Saturday, June 27, 2009

To All SMKATJ Students Batch 1999...

To all students of SMKATJ batch 1999, PMR 2001 and SPM 2003... This announcement is for you...

We are planning a reunion for all of us to meet and reminisce the old days. Planned date is on 24th September 2009 (might change with notice) and the venue is TBA... For that purpose, we are surveying who can attend the reunion for better planning in the future. All students from the batch, no matter from any class, be it Al-Furqan, Al-Kauthar, Al-Qalam, An-Nur, bla, bla, bla (forgot already maaaaa....) you can join...

So, if you want to join or have any suggestion on the matter please contact me by either leaving a comment on this entry, leaving a message on my cbox, friendster, facebook or just email me... Please provide your full name, your email address, and your phone number. I'm looking forward to a big crowd of SMKATJ '99 on that day...

Please pass this down to anyone from our batch that you know of...

Quite Bored....

Niga neomu bogoshipeun naren
Neomu kyeondigi himdeul nareneun
Neoreul saranghanda ipgae maemdola
Honja da shi tto crying for you
Honja da shi tto missing for you
Baby! I love you! I'm waiting for you!

the days that i miss u so much
the days when it so hard to bear
the words "i love you" are dancing on my lips
alone once again crying for you
alone once again missing for you

-SS501 - Because I'm Stupid - Kkot Boda Namja OST -

Friday, June 19, 2009

To whoever know this car...

Proton Perdana with registration number PEA 5209 kissed my baby's a$$ this afternoon... causing one little scratch. If you know where to look for this car, let me know... I have one evil plan... hahahahahahaha....

the driver is a woman (which looks like a datin wannabe... supposely a stupid malay...) ignorant enough to just drive away after kissing my baby... if you love ur car, better keep it safe right beside you... sleep with ur car if possible...

Thursday, June 18, 2009

It's time to boycott KFC????

It's not because israel products, or american products or anything like that... it's quality issue... KFC's food quality nowadays are very bad despite the price and the cleanliness 'A' grade...

Yesterday, I bought KFC as my dinner and one of the item is my favorite Zinger... What happen is, without me realizing they give me a very old Zinger... the burger has already shrunk, the bun is hardened... the cheese is already dried out... and of course and as usual, the vege is already blackened...

It is beyond edible... I dont know how long have the burger is made but I can be very sure it's probably already been 24hrs... since it is a take away, so i can't give any complaint to them coz no proof... and i'm not bother to go back to the restaurant again... plus, my cam is already dead... so no picture too.... ARGHHHHHHH.... go to hell...

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Tony Ahn (Former H.O.T) - Yutzupracachia

It's been a while since I post a video here... This time, it's Tony Ahn... once in H.O.T being cute singing Candy... haha...

Credit to ButterflyLadyDee686

"Kad offline la dik..."

There's this one petrol station, selling Petronas petrol... one of the large and important petrol station from Petronas in Penang located in Kampung Jawa... complete with ATM and credit card payment machine at the pump...

But, unfortunately... I dont own a credit card, only debit cards... so, I have to pay at the counter... But, everytime I go to the counter, "kad offline la dik..." "kad offline la dik..." "kad offline la dik..."

WTF??? or as Azeem would say, watdepak???? you better throw away your machine la if you want to provide such service... annoying you know...

what's worse, the credit card payment machine at the pump is out of order too... then the machine at the counter is also offline... again, watdepak??? how people suppose to pay when they dont have cash???

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Broken Handphone...

My Samsung SGH-E250 is now officially announced as broken... This slider has help me through thick and thin for a long long time... the navigational button is not working anymore... no input even the button is pressed hard...

I need a replacement... huhu...

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

I dont know... Just Feeling Like Rambling Here...

Niga neomu bogo shipeun nal en
Neomu kyeondigi himdeul naleneun
Neoreul saranghanda ibgae maemdola
Honja da shi ddo CRYING FOR YOU
Honja da shi ddo MISSING FOR YOU
Baby! I love you! I’m waiting for you!

-SS501 - Because I'm Stupid -
-Kkot Boda Namja OST-

Monday, June 8, 2009

To Anonymous Cowards...

Quoted from one of my anonymous reader's comment...

