Tuesday, April 28, 2009


Pandai menanam bunga, diberi nama Rosman. ( rose-man )
Pandai memperbaiki mobil, diberi nama Karman. ( Car-man )
Pandai main golf, diberi nama Parman. ( Par-man ) Par = sama dengan batasan pukulan dalam golf
Pandai dalam korespondensi, diberi nama Suratman. ( Surat-man )
Gagah perkasa, diberi nama Suparman. ( superman )
Kuat dalam berjalan, diberi nama Wakiman.( walkin’-man)
Berani bertanya, diberi nama Asman.( Ask-man)
Ahli membuat kue, diberi nama Paiman. ( Pie-man)
Pandai berdagang, diberi nama Saliman. ( Sale-man)
Pandai melukis, diberi nama Saniman. ( Seni-man)
Agar jadi orang kaya, diberi nama Sugiman. ( sugih-man)
Agar besar nanti padai cari muka, diberi nama Yasman ( Yes-man )
Suka begituan, diberi nama Pakman ( Fuck-man )
Suka payudara besar, diberi nama Togiman ( Toge-man ) ( Toge= toket gede )
Selalu ketagihan, diberi nama Tuman
Biar selalu beruntung, diberi nama Lukiman ( Lucky-man )
Suka telanjang, diberi nama Nudiman ( Nudis-man)
Selalu sibuk terus, diberi nama Bisiman ( Busy-man )
Biar pinter main game, diberi nama Giman ( game-man )
Biar bisa sering cuti, diberi nama Sutiman ( Cuti-man)
Biar jadi juragan sate, diberi nama Satiman ( sate-man )
Biar jadi juragan trasi, diberi nama Tarsiman ( Trasi-man )
Biar pinter memecahkan problem, diberi nama Sukarman ( Sukar-man)
Biar kalau ujian ndak usah mengulang, diberi nama Herman ( Her-man)
Biar pinter bikin jus, diberi nama Yusman ( Juice-man)
Biar jadi orang yang berwibawa, diberi nama Jaiman ( Jaim-man )
Biar jadi pemain musik, diberi nama Basman ( Bas-man )
Biar awet muda, diberi nama Boiman ( Boy-man)
Biar pinter berperang , diberi nama Warman ( War-man)
Biar jadi orang Bali, diberi nama Nyoman
Biar jadi orang Sunda, diberi nama Maman
Biar lincah seperti monyet, diberi nama Hanoman
Biar jadi orang Belanda, diberi nama Kuman
Biar tetep tinggal di Jogja, diberi nama Sleman
Biar jadi tukang sepatu handal, diberi nama Soleman
Biar tetep bisa jalan walau ndak pake mesin, diberi nama Delman

Monday, April 6, 2009

Cirine Wong Seko Entute

o Wong sing ORA JUJUR
Wong sing nek ngentut terus nyalahke wong liyo.

Wong sing ngempet ngentut sampai jam-2-an.

Wong sing ngerti kapan kudu ngentut.

o Wong sing SENGSORO
Wong sing pengin banget ngentut ning ora iso ngentut.

o Wong sing MISTERIUS
Wong sing nek ngentut wong liyo ora ono sing ngerti.

o Wong sing GUGUPAN
Wong sing ujug-ujug nyetop entute nek pas lagi ngentut.

o Wong sing PERCOYO DIRI (PD)
Wong sing ngiro nek entute dhewe ambune mesti wangi.

o Wong sing KEJEM (SADIS)
Wong sing nek ngentut terus dikibasno nang koncone.

o Wong sing ISINAN
Wong sing nek ngentut terus ke'isinan dhewe.

o Wong sing STRATEGIS
Wong sing nek ngentut ning ngarep'e wong lio iso nylamurke entut'e nganti wong lio ora kepikiran maneh.

o Wong sing BODHO
Wong sing nek bar ngentut terus ambegan njero-njero dienggo ngganti entute sing metu.

o Wong sing GEMI
Wong sing nek ngentut metune diatur sethithik-sethithik.

o Wong sing SOMBONG
Wong sing seneng ngambu entute dhewe.

o Wong sing RAMAH
Wong sing seneng ngambu entute wong liyo.

o Wong sing ORA RAMAH
Wong sing nek ngentut malah mendhelik lan ngamuk-ngamuk.

Wong sing senenge ngentut nang njero banyu ben iso ngematno munine blekuthuk-blekuthuk.

o Wong sing ATLETIS
Wong sing nek ngentut karo ngeden.

o Wong JUJUR
Wong sing ngakoni nek awak'e bar ngentut.

Wong sing iso niteni ambune entut wong lione.

o Wong SIAL
Wong sing dientuti terus karo wong lio.

Wong sing nek ngentut mesthi katutan ampase.

o Wong sing ORA IKHLAS
Nggak mambu entute dewe wong liya sing mambu muring-muring.

o Wong sing GEMI
Wong sing menowo ngentut metune swara entut di-endat-endat dadi ping 7.

o Wong sing SOK AMAL
Wong sing menowo ngentut metune dibrolno sak ampase.

Angger ngentut silite ditempeli terompet ben samsaya banter swarane.

o Wong RA UMUM
Yen ngentut dilagokake.

Yen ngentut di-penggak-penggak kareben swarane kadya unining bedil.

Wis ngueden methuthut ra muni entute malah bole sing metu.

o Wong SOLO / YOGYA (mohon maaf untuk yang sering ke Solo !)
Entute aluun banget dawa lan sajak ndandang gulo.

