The song “Enna Solla Pogirai” (meaning – “what you are going to say”) been humming in my mind for the last few days. It is one of my favourites among Shankar Mahadevan’s songs and when I watched Shankar Mahadevan singing it in a concert over Astro Vannavil; it was a great feeling to hear it again.… [Click to read the rest] “My Favourite Tamil Song 101: Enna Solla Pogirai By AR Rahman 2000”
Last week, my younger cousin was getting married and out of many weddings that I have attended (so far); this one was a bit different. It almost ended with a “mini” disaster.
The wedding was scheduled to start at about 6.20 pm but by the time we dressed up and wade through the heavy traffic jam, it was almost 7.15 pm.… [Click to read the rest] “Indian Wedding Part 3”
Well, running through videos at Youtube brings some extra cheers on a Monday morning. There is justice after all for the rest of motorist on the road.… [Click to read the rest] “Enforcement 101: Damn Mat Rempit, Finally Justice Served!”
“Government is not reason, it is not eloquence, it is force; like fire, a troublesome servant and a fearful master. Never for a moment should it be left to irresponsible action.”
—George Washington, speech of January 7, 1790
Perhaps we are getting too used to it, so much so that we are taking many things for granted.… [Click to read the rest] “The problem with Malaysian Opposition”
We were tired and hungry but the cool rain that was sweeping Taiping when we arrived was a pleasant change. The Duracos adapted well to the wet road conditions but I did not take the risk of pushing them further.… [Click to read the rest] “Rain…the story”
Just came back from Taiping after spending couple of “wet” days there.
I should have known – the monsoon season have started and being at the “wettest” place in Malaysia is not a good idea. My son and wife was down with cough, flu and fever.
More on the story and pictures once I have settled down.… [Click to read the rest] “Rain…”
I picked up the newspaper today and one story brought a smile. It was titled “Mat Rempit dies in crash while racing”. I had expected to find a story that said that couple of Mat Rempits had died squashed by a heavy truck whilst racing but all I got was this:-
… [Click to read the rest] “One down, many more to go…”
A 22-year-old Mat Rempit was killed when his motorcycle crashed while overtaking a car in Jalan Bechah Kura, near Peringat, early yesterday.
It sounds interesting to hear from a foreigner that “Malaysia Boleh” is out and “Malaysia Bodoh” is in.
I found this post by Michael Backman (linked at Unspun) titled “While Malaysia fiddles, its opportunities are running dry”. Being online, the Malaysian blogsphere soon got hold of it and posted it as well – here, here, here, here and there.… [Click to read the rest] “Malaysia Bodoh – So what’s new?”
Take a good look at the image above. Done? You may want to take a second look. Done? Congratulations, you are now been converted to a Christian.
You say what! You may ask what the hell I am talking about. Well, according to PPIM (Islamic Consumer Association of Malaysia), looking at a cross will convert you to a Christian.… [Click to read the rest] “Cross pattern – a threat to Islam?”
Goodyear Ducaro GA was a major improvement over the older Eagle GA. What a grip! That was my first impression of the Ducaro but then again, it has to be since the tires were brand new. Image source: Hawk Tayar… [Click to read the rest] “Know Your Car Basics 101: Goodyear Ducaro GA, First Good Impressions”