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Thursday, October 30, 2008

Muridnya yang cerdik..

Kelas yang tadinya bising disebabkan tiada guru, kini menjadi senyap sunyi kerana guru yang paling digeruni telah masuk ke dalam kelas.Wajahnya garang, seperti Jin. Kalau hendak tahu, ikutilah pelajaran cikgu ini.

Murid2 : Selamat pagi, cikgu.

Cikgu: (Menengking) Mengapa selamat pagi sahaja? Petang dan malam awak doakan saya tak selamat?

Murid2: Selamat pagi, petang dan malam cikgu!

Cikgu: Panjang sangat! Tak pernah dibuat oleh orang! Kata selamat sejahtera! Senang dan penuh bermakna.
Lagipun ucapan ini meliputi semua masa dan keadaan.

Murid2: Selamat sejahtera cikgu!

Cikgu: Sama-sama, duduk! Dengar sini baik-baik. Hari ini cikgu nak uji kamu

semua tentang perkataan berlawan. Bila cikgu sebutka perkataannya, kamu semua mesti menjawab dengan cepat, lawan bagi perkataan-perkataan itu, faham?

Murid2: Faham, cikgu!

Cikgu: Saya tak mahu ada apa-apa gangguan.

Murid2: (senyap)

Cikgu: Pandai!

Murid2: Bodoh!

Cikgu: Tinggi!

Murid2: Rendah!

Cikgu: Jauh!

Murid2: Dekat!

Cikgu: Keadilan!

Murid2: UMNO!

Cikgu: Salah!

Murid2: Betul!

Cikgu: Bodoh!

Murid2: Pandai!

Cikgu: Bukan!

Murid2: Ya!

Cikgu: Oh Tuhan!

Murid2: Oh Hamba!

Cikgu: Dengar ini!

Murid2: : Dengar itu!

Cikgu: Diam!

Murid2: Bising!

Cikgu: Itu bukan pertanyaan, bodoh!

Murid2: Ini ialah jawapan, pandai!

Cikgu: Mati aku!

Murid2: Hidup kami!

Cikgu: Rotan, baru tau!

Murid2: akar, lama tak tau!

Cikgu: Malas aku ajar kamu!

Murid2: Rajin kami belajar cikgu!

Cikgu: Kamu gila!

Murid2: Kami siuman!

Cikgu: Cukup! Cukup!

Murid2: Kurang! Kurang!

Cikgu: Sudah! Sudah!

Murid2: Belum! Belum!

Cikgu: Mengapa kamu semua bodoh sangat?

Murid2: Sebab kami semua pandai!

Cikgu: Oh! Melawan!

Murid2: Oh! Mengalah!

Cikgu: Kurang ajar!

Murid2: Cukup ajar!

Cikgu: Habis aku!

Murid2: Kekal kami!

Cikgu: O.K. Pelajaran sudah habis!

Murid2: K.O. Pelajaran belum bermula!

Cikgu: Sudah, bodoh!

Murid2: Belum, pandai!

Cikgu: Berdiri!

Murid2: Duduk!

Cikgu: Saya kata UMNO salah!

Murid2: Kami dengar KeADILan betul!

Cikgu: Bangang kamu ni!

Murid2: Cerdik kami tu!

Cikgu: Rosak!

Murid2: Baik!

Cikgu: Kamu semua ditahan tengah hari ini!

Murid2: Dilepaskan tengah malam itu!Cikgu:

(Senyap dan mengambil buku-bukunya keluar.)

Sebentar kemudian, loceng pun berdering. Murid-murid berasa lega kerana guru yang paling ditakuti oleh mereka telah keluar. Walaubagaimanapun, mereka merasa bangga kerana telah dapat menjawab ke semua soalan cikgu tadi, tetapi esok masih ada. Cikgu itu pasti akan datang lagi......Mungkin!!!

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Heroes, TV Drama

Heroes ialah sebuah drama fiksyen yang diterbitkan di America oleh Tim Kring yang muncul di kaca tv Amerika pada 25 september 2006.

Heroes mengisahkan 9 orang biasa yang memiliki kelebihan yang luar biasa. Mereka bukanlah berasal dari tempat yang sama tetapi mereka mempunyai matlamat yang sama iaitu menentang kejahatan. Namun disebabkan kelebihan yang dimiliki, salah seorang daripada mereka yang bernama Sylar menjadi tamak dan ingin menguasai dunia dengan menyerap kelebihan istimewa yang ada pada orang lain. Bagi menentang kekejaman yang dilakukan oleh Sylar, 8 orang lagi terpaksa berpadu tenaga bagi menjamin keamanan dunia.

