The Flyz's Blog

Friday, March 31, 2006

Me blog from phone!

I'm now posting from my phone using GPRS at Gunung Semanggol R&R on my way balik kampung!

Me blog from phone!

I'm now posting from my phone using GPRS at Gunung Semanggol R&R on my way balik kampung!

Sunday, March 26, 2006

JD on the rocks on a Saturday night

The bitterness of being alone on Saturday night
The sweetness of Jack Daniels whisky

The bittersweet of JD on the rocks on a saturday night...

Here I am, alone again on a Saturday night, sipping JD on the rocks in front of the PC, blogging on one side, listening to Metallica on another, chatting on MSN on another and massacring 6 orcs at the same time on the other side. My life is such a bore...

The past week had been superbly tiring, I've been assigned to the warehouse for the last week and next, and lucky me, just in time for the March shipment of 3 containers of good to arrive. So there really isn't much else for me to do, except checking on the stocks... all 3 containers of them, exceeding the number of 100 thousand individual pieces all in all! Whee!

Oh, as I was saying, last Monday is my birthday, so happy belated birthday to me. I'm officially 24 now, another chapter in the book of my life. Which if I think that such book were to exist, almost every pages would be dog-eared, a few pages have that wet-but-dried texture, a few pages missing, some torn, and almost every pages are dirty with grafitti, and random coffee stains here and there, and possibly other unindentified stains too.

When we're all kids, birthdays used to be all about cakes, presents and food. Slightly older, its about wishes and friends. When you're my age, birthdays is just another way to remind yourself that you're another year older and you're still a loser.

Do you actually make a wish when you blow out the candles on your cake? I used to do it, but somehow when I blew out the candles on the cake last Monday, my mind went blank, and I just blew out the candles, without even pausnig to wish, matter-of-fact, making a wish didn't even really crossed my mind at all. Come to think of it, even now I can't think of a wish that I would wish for had I remember to make a wish that night.

There are just too many things that I would wished for nowadays, so many that I wouldn't know which to actually wish for. A stable career? A stable relationship? A better life in general? World peace? or maybe just a simple wish that tomorrow would be better than today?

Before this, I was: Sipping JD on the rocks
Currently listening to: Metallica - Don't Tread On Me
Currently feeling: Bored, emo, sleepy, tired, sore

Monday, March 20, 2006

Happy Birthday to ME!


Happy Birthday to ME!



Friday, March 10, 2006

Protest? wtf?!

If any of you actually bothers to read, listen or watch the news, you'll notice that there's been a 30 cent price increase on petrol price.

And if you bother to bother, you'll also notice there's a bunch of idiots staging protests at KLCC to protest the petrol price increase.

And if you bother to actually bother yourself to bother to read about the protests, you'll notice that the protest wasn't about the petrol price increase at all, it's more like a political protest against the ruling government.

Now, I do agree that we are all suffering from the petrol price increase, but what are you goin to do about it? Here are some exampels that I've collected;

1. Travel less?
Avoid unnecessary travels to far places

2. Drive slower?
A mere decrease of 20 km/h would save a significant percentage in your petrol usage

3. Avoid jam-packed areas as much as possible?
Constant stop-and-go would increase petrol usage by a significant lot

4. Protest at KLCC?
This is probably the best, you get to travel damned far and get stucked in one of the most jam-packed areas in KL and waste your time

*Pressed a knob on head and turn off sarcastic mode*

I don't believe in boycott and protest, what makes your puny mind think that hanging around KLCC wasting time and shouting your lungs out would make the government change their decision?

You think they just woke up in the morning someday and though of the idea while having their morning piss?


"Fucking sien man, another sohai day in Putrajaya, what should I do today? I know! Let's increase petrol price, that should be fun. How much ah? Let's count my shudders after this piss and that'll be the price
increase, whee!"

*Continues pissing happily*

Petrol price went up by 30 cents, so? We still have -the- cheapest petrol price in the region, except Brunei of course.

I read somewhere that says that we're suckered to believe that we've the cheapest petrol in the region by the government.

Fine, you want to argue that way? Singland and Thailand petrol price is definitely higher than us, just look at petrol stations in Johor and Kelantan/Terengganu... They're literally packed with Singlanders and Thais pumping -our- petrol into -their- car.

So to those sohais protesters and boycotters at KLCC and the equally sohai anti-government sohais that started it all... Go fuck yourself lah!

Before this, I was: Reading about the KLCC protest
Currently listening to: Black Sabbath - Psycho Man
Currently feeling: wtf?!, enraged, *yawn*

Tuesday, March 07, 2006

I'm still a salesman

Yeah, as I was saying...

This company is very similar to The Factory where I worked for a mere 2 weeks few months back, matter of fact, some of the products sold are almost identical. I'm still thinking of a good name to call this new places, but at the moment I'll just call it The Office. Not too bad a place, not crowded, not too sparse, about 16 of us in total, and most of the time half of them are not in the office.

I'm at the moment still based in the office, reading through product catalogues and brochures, helping out with office paper works, helping out around the office most of the time. I'm expected to develop an entire new list of clientele soon, a line of clients never before walked by the salesman in this office, I won't be mentioning what this line's going to be, but lets just say it sometimes involves chicks. So yeah...

The pay wasn't too bad, will be egtting RM1500 as basic pay, and there are other perks as well, like phone and petrol allowances, and of course there is the comission, I AM a salesman after all...

I'm currently up to my throat with jobs this few weeks, is working 6 days a week at The Office, worked at The Shop in Mid Valley on Sundays and at the same time, occasionally hustle for my event. It's literally 8 days a week, 25 hours a day for me now.

Before this, I was: MUDding
Currently listening to: Oasis - Take Me Away
Currently feeling: Tired, sleepy, bored, restlessa

Monday, March 06, 2006

I'm a salesman

I've always rejected the notion of working a job that is unrelated to your field of study. I always believed that if you study a certain subject, you stick to the certain subject's job scope. Why bother studying something for few years just to come out and throw it all away by working something totally unrelated?

In my case, I'm in the communication field, and my passion is in events. I've tried my hands on various industry within the field, full-fledge agency, PR, media and events. But I've never really settled myself well within the industry, the longest time I spend in a company is just 6 months. For the past 2 years since graduation, i spend more time bumming than actually working in any company within the industry. I don't think I can bum any longer now, I've to pay for the car, the petrol for the car and hell lot more other thing else. I needed a proper job. I might need to change industry.

Which I did...

Remember I mentioned that I'll be doing something against my principle few weeks back?

I'm a salesman now...

Which explain why I looked like a fat zombie almost everyday, I've to wake up at 6.30 in the bloody morning everyday, endure almost an hour long jam to work, leave office at almost 7 almost everyday, and endure another hour jam to get home.

I've nothing much to say about the new job, except its very very similar to the job in The Factory few months back. And I'm too lazy to write anything else now...

Oh, did I mention this is not the only job I'm doing at the moment?

Before this, I was: Sleeping
Currently listening to: Slither - Metallica
Currently feeling: Tired, sleepy, bored