Thursday, 22 November 2012

I AM NORTHERN UNIVERSITY STUDENT

after i finish a year in matriculation, i was offered to further my study to Universiti Utara Malaysia.
first time when i was offered, i feel a bit dissapointed because this is not my first choise.
i tell my friend that i was offered here and their respons was like what i guess..
their laugh on me..know why they are laughing at me????

they laughing at me because of this shirt

but now i dont care what they want to say
i feel comfortable dressing like this
now i already in semester three and will get my degree in 2years from now.
when im here, i realize that the most important thing is 213686, and not ZULKARNAIN NASUTION
you know what i mean right??
lastly,i hope that my life in here will make me a better person in future..aminn!!

MimPi JaDi ReaLiTi

wahh!!rakyat malaysia pertama jadi cover megazine glamour..jangan jeles okay!!haha

Tuesday, 20 November 2012

The Amazing swedish


Sweden recorded a sensational last-minute victory over England on Wednesday night thanks to a jaw-dropping overhead kick from Zlatan Ibrahimovic, a goal so astonishing that everyone present immediately agreed it should be worth four goals.
Until Ibrahimovic’s late intervention, Roy Hodgson’s men had been cruising to a comfortable victory. Joe Hart, the picture of quiet self-assurance, had been totally untroubled between the posts, and Steven Caulker’s 38th-minute goal had put England 2-0 up, his debut strike counting double like all away goals always do.
But in the fourth minute of stoppage time, the previously subdued Ibrahimovic turned the match on its head with his improbable piece of skill, giving the referee no option but to signal four goals, which comfortably won the match for Sweden.

This is how football works now - do not question it
“I’ve got no complaints,” Hodgson told FourFourTwo after the game. “As soon as he hit it, I knew the game was over. As everyone knows, the fact that it was from 40 yards counts for 1.5 goals, the fact it was an overhead kick counts for 1.7, and the fact he did it in stoppage time is worth a bonus 0.6.
“He loses 0.2 for the tattoo, in my books, but I certainly can’t blame the ref for rounding it up to an even four.”
It was sweet revenge for Sweden, who were eliminated from Euro 2012 by England after Theo Walcott’s thunderous volley was controversially declared to be worth 1.5 goals.
But England too have suffered their share of goal-revaluing bad luck. They failed to reach Euro 2008 by the narrowest of margins after a Darren Bent tap-in against Croatia was only considered four-fifths of a goal.
And four years later at Euro 2012, England were eliminated on penalties by Italy, despite being ahead in the shootout, after referee Pedro Proenca decided that Andrea Pirlo’s masterly dink deserved to win the match all by itself.





this is trully the legend

And Europe's finest passing nation is... England! (Sort of)


You can't argue with statistics, and the passing stats for the most recent Europa League matchday show that England's representatives outpassed all their national rivals, with an average of 51.2 passes per player: 

Among those individual players, Alexsandar Dragovic shone brightest:
Considering two of those players play for FC Basel, you don't get any points for guessing that the Swiss side were the top-passing team…:
And here's the full breakdown of all the Matchday 4 games:
…but let's just have a look at those national passing stats again, in the pleasing infographical representation of a stadium. Well done Ingerland!
The passing's not only good on the eye: it broadens the mind. For each completed pass in this season's Europa League, Western Union's PASS schemewill fund a day's education for young people around the world. So let's look again at those passing statistics, in pleasing video format, remembering that it will make a brighter future. Well done everybody!


