Hirameki No Herwan

I write what I like and I like what I wrote.

I'm leaving my hometown in next few hours, so it's a goodbye. No more sanggar peppek for my breakfast, no more Nasi Lalap for lunch/dinner, no more ABC for dessert. No more hanging out with my friends till late of the night to watch football. No more riding my motorcycle everyday, every time when I want to go somewhere, and no more Singgah Selalu. Any-hoo, thank you for everything, and sorry for anything. Sorry if any of you are not informed or late informed by me. Yeah, you know me, I'm not kind a guy who keep sharing everything. Hehe. So, pray for me, wish me luck, health, wealth and success. Thank you for everything. Ima made tanoshikatta wa. Sayonara! 

Kansas - Carry On My Wayward Son lyrics

Carry on my wayward son
There'll be peace when you are done
Lay your weary head to rest
Don't you cry no more

Once I rose above the noise and confusion
Just to get a glimpse beyond this illusion
I was soaring ever higher
But I flew too high

Though my eyes could see I still was a blind man
Though my mind could think I still was a mad man
I hear the voices when I'm dreaming
I can hear them say


Masquerading as a man with a reason
My charade is the event of the season
And if I claim to be a wise man, well
It surely means that I don't know

On a stormy sea of moving emotion
Tossed about I'm like a ship on the ocean
I set a course for winds of fortune
But I hear the voices say


Carry on, you will always remember
Carry on, nothing equals the splendor
The center lights around your vanity
But surely heaven waits for you

Carry on my wayward son
There'll be peace when you are done
Lay your weary head to rest
Don't you cry (don't you cry no more) 

Chinese farmer Wang Dalin will certainly 'bee' happy after winning this incredible competition.

The 42-year-old beekeeper was competing in a daring 'bee bearding' contest in Shaoyang,  Hunan Province of China, against 20-year-old farmer Lv Kongjiang.

Daredevil: Beekeeper Wang Dalin, 42, stands with bees covering his body on a weighing scale during a
Daredevil: Beekeeper Wang Dalin, 42, stands with bees covering his body on a weighing scale during a 'bee-bearding' competition. 
The pair competed by standing on a scale wearing only a pair of shorts. They then used queen bees to attract other bees onto their bodies.

Fearless: Wang Dalin shortly before the bees completely covered his body
Fearless: Wang Dalin shortly before the bees completely covered his body

Mr Dalin was crowned the winner after attracting 26.86kg of bees onto his body in 60 minutes, according to local newspaper reports. Mr Kongjiang managed to attract a slightly lower 22.9 kg.

Second place: Lv Kongjiang waves at onlookers watching the 'bee bearding' contest
Second place: Lv Kongjiang waves at onlookers watching the 'bee bearding' contest 
The event attracted a large crowd of fascinated onlookers. However, unlike the competitors, many of them took the more sensible option of wearing protective clothing.
Support: Crowds watch as bees cover Wang Dalin
Support: Crowds watch as bees cover Wang Dalin

Who is the bestest Dark Knight in the history of ever? The hero we need and deserve right now? Tell Alfred to cancel the pizzas, then go consult the Bat-profiles below and cast your vote in the poll!

Adam West

*Sighs* "It's called 'conditioning', Robin."

Mock him for the batusi, the tights and his complete and utter lack of fighting skills, but this is the guy who got to coexist with Julie Newmar, Batgirl and their tight leather.

It takes a lot of man to wear skin-tight 1960s spandex, alongside a Boy Wonder in similar community theatre attire. Adam West did it without blinking.

Michael Keaton

"Mention Jack Frost again. I dare you, I double-dare you mutherf!@#$%!"

The once and future Beetlejuice created two things that would be become signatures of Batman on the big screen: The gravel-in-your-guts voice and the rigid, "can't move your neck" posturing. (The latter of which would change in The Dark Knight, when Lucius Fox made Wayne a suit that allowed the hero greater ease of movement.)

For many of us, Keaton was our first Batman, held in the same regard people reserve for Connery, if he was their first Bond. Keaton's tenure in Gotham City was cut short when Warner Bros. thought nipples and neon were good ideas. But you may be hard-pressed to find a cooler way to say the famous "I'm Batman" line than the way Keaton did.

