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Thursday, 24 January 2013

The Last Stand

Arnold Schwarzenegger - still looking good
Studio: Lionsgate
Genre: Action
Screenwriters: Andrew Knauer
Directed By: Kim Jee-Woon


Synopsis:  

After leaving his LAPD narcotics post following a bungled operation that left him wracked with remorse and regret, Sheriff Ray Owens (Schwarzenegger) moved out of Los Angeles and settled into a life fighting what little crime takes place in sleepy border town Sommerton Junction. But that peaceful existence is shattered when Gabriel Cortez (Eduardo Noriega), the most notorious, wanted drug kingpin in the western hemisphere, makes a deadly yet spectacular escape from an FBI prisoner convoy.
 

With the help of a fierce band of lawless mercenaries led by the icy Burrell (Peter Stormare), Cortez begins racing towards the US-Mexico border at 250 mph in a specially-outfitted Corvette ZR1 with a hostage in tow. Cortez’s path: straight through Summerton Junction, where the whole of the U.S. law enforcement, including Agent John Bannister (Forest Whitaker) will have their final opportunity to intercept him before the violent fugitive slips across the border forever.

At first reluctant to become involved, and then counted out because of the perceived ineptitude of his small town force, Owens ultimately rallies his team and takes the matter into his own hands, setting the stage for a classic showdown.

From: http://bigfanboy.com/wp/?p=17118 

 
Starring: 
Arnold Schwarzenegger                Johnny Knoxville                 Jaimie Alexander
    
   Rodrigo Santoro                          
Forest Whitaker - The FBI Leader Team
Luis Guzman - The funny officer
Eduardo Noriega - Mastermind trying to escape to Mexico
Peter Stormare - Bad guy
Zach Gilford - Young officer
Genesis Rodriguez - Bad cops
Daniel Henney - FBI officer
John Patrick Amedori - FBI officer

