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Saturday, 17 December 2011

Fishing??


Assalamualaikum..

I have a new favourite series dude. Guess what it is? 
Introducing...


I'm addicted. Now this series has run to it's 2nd season. I thought fishing means to catch fish but those Cajun & Houma have different idea. Fishing means hooking & shooting alligators. They do it for living.


These guys practice gator hunting for hundred of years. They inherited the skills from their ancestors. They are hunter, but they will be in the swamp for 30 days in a year to hunt gators! I love to watch the series because of this man..


Troy Landry. He is a living legend. No other hunters in the series entertain me like he did. He is a cheerful guy. He likes to make jokes with Liz and Jacob. Some of his famous quotes are:

 "Yea yea yea"
"A tree shaker! A tree shaker!"
"That's a big one"
" That's what I'm talking about"

And this is my all time favourite
"Choot 'em! Choot 'em!"

These guys are awesome. That includes Clint, Liz, Bruce Mitchell, Nick, Joe, Tommy, the Junior's, the Paul's and Terral. I'm amazed. I'm not the only one though..


This little girl also interested. So does 
the boy in the video below.


And look at the videos below, comes from parent who 
are Swamp People's die hard fans.haha..



I just love to watch this show. I hope it never ends. 
Time to go. Swamp People Marathon coming up after this. See ya.



P/s: Did you realize Troy has a different accent? He says "choot" rather than "shoot".  Satu benda lagi, show ni ignatkan kita betapa susahnya nak cari duit. Kalau malas belajar,kena la rajin kerja. Macam depa kat atas ni. Tak berpelajaran rasanya, tapi sanggup ambil apa saja peluang untuk bagi anak bini makan. Bukan takat boya, ulaq pon jadi. Bersyukurlah dengan apa yang anda ada sekarang.


Source of picture : 
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Sunday, 4 December 2011

Across 3 State Half Marathon Run 2011 : Report

Assalamualaikum..

Menemui pembacaku yg seciput. Saya selaku pemuda berumur 24 tahun telah berjaya menamatkan half marathon saya yang pertama. Alhamdulillah. Setelah berkecimpung dalam 10K kini saya cuba melebarkan sayap ke acara 21K dengan niat ingin mencuba.


Alkisah al-jebonnya, saya tertarik dengan dengan acara ini setelah dijanjikan saya akan berpeluang merentas 3 negeri sekaligus dalam usaha mendapatkan pingat yang seketul. Inilah sebab utama kenapa saya memberanikan diri menyertai acara ini. walaupun dalam hati ku tertanya-tanya, mampukan aku? apakah makanan kegemaranku? 


Seperti yang dijanjikan kami memang berlari merentas Pulau Pinang, Perak dan jugak Kedah. Pengalaman yang amat menarik untuk dikongsi. Wow! Saya berasa sangat teruja takhtala merentasi Sg. Kerian. Kami bermula di Nibong Tebal ke Transkrian dan seterusnya ke Parit Buntar. Selepas itu dengan kaki yang sepasang saya meneruskan perjalanan ke Bandar Baharu (Kedah) dan Bandar Baharu (Perak) sebelum terus berlari dengan penuh lemah gemalai ke garisan penamat di Nibong Tebal.




Waduh-waduh.. sewaktu digarisan permulaan, saya duduk di barisan terakhir untuk berlari-lari anak,memanaskan badan. Tanpa diduga, perlumbaan telah dimulakan. Dengan pengalaman sebesar gigi kuman, saya bermula dengan baik. Berlari pada pace perlahan. Saya berasa sangat rileks sepanjang larian kerana ditemani iPod saya yang suka memekak. Selain itu saya juga berasa rileks kerana kebanyakkan pelari semuanya berlari pada pace yang boleh saya ikuti. Tak macam 10K, mereka lari macam 400m. Siapalah aku untuk mengikuti jejak langkah mereka.


Walaubagaimanapun, hatiku tersentap sebaik mencecah 6k kerana ada seorang African (ish,ada jugak) yang telah menuju ke arah sebaliknya a.k.a dia dah on the way balik ke garisan penamat. Hancur luluh hati pelari-pelari tempatan. Kami hanya mampu buat muka ketat menandakan keseriusan kami untuk menamatkan larian.




Aku berjaya memastikan langkahku maintain seperti sebelumnya. Bila sampai drinking station, aku perlahankan langkah, minum 100 Plus.Oleh sebab ianya percuma,aku ambil 2 cawan di setiap station. Ketika itu perutku semakin maju kedepan tidak seiringan dengan kaki yang semakin berat dan terkebelakang. Tiada sebarang masalah serius sehingglah sampai km 15. Aku tak larat,tak tipu (tipu berdosa) , memang tak larat. 


Dalam 5km yang terakhir langkahku semakin perlahan dan pendek. Kaki terasa berat walaupun hakikatkan kaki ku umpana lidi penyapu. Tambahan pula hujan telah turun dengan jayanya hinggakan iPod aku bercakap dalam bahasa yang aku kurang pasti. Demam barangkali iPod itu. Aku masih tidak berputus asa kerana aku mahu mencapai matlamat yang satu iaitu menamat perlumbaan half marathon pertama aku. Selain itu juga,aku tak mau berenti berlari. Aku nak tamatkan perlumbaan tanpa perlu berjalan. Akhirnya aku berjaya!


