Dec 29, 2008

Thank you note!!!!!!!!!

Finally...... I just so happened to be online at that time (around 9.30). Suddenly, my boss (frits) from NL, buzzed me through instant messenger asking me about Severity 2 ticket. I really didn't know because:
1. I was not on ROTA for Severity 1 and 2.
2. It was Christmas.

So, he forwarded to me the ticket no for my further investigation. Not much detail been provided. and i talked to richard another person from UK. He gave me an overview what was going on. hmmm.. I looked at was not even my speciality area. I called my team mate whom i believed would be more knowledgeable in that area. No body answered my call (because holiday and almost midnite). Hah! i happened to be at wrong place and wrong time. And nobody from brazil, US and EU can assist. Leave me with Richard. I had no choice except to investigate. at last, i know what was causing the system to be disrupted. and voila!

-----Original Message-----
From: Verbaarschot, Frits FGL SDSI-DFI/163
Sent: 29 December 2008 19:15
To: Klavers, Richard SDSI-DFI/1641; Mout, Robert D SDSI-DFI/156; Zulkifli, Zayed MALAYTR-DFI/1631; Bersuch, Willi SDO-DFI/1643; Van Kessel, Joost J SDSI-DFI/1643; Ratakonda, Prasadarao SHLOFF-IBM; Uthirimani, Stalin SIPC-DFI; A-Kadir, Mohammad-Azam MALAYTR-DFI/163; Gilje, Nils DANSK-DPG/341; Mononen, Tuomas HELSINK-DSE/4651; Rajamanickam, Velu SHLOFF-IBM; Boskamp, Romul PH SDSI-DFI/1633; Paige, Janice P SIPC-DFS/922
Cc: Den Dulk, Willem W SDSI-DFI/1641; Mueller, Beki K SLUBE-DFI/1641; Nadema, Doutie DM SDSI-DFI/164; Preston, Carla H SDIUS-DFI/156; Smith, Mary MJ SDIUS-DFI/163; Abraham, Neuby SHLOFF-IBM; Iyer, Ganesh R SHLOFF-IBM
Subject: THANK YOU for fixing GIM04433945 - XX - No LVP values received

Dear Richard, Zayed, Robert, Romul, Willi, Joost, Prasad, Stalin, Azam, Nils, Tuomas, Velu, Janice and anyone I might have forgotten to mention,

Thank you and my compliments for your dedication and for restoring functionality over the past Christmas days.

A special thank you to Richard and Zayed for coordinating the activities across parties involved. I know you’ve been doing work on this throughout Christmas on social and unsocial hours.

This incident shouldn’t have happened, but on the good side, what you’ve done is a shining example of dedication and teamwork across players in the business and in IT.

Calendars will be verified to prevent similar incidents over the coming festive days.

May I wish you all very joyful days, without incidents, and a Happy New Year,

Frits Verbaarschot


Global DS1 GSAP Delivery Manager

Shell Downstream Services International B.V.

Koningin Julianaplein 15, The Hague 2595 AA, The Netherlands

Shell Downstream Services International B.V. has its statutory seat in the Netherlands, The Hague, Carel van Bylandtlaan 30. It is registered with the Chambre of Commerce under number 27265874.

For further information about Shell please see our website at

Dec 20, 2008

The East FM

It is a must as a collector know the story behind its FM. otherwise, don't call yourself as a collector. People visit to your house and ask you about the collection u have,what it is all about; and you should be able to answer it. Don't blindly become a collector and upgrade your knowledge. As you guys know, the Fridge magnet from any countries represent the countries, the country signage, historical building, culture etc.

Kyaiktiyo Pagoda (Burmese: ; MLCTS: kyuik hti: yu:; also known as Golden Rock) is a famous Buddhist pilgrimage site in Mon State, Burma. A small pagoda (5.5 m (18 ft)) sits on top of a golden rock, a granite boulder covered with gold leaves pasted on by devotees. The rock itself is precariously perched and seems to defy gravity as it perpetually appears to be on the verge of rolling down the hill. The rock and pagoda are at the top of Mt. Kyaiktiyo, It is the third most important Buddhist pilgrimage site in Burma after the Shwedagon Pagoda and the Mahamuni Pagoda.

