Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Bila La Nak Mula niiii

Agak lama juga x merapu kat cini.Apalah yang nak ditulis.No idea.Tired tu...Bila lagi nak mula my diary ni.Entahya,bila tiba time nak menulis je..terasa malas bebeno.Esok kot.may be...Lusa la tu..not sure, but yang pasti akan dicatitkan perjalanan dan pengalaman sebagai seorang Spondylolisthesis.

Lusa..hari yang masih ditunggu...ICE AGE 3.

Pasal movie ni agak laju la cikit coz memang suka tengok movie kanak-kanak.Thriller x suka ker? Bukan x suka tapi penat la.kena lari sana sini,nyorok sana sini...huh! macam2 aksi bergerak ada.penat tau.mata ni naik berpusing nengok movie lagu tu.

Bila nengok movie kanak2 ni...eeemmmmm...tenang je.Apa yang penting,dapatla tido.

ok,thats all 4 2day.....


Sunday, June 28, 2009

We..at TGV



Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

Plot summary
In 17,000 BC, ancient Transformers called the Dynasty of Primes scoured the universe with the intention of draining the energy from stars to create Energon and power the AllSpark, the life source of the Transformers, using a machine called a Sun Harvester. The Primes agreed that life-bearing worlds would be spared, but one of their own betrayed the others and constructed a Sun Harvester on Earth. Unable to beat their brother, the Dynasty sacrificed their bodies in order to hide the Matrix of Leadership, the key used to power the Sun Harvester. The treacherous Prime was dubbed the Fallen, and vowed to seek revenge upon Earth.
In the present day, set two years after the events of the first film, Optimus Prime leads NEST, a military organization consisting of American and British troops allied with his own team of Autobots. The Autobots consist of old and newcomers, Prime having sent an invitation message to all Autobots to come to Earth after the destruction of the AllSpark, which doomed their home planet, Cybertron. The new Autobots include Arcee, Sideswipe, Jolt, and the Twins Skids and Mudflap. During one mission, one of the Decepticons, Demolishor, declares, "The Fallen shall rise again."
Sam Witwicky heads off to college to continue a normal life, leaving behind his Autobot guardian Bumblebee and his girlfriend Mikaela Banes. He finds a piece of the Allspark, which he gives to Mikaela for safekeeping. Wheelie attempts to steal the shard but is captured by Mikaela. Sam meets his college roommate, Leo Spitz, who runs an alien conspiracy website. He also meets Alice, who makes aggressive advances towards him.
Soundwave, a Decepticon intelligence officer, hacks into a satellite to eavesdrop the NEST forces, learning the location of the dead Decepticon leader Megatron and another piece of the AllSpark. He deploys Ravage to retrieve the shard, which is then used to resurrect Megatron. Megatron flies through space to a Decepticon spacecraft, where he is reunited with Starscream and his master, the Fallen. The Fallen instructs Megatron to capture Sam, as his mind now contains the Allspark's knowledge, including the location of the Sun Harvester. Sam has a mental breakdown in his astronomy class, writing Cybertronian symbols on the chalkboard. Mikaela comes to his aid just as Alice attacks, revealed to be a Decepticon Pretender, a Transformer in a human guise. Sam, Mikaela and Leo drive off, running over Alice in the process, but are then captured by Grindor. Scalpel, a Decepticon doctor, prepares to remove Sam's brain, but Optimus and Bumblebee appear and rescue him. In the following battle, Optimus takes on the Decepticons on his own, killing Grindor, however, he is ultimately killed himself, stabbed from behind by Megatron.
Megatron orders a full-scale assault on the planet. The Fallen speaks to the world and advises them to surrender Sam to the Decepticons or they'll continue their attack. Sam's parents are captured by Rampage. Sam, Mikaela, Leo, Bumblebee, the Twins and Wheelie regroup, Leo believing his online rival "RoboWarrior" may be of assistance. The man is revealed to be former Sector Seven agent Simmons. Simmons reveals his hidden alien archive and explains that the Transformers have visited Earth before, as their language is written on ruins all over the world. Wheelie identifies the language as that of the Primes but only a Seeker can translate it; Seekers being used by the Primes to locate suitable stars for harvesting. They find such a Seeker, an aging Decepticon named Jetfire, who defected to the Autobots.
Upon learning the situation, Jetfire teleports the group to Egypt via a space bridge and explains that the tomb of the Primes is located in the surrounding desert, and only a Prime can kill the Fallen. By following the clues, the group find the Matrix in a tomb in Petra, but it crumbles to dust in Sam's hands. Believing the Matrix can still revive Optimus, Sam collects the dust and instructs Simmons to telephone Major William Lennox to bring the other Autobots and Optimus' body.
The military arrives in short order, but are tracked by the Decepticons, resulting in an intense battle. During the battle, Bumblebee rescues Sam's parents from Rampage, killing both him and Ravage in the process. Devastator is then formed and unearths the Sun Harvester in one of Egypt's pyramids before being blown to pieces by a railgun fired from a nearby destroyer. The airforce carpet bombs the Decepticons, but Sam is caught at the edge of the blast and killed. In a vision, Sam meets with the other Primes, who tell him that the Matrix of Leadership must be earned, which Sam has done. Sam is brought back to life and the Matrix reforms from the dust. Sam uses it to revive Optimus, but the Fallen, with aid from Megatron, steals it shortly thereafter to activate the Sun Harvester. Jetfire, having been mortally wounded by Scorponok, gives up his life and parts to give Optimus the strength he needs to defeat the Fallen. Optimus destroys the Sun Harvester and then fights both Megatron and the Fallen, destroying the Fallen and leaving Megatron heavily wounded. Starscream convinces Megatron to retreat.
The film concludes with Optimus stating that the Transformers and humans are now connected by their histories.

