Monday, June 28, 2010

DI LARANG MASUK!!!!!!


Tuesday, June 22, 2010

BENCI EMAK? HATE MOTHER??

Sebenar aku terbaca kat blog X-tin tentang perkara ni.. apa2 pun korang cuba baca tulisan kat gambar di bawah tu.. kalau tak jelas sila klik gambar utk lebih besar...

Sempena Hari Bapa ni aku nak ckp pasal emak plak... kekekekeke bukan apa tak kira la hari bapa ker hari emak ker hari raya ker... pokoknya hari - hari kita kena sayangkan kepada keluarga kita. Hormatilah kedua ibu bapa kita supaya mendapat berkat di dunia dan akhirat.. errr tapi ada ibu - bapa yang buang/dera anak tu apa citer yer??? isk macam - macam ragam la kat dunia ni... mungkin pasal dah dekat nak kiamat kot...

p/s: photo tu aku cilok dari blog x-tin

Monday, June 21, 2010

IBARAT MELEPASKAN BABI TERSEPIT

Kekekekek hairan jugak napa plak tajuk entri aku macam kata pepatah..... isk korang pasti biasa dgr pasal cerita menlepaskan anjing tersepit... kekekekekek tapi ni citer aku plak ada extreme sikit iaitu pasal melepaskan babi yang tersepit...

Ini sebenarnya tiada kaitan dengan yang hidup ataupun yang mati... cuma kekadang aku terpikir dgn perihal orang2 yang tak tau bersyukur ni. Nak di jadikan cerita, ada sorang si polan tu .. dia ni kena timpa masalah .... masalahnya serius la jugak.. tapi kesian tiada siapa yang peduli. semakin hari semakin terhimpit. Maka adalah seorang hamba ni rasa kesian dan dengan ikhlas menghulurkan simpati dengan niat membantu setakat mana yang mampu. Maka si kawan ni cuba la adjust timing2 nya utk menolong si polan yang senang kesusahan ni. Si polan yang tersepit ngan masalah ni dah semakin buntu... bantuan yang di harap belum kunjung tiba. hati mula berasap kepada si member yang kononnya sudi menolong dengan tanpa apa2 harapan utk di balas balik.

Si polan ni plak tak tau si member ni ada keja lain yang mmg perlu dia selesaikan.... tanpa kawalan si member ni terus di sembur di polan kerana lambat dtg untuk membantu kekekeke tak cukup dgn tu... kena lontarkan dgn kejian yang emo kekekekekekekekek.. ni la yang di namakan melepaskan babi yang tersepit kekekekekeke nasibla aku ndak pernah kena benda2 camni.... kalau korang terkena situasi macam ni apa korang rasa? apakah reaksi anda pada masa tu?????

MUSIC IDOL: INDONESIA vs BULGARIA

Korang rasa kalau dua orang ni yang bertanding... sapa yang korang rasa akan jadi juara???
 kat bawah ni wakil dari Indonesia....

kat bawah ni plak dari Bulgaria...
LULZ

p/s: ingat plak aku mata merah di tumbuk timur (search) & So Sally Can Wet (Oasis)

Saturday, June 19, 2010

OUT OF THE TIME - RAMONES (ROLLING STONE COVER)

ENJOY UR WEEKEND GUYS!!!!!!

Friday, June 18, 2010

NEW MOON SAGA: EDWARD CULLEN NGAN BELLA SWAN GADUH BESAR??

Thursday, June 10, 2010

WORLD CUP 2010 : SOUTH AFRIKA

Aku bukan kaki boleh.. tapi sempena world cup 2010 aku nak jadi poser kejap kekekekekek oleh kerana semua member ada team pilihan masing - masing aku pun ada juga.. team ni aku sokong dari world yang lalu (tak ingat bila kakakakaka) tapi malang tak menang.... team tersebut ialah team Germany... kenapa aku aku minat team Germany pasal aku minat sangat kat band Kreator & Sodom.. kekekekekeke udah jgn byk tanya .. suka ati aku nak minat mana satu....  kekekekek Hail !!! Germany!!!!! ((teringat plak aku pasal nazi dalam citer inglourios basterd...)

