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sex calories

Calories we burn whilst having sex!

The Act of Insertion
If the man is ready (same vice-versa) : 1/4 calories
If the woman is not (same vice-versa) : 274 calories

Satisfying Partner (organ size)
Most experts agree that size means nothing. Shape is what counts, and the man with a Shaped organ can write his own ticket. In those rare instances where a man has a genuinely small member, he may have to compensate by working slightly harder, but this is good for weight loss. A man with a really large organ, while he might not have to work as hard once inside, may exhaust himself just trying to convince his partner to let him put it inside.

Normal size : 22 calories
Oversize : 15 calories
Tremendous : 8 calories
Teensy-weensy : 163 calories

Man on top, woman on bottom (facing each other) : 20 calories
Woman on top, man on bottom : 25 calories (Many women find that in addition to its inherent sexual possibilities, this position affords a better view of the clock.)
From the rear (Mysterious variation) : 40 1/2 calories
– Both partners of equal height : 18 calories
– Woman 1 foot taller than a man : 90 calories (The man will have to make several rigorous leaps into the air in order to achieve even minimal satisfaction.)
– While in traction : 124 calories

On a bar stool : 20 calories
Rear of a Honda Civic : 38 calories
In a phone booth
– Standing : 14 calories
– Lying down : 274 calories
On an airliner
– Aisle seat : 24 calories
– Middle seat : 42 calories
– Window seat : 30 calories
– In the lavatory : 100 calories

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sdara run 2004

calling out all ex-sekolah dato’ abdul razak who came to this site to join the sdara run 2004, especially the sdarians 959. basically the event will be held on the 20th and 21st of august, which will feature a 180km run / jog from tanjung malim to the new campus at sungai gadut. we will need 90 volunteers to do the 280km run, therefore each will have to run an average of 2 km. datuk salamon selamat, najib tun razak, etc. are amongst the vip invited for the event. apart from that, they are selling promotional items like sdara t-shirt, caps, car sticker, etc. to collect some funds for the event. however, you are also welcome to make a donation for the event by cash / bank transaction. further information can be obtained from liutenant colonel (rtd.) dr. abdul razak which can be contacted at 019-3742040. please tell this news to other sdarians you know. thanks!

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malaysia is on shortage of stars?

warning: this article was written by a guy who knows nothing about music. some of things he say may not be true or ermm…bullshit…haha

i’m not an entertainment industry buzz. in fact, i don’t care less about the industry. i’m much the need to know basis kind of guy if its come to entertainment. but last night, after watching some tv, being stoned and have a big headache, i realized and noticed that malaysia is on a draught. our country have a shortage of stars apparently. there were soo many talent show nowdays. talent show is like a plague. they are everywhere. it is like the reality show but the contestant dosen’t have to lie, backstab or form an alliances…i guess…

when i was still schooling, i remember that there are some talent show in school put up by the teachers for finding who’s the talent person in the school. hey, i’m not that talent so i stay away from things like this. ha ha. some of my relatives told me that he once joined the bintang rtm and became a backup dancer for rtm. that’s quite good. they are some really talented people, some needs a polishing and some…not…that talent at all or nowdays those william hung wannabe say it as “i don’t have any professional training at all“.

talent search in malaysia began on 1959 where it was named bintang radio (tak glemer lah nama). they improved the show, step by step and finally debuted on tv on 1964. there were also other talent show called bakat tv at that time. when rtm was formed on 1969, bintang rtm also was born. during the production years (1974-1986), bintang rtm produce a lot of stars. some of them were the late sudirman, jamal abdillah, ramlah ram and others. on 1986, they reformat it and it became a talent show with many names such as suara 90’an, teen star and bintang hmi which generates stars like nora, liza hanim, dayang nurfaezah and of course the famous siti nurhaliza and misha omar. it’s safe to say that many of our malaysian artist out there get their kick start in music business by joining the rtm talent show.

