Monday, March 19, 2007

Evil Tarot

You are The Sun

Happiness, Content, Joy.

The meanings for the Sun are fairly simple and consistent.

Young, healthy, new, fresh. The brain is working, things that were muddled come clear, everything falls into place, and everything seems to go your way.

The Sun is ruled by the Sun, of course. This is the light that comes after the long dark night, Apollo to the Moon's Diana. A positive card, it promises you your day in the sun. Glory, gain, triumph, pleasure, truth, success. As the moon symbolized inspiration from the unconscious, from dreams, this card symbolizes discoveries made fully consciousness and wide awake. You have an understanding and enjoyment of science and math, beautifully constructed music, carefully reasoned philosophy. It is a card of intellect, clarity of mind, and feelings of youthful energy.

What Tarot Card are You?
Take the Test to Find Out.

Pretty amazed that i had got myself a quite positive tarot. Anyway, nothing is certain and sure for this kind of test. Not really believe on this type of personal and characteristic analysis as it is too wide and general in descriptions. But somehow it does motivate me. Have to strive harder to make myself what had been "predicted" by the tarot card. Hence, not a mystic play; instead a psychological games. Try it if u want to! No harm.

Sunday, January 28, 2007

Devil's Mouth II

20 & 21st January 2007, I had my last two days at my KL house. I still clearly remember 2 of all the meals I had in KL during that 2 days. The first meal was the lunch on 20th. My brother brought me to a housing area at Serdang Old Town. The stall which sells this famous Tomyam mee is situated at one of the corner lot in the housing area. The house which had been used to become the selling stall does not looked outstanding among the ordinary house if you are just passing by. In order to know the location of the stall, you must be the “old rat” of that area. Since my brother had been living in serdang area for almost 5 years, he knew every corner of that area. LOL. So, I’m lucky to have such an experienced food tour guide. We sat down and straight away ordered the one that my brother recommended to me. Hmm…… and I did the right choice by following his advice. LOL. I managed to take some photos as proves~!

The last day in KL, I still have the “fook hei” to enjoy delicious and satisfying meal with my brother. We headed to a Chicken Rice shop by the road side also in the Serdang Old Town. We chose the shop because we had decided to eat “white chicken” (steamed). So, my brother suggested this because it is special with its sauce. I agreed, and the half chicken we ordered was really juicy and tasty. Hmm.. Luckily we both were fulled with appetite and managed to finish it.

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

HELL Training II

The Hell Training continued…

At the middle of the first day night, we were aware of somebody intruding our male barracks. Then, we remembered that we were supposed to take care of our teams’ flags from being stolen. Then it must be them to steal our flags by that time. Some other people were sleeping like a pig that time. But luckily my team leader was awaked and takes good care of the flag. Till the end, only our team’s flag was not stolen. Another team was lucky because their flag was being hid at the back of the door. We were so proud and relieved when we knew we were the only team which managed to protect the flag well. Bravo to our team leader! Horrey! We actually cheered for our team leader to show our joy. Flags which had been stolen were burnt in front of us. Sick. Felt sympathy to other groups. One of my friends almost quarreled and fought with the army. That is what we called the true “amygdale hijack” I guess.

The second day is the toughest training we had and the real team building took place. We had our first jungle tracking at the morning 0200 something. I still remembered that we were darn blur that time until when we really walked into the jungle then only I realized that we were doing a jungle tracking training. It was so dark that time and none of us were allowed to bring a torch light. Hence, we tried to grab anything we can. Some of the girls even grabbed thorn in the jungle. Ouch! That hurts. There was mud everywhere. Yucks! It was that time that my shoes tore off and broke. Oh my god, bloody mud sucked my shoes off. Shit man.

After the tracking, we went back to sleep. The second jungle tracking happened to be at 0700 if I’m not mistaken. It was a bit brighter this time. Then we were told to accomplish one task given. We had to bring along fishes with us in a pail containing water. The level of the water was measured and we were not supposed to spill it. At first, we were shocked because it was going to be tough since we had gone through it last night and we knew it. And now they wanted us to carry a pail with fishes?! OH man, kill me. Anyway, our team was foxy; we carried it our own way. We put all the fished in a bottle and covered the pails with a plastic beg so that other teams won’t know that our fishes were not there. Pretty smart huh. Most important of all, we were not breaking the rules because they did not state that we can not do this. LOL

We managed to gone through the jungle tracking in 4-5 hours time. It’s really a memorable experience. During the rest, I realized that why they wanted to put us 2 times jungle tracking. My interpretation is that because the first time, it was dark and we just managed to help the person next to us. However, at the day time, we managed to rotate our position and help each others. The strong will hold the weak and the well-fitness will lead the team. We were actually gone through an evolution of team spirit all this time. Indirectly, we learned it from what we did. Really was a priceless experience.

"we are jungle trackers!" (there are a waterfall behind, but can not see clearly)
The prize as the best team in the camp! Horrey!
Take a pic with our tutor, miss lee. (nice posing)

we were given a certificate on "team building" by the University of Defense! COOL

I will always keep this in mind until the rest of my life.

Life is either a daring adventure or nothing. Security does not exist in nature, nor do the children of men as a whole experience it. Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than exposure. ~Helen Keller~

Monday, January 22, 2007

Devil's Mouth

19 January 2006, i just arrived at KL Central waiting for my big brother to fetch me. Actually i had came to KL for 2 days, staying with my friend at Wangsa Maju before i headed back to my house at Seri Kembangan. This time, the mission is to get myself some CNY shirts and pants. Anyway, i manage to EAT EAT and eat too during my time at KL. This began when my brother fetched me from KL Central. We decided to have our dinner at Bangsar before we head back. This is because my stomach already drumming aloud. Second reason would be to avoid traffic jam. So, my brother said why don't we have our dinner and chill out first.

Alright, so we finally reach the "Night Life Town" according to my brother. Well, we decided to have our dinner at the "OUTBACK Steackhouse" at one of the corner of "Bangsar Village I". Seems like a aesthetic place to dine. however, we were abit curious on the title of the shop. "Why it is called outback?". The manager replied, "Because when it get started, the restaurant entrance was at the back of the shop. And it had franchised all over the world and as popular as McD in US". Hm, sounded neat. I guess we were in the right steak house.

satisfying meal....we headed back after the dinner. But the journey of EAT EAT and eat did not end here. To be continued.....