At Golden Screen Cinema (GSC) Mid Valley



This world-famous athlete and actor was born in Thal, Austria in 1947, and by the age of 20  was dominating the sport of competitive bodybuilding, becoming the youngest person ever to win the Mr. Universe title. By generating a new international audience for bodybuilding, Schwarzenegger turned himself into a sports icon. With his sights set on Hollywood, he emigrated to America in 1968, and went on to win five Mr. Universe titles and seven Mr. Olympia titles before retiring to dedicate himself to acting. Later, he would go on to earn a college degree from the University of Wisconsin and proudly became a U.S. citizen.
Schwarzenegger, who worked under the pseudonym Arnold Strong in his first feature, Hercules in New York, quickly made a name for himself in Hollywood. In 1977, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association recognized him with a Golden Globe® for New Male Star of the Year for his role in Stay Hungry opposite Sally Field. His big break came in 1982 when the sword and sorcery epic, Conan the Barbarian, hit box office gold. In 1984, Schwarzenegger blew up the screen and catapulted himself into cinema history as the title character in Jim Cameron’s sci-fi thriller, Terminator. He is the only actor to be in both categories of the American Film Institute’s Hundred Years of Heroes and Villains for roles he played in the film. Other memorable characters include roles in Commando, Predator, Twins, Total Recall, True Lies, Eraser, Collateral Damage, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines and a cameo in Sylvester Stallone’s homage to action films, The Expendables, among others. To date his films have grossed over $3 billion worldwide.
In 2003 Schwarzenegger became the 38th Governor of the State of California in a historic recall election, and as governor ushered in an era of innovative leadership and extraordinary public service. Among his many achievements, Schwarzenegger signed into law the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006, as well as establishing the Million Solar Roofs Plan, making California the leader in protecting the environment and rebuilding infrastructure. Governor Schwarzenegger also implemented the hugely successful California Film & TV Television Tax Credit Program, designed to stimulate film and TV production in the state. In recognition of these efforts, Schwarzenegger has been rewarded for his great leadership and vision many times over in many arenas including the Simon Wiesenthal Center's "National Leadership Award" and in 2011 the American Council On Renewable Energy’s "Renewable Energy Leader of the Decade."
But it is Schwarzenegger’s commitment to giving something back to his state and to his country through public service that gives him the most satisfaction; donating his time, energy, and personal finances to serving others all over the world. Schwarzenegger acts as Chairman of the After School All-Stars, a nationwide after-school program, and serves as coach and international torch bearer for Special Olympics. He also served as Chairman of the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports under George H. W. Bush and as Chair of the California Governor's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports under Governor Pete Wilson.
Since leaving office, Schwarzenegger co-founded the R20 Regions of Climate Action, a global non-profit dedicated to helping subnational governments develop, implement, and communicate the importance of low-carbon and climate resilient projects as well as their economic benefits. In August 2012, the University of Southern California Schwarzenegger Institute for State and Global Policy launched to provide students an opportunity to focus on the responsibility of leaders to transcend partisanship in order to implement policies that most benefit the people they serve. Its five priority areas of focus are education, energy and environment, fiscal and economic policy, health and human wellness, and political reform.
In addition to The Last Stand, Schwarzenegger filmed Ten this past fall and was seen summer 2012 reprising the role of Trench in The Expendables 2. He recently released his autobiography, "Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story." The Arnold Schwarzenegger Museum, located in his hometown of Thal opened in 2011.
Johnny Knoxville
Johnny Knoxville, who rapidly gained fame as the creator and star of the controversial MTV reality series "Jackass," is one of Hollywood’s most sought-after talents.
