Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication…                                                                                                                                          



Sliding into Idling Mode

Laid back. Day-dreamed. Surfed the internet. Hehe.

In the afternoon, I went and purchased driver seat’s rubber mat for Nissan, replacement battery and a new steering wheel cover for Kancil.

Returned home to defrost the chicken and headed back out to Alamanda to bowl with my brother & sister. Schweeet.

Stress dropped. Smiles are back on my face. : )


High Speed Tuesday

Easily the busiest Tuesday of the month. Every minute counted. Literally. I took half a day off to do these:

1 – First fetch my brother CB at Banting Matriculation.

2 – Then rushed home to receive my brand-spanking-new Samsung LED TV (scheduled delivery) – there’s a separate post for this.

3 – Rushed to PJ to have the Nissan go through major maintenance (160k 160,000 mileage). It’s only at about 150 plus, but the chain-like sound worried me (must be some lose brackets or something). Traveled back by public transportation.

I bumped into Zahrin in the ERL train and hitched his ride to the hospital. Thanks, Zahrin. It was good to catch up.

My Nissan Sentra was beautifully restored

Just a quick update, on Wednesday June 2nd, I was able to pick up my car from the workshop.

Here’s the entry when I first totaled the front: I lost control of my Nissan Sentra.

Here’s the entry of some investigative work post-crash: Repair and Crash analysis.

The repairman did a phenomenal job restoring the car. It’s an absolutely amazing work. If you ever need a touch-up for your cars here in Malaysia, I’d be happy to refer you to this awesome workshop.

Nissan headlamp replacement

I was in Honeywell office PJ to audit the training for the Instrument/Electrical maintenance crew.

While I was it, I left my Nissan at the nearby service center for the left headlamp replacement.


It was broken before. Now water had sipped inside it. The left headlamp reminded of my left knee for being “repaired” twice – first was arthroscopy and then the actual reconstructive surgery.

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