Tuesday, November 30, 2010


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Puak2 itu bukan sekadar tidur rumah mewah daaa...

Mahligai! Madey dah buatkan mahligai..thee he he

Repair mahligai, repair paip bocor, tiang retak, lampu tak menyala, apa segala RM65 juta Dol..

RM65 juta Dol..

Hilang akal nelayang tangkap ikang nak memahami RM65 juta buat repair rumah.

By Patrick Lee

KUALA LUMPUR: Abandoned housing projects are commonplace throughout Malaysia's property landscape. But for the villagers of Kampung Berembang, this fact comes as a painful truth.

Once home to a few thousand inhabitants, Kampung Berembang in the vicinity of Ampang has been reduced to a shantytown of rude huts, with only 30-odd families left.

With their original houses forcibly bulldozed by the Ampang Jaya Municipal Council in 2006, many of the villagers have had to move to other locations throughout the Klang Valley.

Those who have been fortunate enough to remain have been forced to live in tents for a few years, adding zinc sheets and leftover wood to craft into makeshift houses.

The villagers are stuck between a rock and a hard place. To the northeast lies a YTL cement factory, with its cement trucks rumbling precariously every five to 10 minutes along Jalan Berembang.

A water retention area for the SMART tunnel sits to the north, while to their west are planned quarters for government workers from Sabah.

Even their skyline has been taken away from them, with the whole village dangerously resting beneath high tension power cables.

Understanding The Concept of Education In Islam

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Syed Muhammad Naquib al-Attas

The meaning of education and of what it involves is of utmost importance in the formulation of a system of education and its implementation. Supposing I am asked: What is education?, and I answer: Education is a process of instilling something into human beings. In this answer ‘a process of instilling’ refers to the method and the system by which what is called ‘education’ is gradually imparted; ‘something’ refers to the content of what is instilled; and ‘human beings’ refers to the recipient of both the process and the content.

Now the answer given above already encompasses the three fundamental elements that constitute education: the process, the content, the recipient; but it is not yet a definition because those elements are deliberately left vague. Furthermore, the way of formulating the sentence meant to be developed into a definition as given above gives the impression that what is emphasized is the process. Supposing I reformulate the answer: Education is something progressively instilled into man. Now here we still encompass the three fundamental elements inherent in education, but the order of precedence as to the important clement that constitutes education is now the content and not the process. Let us consider this last formulation and proceed in analyzing the inherent concepts.

Monday, November 29, 2010

Agak2 Sapa DULU?

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Dr M dan Lee Kuan Yew ada persamaan mereka

by Zaki Samsudin November

04 2010 4 NOV — Bekas perdana menteri Dr Mahathir Mohamad pernah berkata antara tokoh zaman silam yang dikaguminya ialah pemerintah Rusia Peter the Great seorang Tsar yang memerintah Russia selama lebih 40 tahun dari tahun 1672 hingga 1725.

Memang laa ada persamaan.. thee he he

Sebab dua ekor bukan orang Melayu.. thee he he satu Cina, satu lagi menyamar Melayu..

Dua ekor ni umur dah makin lanjut..thee he he sama la tu..

Sama2 tunggu sapa dulu masuk kubur..thee he he

Kehebatan Peter the Great terletak pada kejayaannya memaju dan mengembangkan empayar Rusia setaraf dengan empayar-empayar lain di benua Eropah. Di awal pemerintahannya beliau banyak merantau meninjau kemajuan negara-negara Eropah Barat. Di Belanda misalnya beliau mengkaji teknik pembinaan kapal dan pembangunan pelabuhan dan di London beliau mengkaji pembangunan dan perancangan bandar. Hasilnya pelabuhan dan armada tentera laut Rusia dimajukan dan bandar St Petersburg yang megah dan indah berjaya didirikan.(read more HERE)

Sunday, November 28, 2010

In Love With Racism

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Tay Tian Yan
Thursday, 04 November 2010

My original title for this article should have been Titiwangsa or: How I learned to stop worrying and love racism.

Sounding weird, isn't it? What the hell is it?

Sorry, I could have got excessively intoxicated by Stanley Kubrick, whose Dr.Strangelove or: How I learned to stop worrying and love the bomb talked about the narrow nationalism and threats of nuclear bombs during the Cold War era.

Under the influence of his ideological education, an aggressive American general initiated the nuclear warhead to launch attack on Soviet targets, sending the world in utter annihilation.

Nuclear bombs are too dangerous and should not have existed in the first place. But thanks to politics, they had become a tool for the manipulation of world leaders and everyone just fell in love with them.

Kubrick successfully made such a dry and gloomy topic into a comedy, one that the industry has labelled the most outstanding satire ever made in human history.

Even the title of the movie itself became a popular pun during those years. And the same is still applicable in the Malaysian context today. For instance, Namewee should perhaps write another song titled : How I learned to stop saying "Nah" and sing "Hallelujah," while Encik Jamal should rephrase his words: How I learned to stop saying Chinese education is bullshit and love the Dongjiaozhong.

Going a bit too far, right? What I'm supposed to talk about here is actually our Encik Johari.

I checked with the "Johari: We don't need Chinese and Indian votes" on Youtube and found that the clip has been visited more than 300,000 times, a whole lot more than Namewee's "Nah!"

Johari has apologised twice, but he also said the clip was altered and fabricated by some ill-intentioned people and that he had never been a racist himself, adding that Titiwangsa Umno indeed needed Chinese and Indian votes more now than ever.

Since he was no racist, and that the video clip had been altered and fabricated, it was indeed too harsh on him to get him apologise two times.

Why on earth has someone publicised speeches supposedly held behind closed doors, and why did people choose to hold two by-elections at such a timing?

Why Ahmad Ismail did not need to apologise back then, and Johari needed to do it twice?

Why could people sing racism loudly in the past, but even doing it behind closed doors now is strictly forbidden?

Time has changed. Yes, people are getting more intelligent and ballots become important now. Racism has been given a new, politically correct definition.

People used to stay away from racist talks, but now the same can become a topic to joke about.

So, I have learned to stop worrying and start loving racism. - mysinchew.com

Saturday, November 27, 2010

TAKE A BREAK. Smell some roses.

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Top Ten Unusual and Long English Words


TAKE A BREAK Oct 27: English, they say, is a 'crazy' language. Not only this most spoken and written language in the world refuses to follow a logical pattern in its pronunciation and spelling, it also has the tendency to plagiarise tens of thousands of words from different languages to fatten the English dictionary.

And that makes learning English a lot more fun. Here are the top ten unusually long and interesting words as compiled recently by online dictionary Merriam-Webster. Can you relate some of them to our local politicians?

1. Machiavellianism: the view that politics is amoral and that any means, however unscrupulous, can justifiably be used in achieving political power

In 1513, Niccolò Machiavelli wrote Il Principe ("The Prince") to advise and impress the new Florentine ruler, Prince Lorenzo de' Medici. The book's instructions on obtaining and wielding power – e.g., "It is better to be feared than loved" – suggest the cynicism that gave its author a place in the language.