Johnny starred in and produced the box-office hits, Jackass, Jackass Two and Jackass 3D.  On October 15, 2010 Jackass 3D was #1 at the box office earning $50 million dollars during its opening weekend setting a record for biggest October debut.  Jackass 3D was the third-straight #1 opening for Paramount’s franchise.   He has also been seen in "The Ringer" for the Farrelly Brothers opposite Katherine Heigl, and starred as Luke Duke in Warner Bros hit "Dukes of Hazaard" with Seann William Scott.  Before that he was seen in "The Lords of Dogtown" directed by Catherine Hardwicke and co-starring Heath Ledger and Emile Hirsch. Prior to "Lords of Dogtown," Knoxville starred in a wide variety of films including the John Waters ensemble comedy, "A Dirty Shame" with Tracey Ullman, Chris Isaak and Selma Blair.  He was also seen in MGM’s box-office hit "Walking Tall," starring opposite Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, as well as Barry Sonnenfeld’s sequel "Men In Black 2."
Johnny and his Dickhouse Production partners, Jeff Tremaine and Spike Jonze have produced shows for MTV including Nitro Circus, Rob and Big, and The Dudesons.  He also produced the critically acclaimed documentaries "The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia" and "Birth of Big Air" about famed BMX biker Matt Hoffman.
Knoxville also co-stars in the action film "The Last Stand" with Arnold Schwarzenegger set to release in January 18, 2013. He also co-stars in "Small Apartments" starring alongside Billy Crystal and James Caan directed by Jonas Åkerlund.  He currently stars in the comedy "Fun Size" opposite Victoria Justice and Chelsea Handler and will be seen in Nature Calls in November 2012.
Currently, Knoxville and his cousin Roger Alan Wade host a Sirius Radio Show on Channel 60 called "The Big Ass Happy Family Jubilee". Knoxville’s show airs Saturdays at 8pm ET.
Born and raised in Knoxville, Tennessee, Johnny became interested in acting at an early age.  At the age of 18, he moved to California to pursue his acting career and supported himself through appearing in commercials, and occasionally writing for magazines such as Blunt, Bikini, and Big Brother.  In 1997, Knoxville, Jeff Tremaine, and Spike Jonze pitched their idea for "Jackass" to MTV and thus began his acting career.
Knoxville currently lives in Los Angeles.
Jaimie Alexander
Actress Jaimie Alexander’s natural beauty is enough to make anyone do a double take, but after the release of her recent high-profile film projects, people acknowledge her talent as well as her stunning looks. She appeared with Jake Gyllenhaal in Ed Zwick’s drama "Love and Other Drugs," followed by Marvel’s blockbuster epic "Thor." In it, she starred in the role of "Sif" opposite Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Natalie Portman and Sir Anthony Hopkins. She also attended the Toronto International Film Festival for the World premiere of the indie dramedy "Loosies" with Peter Facinelli and Joe Pantoliano, and completed work on the historical drama "Savannah" with Jim Caviezel, Chiwetel Ejiofer, and Hal Holbrook. Next on the horizon is the female lead opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger in Lionsgate’s action/thriller "The Last Stand" (January 18, 2013), the dramatic thriller "Intermission" which takes her to Cannes, as well as reprising her role in the sequel to "Thor" (November 15, 2013).
Alexander transitioned into such coveted film roles after her series regular status on the popular ABC Family Chanel series "Kyle XY." Her enigmatic character "Jessi XX" proved to be a critical part of Kyle’s past and future. She returned to series television in a juicy arc as Edie Falco’s wild and immature sister-in-law on Showtime’s "Nurse Jackie."
Born in Greenville, South Carolina, and raised in Grapevine, Texas, Alexander moved west to Los Angeles upon graduating high school. She hasn’t looked back since.
Rodrigo Santoro
Rodrigo Santoro is one of Brazil's most talented and famous actors, with his versatility and range he has made a name for himself in the United States quickly becoming one of Hollywood’s leading men.
This past May, Santoro recently starred alongside Cameron Diaz and Jennifer Lopez in the comedy "What To Expect When You’re Expecting," a role for which he was nominated for a 2012 Alma Award. He co-starred with Nicole Kidman and Clive Owen in highly acclaimed HBO film "Hemingway and Gellhorn," a film about the romance between Ernest Hemmingway and WWII correspondent Martha Gellhorn. He can next be seen alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger and Johnny Knoxville in "The Last Stand" hitting the big screen on January 18, 2013.
Rodrigo took on role of producer and starring role in "Heleno" a 
biopic of the tragic life of one of Brazil's greatest soccer players, Heleno de 
Freitas. The film premiered at the 2011 Toronto Film Festival with rave reviews and will air on BBC this November 2012.
Last year, Rodrigo voiced one of the leading roles in FOX’s blockbuster animated film "Rio" starring opposite Anne Hathaway and George Lopez. Rodrigo also starred opposite Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor in "I Love You Phillip Morris" which he plays "Jimmy", Carey’s first love.
Additional films include Fox Searchlights' "The Post Grad Survival Guide" alongside Alexis Bledel and Michael Keaton, Steve Soderbergh's "Che" and Pablo Trapero’s "Lion's Den". "Che" and "Lion’s Den" each had multiple nomations at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival.

