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Monday, 19 December 2011

Malaysians Are Not Racists! Trust me

I am brought up in a multi racial family. My uncle married to a Chinese lady, my aunt married to an Indian Muslim and recently my brother got married to a Malay girl. Sooner or later, my sister too will be married to a Christian guy. So I guess you can know what I mean when I say I am multi-racial. To add on to this, I am also partially adopted by a Malay family since the age of 9.

Throughout my life I grew up with a lot of friends from different racial and religious background. The segregation of race and religion is purely played by the media and the people to recognize and disintegrate all entities. Another thing that seperates us is the language barrier that has put us into different colonies. The stereotype of different races has also contributed to the extent of segregation. For example, if we see a lazy guy, we assume he is Malay, if we see a drunk man, we assume he is an Indian and we see a selfish guy, we assume he is Chinese. So, let me explain even more. 

The Malays are presumed to be lazy, drug addicts and have unlawful child. Just because the statistics reveal that they are mostly Malay, it doesn’t mean it must be Malay. We can’t conclude all Malays are such because only some Malays are involved and other races too have such issues. Besides, the Chinese are stereotyped to be selfish, money minded and inhumane. Are all Chinese rich? There are still poor or good Samaritan among the Chinese. Even other races have such negative attitudes. Other than that, the Indians are always either called drunk or being a gangster or both. Do all Indians drink? Are all Indians involved in gangsterism? Are other races all teetotalers? Ask yourself.

These are all bad teachings and propagandas brought to the limelight by old folks and medias to only segregate us even further. Malaysians must come to realization that our enemy is not Islam, Christian, Buddhist or Hindu. The real enemies are evil, corruption, criminals, cronies, fanatics, racists, bias and hypocrites. So, make good friends out of all races and religions and ensure that the bonds are strong. To be a true Malaysian, I give you a formula, please do not label individuals according to their race but to distinguish the good and bad ones. And let us all march towards Wawasan 2020 with the true spirit of 1 Malaysia.


P/S : This post is a point of view from a friend of mine. This does not reflect the attitude or behavior of the author. I am just conveying this message as I felt that the person has the value of being a true Malaysian.

Monday, 28 November 2011

How birds' poop have shaped the world and what we propose?

I am saddened with improper facilities for living creatures to perform their daily tasks comfortably.  There is been a lot of news highlighting this living creatures as they do makes public humiliation. There have been numerous report stating that birds shit found on numerous historical statues and building roof tops.

It has been reported most of them are crows, where they eat everything ranging from vegetarian to non-vegetarian. There was also incidents where politician were been under bird shit scrutiny. What's best is some of them believe that it brings luck.

Girl you are lucky to kiss me:LOL
Although this is not a serious issues pertaining the nation, but as 2012 nearing bird shit on politicians has been on the rise. This correlates with Nostradamus prediction on bird shit amount as we are closing 2012. There is high possibility these bird might be the source of 2012 demolition. Scientist in USA have started their research and experimentation on bird shit.

I am still a beginner but i won't let down my dad. I am his only hope.

But whatever it is, animal lovers said they will march for the rights of the birds to shit. This have caused a great turbulence in the ruling party as the have come under heavy scrutiny for bird shit rights lock down. Dr. animal lover said they will face, as long the birds obtain the rights.

We warned you. Didn't we? Then we are sorry.

Its been reported in CNN that bird shit have massively supported the global warming. US sectary have announced that they will launch war and its been reported they will fight birds with turtle shit.

We are ready for war. Look at my shit.

So, bird shit has caused a serious problems all over the world; we at freemahesa felt the obligation to bring back things to order. After much serious thinking with myself, I have decided that I will propose to our government to build public toilets for birds to shit. I think this will make our country to stand proudly in the eyes of world. This will make our country look better than the USA who goes to war against the birds.

Somebody save me.

Anything is BOLEH (can) in my country and to build public toilets for birds is one of the easiest job for our government. Its been announced that birds can recognize alphabets. So, we just have to have sign boards stating the direction of the toilets and we don't have to train them.

This proposal if its put into action will make our country popular and will be regarded as the pioneer in creative ideas and will awarded the Nobel. We will solve everyone's problem. We will be appreciated.

