Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Tripple A: k.e.m.a.t.i.a.n.

Tripple A: k.e.m.a.t.i.a.n.: "Marabbuka... jawab2..hehe dah bersedia dengan kematian?? Assalamualaikum. post ni xdak papepun..padan muka sapa suruh baca.. saja na..."

k.e.m.a.t.i.a.n.



Marabbuka...
jawab2..hehe
dah bersedia dengan kematian??
Assalamualaikum.

post ni xdak papepun..padan muka sapa suruh baca..
saja nak menganjing post blog Abe Wie yang bertajuk k.e.m.a.t.a.n.g.a.n tu...haha (http://eha90.blogspot.com/2011/04/kematangan.html?spref=fb)

oh ahmad sabri..ko hack facebook aku eh....peperangan hancking tercetus kembali...tunggu....

HASIL KERJA JAHAT ABE WIE

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Tripple A: Shocking reveal 2!!! Penduduk KIAM baca skali lagi...

Tripple A: Shocking reveal 2!!! Penduduk KIAM baca skali lagi...: "Assalamualaikum.. hai kawan-kawan!!.. amacam geli x gambar kat atas??hehe sebenarnya gambar kat atas tu HIASAN je.. jangan panik eh.. =p..."

Shocking reveal 2!!! Penduduk KIAM baca skali lagi!




Assalamualaikum.. hai kawan-kawan!!..
amacam geli x gambar kat atas??hehe

sebenarnya gambar kat atas tu HIASAN je..
jangan panik eh.. =p.

tujuan aku tulis entri kali ni adalah untuk memperjelas kan kepada semua tentang satu perkara yang telah disalah anggap penduduk KIAM..
berbalik kepada entri aku sebelum ni..http://tripple91.blogspot.com/2011/04/shocking-penduduk-kiam-harus-baca.html...
ramai yang telah salah anggap gerai mana yang aku cakap kotor tu...

di sini aku ingin tegaskan sekali lagi.. gerai yang aku maksudkan dalam entri blog aku yang lepas adalah yang menjual GORENG PISANG DAN AIR-AIR YANG BUKAK DI SIANG HARI..
bukan gerai yang jual lauk-pauk yang bukak malam2 tu...
kesian kat makcik yang jual lauk malam2 tu..
dia xbersalah pun..

Bukan makcik sebelah burger ni..dia ok!


ramai yang cakap kat aku selepas aku post entri tu budak2 ni dah xberani beli kat makcik tu dah...
JANGAN!! KESIAN MAK CIK TU... DIA XBERSALAH LANGSUNG!!..
yang menjual lipas kepada orang ramai tu adalah makcik yang goreng pisang tu!!..

kesian aku tengok..dah lengang dah gerai makcik jual lauk tu..
tadi pegi kul 8.30 pun lauk banyak lagi..
selalu habis je...

disini saya ingin memohon maaf kepada sesiapa yang berkenaan..
bukan niat untuk menjatuhkan perniagaan sesiapa...
pandai2 lah menilai sendiri..bye..

p/s: dont worry!! aku pun makan kat mak cik yang jual lauk tu..sedap!! bersih je.. dia xberkenaan langsung ngan makcik goreng pisang...sori makcik..huhu

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Tripple A: Shocking! Penduduk KIAM harus baca!

Tripple A: Shocking! Penduduk KIAM harus baca!: "salam..salam satu Malaysia..cewah.. tajuk post kali ni macam gempak kan..hehe. sebenarnya memang gempak pun..boleh mencetuskan gegak gempit..."

Shocking! Penduduk KIAM harus baca!


salam..salam satu Malaysia..cewah..
tajuk post kali ni macam gempak kan..hehe.
sebenarnya memang gempak pun..boleh mencetuskan gegak gempita lagi gitu..aww.. =p

ceritanya bermula begini...
setelah pulang dari melawat kawan aku yang meninggal dunia akibat kemalangan di Hospital Kuala Lumpur (Al-Fatihah buat arwah Siti Khadijah) dan juga melawat wan auni yang juga terlibat dalam kemalangan tersebut berada di wad di hospital serdang,,,,
perutku berasa sangat lapar dan dahaga...bercampur pula dengan perasaan hiba.. =(

sesampainya aku di KIAM (Kolej Idris Al-Marbawi,tempat tinggal aku sekarang,seksyen 1 Bangi)....
aku terlihat ada sebuah gerai yang menjual cucur2 yang kelihatan enak dan sedap..
disamping itu juga ada terjual nasi berlauk disitu..
kebetulan pula perutku sedang berbunyi kerana aku langsung tidak menjamah sebiji nasik pun dari semalam...
ku singgah ke gerai tersebut..(cewah macam ayat buku ja..lantak la..macam best ja..hehe..)
aku pun beli la nasi ape tah dia jual kat situ..mintak nasi putih aku letak ayam seketul...ati ayam sikit..beli air tebu satu..memang kecor air liur la kan..wahhh.....