when we are nearing the millennium, tv3 came out with their own brand talent show called sinaran passport kegemilangan. it was an instant hit with the tv viewers on all age. sticking their asses in front of tv every sunday afternoon. but, strangely, i don’t see any stars produced on this show. just those guys from senario which was a phenomenon but lasted for about 3-5 years. then some of them parted from that group due to some irreconcilables and formed the aku kaya group. now the show has been cancelled…i guess. last year, there are some talent show emerge, show such as who will win on ntv7 where contestant were given a 10 minutes or so to karaoke. then they judge the winner. of course not to forget the akademi fantasia, a show that some 20 student will be chosen to entered the akademi and every week, they have a concert contest and they booted one student out. it airs on astro. then it became another instant a hit where many of our teenagers and even the old people watch the tv every saturday night, seeing who will be booted off the school.

this year, there are many more to come. the audition which is on ntv7, akademi fantasia season 2 and malaysian idol on 8tv, a show that based on american idol. i wonder who will be the simon cowell of malaysia.

while all these talent show are good for the music industries, which of course produce more stars, it has some ‘keburukan’ in it. last month i saw in a newspaper that some of the akademi fantasia ex-student complains that they were abandoned by the management. i have some say to that ex-student. “wake up lah. being in the music business is not easy. once you have a name in the industry, try to use it wisely. take a look at the other student. they know what to do. bukanla sit there and gigit jari waiting for the management to jaga them and jual their name all the time. (this statement is done without knowing all the facts. but hey, i don’t give a damn)”

but seriously, they should make a talent show where people can write and play their own music. reducing manufactured stars and creating more real talented stars. they also should start a talent show which is not populated by the malays. other race want to enter the talent show and become a star also. the underground music scene which all of the artists write and play their own music needs recognition and more people to buy their album. from my opinion, english artists like flop poppy or butterfingers has to sing in malay to get recognition and more malay people to buy their album. from underground to mainstream. what’s wrong with the malays?

in the end, my opinion is that, such talent show should be reduced. we are already producing many artists. and some if them i even never heard of. there are too many cocky artists who don’t know how to write a song or sing nowdays. plus, the management can’t manage them all the time. so, kesian la the less talented one terbiar and only the strong succeed. tapi, semua nak cari makan juga. they should take care one another. so the industry will have some integrity, be prosperous and recognised in the eyes of the world.

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a path to darkness

this article has been deleted because of:

  • somebody force me to do it.
  • someone warned, harass and black mail me.
  • worried about my family & my security.
  • don’t like the idea of this site being shut downed by the authorities.
  • yeah, what to do. with a simple touch, someone can kill other people creativity and freedom of speech. anyway, i’ll find other interesting article and post it here when i have the time hoping it won’t create a problem (aah…who am i kidding). now i’m busy with my finals. thanks for supporting!

    [edited by the owner at may, 10 2004, 8:16am]

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    politics definition


    Son: Dad, I have to do a special report for school. Can I ask you a question?
    Dad: Sure, son. What’s the question?
    Son: What’s POLITICS?
    Dad: Well son, let’s take our home as an example: I make all the inal decisions on important matters. So let’s call me MANAGEMENT. Your mother spends most of the money, so let’s call her the GOVERNMENT. We take care of you and your needs. So, let’s call you the PEOPLE. We shall call our maid Clara, the WORKERS. And we call your baby brother, the FUTURE. Do you understand what POLITICS means now?
    Son: I’m really not so sure dad. I’ll have to think about it.

    That night, awaken by his baby brother’s crying, the boy went to see what was wrong. Discovering the baby had seriously soiled his diaper, the boy went to his parent’s room and found his mother sound asleep. Not wanting to disturb his mother, he then went to the maid’s room. He peeked through the keyhole, and saw his father in bed with the maid. The boy’s knocking went unanswered by his father and the maid. So, he finally returned to his room and went back to sleep. The next morning at the breakfast table:

    Son: Dad, I now think I understand POLITICS.
    Dad: That’s great son! Please explain to me in your own words.
    Son: Well dad! While MANAGEMENT is screwing the WORKERS, the GOVERNMENT is sound asleep. The PEOPLE are being ignored and the FUTURE is full of shit!

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