April 21st, 2010

Speech by Bryan Dyson (CEO of Coca Cola)

VERY SHORT, MOST EFFECTIVE AND HOW TRUE... 30 second Speech by Bryan Dyson (CEO of Coca Cola)

"Imagine life as a game in which you are juggling some five balls in the air. You name them - Work, Family, Health, Friends and Spirit and you're keeping all of these in the Air.

You will soon understand that work is a rubber ball. If you drop it, it will bounce back.

But the other four Balls - Family, Health, Friends and Spirit - are made of glass. If you drop one of these; they will be irrevocably scuffed, marked, nicked, damaged or even shattered. They will never be the same. You must understand that and strive for it."


via sh_khatijah@yahoo.com

Police - Malaysia Control Centre (MCC)

Police - Malaysia Control Centre (MCC)

Number(03-22627555 / 22626555)

Bukit Aman's Malaysia Control Centre (MCC)

Dear Fellow Colleagues, for your info,

Have verified the telephone numbers. Confirmed it is MCC... Very efficient. Answered after one ring.

I used these MCC several times in the past and I find them very useful during emergencies. Police cars just came in from different directions within minutes!

Key in these hotline numbers ( 03-22627555 / 03-22626555 ) into your mobile phone. They may save your life.

Those are the numbers for Bukit Aman's Malaysia Control Centre (MCC), the call centre for all police emergencies.

The police are urging Malaysians to have these numbers in their mobile phone. Bukit Aman Public Relations Superintendent, Mohamad Daud said motorists may help prevent cases like the recent murder of assistant computer engineer Mohamad Nazri Ismail.

He added that even after the crime has occurred, the police could go to the crime scene in the shortest possible time and it may result in the capture of those responsible.

An MCC spokesman said the public from any parts of Malaysia can call to the centre to report an emergency anytime. "We will direct the call to the nearest police station for the officers there to handle the matter," said the spokesman.

UKM, 43600 BANGI,

Phone : +603 8921 3523
Fax : +603 8921 3153

via Kanesh Krishnan

A New Kind of Rape

All my dear friends, be extra cautious when you need to help others, be very smart and alert at all times.

This is a true story.

The woman left the office after working hours and saw a little child crying on the road. Feeling pity for the child, she went to ask what happened. The child said, 'I am lost. Can you take me home please? Then the child gave her a slip of paper and tells the woman where the address is. The woman, being an average kind person who didn't suspect anything took the child there. And then when they arrived at the child's 'home', the kind hearted woman pressed the door bell and she was electrocuted as the bell was wired with high voltage, and fainted.

The next day when she woke up, she found herself in an empty house up in the hills, naked. Condoms were all thrown around with semen all over her and flowing from her body. There were at least about 20 condoms! She has not even seen her assailants. That's why nowadays crimes are targeted on kind people like her.

Next time if the same situation occurs, never bring the child to the intended place. If the child insists, then bring the child to the police station.

Lost children are best sent and or taken to police stations .

Please send this to all your female friends/colleagues, and your male friends with girlfriends and wives. It is better to receive this email a thousand times than be a victim once!

Please pass this on to family members. It is better to be informed. It is sad that we can’t even help children now!

via Abdul Aziz Suriati