Hope this proposal will be considered.

Thursday, 17 November 2011

HIV is treatable

            HIV and AIDS as everyone to date thinks and feels, is the last thing for him/her to get ever in their lives. It’s equivalent to being a living dead as many presume. To everyone’s acknowledgment, HIV is treatable. To have a better understanding on HIV, you have got to know what CD4 is in the first place. CD4 is a lymphocyte or in layman a form of immunity that destroys any form of external infection. A normal CD4 count ranges from 500 to 1500. In HIV patient, the CD4 count is less than 400 and AIDS is defined when the CD4 count is less than 200. You do not die of HIV but you die of opportunistic infections that come along when the CD4 count is low or better said as being immunocompromised (decreased level of immunity). So, HIV is the same as Diabetes Mellitus. It is not curable but is treatable.
          So, here comes the question on how do we treat them. It is simple. Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy or simplified as HAART is the choice of treatment for HIV patients. It is given in the form of tablets and its objective is to increase the CD4 count in HIV patients. So, it is best if HIV is detected early as to prevent the CD4 count from falling drastically. The management of HIV is almost the same as to Diabetes Mellitus which is to be compliant to the medications. Only those whom are not compliant will get AIDS and eventually be infiltrated by opportunistic infections.
           In the course of maintaining the CD4 count, a CD4 count which is more than 500 in a patient with HIV has a life span similar to normal healthy human being. There are even some HIV patients with CD4 count as much as 1500 and they are way more protected than any other ordinary healthy human being. So why the fuss of HIV and AIDS as this syndrome is almost the same as being diabetic? The stigma has to change and the world needs to know that HIV or AIDS is not the worst thing a human can get. And HIV is not only transmitted on those being promiscuous but also in those being blood transfused, drug abusers, vertical transmission from mother to fetus during pregnancy and also through needle prick injury. It is also only transmitted through blood and cerebrospinal fluid but never through saliva, tears, sweat, sputum or faeces. Everyone in this world needs to be drilled to the inner core of their souls with this knowledge on HIV and AIDS as to stop stigmatising this syndrome to being devilish.
            The bottom line is, if someone has HIV just think that he has diabetes. It is just the same and the only remedy is to be compliance to the medications given.


Wednesday, 16 November 2011

"Tuah" Harimau Malaya?

Mungkin ini adalah kebetulan. Jika kita imbas kembali kemenangana squad Harimau Malaya di Sukan SEA 2009 dan Piala AFF Suzuki 2010, Harimau Malaya bermula dengan langkah KIRI !!!                           
Dalam perlawanan pembukaan Sukan SEA 2009, Malaysia tewas 1-3 kepada Veitnam dan Malaysia berjaya menewaskan Veitnam di final untuk merangkul pingat emas. Dalam perlawanan pembukaan Piala AFF Suzuki pula, Malaysia dibelasah Indonesia 1-5 dan Malaysia memenangi piala tersebut dengan menewaskan Indonesia semula di stadium yang sama di depan kira-kira 100 000 penyokong tuan rumah. Berdasarkan statistic tersebut, squad bola sepak Malaysia bermula hambar, mencari-cari rentak permainan sehingga sampai ke puncak prestasi barulah menunjukkan persembahan yang memberangsangkan.            
                Tuah keduanya pula, jersi “away” Malaysia yang berwarna biru. Jikalau anda ingat, titik kebangkitan Harimau Malaya bermula apabila kita menewaskan Thailand 2-1 di Sukan SEA. Thailand merupakan pilihan ramai untuk memenangi pingat emas. Ketika itu, Harimau Malaya memakai jersi warna biru. Ketika menewaskan Vietnam di final juga memakai jersi warna biru. Begitu juga ketiaka memenangi Piala AFF Suzuki. Namun, ketika kelayakan Piala Dunia Brazil 2012, Malaysia juga memakai jersi warna biru ketika tewas kepada Singapura. Mungkin bukan rezeki kita.
                Berdasarkan prestasi Sukan SEA 2011, Malaysia bermula hambar ketika menentang Singapura. Akhbar-akhbar tempatan memaparakan tajuk berita “harimau tanpa taring”. Tetapi, kritikan inilah sebenarnya membawa semangat kepada squad Harimau Malaya. Prestasi pemain meningkat dari satu perlawanan ke perlawanan seterusnya. Namun, diakui banyak lagi yang perlu diperbaiki.
                Berdepan Indonesia esok adalah perlawanan penting. Walaupun sudah melangkah ke peringkat separuh akhir, kemenangan ke atas Indonesia boleh memberi laluan mudah ke perlawanan akhir. Tidak kira memakai jersi warna apa sekalipun, jika semangat Harimau Malaya membara di jiwa setiap pemain negara, Garuda akan ditumbangkan juga di halaman sendiri. Harimau Malaya merupakan hero kita untuk meyelamatkan dan memartabatkan maruah bola sepak negara. Ayuh, berjuang untuk memartabatkan maruah bola sepak negara.