2. Hypervitaminosis: an abnormal state resulting from excessive intake of one or more vitamins

The word vitamin (in part from Latin vita, meaning "life") dates back only to 1912. The study of vitamins was still in its infancy when the word hypervitaminosis emerged in 1928. (Hyper means "excessive.").

Two vitamins commonly implicated in hypervitaminosis are A and D, both of which are stored in the body, rather than excreted.

3. Gedankenexperiment: an experiment carried out in thought only

Gedanken means "thoughts" in German. The term was popularized by Albert Einstein, who applied gedankenexperiment to his work conceptualizing the theory of relativity.

Friday, November 26, 2010

Let's Be Frank Here.

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Dia ni bukan Melayu.. theee he he

So jangan marah kat dia kalau dia tak cakap Melayu..thee he he

Tapi hang jangan laa nak rosak Bahasa Melayu.. hang jangan la kacau anak Melayu nak cakap Bahasa Melayu..

Hang jangan laaa paksa budak Melayu jawab kertas periksa dalam Bahasa Inggeris..

Hang paksa pulak budak Melayu beli buku2 bukan Bahasa Melayu..

Hang gatai2 sumbat PPSMI dalam tembolok budak2 sekolah pasai apa??

Ini 1Malaya, bukan Kerala. ..thee he he he

Why won’t you speak Malay?

OCT 29 2010— I have a confession: whenever I meet a Malaysian who can’t carry on a simple conversation in Malay, I have violent fantasies. Most of them involve a six-foot tall copy of the Kamus Dewan and stakes.

Yet I also meet people who refuse to speak Malay purely on principle. Most of them resent the way our national language is unfortunately stuffed down our throats. When I was in school, a credit in Malay was unfortunately a pre-requisite if you wanted to get the highest examination rank or Division One (Pangkat Satu).

That created a lot of resentment among my non Malay-speaking friends. It was a language they avoided speaking unless they had to, as they were “forced” to learn it. Things have changed since then, but the damage has been done. Generations of Malaysians grew up despising the language due to misguided education policies.

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Walk May Help Preserve Memory

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We all know that we have two ears and one mouth so that we will listen more and talk less.

Now, latest finding shows that we are given two feet so that we can walk and walk aroung instead of being a couch potato. ~ LibangLibu

Monday, 08 November 2010 

NEW YORK - Walks not only help older people stay physically fit, they may also be good for their brains, a new US study has shown.

The study, by a team of University of Pittsburgh researchers led by neurologist Kirk Erickson, suggested that walking at least 10 kilometres a week protected against age-related memory loss.

The results were published in Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.

"Brain size shrinks in late adulthood, which can cause memory problems," said Erickson, who proposed further studies to determine whether, and what kind of, fitness training could help prevent dementia and Alzheimer's disease.

I Want PLASTIC Bags!

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November 09, 2010 — I love plastic bags. There, I have said it. Don’t everybody be writing me and accusing me of killing dolphins now. Plastic bags are great for lining the bins and I always use them to pack my shampoo and conditioner when I am travelling. Nobody wants to have shampoo and other liquid stuff leak all over their bag, right?

And wait, they are great for toting your wet towel from the gym or yoga class. And wet swimsuits. Please, don’t tell me you carry them around in your gym bag just like that? You put in a plastic bag right?

All this hoo-ha about no plastic bags annoys me. Now when I go to the supermarket, I feel like an environmental rapist when I answer yes to “Do you need a plastic bag?” Never mind that I have to pay for it AND recycle it.

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

We Are What We Eat

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Vitamin D Deficiencies Can Be Deadly

HELSINKI - A fresh study at the University of Eastern Finland shows that vitamin D deficiencies can increase a person''s risk of death, Finnish media reported Wednesday.

Researchers studied the effects of vitamin D on over 1,000 people aged from 53 to 73 who did not suffer from cancer or vascular diseases, but 65 percent of the subjects were found to have low levels of vitamin D.

The subjects were monitored for an average of nine years. A total of 87 of the participants died during the course of the study.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

On Equality, Human Fraternity and Gandhi

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Neither I am not a big fan of Gandhi nor I dislike him but, often times I heard people saying the day Gandhi died, Hamka cried. ~ (LibangLibu)

On Equality, Human Fraternity and Gandhi

Tariq Ramadan

Equality between men is an ideal. Religions, philosophies and political ideologies have made the equality of human beings the essence of their teachings, principles or systems.

Individuals must be treated with equal dignity and fairness. And yet a journey through societies and nations is all it takes to convince us that we still have a very long way to go: political philosophies have been elaborated, Declarations and Charters have been drawn up, ratified and signed, and laws have been passed, but the reality of inequality and discrimination is obvious to all. Universally.

Whilst equality is a de facto legal principle, we cannot avoid the conclusion that the law is not enough to establish it. Before we talk about laws and rules, we have to discuss and evaluate the very idea of humanity, and of its unity and diversity.

Monday, November 22, 2010

Madey tells Malays: To be given handicaps is to ensure fairness

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Dr Madey
I am not ashamed to admit that I cannot compete with the Chinese and Indian students when studying medicine. They had much better results than me and the other six Malay students for entry into the Medical College.

"I cannot compete with the Chinese and Indian?? Indian???"

thee he he he dah tua-tua pun masih tak mengaku.. thee he he

Mengaku saja laaa...1Malaya dah tau.. 1Malaya tak kisah pun, PM 1Malaya tak ada sorang pun orang Melayu..

Mengaku laaa, 1Malaya memahami.. Tak suruh pun mengaku duduk rumah pakai kain pelikat...thee he he

It is not shameful to lose out against them. Simply to catch up with them we need handicaps. To be given handicaps is to ensure fairness, not discrimination.

I would like to apologise to the students and others for failing to turn up to give the talk I had agreed to. I would also like to thank those who sent get well messages, fruits and flowers while I was in hospital in Melbourne.(read more HERE)

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Kadar Haji Mungkin Naik Tahun Depan

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Pengurusan Lembaga Tabung Haji (TH) sedang mengkaji kenaikan kadar menyeluruh tambang haji bagi tahun depan daripada pelbagai aspek.
Jamil Khir berkata dalam konteks ini, jemaah haji Malaysia menyedari bahawa di kalangan negara Asean, negara kita mengenakan harga paling rendah.
Al Hajj Jamil apa peduli..thee he he

Sebab al hajj Jamil pergi Mekah free.. nak pergi tiap2 tahun pun boleh..thee he he

al hajj Jamil nak bawak bibik sekali pun boleh..

Mak cik pak cik jgn byk komplen, kalau byk komplen pergi sendiri kayuh basikal.. thee he he

Kos haji 1Malaya adalah terendah dirantau Asean..thee hehe

Memang laaa rendah.. kalau compare dengan Vietnam, Laos.. thee he he Vietnam & Laos ada berapa kerat orang Islam..

