As for me, I hope to get rid of this flu bug soon.
Thursday, July 31, 2008
As for me, I hope to get rid of this flu bug soon.
Tuesday, July 29, 2008
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Friday, July 11, 2008
Yes, this is one of the most basic talked about mishap in Malaysia policies. Thanks to the New Economic Policy (NEP). Nevertheless this hurts our pocket.
Thursday, July 10, 2008
Wednesday, July 9, 2008
In Jul 7th, UOB Chairman and CEO Mr Wee Cho Yaw said that the end is still not in sight for the damaging fallout from the United States sub-prime mortgage crisis and expects the crisis to take one to two years to stabilise. He said he was frightened that the extent of the losses was hard to assess even now.
In Malaysia, we are still talking about statutory declarations and liwat and Pak Lah is talking about attempts to create perceptions of uneasiness and distrust among the people, via the Internet and SMS......
Hello, wake up wake up government of Malaysia..........
Tuesday, July 8, 2008
Since we can get politics out of the way now, lets talk about food. Going back home, one of the things I always looked forward too is FOOD. How can I not miss those mouth watering food.
Remember I spoke before of the famous Kelang Lama laksa in my previous postings? That store is a branch taken care of by the owner's son. This is the original place where it all began. This area used to be just a small humble stall. Then it started to get bigger and bigger and before you know it, it has become the talk of the town. People basically throng the place to gobble on the laksa. So I tapao-ed 3 packets home.
Remember that I said before that I am proud that my hometown has a stall in Malaysia's Top 10 chicken rice stall ranking. Here you go. I grew up eating their mixed rice. I believe their secret lies in the sauce they pour onto the rice.And when I tasted their mixed rice I tapao home, oh boy...it still tastes the same when I tasted it 25 years back. Everytime my Mum is not in the kitchen cooking, she will get my Dad to buy back the mixed chicken rice. So eating it brings back nostalgic memories for me too.
Talking about breakfast, situated in the same coffee shop as the famous chicken rice, this curry mee stall is a must for me. I always felt that my trip back is not complete if I cant get a taste of this curry mee. Plus, the couple mending the store is friendly. What more can you ask for, if the food is simply superb and the seller is so friendly and its reasonably priced?
Yes yes, if you look at the pictures, you might say it looks gross. Just like Kenny Sia said that Pak Naseer's nasi lemak looks like...emmm. Well to me this RM1 nasi lemak is one of the best but yet simple nasi lemak I had tasted before. I still remember those days when I used to hangout at this stall at night, sipping teh tarik and eating the nasi lemak at RM0.60 per packet. They have a variety of nasi lemak I can choose from, sotong, ikan bilis, telur, ikan masin and others. I wanted to go for ikan masin but it was soldout. So I settled for ikan bilis and sotong. Dont let the the picture deceive you. One bite, and I guarantee you will be coming back for more.
The only miss for me this time was that I failed to taste my favourite bak kut teh. We went there on Fri night. It was closed. Damn. Now I need to remind myself that I should go there on any days except Fridays. So we went to this stall Good Master Bak Kut Teh. This stall used to be our favourite until we change our liking to the other stall. Its not that bad the taste but maybe I have higher expectations now for bak kut teh. The soup is simply no match with the sweetness and herbal fragrant taste of the other stall.
Monday, July 7, 2008
Picture I took
Friday, July 4, 2008
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Tuesday, July 1, 2008
Let me dissect Rosmah's statement below under Comment
Rosmah: I will not take action against Raja Petra
By LOH FOON FONG
KUALA LUMPUR: Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor who is the wife of Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak will not sue Malaysia Today editor Raja Petra Kamaruddin for alleging her involvement in the murder of Mongolian Altantuya Shaariibuu.
“I have nothing to say. I have given my statement to the police and that’s it,” she said.
Asked if she would sue Raja Petra for defamation, she said she did not want to address unnecessary issues because she had other bigger things to attend to for the people and for the nation.
Comment: So we can say whatever we like now and she wont take action? She got bigger things to do for the people and for nation? I thought she is just a housewife of a politician? I suggest sue RPK's ass if he is lying on the statutory declaration. Right? RPK is so pompous. Sue him la...sue sue sue......berani terus sue dia lah
Asked why she would not address such a serious allegation, she said it did not matter.
“If you are innocent, what is there for you to address? I am not a politician and I am not running for any post. I’m just the wife of a politician,” she said Tuesday during the Asia-Pacific Conference on Children’s Book Publishing.
Comment: Really it doesnt matter? This is a serious case lah. Tuduhan yang berat ni. Guess folks we can all stay silent if we're accused wrongly next time.
On whether it was true that bomb expert Col Aziz Buyong’s wife, Norhayati, was her aide, Rosmah said she was not.
“She was not my ADC (aide de camp). She was just an officer who did all my programmes. She is not with me now. She had a promotion and is back with Mindef (the Defence Ministry),” she said.
Comment: So Rosmah did know her-lah. And she got promoted.Wow. She must had been an excellent hell of a worker. Bravo bravo.
In his June 18 statutory declaration, Raja Petra alleged to have knowledge that two lieutenant colonels and Rosmah were present when Altantuya’s body was blown up on Oct 19, 2006.