According to the legend associated with the pagoda, the Buddha, on one of his many visits to earth, gave a strand of his hair to Taik Tha, a hermit. The hermit, in turn, gave the strand to his adopted son King Tissa, an 11th Century Burmese king, with the dying wish that the hair be enshrined in a boulder shaped like the hermit's head. Tissa, with the help of the Thagymin, the king of the Nats found the perfect place for the pagoda at Kyaiktiyo where the strand was enshrined. It is this strand of hair that, according to the legend, prevents the rock from tumbling down the hill.

The village of Kinpun (16 km (10 mi)) at the base of Mt. Kyaiktiyo is the closest village to the pagoda. There are numerous other granite boulders on the mountain, some rocking and some not.

Kyaiktiyo has become a popular tourist attraction place of Pagodas in Burma.

The Golden Rock Of Myanmar as compared to Real View:

Shwedagon Pagoda, Myanmar

The Shwedagon Pagoda (IPA: [ʃwèdəgòun]; Burmese: ; MLCTS: hrwe ti. gum. bhu. ra, officially titled Shwedagon Zedi Daw, also known as the Golden Pagoda, is a 98-metre (approx. 321.5 feet) gilded stupa located in Yangon, Burma. The pagoda lies to the west of Kandawgyi Lake, on Singuttara Hill, thus dominating the skyline of the city. It is the most sacred Buddhist pagoda for the Burmese with relics of the past four Buddhas enshrined within, namely the staff of Kakusandha, the water filter of Konagamana, a piece of the robe of Kassapa and eight hairs of Gautama, the historical Buddha.

Real photo as compared to Fridge magnet:

Thailand - Land of Elephant

Thailand: The origin of Muay Thai

Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, Bali, Indonesia

Real Picture of Pura Ulun Danu Bratan

Located in Bedugul highlands,built in 1633 by the King of Mengwi,dedicated to Dewi Danu,the Goddess of the waters,the main building of the Temple lies on a small island of the Lake Bratan.As the lake is one of the major lakes which supplies water for the ricefields all over Bali,ceremonies and pilgrimages are held here to ensure that farmers in Bali have enough water and bountiful crops.

The Temple consists of several shrines on the grounds,along the shore but the most beautiful is the conventional Hindu thatched meru which seems floatting in the middle of the lake. On the mainland,Pura Teratai Bang(black lotus), featuring a seven thatched-roofed meru is dedicated to the God Brahma.

There are also a three roofed meru dedicated to Siwa and an eleven roofed one to Wisnu. Walking past the entrance are a large banyan,lovely gardens and a Buddhist shrine. Also on the site is a Mosque, opposite the Hindu Temple.

Temple of Heaven, Beijing, China

The temple complex was constructed from 1406 to 1420 during the reign of the Yongle Emperor, who was also responsible for the construction of the Forbidden City in Beijing. The complex was extended and renamed Temple of Heaven during the reign of the Jiajing Emperor in the 16th century. The Jiajing Emperor also built three other prominent temples in Beijing, the Temple of Sun in the east (日坛), the Temple of Earth in the north (地坛), and the Temple of Moon in the west (月坛). The Temple of Heaven was renovated in the 18th century under the Qianlong Emperor.

In 1914, Yuan Shih-kai, then President of the Republic of China, performed a Ming prayer ceremony at the temple, as part of an effort to have himself declared Emperor of China.

The Temple of Heaven was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1998 and was described as "a masterpiece of architecture and landscape design which simply and graphically illustrates a cosmogony of great importance for the evolution of one of the world’s great civilizations..." as the "symbolic layout and design of the Temple of Heaven had a profound influence on architecture and planning in the Far East over many centuries."[1]

According to Xinhua, in early 2005, the Temple of Heaven underwent a 47 million yuan (5.9 million USD) restoration in preparation for the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics and the restoration was completed on May 1st, 2006.

The Temple of Heaven is a very popular park for exercising, and particularly for practicing taiji bailong ball, which is a paddleball variation of Tai Chi.