Kalau compare dgn Zimbabwe, mesti kos haji 1Malaya termurah dalam dunia!

Menteri di Jabatan Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Jamil Khir Baharom berkata, kajian itu berikutan kenaikan kos penginapan dan tempat tinggal untuk jemaah haji di Mekah.

Diminishing Position Of Hajj in a Modern Muslim World

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Gone are the days when the whole kampung will have a kenduri when one of them who are fortunate enough to go to perform the hajj in Mecca.

Friends and relatives will come in droves to say 'bon voyage'.

Even more friends and relatives will come when they safely return home as there will be some titbits from the Holy Land like dates, dried apricots, raisins and the most coveted one, the Air Zam Zam. Nowadays we can get bottled Air Zam Zam at selected stores for RM10 per bottle.

Going to Mecca in those days to perform the hajj was one big occasion. Those who went will cherised the moments and will gladly share their experience over and over again with anyone who are willing to listen.

While those who are not fortunate enough to go will hope and pray someday they will make it.

After all, who does'nt want to go to the land of the prophets?


Diminishing Position Of Hajj in a Modern Muslim World

Iqbal Siddiqui / Crescent

This writer has never had the privilege of performing Hajj. It may be many years before I am able to do so, although I hope and pray to have the opportunity before the end of my time on this earth, insha’allah.

But for Muslims all over the world, these few days of the month of Dhu al-Hijjah — when the attention of the entire Muslim world is focused on the annual gathering of the Ummah in Makkah — should be the focal point of every year, culminating with the wuquf on Mount Arafat, the symbolic pre-enactment of the Last Gathering on the Day of Judgement. This is how Hajj can fulfil its role as an annual reminder of our place and role in this world and of the life to come for which this life is merely a precursor.

The reality, of course, is rather different. Each year, at this time, there is a rush of articles about the belittling of the modern Hajj experience under the leadership of the Saudis, for whom it seems more a logistical problem of managing the large numbers of people who perform it than a unique collective experience for the Ummah as a whole.

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Jangan Fikir Dua Kali, BALUN.

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Tapi jgn balun biawak ni, walaupun lidah dia bercabang..

Walau pun lidah dia bercabang, biawak tak cakap belit-belit..

Time bercakap kepala biawak ni tak goyang-goyang..

Kaki tangan tak laaa naik sama bercakap..

Kalau bercakap ramai-ramai, biawak ni tak laaa bercakap macam sampai nak karam.....thee he he

History and ethnic sentiments — Chandra Muzaffar http://www.themalaysianinsider.com
November 15, 2010

NOV 15 — It is a pity that the announcement about making history a requirement for obtaining the Sijil Peperiksaan Malaysia (SPM) was made at the general assembly of a political party. Rightly or wrongly, it has given rise to accusations that it is a politically motivated move, or that it serves some hidden ethnic agenda.

Memang byk sejarah..thee he he kalau tak, muruku pun kita tak kenal

Dah berpuluh tahun pun asyik kena auta dgn Samy Vellu.. thee he he tak kisah pun.

Sejarah memang hebat.. 25 tahun la 1Malaya dah kena kapor Madey.. thee he he

1Malaya mana pernah berPMkan Melayu? Cuba belek2 sejarah betol-betol.

Itu la pasal.. kalau jumpa mamat Chandra nama Melayu ni dalam hutan..thee hehe

Balun dia dulu.. dia ni lagi bahaya dari ular.

In fact, the reactions to the announcement reveal how deep ethnic sentiments are in our society today —- so deep that those articulating a certain view are perhaps not even conscious that their position reflects a subtle ethnic bias. The vast majority of non-Malay politicians, media commentators and academics, for instance, have demanded that the history syllabus should incorporate the contributions of all communities to the development of the nation.

Friday, November 19, 2010

TG Niz Aziz Larat Lagi

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"Dude, I'm cool.."

KUALA LUMPUR - PAS will always open its door to former members of other political parties, including former Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) Federal Territory chief Zaid Ibrahim, to join the Islamist party.

Ajak laa.. tak salah mempelawa..thee he he

Lagi pun kawan tu tengah moncong..thee he he dulu khabarnya ramai berjuta geng dalam PKR..

Sekali sudah kena belit dgn Azmin... geng berjuta pun tak nampak bulu roma.. semua pakat cukur bulu roma..thee he he semua dah ngaku pondan.. KAH KAH KAH!!!

Orang macam ini jangan dipelawa.. dibuatnya nak masuk PAS betul2 macam mana??

Dibuatnya guling2 hempas2 badan merajuk tak dapat pencalonan nak jadi Mursyidul Am macamana??? thee he he

PAS vice-president Husam Musa who said this, revealed that PAS had previously offered Zaid a place in the party but he preferred to be with PKR.

"He (Zaid) is in a position to join any party...we did invite him to join PAS before but he declined, so it's up to him now to join which party," Husam told Bernama on Monday. ( click HERE for more)

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Libang Libu One Year

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..since 16 Nov 2009.
Thanks a million dear readers, pls do return to my pages.

Sunday, November 14, 2010

She Prefers A Horse

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Blind student saves for three years to buy a guide HORSE because her strict Muslim parents consider dogs unclean

As a blind Muslim woman, Mona Ramouni has had to make do without a guide dog her whole life. The 28-year-old's strictly religious parents would not allow a dog in the house, considering the animal unclean. But then Miss Ramouni stumbled across a website article about miniature guide horses in April 2008.

'It was something that I never thought about for myself,' she said.Leading the blind: Mona Ramouni has bought and trained a miniature horse, Cali, to be her guide. The psychology student used three years of savings from her job at a Braille proofreading company to pay for a horse to be trained to act as her guide.

Since welcoming three-year-old guide horse Cali into her Dearborn, Michigan, home last year, Miss Ramouni has seen her life turned around. Cali measures about 2ft 6in tall and has been taught to stand still indoors. She also helps Miss Ramouni get out of vehicles and move through crowds. Her proud mistress said: 'She is an awesome little horse. What I really want is to be able to take her places neither of us would have been able to go without each other.

'Before Cali, I had given up. I got to the point where I thought, 'I'm going to get nothing out of my life'. Cali has given me the confidence back I used to have as a kid.' Born three months premature, Miss Ramouni lost her sight shortly after birth. Among the challenges she had to overcome in order for Cali to stay at her home were getting a permit to place a large shed in her family's garden and to find a farrier to look after the horse's hooves.

Her friends warned her it would be a difficult thing to do. But Miss Ramouni said: 'The more everybody told me "No, don't do it," the more I wanted to do it,' she said. 'I got to a point in my life where I thought... "Why should I settle for something less than I can have?" 'There have been so many obstacles. People said 'You'll never find a vet. You'll never find a farrier." I found them all.'