Val Kilmer

*shakes head*

Nevermind that Kilmer's Dark Knight forgot why he dressed up as a Bat and fought crime in Batman Forever, or that he hung up the cowl after one movie. There was something to his goofy smile and "Chicks dig the car" attitude that left a Schumacher-sized impression on you. So don't yell at us when your kids grow up wishing they were adopted.

Kevin Conroy

"I am vengeance. I am the night. I am... weather resistant!"

The classic 1990s Batman: The Animated Series, at the time, and in retrospect, told stronger Batman stories than the feature films. A major asset to the success of those stories was Kevin Conroy as Bruce Wayne/Batman. He sold us on the fact that Bruce and Bats are two different people, and delivered one hell of a Batman voice. When the story called for action, he delivered. When it called for pathos, he delivered even more.

Many actors, from William Baldwin to Bruce Greenwood, have voiced the character in animated form since. And whenever they do, there's that part of us that refuses to hear anyone but Conroy in the role.

Christian Bale

Bale's Batman moonlights as a 3rd-shift orderly at Arkham.

The best "Actor" to put on the cowl and yell "SWEAR TO ME!!!" to a guy suspended over an alley ever, Bale found that hard-to-reach acting place necessary to sell the world of Chris Nolan's Batman.

The star of Batman Begins and The Dark Knight, Bale found an "in" to a character that felt fresh, despite the stabs taken by three other actors prior. For the first time ever, live-action Batman was scary. A threat to any villain putting Gotham in their vice grip. A Batman we hope stays under the cowl long after Nolan leaves the franchise.

The 1st song is Pig On The Wing(part I).

If you didn't care what happened to me,
And I didn't care for you
We would zig zag our way through the boredom and pain
Occasionally glancing up through the rain
Wondering which of the buggers to blame
And watching for pigs on the wing.

Roger Waters asked us in this song, Wondering which of the buggers to blame,and watching pigs on the wing - Did we always blamming somebody for our mistakes while letting go the pigs with wings? 

The second song is Dog, about the party who are close with the Pigs on the wing. The will eat anything, and I mean anything. You gotta be able to pick out the easy meat with your eyes closed -this wrote by David Gilmour. So, what the deal with this dogs anyway?Well - they always barfing and bragging about moral, and punish the sheeps who not follows the rules and the lines. They using their powers to scared the sheeps.

The third song is Pig(once again - this time Three Different One). This song told us about the 'pig' as described as an 'elite' by Roger Waters. They just doing nothing for living but eat and sleep. This song also offended the conservative christian community in UK back in 70's - Mary Whitehouse.Whitehouse is the moral police  and the founder of "National Viewers and Listeners Association" - or known nowadays as Mediawatch-uk - the conservative community that keep it nose on everybody. 

The next song is "Sheep"is about a band of animal who live only to follow what have been lined. Eating the grass and then line up for slaughtering. If there's a bad sheep, the the dogs will bark on them. 

There's also a Bible line - Psalm 21 in this song says- God is the Shepherd to human. But - who's the dog? That's questioned by Roger Waters.

On part two Pig on the Wing is a cynical to the people, who being bullied by politician/government but still love the government. They afraid to change, they afraid changing and they really owe their life for the Pig On The Wing. 

 You know that I care what happens to you,
And I know that you care for me.
So I don't feel alone,
Or the weight of the stone,
Now that I've found somewhere safe
To bury my bone.
And any fool knows a dog needs a home,
A shelter from pigs on the wing.

So, which animal are we: Pigs, Dogs, or Sheep?

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Google introduced the new social networking feature, Google + which can currently be accessed via invite only. Within 24 hours of it’s launch, Google had to shut down the invite feature due to the insane demand of G+ invites.

As soon I discover this thing, i quickly sign up and wait for access and explored it for a while and all I can say is Google+ is really AWESOME (maybe because I like the clean and simple layout and easy drag drop group feature.... However, at this stage it’s very hard to guess if the Google plus vs Facebook competition will make sense. Because, social networking is a market that closely works on peoples’ psychology giving them a virtual world with an environment that they want.

Google + plus vs Facebook – The thoughts :

The pluses of Google+ over Facebook

The Good rclxms.gif
Google+ provides better privacy and well layered grouping – circles
Google+ does not have allot of crappy applications like facebook...
Google+ combines facebook and twitter together when the main features are WICKED
Google+ is simple, clean and sweet – May be it still new
Google+ uses the google chat for chatting. It is much better than facebook chat.. seriosly
Google+ has this nice album upload the way thumnail display is some how amaze me....emmm
Google+ the circil feature... to be honest it a good stuff, really safe me a lot of time grouping people...

