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Black Eyed Peas – The Time (Dirty Bit) November 30, 2010

Filed under: Uncategorized — paulinnation @ 8:21 am

 

Chorus:
I’ve had the time of my life
And I’ve never felt this way before
And I swear this is true
And I owe it all to you!
Oh, I have the time of my life
And I’ve never felt this way before
And I swear this is true
And I owe it all to you!

Dirty bit!
Dirty bit!
I came up in here to rock
Light a fire, make it hot
I don’t wanna take no pictures
I just wanna take some shots!
So come on, let’s go!
Let’s lose control!
Let’s do it all night!
Until we can do it no more!

Keep on rocking to the sound
Turn it up and watch it pound
We gon’ rock it to the top,
Until the roof come burnin’ down
Get hot in here
The temperature
Has got these ladies
Getting freakier

I got freaky, freaky, baby
I was chilling with my ladies
I didn’t come to get boogie
I came here to get crazy!
I was born to get wild!
That’s my style!
If you didn’t know that,
Well, baby, now you know now
Cause I’m
Havin’!
A good time!
With you!
I’m tellin’ you!

Chorus: (x1)
Dirty bit!
Dirty bit!

All these girls they like my swagger
They call me Mick Jagger
I’ve been rolling like a stoned
Jet-setter, jet-lagger
We ain’t messin’ with no maggots
Messing with the baddest
Chicks in the club,
Honey, what’s up?

Mirror, mirror on the wall
Who’s the baddest of them all?
It’s gotta be the apl
I’m the mack daddy, y’all
Haters better step back!
Ladies don’t load your act
I’m the party application,
Rock it just like that!

This is international
Big mega radio smasher!
Cause I’m
Havin’!
A good time with you, I’m telling you!

Chorus: (x4)
Dirty bit!

 

Homogeneity

Filed under: Life,Point of View,The Moment — paulinnation @ 4:03 am

Let me tell you something for the beginning..

Homogeneity is the state of being homogeneous. Pertaining to the sciences, it is a substance where all the constituents are of the same nature; consisting of similar parts, or of elements of the like nature. For example, homogeneous particles, homogeneous elements, homogeneous principles, or homogeneous bodies; or (algebra) possessing the same number of factors of a given kind, as with a homogeneous polynomial.

Source : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homogeneity_and_heterogeneity#Homogeneity

But seems so complicated ya..

In my current post, I’d like to share about part of my past. About 2-5 years ago.

When I was around 18 or 19 y/o. It was my college terms.

Hahaa.. Yeah, you know.. I took a secretarial academy for secretary as my major.

I completed it for around 3 years. Yeah, 3 years around.. Haahah.

It was hard for me. And I guess it wasn’t only for me..

Learnt in a old building design (*pic attached), with all the members are WOMEN. except the dogs, OBs, some lecturers, and secutrities of course.

It was really hard though..

Actually I wrote this post for my besties ndut @ams_tary who really miss her college, her lecturers, her sisters, and her dogs.. LOOL!

Because we used to be like this (*pic attached)…   😀

How ever it was, we have a great super-feminine-years there..

 

No Wonder Indonesian Workers Lack of Law Protection

Filed under: Uncategorized — paulinnation @ 2:56 am

Woww..

Berat ya subjectnya.. Gw ambil dari kompas.com Selasa 30 Nov 2010.

Sedikit menarik, ya lumayan hangat juga untuk dibahas sekarang..

Intinya cuma mau share sedikit info kok..

 

JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com – An Indonesian Democratic Party-Struggle (PDIP) legislator urged the government to soon revise Law number 39/2004 on Indonesian migrant worker placement and protection.

“In the revised law, the training and protection of our migrant workers must no more be the private sector’s domain, but that of the state in accordance with our constitution,” Rieke Diah Pitaloka said.

Speaking at the press conference of the launching of ASEAN Employee Services Trade Union Council (ASETUC) here Sunday, Pitaloka took the Philippines as a good example for Indonesia. In the Philippines, the state was obliged to provide all migrant worker candidates with training programs to enable them to be ready for being placed overseas, she said.

The country’s privately-owned recruitment agencies just handled the workers’ departure, she said. In contrast, the Indonesian government seemed to neglect the responsibility of recruitment agencies for providing Indonesian migrant worker candidates with training programs.

The pre-departure training programs were badly needed to prepare them for having sufficient skills and facing cultural and linguistic differences when working as domestic helpers in foreign countries. “It is impossible for our worker candidates to be ready for working in such different situation if they just have one-day training,” she said.

Pitaloka also touched on the necessities for the government to soon submit the draft bill of domestic helper protection because housemaids were should also be recognized as professional workers. With their status as professional employees, the domestic helpers had to have equal treatment to that of other professional workers, she said.

“Don’t let us defend the rights of our domestic helpers abroad but we ignore the rights of our people working as housemaids in our country,” she said.

At the press briefing, ASETUC’s President Ahmad Hakim said ASETUC was mainly in charge of handling matters within the ASEAN region but it could also help Indonesian workers in other parts of the world, including the Middle Eastern region, through its global trade union networking.

“We have a number of global trade unions that become our partners, including countries in the Middle East, such as Saudi Arabia. Therefore, we are going to help encourage the governments of the Indonesian workers-receiving countries to protect the employees’ rights,” he said.

ASETUC was founded as the umbrella of trade unions of 10 ASEAN member countries for service sector on March 27, 2007. Among the trade unions joining ASETUC are Building and Woodworker International (BWI), Public Service International (PSI), and Union Network International.