She added: 'More than even the independence, I found that Cali showed me that there are possibilities.' (click here for more)

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Ini Baru Sakit-SAKIT Sikit-SIKIT

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ICU HKL Gets RM5 milion
Kabinet hari ini meluluskan peruntukan RM5 juta untuk membaiki keadaan di Unit Rawatan Rapi (ICU) Hospital Kuala Lumpur (HKL) di sini agar dapat memberi perkhidmatan lebih baik kepada rakyat. Peruntukan itu diumumkan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Razak, yang menjalani rawatan di unit itu sejak 4 November lalu akibat komplikasi demam cacar air yang dihidapi hujung bulan lalu.

Mari lah kita berdoa menadah tangan ke langit..thee he he

Berdoalah meminta semau2nya..thee he he

Berdoa moga2 hospital awam negara kita makin baik servis dan kelengkapannya..thee he he

Mari lah rakyat 1Malaya berdoa bersungguh2, siang malam pagi petang..thee he he

Mintak supaya ramai lagi dari puak2 itu jatuh sakit..thee he he

Itu baru sorang masuk wad beb.. dah dapat RM5 juta..

Cuba bayangkan kalau 150 orang dari puak2 itu masuk wad?

Buat hospital baru kat Bukit Fraser la kita!!! GAGAGAGAGA!!! GAGA!! GAGA!!!


Ooooops! terlanding pulak atas muka budak ni.

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 22: Bukit Bendera member of parliament Liew Chin Tong, fresh from exposing mistakes and misinformation in the just-tabled 2011 budget, has questioned the colossal allocation of RM65 million to renovate the Prime Minister’s official residence in Putrajaya.

Ini MADEY Punya Pasai La

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Don't be a sore loser, Dr Mahathir!

Really Dr Mahathir? Really? Singapore will overtake Malaysia just because it focuses on economic growth and has no fair distribution of wealth between the races?

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s cringe-worthy response to news that Singapore is poised to surpass Malaysia and become Asean’s third-largest economy by the end of this year really makes him look like a sore loser who makes excuses and won’t own up to shortcomings.

Kena balun dengan Soros sampai ke laaaa ni tak boleh nak bangun-bangun balik..thee he he

Macam mana nak repair ekonomi..thee he he

Dapat la balik 20% dgn ehsan Soros.. thee he he

Itu pun masih berangan2 nak bawak Protong melintasi jambatan Bengkang Bengkok menuju ke Singapooorah! thee he he

Thee he he.. Bila laaa nak maju.. thee he he

Fight dgn Zimbabwe laaa dulu.. theee he he

“Singapore will overtake Malaysia because its focus is just on economic growth,” Dr Mahathir had told Bloomberg in a story headlined “Singapore Seen Overtaking Malaysia 45 Years After Lee’s Tears”.

“There is no social restructuring goal such as fair distribution of wealth between races as we have in Malaysia.”

Friday, November 12, 2010

Singapore Overtakes Malaysia

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By Shamim Adam - Nov 11, 2010 (from Bloomberg.com)

Forty-five years after Singapore’s expulsion from a union with Malaysia left Lee Kuan Yew in tears on national television, the economy of the city-state he led to independence is poised to overtake its neighbor.

Singapore’s gross domestic product will cap its fastest annual growth this year since independence, rising as much as 15 percent to about $210 billion, while the economy of Malaysia, a country 478 times its size, will expand 7 percent to $205 billion, government forecasts show. The nations are scheduled to release their 2010 data by February.

The island that former economic adviser Albert Winsemius once said was considered a “poor little market in a dark corner of Asia” is now ranked by the World Bank as the easiest place to do business, has the world’s second-busiest container port, and boasts the highest proportion of millionaire households, according to the Boston Consulting Group.

Drop, Gorgeous and Dead Calendar

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ROME – Something raunchy is going on at a Polish funeral parlour.

Its owners have turned their caskets into "sexy" props for their 2011 calendar.

The lingerie-clad models draped themselves over coffins, while one even posed topless.

Each of the women’s shots was inspired by a film scene, from movies such as James Bond, Reservoir Dogs and The Godfather.

On one month, a couple are seen apparently making love on top of a coffin, while another shows a curvy topless blonde posing in front of a mirror.

British daily Metro quoted company spokesman Bartek Lindner as saying: "It has a sort of Hollywood feel with a darker edge."

But the calendar, titled Drop Dead Gorgeous, has sparked controversy in Catholic Poland.

A church spokesman Father Tadeusz Rybnik in Warsaw said: ‘This is simply tasteless and shocking.

Death is not sexy and the connotations presented in this calendar are disturbing to say the least.

Last year’s coffin calendar sold over 3,000 copies, and Lindner says he’s hoping to sell more this year.

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Ini Pun Peninggalan MADEY

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KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 10: Pokok Sena member of parliament Mahfuz Omar  today took the government to task for allocating RM65 million for renovation of the Seri Perdana in Putrajaya.

Yang duduk 'Mahligai' sekarang orang baru..

Madey dah lama kena perambat.. Pak Lah Ngantok dah ngantok kat tempat baru...

Jgn beza2kan peruntukkan ubahsuai sekarang dgn zaman Madey..thee he he

Juga jgn sekali2 compare dgn zaman Pak Lah Ngantok..thee he he

Sendiri kena ingat laaa... kalau sekali hentak kaki, berapa keping siling runtuh, berapa tiang roboh, berapa lantai retak..thee he he

Itu belum masuk bab jamban..tiap2 hari kurang2 dua kali melawat... thee he he

Kalau lama2, tahan kena ke mangkuk tu kuat sangat ke mangkuk tu??

Ga ga ga!!! gagagaagaga!!! gagaagagaaga!!!

“Why such high allocation is given to things which are not supposed to? In every budget, there is an allocation to renovate Prime Minister’s residence.

"Every time a new Prime Minister takes over, a renovation takes place. What is actually broken? We would like to know the sort of renovation which requires such a big sum. Or is it that plates have been broken everytime they walked in?” he said in Dewan Rakyat.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

'DOKTOR' Pala Bana

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Ingat muka ni?

Sapa pun tak ingat..

Nak bagi tau, ini 'Doktor', ada title Dr..thee he he

Tapi tak tau la Dr apa, doktor falsafah ke, doktor sakit puan ke,

Yg pastinya tok bomoh hembus2, jampi2 air lagi mulia laaa dari mamat ni.

Penipu kering.

(dijumpai di blog Tukar Tiub)

(keratan The Star  tahun 2008)

The University of Wales announced it had suspended its involvement with Fazley International College, pending investigation - BBC LONDON

A Malaysian pop star with a bogus doctorate has been running a college offering University of Wales degree courses, a BBC investigation shows.

A Bangkok college that Thai authorities say has been operating illegally, is also offering courses leading to degrees from the Welsh institution.

Week in Week Out examined the way in which the University of Wales validated courses in overseas institutions.

The university said it was dealing "thoroughly" with the issues raised.

The programme revealed that Fazley Yaakob, who runs the Fazley International College (FICO) in the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur, was claiming to have both a masters and a doctorate in business administration. But both came from a bogus university.

