It is a slow start for 2016 when it comes to blogging but on the other side of the spectrum, I am making some positive changes this year when it comes to personal health. All weekends and on alternate week days when I am back from office early, I am spending at least an hour or so playing badminton to keep myself in shape.… [Click to read the rest] “All About Good Parenting Part 1”
(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)
(Perodua Viva – still better than the pesky Kancil. Image source: Paul Tan)
After months of planning, saving up for the downpayment and going through the features of available models, my wife has finally decided and booked a Perodua Viva 1.0 (A) as her first car, bringing an option of having 2nd car for the house.… [Click to read the rest] “Next Change: Second Car”
I snapped this incident last weekend when I was returning back from a family gathering.
From afar, the traffic lights showed GREEN, so we, being true blood Malaysians, tried to beat the traffic light but as we inched nearer, the light had turned RED. We managed to slow down in time but not this Kancil.… [Click to read the rest] “What will you do?”
Everyone have heard the maxim “shape up or ship out” but here is one for the road hoggers, the parasites who drive slow on the fast lane and refused to move away when there is a faster vehicle stuck at the back of them:-
This is the 2nd time in this week, I had a lady driver in puny Kancil cutting into my line (the gap in front of my car is not even enough for a small bike) without advance notice (as usual – never use the fucking indicators!) and when I horned this reckless driver, only then she puts up the indicators (what for I don’t know).… [Click to read the rest] “Some Ladies…”
It must have been like 15 years since I last stepped in East Coast of Malaysia.
So a relative’s function in Kuantan last week was just the excuse I needed for a 520 kilometres drive to and fro East Coast. For the record, I never driven past Karak Highway – it is either a journey in a bus, driven by a half asleep driver with a baseball bat safely tucked away under the seat or a journey in a car, driven by experienced but a speed demon friends.… [Click to read the rest] “East Coast”