Thursday, 10 May 2012

Menang RM100,000 Nestle 100 Years





We, Nestlé Malaysia will be celebrating our centennial anniversary on 2012. A 100 year is a rare and significant milestone; therefore our celebration will be a year-long celebration under the auspicious theme of "Nestlé di sisimu". 

We believe we have made some significant contributions to the Malaysian community during our 100-year presence. If Nestlé has endeared itself unto your life, from the minutest to the grandest scale - we would like to hear about it from you. 

Part of the celebration's agenda is to collect 100,000 personal stories from individuals such as you for publication. Think of these stories as a personal celebration between you and Nestlé; stories ranging from the ever perennial MILO Van present during every Sport Day to the countless MAGGI that had sustained you during university years. 

Do share your incredible story with us and come join us in our celebration! 

If your story is one of a kind, there are fantastic prizes to be won. We're giving away cash prizes with a combined total of RM100,000! 

The submission deadline is 30 November 2012, so get your stories in now at the link below! 

My Incredible Story

Thanks! And we look forward to reading your Incredible Stories with Nestlé!


Sumber :http://www.nestle.com.my/Nestle100Years/Intro.aspx

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How to jailbreak iOS 5.1.1 using Redsn0w 0.9.10b8b


Just after the release of iOS 5.1.1, user who updated their devices to this new firmware version might be looking to jailbreak it. If you are one of those iOs 5.1.1 user and are looking to jailbreak it, you can do it right away using latest version of Redsn0w i,e 0.9.10b8b.
Note 1: Jailbreak for iOs 5.1.1 is a tethered jailbreak which means that you will have to connect your device with computer and boot it with redsn0w everytime it powers off or restarts.
Note 2: This jailbreak is only for A4 devices. iPhone 4S, iPad 2 and iPad 3 cannot be jailbroken on iOs 5.1.1 till now.


Step 1: Run Redsn0w 0.9.10b8b and connect your device with computer. Head over to Extras >> Select IPSW and select the 5.1 IPSW file for your device you downloaded in the step 3.
Step 3: Go back to Redsn0w’s main page and click Jailbreak.

Step 4: Put your device into DFU mode by following the on screen instructions.
Step 5: Keep Install Cydia checked, click Next button to proceed.
Step 6: Your device is being jailbroken. Keep patience.
Step 7: Once everything has completed, your device will return to Apple logo and will get stuck there as it is    a tethered jailbreak.
Step 8: Go back to Redsn0w and select Extras >> Just Boot to boot your device tethered.


Poll of the Day: Which Superhero Should Have Joined 'The Avengers'?



The Avengers absolutely demolished the box office this past weekend, scoring the largest opening ever recorded by man, demigod, or alien. Millions flocked to theaters around the world to watch Thor, Iron Man, Captain America, and the Hulk battle flying sea slugs and an evildoer named Loki, who looked strikingly similar to a Norwegian death metal guitarist I met in an airport once. 


Thrilling as it was to watch those superheroes kick ass, it was hard not to leave the theater wondering what might have happened if the film's producers added Wolverine, Spider-Man, or maybe even Wonder Woman to the cast. Because, let's be honest here, the only thing cooler than a film filled with superheroes, is a film filled with even MORE superheroes. Right?! So tell us:



Poll: Which superhero should have joined 'The Avengers'?
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Saya bersedia hilang dara pada umur 70 I’m ready to lose my virginity at 70

club singer Pam


A VIRGIN aged 70 yesterday declared she is ready to have sex.

 Cabaret singer Pam Shaw said she has always been too busy working to find a man.
And even though she sings under the saucy name The Sexational Pam — and has rubbed shoulders over the years with sex symbols of the time like Tom Jones and Roger Moore — she has never hopped between the sheets.
Pam explained she does not believe in sex before marriage. And as she has stayed single there was no question of losing her virginity.






