Thursday, December 31, 2009

MLOC Gymkhana Super Series 2010


This is how MLOC celebrates our New Year.

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Saturday, July 18, 2009

Hotel Re!

My media pass for FDSG 2009

Eye of Singapore

Hotel Re - The official hotel sponsor for FDSG 2009

staying at 4th floor, room 5

cool option - privacy (mutes doorbell) and make up room button for a 3 star hotel.

bonus link card comes in handy everytime, keeps the power on and therefore a cool room

Philips wall mounted LCD TV...

the centralized aircon that isn't very cold :(

i like buttons :P

the place where we KO at night after a burning hot and tiring day of shooting...

(expensive) room service anyone?

mini bar

that will cost you an arm and a leg -__-"

'the seat' for our human wastegate

the standing shower area is just beside the wash basin

L'Occitane toiletries... but made me smell like Strepsils... yucks...

strepsils smelling shower gel

strepsils smelling shampoo

strepsils smelling conditioner

i have no fucking idea why some of the pics are not upright even after i had rotated it... sigh...

Saturday, July 4, 2009

En route to FDSG 2009

I was supposed to wake up at 4:00am... key word - supposed to... LOL... i woke up at 4:50am instead and rushed like mad to meet up with Fishee at Melaka so i had to improvise...

i think i broke a law somewhere @.@
fishee's new ride... cool center control panel...

before sun burnt face...

after many wrong turns, we finally found the correct road... very nice and cool surroundings...

reaching destination soon... get ready for smoke and burnt rubber

Saturday, June 27, 2009

Mega Convoy for Super GT 2009 - Part 1

This is gonna be a wordy blog post. Pics will be uploaded in another post.

A week has passed since the Super GT 2009 event in Sepang. Our MLOC President organized a really huge convoy of Japanese sports cars to the Super GT. Kudos to the Club Presidents and the committee members of MLOC, Subaru Club, Silvia Club, Fairlady Club, Integra Type R Club and Caldina Club for the success of this convoy. Many thanks to PDRM, especially Ketua Polis from IPK Shah Alam who led our convoy with 2 PDRM Mitsubishi Evolution X and also the outriders who helped to control the traffic.

This was my first big convoy and it was really fun!!! I think there were about 180 cars that morning. MLOC KL members was to gather before the Seafield toll plaza at 7:30am to wait for members from Melaka and Johor. This meant that I had to drag my lazy ass off of my bed at 5:30am in the morning to meet Kepong/Damansara members for breakfast at SS2 Pelita at 6:30am. I looked like a zombie, needless to say when I reached SS2 for breakfast.

MI's car had a radiator leak which we couldn't identify where was the leak. He had already top up 2 bottles of 1.5 litre but the water seems to just disappear. Anyway, we all agreed to behave and drive slowly to Seafield to meet the others. We were there at 7:30am right on the dot and MI had to open his bonnet to top up the fluids in his radiator again. Of course, being the monkeys and assholes that we are, we all teased him for opening the bonnet and showing us his engine bay. LOL!!!

Other MLOC KL members started showing up followed by the southern members. As fate would have it, only ONE toll booth for ticket was open. Imagine the queue of about 40 of us, all waiting to take the ticket. Anyway, once we all cleared the toll, we headed towards the USJ rest area (near the USJ Go-Kart circuit) to meet up with the other car clubs.

After a safety briefing and also some "reminders" on the rules that many of us are breaking (fancy number plates, dark tinted windows, noisy exhausts), the weather decided to screw with us by pouring for... 10 minutes. Fuck!!! It always rains when I wash my car. Anyway, we were all lining up and getting ready to start the convoy. I'm not too sure which club went out first but we were the last car club to exit from the rest area right after the Subarus. There was even a photographer taking pics of every car that is rolling out into the Elite highway.

Then it came to my turn. I was pretty nervous as the Ketua Polis was right at the exit, flagging us off and due to my twin plate clutch, I had a hard time to feather the throttle lightly so I don't stall my engine and look like an idiot or look like I'm showing off by revving up right in front of him. Anyway, I couldn't afford to have my car jerking like it's gone berserk so I went heavy on the throttle and power out into the highway.

This is when it gets interesting. The Evo 5 in front of me probably had about 10 to 15 seconds head start max before I was out on the highway AND IT WAS NOWHERE TO BE SEEN. Wow!!! Bearing in mind that my turbo couldn't hold boost properly as my actuator seemed to be jammed, I had already set a lower boost warning to 1.1 bar so I don't blow my turbo and blast shrapnel from my exhaust into the car behind me.

I gave chase and shifted around 5k rpm, way below the redline of 7k rpm and in no time I was in 6th gear. I watched the speedo rise from 140 to 160 to 180 and right up to about 220 but THERE WERE STILL NO SIGN OF THE CAR!!! WTF??? How fast are those guys going? I figured I had held 210-220kmh for about 5 minutes or so before I could see those guys in front. These guys are really having a lot of fun flooring it!!! Ok, I had fun flooring it also. And then came the first chesticle experience.

Have you ever felt so much fear that your balls shrink like all the way up to your chest? I call that the chesticle experience. When I caught up with those guys in front, I had lifted off the throttle and we were probably cruising around 180kmh and I maintained around 10 car distance as I'm a bit paranoid and don't wish to merge my Voltex front into the Evo 5 rear ahead.