"KUALA TERENGGANU: An eleventh-hour decision to use a space frame design for the roof of the Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Stadium could have led to its collapse on Tuesday morning.

A decision was made at the last minute to cover the grandstand area with a space frame roofing to add a "curvy, grandeur and sophisticated" look to it.

The source said this, coupled with a looming deadline for the opening of the Malaysia Games, was a recipe for a disaster waiting to happen.

"It was done in a hurry and everyone in the engineering field knows that a space frame design is not an easy thing to build. Besides the difficulty involved, it is also a more expensive option," the source said.
According to civil engineering terms, a space frame is constructed from interlocking struts in a geometrical pattern using steel tubes.

-Quote from The New Straits Times Online, 4th June 2009-"

"Nice" comment for spaceframe design. But why not ask the people who really know?

Just wanna tell you guys... this is the last time I'm attending to such cowardly anonymous comment. After this, anonymous comment like this either will be treated as rubbish or it will be ignored...

Okay, i take it "Nice" comment as not a really nice comment... so, if i'm wrong (which i am 100% sure i am not) please let me know...

In this case, I'm quoting the things from The New Straits Times Online (at least what he is quoting from my entry) and they already said the "the source" is someone who is involved in the project... so, I hope you can accept that... the reason I'm quoting from newspaper is they are the easiest source of something big like this.... So, if you have problems with it, suck it... dont read it, ignore the entry and wait for another entry on another issues...

again, i state here... I'm not a civil engineer, nor someone involved in the project... so, when you read my comments, my thought on something... please and please and please... dont be a sponge... absorb everything I'm giving here... If there are wrong info that you know of, leave me a message so I can make a correction... dont do such impression "aiyaaa... this guy just nk hantam2 gomen je... dont care for wrong info..." I am not a guy who can't accept his own mistakes... so, if you know the truth just state it include the statement quote and I'll publish it here... and do not make it Anonymous... as it most likely being ignored after this because I'm not giving any attention to cowardly comment...

Also, when I make a comment based on newspaper report, please treat it as newspaper report too... newspaper reports tend to mess up few details, so do i when making comments especially based on an already messed up newspaper reports....

So, rather than telling me to ask someone who already knew... why dont you go and check my source if they're already from someone that already knew... if not, come and tell me... if yes, deal with it...


Thursday, June 4, 2009

Few Investigation Results on Stadium Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin's Roof

He said the defects were spotted during the opening of Malaysian Games (Sukma) and the state PWD was alerted about it.Ahmad said he had chaired several meetings with PWD officials and told them to expedite the remedial works.The Armed Forces, he said, also reported that the structure was unstable when they attempted to abseil from the roof during the opening ceremony of the stadium last year.

Ahmad revealed that he had personally spotted defects on the airport roof which required immediate remedial works.

“The finishing at the airport looks shoddy,” he said.

-Quoted from The Star Online, 4th June 2009-

KUALA TERENGGANU: Menteri Besar, Datuk Ahmad Said, semalam mempersoalkan kelewatan Jabatan Kerja Raya (JKR) membaiki kerosakan struktur bumbung Stadium Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin yang runtuh kelmarin, sedangkan masalah itu sudah dikesan sebelum Sukan Malaysia (Sukma) Ke-12 diadakan di situ setahun lalu.

Bagaimanapun, katanya, JKR tidak mengambil sebarang tindakan susulan seperti dijanjikan dan hanya mengadakan mesyuarat dua minggu lalu selepas beliau menghubungi jabatan berkenaan seminggu sebelum itu bagi mengingatkan perkara berkenaan kerana stadium itu akan diserahkan kepada kerajaan negeri, November ini.

Ahmad berkata, Exco juga memutuskan supaya JKR membuat pemeriksaan segera terhadap beberapa prasarana lain yang baru disiapkan, termasuk Lapangan Terbang Sultan Mahmud (LTSM), Pusat Akuatik Batu Burok dan Stadium Tertutup Negeri bagi mengelak sebarang kejadian buruk.

"Saya nampak bangunan berkenaan (seperti) ada yang tak kena... tak betul. Kita bimbang kerana ada atap bangunan LTSM yang tercabut... mungkin sebab ribut dan kebocoran juga berlaku.

