Monday, June 30, 2008

Sodomy Part 1

"so do my" wife share the lime light?

In Malaysia, political assasination has a new name. Its called "sodomy"( correct pronunciation ). Okay..its a abbreviation of" So, do me" a favour... accuse Annuar..blah..blah.. or it could be "So do, my" command blah..blah.. or "So, do me" make sense .... by accusing Annuar... blah..blah..

They can "so do may" whatever they want but we rakyat are "sure, do mazed" by their unintelligent ways. Its barisan's motto.. if you can't beat them, "so do mess" the country.

Sunday, June 29, 2008

Who Is Being Screwed... ?

The notion that a 61-year old with a bad back can forcibly sodomise a strapping 23-year old is laughable. This is simply not the kind of thing that anyone, not even Anwar's harshest critic, is going to believe. Sauful Bukhary (in Blue) is the accuser.

Instead, people are going to conclude that it's a desperate, politically-motivated conspiracy.That this desperate move will backfire is already a foregone conclusion. The big question is who is behind this latest move to try to impugn Anwar's character with a tactic dating back to 1998?
I am curious. How did this alleged act of sodomy occur? Was the complainant held down by Anwar Ibrahim, or perhaps accomplices? What it done with the complainant’s consent, perhaps even at his suggestion? Perhaps he was drugged or beaten unconscious to facilitate the process?
These are questions that the police must ask in attempting to fully understand what it is that occurred, if anything occurred at all. This is more the case in view of the key elements of the sodomy investigation and prosecution in Anwar, Round 1, in particular the alleged confessions of Sukma Dharmawan and Munawer Anees which both claimed had been extracted by coercion. Similarly, the omni-present mattress and the almost magic DNA samples ought not be overlooked. This is underscored by Anwar Ibrahim’s insistence that his prosecution was politically motivated and had, for that purpose, been pre-judged.

Friday, June 27, 2008

Its A complex Matter....

Two days ago, when reporters press Najib for an answer on ( Nightline TV2) : "Project IC" he simply snubbed by saying "its a complex matter. Let us handle it". Well, do you need any better prove that Najib is as sincere as a Hollywood actress saying "ouchh" on her first night of the seventh marriage just to impress her seventh husband.

If the Sabahan so called leaders still think that the federal government is all out to address the woes and settle it once and for all, than they will think that American will leave the Iraqi soil tomorrow and never to return. Come on guys, Najib is lying thru his butt and you can see that in his eyes. Do you all think that they are dump enough to dig a hole, called "grave" and bury themselves.

The Federal Barisan will never let the oppurtunity to conquer Sabah disappear just like that. Just wait for three more years. Not many of you will get a seat to contest. By then the "new Sabahans" will occupy everything so that feds don't have to even look at your direction. If they are sincere, they would have announced a road map of doing so. Atleast they can say..that all foreigners holding mykad will be given a red IC which allow them to stay but not stray.

This is the bite. Don't you guys miss it. That goes to the Sarawakians counterparts as well.

Thursday, June 26, 2008

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Wednesday, June 25, 2008

How stupid they can be..

Hannah Yeoh, the Subang Jaya assemblyman, has been banned from attending her school's prefects' reunion. She said her alma mater, SMK Subang Utama has been forced to withdraw the invitation presumably because she is from the Pakatan Rakyat.

Hannah said she has been told by the organisers that the event would be cancelled if she turn up. This is ridiculous. Surely, as the pride of her school, she's a natural choice as the guest of honour. If the Education Ministry wants to be sticky about this, then a directive that says no politics from guests should be issued.

That would be acceptable. Do they need the students to tell them what democracy is all about and the choice of the rakyat must be respected, no matter how painful it is to them? When the students hear about this stupid ruling, what would they be talking about in their school and their homes? There are already grumblings from PR elected representatives in other states, too.

What does this latest incident and all the other previous incidents tell all of us??? It tells us that we are ruled by a bunch of goonies who are sore losers. No pride, no dignity, no shame but worse of all, no brains! Yes, I am talking about all those BN goonies...

sourced from: Wong Chun Wai's New Malaysia

Friday, June 6, 2008

Film Review: Kung Fu Panda

Ohh what a show. I have always felt that Kung Fu movies( together with Tamil and Hindi movies) have cartoonish elements in it. So when they produce a cartoon out of Kung Fu, its largely forgiveable and mostly enjoyable.. Its a story of how Po (our Panda hero) saves his village from the ferocious villain Tai Long ( a snow leopard).

Remember this is a kid fare, so don't ask too many questions, such as how Panda's father is a Goose. The animation is simply superb as the Chinese landscape blends beautifully with the plot. Truth to be told; the action scenes will leave you carving for more.

Verdict : A superb movie for the kids and the kid in us.

Thursday, June 5, 2008

15 Ways To Save Fuel by TV Smith.

Now, as the dust is settling down and Malaysians are slowly emerging from the shock and Pak Lah happily going back to his slumber.. here are some usufull tips from TV smith Dua Sen.

TV Smith's Dua Sen. The politically incorrect irregular columnist combines his idiosyncratic observations and tangential commentary into a blog...


