It’s Rescue Time!

Once upon a time there was a hand named Handy. One day Handy went for a walk through the woods. While he was walking Handy sang the song “Handy and Sis Cha Ma”.

As he crossed a bridge towards the Green Grass field, he saw an orange fox jumping over a brown dog. Suddenly the orange fox fell on top of Handy and ran quickly across the bridge toward the woods.

The orange fox jumped over the brown fox and was about to fall onto Handy who was crossing the bridge from the woods.

Handy fell into the river but luckily he could swim. He swam and climbed up back onto the bridge. Handy was really surprised by the incident that he accidentally sang, “Mr. Handy and Sis Ma” instead of “Handy and Sis Cha Ma”.

When he reached home, he told the story to his brothers, Left and Right and his sister Sis. At that moment, Right was in his black car. When he heard the story, Right started to laugh out loudly. He could not stop laughing because he thought that it was very funny. As he was laughing, he accidentally push the Autodrive Button to Amcorp Mall.

Right accidentally push the Autodrive Button.

He was too panicked that he couldn’t even stop the Autodrive. Left saw what happened and he knew that he had to do something to help his brother. “This looks like a job for MBH”, said Left.

The MBH logo.

So the MBH went into their helicopter and flew toward Amcorp Mall to save Right . As they flew on top of Right’s car, Left tried to jump down onto Right’s car.

At that moment suddenly came two thousands bicycles racing beside Right’s car. Left cannot get inside the car because of the bicycles so Handy put out his wings and flew into the car. He stopped the Autodrive and saved Right.

As they were saving Right, Sis was pulled out from the car by the racers and they took her away with them. It happened too fast that the MBH could not do anything to stop the racers.

So together with Right, the MBH flew to save Sis.

To be continued.

An Amok At The Malaysian Prime Minister’s Department

On Monday afternoon, a man and a woman ran amok at the Complex B of the Prime Minister’s Department.

CCTV images of the couple entering the complex yesterday before smashing the windows of cars using their samurai swords, they became aggressive when the police told them to surrender.

The man who declared himself as Imam Mahadi was identified as Khalil Afandi Hamid, 47.

His partner is Muhdalina Ahmad, 28 years.

They whipped out samurai swords and smashed the windows of cars parked in the open air car park of the complex.

Police said that said they were very aggressive and even attacked members of the squad who told them to surrender themselves.

Finally one of the officers had to fire three shots to stop them.

The man was hit in his left arm and groin, while the woman was hit in the thigh.

The couple who ran amok after they were shot by the police.

They were rushed to the Putrajaya Hospital.

The man died while the  injured woman is being detained for further investigation.

Drama at PM’s Department: CCTV and Facebook images showing Khalil and the woman (below) after they were shot when they went on a rampage with samurai swords.

Police is still investigating the cause of the amok.

I think it is bad to run amok because it is very violent and innocent people can get hurt.

NASA’s Latest Amazing Photos Of Mars

A handout of the European Space Agency ESA shows a visualisation of Mars, created from spacecraft imagery. ESA’s first mission to the Red Planet is Mars Express. It comprises an orbiter carrying seven scientific instruments to probe the planet’s atmosphere, structure and geology, including a search for evidence of hidden water. The main spacecraft will also release the UK’s small Beagle 2 lander to gather and test rock and soil samples on the surface. British space probe Beagle 2 failed to broadcast a signal on December 25, 2003, to confirm it had landed on Mars, but scientists said they were waiting for a second contact opportunity later on Thursday. REUTERS/Ho/European Space Agency ESA

NASA has released amazing photos of Mars from its Rover named Opportunity.

From the photos we can see the panorama of Mars where Opportunity spent four-month of Martian winter.

A full-circle scene combining 817 images taken by the panoramic camera (Pancam) on NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity. The US space agency NASA is calling it the “next best thing to being” on the Red Planet. (AFP Photo/)
Images taken by the panoramic camera (Pancam) on NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity. The US space agency NASA is calling it the “next best thing to being” on the Red Planet. (AFP Photo/)

 Images taken by the panoramic camera (Pancam) on NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity. The US space agency NASA is calling it the “next best thing to being” on the Red Planet. (AFP Photo/)
Images taken by the panoramic camera (Pancam) on NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity. The US space agency NASA is calling it the “next best thing to being” on the Red Planet. (AFP Photo/)
Images taken by the panoramic camera (Pancam) on NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity. The US space agency NASA is calling it the “next best thing to being” on the Red Planet. (AFP Photo/)
Images taken by the panoramic camera (Pancam) on NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity. The US space agency NASA is calling it the “next best thing to being” on the Red Planet. (AFP Photo/)
Images taken by the panoramic camera (Pancam) on NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity. The US space agency NASA is calling it the “next best thing to being” on the Red Planet. (AFP Photo/)

Here are more amazing photos of Mars.

A TextureCam analysis of a Mars image is able to distinguish rocks from soil.
A close-up of the sunset on Sol 24 as seen by the Imager for Mars Pathfinder was released by the Jet Propulsion Labratory August 27. The red sky in the background and the blue around the Sun are approximately as they would appear to the human eye but the color of the Sun itself is not correct — the Sun was overexposed in each of the 3 color images that were used to make the picture. The true color of the Sun itself may be near white or slightly bluish.
This magnified look at the martian soil near the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity’s landing site, Meridiani Planum, shows coarse grains sprinkled over a fine layer of sand, in this image released by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, February 4, 2004. The image was captured on the 10th day of the rover’s mission by its microscopic imager and roughly approximates the color a human eye would see. Opportunity, NASA’s second of two roving Mars probes, rolled ten feet off its lander onto Mars on January 31.