Cerita ini telah dibahagikan kepda 3 musim yang mana musim pertama mengandungi 23 episod, musim kedua 11 episod ditayangkan daripada 24 episod yang dirancang dan msim ketiga dengan 2 episod dalam masa 1 jam. Heroes musim ketiga baru sahaja disiarkan di Amerika pada 22 September 2008. Ianya masih belum disirkan di Malaysia.

Setakat ini, saya telah menonton Heroes bagi kedua-dua musim. Dan kini saya menunggu untuk menonton Heroes musim ketiga. Saya berharap episod kali ini akan lebih mendebarkan.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

English Exhibition in UMP

On 16th of October 2008, we need to prepare a booth for our product. Its not only a product but it is about our presentation skill where we need to attract our customer with the produt.

Early at the morning, we went to sport kompleks to setup out booth. It is not difficult and did not take much time to do.

This is our product named Panasonic Hello Kitty Converter Desk Lamp.
From our product, there are 3 main part which are lamp, flexible arm and the cord. Each of the part has their own function. This product suitable for the children and it can protect their eyes.

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Be Happy

Everything that happens in this world, there is no absolute good or bad. Sometimes good things turned out to be bad things eventually, while bad things become a gain. Whatever good things that happen to you, enjoy it, but don’t have to hold too tight to it, treat it as a surprise in your life. Whatever bad things that happen to you, don’t feel too sad or despair, in the end, it might not be a total bad thing after all. If one can understand this, he or she will find life much easier.

To be good is not easy, but we still can be a good person if we trust ourselves to be good. One more thing, never say bad things about ourselves even many people say it.

Friday, October 17, 2008

The Fourth Prime Minister of Malaysia

Mahathir was born on 10 July 1925, in Alor Star, the capital of the northern state of Kedah, the youngest of nine children of a schoolteacher and a housewife. His father, Mohamad Iskandar, was of half-Indian origin, being the son of a Malayalee Muslim (who migrated from Kerala) and a Malay mother, while Mahathir's own mother, Wan Tampawan, was Malay.

During World War II, he sold pisang goreng (banana fritters) and other snacks to supplement his family income during the Japanese occupation of Malaya. Mahathir attended a Malay vernacular school before continuing his education at the Sultan Abdul Hamid College in Alor Star. Mahathir then attended the King Edward VII Medical College in Singapore, where he edited a medical student magazine called The Cauldron; he also contributed to the The Straits Times newspaper anonymously under the nickname "Che Det". Mahathir was also President of the Muslim Society in the college. Upon graduation in 1953, Mahathir joined the then Malayan government service as a medical officer. He married Siti Hasmah Mohd Ali, a fellow doctor and former classmate in college—on 5 August 1956, and left government service in 1957 to set up his own private practice in Alor Star. Mahathir thrived in private practice, and allowed him to own by 1959 a Pontiac Catalina and employ an ethnic Chinese chauffeur (at the time, almost all chauffeurs in Malaysia were Malays, owing to the economic dominance of the ethnic Chinese). Some critics have suggested this foreshadowed a later hallmark of Mahathir's politics, which focused on the "cultivation of such emblems of power".

From his marriage with Siti Hasmah binti Haji Mohamad Ali, they have five children, three sons and two daughters. Both Mukhriz and Mokhzani Mahathir are involved in business as well as in politics while their eldest daughter Marina Mahathir is a prominent local writer and AIDS activist.

He successfully underwent a heart bypass operation in 1989 at age 63.

In the third general election of 1964, Mahathir was elected Member of Parliament for Kota Setar Selatan defeating the Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party's (PAS) candidate with a 60.2% majority. He lost the seat in the following general election in 1969 by a mere 989 votes to PAS's candidate, Haji Yusoff Rawa.

Following the race riots of 13 May 1969, Mahathir was sacked from the UMNO Supreme Council on 12 July, following his widespread distribution to the public of his letter to Tunku Abdul Rahman, the Prime Minister at that time. In his letter, he had criticised the manner in which Tunku Abdul Rahman had handled the country's administration which was believed to favour the ethnic Chinese. Mahathir was subsequently relieved of his party membership on 26 September.