Various FM: Behind The Scene

Behind the scene:

Forum Roman, Rome Italy

The Roman Forum, (Latin: Forum Romanum) sometimes known by its original Latin title, is located between the Palatine hill and the Capitoline hill of the city of Rome. It is the central area around which the ancient Roman civilization developed. Citizens referred to the location as the "Forum Magnum" or just the "Forum".

The oldest and most important structures of the ancient city are located in the forum, including its ancient former royal residency the Regia and the surrounding complex of the Vestal virgins. The Old Republic had its formal Comitium there where the senate, as well as Republican government began. The forum served as a city square and central hub where the people of Rome gathered for justice, and faith. The forum was also the economic hub of the city and considered to be the center of the Republic and Empire

Lombard Street, San Fransisco, USA.

Lombard Street begins at Presidio Boulevard inside The Presidio and runs east through the Cow Hollow neighborhood. For 12 blocks between Broderick Street and Van Ness Avenue, it is a principal arterial road that is co-signed as U.S. Route 101. Lombard Street then continues through the Russian Hill and Telegraph Hill neighborhoods, breaks off at a point becoming Telegraph Hill Boulevard. That leads to Pioneer Park and Coit Tower. Lombard Street starts again at Montgomery Street and finally terminates at The Embarcadero as a collector road

The original photo of St Lombard.

Ramesses II Temple at Abu Simbel, Egypt

Abu Simbel (Arabic: أبو سنبل‎ or أبو سمبل) is an archaeological site comprising two massive rock temples in southern Egypt on the western bank of Lake Nasser about 290 km southwest of Aswan. It is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the "Nubian Monuments",[1] which run from Abu Simbel downriver to Philae (near Aswan).

The twin temples were originally carved out of the mountainside during the reign of Pharaoh Ramesses II in the 13th century BC, as a lasting monument to himself and his queen Nefertari, to commemorate his alleged victory at the Battle of Kadesh, and to intimidate his Nubian neighbors. However, the complex was relocated in its entirety in the 1960s, on an artificial hill made from a domed structure, high above the Aswan dam reservoir.

The relocation of the temples was necessary to avoid their being submerged during the creation of Lake Nasser, the massive artificial water reservoir formed after the building of the Aswan dam on the Nile River. Abu Simbel remains one of Egypt's top tourist attractions.

Brandenburger Tor, Berlin Germany

The Brandenburg Gate (German: Brandenburger Tor) is a former city gate and one of the main symbols of Berlin and Germany. It is located west of the city center at the intersection of Unter den Linden and Ebertstrasse, immediately west of the Pariser Platz. It is the only remaining gate of a series through which one formerly entered Berlin. One block to its north lies the Reichstag. The gate is the monumental entry to Unter den Linden, the renowned boulevard of linden trees which formerly led directly to the city palace of the Prussian monarchs. It was commissioned by King Frederick William II of Prussia as a sign of peace and built by Carl Gotthard Langhans from 1788 to 1791. The Brandenburg Gate was restored from 2000 to 2002 by the Stiftung Denkmalschutz Berlin (Berlin Monument Conservation Foundation). Today, it is considered one of Europe's most famous landmarks.

MannekinPis, Brussel Belgium

Manneken Pis (Dutch for little pee man), also known in French as the petit Julien, is a very famous Brussels landmark. It is a small bronze fountain sculpture depicting a naked little boy urinating into the fountain's basin.

On many occasions, the statue is dressed in a costume. His wardrobe now consists of several hundred different costumes. The costumes are changed according to a schedule managed by the non-profit association The Friends of Manneken-Pis, in ceremonies that are often accompanied by brass band music.

On occasion, the statue is hooked up to a keg of beer. Cups will be filled up with the beer flowing from the statue and given out to people passing by.

For this categories; price of each of FM is RM19.50.

Postage for first 5 FM = 6.50 (please add additional RM1.00 for one additional item after 5)

Fridge Magnet: Cambodia

If you happened to visit cambodia, below is the must visit places in Cambodia. Below is for you to see and the story behind its architecture.

Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Angkor Wat (or Angkor Vat), is a temple complex at Angkor, Cambodia, built for the king Suryavarman II in the early 12th century as his state temple and capital city. As the best-preserved temple at the site, it is the only one to have remained a significant religious centre since its foundation—first Hindu, dedicated to Vishnu, then Buddhist. The temple is the epitome of the high classical style of Khmer architecture. It has become a symbol of Cambodia, appearing on its national flag, and it is the country's prime attraction for visitors.

