08/01/2010 - 09/01/2010 - blog.iamfuzy™

30 August 2010

Sudirman (Live in Concert) 31 Ogos "Merdeka"

August 30, 2010
Sudirman (Live in Concert) 31 Ogos "Merdeka"


August 30, 2010

Selamat menyambut Hari KeMERDEKAan ke 53 wahai Malaysiaku tercinta. Alhamdulillah segala puji-pujian hanya layak bagi Allah SWT kerana dengan limpah kurnia-NYA kita dapat mengecapi satu kehidupan yang harmoni, aman makmur dan sejahtera hari ini walaupun negara kita mempunyai masyarakat berbilang kaum seperti Melayu, Cina, India dan lain-lain serta mempunyai pelbagai budaya dan agama.

Keamanan dan kemakmuran yang kita kecapi dan nikmati pada hari ini adalah hasil usaha gigih pejuang-pejuang kemerdekaan terdahulu. Oleh itu, kita sebagai generasi baru hendaklah sedaya upaya mempertahankan kemerdekaan negara ini.

Sambutan kali ini yang dibuat secara tertutup di Stadium Bukit Jalil dalam mengimarahkan bulan yang penuh barakah bulan Ramadan. Sambutan kemerdekaan di hari ke 21 Ramadan bulan yang mulia.

Adakah kita benar2 telah merdeka?

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27 August 2010

Salam Nuzul AlQuran

August 27, 2010
Salam Nuzul AlQuran
Perghhh...bestnya D'hubby cuti tapi kita tak boleh cuti sbb kerja mmg tgh standby but was thinking to balik kul 1500hrs yang akhirnya kul 1605hrs masih dok tercongok kat depan lappy angkara last minute booking dari MINDEF and MITI...fuhhh dah la Kuantan office tutup sebab Nuzul AlQuran. Tapi apa ku kesah??? ticketing kena datang balik ke ofis untuk issue ticket ler n yang jadi mangsa utama ialah MR GM...wargh wargh wargh dan akhirnya selesai setelah Cik Nawal tiba untuk issue ticket..heheeh

Tetiba Sjn Bernard call balik arrr kata Dato Gunaselan punya tiket tak dapat ...adussss dan sorang lagi Stephen punya tiket balik sepatutnya on 3Sept...huhuhu

Nasib baik hari ni nak masak nasi goreng jer dan yang pasti the kiddos mesti ternanti2 kepulangan Ummi...

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26 August 2010

8 Gifts that don't cost a cent

August 26, 2010
8 Gifts that don't cost a cent
The Gift of Listening
But you must really listen. No interrupting, no daydreaming, no planning your response. Just listening.

The Gift of affection
Be generous with appropriate hugs, kisses, pats on the back and handholds. Let these small actions demonstrate the love you have for family and friends

The Gift of Laughter
Clip cartoons. Share great articles and funny stories. Your gift will say, " I love to laugh with you"

The Gift of a written note
It can be simple "I love you" of "Thanks for the help" note, or a full sonnet. A brief, handwritten note may be remembered for a lifetime, and may even change a life.

The Giftt of a compliment
A simple and sincere, "You look great in red," You did a super job," or "That was a wonderful meal" can make someone's day.

The Gift of a favor
Every day, go out of your way to do something kind.

The Giftt of solitude
There are times when we want nothing better than to be lft alone. Be sensitive to those times and give the gift of solitude to others.

The Gift of a cheerful disposition
The easiest way to feel good is to make others feel good.
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25 August 2010

Chinese zodiac - Rooster

August 25, 2010
Chinese zodiac - Rooster




Occupying the 10th position in the Chinese Zodiac, the Rooster symbolizes such character traits as confidence, pompousness and motivation. Those born under the Chinese Zodiac sign of the Rooster are loyal, trustworthy individuals who are blunt when it comes to offering their opinions. Their bluntness stems not from being mean but from being honest; a trait which Roosters expect from others.
Roosters are extremely sociable and prefer being the center of attention, always bragging about themselves and their accomplishments. They continually seek the unwavering attention of others which can be annoying. Roosters are as proud of their homes as they are of themselves. They’re extremely organized individuals as evidenced by the fact that their homes are always neat.



