April 2007

Hei Se Hui Mei Mei Nude Photo Leaked

This is a 18-sx post. If you’re under 18, please skip this post now and read my other posts k? Also, this is Not Safe For Work, too! But since it’s Saturday night, who’s in the office anyway?!

I’ve just received the news from one of my friends in Melbourne. If you all have been watching this Taiwanese show called Wo Ai Hei Se Hui (我愛黑澀會) hosted by Blackie (黑人), then you should know this girl.
Hei Se Hui Mei Mei
Hei Se Hui Cutie 容瑄.

The news had it that she stored her photos online in a private album and had it password protected. But then the photo leaked after some hackers got their hands on her password and downloaded the private album.

This is another classic example of why NOT to publish your intimate photos on the Internet, whether it’s password protected or not, cause at the end of the day, hackers will almost certainly get their hands on your assets. Until then, there will be no turning back for your photos.

Below this is an 18-sx news. Don’t continue if you’re not yet 18.

More on the news in Chinese:
黑涩会美眉裸照外流 与男友床上裸拥自拍 – http://ent.sogua.com/articles/890000/890213.htm

Sushi Tie in Sibu

Sushi (寿司) was introduced to Sibu about 3-4 years ago and there are now 3 sushi restaurants in town. Sushi is one of my favorite snacks/foods and I would be craving for it every time I got back to Sibu, cause here in Bintulu where I work, there’s no such thing as a sushi restaurant – although until recently there’s a fusion restaurant providing Japanese food.

Sushi Tie Sibu
This is Sushi Tie. Tie here, is not what we guys wear to a formal interview, or meeting, Tie here is actually the surname of the restaurant owner, meaning ‘pond’ in Chinese.

Furniture settings
The shop ain’t big on the inside, but the way they arrange and sets their furniture makes it big enough to serve up to 50 hungry sushi-lovers at one time – approximately lah.

Decor
Yapunese-stail decorations, as Rojakz Wingz would call it.

The best thing about this restaurant is that, all the prices are very, very affordable, compared to Miri’s Shiki, and Sushi King’s, and other major sushi restaurant. Despite the low price, the quality of their food remains at par to those of major restaurant’s. That keeps me coming back.

Menu
Their menu. My favorite Unagi set is sold for only RM12.90. Where can you get a cheaper sushi mean than that? How much is that in Sushi King btw?

Next time when you visit Sibu, remember to pay this shop a visit. Worth a munch!

P/s: There’s even a forum thread in Sibu.org dedicated to Sushi Tie.

TMnet Streamyx – Paying more for less

Have you ever been to a restaurant where you’ve ordered 2 (Two) plates of Penang Char Kueh Tiaw but ended up only 1 (One) served, somemore without the si ham that you loved so much. Worse to come is, you’ll still have to pay for the TWO platers. I bet if that happens, you’ll swore not to come back to the same restaurant again.

Kueh Tiaw at its best
What you’ve ordered. See those huge prawns and si hams?

What we're getting
What we’ve got. Small portion of left over kueh tiaw. Damn!
Photos credit to cooknengr2

This is what’s happening with Streamyx now. We subscribed for the RM88/month, 1.5Mbps package, but what we really get is the 512Kbps package that only costs RM66/month.

Back to the Penang Char Kuey Tiaw case, it doesn’t seems like a big deal because there are literally hundreds of restaurants out there and you can always go to the other ones. In contrast, we only have 1 (One) Broadband provider here in Malaysia, or rather, Sarawak. (the others are not here yet in Sarawak, so that’s why I’m complaining), and that’s a big deal. You don’t have any choices, and if you wanna surf fast, play DOTA and don’t get fucked up by crazy lags, the best connection we can get is still that lame Streamyx narrowband.

When the broadband is narrowed, corporate users suffer losses due to the inefficient data delivery. Who is to pay for the potential losses? The user. And then when we tried to call for support, their “friendly” help desk assistant will firstly remind you to check your latest bill if you’ve bills that are due. Worst is, TM will immediately suspend your account if you’ve failed to pay their bills on time, not even 1 minute is compromised. The cost of reconnecting, or simply, to click on the un-suspend button on their side of the system, costs RM10. Bloody hell that costs me 1 day worth of meals.

If only they’re as fast to improve their clogged network of infrastructures as suspending accounts would TMnet be a much better broadband provider to be relied on. This conversation took place last week as my Streamyx suddenly fails to connect.

Support: Hello, good afternoon how may I assist you?
Me: Yeah, my Streamyx’s not connecting.
Support: Oh, let me verify your account, can I have your username please,
Me: xxxxxx
Support: And your phone number?
Me: 086-33xx33
Support: Thanks for the verification.
Support: Now you’re saying that you can’t connect to your Streamyx? Let me see, it says here that you’re account is currently active (means not suspended and can still be used).
Support: Let me check your station.

(10 seconds later)

Support: It’s active and up.
Me: But it’s not connecting here even after I’ve restarted my modem and I’ve tried that many times.
Support: Is the DSL indicator on? or blinking?
Me: It is, but the Internet isn’t.
Support: What modem are you using?
Me: Aztech Wireless router modem.
Support: Okay, restart the modem now, and wait for the DSL light to stable.
Me: (Cibai, didn’t I told you that I’ve tried that many times before?!!) Okay, restarting now. (I didn’t do it actually I was just pretending I’m doing it.)…DSL light is now on and stable, but still the Internet isn’t connecting.

And then my customer came into my office, I told the support guy that I’ll call back later, which I didn’t.

That evening, I had my someone in Miri to login onto my account via TMnet’s website and magically, my Streamyx here in Bintulu is connected, when she logs off, the connection got disconnected. I proceed online to pay the bill which wasn’t overdue yet then and the connection came back on again. Do they really have to do this? I remember it wasn’t that strict back then. Payment is pretty strictly controlled, but never the service efficiency.

Die, long time no blog sekali write again sure got something bad happen one! Actually this one I wrote a long time ago but not yet finish but lately got similar stuff happen again so cannot tahan liao, must continue and finish it!


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