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I came, I saw, I blogged!!!

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Top 10 Unhealthy Fast Food...

1. Pizza Hut Triple Meat Italiano
• Calories (pct. daily diet): 1280 (49%)
• Saturated Fat: 23g
• Carbohydrate (pct. daily diet): 123 (38%)
• Sodium (pct. daily diet): 3,070mg (133%)
Pizza -- plain with cheese and sauce -- is not particularly unhealthy. This gastronomical overkill featuring "all-natural pepperoni, all-natural Italian sausage and baked ham" is terrible. Pizza Hut offers plenty of healthier choices.
2. Subway 12" Italian B.M.T
• Calories (pct. daily diet): 900 (35%)
• Saturated Fat: 16g
• Carbohydrate (pct. daily diet): 94 (27%)
• Sodium (pct. daily diet): 3,000 mg (130%)
It's easy to see why Subway does not list this sandwich under its "low fat footlongs" on its website. It has a whopping 3,000 mg of salt, 130% of the recommended allotment in a daily diet. "The problem with Subway is the portion size," Munsell says, adding that the problem with this sandwich is the salty luncheon meats. Subway is getting the message about salt. As an April USA Today article noted, "Beginning today, sodium content in Subway's 'Fresh Fit' sandwich line in the U.S. will be cut 28% vs. 2009, when Subway first began to cut salt. And sodium in its overall sandwich line will be cut by 15%, compared with the same period."
3. KFC Chicken Pot Pie
• Calories (pct. daily diet): 790 (30%)
• Saturated Fat: 37g
• Carbohydrate (pct. daily diet): 66 (20%)
• Sodium (pct. daily diet): 1,970mg (86%)
Salty and high in calories, there is little positive that can be said about the KFC Chicken Pot Pie. A Yum! Brands spokesman had this to say: "It's all about providing our consumers with choices, and each of our brands has introduced products that are lower in calories and fat, such as KFC's Kentucky Grilled Chicken, Pizza Hut's Thin 'N Crispy Pizzas and salads and Taco Bell's Drive Thru Diet Menu with seven items less than 9 grams of fat."
In other words, diners have a choice whether they eat something with almost a full day's allotment of sodium in one sitting.
4. Sonic SuperSONIC Bacon Double Cheeseburger with Mayo
• Calories (pct. daily diet): 1,370 (53%)
• Saturated Fat: 36g
• Carbohydrate (pct. daily diet): 55 (17%)
• Sodium (pct. daily diet): 1,610mg (70%)
The name alone should make a diner want to grab a fistful of Lipitor. Those brave enough to chow down on this 1,370-calorie monstrosity probably shouldn't eat much for the rest of the day. Once a regional operator in the South and Midwest, Sonic (Nasdaq: SONC -News) now operates in over 3,500 locations.
5. McDonald's Angus Chipotle BBQ Bacon
• Calories (pct. daily diet): 800 (31%)
• Saturated Fat: 18g
• Carbohydrate (pct. daily diet): 66 (18%)
• Sodium (pct. daily diet): 2,020mg (88%)
The Angus Chipotle is big and has bacon, two red flags for any dieter. "It's problematic," says Munsell, adding that the Golden Arches have borne the brunt of negative publicity about fast food. That's unfair. "We did find that McDonald's did have more healthy options" than other chains, she adds. Indeed, it ended its Super Size promotion a few years ago, no doubt spurred by the publicity surrounding the movie "Super Size Me."
6. Taco Bell XXL Grilled Stuft Beef Burrito
• Calories (pct. daily diet): 880 (34%)
• Saturated Fat: 3g
• Carbohydrate (pct. daily diet): 94 (26%)
• Sodium (pct. daily diet): 2,130mg (93%)
Taco Bell has mastered the art of blending meats and cheese in ever-creative caloric combinations. The XXL Grilled Stuft Beef Burrito is a monument to gluttony. Taco Bell calls it its "biggest burrito yet." It has "a blend of three cheeses -- cheddar, pepper jack and mozzarella -- flavorful seasoned rice, hearty beans, reduced-fat sour cream, chunky guacamole, avocado ranch and fiesta salsa, wrapped up in a warm flour tortilla." Taco Bell's sales have been hurt by the publicity surrounding the quality of its beef.
7. Wendy's Triple
• Calories (pct. daily diet): 1,030 (40%)
• Saturated Fat: 28g
• Carbohydrate (pct. daily diet): 43 (18%)
• Sodium (pct. daily diet): 1,800mg (78%)
Anyone eating this monstrosity might not realize that the USDA recommends that people eat a portion of meat roughly the size of deck of cards. This Wendy's monster burger clocks in at a whopping 423 grams. Wendy's (NYSE: WEN - News) has struggled for years against larger rivals. It unloaded its underperforming Arby's chain earlier this week to private-equity group Roark Capital Group. Wendy's did not respond to a request for comment.
8. Subway Footlong Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki
• Calories (pct. daily diet): 750 (28%)
• Saturated Fat: 2.5g
• Carbohydrate (pct. daily diet): 117 (41%)
• Sodium (pct. daily diet): 1,810 mg (79%)
Subway unhealthy? In some cases, the answer is "yes." While this sandwich is low in calories and fat, it is high in salt. The portions of Subway's footlong sandwiches are too large, Munsell notes. Subway did not respond to a request for comment.
9. Burger King Triple Whopper with Cheese
• Calories (pct. daily diet): 1,180 (44%)
• Saturated Fat: 30g
• Carbohydrate (pct. daily diet): 52 (16%)
• Sodium (pct. daily diet): 1,330mg (58%)
The Triple Whopper makes the Quarter Pounder with Cheese seem like health food. At 1,180 calories, it packs more than twice the punch of the McDonald's burger, which has 535 calories. In a statement to 24/7 Wall St., the company referred to the Triple Whopper as an "indulgent option for our guests." Burger King says it encourages customers to eat healthy choices that provide 650 calories or less -- approximately one-third of a 2,000-calorie diet.
10. Wendy's Baconator Double
• Calories (pct. daily diet): 930 (36%)
• Saturated Fat: 25g
• Carbohydrate (pct. daily diet): 41 (13%)
• Sodium (pct. daily diet): 1,840mg (80%)
Who says you can never have too much bacon? Anyone with sense, that's who. Rudd's Munsell noted with amusement how fast food chains "combine every type of meat on one sandwich." The Baconator was relentlessly hyped for a while. A Wendy's spokesperson did not respond to a request for comment.

