Wednesday, June 30, 2010

WHAT! Another RM700 millions to PKFZ ???

Deputy Transport Minister Abdul Rahim Bakri has given an assurance that the government will pay what is due to the Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) bondholders.

PKA is due to pay RM723 million to the bondholders, although it has taken KDSB to court for alleged overcharging.

The Internal Revenue Board (IRB), Lim noted further, has also asked PKA to pay RM328 million owed by KDSB in alleged backdated taxes. (click here to read)

Aiyoyo, another payment to PKFZ eventhough it full with corruption scandals?

Like this, bondholders are laughing all the way to the bank with the big bonus paycheck!

This is a very bad news. This is how the taxpayer money spends. No wonder no fund for educational support and we are in deep shit.

Monday, June 28, 2010

Islam Is Perfect, Muslims Are Not !

A police lance corporal believed to be hiding from a khalwat raid died after he fell from the third floor of a hotel here yesterday.

It is believed that the 33-year-old policeman had climbed out of the window of the hotel room when the state Religious Affairs Department enforcement officers knocked on the door at 2am.

U can read the rest of the story by clicking here.

Another case of death because fleeing from khalwat. This is the second time I write in my blog about this kind of story. Before this it involved a student, (u can read it by clicking here) but this time, it involved a policemen.

Honestly I feel sad for them. Instead of die in Iman, they died in this terrible way. Not that I want to say anything bad to them. This is just a reminder for me, and to all my dear readers to so that we can learn to not doing the same mistake.

But that’s not my real point, my real point here is about few comments that I read regarding this case that bothering me. These few comments are;

Saturday, June 26, 2010

Rakyat Win to Stop The Football Betting License

Finally we win. Congratulation rakyat, unified voice works.

This is the victory that we get if we work together, and voices our dissatisfaction.

Last night, Prime Minister has announced that the government will not issuing the sport betting license to Ascot Sport Sdn. Bhd. after the meeting of UMNO supreme council.

Plus, the Prime Minister said although the government had in principal approved the license, it decided not to proceed with it after taking into consideration the feedback from all layers of the community. U can read the rest of the news by clicking here and here.

Even it seems like a load of rubbish, contradictions and a serious laugh at the government decision making process because it was the government who issued the license and if need to be withdrawn then the cabinet should have done it and not UMNO, but still, the important thing here, we, the rakyat got what we want. No sport betting license.

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Things That U Shouldn't Do When Eating Out !

Eating out at a restaurant should be remembered as a pleasant experience. It's one of the few times that we're able to take a little time off from the pressures of daily life and just sit, be relaxed, and just enjoy the benefits of someone else serving "us" a meal.
I went to a restaurant just now to watch football with my friends (England vs. Slovania, if u care to know) and well, of coz there were so many other customers in the restaurant, with so many kinds of behaviors.  
Few hours sitting there, I did observe people around me.
And that was when I realized I should write something about what u shouldn’t do at the restaurant coz so many people tend to make small, common mistakes that effect the enjoyment of their dinning out experience and also effect others around them.
Here are the things that u really shouldn’t do at the restaurant (take notes!):  

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Should We Abolish UPSR & PMR Examination ?

Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said the Ujian Penilaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) and Penilaian Menengah Rendah (PMR) examinations may be abolished.

Should we agree with the suggestion? Well, at least this is something that we can discuss about.

Well, I think it’s inappropriate to abolish the UPSR and PMR examination. There are so many things that will affect if the education ministry should abolish these two exams.

As we all know, UPSR is a public exam that has to be taken for all the standard 6 students, before they proceed from primary school to the secondary school. While PMR is a public exam for a form 3 student, for them to be divided to enter the difference streams, such as science stream, art stream and etc.

First question, how to decide whether the child is in Arts or Science when they face SPM if the PMR to be abolished?

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Tips How To Appreciate Ur Father

Today is a father’s day. Father’s day is to honor all the fathers for everything they did for their children. This is some kind of occasion to express gratitude towards ur dad for all his love and his support.
But, almost all of the newspaper, blogs and electronic media are only talking about what gifts should we get for our fathers on this special day. Why only talking about gifts?
There’s another meaningful thing that we can do to our father instead of buying them an expensive gift.
So here are the tips :

Friday, June 18, 2010

The Life of This Woman is Worth Less Than The Life of This Cat

This is sad. This is crazy. This is inhuman.

Somebody has posted a video of a woman with a kitten in the Facebook. Out of curiosity, I did click the play button, where after spend few minutes watching the video, I wish I didn’t click it.

The video shows, a scantily clad woman posed with a small kitten along a riverbank, at first gently caressing the animal's fur. She then put the down the kitten and began stomping on the kitten with her high-heeled shoes, crushing its body and head till blow out the eyes of the kitten, and leaving it in a lifeless, bloody heap.

I'm speechless and in shock.  

This is by far the worst thing I have ever seen and I wonder how this even allowed on the internet. This devil woman should be thrown in prison. These are the few of the pictures :

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

New Parliament House and Palace?

