Pakatan Gangsters

(After PKR, the next PR party in trouble in DAP but are they? Image source: http://www.fahnenversand.de)

Well, perhaps it was from a pro-BN blogger, I was not surprised to read this:-

In the same breath the Pakatan Gangsters conducted a candle light vigil against the ISA yesterday. The vigil was just a distraction – to divert attention away from the crap that is now hitting the fan: their links with gangsterism

Gangsterism is increasing in Selangor and consequently in Kuala Lumpur.

KLIA: 3 Ways to Avoid Getting Lost in an Airport

(KLIA is no doubt huge but it is not difficult to find the way around. Image source: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/)

Picked this gem up from Rocky Bru:-

Kenapa tak ada ground staff KLIA yang jaga untuk memberi arahan! Bodoh babi betul. Buat malu negara. Ada airport cantik tetapi planning macam kat kampung zaman P.Ramlee. 

Time’s 2009 Top 25 Blogs

Time Magazine names the following as the top 25 blogs “in the world, spanning politics, housekeeping, astronomy and everything in between” for the year 2009:-

  1. Talking Points Memo
  2. The Huffington Post
  3. Lifehacker
  4. Metafilter
  5. The Daily Dish by Andrew Sullivan
  6. Freakonomics
  7. BoingBoing
  8. Got2BeGreen
  9. Zen Habits
  10. The Conscience of a Liberal: Paul Krugman
  11. Crooks and Liars
  12. Generación Y
  13. Mashable
  14. Slashfood
  15. Official Google Blog
  16. synthesis
  17. bleat
  18. /Film
  19. Seth Godin’s Blog
  20. Deadspin: Sports News without Access, Favor, or Discretion
  21. Dooce
  22. Confessions of a Pioneer Woman
  23. Said the Gramophone
  24. Detention Slip
  25. Bad Astronomy

Click here for details and why

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(Time Magazine Logo image source: http://www.amanochocolate.com)

Temples vs Schools

Actually this is something that me and my cousin have in our minds for some time now…

(Having beautiful temples is good but having better educated students is better – Image source: http://media.merchantcircle.com)

This will be, in my opinion, one of the best ideas to come when it comes to our fellow Indians’ behaviour with donation money and temples.…

The One Sided Threat

It is rather humorous to read a politician’s threats

(There are always 2 sides of the story and thus it justifies fairness on both sides. Image source: http://www.seattlepi.com)

Yes, the threat can be real of course – after all, they are holding all the ISA, MACC, PDRM, etc panic buttons. It is humorous because politicians are well known to be very selective in their threats.…

MACC Critics

(MACC – was a big mistake and is not an institution for all Malaysians? Image source: http://www.mysinchew.com)

As the police are having a hard time piecing together the sequences that led to Teoh Beng Hock, the mainstream media led by the ruling party is doing its own spin. The fact that it is now touching on sensitive areas like racial composition of the MACC leads one to think that the Government have lost all avenues to keep shielding MACC from a guilty stand and is desperate to distract our attentions from MACC.…

Botak’s Code of Ethics

(Bloggers – Government’s worst nightmare and at times, people’s hope! Image source: http://gal.darkervision.com)

From Malaysiakini:-

Home Minister Syed Hamid Albar has suggested that a code of ethics be drawn up for bloggers in the country in order to safeguard the nation from racial or religious conflict.

Merah Hitam on the other hand asked “does Hamid Albar eligible to talk about code of ethics?”…

Changing Clothes Again

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Update: The new template is great but there are some bugs to the code and as Yvy mentioned in the comments, the side bar need to be trimmed. So, the old template is back until I have the time to check the codes and change the background picture.
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There comes a time when you open your blog early in the morning, stare at the screen for 5 minutes and then tell yourself “Man, this blog template is getting boring”.
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