kebetulan pula sahabatku jejai!(azizi) datang dan aku tumpangla dia naik moto ke rumahku..
kebetulan pula aku xbawak kunci rumah!!!! alamak..
lepakla dulu kat rumah Bang Man zoro (Rahman).

aku apa lagi buka la bungkusan nasi tadi..
macam sedap je tengok nasi tu..
nyum2...

aku bukak kan....dah jadi habit aku xmakan kulit ayam aku selak la letak tepi... TIBA-TIBA!!!!!







tiba2...














xlalu la nak cita...bluek!!! tengok jala gambaq ni...eeeee!!!!!!





ya saya tau ni LIPAS!!!...haram betoi!..saya xmau lauk lebih makcik!!!! saya xmakan lipas ni!!!!...huh...
nampak sedap kan?????

hilang terus selera aku....
terus start moto nak p tukar..mintak pampasan ka...
nak tau dia cakap apa???

aku: mak cik mai sini sat,nasi ni ada lipas..cna ni??
makcik:  tadi awak amek sendiri kan lauk ni??
aku: memang la saya amik sendiri tapi bukan saya yang masak lauk ni!!!!

last2 dia bagi aku cucoq penuh plastik..tutup mulut ka apa??
mampuih aku nak makan...eeee..buang terus..

so...bukan nak jatuhkan perniagaan sesapa...
tapi just peringatan la..nak beniaga kebersihan kenala jaga...
xkata gerai makcik kotoq pun..
xpuas hati mai sini ya mak cik kalo baca blog saya ni..hehe...
sempat ka baca..ka kalut goreng cucoq ja..( angin lak aku)hehe

k thats all folks!! nilai sendiri.. bye =D

p/s: makcik tu dulu pakai tudung elok2 p gatai bukak buat apa....ish..ish..ish..

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Tripple A: Rahsia tentera Malaysia ll

Tripple A: Rahsia tentera Malaysia ll: "Kepada sesapa yang penah terbaca blog aku dulu yang bertajukkan Rahsia Ketenteraan Malaysia mesti penah terbaca yang pencerobohan komando Ma..."

Rahsia tentera Malaysia ll

Kepada sesapa yang penah terbaca blog aku dulu yang bertajukkan Rahsia Ketenteraan Malaysia mesti penah terbaca yang pencerobohan komando Malaysia ke dalam Air base Singapore kan (ada dalam ni..http://tripple91.blogspot.com/2011/03/tripple-rahsia-ketenteraan-malaysia.html)
.aku pun xpasti sangat benda ni..tapi ada satu article yang seakan boleh mengesahkan benda ni...

ni dia article tu...tapi kalo malas baca..hampa baca yang sudah dibold jela..aku tau hampa malas..haha..
enjoy reading!




