Monday, 29 April 2013


Count The Black Dot!

Rolling Box

Spinning My Eye

Where The Lion?

Which Is Straight Line?

Show Me The Baby

Make It Rolling

Where The Four Person?

Can You See The Artist?

Spin It With You Eyes

They Also Can Move

Make The Blue Gone!

Eyes Can Make It Move


Just wanna give some time for my brain take a break in thinking of major posting (or you can say in the time the brain had frozen with empty idea...). Here I bring to you the beautiful of nature; the moon....

Thursday, 25 April 2013


In this episode (Best Couple Race) famous couple in the Running Man were unite and compete each other for gaining the ultimate couple. With famous 'couple all Korean wanna be' (Lee Bo-young & Lee Sang-yoon) as guest, the race start from trio, and pair in final match. But in final 'Pororo' win the price by his own (he said wanna to share it with his lovely wife....that's some of the funny part).


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Part 5 


Malaysia will be facing for the 13th election day on this May 5 2013. Only about 1 week more for the candidates and parties to convince the voters. Here some of the phenomena due to the campaign period...

p/s: This blog are not been made pointing @ supporting at any certain party in the election (although ya I'm the supporter for 'that' party). I make this blog to share entertainments, news, or what so ever to everyone. So, anyone out there, do have transparency....


Samurai (), usually referred to in Japanese as bushi (武士) or buke (武家), were the military nobility of medieval and early-modern Japan. According to translator William Scott Wilson: "In Chinese, the character 侍 was originally a verb meaning to wait upon or accompany persons in the upper ranks of society, and this is also true of the original term in Japanese, saburau. In both countries the terms were nominalized to mean "those who serve in close attendance to the nobility," the pronunciation in Japanese changing to saburai. According to Wilson, an early reference to the word "samurai" appears in the Kokin Wakashū (905–914), the first imperial anthology of poems, completed in the first part of the 10th century.
By the end of the 12th century, samurai became almost entirely synonymous with bushi, and the word was closely associated with the middle and upper echelons of the warrior class. The samurai followed a set of rules that came to be known as bushidō. While the samurai numbered less than 10% of Japan's population, their teachings can still be found today in both everyday life and in modern Japanese martial arts.

The Term samurai originally meant "those who serve in close attendance to nobility", and was written in the Chinese character (or kanji) that had the same meaning. In Japanese, it was originally pronounced in the pre-Heian period as saburau and later as saburai, then samurai in the Edo period. In Japanese literature, there is an early reference to samurai in the Kokinshū (古今集, early 10th century):
Attendant to your nobility
Ask for your master's umbrella
The dews 'neath the trees of Miyagino
Are thicker than rain
The word bushi (武士, lit. "warrior or armsman") first appears in an early history of Japan called Shoku Nihongi (続日本記, AD 797). In a portion of the book covering the year AD 721, Shoku Nihongi states: "Literary men and Warriors are they whom the nation values". The term bushi is of Chinese origin and adds to the indigenous Japanese words for warrior: tsuwamono and mononofu.
Bushi was the name given to the ancient Japanese soldiers from traditional warrior families. The bushi class was developed mainly in the north of Japan. They formed powerful clans, which in the 12th century were against the noble families who were grouping themselves to support the imperial family who lived in Kyoto. Samurai was a word used by the Kuge aristocratic class with warriors themselves preferring the word bushi. The term Bushidō, the "way of the warrior," is derived from this term and the mansion of a warrior was called bukeyashiki.