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Facebook Fan Page: World of Lolz

LOL has been rated as the most used word on internet. The supposedly meaning of LOL would be Laughing Out Loud. As revolution began on the internet. LOL took many faces, P.O.V. and variations. Some of the variations would be LMAO (Laughing My Ass Out), LMFAO (Laughing My F***ing Ass Out), and so on. There was also this iPhone joke or the facebook father's status joke, where they misunderstood the abbreviation for Lots Of Love. Well, that's a bit of introduction to LOL.

So, talking about LOL - my friend came with the idea of facebook fan page. Its gaining its popularity now. It can be said one of the upcoming successful superstar page. I believe everyone should know about this, after all laughter is the best medicine and its free for all. Sorry to keep you guys with elaboration. Its the one and only 'World of Lolz'.

Before I talk more on the fan page. Let me say few words about the founder and a friend of mine. His name is Syafiq and he is tall. Not just any tall he is freaking tall. You can see him along USM main gate doing flash mobs wearing his hollow masks and he his blur during holidays. Okay, there is more like fun facts, was it? LOL. He is a pharmacy student in USM. Since he SMS-ed me the full name Ahmad Syafiq bin Ahmad Izani.
Syafiq aka Flash Mob Specialist
He said Shah Rukh Khan is not the only one who is handsome
p/s: I am not very sure of the theory

The Other Admin of World of Lolz: Wong Hon Kit (Nuttela Warrior). Something for readers: Syafiq sent me the facts and I chose the most relevant fact about Hon Kit, loves Nutella,LOL.Okay, hard facts, from Perak, Pharmacy student from USM. Awesome in English and Bahasa Melayu.
Wong Hon Kit aka Nutella Warrior
Sorry for the paparazi shot
p/s: this is not his real picture

Official Logo of World of Lolz
p/s: the kitten was not harmed in the process of photoshop
The Happy Moments of World of Lolz

We have a lot pages in the facebook but whats different about them. You feel you're at home. Everybody understands the jokes and its Malaysian style. Maybe I should say the one and only 1 Malaysia fan page for jokes. The admins are very committed, I mean they don't get paid but they love what they doing and others are happy. I see daily updates, even sometime hourly updates.

One of the best part is, the fans love to share what they find funny in the net on World of Lolz. I respect the admins for creating such atmosphere at the page for greater communications among everybody. Sharing is Caring though.

At first, I thought its gonna be just like another joke site, but the admins proved how wrong I was when they always had their David Blaine's tricks up their sleeves.

Some of the Jokes and Quotes from World of Lolz.

1. Math is the only place where I hear a person buying 60 watermelons.

2. Carbon dioxide is killing the planet. Please stop breathing. Thanks

3. Almost went to jail today, scared the shit out of me.
     Yeah, those monopoly games get pretty intense!

4. Saw a Chinese kid and a black kid wave to each other today. 
     It gave me hope... for another Rush Hour movie.

5. That awkward moment when you finish a math problem and your answer isn't even one of the choices.

You want more of it. Go ahead and Click Here. You will love them too.

All of my friends, love it. I think you guys will like it too. No harm caused during the visit of the facebook fan page. So no worries of medical fees. Its free and always will be free.

Laughter the Best Medicine - World of Lolz

Tuesday, 8 November 2011

Penang Free School?? What is it?

