Dec 12, 2010

post hiatus entry

wow,lama kan tak update blog. Sahaja malas nak menaip. Cukuplah assignment yang bertimbun kena taip. Dulu masa preclinical xbanyak la pula assignment bertaip, sekarang ni bertubi-tubi. (bertubi-tubi la sangat,padahal 2 je pun,tapi stillll plural okey)

Tarikh tutup application for internship post in Ireland dah pun tutup. Hasilnya, aku tak apply pun utk kerja disini. 2,3 minggu lepas berbolak balik juga sama ada nak kerja sini or tidak. Tapi at last, application form itu dipandang sepi je tanpa di isi. Mungkin ini lebih baik. Nanti klu dah isi, and dapat tawaran, berbolak balik lagi. Baik tak yah isi terus. That wud be better.

So, maka dengan ini, confirm la saya akan balik for good next year dan bekerja di Malaysia.I-Allah.
So far, life's good and next week balik malaysia (again) for 8 weeks for elective posting. Cant wait!

P/s:owh2,mungkin kah boleh apply kerja di perth..hehehe..spekulasi,spekulasi!

Jul 4, 2010


Genap seminggu duduk kat rumah.
Terasa ringan kepala. Letak-letak kepala terus lena. Tak rungsing fikir hal-hal hospital,hal-hal rumah.

Hari ni ada konferansi waris sekolah luqman and Iqbal. So aku yang menjadi waris buat Luqman and ayah pergi ke kelas Iqbal. Untuk kelas KAFA pula, sekali lagi aku jadi waris buat Luqman.

Selesai tandatangan, cikgu Luqman tiba-tiba bertanya "Ni nak tanya sikit, ni mak Luqman ka?" Aku tersenyum menjawab " Tak aih, ni kak dia." "ooo,patut nampak muda!"cikgu tu menambah.
Aku senyum jaa, nak ja jawab "a'a la, ni mak dia, buat camna PMR xpaih,kawen la muda umoq 16!"lol.

Aku harap, 10-15 tahun lagi, waktu aku pi amik report card _______( nama future anak aku), akan ada cikgu cakap macam ni, "ni nak tanya ni, ni kakak ______ ka? Nampak muda aihh!"

p/s: mungkinkah aku perlu memakai krim anti penuaan start dari sekarang?

Jun 2, 2010

Of course, they were asking for it - by Mark Steel


Of course, they were asking for it

It's time the Israeli government's PR team made the most of its talents, and became available for hire. Then whenever a nutcase marched into a shopping mall in somewhere like Wisconsin and gunned down a selection of passers-by, they could be on hand to tell the world's press "The gunman regrets the loss of life but did all he could to avoid violence." Then various governments would issue statements saying "All we know is a man went berserk with an AK 47, and next to him there's a pile of corpses, so until we know the facts we can't pass judgement on what took place."

To strengthen their case the Israelis have released a photo of the weapons they found on board, (which amount to some knives and tools and wooden sticks) that the naive might think you'd expect to find on any ship, but the more astute will recognise as exactly what you'd carry if you were planning to defeat the Israeli army. It's an armoury smaller than you'd find in the average toolshed in a garden in Cirencester, which goes to show the Israelis had better destroy Cirencester quickly as an essential act of self-defence.

It's a shame they weren't more imaginative, as they could have said "We also discovered a deadly barometer, a ship's compass, which could not only be frisbeed at someone's head but even had markings to help the assailant know which direction he was throwing it, and a set of binoculars that could easily be converted into a ray-gun."

That would be as logical as the statement from the Israeli PM's spokesman – "We made every possible effort to avoid this incident." Because the one tiny thing they forgot to do to avoid this incident was not send in armed militia from helicopters in the middle of the night and shoot people. I must be a natural at this sort of technique because I often go all day without climbing off a helicopter and shooting people, and I'm not even making every possible effort. Politicians and commentators worldwide repeat a version of this line. They're aware a nation has sent its militia to confront people carrying provisions for the desperate, in the process shooting several of them dead, and yet they angrily blame the dead ones. One typical headline yesterday read "Activists got what they wanted – confrontation." It's an attitude so deranged it deserves to be registered as a psychosis, something like "Reverse Slaughter Victim Confusion Syndrome".

