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Thoughts of JM
membebel pasal kerja adalah hobi kite
Aku selalu rasa otak aku suka membebel. Yang buat aku rasa nak menulis. Tapi timing dia... hish. Time tengah drive. Time tengah mandi. Time naik LRT. Bila dah tenang-tenang depan laptop, entah mana semua bebelan tu pergi. Tapi lately rasa mostly apa yang otak aku fikir is more to career stuffs. Kadang-kadang penat dengar. Tapi tu lah... valid la jugak apa dia fikir. Untuk masa depan kot. Kadang-kadang rasa my attachment to the job, to the project, to the team is way too much. I should put a limit. Pagi-pagi bangun, tengok email. Baca morning report. Time dah start kerja tu okaylah, understandable. Petang balik while dalam kereta pun boleh pulak tengok2 email. Dah-dahlah tu Eira. Kalau weekend lagilah, memang time bangun pagi, tengah gegolek atas katil sambil mata tak betul2 bukak baca morning report. Sometimes aku rasa, I would do anything for the project. Tapi tu lah, we're not that knowledgeable as yet, so we could only helps on reporting stuff, getting signatures here and there,... (more)

Bits Middy's Life
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In the coming years, if not sooner, social media will become a powerful tool that consumers will agressively use to influence business attributes & force companies into greater social responsibility - and, I suggest, move us towards a more sustainable practice of capitalism. - Simon Mainwaring

The Common Ills
Iraq snapshot
Iraq snapshot Thursday, October 23, 2014. Chaos and violence continue, the US government and the Turkish government clash, Mount Sinjar is not a White House success, and much more. Recep Tayyip Erdogan is the President of Turkey and he's in the news cycle. Hugh Naylor and Brian Murphy (Washington Post) report, "Turkey’s president sharpened criticism of U.S. airdrops to aid Syrian Kurdish fighters battling the Islamic State, but promised on Thursday that Kurdish reinforcements would soon arrive in the embattled border town of Kobane. [. . .] Erdogan also amplified his criticism of U.S. airdrops to help the Syrian Kurdish fighters, claiming it was blatant interference in Turkish affairs." In what may have been a retaliation for criticizing the White House publicly, David Cohen went on the attack against Turkey today. James Reinl (Rudaw) reports Treasury Undersecretary Cohen declared today that US sanctions will be... (more)

SmallBusinessLoan
Small Business Loan Industry Opportuniti
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The small business loan industry is currently catering to its new applicants and existing company owners by offering an array of investment opportunities. With SBA loans especially, more than a handful of affiliated lenders are capable of securing a variety of commercial loans. Whether looking for short term loans or otherwise, the Small Business Administration has been able to branch out in terms of scope and extended services to make things a little easier for those who apply, but also for those whose loans are primed for reaching the next level. Small business loan specifics will of course depend upon circumstance(s); government loans of this nature are structured accordingly in order to assist most every type of profitable venture, yet complying with a number of guidelines contained in each respective loan agreement is paramount to the process. Potential borrowers may want to inquire within regarding what it takes to get... (more)

Truth in Love
The President and the Prophet
Link: about.me/gideonsword The President & The Prophet: Obama’s Unusual Encounter with Eric Metaxas Author: Mark Joseph Source: National Review - February 7, 2012 Barack Hussein Obama If the organizers of the national prayer breakfast ever want a sitting president to attend their event again, they need to expect that any leader in his right mind is going to ask -- no, demand -- that he be allowed to see a copy of the keynote address that is traditionally given immediately before the president’s. That’s how devastating was the speech given by a little known historical biographer named Eric Metaxas, whose clever wit and punchy humor barely disguised a series of heat-seeking missiles that were sent, intentionally or not, in the commander-in-chief’s direction. Although Obama began his address directly after Metaxas by saying, “I’m not going to be as funny as Eric but I’m grateful that... (more)




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