Peter Cullen voices Optimus Prime, the Autobot leader. He retains his alternate mode of a blue Peterbilt truck with red flame decals. Cullen recorded a voiceover for the opening scene in August 2008, but began the majority of voice work in November.[28][29] Originally, a cameo was written for Cullen, but it was not included in the final cut of the film.[30]
Bumblebee, the Autobot who befriended Sam and disguises himself as his fifth-generation Chevrolet Camaro. Mark Ryan reportedly reprised his role as Bumblebee from the 2007 movie, but ultimately, no spoken lines by the character were included in the finished film. Ryan also continued his role as stand-in for the robots on set.[31] Bumblebee's voice is still malfunctioning, and he still uses radio soundbites to express some of his emotions. The filmmakers updated his previous appearance as the 2006 Camaro Concept based on the Super Sport version of the 2010 production model.[32] Ed Welburn, vice president of GM Global Design, said the redesigned car emphasized Bumblebee as becoming stronger after having his severed legs reattached in the first film: the new intakes and spoilers show he is a sturdier character.[33]
Jess Harnell voices Ironhide, the Autobot weapons specialist who transforms into a GMC Topkick.[34]
Robert Foxworth voices Ratchet, the Autobot medic who transforms into a search and rescue Hummer H2.[34]
Mark Ryan voices Jetfire, a Seeker and former Decepticon who transforms into a SR-71 Blackbird. His wounds and age have made him choose to become an Autobot.[35] The writers wanted a geriatric robot, and during scripting they gave Jetfire that personality.[36] He creaks, does not transform well, and is said to be running out of energon.[12] Also, he walks with a cane, which doubles as a battle axe.[37] Jetfire initially appeared in the tie-in card game to the 2007 film.
Grey DeLisle voices Arcee, a single consciousness driving three female Transformers that transform into three motorcycles: a pink Ducati superbike,[38] a blue Suzuki B-King 2008,[39] and a purple MV Agusta F4.[40] All three motorcycles feature customizations performed by custom sportsbike builder retroSBK.[41] Although this ability was dropped from the movie, the robots that make up Arcee were once meant to be able to combine into a single robot. This ability can still be seen in the movie's novelization and toy line.[42]While the name "Arcee" is used for the three characters collectively in the film, the accompanying toyline has characterized each bike separately. Thus, the pink bike is called Arcee, and the blue motorcycle is named Chromia. The purple third robot has yet to be characterized in any ancillary media. Arcee was initially meant to appear in the 2007 film as a robot that transformed from a single bike, but was ultimately dropped from it due to concerns of her being too small compared to the other bots,[43] and the fact that the writers felt there was not enough time to explain her "gender", despite her and several other female Transformers appearing in the first film's toy line and tie-in comics.[44] Whether to explain robotic gender or not was something the writers were unsure about, and it remained undecided until post-production, with the issue eventually remaining unaddressed in the finished movie.[45] Arcee rider holograms were played by Erin Naas.[46]
Reno Wilson and Tom Kenny voice Mudflap and Skids, also known as the twins. These Autobot infiltrators transform respectively into a red Chevrolet Trax and green Chevrolet Beat.[32] Mudflap is very hyperactive, while Skids believes himself to be the smarter of the two and tries to come across as mature, but nevertheless appears unable to keep quiet.[47] Bay compared the message of the bumbling but heroic characters to the story The Little Engine That Could.[44] He chose the Beat and Trax for the Autobot twins because he thought those two small cars looked good together.[48] Ed Welburn added when they had designed the cars before Bay selected them, the "character" they wanted to bring to the concepts was a sense that small cars could be as cool as large ones.[33] The twins have the ability to combine. They start the film by combining into a pink and white ice cream van,[49] and although it was probably dropped at some point during production, it was initially said that they would have the ability combine to form a bigger robot.[50]
André Sogliuzzo voices Sideswipe, a silver Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Concept.[32] Having wheels for feet, he moves around skating, similarly to the way Bonecrusher did in the 2007 movie. He is an expert fighter with his swords and tries to get in close with his opponents. At BotCon 2009, the movie writers said Sideswipe was originally scripted to be a Lamborghini as he was in G1, but Bay had his choice of cars and went with the Stingray. Also, the fact that Lamborghini is owned by the Volkswagen Group (long resistant to allowing their brands as Transformers), may have played a part in the decision.[51]
Jolt, a blue Chevrolet Volt armed with a pair of electric whips, befitting his electric car alternate mode.[52] He was a last-minute addition to the cast as General Motors, the film's car supplier, wanted to promote the Volt.[53] The writers had already wanted to include the car in the script before the Writers Guild strike, so they had to work out a character that would fit well within the Autobot team afterwards and convince Bay to approve the addition.[54] Welburn was pleased the Volt's character was christened Jolt by the filmmakers, as it reflected that car's design "character".[33]
Tom Kenny also voices Wheelie, a blue radio-controlled toy monster truck. Wheelie initially serves the Decepticons just because he is scared by them, but during the movie he is convinced by Jetfire that they are allowed to choose sides. Wheelie soon sides with the Autobots after hearing this[55] He is called "Wheels" in the film novel.
Michael York, Kevin Michael Richardson and Robin Atkin Downes voice The Dynasty of Primes, a group of robots that confront Sam while he's on the verge of dying in a vision.

