Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Tempahan dodol BERMULA


Kepada semua teman2 sekalian, tempahan untuk dodol Melaka yang diberi nama DODOL NENEKKU telah bermula


Bekas kecil bulat RM 2.00

1/2 kilo RM 12.00

1 kilo RM 22.00

Sesuai untuk tempahan hari raya, goodies orang kahwin, hadiah kepada orang dsb

Nor Amran Abdullah
Bendahari KBKPj

Monday, July 21, 2008


Saya sampai satu peringkat sudah mula boring dan geram pada paper arus perdana kerana cerita2 liwat, fitnah, sana tak betul sini tak betul..... meluatnya... Sebab apa berita2 sensasi ini telah meneggelamkan kesengsaraan rakyat akibat kenaikan harga minyak.
Buat masa sekarang ni, apa2 topik yang dibincangkan adalah terarah kepada cara macam mana nak meningkatkan taraf ekonomi rakyat. Semalam adik saya bagitau, geng2 dia dah mula menceburi bidang ternakan cacing, lintah, tanam serai @ wangi, buluh mas, lembu, unit trust laaa. Ini menunjukkan bahawa sebenarnya rakyat kini terdesak dan ingin keluar dari belenggu ekonomi sekarang. ( tapi baguih jugak kan , agar rakyat lebih kuat berusaha ). Itu yang mampu nak bisnez kecik2, tapi bagi orang kampung yg takde harta camna.......
Kesian rakyat kerajaan mengatakan kita diberi SUBSIDI, kalau syarikat dinamakan INSENTIF, sama ler tu. Walau apa pon yang terjadi sebagai rakyat, kita wajib berbuat sesuatu untuk meningkatkan ekonomi kita.

Nor Amran Abdullah
Bendahari KBKPj

Friday, July 18, 2008

ALUMNI Maahad Al-Ehya Al-Karim

Pada 17 Julai 2008 jam 3.30 petang, julung julung kalinya, satu mesyuarat Penubuhan ALUMNI SM (A) Maahad Al-Ehya Al-KArim telah diadakan dan dipengerusikan oleh Tuan Pengetua Hj Johari Bin Samad. Lebih kurang 17 orang hadir di mesyuarat tersebut.
Agenda :
1. Penubuhan JK Penaja ALUMNI M.E.K.A.R
2. Penyediaan Draf Undang-undang Peraturan Pertubuhan ALUMNI M.E.K.A.R
3. Penetapan tarikh mesyuarat ke-2 dan tarikh majlis perjumpaan jamuan hari raya ALUMNI


pENGERUSI : Abdul Hamid
N. Pengerusi : Abdul Malek Taha
Setiausaha : Siti Nor Aida Md Yusof
Pen. Setiausaha : Aishah Md Noor
Bendahari : Mohd Hafith Alias
AJK : Nor Amran Abdullah -Mohd Nizam Mokhtar
MOhd Rizalman Syed -Rohana Abdul Rahman
Suzana Yayah -Rahman
Jupri Amsah
Azhar Ahmad
Johari Siman
Faizal HArom
Sabaruddin Md. Isa

Nor Amran Abdullah
Bendahari KBKPj

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

10 cara untuk mengetahui org berbohong

Experts have 10 tips that can let you know
if someone isn't telling you the whole truth.

J.J. Newberry was a trained federal agent, skilled in the art of deception detection. So when a witness to a shooting sat in front of him and tried to tell him that when she heard gunshots she didn't look, she just ran -- he knew she was lying.
How did Newberry reach this conclusion? The answer is by recognizing telltale signs that a person isn't being honest, like inconsistencies in a story, behavior that's different from a person's norm, or too much detail in an explanation.
While using these signs to catch a liar takes extensive training and practice, it's no longer only for authorities like Newberry. Now, the average person can become adept at identifying dishonesty, and it's not as hard as you might think. Experts tell WebMD the top 10 ways to let the truth be known.