The pop star, who has four hit albums to his name, claimed the qualifications from the European Business School (Cambridge), an offshoot of the Irish International University, which was exposed as a sham by the BBC in 2008.

“We are not happy about what is happening, we are dealing with it and will deal with it very thoroughly and will learn lessons from what has happened”.

Professor Nigel Palastanga said the University of Wales did not ask about his credentials, which were displayed prominently on the college website until he was confronted by BBC Wales' education correspondent Ciaran Jenkins in Kuala Lumpur.

Professor Nigel Palastanga, pro vice chancellor at the University of Wales, said the university was "concerned" about the issues raised in the programme.

"We are not happy about what is happening, we are dealing with it and will deal with it very thoroughly and will learn lessons from what has happened," he said.

The University of Wales announced it had suspended its involvement with Fazley International College, and would take no new admissions to its business administration and MBA courses until the matter had been investigated.


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Zaid wants Mat Nuar out, Azmin disqualified

The former law minister, who withdrew from the number two contest yesterday, branded Azmin as a “cheat” and an “abuser of the election system”. He also resigned from all party posts.

Zaid ni lemah anti-bodi..thee he he kecik2 dulu tak dapat cucuk BCG

Itu belum kena air gatal berasid warna kuning..

Belum kena cota FRU..

Belum kena telanjang, telor dgn kontol kena gentel.

Belum kena tarbi sampai lebam bijik mata.

Belum kena terajang sampai tergelincir tulang belakang.

Baru kena kelentong dgn Mat Nuar, kena kelentong dgn Azmin.. dah merajuk nak lari rumah..thee he he

Tu belum kena kelentong dgn Broheng Ali lagi! thee he he

“I think Azmin has to be disqualified,” he told a press conference here this morning.

“You cannot -- just because you were caught in a particular division -- decide to hold a re-election there. People who abuse and cheat should be disqualified,” he said.

Zaid was referring to recent allegations that blatant fraud in Libaran, Sandakan and Tawau resulted in Azmin winning a large number of votes in those divisions.

“Miracles have taken place in these three divisions,” he remarked.

“But the verdict is still out on Azmin's leadership. He seems so focused on trying to conquer Putrajaya that he has forgotten how to be of service to party members and the rakyat,” he said.(read more HERE)

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Zaid Titis Airmata SEDEY

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Zaid I don’t think anyone wants me now

By Clara Chooi

November 08 2010 KUALA LUMPUR Nov 8 — Datuk Zaid Ibrahim after causing an uproar with his sudden withdrawal from the PKR deputy presidential race this morning has now pledged to shun the spotlight from now on lamenting that he was no longer wanted by party leaders “I don’t think anyone wants me now ” the dejected-sounding Zaid told The Malaysian Insider this morning.

W C Keong ada.. Zahren ada.. Zul Nordin ada.. Broheng ada, tapi kurang sihat daa..

Cuma sorang tu belom comfirm, sebab kena Chicken Pox kemudian kena sakit dalam perut pulak!

Ga! ga! ga! gagaagagagaa!!

"Tak pa.. tak pa.. YB W C Keong ada sini, jgn sedey.. kita kawan"

Zahren pun ada. Gosok gigi dulu laaaa.. thee he he

Zul Nordin pun ada. Baru turun dari gunung.

"Ambo tok brapo segar lo ni."

But the former Umno minister maintained that he would stay on as a PKR member despite his decision to quit the deputy presidential race.(read more HERE)

Women On TOP

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KUALA LUMPUR: The Prime Minister's wife Rosmah Mansor has some words of advice for professional and business women: “Don't make the perennial mistake of comparing your success to that of men.”

Boleh..apa pulak tak boleh.. M'sia Boleyyyyyyhh!!!

Nak naik tinggi-tinggi, nak maju jauh-jauh, nak duduk kat atas.. thee he he

Boleh... tapi thee he he he tengok laa orang yg macamana..

Mesti laa bersesuaian.. kena la bijak, pandai buat kerja dan yang penting sekali..thee he he

Jangan laa berat sangat! Jangan laa yg menggelambir-gelambir! Jgn laa yg macam anak badak!

“The notion that a woman is successful only if she is able to replicate the success of a man is not only flawed but often forms a stumbling block for their progress,” she said.

She was delivering a keynote address when opening a two-day “Asian Woman of Influence Summit 2010” organised by Asian World Summit (AWS) with the theme "Behind Every Successful Woman is the Woman Herself".

Monday, November 8, 2010

The Great Mess Called 'Little India'

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Arshad Khan
November 8, 2010

HARAKAHDAILY EXCLUSIVE Is the newly opened and much publicised Little India in Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur, just another great waste of taxpayers' money? Overwhelmed by news reports about this latest attraction, Harakahdaily's environment photo-journalist ARSHAD KHAN decided to go there. He returns to tell us what little was being offered to visitors there.

Is the newly opened and much publicised Little India in Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur, a just another great waste of taxpayers' money? A political bait, even?

Has anyone been held responsible for accountability for the money - a whopping RM26 million? Surely, that could not have been spent here and on the phase II that is the multi-storey car park! Already, I have seen leaks, literally.

Why should portraits of the mayor and politicians be displayed? This is taxpayers’ money and should be spent for the collective benefit of the people.

SINGH'S LITTLE FRIENDS ... Manmohan Singh not only has to share space with Najib, but also with local warlords

How much was contributed by sponsors? The amounts could not only be for the advertisements of their services and outlets. Would there be a statement of expenditure and contributions from sponsors?

Would this be another ‘small’ dot or leakage in some budget that would fall under ‘incidental or unforeseen expenditure?’ Of course the lifting of subsidiaries and other levies against the people could easily cover this and many more at the expense of taxpayers’ tightening belts!

Hunger pangs can be forgotten with a few glasses of plain boiled or filtered water, if that too, has not gone up in cost; water from residential taps is not recommended.

A walk through the spaces shown in these photographs would hardly take half an hour unless you crawl or get attracted by lasses, sales gimmicks and the products on offer.

There is nothing attractive to crave for after all the farce about 'Little India'.

A LITTLE LARGE ... Perhaps keeping true to the trend in the real India, a giant statue of MIC politician and cabinet minister M Saravanan

Obviously, the area was hurriedly put up, with shoddy cement works and repainting of the surrounding building with just a coat of paint that is already peeling off.

Was it just to convince the Prime Minister of India that Malaysia is very grateful to the Indian community and supportive of their ways and culture.

The Penang 'Indian street' is far better and more original. In Kuala Lumpur, there is already a street mostly of Indian merchants and disappearing ‘Chetiars’ near the Telecommunication Museum, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman and around Masjid India.

This new ‘Little India’ should have been better in its original form but improvements should have been made on the traffic jams, cleanliness and upkeep of the buildings.

Poverty was so glaring as judged from the stall operators, the surrounding housing, drainage, garbage collection and disposal. The priorities are all wrong. The people were not consulted, according to some visitors and stall operators. Well, the consolation is that at least the authorities did make a visit once in their term in office!