Oleh sebab aku tengok jam berpandukan matahari,aku tidak mempunyai jam digital. Lalu apek disebelahku memberitahu bahawa aku telah mendapat catatan masa sebanyak 2 jam 39 minit. Selepas ambil pingat, aku berjalan, berkampung tepi lori Vico dan 100 Plus. Nikmatnya. Selepas tu makan buah tembikai dan ais krim. Syahdunya pagi itu. 


Secara keseluruhannya, aku berpuas hati dengan cara ini. Bayaran Rm 20 amat berbaloi. Memang tiada cenderahati tapi makanan dan minuman mencukupi ditambah pula dengan cabutan bertuah. Selain itu, dapat vest juga, pingat dan sijil lagi. Memang sempoi. Dan semakin hari aku semakin sayangkan Faas aku.Ahax! Tahniah buat penganjur. Bersama ini saya sertakan gambar yang sebenar buat tatapan nurani anda. Diharap anda berpuas hati.




P/s: Nak join lagi!



Source of picture :     

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http://images.bizrate.com/resize?sq=500&uid=1539555173

http://forums.ivillage.com/t5/image/serverpage/image-id/9709iE3A61C88191AD7D7/image-size/large?v=mpbl-1&px=600

http://www2.mpsp.gov.my:34980/image/image_gallery?uuid=647eff1c-6b7a-4723-8405-f9722a54f489&groupId=10124&t=1233195979468

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http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_YUBgVak0m38/Sq0Q1EehMSI/AAAAAAAAA4k/2bSowAOfGh8/s400/01700+-+Nibong+Tebal+Signboard.jpg

 


Monday, 28 November 2011

PBIM's Official Result



Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Well Done Young Tigers!

Assalamualaikum.

I think you know what I'm going to write. What else, its all about last night SEA games footbal "finale". The future is bright. Through the tournament we saw young lads such as Nazmi, Irfan, Syahrul and the others show their class inspite of their young age.




I'm a tottenham fan & I love to watch them play. And did you know that there are similarities between Nazmi & Scott Parker. Some of you might say it is not fair to compare him with an England international. But, i just couldnt resist. They are similar in terms of their ability to control the ball and break up play.




I did realised my father is a big fan of Nazmi. He even said, "tengok cara dia main ni, xpayah amik SPM pon xpa".haha. However, lets hope this young lad dont get carried away by the success and continue to improve himself in the future.




Another important thing is only NOW people realised who is actually Baddrol Bakhtiar. I'm a Kedahan. 4 or 5 years ago when i mentioned about Baddrol to my classmates they will laugh. Now who is laughing?




Baddrol took a huge step in establishing himself one of the star in the tournament. I'm not saying he is a world class player, but he has the capability to do what it takes to be a field 'maestro'. When his shooting boot is on, he could score from distance. Not forgotten his ability to deliver good crosses around the penalty box. The most vital part is he can use both of his feet. Can you?



The tournament also saw the immergence of Syahrul. Ong Kim Swee liken him with Safee Sali. I dont see any similarities between these two. But Syahrul does posses a threat when he has the ball. Safee Sali is a 'beast' while Syahrul is a more like a player who loves to has the ball close to his feet. He likes to control it and put some tidy footwork to get pass a defender.




However I feel pity for the second goalkeeper because Apex is only 22 (if im not mistaken). Hahaha..There are a long way to go. With a good goalkeeper the defence will be more organised. As we can see, Fadhli and Muslim are solid throughout the campaign. In those old days both of them are like most typical defenders. They cleared the ball up field when they are defending. But now, Fadhli and Muslim did control the ball first & if possible they cleared it to their teammates to set up a counter attack. Well done.




Overall, all of the boys did very well and I'm excited to see these young lads progress in the next few years. All of them are heroes. My only concern is we need someone to replace Safee up front. We are going to miss him because he is already reaching his 30s. Thank you Harimau Muda. You've made my day.




P/s: I have lots of things to comment, but let make it simple.       RRRRoooooooarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!!!!!



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Monday, 21 November 2011

Penang Bridge International Marathon 2012 Report

Assalamualaikum.

Last year, i've ended my running calendar with the Penang Bridge International Marathon (PBIM). But this year (due to some circumstances, eceh!), I started my running calendar with PBIM. Ironically it's already November, almost the end of the year.




I arrived at Queensbay around 12 am. I took the decision to come early because of the road closure & because of the fact that I could lost my way to Queensbay as I did last year. I parked my car & start examining the places. I need to know the location of the starting point, toilet, etc. I bought a bottle of drink & then, I sleep inside my car. The 'bed' is not comfortable but the wind does it job. Who needs an aircond?



I woke up around 3.45 am and change my outfit (aku tak mandi), eat my gardenia, drink, warm up, and walk to the starting line. Then, i did a slow jog and pace with some of the runners as part of the warm up session (I don't know who they are, tapi join je la.haha.).