Israel and its supporters claim that Viva Palestina, made up of people who collect the donated food, cement and items for providing basic amenities such as toilets, and transport them to Gaza, wanted the violence all along. Because presumably they must have been thinking "Hezbollah couldn't beat them, but that's because unlike us they didn't have a ballcock and several boxes of plum tomatoes".

One article told us the flotilla was full of "Thugs spoiling for a confrontation", and then accused them of being "Less about aid and more about PR. Indeed, on board was Swedish novelist Henning Mankell." So were they thugs or about PR? Did they have a thugs' section and a PR quarter, or did they all muck in, the novelist diverting the soldiers with his characterisation while the thugs attacked them with a lethal spirit level?

But some defenders of Israel are so blind to what happens in front of them there's nothing at all they wouldn't jump to defend. Israel could blow up a cats home and within five minutes they'd be yelling "How do we know the cats weren't smuggling semtex in their fur for Hamas?"

If this incident had been carried about by Iran, or anyone we were trying to portray as an enemy, so much condemnation would have been spewed out it would have created a vast cloud of outrage that airlines would be unable to fly through.

But as it's Israel, most governments offer a few diplomatic words that blame no one, but accept the deaths are "regrettable". They might as well have picked any random word from the dictionary, so the news would tell us "William Hague described the deaths as 'hexagonal'", and a statement from the US senate said "It's all very confusing. In future let's hope they make every effort to avoid a similar incident."

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May 28, 2010

GP placement Dublin


I have a lot to say.

Tapi I'm not really into blogging at the mo.
Just wanna share about the placement that i had been attached to this week.

Dr Behan and Dr Shackleton GP surgery.
Sangat baik..
Everything bout them and the office girls, Bernie, Martha, Hazel and also Mary the nurse are marvelous.
First thing, they remember my name in one go.
And the hospitality was superb!!
Rasa nak menangis je tadi when i said good bye to them,having in mind that i will not be sent there again.

At first, waktu nak dapat placement ni, I left my mobile phone in the health science building. So tak dapat telephone module co cordinator on pronto untuk dapatkan placement yang dekat- dekat dengan rumah. Aku dapat placement dekat Walkinstown, 15min by bus. Oklah tidak la sejauh UCD. At first agak frust la sebab Amin dapat GP rathmines mase dia buat Block GP dulu. Which is 3 min away jalan kaki. Tapi bila fikir-fikir, memang besar hikmahnya Allah nak aku tertinggal phone dekat health science building over that weekend (which is miserable jugak la).

Banyak aku belajar dari kedua-dua doktor ni. Walaupun aku banyak tak dapat jawab soalan diorang, diorang tidak berputus asa mengajar aku yang tidak bright ini..huhu

Entahlah, rasa sayang sangat dekat placement yang lepas ni. Mungkin sebab lunch hour aku dapat pergi window shopping dekat Ashleaf Shopping centre yang 5 min away from GP tu.huhu..mungkin2.

Next week, i'm off to Dundalk, Co Louth, Blackrock village. 73km from Dublin. Saja aku book Bed n breakfast sebab malas nak ulang alik dari dublin ke dundalk. And aku nak tukar angin pulak, nak hirup angin dundalk. By the way, Blackrock village tu perkampungan tepi laut. Best2. Rasa nak bercuti ja.hakhakhak.. Tapi Bed n breakfast tu duit sendiri dulu, lambat lagi bleh claim. So i am officially broke. Tak kisah la. Asal hati senang.

Hopefully placement dekat dundalk ni best. I-Allah.

May 19, 2010

Happy birthday luqman!


Happy birthday Luqman

Kakak beli carrot cake ni untuk Luqman, tapi masuk perut kakak dulu ye. heheh
*kantoi beli carrot cake sebab half price*

Rindula kat luqman, lama xjumpa. Tapi suara masih comel. Harapnya terus comel.
Aku tak dapat bayang kan nanti my 2 little baby brothers tetiba bangun pagi suara garauuuuu
~owh,harap-harap waktu tu akan lambat lagi dan these 2 little baby brothers will always be my baby!

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