Thursday, February 26, 2009

what a great way to start a great day!

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Peugeot 206+

check out the new face lifted model of the current 206
the engine still remains the same

but they've upgraded the exterior to look more like the 407 and 308
with the significant huge gaping mouth grill
i am not really sure whether is Naza gonna bring in this model to replace the current 206

which they are selling it with a 12 years interest free plan
maybe they are trying to clear up all the old 206, so that they can bring in this baby

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

we don't rock anymore
or to be more precise
THEY don't rock anymore
or to be even more precise
they never ever did rock

so...this is how they value someone's worth
this is what we get in the end
by going through all those sleepless nights & stressful days
to fight for something that means nothing to them

tsk tsk tsk
i can see clearly now
that there's a huge L on someone's forehead

Saturday, February 07, 2009

please stop bodeking
amat meloyakan ok!

Friday, February 06, 2009

i am always replaceable

Sunday, February 01, 2009

gmail's trash

i love the fact that every time when you're in gmail's trash folder, every refresh button clicked will show you random facts of recycling, these are some that i manage to get hold of

- Plastic bags can be reused as bin liners or package stuffing.
- Recycled plastic bottles can be made into rugs, jackets, fences and more.
- Rubber shoe soles can be recycled to make basketball courts and soccer fields.
- Recycled paper takes about 60% less energy and water to make than new paper.
- Empty tissue boxes can provide easy and handy storage for plastic grocery bags.
- Recycled glass bottles can be made into roads, tiles, even surfboards.
- Newspapers can be reused as wrapping paper for gifts.
- Film canisters can be reused to store nails, screws, buttons and pins.
- Unneeded printouts can be cut and stapled to make notepads.
- Recycled cans can be made into airplanes, appliances, furniture and more.
- Recycling a 3-foot-high stack of newspapers can save one whole tree.
- There is no limit to the number of times an aluminum can can be recycled.
- Recycled paper takes about 60% less energy and water to make than new paper.
- You can make a lovely hat out of previously-used aluminum foil.
- Junk mail and newspaper can be reused as package stuffing.

everyone should really start recycling, and stop using polystyrene, use lesser plastic bags and turn to eco friendly products