Sparing the Parts

(One of those parts that was considered as ‘brand new’ which came in a box that had nothing much descriptions on the manufacturer and quality of the part. It was silver and shiny at first. The rust came very quickly later)

In view of my recent endeavour to restore my car to “showroom condition” and improve on the riding comfort and safety along the way, it might impact me in the near future.… [Click to read the rest] “Sparing the Parts”

Good Question!

(Hardly looked like a composed PhD student – Image source: TheStar)

TheStar says:-

Hamood Sheehab Hamid, 45, was charged with committing the offence driving in a reckless and dangerous manner, under section 41 (1) of the Road Transport Act 1987, at the traffic light exit to USM, at Jalan Transkrian about 9.45am.

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Making Malaysia Proud

(Malaysia grown F1 driver – Fairuz Fauzy and hopefully he fairs better than Alex Yoong during the actual racing. Image source: http://www.f1fanatic.co.uk)

TheStar reports:-

The Lotus brand returned to full testing for the first time in 16 years when reserve driver Fairuz Fauzy completed 76 laps in the T127 machine at Jerez on Wednesday.

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1Malaysia & Civil Servant Composition

This is something worth reading…

(Malaysia has one bloated civil service – is there anyway to improve the delivery process? Image source: www.asiancorrespondent.com / Malaysiakini)

As was posted in Malaysia Today couple days ago:-

By Dr Lim Teck Ghee & Tan Sri Ramon Navaratnam

This was written as a commentary in response to an article by Datuk Shagul Hamid Abdullah, Director-General of Biro Tatanegara that recently appeared in a national daily.

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Let’s Focus on Election

(It is not the end of things for the former MB – the real test will come in form of voters’ votes in the next election. Are we ready for it? Image source: http://malaysiasms.wordpress.com)

TheStar reports:-

Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abdul Kadir is the valid Perak mentri besar, the Federal Court ruled unanimously.

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Childhood Memories: Part 18 – Wild Ride On Public Buses

bus childhood transport

(Toong Fong was one the bus that I took on a daily basis when I was still very young. I was not that old to take this model – lane: Chan Sow Lin Road but the Toong Fong logo on the side of the bus remained until it was absorbed into Intrakota.[Click to read the rest] “Childhood Memories: Part 18 – Wild Ride On Public Buses”

Readying Perak

Let’s look at the news snippets first….

First, this:-

The conundrum of who is the rightful menteri besar of Perak will be resolved on Tuesday (Feb 9) when the five-man Federal Court bench pronounces its ruling.

Then, this:-

Twenty-four marginal seats are expected to play a major role in deciding which party rules Perak, should a snap poll be called

And then finally this:-

Election Commission deputy chairman Datuk Wan Ahmad Wan Omar recently disclosed that 28 per cent or 4.39 million Malaysians had yet to register as voters.

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