The Bad
Google+ lacks some features that facebook has (Since it’s new and beta)
Google+ does not have anything special for a typical facebook freak who does not care much about privacy
Google+ does not have the own powerful branding as a social network (It’s a sub-product of google and not a mere social network brand like “facebook”)

Batman is back.The Dark Knight Rises will be release next year on 20 July 2012.Christian Bale returns as Batman to battle Tom Hardy as Bane and Anne Hathaway as Catwoman.What will happen next?Just wait next announcement from Christopher Nolan and Warner Bros. Pictures.
Starring List:-
  • Christian Bale,
  • Michael Caine,
  • Gary Oldman,
  • Morgan Freeman,
  • Tom Hardy,
  • Anne Hathaway,
  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt,
  • Marion Cotillard,
  • Juno Temple,
  • Josh Pence,
  • Daniel Sunjata,
  • Nestor Carbonell,
  • Matthew Modine,
  • Tom Conti,
  • Joey King,
  • Brett Cullen,
  • Chris Ellis,
  • Josh Stewart
What exactly the picture(poster) means?Somebody said, it represents “the hole” left by the masked crusader but the poster is nice for me. What conclusions have they drawn? Here, six theories:

1. Gotham City is in peril
The Dark Knight ended with Batman running from the police, taking the fall for Two-Face's murders so that Gotham residents wouldn't discover that their moral district attorney, Harvey Dent, had turned evil. With its crumbling buildings, the poster suggests that the city is "literally falling to pieces without him," says Paul Owen at Britain's Guardian. Indeed, it's obvious that Gotham City is in dire straits, says NME. And the bat void represents "the hole left by the masked vigilante."

2. This movie will be very, very dark
The poster is "bleak," says Sean O'Connell at Cinema Blend. The "washed out, black-and-white tones" suggest that even more devastation awaits in The Dark Knight Rises. Agreed, says Josh Wigler at MTV. By filling the outline of the Batman insignia with a cloudy sky, the poster warns that more "bad things are coming to Gotham."

 3. The trilogy may end happily
The poster "suggests a Gotham citizen looking up" from the destruction, seeing the bat outline as "the only bright sky (and it isn't even particularly bright) against the devastation of Gotham," says Russ Fischer at SlashFilm. This implies that Batman will be redeemed, and there's a "truly heroic end to this trilogy." Indeed, says Owen at The Guardian, the bat shape represents "the only chink of light — or hope – in the gloom." Clearly, Batman will "rise above" the destruction and save the desperate city, says Billy Crosby at The Daily Caller.
4. The bad guys may disappoint
Where are the villains? The film's antagonists — Anne Hathaway's Catwoman and Tom Hardy's Bane — are "noticeably absent" from the poster, says O'Connell at Cinema Blend. The most remarkable marketing images for The Dark Knight featured Heath Ledger's "bloody smile" as The Joker, which was iconic in a way this poster simply isn't. Could it be that this outing's villains are subpar?

5. It's official: Christopher Nolan is fascinated by buildings
The poster evokes the one for Nolan's most recent film, Inception, which depicted "buildings tumbling like cliffs into the sea," says Owen at The Guardian. "What the heck did a building ever do to Christopher Nolan?" asks Andy Greenwald at Grantland. The destruction of skyscrapers has become a motif in the director's films: Brace yourself for more effects-heavy "architectural violence" from The Dark Knight Rises.

6. This poster is, riskily, targeting devotees
In an unusual move, the poster features no characters, and "only a single line of text," says Wigler at MTV. Prospective audiences are expected to know all about Nolan's Batman trilogy — who the actors are, what's at stake, and where the story picks up in The Dark Knight Rises. In other words, this film will cater to the franchise's most devoted fans.

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I'm am what I am. Good-natured and hard-working. A known procrastinator, often leaves things until tomorrow because it may take me a while to come to a decision. Holds strong opinions and beliefs on just about everything, and has long ago decided what is good and what is bad. An expert at seeing things in black and white. Tends to judge people and their actions, whether silently or aloud. Tends to run away from problems instead of facing and solving them.


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