(PKR cannot be a one-man-show. At end of the day, it has to rely on committees, rules and procedures. Dr Molly Cheah now heads a nine-member central election committee — made up of ordinary members — who will oversee the party’s first-ever direct elections. Image source: Wikipedia)
One main concern whenever we enter a restaurant is how good is the food. The other is whether the restaurant is clean or not and how good is the service. Image source: Wide Open Eat
(We are ok with highways and highway toll booths but we are pissed off with the one-sided agreement and the huge compensation being paid from the tax payers’ pockets. Image source: Compare Hero.my)
(It is reputed that 2% of the computers in the world runs on Linux distro Ubuntu – a free and open-source OS that stands on its own against Windows-based OS and 90% of the supercomputers in the world runs on Linux. Image source: http://masoncloud.com)
The Unexpected Mission is the title of my entry for 2009’s NaNoWriMo and it has taken me about 11 months to complete it to my satisfaction.
(The old neighbourhood – today Institut Megatech stands on its ground and the uncle’s barbershop used to be where Intec College now stands. The only thing that has not changed in the last 40 years is the Shell Petrol Station. It has been there as far as I can remember. It is a big surprise to see the houses that used to stand between the main road and the river is no longer there. Image source: Google Map)
Still, remember your very first neighbours or your old neighbourhood from your childhood days?
What makes a modern pirate in the modern world and especially on the world wide web? Image source: PIT Journal
“What is the difference between a statesman and a politician? A statesman does what he believes is best for his country, a politician does what best gets him re-elected” so said the last leader of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev. Image source: The Economist
I love reading books since I was still small. My grandmother often says that all it needs to keep me busy is a book. As an adult, I guess one of the “wisest” things that I have done in my life related to reading & books is to buy a proper book cabinet and set my own library.
(My latest collection of books – the one in green cost RM8.50 each whilst the Mammoth Book is RM19.90 – a far cry from Dan Brown’s latest thriller costing RM40)
I like reading (my wife have started to pick up reading, with a pace of 1-2 pages per day but reading a book still sounds “Greek” to my son) and over the years, I have been collecting books but without a proper shelf or cabinet, the books were simply lying all over the place.
(The main characters in the movie – Image source: http://nowrunning.com)
I used to hate Tamil movies, especially after the 1990s…
Ya, they had great music and if you throw in Sivaji Ganesan and Kamalahasan, great acting too but one thing I hated the most was the storyline – dumb and illogical. There is no logical explanation on how one hero can take on 20 or so armed gangsters and still come out alive or how a very beautiful girl from a very rich family loves a hardcore gangster from the slum on the very first day.