THE STALLED WATER TALKS BETWEEN Malaysia and Singapore can now restart only with a meeting of the two Prime Ministers. The two negotiating teams cannot overcome the impasse, for one does not understand the other and the other only too well. For the talks to resume, Singapore must ask for it. But she would not without some guarantees from Malaysia. Singapore botched the talks, in the Malay mind, when she revealed confidential documents in an unresolved issue. And proved she would in future in a regional dispute when she published confidential correspondence between Singapore and Indonesia over trade statistics. Singapore insists the letter of the law must be honoured.
Malaysia has now released a series of advertisements putting her case public for Singapore to rebut when, if, talks resume. The National Economic Action Council (NEAC) placed the advertisements but behind it is the Prime Minister, Dato’ Seri Mahathir Mohamed’s deft hand. It is brilliant. It tells Singapore what she must resolve before an amicable settlement. It is also pointless. Malaysia need not have to make its case public. For Singapore is painted into a corner. It is all but impossible for the talks to resume until the two Prime Ministers, Dr Mahathir and Mr Goh Chok Tong, meet in Putra Jaya. Both Malaysia and Singapore know this. But Dr Mahathir is on his way out, and it would be Dato’ Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, who would in his place. Would Singapore allow it or send in the deputy prime minister instead? More than the water talks, Dr Mahathir has raised the spectre of, to use the current buzz-word, regime change in Singapore.
Singapore ignores the historical past. Why did Malaya, as she then was, agree to three cents (the sen came later) per 1,000 gallons in the agreements of 1961 and 1962? Johore had wanted a far higher price, but Singapore was making its case to join Malaysia, and the then Prime Minister, Tengku Abdul Rahman Putra, decided that since the two states would be in the newly formed Malaysia, there was no need for the island state to pay too high a price. But Singapore left the Malaysian federation two years later in 1965. The agreement provides for a review after 25 years, and when the purchasing value of the dollar declines. Singapore does not accept this. She did not in 1986 and 1987, and that was unravelled only when the then Singapore prime minister, Mr Lee Kuan Yew, came to pay, in the Malay mind, homage to Dr Mahathir. That is how it is view here. Nothing can erase that.
Singapore goes for broke in talks when there is political uncertainty in Malaysia. In 1986 and 1987, Dr Mahathir was fighting for his political life. UMNO had been declared an unlawful political organisation by the courts, and few concentrated their attention on the water talks. It is an issue now when there would be a new Prime Minister of Malaysia in three months. And stumbled in both because the Malays close ranks when there is an external threat like this, when an outsider tries to take advantage of internal mayhem. If anything, the new Prime Minister, Dato’ Seri Abdullah, must, indeed would, be unbendable in the water talks.
Malaysia has over the years created an efficient smokescreen with a number of pointless issues, which Singapore saw as proof of Kuala Lumpur’s perfidy. The second bridge, the needless quarrel over the CIQ, the railway land, and others were brought out for the end game. At first I wondered why but it was a deliberate plan of Dr Mahathir’s to seize the advantage in Malaysia’s favour. He has. It would not be easy for Singapore under his successor, or the successor of his successor, to reach agreement without the two prime ministers meeting.
In the next stage in the talks, over raising the price Singapore pays for water, a similar deadlock has occurred: the Singaporeans insist on its pound of flesh and it is not agreed presses for a public humiliation of Malaysia. All that matters in Singapore is the present, devoid of the historical past, framed in graphs and pie charts. And she cannot understand a Malaysia, for all its commitment to a technological future, is still mired in a cultural and religious mindset. In Malaysia, there is an acceptance that nations, no matter how powerful, blunder through, and that must be taken into account in every matter. Especially in talks.
Singapore does not understand or accept this. Which is why a think tank in the republic holds a seminar next month on the Malay mind, with two prominent Malaysians, neither Malay, leading it in an attempt find an instant answer. Could cultural forms be understood and learnt at seminars like this if the national mood is to drag the other side’s nose to the ground? When Singapore positions itself, with Israeli help, as a Chinese island in a hostile Malay sea, as Israel in the Middle East, and believes its military might could flatten its neighbours armed might at the onset of hostilities, and conducts its talks with its neighbours as it does, is it not inevitable that many in Malaysia believe that this issue must result in open hostilities? Especially when it was Singapore that began the military arms race with Malaysia when she bought tanks in the late 1960s. And continue to taunt the Malaysian armed forces by her military aircraft straying deep into Trengganu and Kelantan and back into international waters when the RMAF jets scramble from Kuantan.
Malaysia has quietly shown Singapore over how weak her security is. She has slapped the Singapore armed forces in ways that caused it to come unstuck. The most dramatic was when its commandos invaded its high security air missiles base in Bukit Batok overlooking the Straits of Johore and pasted Malaysian stamps on the missiles and replaced the Singapore flag on the commanding officer’s table with the Malaysian flag. Several Singapore officers resigned or were reassigned or demoted. The major who carried it out, who is known by his nickame, Sam, is still around and in the business.
Malaysia believes this tough talk on water is to force the issue to be resolved on the battlefield. A book on Singapore’s armed forces suggest it as a way of reinforcing its own security and ensuring the republic gets all the water she needs. When Jordan said she would divert a river from the Lake Galilee for agricultura, Israel warned Amman that would be a cause for war. Malaysian defence planners say that its armoury is outclassed by Singapore’s. But the Malaysian fighting machine after the war is not. Besides, neither Israel nor the United States would rush to Singapore’s aid should hostilities break out. Not after the quagmire of one in the Middle East and engaging another Muslim nation of the other. As one military planner asked: “Would Singapore cut its nose to spite Malaysia’s face? For should war break out. Singapore would be destroyed no matter what happens. Is that the brinkmanship it displays?” The talks are preferable, but it is Singapore which must ask for it.