Germany ni dalam kumpulan D bersama Australia, Serbia & Ghana... aku rasa takder masalah drg nak tapau 3 team ni kekekekekeke line upnya plak....
 gambar cilok kat goggle

Goalkeepers: Joerg Butt (Bayern Munich), Manuel Neuer (Schalke), Tim Wiese (Werder Bremen)
Defenders: Dennis Aogo (Hamburger SV), Holger Badstuber (Bayern Munich), Arne Friedrich (Hertha Berlin), Jerome Boateng (Hamburger SV), Marcell Jansen (Hamburger SV), Philipp Lahm (Bayern Munich), Per Mertesacker (Werder Bremen), Serdar Tasci (Stuttgart)
Midfielders: Sami Khedira (Stuttgart), Toni Kroos (Bayer Leverkusen), Marko Marin (Werder Bremen), Mesut Oezil (Werder Bremen), Bastian Schweinsteiger (Bayern Munich), Piotr Trochowski (Hamburger SV)
Strikers: Cacau (Stuttgart), Mario Gomez (Bayern Munich), Stefan Kiessling (Bayer Leverkusen), Miroslav Klose (Bayern Munich), Thomas Mueller (Bayern Munich), Lukas Podolski (Cologne)
 JADUAL MATCH:
Date Venue
Fixture
13 June Johannesburg Germany - Australia
18 June Port Elizabeth Germany - Serbia
23 June Johannesburg Ghana - Germany
p/s: aku minat ngan Bayern Munich.. tapi sumpah sorang pun aku tak kenal player dia... yuang aku tau Mille Petrozza & Tom Angelripper jer kekekekekeke
Untuk team asia plak aku sokong team Japan pasal aku minat giler Balzac (napa tak sokong Amerika pasal minat Misfits~ ntah.... kekekeke)
Japan ni plak masuk dalam kumpulan E sama - sama ngan Denmark (fuhh kuat jugak ni), Cameroon (pun boleh tahan) , Netherlands (perrgghh lagi la...) mungkin agak sukar utk Japan.. tapi aku tetap sokong dorang yeargghhh.... banzai!!! Hail Japan!!!!
photo cilok dariskysport.com
Goalkeepers: Seigo Narazaki (Nagoya Grampus), Eiji Kawashima (Kawasaki Frontale), Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi (Jubilo Iwata)
Defenders: Yuji Nakazawa (Yokohama Marinos), Marcus Tulio Tanaka (Nagoya Grampus), Yuichi Komano (Jubilo Iwata), Daiki Iwamasa (Kashima Antlers), Yasuyuki Konno (FC Tokyo), Yuto Nagatomo (FC Tokyo), Atsuto Uchida (Kashima Antlers)
Midfielders: Shunsuke Nakamura (Yokohama Marinos), Yasuhito Endo (Gamba Osaka), Kengo Nakamura (Kawasaki Frontale), Junichi Inamoto (Kawasaki Frontale), Yuki Abe (Urawa Red Diamonds), Makoto Hasebe (Wolfsburg/Germany), Keisuke Honda (CSKA Moscow/Russia), Daisuke Matsui (Grenoble/France)
Strikers: Shinji Okazaki (Shimizu S-Pulse), Keiji Tamada (Nagoya Grampus), Yasuhito Okubo (Vissel Kobe), Kisho Yano (Albirex Niigata), Takayuki Morimoto (Catania/Italy)

JADUAL MATCH:

Date Venue
Fixture
14 June Bloemfontein Japan - Cameroon
19 June Durban Netherlands - Japan
24 June Rustenburg Denmark - Japan

     
p/s: utk para pembaca harap layan jer karenah aku... kekeke aku tak tau apa2 pun pasal boleh saja jer nak ikut trend kekekekekekekekekek go Germany... Go Japan... !!!!!

PENGAKUAN IKHLAS...

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

NOTA BIOLOGI: ANATOMY OF LITTLE MERMAID

KAT BAWAH NI MERMAID YANG DI MAKSUDKAN KEKEKEKEKEKE

SORRY SEPARUH BADAN JER.... 
KAT BAWAH KENA CENSORED HEHEHEHEHE

BELATED 1ST ANIVERSERY (29/05/2009 - 29/05/2010)

Pergghh sedar tak sedar dah setahun dah aku jadi laki orang kekekekekekekekekeke ... rasa nak jual cendera kenangan plak sempena ulang tahun ni kekekekekekek


ni video time aku akad nikah kekekek 1 kick wooo tapi nervous tuhan saja yang tau...
 
time nak nikah time tu jugak tetiba ada budak nangis la ... hampirtak dgr suara aku sahut akad imam tu kekekek dugaan... nasib la syukur kepada ilahi kerana semuanya berjalan lancar... utk en. IJAU selamat kahwin ntah bila harap2 jgn kasi lama hehehehehe

Monday, June 7, 2010

FREEDOM OF SPEECH!!?

SPREAD THE WORD
PHOTO TAKEN FROM: BROTHERHOOD ARTS

POLICE & YOUR BASIC RIGHT

given by my friend... wanna share with u....

1. POLICE STOPS YOU
    1.1 Not in uniform, ask for identification
    Say: "Please, show me your Police authority card".