Hugo Weaving voices Megatron, the Decepticon leader.[56] Despite Michael Bay's initial claims of him not returning after he was killed and thrown into the Laurentian Abyss in the first film[57], Megatron is resurrected by the Decepticons with an AllSpark shard as a Cybertronian tank, retaining his flight ability from the 2007 movie (accompaying media says he retains a jet mode). He has become stronger as a result of absorbing the AllSpark that originally killed him.[58] When reviving the character, the writers chose not to rename him Galvatron so as to not confuse the general audience.[59]
Tony Todd voices The Fallen, one of the Original Thirteen Transformers and Megatron's master. He is the one who corrupted Megatron into forming the Decepticons. He had been trapped in another dimension and was able to communicate with the Decepticons via an interdimensional window. The image of his face, seen through this window, served as inspiration for the Decepticon insignia.[60] He is capable of opening Space Bridges at will.[61] Lorenzo di Bonaventura compared The Fallen to Judas Iscariot.[62] Although this form is not in the film, his toy versions transform into a Cybertronian aircraft.[63] The writers selected The Fallen after looking through various cartoons and comics for new characters, because he was the most "elemental" villain.[45] At some point, Leonard Nimoy[64][65] and Frank Welker[59] were considered for voicing the Fallen.
Charlie Adler voices Starscream,[34] the air commander who transforms into an F-22 Raptor. He flew into space at the end of the previous film, and now returns bearing Cybertronian symbols on his body and commanding a new Decepticon army.[66] Chris Mowry, writer of the comic book prequels, stated Starscream differs from his 1980s incarnation because "His motivations are more for the species. He's definitely at odds with what Prime and Megatron have been doing. He thinks that they've both been consumed with greed, for their own selfish reasons, but as he finds out, his plans start to fall through as he’s kind of becoming overwhelmed with the same greed that they had."[67] However, Orci explained that Starscream would have more dialogue than in the first movie,[68] and that dialogue additions during post-production edged Starscream closer towards his 1980s counterpart.[69]
Frank Welker voices Soundwave, Megatron's intelligence officer.[70] He transforms into a Cybertronian craft with jet and satellite capabilities, coordinating the Decepticons' movements around the world.[66] The concept artists also designed an Earth form of a Chevrolet Silverado for him to upgrade into, which Orci stated was dropped.[71] The filmmakers had tried to work Soundwave into the first film twice, and these roles eventually evolved into Blackout and Frenzy. The latter character was particularly thought to be too different from the original.[72][73]
Ravage, a minion of Soundwave that resembles a large one-eyed jaguar that transforms into a cybertronian missile.[44]
John Di Crosta voices The Doctor (known as Scalpel in the toy line), a small, spider-like robot who turns into a microscope. He is a medic and scientist equipped with tools he is seen using to torture Sam. The packaging of his Scout-Class figure details he is skilled in dissecting and rebuilding almost any living organism.[44][74]
Sideways, a silver Audi R8 hiding with Demolishor in Shanghai, China until he is discovered by the Autobots.[75]
Frank Welker[citation needed] provided vocal effects for Grindor, a robot greatly similar to Blackout from the 2007 movie. Grindor shares both Blackout's MH-53 Pave Low helicopter alternative mode, and his robot model, being only differentiated by a lighter paint job and different head model.
The Constructicons, a Decepticon sub-faction of robots that transform into construction vehicles.
Calvin Wimmer voices Demolishor,[66] who transforms into a white Terex O&K RH 400 hydraulic mining excavator.[76] In robot mode, his treads turn into huge wheels, enabling him to roll either on the two of them, or only on the front one, with the rear one lifted behind his head. During production, the film writers simply called him "Wheelbot",[45] and he is erroneously listed by that name in the film's credits. Also, he is referred to as "Demolisher" in the film novel.
