Thursday, December 17, 2009


yes today was superly bored ! yah i can say that again..but then think about the bright side,i"m going to my friends party yay and now im so obsess with photoshop. thnks to elle ..LOL her inspiration admired me ..haha soso any one who wants a edit pics just send it to me.. i will be very pleasure to edit it.since im very bored so yea.. :D..

gosh makan today was terrible.. i ate bread with milk and milo wit cup.. wtf !..and lunch was roti canai and curry fish .. wad da fark right ? i know..haih.but nemai i still have tommorrow :)..

OMG nite was awesome man..gan"s party we had a crump wit kenneth and arshveen..faby and kiren was also the best..DUH ..haha. dude u have no idea about this..u know one of my friend name daniel.. 89 kg like a breakdancer and yea his fast i tell u..hahah care to challenge him ? :p.


It’s been one of the most talked about football boots of the year – the latest addition to the Nike football boot family. And now it’s here.

nike ctr 360 maestri double

Nike has the Total 90 Laser II for power, the Superfly and Vapor V for speed and for touch, there’s the heritage classic that is the Tiempo. And today they reveal the fourth boot in their line up, the eagerly anticipated CTR360.

ctr 360 upper

The elite level boot is the CTR360 Maestri for which Nike say they have pushed the technological boundaries to create a boot with greater control. Working with their stable of top internationals (and let’s face it, they’ve got a few to choose from) Nike have come up with a boot that will deliver from the last line of defence to the first point of attack.

The CTR360 is available in two colourways – Red / Black / White and secondary version in White / Black / Yellow.

ctr 360 angle

As regards to what it can do for you on the pitch, the individual technical specifications have been incorporated to assist in three direct areas. They are:

Receiving the ball

Dampening pods on the outside of the forefoot provide a softer first touch when receiving the ball, whilst an asymmetrical lacing system greatly expands the ball control area.

The instep utilizes a harder material to provide extra pace on the pass - the forefront and the instep work together for a lighter more controlled take but quicker delivery, minimising time on the ball.

Controlling the ball

Nike has developed the revolutionary KANGA-LITE synthetic leather that mimics the supreme feel of kangaroo leather, while maintaining its performance in all conditions and allows for a snug fit.

ctr 360 kanga lite

When a player strikes the ball, a well planted foot is just as important as the striking boot. Nike has integrated dual-density forefoot studs that not only reduce the stud weight but help grip the ball better without compromising traction or stability.

The heel studs are built to be strong and stable to create a sure footing while controlling the ball with the other foot.

ctr 360 soleplate

Distributing the ball

Shape correcting memory foam delivers uniform contact with the ball for greater precision. An injected pass-pad on the combines with the memory foam to deliver the ball at optimum pace.

In addition to receiving, controlling and distributing, in developing the boot, Nike not only looked at increasing control, but maximising comfort. Therefore, a sock liner with an additional comfort layer sits within the boot, reducing stress on the foot and minimising friction.

ctr 360 maestri heel

Speaking on the day of the launch, Nike spokesperson Leo Sandino-Taylor said:

ctr 360 nike quotes The CTR360 is the first of its kind; it is a landmark boot from Nike. Built for incomparable control, the CTR360 can make the difference between a misguided pass and a clean precise assist. It is for the playmaker that can take the ball, read the field and make the play when others couldn’t.

Wednesday, December 16, 2009


Homecoming, I'm coming, my sweet mistake
Summer's over, hope it's not too late
I'm pacing, impatient, up in my head
Taken back to the sidewalk where we met
And carved out our names
Do you remember that?

I'm coming home, I'm coming home
Did you take off while I was gone?
I missed it all, I messed you up, I missed you
I'm coming home, I wanna know
When all the leaves begin to fall
If I'm falling, falling apart for you

Descending, I'm spinning, lost all defense
How could you swallow me again?
I left you, I meant to, couldn't let you in
Never mind a single word I said
Carve out your name
Do you remember that?

