Wednesday, June 24, 2009
Monday, June 22, 2009
The rules: Nyatakan 5 fakta menarik tentang pemberi award ini :
1. Schoolmate saya
2. Kami satu pasukan debat BM dulu. Sama-sama wakil untuk PPM di Shah Pekan. (yulie sangat glamour time PPM ni tau..hehe..)
3. Yulie ni manis n cantik orangnya
4. Pada saya dia seorang yg sangat positif
5. Sangat baik hati
Setiap blogger mestilah menyatakan 10 fakta atau hobi diri sendiri sebelum memilih penerima award yg seterusnya :
1. Saya seorang yg cepat marah..tapi cepat juga sejuk
2. Dulu ada orang panggil saya garang..haha..nasiblah..kalau tak kenal saya mmg kata saya garang
3. Saya ada kembar. Kembar saya namanya aftra..hehe..org selalu tanya best tak jadi kembar?? heh..saya tak reti nak jwb la, sbb saya rasa saya bukan mcm kembar2 yg lain..kami kurang rapat n tak berkongsi semua rahsia :-p tapi kami ttp baik
4. Waktu sekolah dulu, time prep, selalu terpakai baju yg sama dengan kembar saya. Haha..tak sengaja.. n bila dh besar ni, pernah terbeli baju yg sama, nasib baik tak pakai waktu yg sama..
5. Dulu saya kagum bila tengok org perempuan bwk keta..rasa mcm teror sgt..haha..sekarang ni, bila saya sendri bawak keta, saya rasa biasa2 jer..
6. Saya tak reti bwk motor. Bagi gadis kampung mcm saya ni, tak reti bwk motor adalah sesuatu yg pelik..ahaks..tak berani sebenarnya..sbb kembar saya pernah langgar tiang rumah smpai patah.
7. Saya cepat bosan dengan sesuatu benda/perkara..dengan kerja pun mcm tu jugak..aiiyakk
8. Saya sangat suka dengan kucing. Masa kecik2 dulu, kucing saya suka menyelusup masuk bilik n tdo dengan saya. Sekarang pun suka jugak. Dekat rumah MIL pun banyak kucing ! rindu pulak dekat kucing2 tuh. eh..rinduuuuu jugak dekat si Tazo..
9. Saya suka baca novel2 melayu. Lebih2 lagi novel2 aisya sofea. Dulu2 bila saya bli novel, saya suka baca terus sampai habis..sampai ke subuhlah selalu nya berjaga habiskan baca novel
10. 4 tahun yg lalu, saya telah mendapat sesuatu yg sgt berharga dlm hidup saya.. dan selagi hayat di kandung badan..saya takkan pernah akan sia2kan apa yg saya dapat tu..
Anda perlu memilih 10 penerima award seterusnye & describe tentang mereka :
Thursday, June 18, 2009
Tuesday, June 16, 2009
Hai cinta… dengarkanlah..aku ingin bicara.
Tentang aku dan kamu..tentang cintaku padamu
KUMERASA RINDU..U..BERSAMAMU..KU BISA
JATUH HATI..BERSAMAMU..KURASAKAN SESUATU
YANG TAK PERNAH KURASAKAN ...SEBELUMNYA...
Ini hanya teriakan perasaanku..tentang Perasaan ku
Kepada dirimu yang semakin hari semakin menjadi jadi
Hatiku sudah memilih kamu menjadi separuh nafasku
Separuh jiwaku..kamu menjadi bagian hidupku..
Aku memang laki laki..yang pernah mencintai seribu wanita
Dan misterinya..tapi sekarang begitu berbeda
Bersamamu aku merasakan cinta yang lain
Monday, June 15, 2009
Pokok durian belakang rumah pun berbuah banyak tahun ni. Hari ini dalam sejarah betul...biasanya hanya 2-3 biji jer yang ada. Alhamdulilah, tahun ni banyak pulak. Merasalah makan durian fresh n mengutip buah durian pagi2..Pokok manggis n rambutan pulak, berbuah.. tapi belum masak lagi. Jadi melepaslah nak merasa. Kena balik kampung lagi lah macam ni :-)
Nilah buah hati baru kami..hehe.. Cutekan dia? Tapi kesian si Tazo ni, dia keseorangan. Mak tazo dah mati, 2 ekor adik-beradik dia pun dah mati. Mak kata adik beradik tazo mati kena makan ngan anjing..hishh..tak guna betul anjing2 tu tau. Kat kampung saya mmg banyak anjing2 tak bertuan. Tazo ni kecik lagi, kesian kt dia, kecik2 dah takde mak. Mula2 dia takut gak dengan mak n adik saya, lama2 dia dah tak takut n berani nak makan. So now nih, tazo dah gemuk skit. Selain friskies, tazo suka sangat dengan durian. Haha..ralit sangat tengok dia makan durian sampai lupa nak amik gambar dia. Mengalahkan kami makan durian dia ni tau. Tapi tak boleh bagi banyak2, takut demam pulak.huhu..
Baru sehari tinggalkan tazo, saya sudah mula rindu kt dia..lamanya lagi baru boleh jumpa..haiishhh..
Anak buah saya yang sibuk menyambut gula-gula dari pengantin
Thursday, June 11, 2009
Monday, June 8, 2009
Friday, June 5, 2009
Just as the character, Kwai Chang Caine, roamed the 19th Century American West, Carradine spent his latter years searching for the path to Hollywood stardom, accepting low-budget roles while pursuing interests in Asian herbs, exercise and philosophy, and making instructional videos on tai chi and other martial arts.
Carradine was found dead Thursday in Thailand. The 72-year-old actor appeared to have hanged himself in a suite at the luxury Swissotel Nai Lert Park Hotel, said Lt. Teerapop Luanseng, the officer responsible for investigating the death.