Mixmaster,[77] who transforms into a black and silver Mack concrete mixer truck. He is briefly seen to have a third "battle mode" which appears to be a gun emplacement.[78] According to his toy bio, he is an expert in chemistry and explosives who makes explosives and poisons for the other Decepticons' weapons.[79]
Long Haul,[77] whose alternative mode is a green Caterpillar 773B dump truck.[80] Long Haul's robot mode was designed by freelance artist Josh Nizzi as fan art of the original character. The fan art impressed Bay enough to hire him on to the film.[81]
Kevin Michael Richardson voices Rampage,[77] who transforms into a red Caterpillar D9 bulldozer. His robot mode resembles a centaur with four spider-like legs, and his treads coming out of his hands, which he uses as whips. He also sports a third "jackhammer" mode in which he has a snake-like body and moves by jumping around.[82] Although the character is referred to with his finalized name in on-screen subtitles, during production he was known as "Skipjack"[83], and is erroneously listed by that early name in the film's credits.
Scrapper,[66] a robot that turns into a yellow Caterpillar 992G scoop loader.
An unnamed Constructicon transforming into a white Volvo backhoe is briefly seen when the Constructicons' protoforms first arrive at the cargo ship, but he is never shown again.
Frank Welker also provided vocal effects for Devastator, a 46 feet (14 m) tall (hunched over) massive robot formed by several combining construction vehicles, who walks in a four-legged fashion resembling a gorilla.[62] He is physically unable to stand upright, but would be 100 feet (30 m) to 120 feet (37 m) tall if he did.[61] His jaws can open up to form some sort of suction vortex, and he seems to have grappling hooks he is seen using to climb a pyramid.[12] In the first film, the name "Devastator" was mistakenly given to Brawl, a tank.Although in the toy line these vehicles are characterized into robots, in the movie Devastator's components are never seen to adopt any individual robot modes.The vehicles that make up Devastator are[80][84]:
A black and silver Mack concrete mixer truck forms the head. Called Mixmaster in the toy line.
A red Terex O&K RH 400 hydraulic mining excavator forms the upper torso. Called Scavenger in the toy line.
A yellow Caterpillar 992G scoop loader forms the right arm. Called Scrapper in the toy line.
A yellow Kobelco CK2500 crawler crane forms the left arm. Called Hightower in the toy line.
A red articulated dump truck forms the lower torso. Called Overload in the toy line.
A green Caterpillar 773B dump truck forms the right leg. Called Long Haul in the toy line.
A yellow Caterpillar D9 bulldozer forms the left leg. Called Rampage in the toy line.
Isabel Lucas plays Alice, a Pretender who stalks Sam by pretending to be a co-ed of his. Though not covered in the film, the novelization and comic adaptation explain her adopted earth mode as her duplicating the appearance of a theme park animatronic figure of Alice in Wonderland.
Scorponok, a giant robotic scorpion. After the events of the 2007 film Scorponok hid in the desert and repaired his tail.
The movie features other minor robots, including Insecticons,[75] Reedman (vocal effects by Frank Welker), a razor-thin robot formed by a swarm of marble-sized 'bots dropped by Ravage, and some kitchen appliances from Sam's kitchen brought to life by the AllSpark shard.[85] Among these kitchen bots, is a pyromaniac toaster bot, named Ejector in the toy line,[86] who had also appeared unnamed in Mountain Dew commercials tying in to the 2007 Transformers film.[87] There is also a brief cameo of Frenzy. His decapitated head is seen in a jar in Simmons' posession, with Simmons commenting that it is "still radioactive". Also Bonecrusher's vehicle mode from the 2007 film also makes a cameo appearance among the forces in Egypt while his name used for Mikela's Mastiff. An unnamed robot whose head looks like Barricade from the 2007 film kidnaps the Witwicky parents in France