Ndiskusekake soal entut (kayata sing maca).

Wong GENDHENG: Wong sing ngamati ciri-ciri-ne wong liya saka carane ngentut!

Friday, March 20, 2009

How do Malaysian deals with computer technology???

Believe it or not!

How do Malaysian deals with computer technology???


hardware= barangkeras
software= baranglembut
joystick= barangria
port= lubang
server= pelayan
client= pelanggan

Try to translate this:
"That server gives a plug and play service to the clients using either
hardware or software joystick. The joystick goes into the port of the

"Pelayan itu beri kepada pelanggannya layanan cucuk dan main dengan
mempergunakan barangria jenis keras atau lembut. Barangria itu dimasukkan ke
dalam lubang pelanggan." ????????.....:)))

sumber : http://www.geocities.com

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Cancer Chemotherapy in Clinical Practice Terry Priestman

This book is intended as a basic overview of the drug treatment
of cancer for junior doctors and specialist nurses who come into
contact with people having chemotherapy as part of their day-today
work. The aim is to provide a context to those treatments,
explaining what the drugs are, how they work, some of their
more likely side effects, how they are used in the treatment of
the commoner cancers and what therapeutic results might be
The first use of the word chemotherapy is credited to Paul
Ehrlich (1854–1915), who used it to describe the arsenical
compounds he developed to treat syphilis. Nowadays when people
talk about ‘chemotherapy’, as part of cancer treatment, they are
usually referring to the use of cytotoxic drugs. Cytotoxics have
dominated systemic cancer therapy for the last 50 years, and their
use has resulted in enormous improvements in outcome. But they
are only one component of the drug treatment of malignancy.
Hormonal therapies are another major contributor to increased
cure rates and survival times, and the last decade has seen an
explosion of entirely new types of drugs for cancer treatment.
The latter are mainly drugs specifically targeted against cancer
cells (whereas cytotoxics affect both normal and malignant cells).
These newer compounds have sometimes been popularly termed
‘magic bullets’, which again takes us back to Ehrlich, as this was
another phrase he used to describe his treatments.
The aim of this text is to cover all these different elements of
systemic therapy, giving an explanation of their various modes of
action, their side effects and their place in the everyday treatment
of common cancers, with the hope of offering a simple overview
of an increasingly complex, diverse, and incredibly exciting area
of modern-day medicine.

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The inspiration for this book stemmed from the widely shared optimism of colorectal cancer specialists that after many decades of often painfully slow progress (despite much action), we are at the brink of a new era with several positive developments in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of colorectal cancer, bringing hope to the hundreds of thousands of people who develop the disease.
It is crucial that this evidence-based sanguinity spreads to the entire multiprofessional colorectal cancer team, in particular to general practitioners who are by and large the first, the intermediate and the last point of contact for our patients. They have the complex task of firstly identifying suspected colorectal cancer and then working in partnership with the patient, carers and the specialists at all stages along the patient pathway. This book is written for them – the primary care physician, the nurses, the junior doctors, the dieticians, the radiographers and countless other healthcare professionals, all caring for colorectal cancer patients.

It isn’t just that the book walks us through contemporary knowledge in the prevention,diagnosis, prognosis and modalities of treatment for colorectal cancer (and many other things besides) but it also acknowledges and debates the numerous uncertainties around the disease in a balanced manner, in addition to peering into future approaches towards screening, molecularbiology, genetics and therapies.
The book, in short, presents a concise story of the full spectrum of colorectal cancer in a kind of chronological order. All of us who care for colorectal cancer patients, should make it our duty to be acquainted with the detail in order to provide optimal patient cancer

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Color Atlas of Hematology

Our Current Edition
Although this is the second English edition of our hematology atlas, this edition is completely new. As an immediate sign of this change, there are now three authors. The completely updated visual presentation uses digital images, and the content is organized according to the most up-to-date morphological classification criteria. In this new edition, our newly formed team of authors from Munich (the “Munich Group”) has successfully shared their knowledge with you. Heinz Diem and Torsten Haferlach are nationally recognized as lecturers of the diagnostics curriculum of the German Association for Hematology and Oncology.

Most physicians are fundamentally “visually oriented.” Apart from immediate patient care, the microscopic analysis of blood plays to this preference. This explains the delight and level of involvement on the part of practitioners in the pursuit of morphological analyses. Specialization notwithstanding, the hematologist wants to preserve the opportunity to perform groundbreaking diagnostics in hematology for the general practitioner, surgeon, pediatrician, the MTA technician, and all medical support personnel. New colleagues must also be won to the cause. Utmost attention to the analysis of hematological changes is essential for a timely diagnosis. Even before bone marrow cytology, cytochemistry, or immunocytochemistry, information based on the analysis of blood is of immediate relevance in the doctor’s office. It is central to the diagnosis of the diseases of the blood cell systems themselves, which make their presence known through changes in blood components.
The exhaustive quantitative and qualitative use of hematological diagnostics is crucial. Discussions with colleagues from all specialties and teaching experience with advanced medical students confirm its importance. In cases where a diagnosis remains elusive, the awareness of the next diagnostic step becomes relevant. Then, further investigation through bone marrow, lymph node, or organ tissue cytology can yield firm results. This pocket atlas offers the basic knowledge for the use of these techniques as well.

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