Apsaras, Cambodia

What is Apsaras?

Apsaras, divine nymphs or celestial dancing girls, are characters from Indian mythology. Their origin is explained in the story of the churning of the Ocean of Milk, or samudra manthan, found in the great epic Mahabharata. Other stories in the Mahabharata detail the exploits of individual apsaras, who were often used by the gods as agents to persuade or seduce mythological demons, heroes and ascetics. The widespread use of apsaras as a motif for decorating the walls and pillars of temples and other religious buildings, however, was a Khmer innovation. In modern descriptions of Angkorian temples, the term "apsara" is sometimes used to refer not only to dancers but also to other minor female deities, though minor female deities who are depicted standing about rather than dancing are more commonly called "devatas."

Bayon, Cambodia

The Bayon (Khmer: Prasat bayon) is a well-known and richly decorated Khmer temple at Angkor in Cambodia. Built in the late 12th century or early 13th century as the official state temple of the Mahayana Buddhist King Jayavarman VII, the Bayon stands at the centre of Jayavarman's capital, Angkor Thom. Following Jayavarman's death, it was modified and augmented by later Hindu and Theravada Buddhist kings in accordance with their own religious preferences.

For those who are interested to buy the fridge magnet,

price: RM18
Shipment and handling: RM6.50

Let me know you have further interest via email (as stated in this blog).

Dec 15, 2008

Paris Fridge Magnet

Hi folks!

New FM from paris.

FR104 Notre Dame Building, Paris

If you watched disney cartoon, Hunch Back of Notre Dam, this is the building.

FR103 Sacre Coeur Building, Paris.

for this one, try and google it, you should be able to find it. One of the historical place in France:

FR102 Eiffel Tower, Paris

This one, i guess u knew already. SOLD OUT (update as at 21 December 2008)

FR101 Arc de Triomphe Building, Paris

another one. you can see real image here.

Price: RM18.00 each

Postal cost: RM6.50 for peninsular/RM8.50 for sabah sarawak

Payment can be made via maybank2u: 158248021000 - zayed zulkifli

For further inquiry, please email me:

Nov 26, 2008

A Story about Facebook

I have been listening to flyfm radio channel this evening. There was an interesting topic being discussed; facebooking. I dunno about you guys. Recently so many of my friends asked me to facebook. Be it my office mate or ex-school mate or many of my friends. It has been a trend. Even my ex-lecturer whom i met during last reunion also facebooks.

I do realize that facebook has the positive aspects; it can connect and network your old friends, school mate, university, classroom etc.

U guys must know that facebook can also cause trouble in your life. Let me tell you a story. Friend of friend of mine who is having 2 wives. At facebook, if you are married, you can only put one wife that has relationship with the facebooker. Eventually, this guy put the second wife as a person having relationship with him. Later the first wife knew, world war III; accusing him for not being fair to the first one. FYI, both wives are also on Facebook. What happened next, they quarreled at facebook. Consequently, everyone read it. what a shame. I didn't know the end of this story.

Who knows what are other things that facebook can trouble your life. I don't really like to facebook and i dunno why. Probably i have been exposed so much the trend facebook alike (i.eL friendster, myspace, Hi5, tagged etc). I'd prefer to blog.

My advice, don't put so much your personal info at facebook. Keep some for your life

Nov 19, 2008

When Tun Mahathir says....

Recently, Tun Mahathir has given his comments about the future of Malaysian Prime Minister. He was saying that non-malay can become the prime minister one day (not in the near future). As usual and as i expected the reaction from UMNO member or for those who really supports him, will comment, whatever he says, it is something to ponder. An overwhelming reaction. bla...bla..

What if, same thought is coming from opposition party (i.e: PAS or PKR or any malay dominated parties), what would be the reaction? I can guarantee whoever comes out with this statement will be labeled as Malay Traitor, ungrateful malay, Disrespectful Malay and many labels. . I remember back then, Chief Minister of Kelantan, Datok Nik Aziz nik mat who has come out with the same opinion but with the clause as long as he/she is muslim malay or non malay can become the prime minister. The reaction was the other way around.