-Quote from Berita Harian Online, 4th June 2009-

KUALA TERENGGANU: An eleventh-hour decision to use a space frame design for the roof of the Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Stadium could have led to its collapse on Tuesday morning.

A decision was made at the last minute to cover the grandstand area with a space frame roofing to add a "curvy, grandeur and sophisticated" look to it.

The source said this, coupled with a looming deadline for the opening of the Malaysia Games, was a recipe for a disaster waiting to happen.

"It was done in a hurry and everyone in the engineering field knows that a space frame design is not an easy thing to build. Besides the difficulty involved, it is also a more expensive option," the source said.
According to civil engineering terms, a space frame is constructed from interlocking struts in a geometrical pattern using steel tubes.

-Quote from The New Straits Times Online, 4th June 2009-

So, after all... to summarize this, Defects spotted since SUKMA's Grand Opening, means JKR have one year to rectify this but no action taken... The root cause is still, the rush works due to SUKMA's timeline and because you want to boast to other people, you decide to use something expensive, sophisticated yet hard to build but you want to build it in rush... not much research could be done... Well, what a complete disaster recipe...

JKR is totally screwed up this time... and now, the Airport got structure problems too... Well, until there'll be one death, JKR will keep having the free spirit and yeah, until then I hope there'll be no more JKR... You guys have screwed too many buildings...

And yeah, projek mee maggie should not be initiated anymore... yeah, i know... you guys have a schedule, but if the schedule is not good enough this is what happen you know???? Coz, something like this wouldn't happen if things are not done within it's minimum time... You know, something like building a frame will take minimum 5 days, but optimum is 7 days, then you said "5 days and make it earlier if possible!!!"

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Sebab Mengapa Stadium Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Runtuh....

Spekulasi aku salah sama skali.....

Pada malam sebelum runtuhan berlaku, warga Nebula M78 mengadakan temasya sukan disitu…

Raksasa ketam datang menganggu kerana jeles mereka tidak dibenarkan mengadakan temasya sukan juga…


Conclusion: Len kali Mat Said kene bagi geng2 raksasa ketam wat event jgk....

P to the S: Credit to amidi from JWG Forum V1...

More on Stadium Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Collapse

This news has made it to the front page of the newspapers today.

Bumbung Stadium Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin, Kompleks Sukan Negeri di Gong Badak yang bernilai RM292 juta dan menjadi venue utama Sukan Malaysia (Sukma) 2008 runtuh menyebabkan kira-kira 50 peratus daripada strukturnya musnah.

Kerosakan melibatkan bumbung di bahagian timur stadium sepanjang 400 meter.

Ia menempatkan pintu masuk utama, pintu A, B dan B1 ke tempat duduk awam dan tempat duduk tetamu diraja serta orang kenamaan (VIP).

Tiga pegawai Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM) Terengganu termasuk pengarahnya, Ahmad Sabri Hussin berada di tempat kejadian bagi mengumpul maklumat serta keterangan berhubung kejadian itu.

-Utusan Malaysia Online, 3 Jun 2009-

KUALA TERENGGANU: Sebahagian bumbung Stadium Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin di Kompleks Sukan Gong Badak di sini, runtuh semalam menyebabkan timbul pelbagai persoalan kerana stadium bernilai RM292 juta itu baru setahun digunakan.

Dalam kejadian jam 9.30 pagi itu, struktur bahagian bumbung di tempat duduk utama termasuk Pentas Diraja ranap dan menimpa sebuah kereta, tiga motosikal serta sebuah jentera berat yang diletak berhampiran kawasan itu, tetapi tiada kemalangan jiwa dilaporkan.

Timbalan Perdana Menteri, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, ketika mengulas kejadian itu, mengarahkan kerajaan Terengganu melakukan siasatan segera kerana ia tidak sepatutnya berlaku berikutan stadium itu baru disiapkan dan digunakan pada Sukan Malaysia (Sukma), tahun lalu.

“Hal-hal sebegini yang menyebabkan kita tidak berpuas hati... adakah kejadian itu kerana kontraktor, perunding yang tidak melakukannya dengan betul atau pihak yang mengesahkan kerja akhir tidak membuatnya secara teratur.