  The Penang Free School(PFS), founded in the year 1816 and it is by foremost the oldest school in the South East Asian region with its astonishing legacy to its production of renowned leaders and sportsmen. During its glorious days, anyone from this school is respected for their proficiency in English and for being an all-rounder either in studies or sports. The best lawyers, doctors, engineers, and entrepreneurs are surprisingly known to be graduated from this school. With all its fame in its golden era, come and have a look at this Grandlady right now. Almost everything has gone, torn and tarnished!

There are several aspects that I would like to touch on as to why the school has been miserably degraded. Firstly, PFS is known only to be sieved with excellent UPSR scholars but lately the school has been ‘upgraded’ to a partially boarding school and semi-scholars whom are good in sports are all infiltrated into the school. And that ignited the chain of problems to the school. With these semi-scholars, they intend to only be active in sports and neglect in their education. Since such establishment, the school’s uniqueness has been downgraded just like AirAsia, “Now everyone can fly” to PFS, “Now everyone can study”. This is ridiculous because being a premier school, its objective is to nurture excellent students and not just ordinary students. Since then, the statistic of achievers either in PMR, SPM or STPM is on downhill. To add on to this, the discipline of the students is getting worse as students from every walk of life are infiltrated to this school.


The quality of the teachers on the other hand is on the downscale as well. The younger generation of teachers are fonder of their salary instead of being passionate to their job. Only the senior teachers are dedicated to their students. So this nevertheless results in students losing interest learning in school. They either play truant or rely on tuitions to excel. This is extremely embarrassing as the school has lost its purpose. Why need a school? Just stay at home and relax instead.

The other thing is the assimilation of Jawi writings and such into the core tradition of the school is another form of breach to the school's originality. If it's an English school, let it be. Why need changes?
Lastly, PFS’s newer generation principals are lacking in quality. They are never dedicated to the school and never strive or sacrifice for the betterment of this school. The mindset needs to change. In my opinion, get a principal who is an Old Free because only an Old Free will appreciate the school’s pride and legacy. Every Old Free shall take this as a wakeup call to save our school from further deterioration! 

*This Article is Monitored by FreeMahesa. All are welcome for comments.

Monday, 17 October 2011

DiGi iPhone 4 Promotion - As low as RM43/month

Yes! Its not joke and its for real. I was surprised. I think currently that is the lowest monthly payment offered for iPhone in Malaysia is RM 43/month. I think it is a good offer. Those people who are crazy about iPhones and not being able to own one. Here is your chance now. Only by Digi the Smarter Choice.

