Minggu, 19 Juni 2016

SF2 Playpark Cheater ID

As you can see in the red team there are two Civil-Outback, however the cheater real name is Lunar- if you still need a proof you can comment below about your e-mail and ill give you the video 1 hit with a pistol and auto aim.

Rabu, 10 Februari 2016


The Godfather is a crime novel written by Italian American author Mario Puzo, originally published in 1969 by G. P. Putnam's Sons. It details the story of a fictitious Mafia family based in New York City (and Long Beach, New York), headed by Don Vito Corleone, who became synonymous with the Italian Mafia. The novel covers the years 1945 to 1955, and also provides the back story of Vito Corleone from early childhood to adulthood.

The book introduced Italian criminal terms like consigliere, caporegime, Cosa Nostra, and omertà to an English-speaking audience.

It inspired a 1972 film of the same name. Two film sequels, including new contributions by Puzo himself, were made in 1974 and 1990. The first and second films are widely held in high esteem as examples of the cinematic arts.

The novel deals with a mob war fought between the Corleone family and the other four of the five Mafia families in New York. After Don Vito Corleone is shot by men working for drug dealer Virgil "The Turk" Sollozzo, Corleone's two sons, Santino and Michael, must run the family business with the help of consigliere Tom Hagen and the two caporegime Peter Clemenza and Salvatore Tessio. When Michael murders Sollozzo and Captain McCluskey, an Irish police officer on the drug lord's payroll, the conflict escalates into a full-scale war; this ultimately results in Santino's murder and Michael's ascension to the head of the family. He initially desires to legitimize the family business, but gradually becomes even more ruthless than his father, orchestrating the murder of all of the family's enemies, including his brother-in-law Carlo Rizzi, who played a part in Santino's murder. Michael then sells all the family's businesses in New York and moves the Corleones to Lake Tahoe, Nevada.

The Corleone family patriarch is Vito (Andolini) Corleone (The Don), whose surname (Italian for "Lionheart") recalls the town of Corleone, Sicily. His birth name is Vito Andolini, but after emigrating to America, he refused to tell the immigration official his last name. The person in charge of the lines said the boy was from Corleone, and the official recorded his name as Vito Corleone. Vito fathered four children: Santino "Sonny" Corleone, Frederico "Fredo" Corleone, Michael "Mike" Corleone, and Constanzia "Connie" Corleone. He also has an informally-adopted son, Tom Hagen, who became the Corleone Family's' consigliere. Vito Corleone is also godfather to the famous singer and movie star Johnny Fontane. The godfather referred to in the title is generally taken to be Vito. However, the story's central character is Michael Corleone. The novel's central theme follows that Michael's destiny is to succeed his father as the head of the family empire, despite his desire to lead an Americanized life with his girlfriend (and eventual wife) Kay Adams.

The Corleone family is in fact a criminal organization with national influence, notably protection, gambling and union racketeering. Serving as the Don's underboss is his oldest son, Santino. The operational side of the organization is headed by two caporegimes, Peter Clemenza and Salvatore Tessio.

The Story in this novel really a great Mafia and Mob activities. It also describe the Mafia live in the 19th Century.

I Choose this novel because this novel teach us the meaning of families and it teach us not to trust stranger in the first sight. Maybe they close to us because they need information and maybe backstabbed you haha.. :’v

Source : Sparknotes.com


Education to Build a Better Future

Do you think Education is important to the human life? If you didn’t think it is important then you are really really wrong. Why? Because our life is really really depends in Education. Without the Education improvement, in fact there will be no human improvements in daily life. Imagine that we will always do the life like our ancestor did in the ancient life. People will never know what is the secret of our cosmos or even the secret inside our body if we didn’t make our education program in a great ways. Everything we know in the school, from scientific to social life is based on the findings of Scientist, Archaeologist, and other great thinker such in Law, Social and others.

