An interesting story on yesterday’s Malay Mail titled “PM: Where is the support?”
I am just loss for words, just like the Prime Minister but while he is wondering on why rally driver Karamjit Singh does not have the support of the private sector to continue racing for the country, I am wondering why the Sport Minister was sitting on the issue all this time.
(Remember this statement from Bill Clinton? Are you making the right presumptions?)
I had a good lesson in making the right presumptions couple days ago when I was listening to a radio show where people call in to talk about their problems and sometimes, call in to say sorry to people who they have hurt or had misunderstanding.
(Tailgating – some idiots do it on daily basis. They have little consideration on the safety of others)
Anyone who saw this advertisement in Astro must have appreciated the great message that the advertisement was trying to convey – don’t tailgate. But a quick look at the advertisement reveals other important lessons too.
I was at IJN last Friday to get my dad admitted for a bypass heart surgery. His surgery was due on Monday. As we were not sure what time the admission, we decided to leave early to beat the jam and get a good parking spot. So, there were we leaving the house early at about 6.45
Before anyone presses the panic button, let me assure you that I am not down with any dengue fever. I have been hit with a “Bing & Bong” fever. They are the characters from children serial “Tiny Planets”.