Monday, May 24, 2010

Nuisance ahead

I has been informed by my dad that there's going to be a development at the empty plot of land that sit exactly beside our neighbourhood. What a frustration hearing this piece of news because this could only mean one thing as far as I'm concern is the noise that would be released from the prospective construction site hence disturbing the peace and the quiet enjoyment of our land.Bullocks! Anyway,heard they are building 21 units of bungalow there. Hmm.... Hope it's future existance could help to boost the value of its neighbouring property ,to wit our neighbourhood but definitely without a doubt shall not attract more criminal activity than it already has.

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Good Samaritan I am

It was just one of those days when I need to attend dinner cum social function with those bankers. This time around the meet up was held at a karaoke lounge in The Gardens. Please don't try to compel me to name that despicable place here that serve extremely low quality of buffet cum cheapo beverages. You ah beng out there would know which lounge I'm refering to.

Anyway, today I decide to leave the social function early as I've done my job to entertain the bankers on behalf of my company and seriously I'm noise phobia. Why can't people have a descent dinner without noisy background so that we can properly social among ourself without the need to raise our voice at the top of our lung across the room just to say "How are you?" Nonsense right? Luckily not all business function were held in karaoke lounge otherwise I'm ah-beng-ni-fied.

My plan to leave early appear to place me at avail because I gave a stranger, an insatiable hot stranger a ride to her car in the car park.

Okay this is how the story goes. As I was leaving and entering The Gardens Upper level car park, I saw a hot chick clad in black dress at 1 o'clock walking along the car park area presumably either going into The Gardens or is finding her car to leave the place. To be less obvious that I was taking notice of her presence, I just look around at some parked continental cars ,to wit BMW 5 series and Mercedes Benz under the pretense I didn't see her at all.

Was this my lucky day? She suddenly call out to me and said , " Excuse me, can you help me?" I was like , woh how often does a hot chick call out for me somemore when I'm not in my best of attire.

"Yes, how can I help you?" I replied (Ingat dia kena rompak ke tak tau lagi la...sibuk tanya dulu)

"I can't find my car. I remember parking somewhere here but I just don't seem to find it". She continues, " I parked at 6A"

I looked at her dumbfounded, " but here is 6C" I sarcastically replied imputing are you blind dumb or mentally retarded?

"Yes, but I think it's somewhere around here", she repsonded.

" What is the number plate?"

" XXX 567X" (I'm keeping the 4 digit number secret because I'm going to buy toto the next day)

"What type of car and colour?"

"Black Vios"

I hesistate for a moment.

"Can you send me around to look for my car?", she asked.

I obliged.

On our way looking for her car, she tried to be social-able. " My name is Shiroki by the way and whats yours?" I replied accordingly.

Then I asked ," Are you a Malaysian?".

"Yes", she replied.

"Really? Because you know it's not usual for a Malaysian to have such a name", we both chuckled.

" So you just got out from G6?" she asked.

I was like, what the hell? Do I look like I'm going to a club to you? Although I dress abit smarter today but not necessary means I'm going to those drunkard's heaven. Okayla..maybe it's a compliment to me. I can take it that way. No harm caused but definitely self-esteem raised.

I mean, HOW OFTEN do you get a compliment from a hot lady whom you barely know of?

"Nah..I just got off from the karaoke lounge for business function"

Before we knew it, we have found her car and she jumps up in joy. She then left for her car and we both bid each other safe journey home.

End of story.

The reason why I want to share this extraordinary story of my life is because HOW OFTEN do I get talk to an unknown hot lady. It's like hardly! Probably 0.3 % of my life.

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Facts of Life, You Don't Have A Choice When You Live in Poverty

If you think the line of work I'm engage in is lucrative, easy and comfortable, well think again.

The position we inadvertently placed ourself at is completely regrettable and highly unbearable if you have gone through what we have gone through.We're like standing in the prosecution dock await to be blamed and prosecuted for potential fault which may not be the cause by ours. If that wasn't emotionally excruciate enough, our effort and value depreciate as more client's are becoming more critical as they continue to misunderstood the value and effort we put into our work. They would without sympathy and mercy brush off our commitment to solve problem as being trivial and easy job. Yes, on the surface we do look like a parasite to your money but I bet you will change your view if you come and experience what we had experienced. You have to swallow a rock when it appears and comes to you and you have and must not have anything to say about it.

If I could turn back time, " I wish I'm a billionaire so freaking bad "

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Top 10: Things You Didn't Know Jason Statham Kicked Ass At

Jason Statham has become an unlikely action star. Winning indie cred with Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch, both directed by Guy Ritchie, the son of a lounge singer and dressmaker-turned-dancer wasn’t content being a film geek idol. He used his love of sports to sculpt his body into a machine and insists on doing most of his own stunts and fight scenes, completely un-choreographed. For example, while shooting The Transporter sequel, he really did make the jump to the rear of a school bus from a jet ski that was skidding down a city street. The gritty results register with viewers and thus began the Statham action factory, pumping out hits like Diddy pumps out vodka bottles.