Education is the process of facilitating learning, or the acquisition of knowledge, skills, values, beliefs, and habits. Educational methods include storytelling, discussion, teaching, training, and directed research. Mainly the education takes place under the guidance of educators, but learners may also educate themselves. Education can also take place in formal or informal settings and any experience that has a formative effect on the way one thinks, feels, or acts may be considered educational. The methodology of teaching is called pedagogy.

Education began in prehistory, as adults trained the young in the knowledge and skills deemed necessary in their society.

In my opinion, Education is really an important reasons for our Technological advance. We can have every electronic  tools, public transport, even how we eat is because of the education.
Many Ancient Philosopher and Founder divers in the way we live. Hippocrates, he is one of the Ancient Greek that we call as a Father of Medicine. Herodotus, he is also the Ancient Greek that really make his move in History, also Imam Al-Bukhari that scribe the Hadist to remember the Muslims in how they should act.

The Education really take place in our Humankind history, teacher wouldn’t be a teacher if they didn’t study first. Everyone can be a teacher if they have any experience in anything.
A really good education will make our next-generation human smarter than us. We might create another colony in other planets. Imagine that we could have a starport like in the StarWars, or StarTrek.

And again, we should improve our Education to make benefits for our Humankind. But not as a destroyer, but as a maker in the universe.

Selasa, 26 Januari 2016


Going Abroad? Why not? 

Yo! Minna! Long time no see!! 

In this page, I would like to tell you where will I study if I can go abroad to fulfill my needs in Medical Study. Also how to apply to the University.

Based on the QS World University Ranking, the top 10 Medical Schools in the World is;
1.      Harvard University
2.      University of Oxford
3.      University of Cambridge
4.      Johns Hopkins University
5.      Stanford University
6.      University of California, San Francisco
7.      University of California, Los Angeles
8.      Yale University
9.      Karolinska Institute
10.  UCL (University College London)
I would like to tell you in how to apply to Oxford University! Why I chose it? Why I didn’t aim for Harvard? It is because I just like it when I think Europe has its own History in Medieval and Renaissance Age. Maybe beside “if” I studied there, I also could learn its History hehe..
NOW! The Steps to Applying to Oxford!
But first, based on ox.ac.uk, Please note that the application deadline for undergraduate degrees starting at Oxford in 2016 has now passed, and late applications cannot be accepted. The deadline for courses starting in 2017 (or for deferred entry in 2018) will be 15 October 2016. So.. man :v 1 Year waiting for the study? If accepted :’vv 

1.      Ucas Application!
Submit between 1 September and 15 October at www.ucas.com
2.      Tests
For most courses, you need to take a test as part of your application. Please note that separate registration is required for all tests
3.      Written Work
For many courses, you need to send in written work as part of your application
4.      Interview
If you are shortlisted, you will be invited to interview in December
5.      Decisions
Candidates shortlisted in 2015 will be told whether or not their application has been successful on 6 January 2016

That is the short version for applying to Oxford. Be Ready for the long one (Only if you want to read it of course :’v)

A. UCAS Application
            If you want to study at Oxford, you need to apply a year before the start date of your course by completing the online application form at www.ucas.com. Applications open early September, and the deadline is 6pm UK time on 15 October every year.

            You will need to provide information about yourself, including a personal statement where you talk about your interest in the subject or subjects you’re applying for (see our guidance on writing your personal statement). There is also a place where a teacher or advisor needs to give you a reference. This is all submitted through an online form – no additional references, transcripts, or certificates are required or accepted.

            Most people apply to Oxford before they have finished their final year of school or college. If this is the case for you, then you with predicted grades – where they say what they expect you to achieve in your A-levels (or equivalent qualifications).

            You may also need to register for a test or send in written work, depending on your chosen course. There is no separate Oxford application form, unless you are applying for :

            Accelerated Medicine
If you have a science degree and are applying for the four-year Accelerated Medicine course, you must complete a supplementary application form, in addition to the UCAS application, to be submitted by 15 October.