"I can confirm that we found his body, naked, hanging in the closet," Teerapop said. He said police were investigating and suspected suicide, though one of his managers questioned that theory.
"All we can say is, we know David would never have committed suicide," said Tiffany Smith, of Binder & Associates, his management company. "We're just waiting for them to finish the investigation and find out what really happened. He really appreciated everything life has to give ... and that's not something David would ever do to himself."
Carradine had flown to Thailand last week and began work on "Stretch" two days before his death, Smith said. He had several other projects lined up after the action film, which was being directed by Charles De Meaux with Carradine in the lead.
A spokesman for the U.S. Embassy, Michael Turner, said the embassy was informed by Thai authorities that Carradine died either late Wednesday or early Thursday.
"I was deeply saddened by the news of David Carradine's passing," said director Martin Scorcese. "We met when we made 'Boxcar Bertha' together, almost 40 years ago. I have very fond memories of our time together on that picture and on 'Mean Streets,' where he agreed to do a brief cameo."
Carradine came from an acting family. His father, John, made a career playing creepy, eccentric characters in film and on stage. Half-brothers Keith, Robert and Bruce also became actors, and actress Martha Plimpton is Keith Carradine's daughter.
"My Uncle David was a brilliantly talented, fiercely intelligent and generous man. He was the nexus of our family in so many ways, and drew us together over the years and kept us connected," Plimpton said Thursday.
Carradine was "in good spirits" when he left the U.S. for Thailand on May 29 to work on "Stretch," Smith said.
"David was excited to do it and excited to be a part of it," she said by phone from Beverly Hills.
Filming began Tuesday, she said, adding that the crew was devastated by Carradine's death and did not wish to speak publicly about it for the time being.
The Web site of the Thai newspaper The Nation said Carradine could not be contacted after he failed to appear for a meal with the rest of the film crew on Wednesday, and that his body was found by a hotel maid Thursday morning. It said a preliminary police investigation found that he had hanged himself with a curtain cord and there was no sign that he had been assaulted.
Police said Carradine's body was taken to a hospital for an autopsy that would be done Friday.
Carradine appeared in more than 100 feature films with such directors as Scorsese, Ingmar Bergman and Hal Ashby. One of his early film roles was as folk singer Woody Guthrie in Ashby's 1976 biopic, "Bound for Glory."
But he was best known for "Kung Fu," which aired from 1972-75.
Carradine, a martial arts practitioner himself, played Caine, an orphan who was raised by Shaolin monks and fled China after killing the emperor's nephew in retaliation for the murder of his kung fu master.
Pursued by revenge assassins from China, Caine wanders the American West in search of his half-brother Danny. His conscience forces him to fight injustice wherever he encounters it, fueled by flashbacks to his training in which his master famously refers to him as "Grasshopper."
Carradine left after three seasons, saying the show had started to repeat itself.
"I wasn't like a TV star in those days. I was like a rock 'n' roll star," Carradine said in an interview with Associated Press Radio in 1996. "It was a phenomenon kind of thing. ... It was very special."
Actor Rainn Wilson, star of TV's "The Office," said on Twitter: "R.I.P. David Carradine. You were a true hero to so many of us children of the 70s. We'll miss you, Kwai Chang Caine."
Carradine reprised the role in a mid-1980s TV movie and played Caine's grandson in the 1990s syndicated series "Kung Fu: The Legend Continues."
He returned to the top in recent years as the title character in Quentin Tarantino's two-part saga "Kill Bill." Bill, the worldly father figure of a pack of crack assassins, was a shadowy presence in 2003's "Kill Bill — Vol. 1." In that film, one of Bill's former assassins (Uma Thurman) begins a vengeful rampage against her old associates, including Bill.
In "Kill Bill — Vol. 2," released in 2004, Thurman's character catches up to Bill. The role brought Carradine a Golden Globe nomination as best supporting actor.
Bill was a complete contrast to Caine, the soft-spoken refugee serenely spreading wisdom and battling bad guys in the Old West.
"David's always been kind of a seeker of knowledge and of wisdom in his own inimitable way," Keith Carradine, said in a 1995 interview.
After "Kung Fu," Carradine starred in the 1975 cult flick "Death Race 2000." He starred with Liv Ullmann in Bergman's "The Serpent's Egg" in 1977 and with his brothers in the 1980 Western "The Long Riders." But after the early 1980s, he spent two decades doing mostly low-budget films.
Tarantino's films changed that.
"All I've ever needed since I more or less retired from studio films a couple of decades ago ... is just to be in one," Carradine told The Associated Press in 2004.
"There isn't anything that Anthony Hopkins or Clint Eastwood or Sean Connery or any of those old guys are doing that I couldn't do," he said. "All that was ever required was somebody with Quentin's courage to take and put me in the spotlight."
In the 2004 interview, Carradine talked candidly about his past boozing and narcotics use, but said he had put all that behind him and stuck to coffee and cigarettes.
"You're probably witnessing the last time I will ever answer those questions," Carradine said. "Because this is a regeneration. It is a renaissance. It is the start of a new career for me.
"It's time to do nothing but look forward."
Wednesday, June 3, 2009
Tuesday, June 2, 2009
Kisah ini terasa berat dipundakmu
Kerna juga begitu berat di bahuku
Di bahuku.. dibahuku oohh
berhentilah meratapi keadaanku
Menyerah pada keadaan busuk ini
Apapun yang akan terjadi
Takkan pernah aku sesali
Bila menjalani semua denganmu
Bila memahami semua denganmu
Takkan pernah menyesal
by Sheila On 7