We don’t have to make a cause for Statham as an action star. He’s already done that. However, in addition to kicking ass onscreen, he also kicks ass at these 10 random things. So much talent lies in one bulldog Brit.

No.10- Modelling
With no modeling experience, a talent scout discovered Statham and quickly procured him a modeling contract with both the French Connection clothing line and Levi Strauss & Co. Statham pulled it off by realizing his best assets: "I've just got a really bad smile. I go for the scowl instead." This paid off immensely, being the vehicle through which Guy Ritchie discovered him.

No.9- Voicing Video Game
If Sgt. Waters in Call of Duty sounds familiar, it’s because Jason Statham voiced him. During the British campaign, you can hear him yell lines like, “Are you blind and deaf or just stupid?” Statham also played the reckless pilot Shrike in THQ's Red Faction II alongside veteran actor Lance Henriksen. In it he delivers one of game history’s best lines: “It's like trying to find a needle in a stack of bodies.”

No.8- Mixed Martial Arts
While action stars like Vin Diesel can talk the talk, Statham actually trains in mixed martial arts and is an expert in kickboxing. He’s even considered entering an Ultimate Fighting Competition, stating, "That is by far my favorite sport, the only thing that holds my attention. I go to all the matches. I respect those guys above all other athletes. They are the ultimate." Now that Chuck Norris is older, look for Statham to become Hollywood’s most dangerous white boy.

No.7- Swearing
An LA Times writer described talking to Jason Statham like this: “In conversation, Statham is like a one-man pub crowd on fight night -- lots of volume, some cheering here and there, plenty of jabs at the air and a dazzling array of casual obscenities. In fact, throughout this article, any time you see a noun in one of his quotes, assume there was a certain adjective in front of it.” That’s the wonderful thing about having a British accent. Even when you cuss, people think you sound "dazzling." You can even scream the c-word across a crowded pub and get away with it.

No.6- Being a Candy Pitchman
After Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Kit Kat hired him to do a commercial. In it, he plays a “break philosopher,” nailing home the simple point that we all need to take more breaks in life. The evidence? The plight of the salmon, which fights its way upstream only to mate and die. Don’t be a salmon. Now Statham has graduated to action-packed Audi commercials that premier during the Super Bowl, but it’s good to remember he can keep it simple if he has to.

No.5-Playing Soccer
Like most Europeans, Jason Statham played football (soccer) through school. His passion for diving later took up his time. As an adult, he got back into it, playing for the amateur soccer team the Hollywood United alongside former professional player Vinnie Jones and Steve Jones from the Sex Pistols. Unfortunately, he had to quit the team after a few players were seriously injured. It would be too difficult to film Transporter 4 with a broken ankle.

No.4- Being Modest
Of all the fight and stunt scenes Jason Statham has filmed, he says the public sex scene from Crank: High Voltage was the toughest. He hated being naked around so many people in a mall -- this coming from a guy who looks better naked than 99.9% of the population. Statham prefers not be paraded in the media like a meat stick. In August 2008, he showed up to the Playboy Mansion in a fancy robe. However, he didn’t want the party girls skanking up his image, so he refused to pose with models. Hugh Hefner disapproved and security escorted our classy Brit out.

No.3- Playing Chess
Film directors are notorious for smirking over their actors’ low intellects. Alfred Hitchcock infamously stated, “I never said all actors are cattle; what I said was all actors should be treated like cattle.” Well, Guy Ritchie can’t pose any grandstanding next to Jason Statham. While shooting Revolver, the director and actor became obsessed with chess. According to Statham, they played more games than he had in his whole life. He regularly beat Ritchie and said Madonna’s ex still owes him money for the matches.

No.2- Diving
Statham spent 12 years as one of the best divers on Britain's National Squad, placing third in the Olympic trials on three different occasions, and eventually placing 12th in the 1992 World Championships. He competed on the 10-meter platform and 3-meter springboard, nailing backwards three-and-a-halves, just like Greg Louganis. Eventually commercial and modeling agents noticed the way he filled out a Speedo while strutting around the Crystal Palace National Sport Center in London and his modeling career began.

No.1- Hustling
Statham’s parents introduced him to “street theater,” a fancy British way of saying street hustling. He used sell knock-off goods and jewelry to unsuspecting tourists. According to him, it’s all about the show you put on. The people need to be entertained to buy. The skill paid off when Guy Ritchie asked to meet the untrained actor for Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. The audition consisted of "impersonating" an illegal street vendor selling imitation jewelry. Statham sold Ritchie four sets of the jewelry and refused to return his money. He also got the part, of course.