Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Dakwat Tak Boleh, SOTONG Mahal Sangat

Kejap biometrik, kejap barcode, kejap no siri (sini). Tak lain tak bukan nak menakut-nakutkan orang. Terutama pegawai kerajaan dan warga Felda. Ini kerja nak menipu, tak ada lain. 


Kerja nak bagi kontrek beli alat biometrik, kontrek cetak barcode, kontrek cetak no siri. 

Kerja nak buat taik.

Nak letak barcode pala bana sapa atas kertas undi? Kertas undi yg sempurna ialah kertas undi yg cuma ada logo parti bertanding dan tandaannya. Itu sahaja yg perlu.

Yang diambil-kira diatas kertas undi ialah apa yang ditanda. Tak kira kecik besar, asalkan tanda.

Sapa kata pangkah herot-benyot rosak undi? Tengkorak habah dia berjambul lah! Orang tu terpangkah herot-benyot sebab dah terketar-ketar menahan kencing. Atau pun cuma sempat pangkah kecik, sebab nak cepat nak ke jamban. Dah jenuh menahan taik semasa beratur.

"Pening lalat mengurus SPR ni, sampai botak-botak kepala.!"
 


Macam ni lah, nak bagi senang. Main undi angkat tangan, boleh? kah kah kah!!!

~Libang Libu~



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South Afrika Bukan SALAK SOUTH

Pergi South Afrika untuk 2 hari. Ingat apa, South Afrika dekat macam Salak South ka? (sini)


Afrika Selatan bukan dekat. Jarak KL - Johannesburg adalah 5,309 batu/8,543 km! (sini). Lainlah kita rakyat marhaen, naik kapal terbang tanpa henti, kurang-kurang makan masa 10 jam (sini) Dol.... bukan kejap. Kebas buah anak jantan.

Kalau nak pergi jalan-jalan Afrika Selatan selama 2 hari, maknanya boleh pergi untuk berak dan kencing sahajalah. 2 hari maknanya 48 jam. Penerbangan pergi balik dah makan masa 20 jam. Tinggal 28 jam. Belum kira kalau flight delay?

Tak kanlah 28 jam itu boleh sumbat apa segala. Belum kira masa untuk kencing berak di airport. Tunggu teksi. Melangak-langak sesat mencari hotel.

Nak buang air kecil pun, agak-agak la... 2 hari nak buat hapa?
Cari kedai bundle Afrika Selatan jual beg tangan second-hand pun belum tentu jumpa. kahkahkahkah!!!


South African crocodile skin.
Buek beg tangan sodap ni.

~Libang Libu~

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Saat-saat Waras Malaysia

Malaysia's Moment of Sanity
An opposition leader's acquittal will help the country end dirty politics and focus on the future.

By BRIDGET WELSH

Yesterday's acquittal of Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim on the charge of sodomy ends two and a half years of a bad sequel. After being convicted once in 2000 on the same charge and subsequently exonerated on appeal, this time the court found that the prosecution failed to prove its case.

The decision is a moment of sanity after three years of political turmoil since the March 2008 polls. That election effectively broke the stranglehold on power of the incumbent Barisan Nasional, the National Front coalition, which lost its two-thirds majority in parliament. After the loss, the ruling United Malays National Organization seemed to go back to its mode of personal-attack politics, as practiced by former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad. The new accusation against Mr. Anwar also signaled a return to the ways of the Mahathir era.

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Eric Cantona wants to be French president

Football legend Eric Cantona is bidding to return to the spotlight as the French president, according to shock claims in France.

The former Manchester United bad boy turned movie star has reportedly sent letters to mayors around his native France seeking their support.

Cantona, 45, would need 500 of their signatures to run but he has yet to confirm publicly that he wants Nicolas Sarkozy's job.

And his own website was today redirecting to that of a homeless charity fuelling speculation the bid is a publicity stunt.

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Now, Where Are Ours?

Orchard Road is world's top shopping street


Singapore's Orchard Road has been named the top shopping street in the world, beating 29 other premier shopping belts including Paris' Champs Elysees and London's Bond Street, in a mystery shopping survey conducted by a French marketing consultancy, Presence Mystery Shopping.

The marketing company sent about 90 mystery shoppers to nearly 400 retail outlets in these 30 cities.

The mystery shoppers gave Orchard Road the high scores in all the judging categories and received a total of 89 points out of 100.

The four categories looked at the cleanliness of the streets and retail outlets, the quality of the retail staff and the friendliness of passers-by.

Luxembourg's Avenue de la Liberte came in second with 85 points and PC Hoofstraat in Amsterdam, was third with 83 points.

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