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Friday, 7 October 2011

Tech Leaders and Journalists/Bloggers' Reactions to the Death of Steve Jobs

Note: In many cases, these are not the entire statements. Many had paragraphs more to say about Jobs. You could fill a very large book or perhaps a set of encyclopedias to really get it it all in there.
1. The Jobs family: “In his public life, Steve was known as a visionary; in his private life, he cherished his family. We are thankful to the many people who have shared their wishes and prayers during the last year of Steve’s illness.”
2. Apple Co-founder Steve Wozniak: “It’s like the world lost a John Lennon – I mean Steve was clearly the most outstanding business thinker and almost everybody high up in the technology business recognized that somehow he had the ability to think out new ways of doing things, not just ways to improve what we have (do a better version of something) but do it in a totally different way that the world would swing towards.”
3. Apple CEO Tim Cook: “Apple has lost a visionary and creative genius, and the world has lost an amazing human being.”
4. Apple’s Board of Directors: “Steve’s brilliance, passion and energy were the source of countless innovations that enrich and improve all of our lives. The world is immeasurably better because of Steve.”
5. Pixar Chief Creative Officer John Lasseter: “He saw the potential of what Pixar could be before the rest of us, and beyond what anyone ever imagined. Steve took a chance on us and believed in our crazy dream of making computer animated films; the one thing he always said was to simply ‘make it great.’”
6. Walt Disney President Bob Iger: “Steve was such an ‘original,’ with a thoroughly creative, imaginative mind that defined an era. Despite all he accomplished, it feels like he was just getting started.”
7. Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates: “Steve and I first met nearly 30 years ago, and have been colleagues, competitors and friends over the course of more than half our lives. The world rarely sees someone who has had the profound impact Steve has had, the effects of which will be felt for many generations to come.”
8. Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen: “We’ve lost a unique tech pioneer and auteur who knew how to make amazingly great products. Steve fought a long battle against tough odds in a very brave way. He kept doing amazing things in the face of all that adversity. As someone who has had his own medical challenges, I couldn’t help but be encouraged by how he persevered.”
9. Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer: “I want to express my deepest condolences at the passing of Steve Jobs, one of the founders of our industry and a true visionary. My heart goes out to his family, everyone at Apple and everyone who has been touched by his work.”
10. Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang: “Steve was my hero growing up. He not only gave me a lot of personal advice and encouragement, he showed all of us how innovation can change lives. I will miss him dearly, as will the world.”
11. Google CEO Larry Page: “He was a great man with incredible achievements and amazing brilliance. He always seemed to be able to say in very few words what you actually should have been thinking before you thought it. His focus on the user experience above all else has always been an inspiration to me.”
12. Google co-founder Sergey Brin: “From the earliest days of Google, whenever Larry and I sought inspiration for vision and leadership, we needed to look no farther than Cupertino. Steve, your passion for excellence is felt by anyone who has ever touched an Apple product (including the macbook I am writing this on right now). And I have witnessed it in person the few times we have met.”
13. Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt: ““Today is very sad for all of us. Steve defined a generation of style and technology that’s unlikely to be matched again. Steve was so charismatically brilliant that he inspired people to do the impossible, and he will be remembered as the greatest computer innovator in history.”
14. Google Research Director Peter Norvig: “Honor Steve Jobs: resolve to do something insanely great.”
15. Google head of web spam Matt Cutts: “The tech industry lost an amazing, world-changing person today. Rest in peace, Steve.”
16. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg: “Steve, thank you for being a mentor and a friend. Thanks for showing that what you build can change the world. I will miss you.”
17. Dell CEO Michael Dell: ” The legacy of Steve Jobs will be remembered for generations to come.”
18. Serial entrepreneur Bill Gross: “Steve Jobs is in 6.36% of EVERY Tweet in the world right now, 50% of my Google+ stream, and in 100% of our thoughts. #HeMadeTheWorldABetterPlace”
19. Nokia CEO Stephen Elop: “Steve’s passion for simplicity and elegance leaves us all a legacy that will endure for generations.”
20. Twitter CEO Dick Costolo: “”Once in a rare while, somebody comes along who doesnt just raise the bar, they create an entirely new standard of measurement. #RIPSteveJobs”
21. Twitter/Square co-founder Jack Dorsey: “Rest in peace, Steve Jobs. Your genius will live on for generations to come…”
22. Foursquare CEO Dennis Crowley: “”
23. Sean Parker of Facebook, Napster, Plaxo, Spotfiy, etc.: “Steve Jobs was the most important technology leader of our era—perhaps even the most important business leader of our era. He was also a unique figure in the world of business and technology, a man who demonstrated—more so than any other—that pure force of will, energy, and creative drive can change the world for the better.”
24. Virgin Chairman Richard Branson: “He was a truly great businessman but more than that he was an inspiration to young people, entrepreneurs, inventors, designers, early adopters, budding musicians, and people with disabilities who discovered with Apple’s devices a way to engage with the world.”
25. AOL co-founder Steve Case: “”I feel honored to have known Steve Jobs. He was the most innovative entrepreneur of our generation. His legacy will live on for the ages.”
26. Salesforce CEO Mac Benioff: “”Steve Jobs was the greatest leader our industry has ever known. We are all blessed by his life. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.”
27. Sony CEO Howard Stringer: “The digital age has lost its leading light, but Steve’s innovation and creativity will inspire dreamers and thinkers for generations.”
28. iEntry CEO and WebProNews Founder Rich Ord: “A sad day for America. Steve Jobs was our generation’s Thomas Edison.”
29. Journalism industry voice Jeff Jarvis: “We have lost our Gutenberg, Edison, Picasso, Carnegie….”
30. O’Reilly Media Founder Tim O’Reilly: “May the uncompromising vision of Steve Jobs live on, inspiring others, making them reach further, do better.”
31. Technologizer Founder Harry McCracken: “Pixar alone would have been a dazzling legacy.”
32. Demand Media CEO Richard Rosenblatt: “I am sad; just teared up when I heard steve jobs died; a true inspiration and the CEO I admired most with no real number 2. Farewell.”
33. Mark Cenedella, Founder of The Ladders: “We’ve lost our Jobs. Life / swipes by, fingerprints reveal: / He adopted us. #ThankYouSteve”
34. Search Engine Land Editor-in-Chief Danny Sullivan: “Me to boys: Did you hear about Steve Jobs. Yes. What do you think about that? ‘It’s sad because he has four kids.’ Kids always bring it home.”
35. Mashable Founder Pete Cashmore: “‘Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life.’ — Steve Jobs”
36. Mashable editor Ben Parr: “You were the force behind multiple computing revolutions. You created a company that changed how we interact with the world. And for good measure, you created on[e] that changed the face of entertainment.”
37. Wall Street Journal tech columnist Walt Mossberg: “He did what a CEO should: Hired and inspired great people; managed for the long term, not the quarter or the short-term stock price; made big bets and took big risks.”
38. GigaOm founder Om Malik: “Every generation has its heroes. I was too provincial to love the Beatles and cry over John Lennon. I was too Indian to care much about Elvis. And I read about President Kennedy in books. But for me, Steve Jobs was all of those people. I don’t know why, how and where that happened but Jobs was my icon.”
39. TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington: “Damn. People like steve jobs are supposed to live forever.”
40. Tech influencer Robert Scoble: “I was driving on the freeway in Cupertino when I heard the news. Shocking. So much emotion is swirling about.”
41. Journalist Katie Couric: “Rest in peace, Steve Jobs. You’ve changed forever the world you leave behind.”
42. Film critic Roger Ebert: “I’m reading about the loss of Steve Jobs on the 17th Macintosh I’ve owned.”
43. Huffington Post Founder Ariana Huffington: “My thoughts go out to Steve Jobs’ family and friends. Thank you for changing our world.”