The terms bushi and samurai became synonymous near the end of the 12th century, according to William Scott Wilson in his book Ideals of the Samurai—Writings of Japanese Warriors. Wilson's book explores the origins of the word warrior in Japanese history as well as the kanji used to represent the word.
"Breaking down the character bu (武) reveals the radical (止), meaning "to stop," and an abbreviation of the radical (戈 ) "spear." The Shuo Wen, an early Chinese dictionary, gives this definition: "Bu consists of subduing the weapon and therefore stopping the spear." The Tso Chuan, another early Chinese source, goes further:
Bu consists of bun (文), literature or letters (and generally the arts of peace), stopping the spear. Bu prohibits violence and subdues weapons ... it puts the people at peace, and harmonizes the masses.
The radical shi (士) on the other hand seems to have originally meant a person who performs some function or who has the ability in some field. Early in Chinese history it came to define the upper class of society, and in the Book of Han this definition is given :
The shi, the farmer, the craftsman, and the tradesman are the four professions of the people. He who occupies his rank by means of learning is called a shi.
Wilson states that the shi, as the highest of the four classes, brandished the weapons as well as the books. bushi therefore translates as "a man who has the ability to keep the peace, either by literary or military means, but predominantly by the latter".
It was not until the early modern period, namely the Azuchi-Momoyama period and early Edo period of the late 16th and early 17th centuries that the word saburai was replaced with samurai. However, the meaning had changed long before that.

During the era of the rule of the samurai, the term yumitori (弓取, "bowman") was also used as an honorary title of an accomplished warrior even though swordsmanship had become more important. (Japanese archery (kyujutsu) is still strongly associated with the war god Hachiman.)
A samurai with no attachment to a clan or daimyo (大名) was called a ronin (浪人). In Japanese, the word ronin means "wave man", a person destined to wander aimlessly forever, like the waves in the sea. The word came to mean a samurai who was no longer in the service of a lord because his lord had died, because the samurai had been banished or simply because the samurai chose to become a ronin.
The pay of samurai was measured in koku of rice (180 liters; enough to feed a man for one year). Samurai in the service of the han are called hanshi.
The following terms are related to samurai or the samurai tradition:
  • Uruwashii
    a cultured warrior symbolized by the kanji for "bun" (literary study) and "bu" (military study or arts)
  • Buke (武家)
    A martial house or a member of such a house
  • Mononofu (もののふ)
    An ancient term meaning a warrior.
  • Musha (武者)
    A shortened form of bugeisha (武芸者), lit. martial art man.
  • Shi ()
    A word roughly meaning "gentleman," it is sometimes used for samurai, in particular in words such as bushi (武士, meaning warrior or samurai).
  • Tsuwamono ()
    An old term for a soldier popularized by Matsuo Bashō in his famous haiku. Literally meaning a strong person. 
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Thursday, 18 April 2013


Let see all the casts meet their animal characters in this episode. Sees what happen when human giraffe meet meet his 'families', how 'tiger' Joong Kok treat lions. Have fun with 'monkey' Garry, 'impala' Sukjin, 'grashopper' Jaesuk, Haha the 'penguin', 'fox' Jiho, also two guest (Ji Won 'panda' and 'rabbit' Jessica) at amusement park in Soul. How funny when Joong Kok suppressed his anger to fulfill the mission with pair of lion. Even more when Kwang Soo acting with giraffe family. For me, this is on of the best episode...
Let me know if you want to watch it in full episode by leave your comment...

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Wednesday, 17 April 2013


He was the founder and leader of the Nazi Party and the most influential voice in the organization, implementation and execution of the Holocaust, the systematic extermination and ethnic cleansing of six million European Jews and millions of other non-aryans. Hitler was the Head of State, Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces and guiding spirit, or fuhrer, of Germany's Third Reich from 1933 to 1945.
Some pointing him as a lord of evil,others taking him as a mentor of institution and legacies.
For many years, information that  prepared for us is more in dark side of Hitler. Nowadays, exposure that prepare for us in worldwide lot of on a good site of him. It's not my point saying and taking him as a mentor, but the point is how this person been manipulate to be such monster for all this time. Here some note/ articles long time ago been written.

