Saturday, October 9, 2010

Kita Lebih Bagus Dari ZIMBABWE

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 Kat Zimbabwe pun tak boleh memancing tengah jalanraya.

 Ini sebatang jalan di Zimbabwe, lori terbalik bawak kelapa sawit. 

Ini pun kat Zimbabwe, tak jadi mamat ni p motong gotah!

8 OCTOBER, 2010: Britain's annual road deaths tally is the lowest out of 33 countries surveyed by an international transport watchdog which has declared the last 10 years "a record decade for road safety", MailOnline reported and published on it's website.

Jalanraya di 1Malaya lebih baik dari di Laos..thee he he

Lebih teratur dari jalanraya di Nepal..thee he he

Terbaik di rantau ini.. thee hee hee

Malaysia Boleyyyyhhh!!!!

A Kancil?? "You better ride a donkey lah!!!"

Latest fatality figures published today by the Paris-based International Transport Forum show dramatic falls in road deaths since the turn of the century in 30 of the countries included.

In terms of road deaths per 100,000 inhabitants, Britain's figure last year stood at 3.8 - compared with 23.8 in Malaysia at the other end of the scale.

Soon MU Will Do a Liverpool

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Like Liverpool is doing a Leeds right now.

Glazer debt drains Manchester United's £100m record profits

Manchester United's full year results will today lay bare the financial tensions of the Glazer era and further fuel the ire of the owners' critics. The club made record operating profits but still recorded huge overall losses due to interest repayments and one-off costs related to a £509m bond issue.

It is understood the results will reveal that the club's operating profits topped £100m for the first time, thanks to increased matchday, broadcasting and commercial revenues. Read more at

Man United announce £83.6m loss

Manchester United have become the first English club to crash through the £100million profit barrier - while at the same time posting an £83.6million loss.

The widely contrasting figures once again emphasise how the Red Devils remain one of the world's most attractive sporting organisations, while at the same time showing the cost of a hugely controversial takeover by the Glazer family in 2005. Read more at