Sunday, October 10, 2010

"Saya Tak Ada KUASA.."

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First Racism, now Sex Stimulants
by Mariam Mokhtar

Friday, 08 October 2010 22:23

COMMENT Education Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin recently announced that the encouraging result from pilot projects might mean that sex education could be incorporated into the national school curriculum.

Saya tak ada kuasa.. saya bukan Ayah Pin.. Ayah Pin boleh laa...

Ayah Pin ada kerajaan langit..thee he he hee saya TPM aje.. thee he he

Ayah Pin ramai pengikut.. thee he he saya ikut MamakKutty..

Sex education apa susah.. skrg dah ada STAR.. thee he he

Bukan Sek Tunku Abd Rahman tau..


We’ve heard about being proactive, showing enthusiasm and being creative at work, but one teacher from Johore was caught selling sexual stimulants in his school. He is misconstruing the education minister’s call and bringing “sex education” to a new dimension.

This teacher, from a Johore school, did not bother to wait for the official guidelines and, of course, he covered a topic which would probably not have been included in any sex education taught at school.

He distributed brochures on sexual enhancement products to the students in his school and sold them sexual enhancement drugs, pills and gels.


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"Ku, ambo pun nak jadi calon"

Ku, carik2 bulu ayam, selepas carik kita buat gulai la..

Ku, busuk2 daging, busuk lagi Ameno sampai ke usus.. thee he he

PUTRAJAYA, 9 Okt — Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak akan mengadakan pertemuan dengan anggota Parlimen Gua Musang Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah Isnin ini di Parlimen untuk membincangkan calon bagi pilihan raya kecil Dewan Undangan Negeri (DUN) Galas.

Setiausaha Agung BN Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor berkata pertemuan itu nanti akan turut membincangkan mengenai strategi yang akan digunakan bagi memenangi kerusi tersebut setelah Tengku Razaleigh menyatakan persetujuannya untuk menjadi Pengarah Pilihan Raya itu. more HERE

We Are What We Eat

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Red Onion Can Reduce Bad Cholesterol

- remove bad cholesterol from the body which can cause heart attacks and strokes.

- retains the body's good cholesterol to help protect against cardiovascular disease.

So, whenever you order your food, tell them "bawang tarok lebih!!"

HONG KONG - Besides causing bad breath, researchers have found that red onions can also help to prevent heart diseases.

Researchers have discovered that consumption of red onions can help to remove bad cholesterol from the body which can cause heart attacks and strokes.

That's not all.. The vegetable also retains the body's good cholesterol to help protect against cardiovascular disease.

The scientists in Chinese University of Hong Kong fed hamsters with crushed red onions for up to eight weeks.

For SALE - Wayne Rooney

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Manchester United's owners face fresh protests after record £83m loss

Supporters' Trust says results prove ticket and TV subscription money is servicing debt rather than players and facilities.

Manchester United plc today posted record losses of £83.6m, largely owing to interest repayments on its £522m debt and one-off charges relating to the bond issue that was the catalyst for fierce protests against the club's American owners.

After a week in which Liverpool fans have seen their club fight to ditch owners who left it mired in financial trouble, attention has swung back to the finances of their fierce rivals.HERE

David Gill says Manchester United are healthy despite record losses

• Chief executive David Gill says there is no pressure to sell
• Supporters' groups seize on losses to slam Glazer ownership

The Manchester United chief executive, David Gill, has said that his club are not about to follow Liverpool into financial meltdown, despite revealing record annual losses of £83.6m which are liable to intensify supporters' protests against the American owners, the Glazer family.

United's losses, which are largely a result of interest payments on a £521.7m debt and one-off charges relating to January's controversial bond issue, were seized upon by supporters' groups as evidence that the Glazers' ownership is undermining the club. But Gill argued that the club's results, which also showed a rise in operating profits to £100.8m, on record turnover, were "very good"HERE