Friday, September 26, 2008

It was 10.52pm when this song was played on the radio and it put a big smile all over my face. And I guess the same goes to all the lover boys out there..( young or old just the same) sometimes songs like this really play magic with one's memory..

To All The Girls I've Loved Before (Willie Nelson n Julio Iglesias)

To all the girls I've loved before
Who travelled in and out my door
I'm glad they came along
I dedicate this song
To all the girls I've loved before
To all the girls I once caressed
And may I say I've held the best
For helping me to grow
I owe a lot I know
To all the girls I've loved before

The winds of change are always blowing
And every time I try to stay
The winds of change continue blowing
And they just carry me away.

To all the girls who shared my life,
Who now are someone else's wives
I'm glad they came along
I dedicate this song
To all the girls I've loved before.

The winds of change are always blowing
And every time I try to stay
The winds of change continue blowing
And they just carry me away.

To all the girls we've loved before
Who travelled in and out our door
We're glad they came along
we dedicate this song
To all the girls we've loved before.

To all the girls we've loved before
Who travelled in and out our door
We're glad they came along

We dedicate this song
To all the girls we've loved before.

Monday, September 22, 2008

Utusan dares Kok to take lie detector test

Okay..if you are wondering what is it.. read on :

""Barely two hours after her release at the Jalan Travers police station at 1pm, the Selangor state exco member came face to face with her accusers again.
At the press conference in DAP headquarters today, Kok was asked by an Utusan reporter if she was willing to take a lie detector test to convince Malaysians that she had no part in the azan controversy.
DAP parliamentary leader Lim Kit Siang leapt to his former political secretary's defence, questioning the questioner, "For what?".
"They (the police) released her already, proving that they were wrong. Isn't that enough?" said Lim.
Not to be outdone, Kok upped the ante, saying that the lie detector test should first be used on her accusers before they ask her to take the polygraph test."" -Malaysiakini

ha..ha..ha... the word.. all this while the highest court in Malaysia was the Federal Court untill it was overtaken by Mahkamah Sumpah. Now we have the highest court of justice called Mahkamah Utusan Malaysia.

So beware you politicians out there.. after this, the Utusan Malaysia reporters may carry a lie detecter and catch you fellas on the spot with your pants down.

Imagine they are asking Najib : Ada kah benar Datuk tak pernah jumpa Altantuya..? (Answer : No)
Guess how the detecter will sound.. at his answer..

I guess it will go like this.. oink..oink..oink (it means this fella is a bloody fucking liar)

Next question : Dato, did you get any commision for buying the submarine? (Answer : No)

I guess it will go like this.. ting.. tong..ting..tong.. ( it means : this moron is a born liar..)
To Saiful Bukhari : 'Were you really sodomized by Anwar Ibrahim..? (Saiful : Yap)
The lie detector went on like this.. ka..ka..ka..ka..ka..ka..ka..
It means : His fart cracking, foul smelling arse hole never even seen a finger going in except his own.
And The reporters turn to PaK Lah and ask : Do you think our economy is okay? ( Answer : Yes its okay)

The detector goes berserk.. tang ding gong mang ping jong kang tang ding gong ping jong kang
(it means : this guy lies even when he is talking in his sleep..
The bottom line is why should they ask Theresa Kok to take a lie detector test when they should be asking Khir toyo, Ahmad Ismail, Saiful Bukhari or even Syed Hamid Albar to go for it and save all the trouble. I was wondering why they never asked Anwar to go for it? May be they don't want the whole world to know that he has the numbers..he..he..he..

What have this country come to?

Friday, September 19, 2008

A Tribute to Michael Bolton

Songs are many things. It could be just a piece of soothing music, a good companion, a loyal friend or a beautiful caring hands that wipe your worries away.

Every time I fell and hit the dirt in several pieces, this is the singer and his songs which nurse my wounds, heal the cracks and rejunevate my spirit.

There is one song in particular that "taps" on my shoulder and says "wake up boy.. you have got an ocean to conquer so dont cry over this cup of water. Nine years ago that was best anecdote for my pain, six years ago it was the magic wand that chasess away my blues and 3 years ago it was the "mystical glue" that kept me together and made me march forward..

Thank you Mr Michael Bolton. You do not know me. But you have been an intergral part of my life through your songs. Your strong yet soothing and calming voice carried me away from the clutches of agony. With your powerful rendition which is both compassionate and deep reaching I must say, you had saved me more than once from crumbling under preasure.