Improve your vehicle's fuel consumption - by as much as 40% - by changing the way you currently drive. There is a catch, though. You'll no longer qualify as a Malaysian driver...Link to this artcle:

1. Pump More Here & Pump Less ThereDon't wait until your car senget one side before inflating your tyres. Low tyre pressure forces your engine to work and drink harder. Driving on underinflated tyres also reduces the life of the tyres. A lose-lose situation.

2. Dig Your NoseDigging your nose is more economical than gunning your engine while waiting at traffic lights. Jack rabbit starts cost you even more. Never floor the pedal unless there's an express bus looming in your rearview mirror. Learn how to accelerate (and brake) smoothly for better fuel efficiency.

3. Pay It Again SamYou may be using an alternative toll-free road as a sign of protest or as a means of saving money. If the the old route is perpetually congested and longer, you may end up burning more fuel than the toll saved. Sad but often true.

4. Go Look StopAre you one of those who frequently get stuck behind a stalled vehicle, crash into road humps or potholes? If you look further than 3 meters while driving, you can better anticipate obstacles and avoid fuel guzzling start-stop situations. Good reason not to tailgate too.

5. Make Up Your MindI don't know if it's kiasuness or indecisiveness that makes people drive with the other foot riding the brake pedal. A slight touch might not be noticeable to you but it strains the engine, wears out your brakes prematurely and confuses the poor driver behind. Make sure your handbrake is down all the way too.Link to this artcle:

6. Get Rid Of FreeloadersThe less passengers the less weight. The less load the better the fuel economy. If you want to car pool, pool the cost. Clear your boot by removing unutilised items like golf sets, prams, barbecue sets, scuba gear, etc.

7. Bear With Crow ShitPark your car under the shade wherever possible. The hotter your car interior becomes, the harder the air-conditioning needs to work later, the more fuel the engine consumes as a result. The hot sun also increases fuel loss through evaporation.

8. Stay Safe & SaveFuel consumption jumps dramatically after a certain speed. Keeping to the speed limit saves you more than traffic fines. Driving at 120 kph, rather than 100 kph, may increase fuel consumption by another 25 percent. The dangers of speeding far outweigh the travel time saved.

9. Get A LifeStop pissing off your neighbours in the mornings and do yourself a favour. Most modern cars have no chokes or carburetors, so there's no need for long, noisy engine warm- ups. Hard revving a cold engine kills it faster than driving it.

10. Let The Bugger GoThere's no need to catch up with an offending driver just to show a finger or fist. You end up either paying more for fuel or a hefty hospital bill.

11. Learn From Your MistakesIf your wife or girlfriend says she needs to pop into a warehouse sale for a quick look-see, find a parking spot and turn off the engine. Long idling wastes fuel and pollutes the environment. Link to this artcle:

12. Don't Be A Drag QueenRemove that empty showoff roof rack or that ugly ill-designed Ah Beng spoiler as it causes unnecessary drag. Smoking with your windows down at cruising speed also increases drag. Newer cars (except the Juara) are aerodynamically designed for fuel efficiency. Stop adding unnecessary external accessories such as jutting elbows.

13. Meter The MeterKeep track of your car's fuel consumption by monitoring the odometer or tripmeter. A sudden drop may mean mechanical problems. Timely oil change and other maintenance can save you significant amount of fuel.

14. Try A Different Nasi LemakAll petrol are the same except for the additives and advertising. Contrary to what most Malaysians believe, you can mix your fuel. There's really no need to waste fuel by driving out of the way just to fill up your favourite brand and redemption card. Link to this artcle:

15. Get A New Boss Use online banking or find a better employer. Stop driving to an ATM every hour just to check whether your salary is in.

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Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Pak Laaah...pak lah...!

Wakakakakaka... ! Why am I laughing? Cause there is an Indian say ; "laugh when you approach crisis". Ini macam punya orang pun adakah? Just before the election with a puffy bread face and heavy eyelid he said he has not made up his mind on the date and the very next day he called for an election. Now after pointing to August for a fuel price hike, he suddenly announced the immediate hike.

Don't know what actually Pak Lah is doing. If he is doing something at all (sorry!! no sexual inferences here). One day he says something and the very next day he turns over and say a totally different thing.

The last time he incresed the fuel price he promised to use the money to improve public transport but see what we have now. Ita worst than ever. Fuel price hike can only mean one thing... Your actual income slashed. This is what Tun Dr Mahathir has to say :"I may be mistaken but there seems to be less vehicles on the road today. But obviously that is not all that will happen. All other consumer goods, services and luxury goods would increase in price.The cost of living must go up. Put another way there will be inflation and the standard of living will go down"

Tun Dr Mahathir continued : "The increase hurts but the pain is greater not just because of the increase percentage-wise is higher than in developed countries but because of the manner the increase is made.A few days ago the Government decided to ban sale of petrol to foreign cars. It flipped. Now foreign cars can buy again. Flopped.Knowing that in a few days it was going to raise the price and foreigners would be allowed to buy, why cannot the Government just wait instead of banning and unbanning."

There is something obiviously wrong with this Pak Lah regime. Either all of them are "bobalicones" (spanish for ninconpoops) or they think the rakyat are "engenas" (Portugese for fools). What ever these "распутники матери" (its russian and its really bad ) think they are, they are surely ruinning this country.
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