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HSBC Charity Grand Prix pt. Trois

She was quite popular with the kids that day.
Face painting was also quite popular, with a constant stream of kids and adults coming in and out.
Human Foosball was also another attraction. This kid is way too cute to know what the hell’s going on.
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Cute kid.
Even though it’s human foosball, the celebrations on a goal was almost like any other football game.
She was enthusiastic, and keep on going for the ball the whole game.
A little break in the action as the rain sets in.
Everyone was taking shelter.
Glad that I did. Found another model.
Well, it’s not hard to get anyone to pose really.
But I rather like candids like this.
Well, unless they have a cute smile.
‘They see me rollin’, my stroller… Tryna catch me riding dirty…’
‘Nobody knows it, but you’ve got a secret smile, and you use it, only for me…’
A whole lot of models waitin’ in line. A great turn out by the bikers, taking the kids on a ride around Bandar.
The only time I wished I was still 10.
It’s hard to be inconspicuous with a huge lens.
Riding off.
I thought this would be the last picture of the day. I went off for lunch shortly after this, but when I saw the Stormtroopers roaming around the place, I went back to my parking space, and paid for another hour of parking just to catch em.
It turns out, that this was in fact, the guy who went to the 501st Legion march during Macy’s parade last year in New York. I was utterly and totally, geeked out at that moment.
The bikers having a go at the obstacle course.
They were really gunnin’ for it.
And everyone was laughing all the way to the end, with their friends cheering them on.
There weren’t any paddings at the other end of this drop.
Posing with the ‘troopers.
As requested.
Met King there as well, his bike was among those lined up.
As the bikers were yelling out, “A White Tiger is coming through!”

More pics at the HSBC Charity Grand Prix set.

HSBC Charity Grand Prix pt. Deux

Halt, who goes there!?

The set is still uploading. Patience.

HSBC Charity Grand Prix


More to come.

BMW Expo 2007

5 on a 6 series
There are lovely models on display. And then there’s the lovely ladies as well.

One of the model’s backside.

Finishing off with an upskirt shot.

More pics at the BMW Expo 2007 set.

Waiting In Line

An officemate talking to the others while waiting in line to meet and greet His Majesty.

More here.

Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri

A shot of the exterior of the mosque.

A day of forgiveness.

Great time to catch up on my nephews and my nieces, how they’re growing up.

Turns out they only have a set limit tolerance being taken pictures of. Right after this shot, he threw down my songkok and walked away. Just like that.

Youths lucky witnesses of national progress

Syed Rory Malai Hassan

Friday, October 5, 2007

A LARGE segment of the Bruneian population may not have yet been born during His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam’s accession to the throne 40 years ago, but The Brunei Times had no trouble finding youths who can appreciate their monarch’s good work in raising the nation.

Royal Brunei Airlines employee Mohd Abd Hakim Abd Rahim feels that, as the longest-ruling working monarch in the world, His Majesty has brought about a lot of positive transformations in development for the country during his reign.

“In terms of economic development, the sultan has made the country more approachable and friendly for foreign investors which may bring about even more positive changes for the country,” he said.

Rozaimi Johari, an economics teacher from Masin Secondary School, said that over the past 30 years of his own life, there have been substantial improvements which has propelled Brunei on to the international stage.

Haryatie Mohd Antin, who reads Brunei Studies at Universiti Brunei Darussalam, said: “We are very proud to have such a caring working monarch who has successfully steered the nation’s development towards greater heights in terms of education, health, economy and welfare.”

“Our development – even though it may sometimes be misinterpreted as slow – is actually our way of practicing a safe and cautious policy,” she added.

Nizam Rahman, an IT technician from the State Store said that as a citizen of Brunei he is very proud to have such a caring monarch who looks after the welfare of his people and considers the nation close to his heart.

“If his father, the late Sultan Sir Muda Omar ‘Ali Saifuddien Sa’adul Khairi Waddien was known as the Modern Architect of the nation, then His Majesty should be considered as the visionary leader who has successfully brought the nation on par with other countries, on an international level,” he said.

“As a royal statesman, the sultan has introduced to the international stage a glimpse of the nation’s people.

“His management of the preparations made by his late father which he successfully expanded and made as his own is very impressive and shows that he cares quite a lot for the development and progress of his country and nation’s people.”

The Brunei Times

Lol. IT technician. Jim747 got his pic in the paper, but not on the online news item.

Congratulations to Shikin & Pg. Anak Kadir

Shikin & Pg. Anak Kadir

Hoping to be happy until children and your grand children and beyond. Thanks Jim747 for the invite to the wedding reception.

Brunei Fencers Off to Shanghai


10 participants and 4 supervisors from the Brunei Darussalam Fencing Federation departed from Berakas International Airport last Monday for Shanghai to participate in the 2007 Asian Fencing Championships to be held in September at Nantong City, Jiangsu Province.

In 2006, members of the team returned from the 8th SouthEast Asian Fencing Championship in Manila with Gold, Silver and Bronze medals. In Nantong, they will undergo training; and ensuing games is in preparation for the upcoming 24th SEA Games to be held in Thailand.


When death comes calling, so does Oscar the cat

PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island (AP) — Oscar the cat seems to have an uncanny knack for predicting when nursing home patients are going to die, by curling up next to them during their final hours.

His accuracy, observed in 25 cases, has led the staff to call family members once he has chosen someone. It usually means the patient has less than four hours to live.

“He doesn’t make too many mistakes. He seems to understand when patients are about to die,” Dr. David Dosa said in an interview. He describes the phenomenon in a poignant essay in Thursday’s issue of the New England Journal of Medicine.

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Oh god? More?

Ok. This is the last one!

Sorry for the choice of picture accompanying this story. I just love!