Friday, June 26, 2009

Waiting 4 TomoRRow...

...Esok, sekolah ganti.But..bukan nak citer pasal skolah ganti tp tentang petang esok....alamak.tomorrow afternoon nak g tengok movie.Whats movies..This movie ...

Ni pun...berebut tiket.Nasib baik,tiket siap booking awal dengan my ex-studen yang keje kat TGV.Thanks Fidah.I love U...pape pun,nx time boleh le u belanja i.

Fans Mourn Michael Jackson


Michael Jackson, 'King of Pop,' dead at 50

LOS ANGELES - Michael Jackson, the "King of Pop" who once moonwalked above the music world, died Thursday as he prepared for a comeback bid to vanquish nightmare years of sexual scandal and financial calamity. He was 50.
Jackson died at UCLA Medical Center after being stricken at his rented home in Holmby Hills. Paramedics tried to resuscitate him at his home for nearly three-quarters of an hour, then rushed him to the hospital, where doctors continued to work on him.
"It is believed he suffered cardiac arrest in his home. However, the cause of his death is unknown until results of the autopsy are known," his brother Jermaine said. Police said they were investigating, standard procedure in high-profile cases.
Jackson's death brought a tragic end to a long, bizarre, sometimes farcical decline from his peak in the 1980s, when he was popular music's premier all-around performer, a uniter of black and white music who shattered the race barrier on MTV, dominated the charts and dazzled even more on stage.
His 1982 album "Thriller" — which included the blockbuster hits "Beat It," "Billie Jean" and "Thriller" — is the best-selling album of all time, with an estimated 50 million copies sold worldwide.
At the time of his death, Jackson was rehearsing hard for what was to be his greatest comeback: He was scheduled for an unprecedented 50 shows at a London arena, with the first set for July 13.
As word of his death spread, MTV switched its programming to play videos from Jackson's heyday. Radio stations began playing marathons of his hits. Hundreds of people gathered outside the hospital. In New York's Times Square, a low groan went up in the crowd when a screen flashed that Jackson had died, and people began relaying the news to friends by cell phone.
"No joke. King of Pop is no more. Wow," Michael Harris, 36, of New York City, read from a text message a friend had sent him. "It's like when Kennedy was assassinated. I will always remember being in Times Square when Michael Jackson died."
The public first knew him as a boy in the late 1960s, when he was the precocious, spinning lead singer of the Jackson 5, the singing group he formed with his four older brothers out of Gary, Ind. Among their No. 1 hits were "I Want You Back," "ABC" and "I'll Be There."
He was perhaps the most exciting performer of his generation, known for his backward-gliding moonwalk, his feverish, crotch-grabbing dance moves and his high-pitched singing, punctuated with squeals and titters. His single sequined glove, tight, military-style jacket and aviator sunglasses were trademarks, as was his ever-changing, surgically altered appearance.
"For Michael to be taken away from us so suddenly at such a young age, I just don't have the words," said Quincy Jones, who produced "Thriller." "He was the consummate entertainer and his contributions and legacy will be felt upon the world forever. I've lost my little brother today, and part of my soul has gone with him."
Jackson ranked alongside Elvis Presley and the Beatles as the biggest pop sensations of all time. He united two of music's biggest names when he was briefly married to Presley's daughter, Lisa Marie, and Jackson's death immediately evoked comparisons to that of Presley himself, who died at age 42 in 1977.
As years went by, Jackson became an increasingly freakish figure — a middle-aged man-child weirdly out of touch with grown-up life. His skin became lighter, his nose narrower, and he spoke in a breathy, girlish voice. He often wore a germ mask while traveling, kept a pet chimpanzee named Bubbles as one of his closest companions, and surrounded himself with children at his Neverland ranch, a storybook playland filled with toys, rides and animals. The tabloids dubbed him "Wacko Jacko."
"It seemed to me that his internal essence was at war with the norms of the world. It's as if he was trying to defy gravity," said Michael Levine, a Hollywood publicist who represented Jackson in the early 1990s. He called Jackson a "disciple of P.T. Barnum" and said the star appeared fragile at the time but was "much more cunning and shrewd about the industry than anyone knew."
Jackson caused a furor in 2002 when he playfully dangled his infant son, Prince Michael II, over a hotel balcony in Berlin while a throng of fans watched from below.
In 2005, he was cleared of charges he molested a 13-year-old cancer survivor at Neverland in 2003. He had been accused of plying the boy with alcohol and groping him, and of engaging in strange and inappropriate behavior with other children.
The case followed years of rumors about Jackson and young boys. In a TV documentary, he acknowledged sharing his bed with children, a practice he described as sweet and not at all sexual.
Despite the acquittal, the lurid allegations that came out in court took a fearsome toll on his career and image, and he fell into serious financial trouble.
Michael Joseph Jackson was born Aug. 29, 1958, in Gary. He was 4 years old when he began singing with his brothers — Marlon, Jermaine, Jackie and Tito — in the Jackson 5. After his early success with bubblegum soul, he struck out on his own, generating innovative, explosive, unstoppable music.
The album "Thriller" alone mixed the dark, serpentine bass and drums and synthesizer approach of "Billie Jean," the grinding Eddie Van Halen solo on "Beat It," and the hiccups and falsettos on "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'."
The peak may have come in 1983, when Motown celebrated its 25th anniversary with an all-star televised concert and Jackson moonwalked off with the show, joining his brothers for a medley of old hits and then leaving them behind with a pointing, crouching, high-kicking, splay-footed, crotch-grabbing run through "Billie Jean."
The audience stood and roared. Jackson raised his fist.
By then he had cemented his place in pop culture. He got the plum Scarecrow role in the 1978 movie musical "The Wiz," a pop-R&B version of "The Wizard of Oz," that starred Diana Ross as Dorothy.
During production of a 1984 Pepsi commercial, Jackson's scalp sustains burns when an explosion sets his hair on fire.
He had strong follow-up albums with 1987's "Bad" and 1991's "Dangerous," but his career began to collapse in 1993 after he was accused of molesting a boy who often stayed at his home. The singer denied any wrongdoing, reached a settlement with the boy's family, reported to be $20 million, and criminal charges were never filed.
Jackson's expressed anger over the allegations on the 1995 album "HIStory," which sold more than 2.4 million copies, but by then, the popularity of Jackson's music was clearly waning, even as public fascination with his increasingly erratic behavior was growing.
Jackson married Lisa Marie Presley in 1994, and they divorced in 1996. Later that year, Jackson married Deborah Rowe, a former nurse for his dermatologist. They had two children together: Michael Joseph Jackson Jr., known as Prince Michael, now 12; and Paris Michael Katherine Jackson, 11. Rowe filed for divorce in 1999.
Jackson also had a third child, Prince Michael II. Now 7, Jackson said the boy nicknamed Blanket as a baby was his biological child born from a surrogate mother.
Cardiac arrest is an abnormal heart rhythm that stops the heart from pumping blood to the body. It can occur after a heart attack or be caused by other heart problems.
Billboard magazine editorial director Bill Werde said Jackson's star power was unmatched. "The world just lost the biggest pop star in history, no matter how you cut it," Werde said. "He's literally the king of pop."
Jackson's 13 No. 1 one hits on the Billboard charts put him behind only Presley, the Beatles and Mariah Carey, Werde said.
"He was on the eve of potentially redeeming his career a little bit," he said. "People might have started to think of him again in a different light."