Anonymous : Operation Malaysia!!!



We are Anonymous.
We do not forget. 
We do not forgive. 
We are legion. 
Expect us. 

-by Anonymous-

Anonymous merupakan kumpulan hackers antarabangsa yang bertempat di serata dunia. Mereka telah berjaya meng'hack' laman-laman web berprofile tinggi seperti Tabung Kewangan Antarabangsa dan Sony PlayStation Network, serta rangkaian syarikat penerbangan Lockheed Martin Corp dan Citibank di Amerika Utara.

Mereka dijangka akan mula menyerang beberapa laman web kementerian pada jam 03 00 waktu Malaysia sebagai tanda tidak bersetuju berikutan keputusan kerajaan Malaysia untuk menyekat beberapa laman web seperti The Pirate Bay, MegaUpload, Duckfile dan lain-lain lagi. 

Video by Anonymous :-


Mesej Dalam Video Tersebut (English) :

Greetings, Malaysia, We have seen the censorship taken by the Malaysian government, blocking sites like The Pirate Bay, and WikiLeaks. Malaysia is one of the world's strictest governments, even blocking out movies, and television shows. These acts of censorship are inexcusable. You are taking away a basic human right. The internet is here for freedom, without fear of government interference. Do not think that no one else notices. Your structured government has done the talking, and we hear loud and clear. Let this be an announcement to all your people. This is a sign, a warning, and an opportunity to listen to ideas above your own. In a way you are being stubborn. But how will this help anyone or your country. We fear that if you make further decisions to take away human freedom. We are obligated to act fast and have no mercy. For rules were meant to be broken. And corruption was meant to be washed away and forgiven. Now we will wash your corruption away so be prepared. Take this as a favor.

Piala FA milik Terengganu!!!

Akhirnya piala FA menjadi milik Terengganu buat kali kedua selepas menjuarai piala FA sebentar tadi menewaskan Kelantan 1-2...    
Tahniah buat pasukan Terengganu!!! 