INDIAN OR TYPICAL MALAYSIAN STALLS? ... Ordinary stalls and ordinary goods, welcome to Kuala Lumpur's latest 'unique' attraction

The heat of the day was unbearable as green foliage is very lacking. Malaysian authorities do not believe in a green environment, rather a concrete jungle. Trees, after all, do not derive income. There were trees from the colonial era but these have been chopped down to make way for expansion, development and progress, the Malaysian way.

Some Malaysian personalities would like to see all traces of colonial era completely removed. The Pudu jail, the shop-houses in Kuala Lumpur, the Causeway to Singapore (already planned for the chopping block) and most railway stations in the country are some examples. At this rate, Malaysia should consider severing ties with the British as they were once our colonial masters.

The trouble is, people do not know why a country is colonised; once understood, there would be greater understanding about it. For instance, Who is to blame for the colonisation?

The Little India is but an old lady in a new make up and dress. Of course the new make up includes some new accessories, juggling and with a hidden message.

THE 'BUSY' FACADE ... Empty lots, behind some stalls selling fruits which lined the front (below)

Here it is not so much for the visit of the Indian PM but to bait votes for the forthcoming general election.

First, it was party division for ease of control, then Batu Caves getting a facelift (but which does not seem to make any difference).

Little India is further proof of public fund wastage but delivered as "the government cares". All these should be left to the public to develop collectively like many heritage buildings.

The donations towards Batu Caves during Thaipusam pile up to tonnes each year; where have these gone during the last few decades? Have they been ‘preserved’ in the caves’ vents so that Batu Caves one day would become a haven for treasure hunters like some tales in movies about buried treasures? Perhaps.


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Sound Vision
The smiling school nurse held up the package of multicolored pills and asked if we knew how to use them. One of the girls sitting in the front of the class gave a clear one to two minute explanation of this. What became evident was that these were not pain killers for headaches.

They were birth control pills.

I was fifteen. This was the sex education component of my grade ten Moral and Religious Education class.

While there was plenty of “education” given about the topic to the class of teenage boys and girls (during one class, there was even a demonstration on a wooden model of how a male condom should be used), there was nothing particularly “moral” about it.

Fact: Sex is part of the school curriculum

Whether parents accept it or not, this information is part and parcel of their child's public school experience. It is also the experience virtually all of the 99 percent of Muslim kids in North America who attend public schools.

Across the U.S. discussion of sexuality usually falls under the course “Family Life Education”. The sexual component tends to be discussed more openly in high school.

“Sex education is only one component of it,” notes Sharifa Alkhateeb, who sat on the Fairfax County Public Schools' Family Life Education committee in Virginia between 1990 and 1992. She is also president of the Muslim Education Council, which educates administrators and educators about Islam and Muslims.

“An underlying concept in Family Life Education is that the child is an individual first and foremost and that they should be pleasing themselves and establish their own personal identity,” Alkhateeb explains.

While this in itself is not always negative, when this type of thinking is extended to sex, it means pleasing yourself first, with little emphasis on right and wrong.

Most public school sex education works on the premise that kids are going to have sex anyway, so why bother teaching them right and wrong about it. Instead, give them the tools to have “safe” sex. This of course includes the now notorious distribution of condoms in schools, as well as teaching kids about various birth control methods, like the pills.

This way they will be “protected” from AIDS and pregnancy. There is little to no talk of the emotional and psychological scars left by sex outside of marriage, let alone the right and wrong of it. There is no discussion about the other health risks associated with sex outside of marriage that condoms do not protect against.

“Condoms do not provide protection from many of the sexually transmitted diseases,” explains Marilyn Morris, president and founder of Aim for Success. The organization promotes abstinence from sex through speeches and presentations to students in grades six to 12. The group is one of the largest providers of abstinence education in the U.S.

“For example, the human papilloma virus, commonly called [HPV], is the most common sexually transmitted disease in America and it's killing thousands of young women each year and yet the condom provides little to no protection from this incurable sexually transmitted disease,” Morris notes.

She says the message of Aim for Success is that “sexual abstinence before marriage is all about freedom. If you are not having sex then you are free to go on with your dreams and goals but you're also free from sexually transmitted diseases, you're free from pregnancy, you're free from the emotional scars of lifelong painful memories.”

But the abstinence option is merely presented as an option amongst many for young people to choose from in public school sex education when deciding the course of their sexual activity. In fact, it is probably the least discussed one.

Sex education is reinforced by the school and surrounding culture

Aspects of the public school sex education are reinforced by the school and surrounding culture.

For example, Alkhateeb points out school teachers and administrators may try to involve Muslim children in dances and dating because, “they cannot conceive of a way of living where that is not a major part of life.” She adds that this is usually done with good intentions, with teachers and counselors, for example, thinking they are helping the child.

However, Alkhateeb says the danger is that this can sometimes go so far as teaching the kids to be alienated from their parents, who are perceived as immigrants who don't understand American culture and the need to fit in with peers and have a good time.

Movies, television, even some cartoons glorify sexual relationships outside of marriage. There is clearly pressure from friends and peers at school in some cases to date and have sex outside of marriage.

Teaching Homosexuality in public school sex education

While sex education does focus on issues like biological changes in adolescents and birth control, for instance, one component that has become more common as well is the teaching of homosexuality as a “lifestyle alternative” that is just as legitimate as the heterosexual married family unit.

While this may come as a shock to many Muslim parents, the fact of the matter is that for at least some children in public schools, who may even be the friends of Muslim children, this is a reality.

“The friend will say ‘I have two mommies or two daddies' if that's the reality of that child,“ says Khadija Haffajee, a retired school teacher from the Ottawa-Carleton region of Canada. She has spent about 30 years working in the public school system.

This is also the case for unlawful heterosexual relationships.

“It's not just homosexual relationships, it's adulterous relationships,” explains Haffajee, “kids will say ‘my mother's boyfriend or my father's girlfriend.”

Opting out of public school sex education

“With what I see of the curriculum nowadays I would advise parents not to expose their children to it,” says Shahina Siddiqui, a Winnipeg, Canada-based social worker.

She says the graphic language used to teach about sex, physical demonstrations of applying a condom, the diagrams used, the fact that male and female students are paired off in classes together and that overall message is ‘hey all this is normal, if you're not doing it [sex], something is wrong', is enough for any Muslim parent to get their child out of the class.

But that leads to the next question.

Sex Education: Whose responsibility is it anyway?

“For me, it's a parental responsibility,” says Haffajee.

She stresses the need for Muslim parents to be educated themselves about sex education before going to their children's schools to protest or discuss its contents.

“We in North America, need to address the issue from a parental point of view,” she says. “We need to provide parents with information before we hit the school system because this has been a taboo subject [amongst Muslims] and we have to get rid of it [the taboo]. We need to have Islamic education, forums where Muslim parents get together.”

