History 101: How To Unite Malays (Part 1)

History Malay Race

(Johann Friedrich Blumenbach (11 May 1752 – 22 January 1840) was a German physician, naturalist, physiologist, and anthropologist. He was one of the first to explore the study of the human being as an aspect of natural history. His teachings in comparative anatomy were applied to his classification of human races, of which he claimed there were five, Caucasian, Mongolian, Malayan, Ethiopian, and American. Text and Image source: Wikipedia)

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IPF – at crossroads

(Crossroads – which path to take now? Image source: http://i.treehugger.com)

From theStar today:-

The Indian Progressive Front (IPF) has no intention of joining Pakatan Rakyat, its acting president Puan Sri Jayashree Pandithan said.

Jayashree said IPF would continue to perform the duties and responsibilities to the Indian community in the country.

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Childhood Memories: Part 11 – Our Luxury Once A Year KFC Fast Food

KFC restaurant fast food

(Way before other fast-food restaurants got our attention, KFC was the only one that we encountered and yet it was a luxury to eat here. Image source: Ktchn Rebel)

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Bad Reversing

I probably need to open a whole new category…

This morning, I saw a car on the third lane of the highway, reversing because (I guess) the driver has missed the ramp couple of metres away. The car – an old red Proton Saga sedan was reversing but it reversed without any reverse lights or indicators.… [Click to read the rest] “Bad Reversing”

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(What is the police waiting for? Image source: http://thesonofmrskarma.kaisetsu.org)

If anyone claimed to be sodomised, it looks like it has to be the Government…

Whilst the Government at large (Pak Lah been doing the MIA role) have kept away from being involved the alleged Anwar’s sodomy case, 2 main people from the Government, the Deputy Prime Minister and the Home Minister have been in the mess, neck level from the very start.… [Click to read the rest] “Un-sodomised?”

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Slamming the phone

(Angry callers. Image source: http://www.whatsgottago.com)

I just hate this…

Someone calls and from the other end is not happy with my actions or decisions and just when I am trying to explain on why I took the said actions or  decisions, they slam down the phone. Very unprofessional!

You have a problem?… [Click to read the rest] “Slamming the phone”

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Police Roadblocks: The Evolution Part 3

Read Part 1 here and Part 2 here

Roadblocks in 2000s

(4 lanes cut into 1. Image source: Wengsan’ Blog)

Certainly the evolution of police roadblocks started to take the ridiculous path in recent times and it started with the last year’s BERSIH & HINDRAF rallies.

When there call for public demonstrations, the police is swift to put roadblocks around Klang Valley in the mornings, making the traffic grinding almost to a stop.… [Click to read the rest] “Police Roadblocks: The Evolution Part 3”

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One for the weekend

Just a short one…

This will be the second week that I have missed on my “childhoodseries and I am guilty as charged. Hopefully I can write down something this weekend.

In the meantime, I will leave you with this:-

What do you see?

Further details next week but if you are “creative enough” to write a short post on the above, email to me and I will post it up in this blog (with due credits of course).… [Click to read the rest] “One for the weekend”

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Anwar: Guilty or Not?

(Image source: http://www.manchetknopen.com)

In case you have missed the on-going saga over at Malaysiakini, here are the links:-

Why I believe Anwar is not guilty

Why I believe Anwar is guilty

Why I still believe Anwar is not guilty

Will there be a reply to the last one? If you ask me, the points under “Anwar not guilty” make more sense.… [Click to read the rest] “Anwar: Guilty or Not?”

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These days when 2 Indians guys meet, there are several ways to greet each other. The favourite ones will be by a firm handshake or a high five or on rare occasions, a hug. Namaste or vanakam (in Tamil) is often reserved for old uncles, old aunties, and visitors from India and the priest from the neighbourhood temple.… [Click to read the rest] “Namaste”

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