Military 101: The Agile, Beloved F-5E The Tiger II Fighter

RMAF TUDM F-5E Freedom Fighter

(Small, sleek, agile but seriously packed with a powerful punch, Northrop’s F-5E Tiger II – the Royal Malaysian Air Force’s first supersonic fighter jet and the first that was considered as the most advanced fighter jet in its inventory in the 1970s and 1980s. Image of the F-5F the two-seater variant source: Wikipedia)

I always have the special fondness when it comes to the military especially when it is related Malaysian military.… [Click to read the rest] “Military 101: The Agile, Beloved F-5E The Tiger II Fighter”

Changing Times: 1970s Kids vs 2000s Kids Part 2

kids

Continuing from Part 1, things have certainly changed on the aspect of parenting & how kids behave once we have passed the new millennium. In the age of information, the conventional method of parenting had altered to a large extent. Infographic source: www.pinterest.com

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Changing Times: 1970s Kids vs 2000s Kids Part 1

kids

For those who were born in the 1970s, the best years of their lives (other than when your kids were born) would have been the 1980s, the year when we started schooling and also the year when we had the best music made – both Western and Tamil. Poster source: www.wrockshop.eu[Click to read the rest] “Changing Times: 1970s Kids vs 2000s Kids Part 1”

Boycott Malaysia 2019: Understand Outbursts On Article 370

India’s removal of special status under Article 370 to Jammu & Kashmir sparked protests namely from Pakistan and somehow by a weird sequence of events (maybe the stars were not lined properly), also led to a call to boycott Malaysian’s services & goods by Indians who were not happy with Dr M’s speech in UN.… [Click to read the rest] “Boycott Malaysia 2019: Understand Outbursts On Article 370”

Childhood Memories: Part 00 – Demise of the Indian Barber Shop

Indian Barber

Don’t think any Malaysians from my generation had not been to an Indian barber in the neighbourhood. Image (Source)

My first experience of going to a barber was back in the old neighbourhood where the barber was actually the neighbour who lived in the same row of houses like us.… [Click to read the rest] “Childhood Memories: Part 00 – Demise of the Indian Barber Shop”

Direction of a Nation Part 2

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(Here’s why we should go that extra mile to ensure science, technology and mathematics forms the bedrock of a nation instead of religion. Infographic source: http://visual.ly/transforming-science-education)

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Old Photos – Part 3

Before we proceed with this week’s short post, there are 3 things I wanted to say aloud.

First is Waytha, after the hunger strike stunt that he pulled before the elections and got his MOU with Najib had now resigned – he rightfully deserved it, if you ask me. The way to go is to stop fighting for rights and benefits based on racial lines and do so more on poverty lines so that all races in this country will fairly benefit from it.… [Click to read the rest] “Old Photos – Part 3”

History 101: Nelson Mandela Struggle vs False Struggle

Nelson Mandela Struggle

(Invictus – starring Morgan Freeman and Matt Damon and directed by Clint Eastwood. It is one movie that portrays Nelson Mandela in his best moments and no one had does it better than Morgan Freeman. Image source: Amazon)

When a political party is having its usual general assemblies – you can be assured that there always be some “interesting” statements made in the general public.… [Click to read the rest] “History 101: Nelson Mandela Struggle vs False Struggle”

Quotable Quotes 101: Not Paying Taxes

Foremost, rest in peace to former South African President Nelson Mandela who passed away last Thursday. A real statesman like him will be greatly missed.

taxpayers

(Here’s one fine example of “instead of giving priority to the minorities, just concentrate on the majority”, courtesy of the Taliban – never forget one’s history even if it took place thousand years ago when “ketuanan” thing was almost non-existence and traders, preachers and intellectuals from every great civilizations made this country their home and trading port.[Click to read the rest] “Quotable Quotes 101: Not Paying Taxes”

Childhood Memories: Part 26 – Deepavali Gathering At Grandma’s House

Read the whole childhood series here

deepavali childhood

(No Deepavali is ever complete without the crunchy murukkus – I am sure everyone agrees on that. The photo was taken on Deepavali last year)

Certainly, Deepavali was not like how it used to be back those days, somehow some things have changed, don’t you think so?… [Click to read the rest] “Childhood Memories: Part 26 – Deepavali Gathering At Grandma’s House”

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