Malaysia orders block of The Pirate Bay, MegaUpload, FileServe, and more...

      The media industry in Malaysia is regulated by the Suruhanjaya Komunikasi dan Multimedia Malaysia (SKMM, translated as Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission). The SKMM has the power to implement and enforce the provisions of the communications and multimedia law, regulate all matters relating to communications and multimedia activities not provided for in the communications and multimedia law, and to recommend reforms to existing law.
pirate bay, malaysia, megaupload, fileserve,

      The SKMM sent a memo to ISPs last week titled "Request For Action Under Section 263(2) of The Communications and Multimedia Act CMA 1998," ordering them to completely block various file sharing websites. This was one month after the country's Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak promised that his administration would never censor the Internet.
The document uncovered by Wirawanweb and dated May 30, 2011 revealed that the SKMM is now fighting online copyright infringement. The memo ordered all Malaysian ISPs to immediately block the following 10 popular file sharing websites:
  • http://www.warez-bb.org
  • http://thepiratebay.org
  • http://www.movie2k.to
  • http://www.megavideo.com
  • http://www.putlocker.com
  • http://www.depositfiles.com
  • http://www.duckload.com
  • http://www.fileserve.com
  • http://www.filetube.com
  • http://www.megaupload.com
The letter, signed by Acting Senior Director of the Digital Security Services Division, Eneng Faridah Iskandar, says the aforementioned URLs have been found by the Ministry of Domestic Trade, Co-Operative & Consumerism (KPDNKK) to be in contravention of law in Malaysia. This is because they breach Section 41 of the Copyright Act 1987. The ISPs were given two days to comply upon receiving the letter, and told that failure to do so is an offense under Section 242 of Communications and Multimedia Act 1998.
Reports are coming in that some ISPs blocked all of the URLs in question for at least a few days. Not all of the ISPs complied, however, despite the legal threat.

what the heck!!!  kate tak nak  tapis internet!!! penipu betol la!!! cakap lain, bikin lain... 
to all Malaysian, please!!! open your eyes, open your mind, open you heart!!! seek the truth!!!

Majalah PC #174 (Jun 2011)


Majalah PC merupakan sebuah majalah berbahasa Melayu yang diterbitkan di Malaysia. Ia diterbitkan secara bulanan. Ia merupakan majalah khusus dalam bidang komputer dan diterbitkan secara bulanan. "Sumber komputer, internet dan multimedia" merupakan motto bagi majalah ini.

Majalah ini berharga RM4.80 di Semenanjung Malaysia dan RM5.80 di Sabah/Sarawak. Ia diterbitkan oleh Kumpulan Karangkraf Sdn Bhd.

Ia merupakan majalah berbahasa Melayu tentang komputer paling laris jualannya di Malaysia.

Released by: LeeSha

Date: Jun 2011

File type: PDF, 17.0MB

Pages: 78

upload/scanned by LeeSha and tracked by JIWANG Torrent : Malaysia Movie + Subtitle + TV-Show Torrent Source
A Jiwang MediaTeam Release


download link :
http://hotfile.com/dl/119759444/d232500/Majalah.PC.Jun.2011.Jiwang.ORG.pdf.html
http://www.fileserve.com/file/44X4TZ2/Majalah.PC.Jun.2011.Jiwang.ORG.pdf
http://www.uploadstation.com/file/Jaqf3Nz/Majalah.PC.Jun.2011.Jiwang.ORG.pdf
http://www.filesonic.com/file/1119359984/Majalah.PC.Jun.2011.Jiwang.ORG.pdf

Ade-ade jer...

Catching up with the Rangers ‘piggy bank’ brothers
         Baru-baru nih kat internet famous dengan satu ganbar yg diambil semasa perlawanan baseball diantara Texas Rangers dan Detroit Tigers. Bkn berniat jahat, tetapi pakatan untuk menarik perhatian idola baseball mereka. Rujuk gambar sebelah...