Indonesia has succeeded Vietnam as ASETUC’s leader for 2010-2012 term. Eight other ASEAN member states are Brunei, Cambodia, Laos,  Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, the Philippines, and Thailand. The ASETUC launching ceremony was followed with a discussion about Indonesian migrant workers and showing a movie titled “Sunday Morning at Victoria Park”.

 

Source : http://english.kompas.com/read/2010/11/29/13541376/No.Wonder.Indonesian.Workers.Lack.of.Law.Protection

 

 

 

FF. Friday Fever. November 29, 2010

Filed under: Life,Spotted — paulinnation @ 5:48 am

Post on Monday 29 november 2010.

Story about Friday, 26 November 2010.

Sore2 jam pulang kerja, udah dari 2 jam lalu jakarta dan sekitarnya diguyur hujan.

dan seperti biasanya juga, Jumat sore pasti lebih macet dari sore2 biasanya yg emang udah gila bgt macetnya.

Liat ke depan Lobby, masih turun ujan, dan yg lebih bikin males adalah jalanan yg totally STUCK.

Akhirnya nunggu pacar jemput di gedung sebrang, jalan kaki sambil senyumin orang2 di mobil yg ga bsia jalan sama sekali.

Gw jalan sambil ngeles kanan kiri di jembatan penyebrangan karena banyak motor. Eh, ini jembatan penyebrangan lhoo…

yg harusnya emang dipake sama pejalan kaki, tapi ttp aja di pake sama pe-motor.

Oke, nunggu di gedung sebelah kira2 20 menit.

sampe akhirnya dateng juga si pacar, dan mikir nih mau kemana kita abis ini.

Mau ke SetBud, pasti jalanan ga gerak. Mau ke Ambass, duh ga kebayang deh gimana tuh casablanca.

Akhirnya.. Oke, Semanggi deh.

Nyebrang, hasilnya..

20 menit berdiri tanpa ada taxi, atau bahkan bis yg lewat. ” Ini sih stuck di lampu merah kuningan itu…” begitu kata si Pacar.

ya udah kita coba pake gaya barat. Jalan kaki.

sambil liat2 kalo ada taxi atau bis yg lewat.. (*pic attached)

akhirnya sih sampe juga di komdak dengan bis yg baunya macem2..

untung gw flu, hahahah.. (ada untungnya jga ternyata)

Dan.. dengan pikiran fatamorgana ttg makanan, semangat deh nyebrangin tangga penyebrangan Semanggi,

Eeehh taunya.. pas udah mau turun tangga.. Terjadi sesuatu yg ngebuat gw bener2 ga abis pikir.

Banjir  Dimana? Di tangga penyebrangan. Semana? Se- atas mata kaki.

Come on.. gw kira banjir dibawah aja, taunya di atas juga..

Whaaw.. Ini dia baru Jakarta. Banjir, ga kenal tempat. Gosh..!!

Gimana nih, males bgt masa sepatu jadi kerendem..

Dan udah pada tau kan pastinya, airnya juga pasti “bersih” bgt.

Ada lagi pemandangan yg yaahh.. lumayan menghibur lah,

dan cara itu pun yg gw pake dalam menghadapi banjir di tangga penyebrangan ini. (*pic attached)

Gw pilih cara yg "ga pake basah"

 

How am I gonna “use” this Saturday :) November 27, 2010

Filed under: Life,The Moment — paulinnation @ 7:11 pm

Hello world…! (Ngarep seluruh dunia bakal baca blog ga penting gw ini, yah minimal dunia bisa ngeliat gw)

Today is Saturday. Just like the day we used to call for something come before Sunday… *ah ribet* yaa pokoknya gitu deh..

Berawal dari bangun jam 6 pagi. Mungkin lebih tepatnya “kebangun”.
And then bangunin si pacar *u know who* (secara lg anget HarPot) terus abis itu tidur lagi…

Tapii..
Jadi kepikiran untuk..
Hmmm..

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Anxiety November 26, 2010

Filed under: Uncategorized — paulinnation @ 4:25 am

Do you guys ever heard about anxiety?

Well now.. I want to share something about it.

ANXIETY feels a bit like fear but whereas we know what we are frightened of, we often don’t know what we are anxious about.

Mild anxiety is vague and unsettling – severe anxiety can be extremely debilitating..

What causes anxiety?

Anxiety is often triggered by stress in our lives. Some of us are more vulnerable to anxiety than others, but even those who become anxious easily can learn to manage it well. We can also make ourselves anxious with “negative self-talk” – a habit of always telling ourselves the worst will happen..

 

How will I recognize it?

 

As well as feeling apprehensive and worried (possibly without knowing why), you may experience some of the following physical symptoms:

  • Tense muscles
  • Trembling
  • Churning stomach
  • Nausea
  • Diarrhea
  • Headache
  • Backache
  • Heart palpitations
  • Numbness or “pins and needles” in arms, hands or legs
  • Sweating/flushing

 

Source : http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/7603.php

 

Dingin. Freezing. Beku. November 25, 2010

Filed under: Uncategorized — paulinnation @ 10:36 am

Diliat dari subjectnya sih ga ada yg terlalu penting emang.

But, I’m talking about the feelings. (ada “s” nya, jadi feeling-nya banyak).

Dingin, selain karena gw lagi flu dan pake baju transparant lengan pendek, hal lain adalah ketika……

gw mulai mencoba membuka kembali “lembar lama” dan “filing cabinet for my past documents”.

It’s about a year ago. Or maybe around.

 

These hands are still cold. My pasts.

Its all hurt.

I wish I cud say goodbye.

Because, yes.. I’m gonna say oodbye to you mi.ya.min badass!!!

 

 

*stress*