LawaK TeMuDUga


Seorang CEO ingin mencari eksekutif baru dalam syarikatnya. Dari beribu permohonan, hanya empat yang betul-betul menarik perhatiannya.
Bagaimanapun beliau tidak dapat memilih antara keempat-empat orang calon tersebut, lantas memanggil kesemuanya untuk ditemuduga (beliau tidak sekaya Donald Trump untuk menganjurkan temuduga seperti The Apprentice).
Setelah keempat-empat calon berada di hadapan beliau, CEO tadi pun mula berkata
“Saya ada satu soalan yang mungkin memberi jawapan berbeza, calon yang memberikan jawapan terbaik akan diterima untuk bekerja di sini ”
“Soalannya adalah apakah perkara atau benda yang paling pantas sekali?” tanya CEO tersebut.
Calon pertama berkata ” FIKIRAN , kerana kadang ianya datang sendiri tanpa kita sedari”
“Bagus , satu jawapan yang baik ” kata CEO tadi. ” Kamu pula ? “tanyanya kepada calon kedua.
“KELIP MATA , kerana tanpa kita sedari , sebelum sempat kita buat apa pun, mata kita dah berkelip ” jawab calon kedua.
“Satu jawapan yang sangat baik , lagipun perumpamaan melayu pun ada sebut SEKELIP MATA melambangkan kepantasan ” kata CEO itu.
” Bagaimana kamu pula?” tanya CEO kepada calon ketiga.
“Kalau kita tengok, lampu KLCC dihidupkan dengan pantas walaupun bangunan tu tinggi. Jadi saya rasa MENGHIDUPKAN LAMPU adalah paling pantas” jawab calon ketiga.
“Jawapan yang terhebat setakat ni. Bagaimana pula dengan kamu?” CEO terus mengusulkan soalan kepada calon keempat dengan merasakan calon ketiga hampir pasti menjadi eksekutif baru di syarikatnya dengan jawapan yang sangat bagus sebentar tadi.
” Setelah diteliti jawapan calon-calon sebelum saya ni tadi, saya rasa perkara yang paling pantas sekali adalah CIRIT-BIRIT ” jawab calon keempat dengan yakin sekali.
“Haaa…? CIRIT-BIRIT ? Kamu ni tak serius langsung, macam mana kamu boleh mintak kerja dengan syarikat saya ni ?” CEO terkejut dengan jawapan calon keempat tadi.
“Begini tuan, malam kelmarin saya terjaga di tengah malam dengan rasa sakit perut yang amat sangat. Belum sempat saya FIKIR , KELIP MATA atau MENGHIDUPKAN LAMPU, benda tu dah terkeluar dah”
Calon keempat diterima menjadi eksekutif baru syarikat berkenaan.

Twitter: Diana Danielle Sah Mengandung



Sebentar tadi, Diana Danielle melalui akaun rasmi Twitter beliau berkongsi berita gembira yang mana beliau telah di’sahkan secara tidak rasmi mengandung.
Diana Danielle menulis — “The most precious birthday present, thanks Allah SWT” dan di’sertakan sekeping gambar alat uji kehamilan yang menandakan beliau sedang hamil.
Ulangtahun kelahiran Diana Danielle jatuh pada 22 November 2012 ini dan ya, tidak di’sangkal lagi ini merupakan hadiah buat beliau dan Farid Kamil yang teristimewa.
Farid Kamil & Diana Danielle bernikah pada 3 November 2012 yang lalu dalam sebuah majlis ringkas tetapi meriah di tepian tasik Hotel Flamingo Ampang, Kuala Lumpur.
Tahniah buat pasangan ini & nampaknya tidak lama lagi boleh kita lihat cahayamata comel dari pasangan ini. Jaga kandungan baik baik ya!

Cristiano Ronaldo Lelong Kasut Emas 1.4 Juta Euro Demi Gaza?





Konflik Israel – Palestin yang berlangsung di Tebing Gaza menarik perhatian pemain bola sepak terkenal, Cristiano Ronaldo sehingga dia sanggup melelongkan anugerah paling bermakna untuk kareer bola sepak, iaitu Kasut Emas dengan harga mencecah 1.4 juta Euro atau RM 5.5 juta.
Bekas pemain Manchester United yang kini bersama pasukan Real Madrid ini berhasrat menggunakan wang hasil lelongan untuk membantu Palestin membina beberapa buah sekolah yang hancur dibom rejim Zionis Israel.
Anugerah Kasut Emas diterima oleh Cristiano Ronaldo pada tahun 2011 setelah dia berjaya menjadi penjaring gol terbanyak untuk La Liga dengan jumlah sebanyak 40 gol.
Bagaimanapun, berita ini masih belum dapat disahihkan kerana tiada sebarang laporan daripada agensi dan media antarabangsa semasa artikel ini ditulis.
Dalam laporan berlainan, penyanyi Faizal Tahir yang tersentuh dengan kesengsaraan penduduk Palestin mengumumkan untuk melelongkan kesemua trofi yang pernah dirangkulnya di laman Twitter, sebentar tadi. –

