Sunday, May 31, 2009

A long, tiring, and happy day

Today is a total outing day. Wake up at 6.20am, then doing some event hosting part time under Dutch Lady till around 6pm, had dinner in 1 Utama till around 9pm, then went out drink tea till around 11.30pm. Woah! I've been out for 17 hours!

Oh, don't mind the coconut tree, some random stuff I took randomly to show th weather of the day.

Meet the Mr. Cow. Thought they called it the Dutch Lady Yes Cow, but anyway larh, I like this costume lerh, darn cute! Especially the cow's smile, *yeeeee~* like that, darn funny!

The four game masters, the four person who will lost their voice in battle of kids and the 400W speaker. Let's pray for them, nam mo nam mo nam mo...

I think this is the only photo I manage to capture during the small resting in the middle larh. The Indian guy is called Joe, who is also the person inside the cow custume.

This fella is one of the most interesting guy I've ever met. His level of being lame is in totally new level to me, even the known lamer that I've always thought, Stephen, would bow in front of him!

*Terrible monsters attacking Playtropolis! Save the kids! Drink more milk! Run faster!*

Joel u spoil my acting larh, aiyo!

Well I didn't get the big group photo yet, so this is roughly the kampung of people that worked in the event, half UPM kaki and half PJ tangan.

The big cheers for finishing the job peacefully! There's only milk around so let it be larh, lol...

The dinner after the whole day of work. This curry laksa is NICE!!


Anyway since this is the first time I took part in this kind of event job, so going to write a little larh.

Well since I'm a game master, handle and play with kids is all I do. Well the different of handling event children with school children is that, their parents are there. And I think that it is harder to handle the parents than their children themselves!

Some aunty tend to *help* their children secretly (which is right under our nose) so that their children can win. But this was fine, there are even parents who ask you why their children didn't win under my group, which indirectly telling you that you suck in giving bonus towards your own team, what the heck larh auntie!

Which, categorize the parents into 2 groups, the parents that want to let their children to have fun during the event, and the parents who using want their children to win stuff during the event. The latter seems to be majority of the crowd, *sigh*.

Alright, enough with the parents, talk about the children.

Since they are children, it is expected them to be a bit naughty, but I think it is still able to handle them, can even have fun with them.

There are many different types of mini games we had to lead them to play, but one thing makes me feel so touching, is that the children can hold hand in hands, shoulder to shoulder to complete their task, and they are all children with different background, different race, different language. But they can do it!

It makes me feel damn sad that why adult could never do such things that it is so easy for the children, shouldn't we learn from them instead of telling these little soul about things that can torn them apart? I just couldn't do that!

Another *sigh*.

Learn heck lots of stuffs this time, would like to say a big thank you to Catherine, for handling the bunch of big kids like us and sharing her experience with us! Thank you!

Thursday, May 28, 2009

Review: Terminator Salvation

Yay, glad to be one of the earliest viewer for this show. Not a bad show overall, but somehow I think the show is overrated, or was it that my expectation for the show is just too high?

Well let's start with the story line. It quite confusing actually, where it relates with Terminator I and Terminator II, where the details of these old movies had already long faded from my memories. In short, I don't quite get the whole damn thing actually. Alright I know I'm dump.

Other than that, the remains of the show is all about chi-ba-boom here, chi-ba-boom there, chi-ba-boom everywhere. Destroying things that had already been destroyed, blowing things that are already in pieces.

Well the show don't leave much thinking for the watcher after watching it. Unlike Star Trek that makes me think a hell lots, this show are more like over-and-done-with after watching.

I guess a 7/10 for this show is good enough :)

Saturday, May 23, 2009







Friday, May 22, 2009

Review: Night at Museum 2

Well, just like the Night at Museum 1, it is still taking about things that shouldn't move gets moving.

Well the whole show is almost like the repeat of the part one, just things get bigger and more things get "move it move it". Of course, more funny stuffs I guess. The whole story are still okay I guess, really love the 3 little cupids, they have such a beautiful voice! Except their face, they need some real plastic surgery.

Hmph, better don't talk too much, else there will be no fun in watching the show. A show that worth watching while waiting for some bigger movies such as Terminator, Transformer, or Harry Potter!

By the way, I kinda wonder the tablet in the show is the one that driving the things in Toy Story moving? Lol don't mind me, some random crazy thoughts again.

Hey but seriously, I think they are kinda related! Mwahahaha...

Monday, May 18, 2009

Bukit Gasing

Had a walk at Bukit Gasing (some sort of jungle tracking) today, took some photo and playing around with photoshop, the effects look awsome!