 The 7-year-old Texas Rangers fan posted the now-famous offer on a homemade sign from his seat in right field during Monday's game against the Detroit Tigers.
"Hey Rangers!" it read. "Hit my brother. Win my piggy bank."
But the offer, of course, wasn't as lucrative as it sounds.
"He has a piggy bank, but there's not a whole lot in it," says Ashlee Alexander, Conner's mom, from the family's home in Carthage, Texas.
"Un-uh," Conner admits when asked if he would have parted with his pennies.
Still, the sign was seen by millions on Yahoo and caused a ruckus among some readers. But all you backseat psychologists can breathe easier. Conner says he never really meant any harm for 10-year-old Hunter.
Instead, the boys hoped their ruse would get them on the ballpark's video board and catch the eye of their favorite players,Josh Hamilton(notes) and Nelson Cruz(notes).
"We were going to put a target on my brother, but we didn't have tape to do it," Conner says.
Their popularity on Big League Stew and Yahoo! has prompted over 24,000 Facebook shares and dozens of calls from friends in their small town located about two hours east of Dallas. Morning television programs have also called seeking interviews.
"I guess overwhelmed would be the best way to describe it," says their father, Billy Alexander. "It was just clean, innocent fun. They did what they set out to do, but they just got on [an even bigger] JumboTron."
Billy, a retired firefighter who now runs his own business, and Ashlee, a special education teacher, say their boys are the best of friends. Billy balks at anyone who saw the playful prank as poor parenting.
"They just need to come to Texas and have some fun," he says.
-Jason Sickles is the Dallas editor for Yahoo! Follow him on Twitter-
-Yahoo! Sports-

Durian runtuh!!!

Chicago-area man returns bag with $17K in cash


ROLLING MEADOWS, Ill. – Robert Adams craved an ice-cold drink after finishing his shift on a sweltering workday, but not having enough money to buy the burrito he also wanted left him with two obvious choices: Stop at the ATM, or find a bag containing more than $17,000 in cash.
"I wanted to get a large horchata, which is almost like a rice or coconut milk," Adams told the Daily Herald (Arlington Heights) for a story published Wednesday. "I would have grabbed a chorizo burrito, too, but I didn't have enough money."
That changed Monday when the Chicago-area man stood at a Chase ATM in Rolling Meadows, looked down and discovered on the sidewalk near a newspaper box a clear plastic bag containing receipts, checks and $17,021 in cash — mostly $20 and $100 bills bound by a rubber band.
"I see this plastic bag. It's clear plastic and it's half full of money," Adams said. "I figure this is a joke. Somebody took some napkins and made it look like money. This has to be a setup. People are going to look at me and start laughing."
Adams said he never had the urge to keep any of the money.
"It's not my money. I shouldn't take it. I don't care if you put another zero on there, I wasn't raised to take money that isn't mine," said Adams, a 54-year-old single man who lives in Arlington Heights and credits his deceased parents for teaching him right from wrong. "If I saw you drop it, I'd say, `Excuse me, sir. I think you dropped something.'"
The word "Chase" was printed on the bag, so Adams carried it inside the nearby branch.
"I walk up to the teller and say, `I think you might have left this outside,'" said Adams, figuring an employee left it behind after restocking the ATM. But employees told him the machine is filled from inside and the money didn't belong to the bank.
Adams then called police, who along with bank officials later determined the money was meant for an ATM in Midlothian and had been under the care of Loomis, an armored truck company. Rolling Meadows police took the money to the station, where it was picked up by a Loomis official.
Loomis officials said they were investigating, but have not said whether Adams will get a reward.
"I really don't know what happens with this situation," Adams said.
Onesimo Santillan, owner of the Senor Taco restaurant where Adams originally was headed to indulge his cravings, said the actions of his longtime customer don't surprise him.
"He has been coming in for years, always orders the same thing, very nice guy," Santillan said. "It's hard to find people like that, honest people."
Rolling Meadows Police Chief Dave Scanlan said Adams did good: "We all said right away that this guy deserves something — credit for being an Honest Abe."
Information from: Daily Herald, http://www.dailyherald.com
- dipetik dari Yahoo! news - 
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How to Convert a Computer ATX Power Supply to a Lab Power Supply

Computer power supplies cost around US$30,but lab power supplies can run you $100 or more! By converting the cheap (free) ATX power supplies that can be found in any discarded computer, you can get a phenomenal lab power supply with huge current outputs, short circuit protection, and reasonably tight voltage regulation on the 5V line. On most PSUs, the other lines are unregulated. Specs for an ATX PSU

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