I’m Still Here

I received so many text messages, emails, and also IM messages, asking and wondering, “Where have I been for these days..” and, the answers were always the same, “I’m still here. Still live. Still trying to be a better man – if I can’t be the best..”

But even though I’m still here, actually I wanted to go somewhere else. A place which I never been there before, or maybe on a middle of nowhere. Where I can be lost in translation. Where I can be just the way I am, because noone knows me, of what  I am, but just the way they see me. –> Kinda’ confusing, huh? 😛 Read More

Blog Contest (Freak!)

Hakimtea.com Blogging Contest
Hakimtea.com Blogging Contest

Since I’ve won the blogging contest which is held by AXIS for the Java Jazz few weeks ago, I was more realizing that blogging could – actually – give us many things. Those things may vary, but the possibilities are big enough – starting from money, gifts, souvenirs, tickets, and so.

Now, if I went to the search engine such as Google and Yahoo! I – sometimes – search for another blogging contest in the internet. Why? Because, I have a curiosity about the gift that would be given if I won the contest.
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Trust A Few, Fear The Rest

X-Men, image courtesy of wikipedia
X-Men, image courtesy of wikipedia

That’s the tagline from a famous movie, which was released years ago. If you’re really a movie freaks, then you might know that. But if you didn’t know, so I’ll tell you. It comes from X-Men, the first sequel from the trilogy. And last night, I saw it (again) on TV.

I remembered when that movie was released, it was reviewed in a teen magazine, on a special edition. One of my friends bought it, and I borrowed that and make a copy of it. I did it because I couldn’t afford to buy it that time. So, I just make a copy of it.

Just for your information, I’m one of many people in this world who loves comic characters. And, X-Men were one of them. I liked almost all of figures on X-Men. But, the figures that most get my attention, are Wolverine and Ice Man. Because they have their own ‘style’ and attitude.
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Understanding Perfections

women, courtesy of trekbikes.com
women, courtesy of trekbikes.com

“What do you seek from a woman?” one of my buddy asked me on the other day, while we’re having a lunch. A quite simple and short question, but could make a long and full perspective answers.
“I seek for her integrity. Her passion for life. And of course, her personality.” I answered.
“Don’t you seek for any perfection? Especially on her body, and physically?” he asked again. And, I didn’t take long time to answer that.
“I do seek. But that’s not the priority.”
“WHY?” he asked – again.
I took a deep breathe, and prepared the words and sentences correctly to answer – again the question.
“Because, I realized that nobody’s perfect. Only GOD that is perfect. Because, sometimes body – physically tricks you. Sometimes, what’s good physically, would be bad on other things. Especially her heart.”
He went silence. And I continued my lunch.
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Should I? Would I? Could I?

text message, courtesy of blog.proporta.com
text message, courtesy of blog.proporta.com

So many questions came up when I received a text message from a friend, couple of days ago. A friend that I have never met for more than 3 years. A friend, which became a gorgeous person nowadays – as other people said to me.

She said on the text message,
“Why did you never come back again to your home town? We missed you here.”

The question itself actually never wondered by my self. WHY? Because I never counted how many years, or how long since the last time I stepped my foot on my home town. And now, I knew. Read More

Java Jazz, Here I Come!

AXIS JAVA JAZZ FESTIVAL 2009 courtesy of AXIS JAVA JAZZ on facebook.com
AXIS JAVA JAZZ FESTIVAL 2009 courtesy of AXIS JAVA JAZZ on facebook.com

Yesterday, when I’m still in my office, waiting for the rain stop and also avoiding the traffic jam to my home, I was announced as one of many winners of a contest in the internet. The contest is for bloggers which make a post (s) in their blogs about Java Jazz. The topic itself was divided into 4 kinds.
1.    The experience in using AXIS – the good GSM.
2.    Who’s the artist which we wanted to watch the performance in Java Jazz, and why?
3.    Tips & tricks to see Java Jazz, made by our self.
4.    Review of Jason Mraz’s newest album.

The 4 topics could chosen one of them, or chose all of it to be posted in the blogs. And, I chose 2 topics, and posted it into 3 posts. 2 posts were posted in here, and 1 post was posted in this here. Well, if you wanted to read them, you could click here , here , and here.
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Java Jazz? Let’s GO!

dance - image courtesy of timeout.com
dance - image courtesy of timeout.com

Do you hear jazz? Because I do. Yep, this kind of music was one of my favorite to be listened, beside anything-but-indie. 😉 I’m listening jazz, because it had some history. But then, I’m not going to tell the story itself, but another thing.

Just for you information – if you didn’t know it already, that jazz is going to town! Yep, jazz is going to Jakarta! They’re going to Jakarta, through the annually event, Java Jazz which sponsored by AXIS, the good GSM. Many artists which is local and also international are going to be the performer in the show, which will be held for 3 days, on 6, 7, and 8 of March 2009. So, are you ready to jazz?
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And so, it begins…

Today, 23 years ago a child was birth to this world. A child of Julius & Etty. A child whom is second son, and also second child for them. On a small town in the south of West Java – Tasikmalaya.

The child was later named Billy. The name means dependable protector. His parents hoped that, this child would protect the family, whose include his relatives, brothers and sisters.
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