Muslims' fear of the “S” word

“Muslims shy away from using the word s-e-x on their tongue,” Ahmad Sakr (right), author of The Adolescent Life, tells Sound Vision. The book talks about, among other things, youth in Islam, modesty, social behavior, abortion, the prom and dancing and drinking.

This is not the case with younger Muslims though.

“The youngsters who were raised here do not feel awkward in using the word sex, to write about it or to talk about it, rightly or wrongly. To the parents, even wrongly, they say [it's a] taboo.”

One of Sakr's books, Matrimonial Education in Islam, was almost not published because it was originally entitled Sex Education in Islam. It was published after the title was changed.

”Parents are too shy to speak on this subject to their children. They tell them take the book of Dr. Sakr entitled Matrimonial education and you'll learn more,” he says.

Sex Education: Not just mom's job

Haffajee stresses that if parents decide to give their kids sex education themselves, it is not a responsibility that should fall solely on mothers' shoulders.

“I think the fathers need to know, not only mothers, and we should have people speak to them about the Islamic perspective on sex education, how the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) used to openly address these issues.”

“If early Muslims, starting with the Prophet himself were much more open in discussing what we now consider private subjects, then they must have had the right idea and we have the wrong one and the questions and answers you find in the Hadith prove it,” notes Alkhateeb

While cultural taboos and embarrassment may make many parents reluctant to discuss sex with their children, they should remember that the kind of sex education their children receive in public school is reinforced by the surrounding culture.

This wave of pressure has to be countered by Islamic sex education at home or within the community.

For those who are really uncomfortable talking to their kids about the topic, Sakr suggests that they “request someone neutral from the community, professionally well groomed, ethically and morally committed to be invited to speak on this subject.”

This kind of a session, he suggests, could start off with a presentation to an audience of both sexes, but a question and answer section afterwards that is separate: one for boys, one for girls, so they feel more comfortable.

The Possible Dangers of Non-Involvement

Marilyn Morris started Aim For Success in 1993 based on her own experience of receiving no sex education as a teenager in the 1960s. This partly led her to getting pregnant at the age of 17.

“I was a good girl, I came from a good home, I was in church every Sunday and I got pregnant my senior year in high school,” she recounts. She and her boyfriend married before the birth of her baby, and they are still married today, 30 years later. Her husband, Chuck Morris is also involved with Aim For Success.

“We're convinced that if somebody had talked to us we would have listened,” she says.”But back then nobody was talking about sex. Nobody talked about it at home, nobody talked about it at school and church.”

The only place it was talked about, she notes, was amongst kids.

“The only message I heard back then from my friend was that sex is no big deal, everyone's doing it and nobody gets hurt.”

“I learned the hard way sex is a big deal and there's a huge price to pay.”

Tarik TERSENTAP Pekara Biasa

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I wish to announce my withdrawal as a candidate from the contest of Deputy President of Parti Keadilan Rakyat and my resignation from all posts held in the party.

Cicit Bujang Senang

Lemang ketupat dah siap semua, baru nampak kereta menjalar masuk halaman.

Durian gugur berdebab berdebub, baru nampak muka di kampung.

Orang lain bersakit-sakit dulu, baru bersenang-senang kemudian.

Orang lain kena telanjang-telanjang dulu, baru dapat menang-menang kemudian.

Jangan ikut resmi, nak senang-senang Dulu, Kini pun nak yang senang-senang dan Selama-lamanya tau nak senang tak reti nak susah.

Kalau nak senang semua, isi balik borang UMNO.

I was offered to join this party under the belief that I could promote enlightened and progressive politics; nurture and develop principled political values and culture that I consider indispensable to the development of democracy and good governance in this country. I was mistaken.

Over the course of the party elections, events have shown that the leadership actively condones malpractices and electoral fraud to achieve its designed objectives. I am certain that any political party with such hypocritical and false values will not be able to offer meaningful reforms to the people of this country.

Last Night's TWO

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Scored two at last

"Twos in the morning, twos in the evening" - Mrs Ji Sung, Park

Balotelli's? Yeah, BALOTELLI'S??

Puaka Peninggalan MADEY

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Gerakan Mansuh PPSMI Kembali Tahun Depan

Oleh Mat Zahari Ali

KUALA LUMPUR: Gerakan Mansuh Pengajian dan Pembelajaran Sains dan Matematik dalam Bahasa Inggeris (PPSMI) akan memulakan usaha mendesak kerajaan mengotakan janji untuk melaksanakan pemansuhan secara berperingkat-peringkat, mulai tahun depan.

Ini ialah puaka peninggalan Madey yg paling hebat. Numero uno.

Kalah puaka PROTONG. Puaka Bakun. Puaka Perwaja. Ini kecik anak punya puaka kalau dibandingkan dgn puaka PPSMI.

Puaka PPSMI ini telah 'menyelowkan' pelajar luar bandar. Menyusah kan mak bapak. Puaka ini banyak 'mengantoikan' pelajar luar bandar.

Orang German kecek German, orang Perancis kecek Perancis, orang Jepun kecek Jepun..thee he he

Orang Melayu disuruh Madey supaya pandai cakap Bahasa Penjajah Inggeris..thee hehe

Jawab laa Madey.. "chek cakap Tamil ka kat dalam rumah chek.....?"

Sewaktu dengannya.

Pun sewaktu dengannya

Lagi laa sama waktu!!

Timbalan presidennya, Profesor Shahril Md Zain berkata pihaknya amat kesal dengan tindakan berdiam diri kerajaan, khususnya Kementerian Pelajaran, yang masih membisu dalam memberikan reaksi berhubung isu terbabit.

Can You Hear the Drums?

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Can you hear the drums Fernando..

I remember long ago another starry night like this...in Chelsea!


FIBERgrass: We need 22 players.

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Newcastle record a stunning win at ten-man Arsenal, their first at the Gunners since December 2001. Lukasz Fabianski will make the headlines again for all the wrong reasons, unfortunately, as it was his goalkeeping mistake just before the break that allowed Andy Carroll to head home what proved to be the winner. Make no mistake about this, Newcastle deserved their victory for their sheer will-to-win, their work-rate and determination – it was a triumph for team-work and organisation over individual brilliance.

FIBERgrass: We could be playing with 15 men but still got beaten by 1 man; Andy Carroll..

Arsenal threatened only sporadically, twice hitting the woodwork, once from a deflected Fabregas free-kick in the first half and through Theo Walcott in the second. Tim Krul made one outstanding save to deny Nasri at his near post. But that is successive defeats for Arsene Wenger's side following that midweek reverse in the Champions League and the home side also had Laurent Koscielny sent off in stoppage time for a professional foul. It's Wolves and Everton away followed by Tottenham at home for the Gunners – the Frenchman has some work to do to lift his side, though he will be heartened by the return of van Persie today.

We Are What We Eat

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Slim-melim ramping 'berdenting'!

Mongolian 'BOMB'shell. ..

Bekas First Lady Clinton. Second Lady 'si penyanyi' Monica Lewinsky.