THE cost of building the new Istana Negara has doubled, with no open tender conducted for the project. The cost will exceed more than RM800millions. And yes, they are using the tax payers money.
Yet with the cost of the palace that overrun from RM400millions to more than RM800millions, they also want to build the new parliament building, and here we talk about another RM800millions. So basically they are gonna spend like RM1.6billion of the tax payers money on these two.  
Rakyat are confused with the situation of our country nowadays. One minutes they tells us that we’re about to go bankrupt if the subsidies not being cut, they tell us that the government need to save the money and spend prudently, but the next minutes they are the one who spending spree like we are the richest country in the world.
Why we need a new palace when we have two palaces, one in KL and the other in Putrajaya? And why in the world we need a new parliament house while the one that we have can still be use and just need few repairs on the roof.

Monday, June 14, 2010

Shisha Vs. Cigarette

If u think it is cool to hanging out with ur friend and smoking some-weird-shape of shisha, think again!
If u think shisha is less harmful than cigarettes, think again!
If u think that shisha is a way to wean of smoking, think again!
If u think that England gonna win this year World Cup, also think again!
Even though it is very cool to have teh tarik at mamaks with our buddies, the level of cool will falls badly when we also conclude shisha on our table!
I found out from many of my smoker friends that they felt shisha was a way to wean of smoking, but it grew addictive too because they felt it was less harmful than cigarettes. (There were other factors like how they wanted to try all flavors from vanilla to strawberry and etc!) However guys, shisha is in no way, beneficial or less harmful to one's health compared to cigarettes.

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Tips How To Become a Football Fan

Its back! Its back! Ladies and Gentlemen, the world’s most popular sport on the earth’s largest stage is finally back! Yesterday marks the start of the 2010 South African World Cup! For the complete one month our life are going to be crazy!

For all the men, this is like the honeymoon season, where u get to sleep late at night and where u get to have fun watching footballs with friends at mamaks.

While this is the honeymoon season for most of the boys, the girls will think the opposite. Chill out girls, I’m here to help u with few tips!

I understand that now is like the semester brake for most of the university students, so I’m going to assume that most u live in ur parents’ house and do nothing but sleeping and eating all day. Since u all have a lot of ample time, there’s no reason to not to sit down and watch the World Cup games. If I were allowed to make a bet (it’s haram for muslims to betting!) I would wager that most of u

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Baby Hatch : Appropriate or Not ?

NOTHING is ever black or white. Which is why people disagree with each other all the time.
From the latest whether appropriate changing Facebook to MillatFacebook to whether it's within the rights of 2-year-old Ardi Rizal in Indonesia to smoke 40 cigarettes a day, everything seems to be fodder for argument and debate.
Same goes to me. Confuse and lost. That’s what in my head about the baby hatch. I still think whether it is appropriate to set up the baby hatch.
First time I read the news about the NGO want to set up the baby hatch, I read it with disgust. It came cross my mind that how come such a program be introduced? It’s suck!
Baby hatches are a waste because they just treat the symptoms and do not resolve the issue of social problem and abandoned babies.

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Ah Tan and The Half Billion Money to Charity

Business tycoon, Tan Sri Vincent Tan (Ah Tan) , the chairman and CEO of his own BERJAYA company, just announced recently that he will donate the proceeds of RM525mil from the proposed sale of his 70% stake in Ascot Sports Sdn Bhd to a foundation he has renamed “Better Malaysia Foundation". Well u can read the news about it here.
One question, what is wrong with this man?
With the profit from his gambling business, even he donates a billion ringgit to the charity, that does not right a wrong. A wrong is still a wrong no matter how much u pours money to make it right.
It seems like he trying to ‘bribe’ the rakyat with his charity money so that rakyat will not ‘bising-bising’ with the license of the sports gambling.

Sunday, June 6, 2010

Tips How To Make People Like U and Be Ur Friends

Do u know why the law put the bad people into the cell?
It is to block their freedom from outer world. But worst of it, the reason why they put bad people in cell is because to separate them with the people that they like and love such as family and friends. That’s the worst punishment ever because when they don’t get to see or meet anybody that is close to them, it will torture them psychologically, it will torture their minds and insanity.
So for us who still lucky enough not to be in prison (haha), we better appreciate it. Better find friends rather than find trouble. Here are some tips that u should follow to make people like u and automatically by following these, it will turn even stranger to be ur friends.  

Friday, June 4, 2010


After Japan Prime Minister, Yukio Hitoyama announced his resignation, there’s a lot of reporters come to him for interviewing, and one of them is Ali, reporter from Malaysia.

Ali : Dude..dude..wait up, I want to interview u..

Yukio : Did u just call me dude?

Ali : Ops, sorry..sorry.. I thought u cool with that..

Yukio : No I’m not cool with that. What makes u think I’m cool with that?

Ali : No because I guess with ur resignation u are like the coolest men in the world.

Wednesday, June 2, 2010


“They have navy ship on either side, the helicopter over the head. We were being attack in every single side. We are being attack in international water, completely illegally.”
“ All phone have been jammed and make impossible to contact the out world. They try to dismantle the satellite.”
“The organiser has raised white flag, after one civilian was killed, it might be more, despite the white flag has been raised, the Israeli army is still shooting, still firing.”
These were among the news reported that I heard from the web yesterday. The situation was very nasty. I was about to update my blog at the moment of the attack, but because of my mouth cannot stop cursing at the Jews, I settle down for today.
Israeli forces on Monday attacked an international flotilla carrying aid to besieged Gaza, killing up to 20 and wounding more than 70 others.
Well, I don’t want to talk more about the news and update of the attack. I’m sure we all updated enough about that in the news. So let’s just talk about ‘the Jews’.


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