One day after Michael Jackson's sudden death, speculation was already turning on Friday to what killed the 50-year-old "King of Pop" just weeks before his long-awaited series of comeback concerts.
Jackson, a former child star who became one of the best-selling pop artists of all time before a descending into a strange and reclusive lifestyle, died on Thursday afternoon at a Los Angeles hospital, where he had been rushed in full cardiac arrest after collapsing at his nearby rental home.
Few details were known early on Friday about the circumstances surrounding his death, but the entertainer was reportedly unconscious and not breathing by the time he arrived at UCLA Medical Center, and doctors were unable to revive him.
His body was flown by helicopter from the hospital to the coroner's office late on Thursday.
Brian Oxman, a spokesman for the Jackson family, told CNN on Thursday that the family had been concerned about his health and had tried in vain to take care of him for months.
"Michael appeared at rehearsals a couple of times, he was very seriously trying to be able to do those rehearsals," Oxman said of Jackson's preparations for a series of 50 concerts that were scheduled to begin in London in July.
"His use of medications had gotten in the way, his injuries which he had sustained performing, where he had broken a vertebrae and he had broken his leg from a fall on the stage, were getting in the way," Oxman told CNN.
Authorities have scheduled an autopsy for Friday. But they cautioned that it could take weeks to determine a cause of death, which will likely have to wait for the return of toxicology tests. Those tests will determine if Jackson had any drugs, alcohol or prescription medications in his system.
Detectives from the Los Angeles Police Department's Robbery Homicide division searched Jackson's home in the upscale Holmby Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles at the behest of Chief William Bratton. But they called the investigation an "every day" event.
The London concert swing was billed as a comeback for Jackson, who dominated the pop charts during the 1980s with such hits as "Thriller" and "Billie Jean" and was credited with turning music videos into a costly and cinematic art form.
He is considered one of the most successful entertainers of the past century, with a lifetime sales tally estimated at 750 million records and 13 Grammy Awards.
"Michael was and will remain one of the greatest entertainers that ever lived," said Motown Records founder Berry Gordy, Jackson's first label boss. "He was exceptional, artistic and original. He gave the world his heart and soul through his music."
But Jackson's reputation as a singer and dancer was overshadowed in recent years by his increasingly abnormal appearance, and bizarre lifestyle, which included his friendship with a chimp and a preference for the company of children.
He named his estate in the central California foothills Neverland Valley Ranch, in tribute to the J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan stories, and filled it with amusement park rides and a petting zoo.
Jackson was twice accused of molesting young boys and was charged in 2003 with child sexual abuse. He became even more reclusive following his 2005 acquittal and vowed that he would never again live at Neverland.
Facing a battered reputation and mountain of debts that the Wall Street Journal reported ran to $500 million, Jackson had spent the last two months rehearsing for the London concerts, including Wednesday night at the huge Staples Center arena, home to the Los Angeles Lakers basketball team.
Despite reports of Jackson's ill-health, the promoters of the London shows, AEG Live, said in March that Jackson had passed a 4-1/2 hour physical examination with independent doctors.
"I can't stop crying over the sad news," pop star Madonna said in a statement. "I have always admired Michael Jackson. The world has lost one of the greats but his music will live on forever."
Jackson was born on August 29, 1958, in Gary, Indiana, the seventh of nine children and first performed with his brothers as a member of the Jackson 5.
His 1982 album "Thriller" yielded seven top-10 singles. The album sold 21 million copies in the United States and at least 27 million internationally.
The following year, he unveiled his signature "moonwalk" dance move, gliding across the stage and setting off an instant trend, while performing "Billie Jean" during an NBC special.
In 1994, Jackson married Elvis Presley's only child, Lisa Marie, but the marriage ended in divorce in 1996.
"I'm so very sad and confused with every emotion possible. ... This is such a massive loss on so many levels, words fail me," Presley said in statement.
Jackson married Debbie Rowe the same year and had two children, before splitting in 1999, and he later had another child with an unidentified surrogate mother.
He is survived by three children named Prince Michael I, Paris Michael and Prince Michael II, known for his brief public appearance when his father held him over the railing of a hotel balcony, causing widespread criticism.

A Tribute 2..MJ..rest in peace.

Once upon a time...he is one of my love singer.And now...he is in my memory...rest in peace.

Young Michael burst on the scene at age of 11 as a member of the Jackson 5.

The early '80s brought MJ more fame and success, along with tamer hair and famous friends. Brooke Shields accompanied Michael to the 53rd Academy Awards in 1981
Michael and Diana Ross, former "Wiz" costars and Motown label mates, rubbed shoulders backstage at the American Music Awards.
Michael and his fellow icon Madonna stole the spotlight at the 63rd Annual Academy Awards
One of the many performers to honor Michael at his 30th Anniversary was Usher, who many consider to be Jackson's modern-day equivalent.

Michael's sisters, LaToya and Janet, supported him through thick and thin.

Michael...rest in peace.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Hikayat seekor tungau...

Hari ni..as usual i masuk my kelas kesayangan...tengok la muke2 depa ni...

mamat apis mamat qaiyum mamat eddy

Dalam dok cerita pasal tajuk pertanian...cuba la perkenalkan seekor alient bernama tungau.tanya la sapa yang penah bekenalan ngan tungau ni.adalah dalam 5 enam org je yang kenal.yang lain 2 baru balik dari lundun..patut le idoknye kenal dengan tungau.
i pun mulakanlah hikayat bahawasanya tungau itu boleh didapati pada sepisis ayam kat kampung.mula2..selak bulu ayam 2..n pastikan sampai ke kulitnye.pas 2..tengok pada bahagian yang bekudis..tengok dekat2..lagi dekat..hah!nampak...ada binatang bewarna oren.

secara spontan...depa tu cakap apa?huh!.....Cikgu la tungau..sebab bewarna oren.atas sampai bawah i pakai oren 2day.i looked at myself...iye x iye jugak...so,cover line ni...la manalah saya tau nak described pasal tungau.tapi..pape pun ok la.so...moral of the story,tengok keliling dulu sebelum buat sesuatu.kan dah kena batang idung.x pa la...keletah dan kerenah mereka asam garam seorang guru.

ini le kembar 4...dua dari mereka in my class...tapi....i masih x kenal dan bezakan antara depa.
ni..kelas i relief

Gallstone n Kidney stone(renal stone)..What is the different?

Hola...2day i would like 2 share about 3 different types of disease...Gallstone,Kidney stone(renal stone) n hydronephrosis...Ni pun i collect semua atikel from different source.cari dlm bahasa melayu,tp sayang..elek.Why?bcaus last time my hubby didiagnosed with 3 penyakit tu la.mula2 tu katanya kidney stone...lepas 2 wujud la pulak hydronephrosis n last but not least..gallstone.dia py simptom...hampir sama je.cuma lokasinye yang x serupa...baca la ye..