Friends, the next time you hear this song (below) try to feel the passion that I'm talking about.


(Michael Bolton)

Gonna break from these chains around me

Gonna learn to fly again

May be hard, may be hard

But I'll do it

When I'm back on my feet again

Soon these tears will all be dryin'

Soon these eyes will see the sun

Might take time, might take time

But I'll see it

> When I'm back on my feet again

When I'm back on my feet again

I'll walk proud down that street again

And they'll all look at me again

And they'll see that I'm strong

Gonna hear the children laughing

Gonna hear the voices sing

Won't be long, won't be long

Till I hear them

When I'm back on my feet again

Gonna feel the sweet light of heaven

Shining down its light on me

One sweet day, one sweet day

I will feel it

When I'm back on my feet again

And I'm not gonna crawl again

I will learn to stand tall again

No I'm not gonna fall again

Cos I'll learn to be strong

Soon these tears will all be dryin'

Soon these eyes will see the sun

Won't be long, won't be long Till I see it

When I'm back on my feet again

When I'm back on my feet again

I'll be back on my feet again

Monday, September 15, 2008

Police stop march for Orang Asli rights

KUALA LUMPUR, Sat - Today marks the first anniversary of the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 2007.
What happened today, ironically, left us with very little wonder why the orang asal in this country have to continue to fight for their rights to exist. In conjunction with the anniversary, Jaringan Orang Asal SeMalaysia (“JAOS”) has organised exhibitions and workshops from 10 to 14 September 2008 at The Annexe, Central Market to increase awareness on the plight of the indigenous peoples in this country.

The height of the 4-day event is the ‘walk’ from Central Market to the Palace to present a memorandum on indigenous peoples’ rights to the King.

The organisers and representatives from various orang asal communities gathered at The Annexe, Central Market as early as 9.30 a.m. in anticipation of the walk. Everyone was in high spirits as participants put on their traditional costumes and carried musical instruments.

As they were getting ready to begin the walk, the participants sang the common orang asal song. Some were seen carrying placards with words such as ‘Jangan Ceroboh Kawasan Orang Asal’, ‘Kami Bukan “Dan Lain-Lain”’, and ‘Hentikan Eksploitasi Hak Kami’.

The map to the Palace was also distributed to everyone. After moving barely a few hundred metres from Central Market, the participants were stopped by the police. This appeared confusing as yesterday, the police confirmed with the organisers that they have approved the police permit for them to ‘walk’ to the Palace. Despite intense negotiations, the organisers failed to rationalise with the police to allow the walk to go on.

With deep disappointment, the organiser had to inform the participants to return to The Annexe. Some participants showed mild resistance, but being the civic minded lot they are, they obliged the police’s order and walked peacefully back to The Annexe. Along the way, at least one or two representatives of the orang asal were seen giving short interviews to the media protesting the police’s action to stop the ‘walk’.

I end this report with the lyrics sung by the orang asal as they attempted to march to the Palace:

Orang Asal … oh-oh … Orang Asal
Mengapa nangis, matamu bengkak
Aduh Papa, aduhlah mama
Ak Orang Asal, semakin ditindas

Orang Asal … oh-oh … Orang Asal
Mengapa nangis, matamu bengkak
Aduh aru, aduhlah aki
Adat kami hamper hilang

Orang Asal … oh-oh … Orang Asal
Jangan nangis, jangan putus asa
Ayuh semua, wahai Orang Asal
Mari berjuang, tahan adat kita
(Source : The Malaysian Bar)

Friday, September 12, 2008

How To Tell A Woman....

Someone I knew was fuming over an acquaintance who passed some unsavoury remarks about her appearance... She has a point.

Guys; listen to this oldman. I have seen the Berlin wall going up and then came tumbling down. That means I have seen enough women to understand one thing. Don't get nasty with them as they are sensitive If you guys have to expostulate women's appearance, beware... don't even think of excoriating if you don't have the required skill.

We (men) must know how to play around with words. It means being diplomatic, courteous, polite, sarcastic and filmsily cunning . All at once. Isn't that what we are; slyful and adventurous animal with "noble intentions". (ka..ka.. opps my false teeth just fell out)

Lets look at the problem.. how do we tell women things that are need to be told.. There are rules and ways. Let me give you some examples.

NO:1 Anatomy never been easy. It can be sticky. For instance if you find a woman's boobs is way too large for her (its not her fault thou) don't say " your boobs are too big for you.."