   1.2 Police authority card
   Red : Suspended Police Officer. He has no authority to do
   anything to you. Walk away.
   Other colours:
   • Blue : Rank of Inspector and above
   • Yellow : Below the rank of Inspector
   • White : Reserve police
   Note his name and ID number

   1.3 In uniform
   Note his name and ID number on his uniform.

   1.4 Police vehicle
   Note the number plate of the patrol car or motorcycle.

2. POLICE QUESTION YOU WHEN STOPPED
    2.1 Your identification
    Only give your name, ID card number and address.

    2.2 The police ask other questions
    Politely ask "Am I under arrest?"

     2.3 When you are under arrest
    You are arrested if the police:
     • tells you "yes";
     • does not allow you to leave/want to take you to the Police
     Station; or
     • handcuffs you
     if you are not under arrest, you may walk away/refuse to follow
     him back to the Police station or anywhere else, if asked.

   2.4 When you cannot be arrested
    The police cannot arrest you just because you are a potential
    witness and want to take a statement from you (112 / Witness
    Statement).

3. QUESTIONING BY POLICE WITHOUT ARREST
    3.1 112 Statement
    When the police are investigating a case and think you have
    information / knowledge about the case, the police may examine
    you and take down your answers (112 Statement).
 
    3.2 Informal/Formal Request
    Most times, the police make an informal request that you give a 112
    Statement. If the place and time is convenient to you, cooperate.
    If not, tell the police you will do so at a convenient place.
    If you refuse to cooperate, the police may issue a formal order in
    writing, signed by an investigating officer (Police Officer) to ask
   you to cooperate.
   If you disobey a Police Order, you cannot be arrested. However, it is
   an offence and the police may request the Magistrate to issue a
  warrant against you to compel you to cooperate.

  3.3 Giving a 112 Statement
  You have the right to ask a lawyer to accompany you.
  This is advisable.
  In giving a 112 Statement, you may refuse to answer any question /
  remain silent if the answer is likely to expose you to a criminal
  offence.
 • Bring along a notebook or writing paper with you (Personal Notes).
 • Write down every question asked in your Personal Notes.
 • Make sure you understand every question asked.
 • Take your time and think carefully before writing your answers in
   your Personal Notes.
 • Read your answers to the Police Officer questioning you.
 • Keep your Personal Notes for future reference.

  3.4 Signing your 112 Statement
   Before signing your Statement, read the questions and your answers
   written by the Police Officer carefully.
   • Compare the Statement you are asked to sign with your Personal
   Notes.
  • You have the right to make any corrections/changes to the
  Statement before signing.
 • Sign your signature immediately below the last sentence of your
  Statement.

4. POLICE ARREST YOU
   4.1 Ask: "Why am I under arrest?"
   An arrest is unlawful if you are not informed of the reason.

   4.2 Do not resist an arrest
   The Police have the right to use reasonable force to arrest you if you
    resist.

    4.3 Ask: "Which Police station are you taking me to?"
    The arresting Police Officer must immediately take you to the
    nearest Police station and no other place.

    4.4 What to do when arrested
    You have the right to telephone call to:-
    1. Your relative or friend; and
    2. A lawyer.

   You may also call a nearby Legal Aid Centre (LAC). Inform them:
   • you have been arrested;
   • the time, place and reason of the arrest;
  • the Police station you will be taken to.

  4.5 What happens after arrest
  You may be detained up to 24 hours:
  • at the Police station, or
  • in a lock-up to "assist" police investigation.

5. YOUR RIGHTS AFTER ARREST & DURING DETENTION
    5.1 Right to consult a lawyer
   Once you request for the presence of a lawyer, you have a right to
   consult the lawyer at the Police Station. The Police must accord
   you reasonable facilities and a reasonable time for you to meet
   and consult the lawyer. The Police may, however, deny you this
   right, if the delay in questioning you may cause the occurrence of
   another crime or cause danger to others.

   5.2 Clothing
   You are allowed to have one set of clothing with you in the
   lock-up.

   5.3 Personal belongings
   The Police must record and put all your personal belongings in
   safe custody. Your personal belongings must be returned to you
   upon your release.

   5.4 Welfare
   You are allowed to take a bath two times a day. If you are sick,
   you have the right to receive immediate medical attention.
   You are to be given proper and adequate food and water during
   detention.

   5.5 How long may the Police detain you
   The Police may only detain you up to 24 hours for investigation.
   The duty of the Police is to complete investigations within 24 hours
   and to release you as soon as possible. If the Police cannot complete
   investigations within 24 hours, the Police must bring you before a
  Magistrate for a remand order to extend your detention beyond
  24 hours (Remand Order).

6. REMAND ORDER BY MAGISTRATE AFTER 24 HOURS

    6.1 Who is a Magistrate
    A Magistrate is a judicial officer. He/She has the power to make a
    Remand Order to detain you for more than 24 hours.