I'm coming home, I'm coming home
Did you take off while I was gone?
I missed it all, I messed you up, I missed you
I'm coming home, I wanna know
When all the leaves begin to fall
If I'm falling, falling apart

You've got control of me, is this the end of me?
'Cause I just can't cut up the strings
I'm coming back for more, don't let your heart go
Please don't walk away

Homecoming, I'm coming
I'm coming back

I'm coming home, I'm coming home
Did you take off while I was gone?
I missed it all, I messed you up, I missed you
I'm coming home, I wanna know
When all the leaves begin to fall
If I'm falling, falling apart

I'm coming home, I'm coming home
Did you take off while I was gone?
(Homecoming, I'm coming, my sweet mistake)
I missed it all, I messed you up, I missed you
(Summer's over, hope it's not too late)

I'm coming home, I wanna know
When all the leaves begin to fall
(Homecoming, I'm coming, my sweet mistake)
If I'm falling, falling apart for you

Friday, December 11, 2009

fly-day = )

ok it all started when i work up in the i went to bruth my teeth and blablabla ..then i went down and it was very the dark ..zzz owh forgot to mention im all alone here in the house. =.= .. this because my parents went to work and my brother kitson lucas and my grandma went back to hometown .. sniff sniff . yeah i was alone .. dem i miss all my friends., especially the my boss a.k.a clariss chai . .haha
chok and his wife a.k.a boss

owh owh and then this is wat i did when i was really bored ..and so i make up a plan to arrange all the yes !.. muahaha ..thnks to ashley and belle ♥ :) ..

okay this is where we seperate after our jobs were accomplished.. sniff sniff i miss u guys and not the work :p . but hey think abt the bright side .. i still can find them in penang .. suki ng and siewyeeT im coming down to penang :)

NEXT this was me , eveline and justin .. eh seriously lor i tot eveline was 19 .. like yea LOOK AT HER ! . O_O !

and hell yea ! i like this pic so freaking much ! and im really gonnagonna miss u guys !

ok got to blast ! woo hooo

♥ brandon lucas

Thursday, December 10, 2009


The Storm Warriors - Dec 10 Australia

Legendary heroes Wind & Cloud return in The Storm Warriors. Following Asian box office smash The Storm Riders, this highly anticipated sequel is set to be China's biggest CGI martial-arts movie ("Wuxia")to date. Written by the godfather of Hong Kong comics - Ma Wing-Shing - and directed by The Pang Brothers (The Eye, Re-Cycle, Bangkok Dangerous), The Storm Warriors will be simultaneously released in Australia and Asia on December 10, 2009.

The US$12 million budgeted The Storm Warriors, directed by Hong Kong-based twins Oxide and Danny Pang (the Pang Brothers) premieres in Australia on December 10, released on the same date and day as Asian cinemas.

The Pang Brothers – who built an international reputation as directors and editors thanks to the crossover success of horror and martial-arts action films (The Eye, Bangkok Dangerous, Infernal Affairs, Re-Cycle) – say they have tried to reinvent the "Wuxia" (fantasy kung fu film) genre with their spectacular CGI-laden production.

Zack Snyder's 300 (2007) set the bar for the realisation of comic-inspired cinema, and The Storm Warriors is set to bring the massively popular "Fung Wan" comic franchise to Australian audiences in similar style. Produced extensively across three custom-created bluescreen soundstages (60,000ft), with sets and scenes expertly rendered in CGI by FatFace Productions (Warlords, Re-Cycle), this highly anticipated sequel is screening to Australian fans on the same day & date as its Asian release - December 10.

The Storm Warriors is taken from the wildly successful comic series Fung Wan (Wind and Cloud), by Ma Wing-shing, the Godfather of Chinese comics. The Storm Riders (1998) starred Asian idols Aaron Kwok and Ekin Cheng, and raked in HK$42 million (RM18.5 million) from the local box office that year. It still ranks as Asian cinema's 12th all-time top earner.

Returning stars Aaron Kwok and Ekin Cheng are multi-award winning pop icons in Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, Singapore & Malaysia. Aaron Kwok joins Jackie Chan as the only actor to ever win 2 Golden Horse awards ("The Oscars of Asian Cinema") for Best Actor.

CineAsia [] partners with Event Cinemas, Greater Union & Village Cinemas to bring the latest and greatest in Hong Kong and Chinese films to NSW, VIC & QLD on the same day and date they are released in Asia.

Showtimes & tickets for The Storm Warriors, coming to Australian cinemas December 10, at


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