While in the political wilderness, Mahathir wrote his book, "The Malay Dilemma" in which he sought to explain the causes of the 13 May Incident in Kuala Lumpur and the reasons for the Malays' lack of economic progress within their own country. He then proposed a politico-economic solution in the form of "constructive protection", worked out after careful consideration of the effects of heredity and environmental factors on the Malay race. The book, published in 1970, was promptly banned by the Tunku Abdul Rahman government. However, some of the proposals in this book had been used by Tun Abdul Razak, Tunku Abdul Rahman's successor, in his "New Economic Policy" (NEP) that was principally geared towards affirmative action economic programs to address the nation's economic disparity between the Malays and the non-Malays. The ban on his book was eventually lifted after Mahathir became Prime Minister in 1981.

Mahathir rejoined UMNO on 7 March 1972, and was appointed as Senator in 1973. He relinquished the senatorship post in 1974 in order to contest in the general elections where he was returned unopposed in the constituency of Kubang Pasu, and was appointed as the Minister of Education. In 1975, he became one of the three vice-presidents of UMNO, after winning the seat by 47 votes. Tun Hussein Onn appointed Mahathir as Deputy Prime Minister on 15 September 1978, and in a Cabinet reshuffle, appointed him concurrently as the Minister of Trade and Industry.

Mahathir has announced that he has resigned from UMNO, the backbone of the ruling party, the Barisan National on 19 May 2008 which coincides with the Wesak Day celebration.

Mahathir became the Prime Minister of Malaysia on 16 July 1981 when Tun Hussein Onn stepped down due to health reasons. He was the nation's first Prime Minister that came from a modest social background, whereas the first three prime ministers were members of the royal or elite families.

After 22 years in office, Mahathir retired on 31 October 2003, making him one of Asia's longest-serving political leaders. Upon his retirement on 31 October 2003, Mahathir was awarded a "Tun"-ship, Malaysia's highest civilian honour.

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

How Lucky We Are?

Everyday, we awaken with another chance at life. Sometimes we forget how lucky we are and we often forget to appreciate the little things around us that mean so much. Here’s a poem I wish to share with all of you thank you for being a part of this wonderful group.

Too often we don’t realize what we have until it is gone;
Too often we wait too late to say “I’m sorry. I was wrong.”
Sometimes it seems we hurt the ones we hold dearest to our hearts;
And we allow foolish things to tear our lives apart.

Far too many times we let unimportant things into our minds;
And then it’s usually too late to see what made us blind.

Be sure that you let people know how much they mean to you.
Take that time to say the words before your time is through.
Be sure that you appreciate everything you’ve got.
And be thankful for the little things in life that mean a lot.

Sunday, October 12, 2008

To the People of the World

This is the story that must be toldOf an Iraqi baby, not very oldLying in her crib one star-lit nightHow could she know of those planes in flight?She lay there quietly touching her noseWatching her mobile, wiggling her toesOohing and cooing, so sweetly is sheTalking to someone, who could it be?An angel is standing with her in the roomThe baby is smiling, unaware of her doomThe crib starts to shake and the mobile goes roundAnd suddenly comes a most deafening soundThe ceiling drops in, in a second or two On top of her crib so she ceases to cooNo one knows how long she lay thereWho thought about it? doesn't anyone care?Is she alive? is she dead? Is she in any pain?Now that you mention it, who knows her name?Her name is Amal. In English we say HopeCrushed between the rubble

Her tiny fingers start to grope"Where is my mummy? I love her so dearCome, get me mummy! It's dark in here!I'm scared and I'm hungry and I can't see my feetThere's blood in my mouth! Give me something to eat!Where is my daddy? Where's my big brother?It hurts when I breath! Where is my mother?!How long have I been here? Is this just a dream?I open my mouth, but can't even scream

That angel appears once again to my side,This time with a tear I plead, 'Why have I died?'Am I alone in my sufferings? No, there are many othersIn our grief and our misery, we are sisters and brothers
Who are we? I ask you... for what crime did we die?They're throwing a party! Doesn't anyone cry?!
Is it True? Am I nothing?! How could it be?Don't they also have babies, just like me?'It is war', they say, of which death is partHow blind they've become, how hardened of heart

Did someone say 'hero'? To whom do they speak?A victory claimed for killing the weak?!Why are they happy? Why are they proud?Don't they know that I'm cold in my burial shroud?!No war has been won; no ifs, buts, or maybes,They've only killed us innocent, helpless babies."