When the race start i run smoothly but I'm a bit worried because the lack of practises. I run in a pace I used to & started to pace with a group of foreigners (bukan foreigners kenyan ye, yang ni cap ayam macam aku). If I'm not mistaken, they are four of them. The 10K feels so long since i havent compete for almost a year.



When I reach the bridge, the foreigners went ahead & tinggalkan daku kesepian. During this time the 10K Junior runners already released and went mad. They run like their life depends on it. I thought their body is made of paper. They look very smooth and almost get themselves flying.



I maintained my pace but i always slow down my step whenever i reach the water station. When i realised there is only half kilo to go, i longer my stride and push ahead. I end up my race very well. I think i can still improve my timing, If i started my training earlier. I will update this blog when the official timing released by the organiser.



On the bright side I notice that my legs up to the challenge even after a year of absence from the running event. I manage to run non-stop up until the finish line. But next time, i need to bring a tent and a toilet! (if possible). Because many of the toilet da kena bommm!


P/s: Bila result nak kluaq ni?!!

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Learning to be Faas-ter

Assalamualaikum..

Attention!

I just bought a new pair of running shoe.


Bolt looks shocked, so do i. I've been craving for a lightweight shoes for years. I thought I am going to buy either the Brooks' T6, T7 or even Adizero. But at last, i've found those Pumas. Faas 200,250,300,400 & 500. So, what are the differences between these Puma's products?



You can refer to the scale above. On the left side, we have Faas 200, 250 & 300 which are lighter compare to the others. The Faas 200 is the lightest one they can offer. But you need to be aware that eventhough the shoe is lighter, it has lack of cushioning as it moves to the left side of the scale. The shoes which move across the right side of the scale are 'heavier' (heavier compared to the shoes on the left) but they are well cushioned.



I did my research and tested all of those series of shoes. The Faas 400 and 500 offer what i've already got from my Adidas Cushion Response 17. I need something different. So i've tried the 250 & 300. The 250 is very light but it does not fit my feet. so, i've tried the 300 which caught my attention. Once i've put my feet in, my feet just stuck with it. The shoe follow's my feet's shape and 'hold it tight'. aaaaa.. They're in love.


It is also the last pair of Faas 300. So, I bought it for RM209. I feel very comfortable wearing those pair. According to the scale they might have less cushioning, but it went well for me for yesterday 10K run. Nothing went wrong, and i'm not kidding I'm lovin it. And wait..The Faas is calling for another run! I'm coming 'bebeh'!


Faas : "Inspired by The Fastest Country" a.k.a Jamaica
(This is what they said in the Puma official website)

P/S: Faas is a Jamaican word which means "Fast". zasss..chow!


Source of pictures :     
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http://www.foroatletismo.com/imagenes/2011/08/20110713-Puma-Faas-300-Faas-Cushioning-Scale.jpg
http://c745.r45.cf2.rackcdn.com/img/2009/puma_faas_300.jpg
http://decon.co/wp-content/uploads/puma_3.jpg

Friday, 23 September 2011

Bike to hell!






P/S : hahaha.ni msti budak xbaligh lg yg wat iklan ni.. 
Sehingga ketemu lagi di lain lembaran. Assalamualaikum.

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Friday, 26 August 2011

Dead and Gone.


Assalamualaikum..

I don’t even know what should I say.. The duo has been with this family since last January.. We raised them when they were just few days old. I’m gutted when my mum informed they are gone. 




The picture above is one the reason why they’re so special. We considered them as our pet. We feed them by our hands. When they were babies, they used to ‘chirping’ around our yard. Chip,chip, chip!!! 



These cute little fellas even swim and dive in our homemade mini-pool. I don’t even know they could dive. Ian Thorpe’s wannabes! 




When they have matured, honestly they are not cute anymore as they used to be. But they’re getting even closer to us. They used to sneak behind me and stand still, till their chests touched my back. Then, they could remain as a statue for hours… Maybe they're impressed with my backside? haha





This is another wonderful moment captured by my brother. The memories will remains as it should be. A hug to remember..


video

P/S: sygnya..bela dari kecik,mati masa dah mengeram for 1month. xsempat netas pon…R.I.P

Saturday, 20 August 2011

Mark & bark !



Siiiiapakah yang sudi, menghulurkan simpati..
Tolong tanda kertas-kertas ini...
Agar dapat ku rasa nikmati hari minggu,
Seperti insan yang lain i-innn~



P/S: Kenapalah exam 3 Form skali. Jenuh la kawe nok nando ni.Kawe da la sorang-sorang..kalo abc jo xpo la jgk.da 2 minggu nih,bilo mau abeh da..sapo nk tulun bole pm.kehkeh Erk.. 200 paper JE lagi.. Bergegas kembali ke meja kerja! Cikgu,kena bertahan! eyearghh.. Assalamualaikum..

Friday, 29 July 2011

Lame Lions

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the Singaporeans!




P/s: Tunggu 2018 pulak dahhh!

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