Stage act ... Pam as Tina Turner
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But she said: “Now’s the time. I’m ready to take the plunge for the right bloke.
“My standards are still very high, though. I’m hoping to bag a tall, dark and handsome millionaire.
“I feel I am ready to give marriage a go and maybe go to bed with a man. You are never too old for anything. Just look at Joan Collins.”
Pam, who dresses in revealing costumes when she performs on Britain’s club circuit, added: “I like to think I’d be a real catch.


Racy ... in flimsy costume
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“I may be 70 but I’m young at heart. People can’t believe it when I tell them my age.

“I think I look great, maybe because I’ve never been married or had kids. I’m fun and have bundles of energy.”
Pam, of Wigan, Greater Manchester, lived with mum Lilian until she died aged 97 in 1995.
The singer’s career blossomed after she won TV talent show Opportunity Knocks in the 1960s.


Pose ... with motor
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She opened shows for comic Ken Dodd and crooner Englebert Humperdinck, performed on stage in Las Vegas and shared a dressing room with The Voice judge Tom Jones, now 71, during a week-long stint at Bolton Casino.
Pam said: “I was never short of offers in my heyday.
“Men saw the outfits I wore on stage and thought I would be easy.
“But I’ve never really been intimate with a man, just a bit of kissing. I had a sexy stage name and dressed sexy but that was all for my career.


Beehive babe ... in 60s
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“There has never been time for me to get a man. I worked so much that sometimes I’d only have an hour’s sleep each night. I wouldn’t entertain the idea of sex outside marriage — and marriage meant giving up on my dreams.”
Even when surrounded by some of the world’s hottest hunks, Pam held out.
She said: “Tom Jones was very good looking and we used to chat occasionally before I went on stage as the opening act. In the late 60s we performed together. There was only a curtain separating our dressing areas.”
Pam told how Eurovision hopeful Humperdinck, now 75, did think about trying it on.



Hunk ... Tom Jones in heyday
She said: “Engelbert and I stayed in the same lodging house in Leeds in the late 60s.

“He always had an eye for the ladies and was eventually banned from bringing back girls to the place. Although he was very flirtatious with me, my mum was my chaperone and wouldn’t allow any funny business.”
Pam, who has also appeared in TV ads, hit show Shameless and Alien Autopsy with Ant and Dec, admitted a couple of guys did catch her eye. She said: “In 1976 I was proposed to by an oil rig worker in Blackpool. I said yes but later broke it off when I realised I didn’t fancy him.
“The only man I thought I could go to bed with was a guy who came to watch me every night when I sang in Malta. But I wasn’t prepared to settle down — so it wasn’t to be.”

Chelsea 2 Liverpool 1


CHELSEA racked up the records as they turned Wembley into wonderland. 

John Terry, Didier Drogba, Ashley Cole and Blues boss Roberto Di Matteo set personal milestones and broke Liverpool hearts.

- Skipper Terry is the first player to lift the FA Cup on four separate occasions for one club.
- Drogba is the first to score in four different FA Cup finals.
- Cole is the first to win seven winner’s medals.
- And Di Matteo is the first to score for and manage a winning FA Cup team.
Terry gave a rousing speech to his troops prior to Chelsea leaving for Wembley, calling on them to take the first step to glory in a two-week period that will define their season.


 Silverware has eluded them in the league.
Andre Villas-Boas lost the hotseat before he had a chance to get comfortable.
But victory in the FA Cup and Champions League final would leave the Blues to reflect on success rather than disappointment in a campaign that threatened to implode. For Liverpool, who have under-performed atrociously in the league, knockout competitions have been their salvation following victory in the Carling Cup in February.  



And Kop boss Kenny Dalglish was taking no gambles as he started semi-final hero Andy Carroll on the bench and played Craig Bellamy off Luis Suarez.

Fernando Torres paved the way for Carroll’s £35million switch to Anfield.
But despite being in the best form of his Chelsea career, the Spaniard also missed out on a first XI place. Drogba got the nod — and with his finals record you can hardly blame Di Matteo.
The Blues started the brighter, dictating the pace and showing early signs it could be a torrid afternoon for Liverpool.
It took them 11 minutes to break the deadlock.
And it was Ramires — the man whose goal inspired the Blues’ miraculous Champions League comeback at Barcelona — who came up with the opener.