In 2008, Santoro was featured in writer/director David Mamet's "Redbelt", the story of Mike Terry, a Jiu-jitsu master who has avoided the prize fighting circuit, instead choosing to pursue a life by operating a self-defense studio in Los Angeles. Santoro is already known for his performance in Warner Bros. "300", based on the Frank Miller's graphic novel, which broke box office records throughout the world. Rodrigo starred as Xerxes, the Persian King who sent his massive army to conquer Greece in 480 B.C. He was nominated for an MTV Movie Award for Best Villain. Rodrigo has also gained attention for his role of Paulo in ABC's hit series Lost.


Additionally, Rodrigo was honored to receive the Ischia award for International Contribution at the 2008 Ischia Global Film Festival in Italy. In 2007, he won Best Actor at the Cancun Film Festival for his portrayal of an obsessive photographer in the Brazilian film "Nao por acaso" (Not By Chance).


Rodrigo co-starred in Universal's romantic comedy "Love Actually", alongside Hugh Grant, Emma Thompson, Colin Firth and Liam Neeson. Rodrigo played "Karl", Laura Linney’s co-worker grappling with the dicey protocol of an office romance. Prior to this film, Rodrigo made his American debut in the highly sought after role of Randy Emmers in Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, directed by McG, starring Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu.


Rodrigo has also been seen for the past two years starring as the "mystery man" opposite Nicole Kidman in the Baz Luhrmann directed commercial for Chanel.


In 2004 Rodrigo's starred in the Brazilian film, Carandiru, directed by Hector Babenco, which broke all Brazilian box office records for Brazil's entry in the Foreign Film category for the Academy Awards. Carandiru premiered at the Cannes Film Festival where Rodrigo received the Chopard Award for Male Revelation of the year. For his role in Carandiru he was also nominated for the Cinema Brazil Grand Prize of Best Actor and won for Best Supporting Actor at the Cartagena Film Festival. The movie was distributed in the US by Sony Pictures Classics and was a groundbreaking portrayal of the largest penitentiary in Latin America, the Sao Paulo House of Detention, and the lives of the people in it. Dr. Dráuzio Varella based the movie on the best-selling book "Carandiru Station".


Rodrigo has won a total of eight Best Actor awards, including the first ever award for Best Actor from the Brazilian Academy of Arts and Film, for his portrayal of a young man forced into a mental institution by his parents in Brainstorm, the critically acclaimed film by director Lais Bodansky.


For Rodrigo's role in Bicho de Sete Cabecas (2001) he won five of his eight Best Actor awards including, Best Actor for the Brazilia Festival of Brazilian Cinema, Best Actor for the Cartagena Film Festival, Best Actor for Cinema Brazil Grand Prize, Best Actor for Recife Cinema Festival, and Best Actor for the Sao Paulo Association of Art Critics Awards.


He has also been celebrated for his performance in the Miramax film Behind the Sun directed by Walter Salles (Central Station), in which he played Tonio, the middle son of a Brazilian family caught in the middle of an age-old family feud in 1910. He is forced by tradition and honor to kill a member of the neighboring family, positioning him next in line to be killed. The heart of the movie finds Tonio and his little brother discovering a world outside their family and home. Behind the Sun was nominated for a Golden Globe in 2002 for Best Foreign Language Film.


Previous to that Rodrigo appeared opposite Helen Mirren, Olivier Martinez and Anne Bancroft in The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone, directed by Robert Allan Ackerman, for Showtime. Based on the novella by Tennessee Williams, The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone was nominated for five Emmy Awards in 2003.
Rodrigo will next be seen in "The Last Stand," a thriller starring Arnold Schwarzenegger set for release in 2013 and recently wrapped the highly anticipated Warner Bros. film "300: Battle of Artemisia" the sequel to the blockbuster hit "300", in which Rodrigo will reprise his role of the arrogant, Persian Emporer "Xerxes". He is currently working on the animated sequel "RIO 2" again as the voice of the bird doctor "Tulio" slated for a 2014 release.