Try saying: "You have a generous "heart" with massive space for intriguing beauty paid upfront handsomely.

True Meaning : Gosh... your boobs are are gigantic that I can even take shelter when it rains.

NO:2 When a woman puts up atrocious make up and looks like a scaredevil ( scarecrow is to chase crows, so you know what is a scaredevil)

Try saying : "You look mysteriously exotic" (In most restaurants .. all the terrible tasting things are known as "exotic")

True Meaning : "God almighty, did you ran away from a Chinese Opera with half make up on..."

NO:3 When a woman scandalously misdress and appears like a crossbreed between ostrich and a horny porcupine...

Try saying : look out of this world..

Real meaning : Good Lord..what happened to you.. you look like just been raped by aliens..

NO :4. Commenting on wrinkles is big but if you can't control your urge to comment..

Try saying : "those handful of wisdom curves, make you look even more sophisticated"

Real Meaning : You have more lines on your face compared to your palms. So much so.. you look like a computer chip board.

NO:5. Body odour is an unpleasant issue. Never ever offend a woman on this matter.

Try saying : "They say not even the best perfume can capture the powerfully stimulating, true smell of a woman. Yours is the most mindboggling I have come across"

True Meaning : "You skunk or what"

Remember what Lord Dewar said, "minds are like parachute, they only function when open,," So up your mind and have more communicative skills. Good Luck

Raja Petra arrested under ISA

Controversial blogger Raja Petra Kamaruddin was arrested today under the Internal Security Act for allegedly being a threat to security, peace and public order.

According to Home Minister Syed Hamid Albar, the 58-year old father of five would be detained under Section 73(1) of the ISA, which allows for detention of up to 60 days.
“The police will do an assessment during this period and if they feel he should be held more than 60 days, the police will then refer to me,” Syed Hamid was quoted as saying by The Star.

The minister also confirmed that the Sin Chew Daily, The Sun and Suara Keadilan were issued show cause letters. "They have been given a week to reply," he added.
Raja Petra's wife Marina Lee Abdullah earlier told Malaysiakini that 10 police personnel from Bukit Aman came to their home in Sungai Buloh at about 1.10pm to arrest him.

When Malaysiakini contacted her at 1.25pm, the police personnel were still there. However, Raja Petra - popularly known by his initials RPK - was taken away to an unknown destination at 1.50pm. The police also confiscated a computer, some books and VCDs


The Malaysian goverment is surely going to go down in history as the most misfiring one. Why? Just few days ago a chimpanze by the name of Ahmad Ismail incited radial hatred and threaten natinal security by subscribing to May 13 incident. Ho stoke up considerable amount of wave to the extend Gerakan had severed their relationship with Penang UMNO.

For such display of wantom disregard of national unity and creating racial unrest, he was only suspended for 3 years from party. Wow.. How come no police or special squad with balaclavas to apprehend him. Why Umno is taking action and not police when there are a handful of police reports.

Barisan Nasional goverment must treat the people of this country fairly. If you have proof then charge Raja Petra in the court. If you can't then release him. ISA is just a tool for cowards like Bee End.

Monday, September 8, 2008

Mpnaped saga continues,,its not Aussie but Taiwan

( Taken from Malaysian gate by jatt)

Well, all the MP's already set up for holidays or an agriculture study tour.They went to Taiwan..hrm.. This is what i call a from drama or movie perhaps like this one

How about below claims by anwar Ibrahim?It has been reported today that Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim made an announcement after chairing the Pakatan Rakyat briefing at Kuala Lumpur that 32 Barisan Nasional Members of Parliament have agreed to crossover.

It seems that the Pakatan Rakyat is on the way to form the next federal government as scheduled.

In the mean while, Barisan Nasional Back-benchers’ Club (BNBBC) sent 41 of BN MP’s to Taiwan for a last-minute’s ’study tour’ today and are only scheduled to come back on September 17, in an attempt to fail the Sept 16 Pakatan Rakyat takeover of the federal government.

The Pakatan Rakyat requires 30 Barisan Nasional MP's to crossover to form the next federal government.

A NEW DAWN is at sight for Malaysians.

Are they going to wait till 17th Sept or fly back home to make the day come true?

So, now it become super frog? Obviously they who jump out ought to be a hero for Pakatan Rakyat and Malaysians.