Anak badak.

To Eat or Not to Eat

by Sreedhar Subramaniam MALAYSIAN INSIDER

November 07, 2010 — Amazing! There are over 12 million instances for a Google search for the words “diet plans”. Oh no! Another piece speaking about how overweight we all are! Actually, I am overweight too. I have a favourite statement that tells you something about my glorious past.

About “40 pounds” ago, I used to run for the school cross country team. When I returned from my studies overseas and started my working life, my first 1,500-metre race saw me beat the second finisher by 200 metres.

Too Many DATUKS Will Spoil A Contract

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"Ambo tok berapo segar lo ni."

Melaka has created a new datukship that is lower in class to the existing one.

Called Darjah Pangkuan Seri Melaka (DPSM), it is given to people in government positions that are lower than those of the people receiving the Darjah Mulia Seri Melaka (DMSM). So if your boss is a director-general, he’ll get the DMSM but you are entitled only to the lesser DPSM. 

It seems Malaysia has so many datuks now that the joke going round has been modified. It used to be that if you were to throw a stone in Bukit Bintang, you would hit a datuk; now if you were to throw one in Oxford Street, which happens to be in faraway London, you would hit a datuk too.

Case study:

Everyone around a wedding dinner table is a datuk. Imagine the dinner conversation:

“Datuk, please have the last piece.” said Datuk 1

“Thank you, Datuk, you go ahead. I’ve had enough.” replied Datuk 2

“So have I, Datuk. Perhaps the datuk beside you would like to have it?” asked Datuk 3

“Datuk Apanama, would you like to have it?” said Datuk 2 to Datuk Apanama

“No, Datuk, I’m superstitious, I don’t want to end up an old maid.” said Datuk Apanama

“Oh, of course, Datuk, I’m sorry. I keep thinking of datuks as men.” Datuk 2 apologized

“I beg your pardon, Datuk! Can’t you tell from my looks that I’m a woman?” a clearly embarassed Datuk Apanama retorted!

A well-built young man in a suit and bowtie saunters by. One of the Datuks calls to him, “Hey, waiter.!!!”

The young man glares back and replies, “Excuse me, I’m not a waiter. I’m a datuk!”

“Really?” said a Datuk, surprised. “You’re so young, you don’t even look 30.”

“So what? I’m 28. And I’m a sportsman. I can play football, badminton, squash, konda-kondi..etc

“Why are they giving out datukships to people so young?”

“Hey, at least I got mine for serving the country. How did you get yours? Beli ka? Pakai orang dalam ka”

“Are you insulting me, you young ciku?”

Sunday, November 7, 2010

PARK-ing It Late

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Man Utd 2-1 Wolves

JI-SUNG PARK struck a stoppage time winner to give Alex Ferguson a perfect 24th anniversary present as Manchester United boss. It was a fitting way for Fergie to celebrate his milestone given the number of times his side have snatched victory in such a manner.

Mick McCarthy will not be the last manager to thrash about in frustration after United old-boy Sylvan Ebanks-Blake looked to have snatched a deserved point for his team, cancelling out Park's opener in the first half.

Johny come LATEly.. new kid in town..


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Don’t rush into nuclear power plant says Madey 

November 03 2010 PUTRAJAYA 3 Nov — Former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said the government should not rush into building a nuclear power plant as once it is activated “there can be no turning back”. “I have a different view about the nuclear power plant, I don’t like nuclear power plants simply because the technology is not quite complete.

Ralat laaa.. kecewa laa.. putih mata laa.. thee he he

Buat loji nuklear masyuk wooooo... ini bukan projek bilion2.. ini projek trillion-trillion

Baru sekarang nak sayang alam sekitar? Sudah laa.. kilang aluminium Sarawak sapa yg lulus..

Korea ada 20 nuclear power stations, tengah buat 8 lagi. Jepun ada 57.. thee he he

Buat hydro elektrik laaa! alang2 buat, dah nak tenggelam pun sebesar saiz Singapura kat Sarawak.. sapa yg luluskan.. thee he he

Cakap je laa.. anak beranak suku sakat nak tumpang sekaki.

We don’t know what to do with the nuclear waste. Once you activate uranium there is no going back. “And we used to have some problem with even the little radioactive material that we mined before called “amang” which was used in the production of colour televisions. “Now they don’t use it amang anymore for colour television. Getting rid of it was very difficult. “We had to isolate one square mile of land in order to bury the activated amang ” he said after launching the first locally-produced Peugeot 207 here today.(read more HERE)

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Why Should PAS Members..

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Got Anything to Do With This Man? Why?

He is an UMNO man thorough and thorough. He bleds blue blood.

Oh yeah?? thee he he nice wool infront of my eyes..


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Malu laa.. malu laa 1Melaka..thee he he

Ada panglima sorong sentap..

Cakap berdentum dentam, tapi serupa tin kosong, tak ada ilmu..

Sekarang dah habis semua tersentap kecut, dgn kerandut-kerandut masuk kedalam balik..thee he he saman jangan tak saman!

Orang dah tak pakai keris zaman sekarang laa tuan.. orang pakai kertas, pakai peguam..thee he he

Tambi pun dulu dah buat silap.. thee he he tengok uniform sekolah pun boleh tersilap.

Inikan pulak pengetua STAR.. tau apa STAR??

Sekolah TERMENGANDUNG Ali Rostam.

Berita Harian’s “correction” does not amount to an apology but has added insult to injury, compounding the offence committed and the falsehoods perpetrated by the report on Tuesday, 2nd November 2010, under the headline “Tindakan Kit Siang tuduh UMNO kafir melampau”.

Berita Harian today carried an inconspicuous one-paragraph correction that reads:

“Ralat – Ucapan Pengerusi Badan Perhubungan UMNO Melaka, Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam dalam ceramahnya, DAP semakin berani mencampuri urusan agama Islam di peti Kampung Baru Hulu, Gua Musang, seperti disiarkan Berita Harian semalam, bukan merujuk kepada Penasihat DAP, Lim Kit Siang. Kesilapan dikesali. – Pengarang".

Berita Harian’s “correction” does not amount to an apology but has added insult to injury, compounding the offence committed and the falsehoods perpetrated by the Berita Harian report on Tuesday, 2nd November 2010, under the headline “Tindakan Kit Siang tuduh UMNO kafir melampau”, viz:

Tindakan Kit Siang tuduh UMNO kafir melampau
Berita Harian

GUA MUSANG: DAP semakin berani mencampuri urusan agama Islam dengan menuduh orang UMNO kafir dalam siri ceramah untuk menarik sokongan pengundi Melayu menyokong PAS pada pilihan raya kecil Dewan Undangan Negeri (DUN) Galas.

Pengerusi Badan Perhubungan UMNO Melaka, Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam, berkata tindakan itu adalah hasil ajaran pemimpin PAS yang menjual agama dan tidak menghalang apabila bukan Islam menuduh orang Melayu tidak menyokong PAS sebagai kafir.