Rodrigo Santoro resides in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.
Genesis Rodriguez
Genesis Rodriguez is rapidly emerging as one of Hollywood’s most engaging and sought after young talents.
Rodriguez can recently be seen in Gary Sanchez Productions’ Spanish-language comedy "Casa de mi Padre" opposite Will Ferrell, Gael Garcia Bernal and Diego Luna where she played Farrell’s love interest in what is said to be an overly dramatic telenovela. Released in March 2012, the film is about the Alvarez brothers who find themselves in a war with Mexico's most feared drug lord.
Rodriguez can also be seen in Lionsgate’s "What to Expect When You’re Expecting" opposite Cameron Diaz, Chase Crawford, Jennifer Lopez, Anna Kendrick, Matthew Morrison, Chris Rock, Elizabeth Banks, Brooklyn Decker, Rodrigo Santoro, Dennis Quaid, Megan Mullally and Joe Manganiello. The film is a look at the lives of five couples as they prepare to become parents.
Genesis recently co-starred in Summit Entertainment’s suspense thriller "Man on a Ledge" opposite Sam Worthington, Elizabeth Banks, Ed Harris, Ed Burns and Kyra Sedgwick. The film centers around an ex-cop and now wanted fugitive who threatens to jump to his death from a Manhattan high-rise building while a hostage negotiator tries to talk him down. Unbeknown to the police on the scene, the suicide attempt is a cover for the biggest diamond heist ever pulled.
In January 2013, Genesis will star alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger, Rodrigo Santoro, Forest Whitaker, Peter Stormare, Jamie Alexander, and Zach Gilford in Lionsgate’s "The Last Stand". Genesis will also be in the upcoming film "Identity Thief", a comedy centered on a man and the woman who steals his identity. Due out in February 2013, her co-stars include Melissa McCarthy, Jason Bateman, Eric Stonestreet and Jon Favreau.
Rodriguez is signed on to star alongside Paul Walker in the upcoming film "Hours" about a father who struggles to keep his infant daughter alive in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. This film will also release in 2013.
Genesis made her mark on American television as ‘Becky Ferrer’ on the NBC soap opera "Days of our Lives" and can also be seen in HBO’s "Entourage" as ‘Sarah’. Rodriguez is also known for her roles in the highly acclaimed NBC Universal/Telemundo television series "Prisionera", "Dame Chocolate" and "Dona Barbara."
Rodriguez was born and raised in Miami, Florida and is the youngest daughter of legendary international recording artist and actor Jose Luis Rodriguez "El Puma." She is an alumnus of the Lee Strasberg Theater in Los Angeles and New York’s Film Institute.
Peter Stormare
Whether you realize it or not, you’ve definitely seen prolific actor Peter Stormare before, which wouldn’t be surprising since the Swedish-born actor/director has starred in over 100 different films and television series in the last 30 years, from big budget to indie, network to cable, American to Sweden and dozens of countries in between. And, of course, that memorable 2011 Super Bowl commercial for Budweiser…"Tiny Dancer" in a wild-west saloon, anyone?
Stormare will soon be seen starring in "Lockout," a futuristic action-comedy produced by famed French director Luc Besson. Co-starring Guy Pearce and Maggie Grace, Stormare plays ‘Scott Langral,’ the American president’s no-nonsense security chief in charge of containing the overthrow of an experimental prison full of sadistic inmates – in space. Things get complicated when it’s discovered that the first daughter is trapped aboard the orbiting facility and at the mercy of 500 psychopaths! "Lockout," hits domestic theaters on April 13th.
