes. Maybe these sound idiotic,poetic,childish or pathetic to you but they came out from the bottom of my solemn heart. Maybe this is neither not a good way nor offending you but this is what I’m thinking about. I know you were trying to get through with all my lameness and stubborness. Choosing a place out of Borneo is my worst fault. We could have study there together in Sabah as you like but I am so stupid to defy our promise. It is not your fault I’m turnning into this way but I wanted to tell you that I’m not mad at you for choosing medical as your course in Indonesia just to leave me. In fact, I’m proud of you. Maybe one day our path somehow cross-over again, I would like to meet you as a new person. Maybe love is not our destiny after all. I know I talk the best when I say nothing at all. Sometimes the best way to say goodbye is to let someone you love to go on with the different path...

P/s: I love you forever and ever even if you don't ...

Friday, August 21, 2009

Racial unity is not a myth in Malaysia (adapted from KAMI group discussion)

Malaysia is a country derived from more than 50 races starting from Malay, Chinese, Indian, Iban, Bidayuh, Kayan, Kadazan, Dusun, Rungus and the list goes on. She is known for her multi-racial people and diversified cultures which attract the tourists from all over the world. However, the racial problem is still an issue in Malaysia. It is just like time bomb that will explode at any moment. Malaysia was freed from colonial armies of British in 1957, one of the reasons she was declared independent was due to the promised of our late ‘Father of independence’ to the ruler of England, Queen Elizabeth II. His assurance to unite the multi-racial community and developing a unique country by the power of these people solely had convinced the queen. Stepping into this new millennium, the racial unity is still a sore in our nation. Why is that so? Actually what aspect did this problem arise from?

Some words we need to carefully saying it. A little misunderstanding and provocation will lead to the destruction of Malaysian unity. This kind of issue usually involves the racial issue. We Malaysian must understand other races and their needs as well as norms. We must try to put our own feet into their shoes and respect their way of living. Living in this treacherous world, the things that we achieved now may be not sufficient for our future. We need to work hard and try to get out from the comfort zone, striking for persistent success. In government offices, schools and any relevant areas, there are some quotas that we need to accept and understand. For example, the quota for scholar holders for JPA scholarship is 10% East Malaysian students, 10% Genius, 10% Malay and the 70% will be any students from Malaysia. After the 51 years of independence, Malaysian government is still hijacked by this quota issue. It is something that we need to respect as it was introduced by the leaders of pre independence period. In this agreement, Malay has their special rights as the local inhabitant; they also have more priority in working field and so on. As a youth born in new era, I do have realized the bias in Malaysian government. Maybe because of the special rights being given to them, Malays usually preoccupied in their comfort zone but as for the Chinese and Indians, they have to work very hard to live a better life. This will surely increase their survival index in the industries because they are more efficient in their works. In my point of view, this is why other races can strive well in their living compare to Malay although their number is the highest for Malaysian community. Malay people sorry to say feel comfortable with their rights and quotas. They most likely to be less striving and improving in most of the area them involved in. As saying goes, people will forget their roots when they living in their comfort zone. I believe that one day this quota will be obliterated from our government institution but gradually to prevent detestation from certain parties.

Racial unity is not a myth in our country. This is because as the future leaders, the new generation must sieve the foul information that can brain-wash them. They must believe in the truth that was spoken by Tunku Abdul Rahman, “Youth of Malaysia, the rising and falling of Malaysian star is depending on you solely, together we make Malaysia a better home to live.” To fulfill the words, the racial unity must be there, the youth of Malaysia must think carefully before they take action as every move they made is count. By taking the dark event of September as an alibi to fortify our racial unity, we must never forget our history and hence the subject “Civil Awareness” is taught in every primary school in Malaysia. In the matter of fact, education seems to be the best way to curb the problem arose from racial issue. The latest proposal from our prime minister, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, schools in Malaysia will be synchronized into teaching the same lesson and most of them in ‘ Bahasa Ibunda ‘ or Malay language. This is a virtual way to nurture the racial unity among Malaysian, rather than providing vernacular schools that sometimes deviate from the supposed objectives. I believe Universities are the places where the racial unity can be toughen. A University is a place where the students are collected from all over Malaysia. Since the students are more mature, their mindset can differentiate what is correct and wrong on their own. This is the best time to touch the racial issue so that every student can open their mind to accept the reality about Malaysia if they really love this country. Time to expose the youth about this issue will come one day and they must prepare themselves before something worse happens. So, University students will defy the foul messages that they heard from other parties and analyze the information taken before making the right decision. Actually, every race wants the best for their country but their intentions are embedded with their own perspectives that maybe clash with each others. It is the job of the new generation to take notion from each other to build a stronger basis for Malaysia by combining the brilliant idea of different races in this country. When the day comes, we will think as one Malaysia but not as single race. The racial issue will not be any problem and becomes the myth to the new generation. I am sure that day will come but uncertain whether survive to witness the historic event.

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Blog? Finally....

Ntah apA2 Je lah aku pun x tau nih.... FiRst time to use the blog And it feels so....EXCITING!