Let just pray they don't end up like this frog.."mati katak"

Friday, September 5, 2008

Mpnaped.. Overseas trip to prevent kataks

Retreat? Or another Booty Camp?Ahhhh, this is interesting. So the venue is kangaroo land.What a coincidence.Loyalty test could it be?

They are going to walk the plank to see if they are truly loyal to Bonaparte.

Captain Jack Sparrow is sponsoring his yatch for this event.

Trip agenda prepared by Biro Tata Negara. Rather it should be Bye -O -Ta -Ta - Negara.
We will not be coming back.

Those who failed the loyalty test can have this options to choose from ;

1) Jump into the Great Barrier Reef with some Great White Sharks. ( Not play golf with Greg Norman)

2) Survive in the Great Out Back with some Dingos or crocs. (Dungus and buaya darats need not take part.)

3) Stay in Tasmania with some Tasmanian Devils. (Sorry, Devils’ Curry is not in the menu)

Those who survived will be accepted to join PR.

One more thing. Those whom are accepted by PR, we will deduct your new ‘revised down’ salary to pay the bills for this trip.It is the rakyats’ money anyway.

Those rejected by PR, consider this trip as our ‘Golden Hand Shake’.

We will still deduct from you. Get our friend Ah Long to loan you some cash.

And YES ! I am going to have a wonderful weekend!

Thursday, September 4, 2008

Saya Anak Malaysia

Albert Einstein once said: ‘Nationalism is the scourge of mankind.’

Strange that we begin our celebration of National Day with such a sentence but if you can examine this statement without the rose-tinged glasses, feverish flag-waving euphoria and the normal syrupy sentiments attached to the traditional festivities of the big day, you will see that it is indeed very true.

Nationalism, which to an uneducated mind says that ‘my country is better than yours’ and religion, which also to the uncultured and unimaginative mind says that ‘my God is better than yours’ have created far much more wars, bloodshed and hatred in this world that any other factor.

They have been used as tools of vendetta and weapons of submission by the leaders-that-be, be they political, religious or racial leaders. Historically almost every large scale war that has been fought has been over these two reasons.

Nations against nations, brothers against brothers. And for what this madness? A fleeting sense of triumph in a life span that does not go beyond 80 years?
In Malaysia, a microcosm of the world exists. Where different nationalities and religions exist side by side. And we have always been half-happy, in that uneasy truce where we barter something to gain something else.

But we have pulled through it and have emerged…not great, not triumphant, but okay only la. But what saddens us, and troubles us deeply is that Malaysia is capable of greatness – immense and gargantuan greatness.

Because her people are actually her greatest strength. Having withstood the many tests of race, religion and governance , we still stand united. But we could be more, so much more.
We hurt because as Kipling says, ‘We can’t bear to see the truth that one speaks, twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools’.

We dare to dream of a day, when we can see each other clearly without the dirt of bigotry blurring the lenses of our vision. Of a day when we can reach out and touch each other without fearing that we will be classified as not belonging here or there or wherever.
Of a day when we can speak as one and not many different voices. Of a day when we are equal under God’s bright blue skies, where we all can hold our heads up with pride and say with our hands on our hearts, ‘We are Malaysians. Not Malay, Not Chinese, Not Indian, Not Lain-lain, but just Malaysians’.

We are not each other’s enemies, we are each others pillars of strength. We learn from each other, we lean on each other and we live our lives collectively as a nation moving in tandem, growing in comfort and prosperity. That is what real nationalism should be about.
To be proud of your country and nurture her, but at the same time, understand that we share this world with others and we need to play an effective role in trade, communications and friendship with all other nations, shrugging off the yoke of apathy, ill-will and distrust that we harbour with any or all nations, regardless of race, religion and political leanings.
Politics is merely a governance of a country, religion is merely a governance of a need to reach an inner peace and race is merely geography and genetics.

What is of ultimate importance is that we learn to govern ourselves – to train our minds to seek intelligent answers everywhere, to understand that living and loving can transcend to more than just our immediate families and to believe that true freedom comes with the emancipation of our mind from the shackles of racism, nationalism and religion and see each and every one of us as a friend, father, brother, mother, sister and child.

Then only are we truly free and on the day that we celebrate Merdeka as one people, we can smile in pride and repeat after Martin Luther King , ‘Free at last, free at last, oh my god, freedom at last!’
Here’s hoping for a dawn of a brave new wondrous era for all us Malaysians.

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