Friday, May 15, 2009

Kuala Gandah and Bentong

Went to several places in this long day, and a really long day it is! The five very active person who joined this long long one day trip is: JoelThean, SuFung, SzeHui, JasonKim, and myself.

Let's see, firstly we fly all the to Pahang, with the pathetic driver of the day which is JoelThean.

Then we reached a place introduced by Jason's junior, to eat some they-said-it-is-very-nice ice kacang. Well by looking at the ice kacang:

Well it's not that bad larh, inside the ice kacang have so many funny stuffs like grape and some fruit that I can't really recall their names.

Well at that moment we don't have extra time to hunt for another place for lunch so we had our lunch at the ice kacang shop too (sounds weird right?), which is the nasi lemak that very upm-nasi-lemak-alike-but-with-extra-powerful-sambal.


And finally we reached the next destination, Kuala Gandah to watch elephant!

They have all size of elephant here, from the very young (left) to the very old (right). These elephants make really loud sounds! I'm quite sure that Jurassic Park makers took the elephant sound and modified into T-Rex sound, so you could imagine how loud is that.

A mini elephant museum here, giving some information about habitat of elephants and a big elephant skull, that looks like some alien mask to me...

Elephant feeding time!

Well, don't afraid they had your hand together with the food, they are gentle herbivore creature that have no interest with your arm ^^~ (Though my hand still shakes when feeding into their mouth, lol)

Spot the error, the person who makes this really need to take some extra tutorial on a better grammar.

By the way, there's also some people from the television shooting around. SzeHui said she know that the handsome host is from some-show-I-don't-know in ntv7 morning show. Anyone recognize him?

Elephant riding! Well don't ask me what happen to the picture quality, I wish to figure that out too. These are the photos from Jason taken in burst mode.

The elephant fur is seriously damn geli, and riding an elephant is unlike riding a cow or horse, it feels like you are going to fall down anytime as their skin and muscle are moving left and right when they are moving, as if you were riding a huge moving jelly that have spiky furs.


Joel that went bathing with the elephant, basically you ride on the elephant back, experience a elephant version of banana boat falling, and there you go, "bathing with elephant".

As usual larh, photo taking around.


So the elephants make up our day? Not yet, there are more place to go since we travel so far all the way to Pahang, therefore we also pay a visit to:

Which translated as: "Bentong Hot Water Pond".

Now, you may say: "Woah~ the place looks nice!" then I'll tell you: "Of course larh! I did some photoshop to this particular photo!" and I'm seriously not lying.

Realize that the water is greenish? This is because the whole pond is filled with MOSS! And the moss here ain't normal moss, is some moss that had been growing (and will keep growing) up to 10-30cm long!

We all know that the feeling of our skin having contact with moss is usually unpleasant, especially with such long and disgusting ones. Which make us ended up sitting at a less moss infected location, soak our body into the hot water, and that's it!

Another amazing Malaysia project that "nice in building, zero in maintainance", bravo!


Then for the dinner, we fly all the way to Sushie Station thought to have some fresh oyster, but the promotion has ended (as said by the lady boss there).

Then I thought: "Okayyy, at least have some salmon also not bad..." then finding their salmon sushie is as thin as paper makes me "Urh!" again. End up going Sushie Station we didn't really eat much sushie, but more on grilling chicken and fish.

The two big business man.

And the 2 pretty girls.

And that makes up the long long Friday, bought some "Nasi Buluh" when coming back form Pahang to share with family as supper. Sadly due to some delay, sis had already went back home so mom and me finished the whole box of rice. Aw~


More photo download: here

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Record breaking karaoke

Had my record breaking karaoke yesterday, after watching Star Trek with SuFung and SuYin (which lead me to the long review below this post). Started around 1pm, then suppose ends at 5pm, but we get some free extension until 8pm.

But we didn't really sing up to that late larh, we decided to pull ourself out at around 7pm as we all are getting frigging hungry. So basically I've stayed in that karaoke room for like 6 hours! Personal record breaking...

Alright I have no idea why they order (or was it randomly given) a coke, a lemon-coke, a sprite, a lemon-sprite, and a ice lemon tea. Luckily I stole the jar of ice lemon tea to my table first, wakakaka! (I can't have soft drinks during karaoke as it is like a phlegm magnet to me!)

Joel taking photo with one human girl, one black ghost and one white ghost behind there. Scary wei!

Ops, this was a failure capture, but due to lack of photo to share with, never mind larh!