            Choral and Organ Awards
If you want to apply for a choral or organ award, you must complete an additional online application form by 1 September.

            For many courses, you need to take a test or test as part of your application. You will need to register separately for any tests, by a set date in October, and can normally sit them in your school or college, or at a centre near your home.

            It is very important to make arrangements in good time, as your application may not be as competitive – or may not be considered at all – if you do not take any test or tests required for your course.

For the Medicine (A100 and A101), All applicants must take the Biomedical Admissions Test (BMAT). There is a reduced entrance fee if you register before 1 October. Check www.bmat.org.uk for “How to register and specimen papers” :3

C. Written Work
            For many courses, you need to send in written work as part of your application. You should send something that you have produced as part of your normal school or college work, which has been marked by a teacher. We would expect each piece of written work to be no more than 2,000 words, and to receive it by 10 November.

You need to complete a cover sheet for each piece of work that you submit. Download the Written Work Cover Sheet.

            After you have submitted your application (and usually before the end of October), the college considering your application will get in touch to tell you how you should submit your written work. Most colleges will ask you to post your written work (unfolded), although some will accept it electronically. We can’t return written work, so do make sure to keep a copy.

What to send?? :’v

You should send written work that demonstrates your analytical, reasoning, language and writing skills, as appropriate for your chosen degree course. It must be original school or college work, marked by a teacher, and not re-written or corrected in any wary. It may be typed or handwritten – as long as it is legible – and photocopies are acceptable. Individual course pages give more information about the best type of work to send and how long it should be, but no course will accept work longer than 2,000 words.

If you are not sure what to send, or if you are concerned that you do not have suitable written work, you should contact the college that is considering your application.

Extended Essay?? :/

Extended essay for the International Baccalaureate, Extended Projects, or other longer pieces of work which exceed the 2,000 word limit are not acceptable as submitted written work. However, you may like to submit an extract from an extended essay. Also, if you mention your essay in your personal statement, tutors may like to discuss this with you at interview if your application is shortlisted.
Language?? :333

All written work must be in English (except where required for Modern Languages). International students whose work is in a language other than English are asked to submit both the original work and their own translation into English.

But for my course, Medicine, 6 Year and 4 Year accelerated course, the written work is not required :333 Yeah!

D. Interviews at Oxford
There are lots of myths (Whaaaaad? ==”) about interviews at Oxford, but really they’re just conversations about your chosen subject.
The interview plays a vital part in the selection procedure, but remember that the interview is just one aspect of your applications. Tutors will also consider:

1.      Any admissions tests or written work required for your course
2.      Your examination results and predicted grades
3.      Your personal statements
4.      The academic references

Shortlisting : Who gets invited to interview?? 

With so many excellent candidates for each place at Oxford, it just isn’t possible to interview everyone. Tutors review each application before deciding on a shortlist in late November or early December. Tutors then interview the shortlisted candidates, usually in early to mid December. Please check the details for your course on the interview timetable.

You will receive an email or letter indicating whether or not you have been invited for interview. You may not receive this until a week before the interviews are due to take place. If you have been invited, the letter will include practical details of your interview and further information.
Preparing for an interview!

We recommend that you :

1.      Think about some basic questions that may be asked at the beginning of an interview and how you might answer them. For example, tutor may ask why you have chosen this particular subject, and why you want to study it at Oxford.
2.      Read widely around your chosen subject, including newspaper articles, websites, journals, magazines and other publications.
3.      Take a critical views of ideas and arguments that you encounter at school or college, or in the media – think about all sides of debate.
4.      Be prepared to show some background knowledge of the subject, if you are applying for a course not normally studied at school or college, such as Medicine, Law, Biochemistry or Oriental Studies. However, you will not be expected to have detailed understanding of specific or technical topics. For example, you may be asked what role your subject plays in society. Re-read your personal statement, and any written work that you have submitted, thinking about how you might expand on what you wrote.