Suddenly, the Evo 5 in front of me started to get real close. Either I'm suddenly gaining speed or the car in front of me is rapidly losing speed. I jammed on the brakes and in a frenzy, downshifted furiously to stop my car from turning into a halfcut. Thank God for ABS as I didn't lock up any of the wheels. At the same time, I was praying that the blue Evo behind me don't slam into my rear as well!!! I think I was probably an inch away from the Evo 5 when my car had fully stopped. The guy behind me must be pretty close to my rear bumper too, judging from the fact that I can see his wide eyes and his face clearly from my rear view mirror. A few Evos had to take evasive measures and they swerved to the middle lane for more braking room. I could feel the sweat on my palm and realized that I was breathing heavily. I had no idea why they suddenly braked so hard but it was a very close call.

Being a little more paranoid than ever, I made sure I was driving a little bit slower this time, below 180kmh and kept the same distance and like some D grade movie re-runs, it happened again. Suddenly everyone was braking hard and this time, I was better prepared and managed to stop with a safer distance of... a few inches. A few more Evos shot past on my left side, braking like crazy. I could hear them downshifting hard to cut the speed also. This time, it was due to road works. A 3 lane highway turned into a 2 lane and to make matters worse, a truck had overturned, turning it into a 1 lane road.

Godamnit!!! Are those guys for real? Its Super GT weekend and there will be A LOT of cars using that road. How could they close it off for road works? It even caused the accident and nearly caused a long pileup of Evos. Fuck the idiot who gave the order to do the road works on that day. Later on, I heard that there was a kid who was lying by the roadside covered with blood. The poor kid must have been in the truck, a victim of the stupidity of the idiot who gave the green light for road works.

The rest of the journey was uneventful and we all arrived safe and sound at SIC and all of us queued up to park our cars in the mall area near the grandstand. Apart from the chesticle experience, it was a really fun convoy and I'm really looking forward to the next big one and according to our Mr P, they are already planning the next big one!!!

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Megan Fox is a man? OMFG!!!

I don't know if this is a sick joke but if it's really true, a lot of guys will be devastated. Why? Because they have been drooling at a tranny and waiting for the sequel to Transformers II for years... damn... I hope it's a sick joke.


LOS ANGELES, CA – The internet has been abuzz since this Sunday’s Golden Globes ceremony, where Megan Fox jokingly remarked that she looked like a man. When interviewed on the red carpet, she said “I look like Alan Alda in drag. I’m a tranny. I’m a man.” At the time, reporters passed it off as a jovial attempt to cover for her nerves. However, today she has cleared the air and officially reported: she’s really a man.

Megan Fox was born Mitchell Reed Fox in Rockwood, Tennessee. From an early age, Mitchell showed an interest in both performing and women’s clothing. When having a preacher lay hands on him did not ‘cure’ him of these interests, his parents simply put him on the pageant circuit.

By the age of 13, Mitchell had already started a career as a female child performer called ‘Megan Fox’. Making her debut on an Olsen Twins straight-to-video release, the twins have kept his secret all this time.

As a sweet 16 present, Fox’s parents offered him sexual reassignment surgery, which, given their child’s career, they’d hoped to write off as a business expense. Unfortunately laws prohibit such surgery to be done to minors.

Since then Megan has been working non-stop, and been included on many Hottest Women lists in publications around the world. Megan, as she goes by now exclusively, also noted this Sunday how much she wants Salma Hayek’s figure. She has even scheduled surgery later this month to get it. After the two met in New York this week, Hayek offered to have a cast made of her bust so doctors can match them exactly on Megan Fox’s chest. The internet is already speculating whether this news will be worked into the plot of the upcoming Transformers sequel.

Damn... the week just got a lot more worse... DAMN!!!

Friday, June 19, 2009

Love is blind... really?

People keep saying love is blind. What do they mean actually? What does it mean actually? Is it something like you will forgive whatever your lover does? Or does it mean accepting him/her as they are be it good or bad? What about giving them the best that you can? Or giving them more than you can afford to?

What is love? There are many interpretations of love out there. What is your version of love? To me, it doesn't matter what other people think. What is important is, that you and your lover have the same interpretation of love. This makes it easier for both to accept who they are and who their lovers are. Simply put, to be "on the same channel".

Love is very fluid and involves many emotions. It cannot be dissected and researched to yield a definitive answer. It cannot be fathomed or understood by a 3rd party. It cannot be measured with the same yardstick so... who are we to say that love is blind?

Some are willing to die for their lovers while there are some who prefers to live. Some are willing to sacrifice while some only care about how much they are getting. We all get worked up when we see lopsided love but who are we to judge them and say that it is a lopsided love?

I have no idea why i wrote this piece. It just erm... came to my mind and... I just babbled here. Oh well, who cares about what I think. Most importantly, what do you think? What is your version of love? Does your lover share the same thoughts on love that you do?

It seems a lil bit depressing to write about this topic on a Friday. We all want a good relationship that has a fairy tale ending to it. It'll be nice won't it. Just like Taylor Swift's version of Romeo and Juliet.

I love the song btw...

Tuesday, June 16, 2009