Not that i disagree or agree with what Tun Mahathir said, nevertheless this is the way of malaysian politics.

It should be, it is not about "who said" but the important thing "what is said".

Nov 4, 2008

Obama win!

As expected, Obama won landslide victory for US presidential election. This is also the first time in the history of american president, who is Black. He won 60%-+ of the overall vote.

I am wondering, will there be any change in US foreign policy? in the past, when a new president was elected, there will be a change this and that. in the end, every american president are all the same. It has come to my sense, whoever becomes the US president doesn't matter. Most important is people around him. they the one whose been advising the president on what to do and what not to do. To become a leader, u just need a good people around you, ask them to do this and that, and you blend the information and then claim; that's your idea. this is what we call as "deliver through others"; the 9 planets leadership framework.

What kind of president will Obama be?

Oct 22, 2008

Government wanted to borrow your Pension Fund

EPF (Employee Provident Fund) in its early statement has denied EPF involvement towards Value Cap business transaction.

EPF Denies Involment With Valuecap Sdn Bhd

The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) denies reports in today's newspapers (November 20, 2002) which associated the operations of ValueCap Sdn Bhd with the EPF's investments and two other state-run funds.

The EPF wishes to clarify that it has not appointed ValueCap Sdn Bhd to manage the EPF's investment fund. The EPF also denies that its involvement in the KLSE is to shore up the stock market. The EPF's investments are not used to bail out ailing companies.

The EPF invests in companies with sound fundamentals, long-term growth potential and competent management. The EPF is always prudent and professional in its approach when investing members' savings. The Fund ensures that the investments are safe, not exposed to high risks and gives reasonable returns to its members for their retirement.

Deputy Chief Executive Officer (Investment)
Employees Provident Fund

Date: 20 November 2002〈=en

On the other hand, Najib Tun Razak (the newly appointed Malaysian Finance Minister 1) has given contradict statement; Value Cap Sdn Bhd to borrow money from your pension fund (my pension fund too). Read here: EPF to lend the RM5b to fund Valuecap

In the mean time, the 2nd finance minister, has told public that "value cap has done well" and EPF will be profited from this transaction.

My comments:

1. Government must be transparent if they want to use EPF money.

2. Is government really wanting to buy undervalue stocks (investing) or to bail out certain companies with the purpose to absorb buying support which is happening at Bursa Malaysia?

3. If valuecap was claimed "has done well" according to finance minister 2, why valuevap must borrow especially from EPF money? where the heck is the profit generated for the last 5 years?

4. In the era of internet age, i haven't seen about valuecap sdn bhd website to see its background, management, fund achievement managed by them.

5. Warren Buffett is one of the successful person who used value invest technique by buying stocks which undervalued. But, the transaction made by him is consistence, be it during market booming or crashing. As long as the price is accordance to his judgment though the overall index is rising and not necessarily down, buffer will still buy the stock. Recently, buffet just bought USD5 billion of Goldman Sachs.

6. Surprisingly, the fund achievement being managed by Warrent Buffet will be publicly announced. Not only that, all stakeholder Berkshire Hathaway will get letter from Warrent Buffet every year to enable him to report directly the progress of Bekshire Hathaway. You and I who are not even buying 1 unit of Berkshire Hathaway, also can have free access to the Berkshire Hathaway Report.

7. But this is not happening to Valuevap which been founded using public fund and yet want to borrow AGAIN using public fund.

8. Perhaps Valuecap can manipulate the law where by Syarikat Sdn Bhd is not obliged to declare its financial and operation but morally if they used public fund, the management need to be more prudent and transparent.

9. Petronas which is wholly owned by Malaysian government also publicly published their financial report to be read by civilians. Why valuecap can't follow good governance shown by Petronas?

10. Initial Step to borrow your money (my money too) is a bit confusing because what happens recently is due to sub-prime crisis where debts are not properly managed.

11. When all financial institution take overcautious action to loan money to any companies at this time, suddenly EPF is so generous to give loan to Valuecap. Not RM50,000, not RM500,000 not RM5 million but RM5 Billion!!!