In January 2013, audiences will see Stormare starring opposite Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton in Paramount’s "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters." Also in the can are the indies "Jewtopia" with Jennifer Love Hewitt and "Small Apartments," a comedy with Billy Crystal and Juno Temple. He’ll also appear in the features "Siberian Education", opposite John Malkovich, Mel Gibson’s "Get the Gringo", and "The Last Stand", the Lionsgate film that marks the big screen return of Arnold Schwarzenegger. He also shot a guest spot on the hit CBS drama "NCIS: Los Angeles."
Currently, Stormare is voicing a lead role in the latest "Scooby Doo" animated feature, and recently shot and starred in three films from China: "Inseparable" with Kevin Spacey, "Tai Chi Hero" and "The Turtle Soup". Over the past several years, Stormare has worked with a who’s who of Hollywood stars, such as Keanu Reeves and Vera Farmiga ("Henry’s Crime"), Willem DaFoe ("Anamorph"), Nicole Kidman ("Birth"), and Sandra Bullock ("Premonition").
Stormare began his acting career in the theatre in his early 20s, working with the legendary director Ingmar Bergman in their native Sweden at the Royal National Theater. After earning much praise for his starring turns in "Miss Julie," "King Lear," and "Hamlet" among others, Stormare toured with Bergman in the US, doing the aforementioned productions in both New York and Los Angeles in the late 80s. Strong performances lead to an opportunity to star in "Rasputin" off-Broadway with the renowned Actor’s Studio, and Stormare soon caught the eye legendary ICM talent agent Sam Cohen, getting him one step closer to realizing his dream of becoming a film actor in America.
After getting his first taste of the film world in several indies, Stormare was then cast in "Awakening", directed by Penny Marshall. While working off-Broadway again, this time at the Public Theater doing "The Swan," Stormare struck up a friendship with Frances McDormand. The friendship eventually led to four career-changing days of work on the Coen Brothers cult classic "Fargo", where he played the hulking, blonde-haired half of a kidnapping duo alongside Steve Buscemi. He’d work with the Coen Brothers again in "The Big Lebowski", and in between he’d star in Spielberg’s "The Lost World: Jurassic Park".
Roles in "Armageddon" (Michael Bay), "8MM" (Joel Schumacher), "Minority Report" (Spielberg again), "Bad Boys II" (Bay again), "Constantine", and "The Brothers Grimm" (Terry Gilliam) followed and all the while Stormare continued to do several Swedish and international films as well as television, starring in as a rogue electrician named ‘Slippery Pete’ in "Seinfeld" as well as in the Emmy-nominated television miniseries "Hitler: The Rise of Evil." He also served as the associate director of the Globe Theater in Tokyo for eight years during his early film career. Stormare starred in season one of FOX’s hit show "Prison Break" as mob boss ‘John Abruzzi in his most visible television role at the time. His other television credits include a series regular role in the Julia Louis-Dreyfus sitcom "Watching Ellie," a recurring role in HBO’s "Entourage," and recent guest spots in FX’s "Wilfred," USA’s "Covert Affairs," "Leverage" for TNT," ABC’s "Body of Proof." His recent film credits include "The Tuxedo", "Nacho Libre", and "The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus" among others.
In addition to his impressive body of work theatrically, Stormare is passionate about his music and formed a band called Blonde From Fargo, in homage to his breakout role in the Coen Bros film. The five-member rock and roll band includes the guitarist from Roxette, the drummer from Alanis Morrisette, and the bass player from Slash’s Snakepit, with Stormare writing all of the music and playing guitar. The band has performed at Lebowski-Fest, as well as toured North America and Europe.
Stormare currently resides in Los Angeles, California.