Gallstone disease is a common medical problem, affecting well over 25 million people. Nearly 1 million new cases of gallstone disease are diagnosed every year . Approximately one-quarter of these require treatment, with a cost to society of several billion dollars annually. In recent years, important advances have been made in the understanding of gallstone disease and in the development of new treatments.

The Gallbladder

The gallbladder is a sac, about the size and shape of a pear, which lies on the undersurface of the liver in the upper right-hand portion of the abdominal cavity. It is connected to the liver and the intestine by a series of small tubes, or ducts. The primary job of the gallbladder is to store bile, which is produced and secreted continuously by the liver, until the bile is needed to aid in digestion. After a meal, the gallbladder contracts and bile flows into the intestine. When digestion of the meal is over, the gallbladder relaxes and once again begins to store bile.
Bile is a brown liquid which contains bile salts, cholesterol, bilirubin and lecithin. About 3 cups of bile are produced by the liver every day. Some substances in bile, including bile salts and lecithin, act like detergents to break up fat so that it can be easily digested. Others, like bilirubin, are waste products. Bilirubin is a dark brown substance which gives a brown color to bile and stool.

Gallstones & How They Form

Gallstones are stones that form in the gall (bile).
Bile is a watery liquid made by the cells of the liver that is important for digesting food in the intestine, particularly fat.
Liver cells secrete the bile they make into small canals within the liver.
The bile flows through the canals and into larger collecting ducts within the liver (the intrahepatic bile ducts).
The bile then flows within the intrahepatic bile ducts out of the liver and into the extrahepatic bile ducts-first into the hepatic bile ducts, then into the common hepatic duct, and finally into the common bile duct.
From the common bile duct, there are two different directions that bile can flow.
The first direction is on down the common bile duct and into the intestine where the bile mixes with food and promotes digestion of food.
The second direction is into the cystic duct, and from there into the gallbladder (often misspelled as gall bladder).
Once in the gallbladder, bile is concentrated by the removal (absorption) of water. During a meal, the muscle that makes up the wall of the gallbladder contracts and squeezes the concentrated bile in the gallbladder back through the cystic duct into the common duct and then into the intestine. (Concentrated bile is much more effective for digestion than the un-concentrated bile that goes from the liver straight into the intestine.) The timing of gallbladder contraction-during a meal-allows the concentrated bile from the gallbladder to mix with food.
Gallstones usually form in the gallbladder; however, they also may form anywhere there is bile; in the intrahepatic, hepatic, common bile, and cystic ducts.
Gallstones also may move about within bile, for example, from the gallbladder into the cystic or common duct.

Gallstones are pieces of hard solid matter in the gallbladder. They form when the components of bile — including cholesterol and bilirubin — precipitate out of solution and form crystals, much as sugar may collect in the bottom of a syrup jar. Almost 80 percent of patients with gallstones have cholesterol stones.

Gallstones may be as small as a grain of sand or as large as a golf ball, and the gallbladder may contain anywhere from one stone to hundreds. Sometimes the gallbladder contains only crystals and stones too small to see with the naked eye. This condition is called biliary sludge.
It is not entirely known why some people develop gallstones and others don’t; however, certain factors are known to increase the likelihood of developing gallstones:
· An increased amount of cholesterol or bilirubin in bile
· Poor contraction of the gallbladder muscle with incomplete emptying of the gallbladder
· Obesity
· Sedentary lifestyle
· Female gender
· Age over forty years old
· Diabetes
· Liver disease
· Family history of gallstones

Pigment (bilirubin) gallstones are found most often in:
· Patients with severe liver disease.
· Patients with some blood disorders such as sickle cell anemia and leukemia.

Cholesterol gallstones are found most often in:
· Women over 20 years of age, especially pregnant women, and men over 60 years of age.
· Overweight men and women.
· People on “crash diets” who lose a lot of weight quickly.
· Patients who use certain medications including birth control pills and cholesterol lowering agents.

Gallstone Symptoms
Many people with gallstones have no symptoms. Often the gallstones are found when a test is performed to evaluate some other problem. So-called “silent gallstones” are likely to remain silent, and no treatment is recommended.
The most typical symptom of gallstone disease is severe steady pain in the upper abdomen or right side. The pain may last for as little as 15 minutes or as long as several hours. The pain may also be felt between the shoulder blades or in the right shoulder. Sometimes patients also have vomiting or sweating. Attacks of gallstone pain may be separated by weeks, months or even years.

Gallstone Complications
It is thought that gallstone pain results from blockage of the gallbladder duct (cystic duct) by a stone. When the blockage is prolonged (greater than several hours), the gallbladder may become inflamed. This condition, called acute cholecystitis, may lead to fever, prolonged pain and eventually infection of the gallbladder. Hospitalization is usually necessary for observation, for treatment with antibiotics and pain medications, and frequently for surgery.
More serious complications may occur when a gallstone passes out of the gallbladder duct and into the main bile duct. If the stone lodges in the main bile duct, it can lead to a serious bile duct infection. If it passes down the bile duct, it can cause an inflammation of the pancreas, which has a common drainage channel with the bile duct. Either of these situations can be extremely dangerous. Stones in the bile duct usually cause pain, fever and jaundice (yellow discoloration of the eyes and skin) sometimes accompanied by itching.