Friday, 16 November 2012

AppLe Iphone 5


Apple on Wednesday has finally revealed a new phone that's taller and has a bigger display. iPhone 5 comes in either white and silver or black and slate, and will be available in the US for a suggested retail price of $199 (US) for the 16GB model and $299 (US) for the 32GB model and $399 (US) for the 64GB model.
iPhone 5 will be available in the US, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore and the UK on Friday, September 21, and customers can pre-order their iPhone 5 beginning Friday, September 14.iPhone 5 will be available from the Apple Online Store (www.apple.com), Apple's retail stores, and through AT&T, Sprint, Verizon Wireless and select Apple Authorized Resellers.
iPhone 5 will roll out worldwide to 22 more countries on September 28, including Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.
What makes it unique?
Even though it's taller than the iPhone 4S, it's lighter. The bigger screen - 4 inches measured diagonally - creates room for another row of icons on the screen and lets widescreen movies fit better. Previous iPhone models carried 3.5-inch screens.
Even video and photos look more lush on the iPhone 5's bigger and better screen. The device is also speedier because of a more powerful processing chip and upgraded wireless technology that accelerates Web surfing.
Apple also has equipped the iPhone 5 with a superior sound system, courtesy of the new headphones that the company says it spent three years developing. The headphones, called "EarPods," are a vast improvement on the ear buds that Apple has been giving away with its devices for more than a decade. The new headphones actually stay in your ears and make it seem as if the sound is playing inside your head. The EarPods come free with the iPhone 5, and they sounded as good as $100 headphones sold by a variety of other companies.
The new iOS also offers a feature called "Passbook," where digital coupons, airline tickets and gift cards can be conveniently stored in one location. This, too, is going to be popular.

iPhone 5 tech specs:

- Display: 4-inch (diagonal) with a resolution of 1136 by 640 pixels.
- Memory capacity: 16, 32 or 64 gigabytes, depending on price. There's no way to expand it with memory cards.
- Price: Starting at $199, for 16 gigabytes of memory.
- Size: height: 4.87 inches; width: 2.31 inches; depth: 0.30 inch (124 x 59 x 7.6 mm)
- Weight: 3.95 ounces (112 grams)
- Cameras: 8-megapixel camera on back, 1.2-megapixel on front.
- Video recording: high-definition (1080p - comparable to the resolution of a 40-inch flat panel TV) up to 30 frames per second with audio
- Battery life: talk time is up to 8 hours on 3G. Internet works for up to 8 hours on LTE and up to 10 hours on Wi-Fi. Up to 10 hours of video playback. Battery can be replaced by service personnel only.
- US wireless carriers: Verizon Wireless, AT&T, Sprint Nextel and others.
- Network compatibility: 3G networks worldwide, plus 4G LTE networks in the US, Canada, Japan, Germany, UK, Australia, South Korea, Hong Kong and Singapore.
- Operating system: Apple's iOS 6 (will also be available for download to older iPhone models)
- Near-field communications: Not available.

Tuesday, 9 October 2012

Malaysia – the land of the experts


People have been talking about Malaysia having a big problem with human capital. They say that we have a brain-drain problem. They say our education system is not producing smart students. And they say the country does not have enough talented people.

THEY ARE ALL WRONG. VERY, VERY WRONG.
 


After the 2013 budget was announced last Friday, I realised that Malaysia is actually teeming with geniuses and experts. We have so many outrageously intelligent people that we don’t know what to do with them. These are people whose brains are overflowing their skulls. And the best part is they are everywhere. At the parliament, at the coffee shops, at the football fields, at the roadside, at the universities, the list goes on and on. Guess what, the most number of geniuses are found on Facebook and Twitter.

WHO ARE THESE EXPERTS?


Economic experts
People who can’t even balance their own cheque books yet have no qualms offering advice on how the nation’s finances should be administered. Nincompoops who can’t even pay their own hutang at the mamak shop are now dispensing wisdom about how the national debt should be managed. Porcupines who don’t even know the difference between Government bonds and James Bond yet have no qualms telling Bank Negara how to manage our foreign reserves.

The best of the lot are the economic geniuses who can ramble for hours about the national budget without having even heard or read it. I think the next Nobel Prize in Economics is coming to Malaysia.