Friday, October 10, 2008


Many people loves to have cat because of their cute and lovely fur.

The cat (Felis catus), also known as the domestic cat or house cat to distinguish it from other felines, is a small predatory carnivorous species of crepuscular mammal that is valued by humans for its companionship and its ability to hunt vermin, snakes and scorpions. It has been associated with humans for at least 9,500 years.

Cats have a special behavior that people like. It may express affection towards their human companions, especially if they imprint on them at a very young age and are treated with consistent affection.

The cute action of cats may attract many people especially girls.

Wednesday, October 8, 2008


Aidilfitri is one of the most waited day for all Muslim. In Aidilfitri, Muslims will apology and apologize each others.

In the early morning of 1 Syawal, everybody will go to mosque to pray. It is to show their thanks to God.

Actually, Aidilfitiri was celebrated to celebrate Muslim's winning in fighting the 'nafsu'. In Aidilfitri, people will do a feast and invite their family and friends to celebrate it together.

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

The Cool Detective

I love to read comics. But the most interesting comic for me is Detective Conan.
Do you know why? Because he is so cute. And one thing I like about him is the way he solve the cases.

Actually, this story had begun when ace high school detective Kudou Shinichi is fed by a pair of men in black a mysterious medicine after solving a case at a theme park. He physically transformed into a kid. He used Edogawa Conan as his name in finding the cure for the mysterious desease.
In order of finding the cure, he live with his girlfriend Mouri Ran and her father who is also a detective.
Living in a small body size is not a big problem for him. He can use his small size to trick people especially in solving the cases. Besides that, he was provided some investigation equipments by his neighbour, Professor Agasa. So, it can make his investigation easier.
He go through many difficulties. But only one things that he hold ' There is always only one true'.

Sunday, October 5, 2008

Upin & Ipin

Upin & Ipin is one of the famous cartoon series within children in Malaysia.

Upin & Ipin is an animation series about two 5-year-old twins, Upin and Ipin, telling their first experience fasting for the first time in the month of Ramadhan. It is being told from their perspective in such a way that is simple, comical and hilarious. Their grandmother, Opah and elder sister Ros, will give them advice and guidance as the story goes on. The good values will be easily understood by the children and will give a lasting impression upon them, as it is interwind into the plots and subtle manner. Although the series is tailored during the fasting month, they are also suitable to be shown all year round as it has educational and moral values for children.

Friday, October 3, 2008

Jaipur: Jantar Mantar

Everybody would have heard about the Jaipur observatory that houses the largest sun dial of the world. I found this collection of architectural astronomical marvels really fascinating. Located right next to the City Palace, Jantar Mantar is one of the five astronomical observatories t by Maharaja Jai Singh in the year 1728. Formerly called Yantra Mantra, meaning instruments and formulae, the observatory has devices for measuring time, predicting eclipses, tracking planet positions and stars in their orbit and more.Jantar Mantar in Delhi and Jaipur are said to have been built on the orders of Emperor Muhammad Shah, who asked Jai Singh to make corrections in the astronomical tables and to confirm the already available planetary positions. Sawai Jai Singh is said to have sent his envoys to various parts of the world to collect information in astronomy. The Jaipur observatory was apparently based on the data available in the La Hire's "Tables". Upon completion it was discovered to be even more accurate than the table itself.The observatory houses the Jaiprakash Yantra, Samrat Yantra, Ram Yantra and the Composite instrument, which comprises of a sundial and a massive hemisphere.

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Women in Islam

How do women fit into Islam? What is their fate?

This has been the subject of many a debate

‘For both believing men and women, is a great reward’

This is from The Holy Qur‘an - the Words of our Lord

It can be seen from reading The Holy Qur‘an

That a woman to God, is equal to man

A woman is respected as a mother and wife

For nine long months, she carries new life

During childbirth, she is exempted to fast

Islam is against the burial of live girls in the past

They can pray at the Mosque or pray at home

They may marry or divorce - it’s their choice, their own

After marriage, she can retain her old maiden-name

And is rewarded for treating all her offspring the same

Once they are married, they should live pious lives

And the men are ordained to be good to their wives

Women in the UK, had property rights from 1938

This right was given by Islam, 14 centuries to date

In the UK, women could vote from 1918

This was given 1400 years ago in Islam - our Deen