   6.2 Purpose of a Remand Order
    It is to give more time to the Police to complete their investigations
    and decide whether there is evidence to charge you for an offence.
    The Police cannot ask for a Remand Order only for the purpose of
    taking a Statement from you.

6.3 How long is a Remand Order
When the Police bring you before a Magistrate for a Remand Order,
the Police must give reasons to the Magistrate why it is necessary to
detain you for more than 24 hours. The Magistrate's duty is to
consider carefully the reasons given by the Police.
The Magistrate has the discretion:
• not to make a Remand Order and release you; or
• make a Remand Order for a period shorter than that asked for by
the Police.
In any event, the Magistrate has the power to make a Remand Order
of not more than 4 days or 7 days depending on the offence being
investigated. The Police may return at the expiration of this time
period and apply for a 2nd Remand Order. The Magistrate may make
a 2nd Remand Order of not more than 3 days or 7 days depending
on the offence being investigated.
6.4 What to say when you are brought before a Magistrate for
remand
Tell the Magistrate:
• you want legal representation and you want to contact your lawyer,
the LAC and your family;
• you want medical treatment because you are sick or have been
beaten;
• if the Police had threatened or beaten you during detention;
• if you had been denied proper and adequate food/water/clothing,
the toilet or necessary medical attention during your detention;
• whether you have been detained previously immediately before
your current detention;
• whether the Police had carried out any investigations during your
detention.
6.5 Ask for a shorter Remand Order from the Magistrate
Before the Magistrate makes the Remand Order, ask for a shorter
remand period asked by the Police. Give reasons (Example: "I will
co¬operate with the Police in their investigation", "I will be available
and will not run away" etc).

7. BODY SEARCH WITHOUT ARREST
7.1 When can this be done
If you are at a place (example: disco/karaoke/entertainment outlet)
where the Police are conducting a raid to look for something there
(example: drugs), the Police may detain and search you if they think
you have or are hiding the thing being searched for.
This may only be done in the presence of a Police Officer ranked
Inspector and above.
7.2 What to do
• Do not allow the Police officer to put his hands into your clothes
or pockets.
• If you are asked to take out your belongings one by one, each time,
say "Purse", "keys", "ID card" etc.
• When your pockets/bags are empty, turn your pockets / bags
inside out
7.3 Your rights
• All body searches must be carried out in a professional manner and
with decency.
• A female can only be body searched by a female Police Officer.
• If you are forced/threatened to strip naked:
1. Protest
2. Remember the Police Officer's name.
3. Lodge a Police report after the incident.

8. BODY SEARCH UPON ARREST
8.1 When Police can do so
• The Police reasonably suspect that you have evidence relating to a
suspected offence.
• You are arrested.
• The body search must be conducted in a confined place. It is your
right to be bodily searched in private.
8.2 Types of Body search
The law allows the Police to conduct 4 types of body search:-
1. Pat down search - act of searching outer clothing.
2. Strip search - to search for concealed evidence, object,
contraband or weapon. May only be conducted with the
authorisation of an officer ranked Inspector and above.
3. Intimate search - to search beyond the mouth, nose and ears.
May only be conducted with the authorisation of an officer
ranked Assistant Superintendent (ASP) and above.
4. Intrusive search - to determine the existence of objects etc in
the body. May only be conducted with the authorisation of the
Officer in charge of the Police District (OCPD). Must be
conducted by a Government Medical Officer or Medical
Officer.
8.3 Your rights
• All body searches must be carried out in a professional manner and
with decency.
• It is advisable to request that you be accompanied by your lawyer for
the search.
• A female can only be body searched by a female Police Officer.

9. QUESTIONING BY POLICE AFTER ARREST
9.1 Identity of the Police Officer questioning you
Note the name /rank of the Police Officer questioning you.
9.2 Right to remain silent
The Police Officer will first make friendly conversation/talk (example:
ask you about your family and friends etc). You are only obliged to give
your full name, age, address and occupation (Personal Particulars).
Other than giving your Personal Particulars, you have the right to
remain silent. Be polite. Do not be afraid to remain silent. This is your
right. If you choose the right to remain silent, say: "I would like to
exercise my right to silence".
9.3 112 Statement by you during investigation
The Police Officer will ask you questions and then write down your
answers. The Police cannot threaten or force you into making a
Statement. If you have been threatened, beaten or forced, lodge a
police report against the Police Officer at first opportunity. This is
your right.
9.4 112 Statement is not to be used as evidence
Generally, any Statement you make to the Police during investigations
cannot be used as evidence except if you being charged for offences
under, for example, the Dangerous Drugs Act, the Kidnapping Act and
the Internal Security Act. But you may use the Statement to support
your defence during your trial.


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• Kuala Lumpur : 03-2691 3005 / 03-2693 2072
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