August 26, 2010

Belum ada masuk meminang

Sama ada jejaka idaman itu akan menjelma tidak lama lagi atau sebaliknya, Julia menyerahkannya kepada ketentuan Yang Maha Esa. Dalam usahanya mencari calon suami, dia tidak menafikan ada beranggapan ‘maintenance’ artis ini tinggi.

“Mereka melihat kereta yang dipandu, baju yang digayakan dan pelbagai lagi sehingga menimbulkan persepsi beristerikan artis ini ‘mahal’. Artis orang biasa juga, ada masa senang dan susah. Tiada banyak bezanya dengan orang lain cuma bidang kerja yang membuatkan kami popular. Adakalanya dalam kerlipan dan limpahan populariti ada rasa kesunyian,” katanya.

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Julia Ziegler: belum ada yang masuk meminang lagi.

August 25, 2010

Jalur Gemilang


Saya warganegara Malaysia.
Saya pembayar cukai.
Ini negara saya.


August 18, 2010

Aimi Amy

Konvoi bersama,
breakdown bersama,
ketawa bersama,
racing bersama, (walaupon selalu kene tinggal, tapi tetap race jugak..)
Pemergian selamanya...
Al-Fatihah.


Peace in heaven brother..
Aimi Amy.

August 7, 2010

Mat Rempit

A Mat Rempit is a Malaysian term for "an individual who participates in illegal street racing", usually involving underbone motorcycles (colloquially known as Kapcai) or scooters. Not all Mat Rempits are involved in street racing; some of them perform crazy stunts for fun, such as the wheelie, superman (lying flat on the seat), wikang, and scorpion (standing on the seat with one leg during a wheelie).

Mat Rempits usually travel in groups and race in bustling city centres on weekend nights. In recent times, Mat Rempits have been linked to gangsterism, gang robbery[1][2], street fighting, assault[3], vandalism, theft and bullying. Most motorcycles used by the Mat Rempits do not meet standard specifications, or have been modified extensively for greater speed, or just to make the exhaust noisier.

Additionally, some Mat Rempits do not have valid motorcycle licenses, do not pay road taxes, and ride stolen motorcycles[4][5]. A growing number of housing estates have also been turned into racing tracks[6]. It is estimated that there are about 200,000 Mat Rempits in Malaysia[7].

In some other countries, the term Mat Rempit is also used, but more to refer to one as a motorcycle lover or rider (Mat Motor), as opposed to an illegal motorcycle racer. Sometime the terms of Mat Rempit misused to refer any individual who rides an underbone motorcycle. Related to this is the Mat Konvoi, which claim to be the non-racing version of Mat Rempit.


cilok dari http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mat_Rempit

Stop trying to make other people happy

Its their blood business to make them self happy!