Friends are for a reason, and I would like to thank mine for always being here... There's two types of friends in this world. Theres the kind where you quote stupid movies with. Where you go to the mall, and shop endlessly. Where you talk in weird accents, and act stupid like no ones watching. And then there's the ones who really know you. who know everytime you cry, who have been with you through everything. They're content with just sitting there and holding your hand, not sa...ying a word. Which is better? There is no better or worse. The first kind can get your mind of everything while the second helps you get through everything. These are the ones that you thank God you have.
Aku tertawa (hairan) kepada orang yang mengejar (cinta) dunia padahal kematian terus mengikuti, dan kepada orang yang melalaikan kematian padahal maut tak pernah leka , dan kepada orang yang tertawa lebar sepenuh mulutnya padahal tidak tahu apakah Tuhannya redha atau murka terhadapnya.
Salman al Farisi (Az Zuhd, Imam Ahmad)
RM 2 looks very big when giving to the poor or a beggar, but giving it to a waiter in the hotel seems small.
3 mins for praying becomes very difficult, but it's easy to watch a movie for 3 hrs.
After working the whole day and going to gym, it's not an issue, but for serving or helping our parents, we get tired.
We wait the whole year for valentines day, but many of us dont know when is mother's day...
Even sharing this message is very difficult for us, but it becomes our duty to forward unnecessary jokes.
Im not the doll that people
Can pass to each other. Im like nothing. Sia sabar saja dulu biar sakit hati, waiting the perfect moment to stand up and attack..
Roy Chang 11.35am on 1st October, 2011. Somerville. LowFare Flight.........Fright...!! How Air Asia Compromised Passengers' Safety Read and decide for yourself... Actually they do have a point – if you notice their arrival and departure times, the turnaround time is very short only. Just time only for cleaning the aircraft and passengers to board. Hardly any time for any checking the engines, etc, etc or whatever they need to do………….. I guess this is not the only happening. I was caught in Taipei for 6 hours waiting for the flight to take off and honestly I do not know whether that plane is fit to take off. We were told that something was wrong with the plane and when they checked they could not find the fault and the airport authority in Taipei would not let us go unless AA KL took full responsibility. Guess what?.... KL sent that fax and we took off..... Were we being compromised on our safety? You probably know the answer This guy has a valid point. I always wondered how safe is AirAsia, given the way it is managed and founded and how much is being compromised in the name of profits! I find that it is one of the most unfriendly airline. It still owes my wife RM80/- unpaid for the last 3 years! It is not the money I care about but the principle of honesty in its dealing with customers. Don't believe me, try calling AirAsia and see if you can get through to an operator! Until this Fernandez fellow comes up with a true explanation, leaving no stone unturned, this mail should be spread throughout the world so that those who fly AirAsia know that they do so at their own risk! Good, I hope this warning reach as many people as possible, maybe it is time we should not take for granted that Air Asia is the cheapest flight and try to save less than RM100.00, in exchange for our life. Hope this message reach Air Asia - to shake them up. Thanks for your warning. Our Bangkok trip was superb but it was scarred by one thing. Our flight with Air Asia. I will, and I am pretty certain my friends who were with me too will NEVER, EVER FLY Air Asia again. I do hope Tony Fernandez or his team reads this. You DO NOT compromise the safety of traveller under any circumstances. Even if the flight is free, of which IT is not. The good thing was, everything was on schedule this time - the flight boarding time and all but nightmare soon followed when the plane was on its way to the runway. We were all seated, the plane was packed to the brim as usual and many were seen in chirpy mood after their superb time I presume and the flight attendants were showing us the flight´s safety procedure. Out of the sudden, the plane´s engine STALLED. Came to a total Halt. S-T-O-P-P-E-D. Right there. All the lights went off, no sound was heard from the engine or any equipment in the plane whatsoever. It was total silence from the plane and all we heard were whispers of confusion from our part. The pilot announcement came much later citing main electrical problem and will soon steer the plane back to the gate. I assumed that was for either troubleshooting or putting us into another flight BUT ...AIR ASIA, the HERO ... did not troubleshoot the problem but instead reloaded some program only and restarted the plane´s engine and ready to take off! To make matters worst, there wasn´t even any offer for passengers to get off or to change their flights! Fearing for our safety as images of the engine dying again, we informed the crew on board we are getting off. I was not sure if the pilot had the intention to get back to the gate as the plane were seen heading towards a different direction. Alas after two desperate prompting from us, they did. I thought getting off the plane under such circumstance are our rights. After all, the plane was not 100% fit to fly and it should be checked under any circumstances. But what came next was even better. The Air Asia pilot whom I assume were on his xxx number of flight of the day (he looked tired and his eyes were piercing red) asked if it is necessary for us to get off! Is he afraid that the flight delay will cost the airline xxx amount of Ringgit! Is that of utmost importance? The pilot had the nerve even to explain that this electrical issue is no big deal! Air Asia, can you answer this. What if the engine died again during taking off? What if the engine died in midair? What if the engine died during landing? Air Asia simply can´t guarantee that the engine will not die again without any proper trouble shooting. That would be my last time stepping on an Air Asia plane. No more, thank you. Moreover, I discovered a better flight within Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok route and it is Lufthansa, the reputable German Airline. Not that I´m trying to apple polish them, do hop over to their Lufthansa Technical Group website to understand how stringent the German´s are with Maintenance and Safety System. Here´s my comparison between an Air Asia Flight versus Lufthansa which I took back to Kuala Lumpur. Air Asia Fare Paid : approximately MYR 280 one way Plane Type : Airbus 320 Seat Size : Small and Uncomfortable Luggage : Pay Extra Entertainment : Pay Extra Meals : Pay Extra Pillows and Blankets : Pay Extra Punctuality : Average Safety : Hell No! Pilot Profile : Questionable. I have heard countless stories of Air Asia pilots flying as many flights per day as possible akin to Malaysia Express Bus Service style, and partying up to late nights. Lufthansa Fare Paid : approximately MYR 350 one way Plane Type : Boeing 747 Seat Size : Much roomier than Air Asia as this is a transit flight from Frankfurt to Kuala Lumpur Luggage : 20 kg Entertainment : Included Meals : Full Meal and Drinks including Sparkling Wine Pillow and Blankets : Included Punctuality : Good Safety : Very Safe with Top Notch Safety Procedure provided by Lufthansa Technikar Group (own Maintenance Equipment and Machine in Every Airport in the World) Pilot Profile : The most well paid in the world at approximately 250K Euro per annum. Con : It is a non daily flight Dear readers and friends, Do spread the word around. For your safety, do not save the MYR 70.00 one way difference. You do not know how much the Malaysia government or media had covered up for Air Asia all this while. I simply do not believe they are all clean after this incident. -- Peter Yong