Tuesday, 27 September 2011

How to Enable the New Facebook Timeline NOW

You've been hearing about all the wonderful new Facebook features, and like us, you’re probably super-eager to get started with them.
If you’re willing to go through a series of eight steps, you can get into the brand-new Facebook Timeline right now.
Simply follow the instructions below, and suddenly you’ll be basking in a new world of Facebook goodness, just like the developers are. Follow the instructions carefully, and good luck.
Please note: If you haven’t already verified your Facebook account with either a mobile phone number or credit card number, you’ll be asked to do so before you can try the new features. If you need more help with that,here’s a helpful link.
First, you’ll need to go to the Facebook developer page, which is a part of your Facebook account. Make sure you’re logged into your Facebook account, and then simply follow this link to get started.
Update: When will we be able to opt into the Timeline without the need for going through these developers’ steps? Says Stefan Parker, Facebook UI Engineer on Quora, “We are aiming to start letting users opt into Timeline in the next two to four weeks. There is no set date though.
Step 1: When you get here, click "allow".
Step 2: Click "Create New App"

Step 3: Name it whatever you want, and give it whatever namespace you'd like -- it doesn't matter. Click the checkbox "I agree to the platform privacy policy." And then click Continue, pass the security check by filling in the Captcha, and you'll be ready for the next step
Step 4: After you've verified yourself as a human, you'll reach this screen, where you'll need to click "Open Graph" on the left side.
Step 5: You'll see the next screen, entitled "Get Started with Open Graph" -- fill in anything you want (it doesn't matter) in those fields under the heading "start by defining one action than one object for your app." Click Get Started.
Step 6: On this screen, do nothing except scroll to the bottom and click "Save Changes and Next." Do the same thing on the next screen.
Step 7: You'll be taken to this screen. Wait a few minutes, and then go to your Facebook homepage. That's where you'll be invited to enable Timeline. Be patient at this point -- sometimes it requires you to wait before the changes take effect.
Step 8: When you go back to your Facebook homepage, you'll see this. Success! Click Get It Now, and you're in!
That's about it. Please use the timeline at your own discretion. Parental Advisory NOT required. Have Fun.