Steps to Avoid Stereotypes

Lets spend some time reading this post.


.stereotype.


A term used to define all people of a certain belief into a mostly negative category.
Note: Most stereotypes are involuntarily lived out by a small segment of who they are made to offend. 

A stereotype is a thought that may be adopted about specific types of individuals or certain ways of doing things thought to be the majority of individuals in that area, but that belief may or may not accurately reflect reality.


Then, how to avoid stereotypes? Check this out;


1. Make a list of the specific stereotypes that you wish to avoid
Be precise as to why you object to being stereotyped in that way, and take actions to counteract.  
If you must, make a priority list. Start with the stereotypes that you dislike the most, and work towards counteracting. As time goes on, work your way down the list. 


2. Collect a variety of brands and styles of clothing
Don't just shop at one or two stores, go into several stores and just look. 
You don't necessarily have to have a shirt from every store in the mall, but don't be a brand snob. 
You can shop at Berjaya Times Square and still like the anonymous brand. 
You can shop at Jusco Aeon and still go for Cheetah or Tom Girls
Shop for clothing anywhere you see clothing you like, not what you think others will like.
Clothing and fashion is first and foremost a reflection of your own personality.
The most important thing is don't be afraid to try something new. 


3. Develop a variety of colors
You can have a favorite color, but that should not be the only color you wear! 
Don't just hate a color just because it may be associated with a certain group or clique.
You can wear black without being "emo," and you can wear pink without being a "prep."
Now, there are some colors that just don't look good on certain people, so know what works for you and looks good on you before you decide to totally ban that color from your wardrobe. 


4. Develop a personal style
Don't copy people.
If you see someone's outfit that you like, don't ask them where they got it and go copy the same exact look and wear it the next day. 
You can have the same clothes as others, but it's all about the style. 
Add your own accessories to things. 


5. Don't stereotype yourself, period
Don't expect people not to label you if you label yourself. 
Don't try to fit in any kind of stereotype, for example, don't categorize your style as "emo", "preppy", "gangsta" or "punk". 


6. Hang out with everybody
People may also stereotype you based on who you hang out with. 
If your friends are only skaters or only emos, you will most likely be placed into that stereotype too. 


7. Don't stereotype others
If you call somebody "an annoying prep", that person will most likely call you back "a weird emo" or something. 
Be tolerant and don't judge people for how they dress or who they hang out with. 


8. Develop a unique personality
As some of your personality is still under development and you're influenced by everything around you in creating your own unique personality.
Find some positive traits in every type of behavior and blend them in with your own.
For example, you may appreciate the nerds' intelligence and maturity, the preps' optimism, confidence and sense of style, the emos' sensitivity and romantic nature and the punks' nonconformism and thirst for justice.
If you take what's best from everything, you're on your way of becoming a well-rounded, wonderful person.


The pressure to fit in can be immense as people tend to think of other people in categories or styles, labeling people according to the way they dress and other people they hang out with.
This is simply stereotyping, as every individual is unique and special.


The sooner you can start thinking of yourself as a individual, the sooner you will be able to avoid stereotyping either yourself or others, which will make you live your life much easily especially. 

Of course, this will take some times to change. Do it slowly, take steps and don't rush. You will improved eventually. Good Luck!

This post is adapted from 
http://www.wikihow.com/Avoid-Stereotypes & http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=stereotype

Thank you.

Lots of love,
Gossip Maniac
 

Engaged Customary for Malay - Malaysian

This post is created to give more understanding on Engaged Customary for Malay - Malaysian.

Engaged customary extract promises aimed to unite the bride.  
Upon completion of the engagement between the two brides, then it means that both cannot accept and propose others(besides them).

This first engaged customary with 'tepak sirih' box as custom head, 'sirih junjung', engagement rings and delivery of goods gifts, such as quality garments of cloth, food, sweets and others.  
In general, the total would amount to an odd delivery and the woman will respond to any more than the man.
For example, 7 pass(gifts on trays) from him will be reverenced(replied) 9 pass(gifts on trays) from me and the other kind.

Here is some ideas for the gifts..


  I am so proud to be a Malaysian.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
 

Colors Hunting for my Engagement Day

For my engagement day this coming March, I have to choose the colors which still undecided yet..!
Goshh, trust me, this is the most difficult things to do..To choose the right colors!!
I have here is some combination I found on Google Image..

1) Mint + Peach
Awesome right? But I still doubt if this will fit my skin.

I love the idea of latest soft colors..


2) Navy + Aqua
OMG!! I always love blue!! Gimme 5 who shares the same interest on BLUE color!!


3) Purple
He already chose purple ;)


Yeah, still undecided, hopefully by this Monday, everything will settled up since I am going to start buying the gifts soon.



Here is the interesting colors for 2013
Color for 2013
Love Grayed Jade and Linen


Tell me your colors ya...

Thursday, 3 January 2013

Late for Work

Arghhhhhh I am late for work today.. This really make me sad for the whole time..

I don't know why but I feel so lousy. Maybe because I had a long holidays before new year. I had 8 days break. Hmmmmm really need to catch up and be back on track in no time..






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Be positive and stay calm.

Wednesday, 2 January 2013

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