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 Post subject: monthly safety report for construction
PostPosted: Tue Jul 15, 2008 11:18 am 
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saya ni baru dalam SHO. saya akan jaga satu projek yang memerlukan monthly safety report. ada sesiapa kat sini ada sample tak


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 Post subject: Re: monthly safety report for construction
PostPosted: Tue Jul 15, 2008 1:02 pm 
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Salam.

Alamak beb,sorang pun tak reply.
tak pe la,aku tolong setakat aku mampu.
Bagi mail ko la,senang aku antar sample safety report.

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 Post subject: Re: monthly safety report for construction
PostPosted: Tue Jul 15, 2008 1:59 pm 
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saya punya email adress ialah noor_fadzely1977@yahoo.com
thank you 4 ur help


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 Post subject: Re: monthly safety report for construction
PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 2008 9:36 am 
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yeah can u mail me a sample too. Not really sure what to write in those reports. Oh yeah and Also, I've been engaged on projects so far and hired under contract. So what kind of report should I prepare? I mean those who have full time permanent jobs in a company could be easier, but those on contract work on projects how arr?


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 Post subject: Re: monthly safety report for construction
PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 2008 9:43 am 
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oh yeh my e-mail is zyon55@gmail.com hope to get a reply soon. =) tks.


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 Post subject: which I call Lesson No. 1
PostPosted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 4:49 am 
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"Absolutely," rich dad answered, "absolutely."

"The poor and the middle class work for money." "The rich have money work for them."

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 Post subject: 05
PostPosted: Mon Mar 09, 2009 7:58 am 
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I'm going to bump the thread