5.      Interview for yourself. This could be with a teacher or someone else who is familiar with your subject, but preferably not someone you know very well. This will help you to get some more experience of talking about yourself and your work in an unfamiliar environment.

6.      Remind yourself of the selection criteria for your chosen subject

Coming to Oxford

Interviews take place in December, after the end of term. Accommodation and meals will be provided free of charge by the college which has invited you. Although most students will have returned home for Christmas, each college makes sure that there are plenty of undergraduates around to help and advise you.

It’s a good idea to bring a book with you or some school or college work to do, as you will only spend a relatively small amount of your time in Oxford actually in interviews. You can also spend time with the other interview candidates as well as current undergraduates.

Please wear whatever clothes you feel comfortable in. Most tutor will not dress formally, and it is not necessary for you to do so. We recommend that you bring copies of any written work you have submitted, and a copy of your personal statement, as tutors may refer to these during your interview.
Along with your other personal items, we recommend that you bring a mobile phone so that the college can contact you if they need to.

E. Decisions

Shortlisted candidates will be told whether or not their application has been successful on 6th January 2016. Colleges will send either a letter or an email to arrive on that date.
Tutors will make a decision based on :

1.      Your interview
2.      Any admissions tests or written work required for your course
3.      Your examination results and predicted grades
4.      Your personal statement
5.      The academic reference

We receive many thousands of applications each year, and sadly many excellent candidates will not be offered places.

Well.. I think this is enough.. sry readers.. for the complete info, just check the ox.ac.uk :3
Goodbye! Thx for reading! See ya later :’v

Rabu, 13 Januari 2016

Phenes? whut iz dat?

 Yo ma readah.. thx for visiting my blog and see my posts.. just read it then :'v


The technology of our world is really really on its golden age. Everywhere we see is the technological improvements from millenia before. People use the technology to helps with their humane problems, from the farming to industries, medical to military, even transport inside or outside the world. We have a great improvements in this era. But that is not what I’m gonna talk with you about.

You know, we have such great technology improvements in the communications world. We saw everybody has a mobile phone to help them communicate with each other especially from afar. But do you watch people nowadays? On the street, mall, restaurant, even in the bathroom they stay with their cellphone or ‘smartphone’ they called it. People in this era didn’t care about what is the advantages or disadvantages in using the Mobile Phone, they just use it like it is their life. Often I heard that when just a kids or even the adults didn’t brings their phones, they get panic with the situation, just like the world will end if they forgot to bring their smartphone. Like the meteor will hit the earth just right on their head or a great disaster will come and destroy the universe or even a death angel will rise from the middle earth or come in a blink in front of em just to say “Hey, you forgot your phone. Can I just take your life cuz you’re messed up without your phone”. Yeah.. this generation is really spoiled with the technological advances.

In my opinion, the SmartPhone did have such advantages and benefits in it. But we should really see what will happen if we use it too much. Everything too much will cause a problem you know, just like studying or working. Phones right now have the radiation. Not only to our eyes but whole to our body from the hair to the toes. Phone radiation should watched carefully. Maybe you watch or read in the news that somebody just got popped in their rooms while sleeping and hear the music with their earphone. Or a really great people that use their phones while driving or walking and caused sooo much accidents. 

Maybe you just think that I disagree with the Smertphenes like that. But the truth is, I feel soo much helped with that thing. I could contact people from afar, or call someone when in a pinch or I could get the e-mails without opening the Computer, even I could have a group discussion with it in case our member didn’t came to the meetings. But the thing is, we should control are we really need the SmertPhenes everytime, every second? Meh :’v I’d prefer stay with my Laptop rather than my SmertPhenes. Just think about it, when someone just ask you “hey whatcha doin bro?” | “Just hanging out with my phones” | “how bout yesterday? | “same” | “Last week?” | “still”.| Dude.. start the life ==” you have people around you.

Thx for reading my blog ma reader, I just want people know that their phone is not their life. Keep a peace and cool heads bro.. buhbye ;’v