Ramires enjoys his early goal  
SUCKS APPEAL ... Ramires enjoys his early goal
The Brazilian is fast becoming a Stamford Bridge legend with these important strikes.

Ramires, suspended for the Champions League final after his booking at the Nou Camp, raced through on goal from Juan Mata’s pass to fire home.
In truth, Pepe Reina was at fault as he had been for the two opening West Ham goals in the final staged at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium in 2006.
You suspected, with the momentum, Chelsea would look to press home their advantage.
But for some reason they seemed content to allow Liverpool back into the game, although they did not threaten Petr Cech’s goal.

The Reds closed the half on top as they continued to show signs of improvement.

Didier Drogba sees his firm shot double Chelsea's lead 

FIERCE DROG ... Didier Drogba sees his firm shot double Chelsea's lead
RDM’s men looked the better side again following the interval.

And in a two-minute period, controversy erupted at both ends of the pitch.
Martin Skrtel appeared to commit GBH on Terry and then Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard was blocked by Branislav Ivanovic in the box.
But seven minutes into the half Chelsea took a commanding grip on the game as Drogba kept up his impressive record of scoring in every Chelsea domestic cup final he has played.
Frank Lampard made a complete mug of Jay Spearing as he turned and left him for dead before threading a pass through to the Ivory Coast striker who finished clinically.
That is eight goals in seven FA Cup and Carling Cup finals, including those staged in Cardiff.


Didier Drogba celebrates 

LEAP CHEER ... Chelsea hail second scorer Drogba
It was no coincidence Dalglish dragged Spearing off and replaced him with Carroll moments later.

Liverpool grabbed a lifeline as Carroll marked his appearance with an impressive goal. Stewart Downing dispossessed Jose Bosingwa before playing the ball into the towering striker.
But just as Lampard had embarrassed Spearing, Carroll did the same to Terry as he turned one way then another before firing the ball into the roof of the net.
For the first time in the game Chelsea came under enormous pressure.
Liverpool, stifled for so long, were suddenly finding the wind in their sails and they were intent on firing crosses into the Chelsea box to utilise Carroll’s aerial strength.


Andy Carroll scores 

ANDY FINISH ... sub Carroll lashes Liverpool back into it
Then came the controversy as Suarez crossed from the right and Carroll rose to seemingly head Liverpool level.

But as the former Newcastle striker wheeled away in celebration the game continued as Cech was ruled to have clawed the ball from underneath his bar.
The Liverpool players, particularly Suarez and Carroll, erupted in fury but TV replays appeared to prove inconclusive.
Carroll should have buried it — then there would be no need for debate.


Andy Carroll's 'goal' 

CECH THIS OUT ... Andy Carroll heads the 'goal' that would have been an equaliser
Liverpool came again and when Gerrard was put through he attempted to play it back into the path of Suarez when it seemed easier to shoot.

It did not detract from the fact Chelsea were hanging on for their lives in five minutes of injury time — although the Blues had chances to finish the final off as the Reds threw numbers forward.
p.smith@the-sun.co.uk


Andy Carroll celebrates his non-goal 

FALSE HOPE ... Andy Carroll celebrates his non-goal

DREAM TEAM
STAR MAN — DIDIER DROGBA (CHELSEA)
CHELSEA: Cech 8, Bosingwa 5, Ivanovic 6, Terry 6, Cole 7, Ramires 7 (Meireles 5), Mikel 6, Lampard 7, Kalou 6, Drogba 9, Mata 7 (Malouda 4). Subs not used: Turnbull, Essien, Torres, Ferreira, Sturridge. Booked: Mikel.
LIVERPOOL: Reina 5, Johnson 6, Skrtel 6, Agger 5, Jose Enrique 4, Spearing 4 (Carroll 7), Henderson 6, Downing 6, Gerrard 7, Bellamy 6 (Kuyt 5), Suarez 6. Subs not used: Doni, Maxi, Carragher, Shelvey, Kelly. Booked: Agger, Suarez. REF: P Dowd 7