12. I wonder what is the collateral being used by Valuecap that cause EPF to give loan these much money RM5 billion??

13. What will happen is valuecap loss and not able to repay the loan to EPF? Who would want to pay Rm5 billion? will it be the same to EPF contributors to hold responsibility like what has happened pension fund in US and Europe who currently has big loss because of sub-prime-crisis?

15. We, as the EPF contributor, must force EPF to be more cautious not to easily give such big amount of loan.

16. If government want to really really transparent, they should announce to public which undervalue that valuecap wants to buy using EPF money, so that the contributor can judge whether those company is really qualified to be bought using value investing concept.

17. Once it has been agreed that this transaction will happen, next thing to announce which financial institution will be profited from commission? Will it go to CIMB pocket which headed by Najib's Brother, Nazir?

18. Is Malaysian Facing the situation which is portrayed in Malay phrase:
“Keluar dari mulut Khairy buaya, masuk ke mulut Nazir naga?

How to spot Illegal Deposit taking by companies?

Last week, Central Bank of Malaysia has raided 4 companies which been accused of taking deposit illegally. One of the companies, Buluhmas Enterprise was promoted by my old friend, asking me to join. I was quite reluctant to join. then, news breakout; buluhmas together with other 3 companies which has same mode of operations, suspected to have taking illegal deposit (some people would classify under quick rich scheme).

Related News:

Though in the past, so many companies have been raided by Central Bank Of Malaysia, not many people really learn their lesson. For your information, once a company has been accused to operate illegally against BAFIA Act or AMLA act, the account will be frozen. If found guilty, the money will not and will not be refunded to so-called "investor".

To prevent this to happen again in the future, here are some guidelines for you guys on how to spot "Illegal Deposit Taking":
  1. This company is legally registerred with ROC (registrar of companies or known as SSM) under SDN BHD.
  2. They have legal binding agreement, endorsed by lawyer, legal stamp duty as if to show they were very transparent, if anything happened; you can sue them and get your money back. Don't be fooled.
  3. They run a legal business like farming, retailing, franchising, trading, services etc. They look real to you.
  4. They have the so-called investment package, i.e: if you invested RM1,000.00; you'll get certain or reasonable amount of return. They will claim the money will be used as business capital to run the business. Once get profit, it will be distributed in accordance to package.

The fact is:
  1. Under SDN BHD, if something bad happened like bankrupt, fraud; company is dissolved and you can't do nothing about it to its board of directors though you have "legal agreement". This is the loop hole of this "law". Those manipulative lawyers paid by these companies fail to understand laws.
  2. If a company suspended by Central Bank of Malaysia; no lawyers in Malaysia can save that companies though you have the best legal agreement in town and best lawyer in the country.
  3. Companies that are allowed and given permission to collect deposit:
  • Limited Companies (Syarikat Berhad) via Security Commission through share
  • Koperasi which is supervised closely by SKM (Suruhanjaya Koperasi malaysia) through its share.
  • Financial institution like Tabung Haji, PNB (ASB/ASN/Etc) or Bank institution or its subsidiaries (i.e: Bank Islam and its subsidiary Takaful Malaysia, Maybank and its subs like etiqa, public bank and its subs like Public mutual etc). This is inclusive of the collection for saving, investment, fixed deposit and insurance.
Anything that not belong to these 3 categories, if your friends or relatives promote to you no matter what, even in the name of your race, your religion etc; Don't ever give your money.

Read again and again. I have learnt my lesson. When will you??

Oct 19, 2008

4 Wish List

There are 4 things that i wish to have right now.

1. DSLR Camera

- Canon?
- Sony?
- Nikon?

I really don't know which one is the best. All i know, my sony cybershot is not enough for me. I need bigger and sharper image. Can i anyone shoot me a spec, what should i look for when buying DSLR Camera?

One of my friends suggested me to budget for this item around MYR5k.

2. Macintosh PC/Notebook

I went to Machines (apple premium reseller I first looked at apple product, OMG, superb!. I want to buy it as soon as possible. Though my company provided laptop but too many restriction. I can't install that, i can't install this. At the end, the laptop is only for email and microsoft office.

The price is around MYR5-6k (complete accessories).