"In England, many people imagine Hitler as a cannibal; but I would like to say how I have found him. He conveys good comradeship. He is unpretentious, naturally and apparently sincere. It is not true that he speaks to individuals as though he were speaking to an assembly.
He has a supreme intellect. I have known only two other men to whom I could apply such distinction - Lord Northcliffe and Lloyd George. If one puts a question to Hitler, he gives an immediate, brilliant clear answer. There is no human being living whose promise on important matters I would trust more readily. He believes that Germany has a Divine calling and that the German people are destined to save Europe from the revolutionary attacks of Communism. He values family life very highly, whereas Communism is its worst enemy. He has thoroughly cleansed the moral, ethical life of Germany, forbidden publication of obscene books, and performance of questionable plays and films.
I spoke with Hitler about one and a half years ago when he said, certain English circles speak of me as an adventurer. My reply to that is that adventurers have built the British Empire!‘
No words can describe his politeness; he disarms men as well as women and can win both at any time with his conciliatory, pleasant smile. He is a man of rare culture. His knowledge of music, the arts and architecture is profound.
Many evidently find it difficult to imagine a cultivated man in accord with a man of determined action
If a vote of general opinion were taken on who was the greatest politician that British history ever produced, the name of Cromwell would very likely head the list. But Cromwell was a man of the greatest determination, and used methods of reckless inconsideration." 
-V. Rothermere, "Warnings and Predictions", p. 180 - 183

"Hitler's political aim and policy is directed toward attaining his goal without loss of blood. He succeeded in ascending to the highest power position in Germany with very little spilling of blood or loss of human life in a land of 68 million inhabitants. Austria was annexed without one shot being fired. The unrest in Palestine cost more lives during the past five years than that in Germany and Austria since its inception and the establishment of the Hitler regime."
 - Daily Mail, May 20, 1938

"In fifteen years that have followed this resolve, he (‘the former corporal and house-painter’) has succeeded in restoring Germany to the most powerful position in Europe, and not only has he restored the position of his country, but he has even, to a very great extent, reversed the results of the Great War ... the vanquished are in process of becoming the victors and the victors the vanquished ... whatever else may be thought about these exploits they are certainly among the most remarkable in the whole history of the world.
"... and the achievement by which the tables have been turned upon the complacent, feckless and purblind victors deserves to be reckoned a prodigy in the history of the world and a prodigy which is inseparable from the personal exertions of life of a single man .... Those who have met Hitler face to face in public, business, or on social terms, have found a highly competent, cool, well-informed functionary with an agreeable manner, a discerning smile, and few have been unaffected by a subtle personal magnetism. Nor is this impression merely the dazzle of power. He exerted it on his companions at every stage in his struggle, even when his fortunes were in the lowest depths .... One may dislike Hitler’s system and yet admire his patriotic achievement. If our country were defeated I hope we should find a champion as admirable to restore our courage and lead us back to our place among th nations.
"There must not be lacking in our leadership something of that spirit of the Austrian corporal who, when all had fallen into ruins about him, and when Germany seemed to have fallen forever into chaos, did not hesitate to march forth against the vast array of victorious nations and has already turned the tables so decisively upon them."
- Churchill, quoted by E. Hughes, "Chirchill - British Bulldog - his career in War and Peace",

"I spoke with Hitler ... In Nürnberg he, Hitler, declared it rightly, that his political movement has created a new Germany. It is not the Germany of the first decade after the war, prostrated, despondent and bowed down in grief and impotence. It is now filled with hope and trust, filled with a new sense of significance and determination to lead its own life without the interference of foreign influences.
For the first time since the war, a general feeling of security and peace prevail. The people are happier. Throughout the land is evident an attitude of universal joy and delight. It is a much happier Germany. I could see that everywhere, and Englishmen I met during my journey, who knew Germany well, were equally much impressed with the great change. That wonderful phenomenon was accomplished by one man ...
This is the fame of mind of the young Germans. With nearly a religious fervor they believe in their movement and in their leader.
This impressed me more than anything else that I experienced during my short visit in that new Germany. A refreshing new atmosphere of an awakening, so uncommonly effective in the unity of that nation.
Catholics and Protestants, Prussians and Bavarians, employer and worker, rich and poor have been united into one nation. Confessions of faith, clans - or class rule and class-extraction can no longer cleave that nation. There is a passion, a sacred fire, a striving for unity, born out of hard necessity."
- Said  Lloyd George, K. Hierl, "In the Service for Germany"

 The dog that said belong to Adolf Hitler. Its time when the dog were missing, making him depression for quit time. If he were that evil, how come the love to his pet, must existed to his heart?