Political experts
We have many experts on politics. There are the chicken-brains who do not know the difference between parliament and palm oil yet will not hesitate to lecture you how elections should be conducted. Morons who have never voted in their entire lives have no qualms to preaching how you should vote. Idiots who in the entire lives have never read our Constitution will not hesitate to give you a lecture on the role of the King. The best of the political experts are the hundreds of when-are-next-elections predictors who continuously get their dates wrong. 

Marketting experts
People who can’t even write a decent resume yet have no qualms preaching how MAS or AirAsia or Maxis or SimeDarby should reorganize their business. People who can’t even sell a kebab to a hungry Arab go on and on about how Tourism Malaysia should promote the country. Folks who failed at selling Cosway products but now try to teach other people how to sell their products. People who have never even sold a goreng pisang in their lives yet find it easy to preach how GLC’s should do business.

You will these marketing experts everywhere. Just browse the many status updates by your friends on Facebook today and you will find them. Pure geniuses.


Safety experts
People who know no shit about radiation yet go around advising others how the Lynas plant could kill a camel from 5 miles away. Dungoos who know nothing about geology yet have no misgivings lecturing engineers how to design their foundation. Folks who don’t know the difference between a handphone and a handjob go around dishing advice about how the electromagnetic radiation from the mobile phone can fry your brains.


Medical experts
These are the most numerous. All you have to do is just mention (quietly will do) about an ailment, there will a dozen Malaysians queuing up to dispense their medical wisdom. Balding? No worries – some geniuses will tell you that rubbing your head against a wall will regenerate hair growth. Erectile dysfunction ? No worries – some smart dickhead (pardon the pun) will tell you how eating goat’s testicle will take care of the problem. The best of the lot are the wizards in the “angin” department. Almost 1000 diseases and aches can be attributed to you having too much “angin”.



So there you go, folks. Plenty of proof that the nation is teeming with geniuses. We are even smarter than R2D2. The brain drain in Malaysia is a myth.
I know many experts. Do you ?

Lose Weight without Dieting


 Hey do you really want to lose weight without skipping meals? Here is the solution to lose weight and not starve. It is time to lose weight without dieting.

Being thin (o) is very important for good health and feel more comfortable and lightweight, but also has another meaning profoundly valuable: you will feel more secure about yourself to know and see that you have control over your body and your life.
To lose weight is not always necessary to resort to drastic diets, and even less not supervised by a dietitian, nor do we have to let the skin in the gym, and that excessive exercise is not going to be beneficial to our health.

 
With regard to food should be avoided whenever possible, excess with pastries and sweets and replace them with pieces of fruit or vegetable, just as tasty, and with fewer calories. You should also not consume excess amount of alcohol if you really desire to lose weight, it is good to consider the idea of drinking water with meals, and leave for a while the wine, beer or sugary drinks. 

Nor is it good for our line of 'snacking between meals', sometimes it is precisely those bags of chips or nuts such that at the end of the year we have given a couple of kilos. Ideally, eat three to five times a day at specific times, and do not ever skip your meals.

As for exercise, if you do not have time to go to a gym to do some type of aerobic exercise or spend an hour a day practicing jogging or jogging, we can distribute the effort in small daily tasks: climbing the stairs instead of the elevator, go buy the paper going, keep the car for journeys of less than 20 minutes walking, etc.

If we get used to eating healthy and not avoid the little physical effort, we can maintain a healthy life, without those extra kilos. 
Remember that losing weight and maintaining it is a reflection of the connection between your mind and body, since it implies an awareness of how you want to be, what your body needs and when needed. The problem is that even today, people do not believe that, if they learn to eat well, have a good weight you will feel healthy and strong, not only to do their daily work, but for exercise.

Taking a good check that the food supply helps you lose weight, you fat because what is the frequency and quantity of what you eat, whether a piece of pizza, burger or tacos. 

How to Lose Weight and Stay Slim?

Remember that it is impossible to lose weight in a short time without damage and consequences because the body is not able to metabolize more than one and a half kilo of fat a week, so if someone loses more weight, what is really is losing water and muscle mass, not fat.

Muscle mass is important because it determines how many calories your body spends, and that the more muscle you have, the more calories you spend, and the more you spend, the more you can eat without gaining weight and not be in the situation of how to lose weight.

 
If you try above mentioned tips and facts with a positive attitude will do wonders for you, you'll see