3. iPhone

Apple Iphone. Still i have to wait because its rating for battery is very poor. Nevermind, this can wait for another 2-3 years. No stylus, purely touch screen.

4. LCD tv with Home Theatre

Sony Bravia is really nice. But the product is not really mature yet. Still at the introduction cycles.

These are my wish list. Hope to get it by mid of next year.

Oct 10, 2008

Nostalgic Photo of 2008

A Picture Worth A Million Words

I was trying to play around with the photo effect. Turning the color into nostalgia photo as if the photo was 60 years old. This photo will be 60 years in 2068. By that time, i will be 92 years old. Will I be around? probably my body will be in the graveyard.

Eye Floaters: You might be next

I wear glasses since 10 years ago. I have been impacted by the so-called astigmatism. The optician that i used to see the real cause of my astigmatism is because i like to read while i lie down. As a result of this, it has caused my vision to be blurred. Every once in a while i will have to apply some medicine to my eyes to reduce irritation which sometime interrupt my daily routine, can't watch TV or reading.

Recently I have came across about website Eye Floaters. It really surprise me that i might have the possibilities to have eye floaters disease. Seriously, the word eye floaters is really alien to me. What is Eye Floaters? Read more here.

It is believed that there has no cure yet found for Eye Floaters. Even if there was, it is not guaranteed and you have to undergo a very painful procedure and very costly. Don't believe me? this is what i have excerpted from wikipedia (

  • Vitrectomy may be successful in treating more severe cases;however, the procedure is typically not warranted in those with lesser symptoms due to the potential for complications as severe as blindness. Floaters may become less annoying as sufferers grow accustomed to them, even to the extent that they may no longer notice them.

  • There is also Sutureless Vitrectomy, as the standard vitrectomy involves cutting through the conjunctiva, or fleshy part of the front of the eye, and making openings in the pars plana area which require stitches at the end of the surgery. In the sutureless technique, small tubes or canulas or trochars are placed through the pars plana area and very tiny instruments are placed through these tubes. Once the surgery is complete, the tubes are removed and no stitches are needed. Only in certain cases can sutureless vitrectomy surgery be performed.

  • Another treatment is laser vitreolysis. In this procedure a powerful laser (usually an Yttrium aluminium garnet laser) is focused onto the floater and in a quick burst vaporizes the structure into a less dense and not as noticeable consistency.

After reading the above , I'd suggest those who are potentially having the Eye Floater to find any information about Eye Floaters. One of the website that i browse currently is the Thanks to it, now I know what is Eye Floaters and how it can impact my life and others.

It is unbelievable if such medicine can help to cure Eye Floaters. You don't need to apply expensive medical for eyes. it is money back guaranteed and no side effect. I have tried some of modern medicine if something irritate my eyes, but i have experience dizziness headache. I therefore believe the secret cure for eye floaters will be a worth while trying it. After all, what do you get to loose?

Don't simply take for granted as Eye Floaters can cost your life. Imagine blurry vision and eye irritation and you drive. If you missed out the blind spot, imagine what could happen to you or other people if you happened to have had an accident because of Eye Floaters.

Oct 8, 2008

Fridge Magnet - Holland

Booked by Kakrohas

-- 2 unit
1 booked by Kak rohas

Booked by Rohas

Booked by AIn

booked by Maria

--- Booked by Pandapenyek

Break Up

I am sure many of us involve in a relationship. some last forever until death their apart. some lasted few years. Some only last few months.

When a clash of a relationship happened, do you blame your partner or you blame yourself? The best therapy to deal with this kind of a situation (clash/break off) is to look at yourself. You should regret for not being a good partner to girlfriend/boyfriend/husband/wife because he/she left with a good reason. You don't treat him well, you being rude; cruel to him/her. That's why he/she leave you even though for third person that happen to cross path into your partner life. or how would i say, u deserve for what you have done! It's your karma.

Evaluate yourself before you put a blame to someone else.

Like wise, if you treated your partner real good and yet they leave you; don't be sad. Because you have done the best you could to your partner. It's not your lost but it's their lost. If you were being good, then he/she will miss the good thing about their partner. Some cases, they tried or will come back for truce, tried to get back together again. at this point, it's up to you whether you want to accept or to reject.

Remember, Just be good and people will treat you well.