Overall, Roosters are active individuals and their preference to be active helps keep them in good health. When they do become ill, they feel better quickly. They can at times however, take on too much and when that happens, they’ll feel stressed and moody.



Roosters are highly motivated and hard-working; traits that enable most Roosters to have successful careers. Not surprisingly, Roosters make good actors, musicians and dancers. Other good career choices for Roosters include: CPA, banker, dentist, insurance agent, secretary, and book keeper. Roosters also do well in the armed forces.



The Rooster’s bossiness and honest “tell it like it is” approach doesn’t work well with sensitive individuals. Roosters need to partner with those who are tough-skinned. They’re the individuals most capable of realizing that beneath the tough exteriors are huge, caring hearts overflowing with love.

Roosters and the 5 elements



Metal Rooster – Years 1921 and 1981

These Roosters have really big egos and are forever seeking willing listeners who can help keep those egos inflated. Metal Roosters analyze everything. Their aggressive nature keeps some prospective friendships and relationships from developing.


Water Rooster – Years 1933 and 1993

Water has a calming effect on this Rooster. Water Roosters don’t feel the need to rise above the crowd and their communication skills are more refined. Forever energetic and extremely detail-oriented, these Roosters can benefit from staying more focused on the end result rather than the minute details.


Wood Rooster – Years 1945 and 2005

More team oriented, Wood Roosters have many friends and acquaintances. Forever trying to seek the good rather than the evil in people as well as in life situations, their only fault is the tendency to not complete what they start. This happens because they frequently take on more than they can handle.


Fire Rooster – Years 1957 and 2017

Roosters in every sense, Fire Roosters spend much of their time perfecting their images. They’re terrific social organizers and excellent leaders. However they are overly blunt and this trait often hurts the feelings of others.


Earth Roosters – Years 1909 and 1969

Extremely organized and detail-oriented, Earth Roosters are excellent at multi-tasking. They’re motivated by success, and set high standards that they expect others to follow. These expectations of others can lead to animosity so Earth Roosters need to adopt a more subtle approach.



Roosters are most compatible with an Ox or Snake and most incompatible with a Goat and a Rabbit.

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Ramadan Kareem...

August 25, 2010
Ramadan Kareem...

17 August 2010

The Sears Tower

August 17, 2010
The Sears Tower

Not content with having the tallest building in America , the owners of Willis Tower in Chicago have installed four glass box viewing platforms which stick out of the building 103 floors up. 

The balconies are suspended 1,353 feet in the air and just out four feet from the building's Skydeck. 

Visitors get their first view from The Ledge -- four glass balconies suspended from the Tower.

Designers say the platforms - collectively dubbed The Ledge - have been purposely created to make visitors feel as they are floating above the city. The reward is unobstructed views of Chicago from the building's west side and a heart-stopping vista of the street and Chicago River below - for those brave enough to look straight down. It's like walking on ice.

John Huston, one of the owners of the Willis Tower , even admitted to getting 'a little queasy' when he ventured out on to the balcony.However, after 30 or 40 trips, he seems to have gotten used to it.

Long way up: Even the floor of the platforms are glass - few are brave enough to look straight down.  Although some adults felt dizzy after experiencing The Ledge, children seemed to take it in their stride.  

Fearless: Five-year-old Anna Kane spreads out on the floor of the 10ft square box which is 1,353 ft up. 

Thrill seekers: The boxes jut out four feet from the building and were specifically designed to attract visitors.  The Willis Tower has always been about superlatives - tallest, largest, most iconic.

The Ledge is the world's most awesome view, the world's most precipitous view, the view with the most wow in the world. The balconies are 10ft high and 10ft wide, can hold five tons, and have glass which is 1.5 inch thick.

Inspiration came from the hundreds of forehead prints visitors left behind on The  Skydeck windows every week. Now, staff have a new glass surface to clean: floors! 

Architect Ross Wimer said: 'We did studies that showed a 4' X 4' deep enclosure makes you feel like you're detached from the building particularly since there's only room for one row of people.'

The Ledge is accessible from The Skydeck which attracts 25,000 visitors on clear days. They each pay $15 to take an elevator ride up to the 103rd floor of the 110-story office building that opened in 1973.


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