Tip No. 1: Inconsistencies
"When you want to know if someone is lying, look for inconsistencies in what they are saying," says Newberry, who was a federal agent for 30 years and a police officer for five.
When the woman he was questioning said she ran and hid after hearing gunshots -- without looking -- Newberry saw the inconsistency immediately.
"There was something that just didn't fit," says Newberry. "She heard gunshots but she didn't look? I knew that was inconsistent with how a person would respond to a situation like that."
So when she wasn't paying attention, he banged on the table. She looked right at him.
"When a person hears a noise, it's a natural reaction to look toward it," Newberry tells WebMD. "I knew she heard those gunshots, looked in the direction from which they came, saw the shooter, and then ran."
Sure enough, he was right.
"Her story was just illogical," says Newberry. "And that's what you should look for when you're talking to someone who isn't being truthful. Are there inconsistencies that just don't fit?"

Tip No. 2: Ask the Unexpected
"About 4% of people are accomplished liars and they can do it well," says Newberry. "But because there are no Pinocchio responses to a lie, you have to catch them in it."
Sir Walter Scott put it best: "Oh what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive!" But how can you a catch a person in his own web of lies?
"Watch them carefully," says Newberry. "And then when they don't expect it, ask them one question that they are not prepared to answer to trip them up."

Tip No. 3: Gauge Against a Baseline
"One of the most important indicators of dishonesty is changes in behavior," says Maureen O'Sullivan, PhD, a professor of psychology at the University of San Francisco. "You want to pay attention to someone who is generally anxious, but now looks calm. Or, someone who is generally calm but now looks anxious."
The trick, explains O'Sullivan, is to gauge their behavior against a baseline. Is a person's behavior falling away from how they would normally act? If it is, that could mean that something is up.

Tip No. 4: Look for Insincere Emotions
"Most people can't fake smile," says O'Sullivan. "The timing will be wrong, it will be held too long, or it will be blended with other things. Maybe it will be a combination of an angry face with a smile; you can tell because their lips are smaller and less full than in a sincere smile."
These fake emotions are a good indicator that something has gone afoul.

Tip No. 5: Pay Attention to Gut Reactions
"People say, 'Oh, it was a gut reaction or women's intuition,' but what I think they are picking up on are the deviations of true emotions," O'Sullivan tells WebMD.
While an average person might not know what it is he's seeing when he thinks someone isn't being honest and attribute his suspicion to instinct, a scientist would be able to pinpoint it exactly -- which leads us to tip no. 6.

Tip No. 6: Watch for Microexpressions
When Joe Schmo has a gut feeling, Paul Ekman, a renowned expert in lie detection, sees microexpressions.
"A microexpression is a very brief expression, usually about a 25th of a second, that is always a concealed emotion," says Ekman, PhD, professor emeritus of psychology at the University of California Medical School in San Francisco.
So when a person is acting happy, but in actuality is really upset about something, for instance, his true emotion will be revealed in a subconscious flash of anger on his face. Whether the concealed emotion is fear, anger, happiness, or jealousy, that feeling will appear on the face in the blink of an eye. The trick is to see it.
"Almost everyone -- 99% of those we've tested in about 10,000 people -- won't see them," says Ekman. "But it can be taught."
In fact, in less than an hour, the average person can learn to see microexpressions.

Tip No. 7: Look for Contradictions
"The general rule is anything that a person does with their voice or their gesture that doesn't fit the words they are saying can indicate a lie," says Ekman. "For example, this is going to sound amazing, but it is true. Sometimes when people are lying and saying, 'Yes, she's the one that took the money,' they will without knowing it make a slight head shake 'no.' That's a gesture and it completely contradicts what they're saying in words."
These contradictions, explains Ekman, can be between the voice and the words, the gesture and the voice, the gesture and the words, or the face and the words.
"It's some aspect of demeanor that is contradicting another aspect," Ekman tells WebMD.

Tip No. 8: A Sense of Unease
"When someone isn't making eye contact and that's against how they normally act, it can mean they're not being honest," says Jenn Berman, PhD, a psychologist in private practice. "They look away, they're sweating, they look uneasy ... anything that isn't normal and indicates anxiety."

Tip No. 9: Too Much Detail
"When you say to someone, 'Oh, where were you?' and they say, 'I went to the store and I needed to get eggs and milk and sugar and I almost hit a dog so I had to go slow,' and on and on, they're giving you too much detail," says Berman.
Too much detail could mean they've put a lot of thought into how they're going to get out of a situation and they've crafted a complicated lie as a solution.