“Ia mungkin juga disebabkan hal-hal di luar jangkaan yang kita tidak tahu,” katanya pada sidang media selepas merasmikan Majlis Titian Gemilang kelima di Dewan Tunku Canselor, Universiti Malaya, Kuala Lumpur.

Stadium yang boleh memuatkan 50,000 orang itu, dirasmikan oleh Yang di-Pertuan Agong, Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin pada 10 Mei tahun lalu dan yang pertama di Asia dibina menggunakan sistem bumbung tanpa sokongan tiang.

Muhyiddin berkata, beliau memahami jika kerosakan hanya berlaku sedikit dan bukannya membabitkan keruntuhan yang teruk.

Menteri Besar Terengganu, Datuk Ahmad Said, berkata kejadian itu dianggar membabitkan kerugian kira-kira RM25 juta.

"Memang kita dukacita dengan kejadian ini, tetapi saya bersyukur kerana tidak ada yang cedera. Kebetulan tidak ada sebarang majlis berlangsung dan pekerja yang sedang melakukan kerja pembersihan stadium juga selamat," katanya.

Insiden itu berlaku sehari sebelum Kejohanan Sukan Staff IPTA ke-34 yang sepatutnya bermula hari ini hingga 13 Jun.

Berikutan kejadian itu, kejohanan yang dijadual disempurnakan Menteri Pengajian Tinggi, Datuk Seri Mohamed Khaled Nordin pada 5 Jun, dipindahkan ke beberapa lokasi lain.

Sementara itu, seorang jurutera sebuah syarikat kejuruteraan tempatan yang mahu dikenali sebagai A Mohamed, mendakwa beliau sudah memaklumkan kepada beberapa agensi berkaitan mengenai keadaan struktur bumbung itu yang melengkung.

“Keadaannya semakin ketara sejak beberapa minggu lalu dan saya sudah membuat aduan yang disertakan gambar mengenai keadaan struktur bumbung yang terdedah kepada bahaya, tetapi tiada tindakan diambil.

"Lengkungan pada struktur bumbung tanpa sokongan tiang itu dapat dilihat dari jauh dan setiap kali melihatnya saya bimbang sesuatu yang buruk akan terjadi dan kebimbangan saya menjadi kenyataan hari ini (semalam)," katanya.

Pengarah Jabatan Bomba dan Penyelamat Terengganu, Penguasa Kanan Bomba 1, Pauzan Ahmad, berkata runtuhan itu membabitkan bumbung sepanjang 80 meter daripada keseluruhan 134 meter di kawasan tempat duduk utama termasuk Pentas Diraja.

“Kami mendapat maklumat pada jam 9.45 pagi dan tiga jentera yang bergegas ke tempat kejadian sampai tujuh minit kemudian dan terus membuat penilaian bagi memastikan tiada mangsa terperangkap dan menentukan adakah akan berlaku lagi runtuhan," katanya ditemui di tempat kejadian.

Seorang juruteknik elektrik, Hanafiah Osman, 27, pula berkata dia sedang membaiki lampu jalan di luar stadium itu apabila mendengar bunyi besi berkeriut sebelum struktur bumbung berkenaan runtuh.

"Keadaan ketika itu sungguh mengerikan. Walaupun sedang dalam ketakutan, saya turun dari tiang untuk cuba menyelamatkan kereta saya tetapi sudah terlambat. Rakan saya juga terpaku melihat kemusnahan itu," katanya.

Kereta Perodua Kancil milik Hanafiah yang diletak berhampiran kawasan itu ranap apabila ditimpa runtuhan bumbung itu.

-Berita Harian Online, 3 Jun 2009-

Bold sentences proves my speculation is not just any speculation. People have noticed that and worried, still no action??? And, can't SPRM just wait a little bit until the root cause is determined???? Well, unless you already know that there's corruption involves and you need to cover them up asap, there's no reason for you to be there... at least for the time being. It's not like you are the one who examine the rumbles...

KUALA TERENGGANU: If the roof of the Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Stadium had collapsed today instead of yesterday, thousands of lives may have been lost.

The collapsed roof damaged several vehicles in the car park. — NST picture by Rozainah Zakaria
The collapsed roof damaged several vehicles in the car park. — NST picture by Rozainah Zakaria
For the stadium was scheduled to host the Public Institutions of Higher Learning games which would have seen thousands of competitors and spectators packed in the year-old sports arena.

