Just Clueless

(Some things are just too obvious. Image source: http://creativegreenius.wordpress.com)


You can’t help deducting that there are way too many clueless guys running about in MIC these days especially when one makes unnecessary statements in the press as this:-

PUTRAJAYA: Comments by MIC leaders were taken more seriously 10 to 15 years ago when the party was seen as the sole representative of Malaysian Indians and enjoyed the support of about 90% of the community.

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A Mystery

Unsuspecting, I got my son into the car yesterday morning, unlocked the main gates and drove out to send my son to school.

When I came back, somehow I decided not to park the car in the driveway but instead I parked just outside the house. As I walked back, I noticed something on the driveway.… [Click to read the rest] “A Mystery”

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Enforcement 101: The Intense War On Mat Rempit Menace

mat rempit enforcement menace

(War on the menace of civilised society, Mat Rempit is on-going – Image source: Perak Today)

Mat Rempit, the darlings of UMNO Youth are at it again.

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False Police Report

It looks like there is a joker on loose in the state of Perak

From Kickdefella:-

“I didn’t know about the said article. I was informed by my staff and I lodged a report,” he said.

When asked if he realised that he could have tarnished Malaysiakini reputation with his police report, Mohd Hilmi asked: “Isn’t Malaysiakini the same as Malaysian Today or some other blogs?”

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2009 Pulitzer Prize Photographer

The 2009 Breaking News Photography Pulitzer was awarded to Patrick Farrell of the Miami Herald for his coverage of the victims of disastrous storms in Haiti in 2008.

One of the moving photos that caught my eyes was this:-

Photo Notes: Frantz Samedi holds his lifeless 5-year-old daughter, Tamasha Jean, who died when Hurricane Ike’s flood waters swept children and the elderly from their homes in the small Haitian town of Cabaret in this Sept.[Click to read the rest] “2009 Pulitzer Prize Photographer”

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Self Exiled RPK

(Mark of a true blogger. Image source: http://www.asiamedia.ucla.edu)

Someday, someone must enact a monument for this man…he is simply a blast!

Extracted from theStar:-

Raja Petra’s lawyer J. Chandra: Judge, RPK did not turn up in court on the grounds he was on a self-imposed exile from the state for “reasons that are well known.”

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National Pride Again

(It’s back to the aging Perdanas. Image source: Paul Tan)

Here we go again…

The state of Perak is in a turmoil and it looks like it is not only affecting the seat of Menteri Besar but also the model of the cars to be used in official business.

When the Pakatan Rakyat Government headed the state, they decided to change the model of the cars used from Proton Perdana to Toyota Camry.… [Click to read the rest] “National Pride Again”

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Wonder Plus

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One of the “hardest” things to do is for us to “hide” cold drinks from my son.

Since he is easily falls sick with flu after one cold drink, one need to keep a close eye on the refrigerator. To “meet” his demands for some soft drinks, my mother decided to leave a 100-Plus on the kitchen cabinet, outside the refrigerator for my son.… [Click to read the rest] “Wonder Plus”


(The ex-assemblymen of Penanti – why the conflicting reports on why he resigned? Image source: TheStar)

Seriously I am not sure what the folks at PKR are up to?

Using by-elections as a mean of quality control of its representatives? As means of preventing another party hopping by its member? Whatever the reason may be, forcing another by-election is already putting unnecessary strain on all resources.… [Click to read the rest] “Penanti”

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The Elevator Part 2

Read Part 1 here


(This is a tough call – being trapped in the lift for 40 hours!)

I guess it was a matter of being in the wrong place (malfunctioned elevator) at the wrong time (lunch time lah).

In the crowded elevator, I stood at the side which was a blessing in disguise as I could feel the cool breeze from the elevator ventilators.… [Click to read the rest] “The Elevator Part 2”

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