Pain from gallstones
You get pain in your abdomen when a gallstone gets stuck in one of the tubes that carry bile. This pain is steady and bad. You usually feel it in the upper right side of your abdomen. It feels like cramping. Doctors call it biliary pain or biliary colic.
You often get this pain in the evening or at night. And it typically comes on fast, often after you eat. It may stop after only fifteen minutes. But it typically goes away after four hours to six hours. Sometimes it lasts up to 24 hours.
With time, the gallstone may pass. It just goes into your bowel and out in your stool. In that case, your pain goes away.
Your first attack of biliary pain may scare you a lot because it hurts so much. You may think you're having a heart attack. You may have to stop what you are doing. Usually, painkillers such as acetaminophen (Tylenol) and ibuprofen don't work for this kind of pain. Moving around or passing gas doesn't help either.
During an attack of biliary pain, you may also feel sick to your stomach and throw up. You may be sweaty and feel restless. And your abdomen may still feel sore even after the attack has passed.
If you get regular attacks of biliary pain from gallstones, you may also:
· Feel full earlier than usual when eating
· Get indigestion
· Belch a lot after eating
· Get gas or indigestion after eating fatty food.

irritable bowel syndrome

Irritable bowel syndrome is a common condition that causes symptoms such as stomach pain, bloating, diarrhea and constipation. It can be cause long-term discomfort but it doesn't usually lead to serious health problems. Your doctor will check for these, too.

Tests Used to Diagnose Gallstones

The most important parts of any diagnostic process are the patient’s description of symptoms and the doctor’s physical examination. When gallstones are suspected, routine liver blood tests are helpful since bile flow may be blocked and bile may back up into the liver.
o Abdominal ultrasound: Most commonly used to determine the presence of gallstones. A special instrument is used to bounce sound waves against hard objects like stones. Ultrasound is approximately 95 percent effective in diagnosing gallstones; however, it is not very accurate in determining if a stone has passed out of the gallbladder into the bile duct.
o Cholescintigraphy, or HIDA scan: A radioactive tracer is injected into a vein, taken up by the liver and excreted, or eliminated, into the bile. This exam can help determine how well the gallbladder contracts in addition to giving information about whether stones are present within the cystic or common bile ducts.
o CT scans: May detect gallstones; however, are less accurate than abdominal ultrasound.
The most accurate tests to identify stones in the bile duct include:
o Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans.
o Endoscopic ultrasound or EUS (which utilizes a small ultrasound probe at the tip of an endoscope passed into the stomach).
o Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography or ERCP (X-ray dye injected into the bile duct through an endoscope passed through the mouth).
These tests may carry small risks. It is important to talk to your gastroenterologist about which test is most appropriate for you.

Treatments for Gallstones
When gallstones are not causing symptoms, treatment is usually unnecessary. Surgical removal of the gallbladder (cholecystectomy) is the most widely used therapy when symptoms have arisen from gallstones. Patients generally do well after surgery and have no difficulty with digesting food, even though the gallbladder’s function is to aid digestion.
In laparoscopic cholecystectomy, the surgeon makes several incisions in the abdomen through which a tiny video camera and surgical instruments are passed. The video picture is viewed in the operating room on a TV screen, and the gallbladder can be removed by manipulating the surgical instruments. Because the abdominal muscles are not cut, there is less postoperative pain, quicker healing and better cosmetic results. The patient usually can go home from the hospital within a day and resume normal activities within a few days.
Laparoscopic cholecystectomy has become common and is now used for more than 90 percent of all gallbladder removals. However, it cannot be used in all cases. For instance, it may be difficult or dangerous to remove a severely inflamed gallbladder laparoscopically. It may also be more difficult to remove a stone from the bile duct laparoscopically, if one is found at surgery to have passed out of the gallbladder and into the duct. However, stones in the bile duct can frequently be removed with ERCP.
Gallbladder surgery may be complicated by injury to the bile duct, leading either to leakage of bile or scarring and blockage of the duct. Mild cases can frequently be treated without surgery, but severe injury generally requires bile duct surgery. Bile duct injury is the most common complication of laparoscopic cholecystectomy

Gallstones - Prevention
There is no sure way to prevent gallstones. But you can reduce your risk of forming gallstones that can cause symptoms.

Maintain a healthy weight
Stay close to a healthy weight. Research shows that intentional weight loss (dieting, not weight loss from illness) followed by unintentional weight gain may increase your risk for forming gallstones, especially if you are a woman.If you need to lose weight, do so slowly and sensibly. When dieting, aim for a weight loss of only 1lb to 1.5lb per week.

it is also important to avoid rapid weight loss and starvation diets. If you are on a rapid weight-loss diet, it is recommended that you be under a health professional's care. You may want to ask your health professional about taking medicines to help reduce your chances of developing gallstones while you are on such a diet.

Eat regular, balanced meals
Research shows that eating regular meals that contain some fat (which causes the gallbladder to empty) can help prevent gallstones. Eat plenty of whole grains and fiber, and have regular servings of food that contain calcium (found in green, leafy vegetables and milk products). Limit saturated (animal) fat and foods high in cholesterol.

Exercise regularly
Increased levels of physical exercise also may be an important way to reduce your risk of forming gallstones. One study has shown that women who exercised regularly decreased their risk of having to have the gallbladder removed. Exercising 2 to 3 hours per week reduced the women's risk by 20%.

In a large study of men, 2 to 3 hours of moderate running per week reduced by 20% the risk of forming gallstones that cause symptoms. Along with eating a low-fat diet, exercise is also an effective way to help you stay close to a healthy weight and lower your cholesterol and triglyceride levels.

Deciding whether to take estrogen
Some evidence shows that taking hormones such as estrogen after menopause or taking high-dose birth control pills may increase a woman's risk of forming gallstones that cause symptoms.If you are taking such hormones, talk with your health professional.


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