PRETTY WOMAN
PART 5

INT. PENTHOUSE BATHROOM - DAY
Vivian turns on the water in the tub. It fills the tub in a
torrential rush.
VIVIAN
You could hold a pep rally in
here!
The phone on the marbled bathroom wall suddenly rings. Edward
reaches for it.
EDWARD
(into the phone)
Yes.
INT. STUCKEY'S HOUSE - INTERCUT
Stuckey is walking around his desk.
STUCKEY
Edward, it's me. Kross is all
set for tonight.
INT. PENTHOUSE BATHROOM - DAY
Vivian stares curiously at the bidet.
STUCKEY
Listen, I gotta say this again,
I don't like you going alone.
She turns it on. The water hits her in the face.
EDWARD
(stifling a chuckle)
I'm a big boy.
There are lotions and shampoos and bubblebaths on the edge of
the tub. Vivian regards them like a kid in a candy shop.
STUCKEY
Let me at least get you a date.
Keep it social.
Edward watches as Vivian smells some bubble bath. She smiles.
Her eyes ask Edward if it's okay to...? He nods.
STUCKEY
Edward, did you hear me?
EDWARD
I'm here.
STUCKEY
I know a lot of nice girls.
Vivian pours the bubblebath into the swirling water. There's
something about the look on her face... the way she bites her
lower lip... curious, sensual...
EDWARD
I have one.
Edward hangs up the phone as Vivian curiously turns on the
television. The sound blares. She fumbles to turn it down.
Edward reaches over and turns it off.
EDWARD
All right. How much for the week?
VIVIAN
What?
EDWARD
I'm in town until Saturday.
She look at him like he isn't speaking English.
EDWARD
Do-you-want-to-stay-here-
for-the-week?
It takes Vivian a moment to respond.
VIVIAN
It'd cost you.
EDWARD
Of course. How much?
VIVIAN
Five full nights... days too?
Edward nods. Vivian hesitates... it's got to be enough to
really change things... She shoots for the moon again.
VIVIAN
Four thousand.
EDWARD
Vivian, may I point out five more
nights at three hundred a night
is only 1,500.
VIVIAN
But you want days too.
EDWARD
All right, two thousand.
VIVIAN
Three.
EDWARD
Done.
VIVIAN
Holy shit.
And then, quickly getting herself back together, she flips on
the sexy smile.
VIVIAN (cont'd)
Sugar, you got it. I will treat
you like a prince. Anything,
anyway you want.
EDWARD
I'm not just talking about sex.
VIVIAN
Look butthead, I'll treat you so
nice you'll never want to let me
go, okay?
EDWARD
Three thousand for five days.
And Vivian, I will let you go.
INT. PENTHOUSE BEDROOM - MORNING
Edward comes out into the bedroom. Vivian quickly follows.
They move through the bedroom into the living room.
EDWARD
I'll be out most of the day.
He reaches into his pocket for a money clip. He peels off
bills. He hands the cash to Vivian.
EDWARD
I want you to go out and buy some
decent clothes.
Vivian's eyes go wide at the amount of money.
EDWARD
Nothing too flashy, not too sexy.
Conservative. Understand?
INT. PENTHOUSE ENTRANCE WAY - DAY
They're at the front door.
VIVIAN
Yeah, you want me to dress like
your high class girlfriend.
You're wasting your money though.
All I'm gonna do is hang around
the hotel. As a matter of fact,
I may never get out of that
bathtub.
Edward opens the door, he starts to exit. He turns back.
EDWARD
Think again. I'm taking you out
to an important dinner with me
tonight.
The door closes in her face.
INT. OUTSIDE THE PENTHOUSE DOOR - DAY
VIVIAN (O.S.)
(from inside)
What? Are you crazy?
Edward smiles to himself.
EDWARD
Probably.
INT. PENTHOUSE BATHROOM - DAY
Vivian is stretched out in the hot bubble bath. The TV is on.
She clicks the remote control in her hand.
VIVIAN
Three thousand...
She lies back into the soapy water and disappears. She suddenly
pops back up, laughing.
VIVIAN
Three thousand!
A thought occurs to her. She reaches for the cordless phone.
She dials. She waits. She is about to disconnect when the
phone is answered.
KIT (O.S.)
'Lo.
VIVIAN
Kit! Where've you been?
KIT (O.S.)
I was asleep. You woke me. You
okay?
VIVIAN
Kit, listen, the guy last night,
the one in the Ferrari, I'm at
this hotel, the Regent Beverly
Wilshire, it's this absolutely
unbelievable place and he's hired
me for a whole week and Kit,
listen, he's paying me three
thousand bucks! We can get out
of the apartment. We can get out
of this town. We can do anything!
(silence)
Kit? Hey, you there?
KIT (O.S.)
Why'd he want you?
That hurts. Perhaps because Vivian's been wondering the same
thing.
VIVIAN
He... he just does.
KIT (O.S.)
I'm sorry, Viv'. Carlos has been
on my back.
(a beat)
Did you get the money up front
like I taught ya'?
VIVIAN
Three hundred for last night and
he gave me extra to buy some
clothes. Now listen, I'm gonna
leave an envelope for you at the
front desk.
Give me two hundred to the scum
bucket and the other hundred to
that asshole landlord for part
of the rent. Spend it on drugs
and I'll pull your hair out.
KIT
I'm getting dressed now. I'll
be over. Bye.
VIVIAN
Hey Kit, where do I go for the
clothes? Good stuff on him.
KIT (O.S.)
(brightening)
In Beverly Hills?
VIVIAN
Yeah.
KIT (O.S.)
Baby! Rodeo Drive.
INT. HOTEL LOBBY - DAY
Vivian comes out of the elevator and crosses the lobby. She
is back in her hooker clothes. She leaves an envelope at the
front desk.
MR. THOMAS, the prim, middle-aged hotel manager, steps out from
his office. He stares in surprise and displeasure as he sees
Vivian exit out the front door. Vivian doesn't notice the odd
stares she gets from two well-dressed MIDDLE-AGED WOMEN who are just entering.
EXT. RODEO DRIVE - DAY
Vivian is looking wide-eyed and delighted and yes, more than
a bit overwhelmed. She passes store windows... and MORE STORE
WINDOWS... and still MORE STORE WINDOWS. Each display is more beautiful and expensive than the one before.
Vivian is also aware that she is getting odd looks. From
PASSERBY'S. Two beautiful dressed GIRLS her own age look at
her, turn away and giggle. The uniformed GUARDS that stand at
attention in front of many of the stores, stare at her suspiciously.
Feeling more and more uncomfortable, Vivian comes to a posh
woman's boutique. She hesitates for a moment. She enters.
INT. BOUTIQUE - DAY
Vivian is no sooner in the door than she is subject to the
disapproving stare of a SALESWOMAN standing behind the counter.
SALESWOMAN
(cooly)
May I help you?
VIVIAN
I'm just looking, thanks.
Vivian tiptoes through the shop as if it was filled with delicate glass objects. She cautiously examines a dress. The Saleswoman quickly comes around the counter and approaches her.
SALESWOMAN
Are you looking for something in particular?
VIVIAN
Yes. Something... conservative.
SALESWOMAN
Yes...
Vivian eyes the Saleswoman, puzzled at her tone. She examines
a dress.
VIVIAN
You have beautiful things.
(no reply)
How much is this?
SALESWOMAN
I don't think it would fit you.
VIVIAN
(beginning to get the
drift)
I didn't ask if it would fit.
I asked how much it was.
SALESWOMAN
It's very expensive.
Vivian's body tenses as she stares at the Saleswoman.
VIVIAN
What is with you?
SALESWOMAN
(unblinking)
Excuse me?
VIVIAN
I'm going to spend money.
SALESWOMAN
I don't think we have anything
for you here. You're obviously
in the wrong place.
Vivian is speechless. She turns and stomps toward the door.
She stops and spins around staring at the Saleswoman. Vivian
flips her off. She throws the door open and storms outside.
The Saleswoman calmly strolls back to her counter and returns
to her place.

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