Harjit – Class of 1983

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(Photo courtesy of guest blogger, Harjit)

This photo is interesting because it has Master Noel Chow who was made students tremble with fear and Master Anantha who made learning fun (by the way, you can spot instantly Harjit with one eye closed). I can’t recall other teachers’ names although they look very, very familiar – recognized the lady at the far right as the one who wrongly punished me in Form 3.… [Click to read the rest] “Harjit – Class of 1983”

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The Keris Act

(This picture I guess will be a widely used picture in this blog for obvious reason) 

It looks the circus is in town and soon the nation will be presented with another “Keris Act” from the UMNO Youth. This is what is going through my mind when I saw this in the Star:-

Umno Youth will continue to use the keris as its symbol at the coming party general assembly and believes that with time the non-Malays will become de-sensitised to it.

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Harjit – Class of 1982

(Note: I have resized the photo for easy loading and better dimension. If you need the originals, let me or Harjit know)

I will be posting photos (in a series of posts) from guest blogger, Harjit who was kind enough to response to my call for old La Salle Brickfields photos.… [Click to read the rest] “Harjit – Class of 1982”

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Wasteful Nation

(Picture source: http://www.spylife.com)

The question is not ‘are we one” but rather how soon we realize that we are one.

I been reading about the story on the 2 cops who died in the line of the duty at Rocky’s Bru and I must say some things came too late such as bullet vests and proper “ambush” procedure.… [Click to read the rest] “Wasteful Nation”

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Locked Out

Isn’t Murphy’s Law simply amazing?

When things can go wrong, it will go wrong and it just had to happen on my trip to Kabul. My flight to Dubai was scheduled at 1.00 am, so I decided to finish work early and head home. I gather I could catch couple of hours of sleep or watch some movies before heading to the airport.… [Click to read the rest] “Locked Out”

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Being Malaysian

Early morning joke in the newspaper – PM to Students “Think as Malaysians”:-

IPOH: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi wants students to start thinking as Malaysians, not as Malays, Chinese or Indians. He said it did not matter whether they went to Chinese, Tamil or national schools; they were, above all, Malaysian.

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Bangkok – KL – Kabul

 

I am off flying again – flying to Bangkok and then returning to Malaysia for half day break and then flying off to Kabul again (last minute notice). I love flying but this marathon is a bit too much for me to handle and without much rest too. Hopefully, I can make it in time for Deepavali.… [Click to read the rest] “Bangkok – KL – Kabul”

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In Memory – Kavi Arasu Kannadasan

(Photo source: http://www.chennaionline.com)

I did not realised it until saw the post up at What The Sui

I always loved Kannadasan’s writings and lyrics since it make alot of sense, inspiring and definitely ahead of it’s time. Picking from an article from the net some time ago, this is how Kannadasan was inspired to write his life story in one of my favorite song:-

When director A.

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No holding water talk

 

(Who is toothless, I really wonder. Photo source: http://photo.net) 

You know what, I try not to blog about our politicians….I really do.

Between my hectic work and a fun personal life, the last thing I want to do is to spend precious hours (ok minutes) on talking about the low life called politicians.… [Click to read the rest] “No holding water talk”

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Who’s Money Mazlan?

(No matter what was said about our “angkasawan”, at the end of the day, it is still an expensive, all paid holiday, the way most of us see it. Poster source: Mob’s Crib)

Sometimes I think that some people in the Government have really short memories and more often, have the wrong priorities.… [Click to read the rest] “Who’s Money Mazlan?”

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