Although no lives were lost, the collapsed roof has left numerous red faces in the state.

Calling it an embarrassment that had tarnished the country's image, Works Minister Datuk Shaziman Abu Mansor lashed out at contractors for not building a proper structure.

Shaziman said the ministry would investigate the cause of the collapse and an in-house consultant would evaluate the damage.
A car and three motorcycles parked outside the stadium were damaged when about 80 metres of the roof collapsed about 9.30am.

Most of the debris crashed onto the grandstand of the RM292 million ringgit stadium.

"People will say that in Malaysia, not only newly constructed buildings collapse, but even ones earmarked for demolition," he said, referring to the collapse of the Jaya Shopping Centre in Petaling Jaya, Selangor on Thursday, which killed seven Indonesian workers and injured two others.

"There should be no compromise when it comes to selecting the best experts for such jobs."

Shaziman was speaking after visiting the site yesterday afternoon. Also present were Menteri Besar Datuk Ahmad Said, state secretary Datuk Mokhtar Nong and several state executive council members.

On opposition politicians' statements that they would lodge a report with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission on the matter, Shaziman said there was nothing to hide and the ministry would cooperate with the MACC.

Said said the stadium was issued a temporary certificate of fitness by the Public Works Department just before the Malaysian Games last May, although none was required for a government building.

He also estimated damage at RM25 million, adding that a Korean contractor was appointed to construct the roofing structure.

"We don't have the details of why and how it happened but we will wait until the investigations are over," he said, adding that the stadium would be closed until repairs were completed.

He also said the stadium was still under the main contractors', Bina Struktur Sdn Bhd, Emarcon Sdn Bhd and Genggam Mercu, two-year warranty.

-New Straits Times Online, 3 June 2009-

Now I see what SPRM do there... Report has been lodged??

However, the stadium only get temporary CF only for SUKMA... then nothing has been done to re-done the inspection???? No wonder SPRM is there...

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Stadium Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin's Roof Collapse... FInally...

Based on latest reports I received, the roof collapsed at 7.30am, 2nd June 2009 without any wind, storm, tsunami nor earthquake... 1 Perdoua Kancil and 4 motorcycles is the only victim. No other casualties reported. I'm still waiting for the pictures from my parents in Terengganu... hopefully they'll come in soon so I can have them in here...

So far, this news only appear in blogs and Berita Harian Online (from what I know). No root cause has been determined so far yet only few speculation from me (and supported by few others) which could be the most valid the true cause of this incident.

  1. The root cause is the weakness either in structural integrity or material defects. It is however, 7 months before this incident (early December 2008) the roof (the one that collapsed already) have few noticable deformation. Few broken supports noticed. Probably due to rush works to catch up with SUKMA 2008, few defects and mistakes were ignored.
  2. The most important thing is, they got more than 6 months to rectify the problem yet at the end of April 2009, the problem is yet to be rectified. I saw them with my own eyes as I was at the stadium that time. So, why the problem hasn't been rectified when you already have more than 6 months before the roof collapsed???? Only they can answer the question...
Anyway, that's only my speculation. I am not an architect nor civil engineer... It's up to you either to believe, think, or dismiss my opinion. But still, 6 months?????

Hopefully more pictures will come in and I can show them here.

updated 2/6/09 2311hrs... picture came in and uploaded... these pictures are not faked...

Grrrrr.... How could something like this happen...

Well, first and foremost... *blow* *blow* *debu berterbangan* haaaaachiuuuu... *sniff* *sniff*... waaaaaaa.... it's already almost one week since last entry... haha... guess, i've become quite busy plus no idea what to push in as new entry...

right now, hmm... a little bit mad... I got work to do with the machine and currently the machine is down... grrrrr... When I want to use it yesterday, it is being used by other team... and when it's free this morning, the machine breakdown already... haiyaaaa... how come this happen r??? what's more frustrating, the technicians said that the vendor will come in for repair in short time (and the vendor is not yet being seen in the lab) and now the machine is restricted for use (with labels, means it probably for a long time)... wonder if it'll make it this evening... but as per schedule, the machine is occupied this evening... looks like i have to postpone my job again... *sigh*