Tip No. 10: Don't Ignore the Truth
"It's more important to recognize when someone is telling the truth than telling a lie because people can look like they're lying but be telling truth," says Newberry.
While it sounds confusing, finding the truth buried under a lie can sometimes help find the answer to an important question: Why is a person lying?
These 10 truth tips, experts agree, all help detect deception. What they don't do is tell you why a person is lying and what the lie means.
"Microexpressions don't tell you the reason," says Ekman. "They just tell you what the concealed emotion is and that there is an emotion being concealed."
When you think someone is lying, you have to either know the person well enough to understand why he or she might lie, or be a people expert.
"You can see a microexpression, but you have to have more social-emotional intelligence on people to use it accurately," says O'Sullivan. "You have to be a good judge of people to understand what it means."

Extra Tip: Be Trusting
"In general we have a choice about which stance we take in life," says Ekman. "If we take a suspicious stance life is not going to be too pleasant, but we won't get misled very often. If we take a trusting stance, life is going to be a lot more pleasant but sometimes we are going to be taken in. As a parent or a friend, you're much better off being trusting rather than looking for lies all the time."

Nor Amran Abdullah
Bendahari KBKPj

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Nor Amran Abdullah
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Friday, July 4, 2008

Sekarang ni Negara dah macam2 tuduh menuduh

Semua orang tahu, negara ketika ini agak kalut tentang tuduhan terhadap orang itu dan orang ini. Saya rasa ini lagi satu isu yang cuba diungkitkan bagi rakyat melupakan kenaikan harga minyak, kerapuhan kepimpinan UMNO dan penantian Kerajaan Persekutuan yang baru dan bermacam-macam lagi. Permainan politik memang begitu, dalam kesibukan kita memfokuskan isu ini, tup... tup.... keluar isu baru .... yang kita tak sangka-sangka. Isu harga beras naik, harga gas minyak naik, harga tambang bas / van sekolah naik, harga bayaran itu dan ini semuanya naik telah pun disampingkan oleh akhbar arus perdana. Soo......... adakah ketika ini rakyat dah boleh terima kenaikan harga minyak ??????????? TIDAK..!!!!!!!!!!
Apa yg yang diutarakan oleh akhbar sepanjang minggu ini adalah jelas tentang isu satu perebutan kuasa politik antara dua pihak dengan diselangi tuduhan yang yang macam tak masuk akal atau logik. Yang si BUDAK mentah tu mengaku dah diliwat oleh Mantan TPM... Aduhh.... pedihnya mendengar berita ini. Satu perkara yg bermain difikiran saya, kalau masa budak tu nak kena liwat dengan ANWAR, ko katalah pd ANWAR tak boleh.. ini ko tonggeng jer.... macam tak logik jer laaaa. Kalau betul BUDAK itu benar elokklah bersumpah dengan Waallahi.. Wabillahi.. Watallahi.. bersumpah utk bersedia dilaknat sekiranya tuduhan tidak benar, begitu juga Mantan TPM Anwar Ibrahim.
Wahai BUDAK dosa menuduh ni sama macam "Tuduhan Qazaf" , dalam hukuman Hudud kena sebat 80 kali dan dinafikan menjadi saksi. Dalam tu pulak kena ada 4 orang saksi.
Nauzubillah teruk kes ini

Nor Amran Abdullah
Bendahari KBKPj

Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Kelahiran Anak Ke-3

Assalamualaikum Wr.Wbt

Pada 27 Jun 2008 ( Jumaat ) saya telah menerima cahayamata yang ke 3 saya yang diberi nama ALI NAUFAL bermaksud ( ALI= ketinggian / menantu dan sahabat Nabi, NAUFAL= dermawan ). Baru semalam saya mendapat ilham menamakan anak saya ini. Lahir di Hospital Putrajaya jam 1.55 petang dan berat 3.39 Kilogram. Kelahiran normal.

BarakaAllah..................... ALLAHU AKBAR

Nor Amran Abdullah
Bendahari KBKPj


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