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Review: Star Trek

Yeap, just went for Star Trek, can't afford to miss this show as I'm a big science friction fan! Well, I'm quite amazed at myself that I could understand about 85% of the scientific terms used in in the movie, where my friends who was watching along, can't really get what is what.

Well, I'll help to explain some of the things and some question that mumbling in my mind here, for those who haven't watched, no worries no spoiler! For those who watched, it helps you to understand the movie better!

Basically is another name for center of black hole, you'll encounter this term a few times in the show, some add-maths students might had heard this term before. This is the point where gravity went wrong, a point where all laws of physic are broken, a point with huge mass compressed into a single point.

Black Hole? Worm Hole?
Some might thinks that they are 2 entirely different thing, but a black hole CAN be a worm hole. There are theories that saying if you get sucked into a black hole at point x time t, you might pop out in another different point and time, due to the immense gravity of the black hole that warps the space-time dimensions so badly that it connects 2 different space-time coordinates together. However they are unsafe for shortcut space travel, even time travel. As these worm holes are very unstable, they might get connected or disconnected anytime, or constantly changing the coordinates of the exit point.

Alright that was damn long and hard to understand.

To make things simple, if you get sucked into a black hole, either you get torn apart and get sucked into the singularity, or you might get pop out at another location in space and different time (back to past or forward to future). However you can't really control your exit point as this system is unstable! I'll give an example here:
Let's say 2 fellas get sucked into a black hole, and they didn't get themselves torn apart, then this might happen. The first fella that enters the black hole get randomly teleported to 25 years ago and the second fella get randomly teleported to our current time.

Changing the future?
Yes, since a person from the future get to the past, it creates a paradox called grandfather paradox, asking that if you went to the past and kill your grandfather, will you disappear? Currently the best explanation to solve this is that whenever you did a time travel to the past, it creates a new time line for going to the future (which makes time is no longer one direction, could be multi direction), so whatever you did on this time line will not affect the time line from where you come from. So if you murdered your grandfather here, it's just that you will not born on this time line, the time line that where you came from, did not change a thing.

It's confusing again.
Basically when you did a time travel to the past you opens up another line of history, but the history from where you came from remain unchanged, you just created 2 different future!

---Alert: Spoiler zone!---

What is Red Matter?
Red Matter, in this case is just a name for an unknown-matter that leaves to the viewer to interpret themselves (just like Chemical-X in Powerpuff Girls).

Alright that does not answer the question! But according to here, it says that: "Red matter was an unstable matter with distinct gravitational properties, specifically a propensity to condense into quantum singularities."

But here comes the problem, when it says "distinct gravitational properties", I'll assume that it's a extremely dense object with no gravitational pulls, but they are highly unstable and will turn into a singularity anytime. But even an object have no gravitational pull, it's mass should remains there. In the show it used one small drop to suck in a supernova (explosion of a star), so I'll assume that drop have at least one solar mass (mass of our sun, around 1.989×10^30kg). Now look back into the show, we have that one big chuck of it, that's at least a million solar mass there! I highly doubt that there's any power that can carry an object with a million solar mass around (just imagine carrying an object with mass of 1 million sun).

That's not the only problem, another problem is when Spock crashed the big chuck of red matter to Nero's ship, a supermassive black hole (due to million times of mass) is created that a million times more stronger than normal black holes (the one that wipe out planet Vulcan). The thing is, why in the heck that ship get suck in so frigging slowly until Kirk have the good chat with Nero? It would've vanished in seconds!

Not logic! So how?
The question keep turning around my mind after watching the show, therefore I came out with my own idea of what the red matter actually is! *Laughs of mad scientist*

Well, I think that the red matter is actually a matter that could connect the massive space-time warps created by a black hole to a point where it "ignited" or simply out-of-control.

Still don't understand? Well look at this:
Imagine a huge whirlpool that sucks everything in. Now imagine i have a super-powerful-straw, with one end is connected to the center of the whirlpool, while another end is connected to any peaceful water surface. The result? You created a mini whirlpool!

The same terminology applies here, we have an existing black hole, then the red matter will acts as a straw in the middle. No matter how many "straws" you have, you can't make another stronger whirlpool than the existing whirlpool.

I got this idea when looking at how the spaceships doing long distance travel in a short time, their technology in manipulating the space-time dimensions must be really advanced, I don't think it should be a huge problem for them to connect a point within the event horizon (point of no return of black holes) with another point in space, especially when they came from the future.

Well that solves the paradox!


Well that's all for my review, have a good day!