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Correction

May 26, 2010 Leave a comment

In previous post regarding the coal plant in Sabah, I wrote:

Of all place, why choose a place where tiger resides, especially since we know how dirty coal power is…

A lady confronted me that THERE IS NO TIGER IN BORNEO, and I concur, hence the correction here. I must say my emotion won over me when I was quietly asking myself, “Eh is there tiger in Sabah ah?”… Anyway, let’s just say that the “tiger” is being symbolic here, representing animals, many of them charming…

So let’s just say, “Of all place, why choose a place where CATS reside”…

Nope, not this one…

Meow~~ Sundaland Clouded Leopard, endemic to Borneo~

Categories: Blog, Tiger blogfest

Sabah Coal Power Plant

May 20, 2010 11 comments

Think this picture pretty sum up the Sabah coal power plant story. So the new power plant will be flanked by a wildlife reserve and a marine park, brilliant idea by our dear government huh? Whatever happen to the newly built Bakun Dam in Sarawak? Huh?

This website has pretty much summed up why a coal power plant should not be built here, and they are running a campaign to stop this from happening, by downloading one of the pictures, print it out in a post card and mail it to our dear “People’s Prime Minister”, who said that Rejang Park, Sibu is not a place a Prime Minister should be at (even though it is located in 1Malaysia)… Anyway, now, I need a freaking colour printer already!

All are really well done pictures that full of message, start to love this kind of straightforward messages, another such cute direct way of presentation would be the AIDS awareness campaign that was organized by PT Foundation

Oh you need some motivation?

  1. Of all place, why choose a place where tiger resides, especially since we know how dirty coal power is. On top of that, just how much the runoff will kill the sea adjacent to it?
  2. You really trust the Environment Impact Assessment conducted in Malaysia? Head over to the poor people in Bukit Koman, Raub, and read about their cyanide mining story if you feel like reading more!
  3. Is there no alternative? Isn’t our dear Prime Minister shouting that he wants to build a nuclear power plant because he wants to lead Malaysia into a freaking green technology advanced country. So can’t we think about clean alternative energy, instead of destructing forest and biodiversity and yet producing huge amount of greenhouse gases plus dirtying the eastern tip of one of the most beautiful state of Malaysia? By the way, Uranium mining, highly sophisticated protection and transport, and nuclear waste disposal are totally NOT GREEN at all.

Just some points to get you motivated, if you want to debate about the “Nation first, environment later”, let’s just say, how much shall and did we sacrifice already?

All the lovers…

May 20, 2010 Leave a comment

That have gone before
They don’t compare to you
Don’t be frightened
Just give me a little bit more
They don’t compare
All the lovers

Nice (new) song from Kylie Minogue! 😀

Categories: Music

May 13th

May 13, 2010 Leave a comment

Just a short one copied directly from my facebook:

13th May 1969, time to forget, time to forgive, time to move on and let the politics of fear dies…
Sports unites, Politics divides, a small but well-celebrated win in Msia vs Denmark Thomas Cup match opened the 41th anniversary perfectly well

Until I’ve time to write more on the sorry tragedy…

Categories: Politics, Tragedy

Failed picture

May 12, 2010 1 comment

Malaysiakini… you fail!

Or is this actually a win? Am I suppose to take this as a satire or something? Because it seems like the picture kind of suggest that:

  1. Anwar and Karpal Singh are like predator, they are so going to prey on Saiful (in a wrong way, sort of like a porn story)… Alright, eventhough it is not really that wrong if we forget about the “wrong” bit…
  2. I don’t know, Karpal feels like a third person in a two-man-relationship… Ummmm…
  3. The colour and the position and the sort of “texture” of Karpal made him looks like a ghost, coming back to gaze (and thus haunt) Saiful…

Don’t you think that Saiful’s posture and position look like Altantuya’s most used picture here?

(Picture taken without permission from here)

You know how poor Altantuya looks really like a “victim” in her this photo… Somehow the way Saiful featured in the picture also looks like poor sheep that’s going to be devoured… Hmmmm, poor Saiful…

So there’s no sign of penetration because the doctors lied… And probably because Anwar used lube so it went “smoothly” so there’s no sign of torn…

So then Saiful said he was raped instead of, um, having consensual sex, even though Anwar is charged for “having consensual sex” with Saiful…

So Anwar asked Saiful if he can fuck him, Saiful said no, but eventually went to the condominium to shower, and came out with only a towel. Saiful was so hot, he’s after all 25 years old, that Anwar can’t control himself, and without asking if Saiful is up for it, the 60-plus-year-old man grabbed him, pulled the towel, and at the same time frantically searching for the powerful lube (that makes everything so smooth). Anwar then applied the lube, possibly onto both his penis and Saiful’s anus, WITHOUT any physical protest from Saiful, before Anwar successfully penetrated Saiful with his penis…

Yeah, and a porn writer will name this segment, “Rape”…

Categories: Jokes, News portal, Politics, Random

UK election

May 11, 2010 Leave a comment

is toooooooo fun to watch!!!!!! And they are so damn fast in updating wikipedia, PM Gordon Brown announced that he will stand down as Labour party leader at around 12am local time, then, the entry about labour leadership election 2010 is up now! less than 1.5 hours, WOW~

Anyway, loves the drama… 😀

Categories: Politics, Tech

What if…

May 7, 2010 Leave a comment

I’m a voter of Sibu, and I’m working in say KL…

When I try to shop for air ticket to go home and vote, there’s no more air ticket left! All the available airlines sold out their tickets!

How? Swim ah?

If one side thinks that the voters from the West Malaysia are more likely to vote for another side, it is logical to expect some filthy rich people from the side to book all the air tickets, no? Sibu is no KL, so there probably won’t be much daily flights, and it’s not like you can take bus or train or drive or swim to reach Sibu… Even Sarawakian has problem to travel to Sibu via land transport I believe, hmmmm…

OK, I’m just a paranoid election-show watcher, you know growing up in the environment where dirty plays in election are perfectly normal, you tend to expect the worst.

Talking about election, how I wish we could have a professional website like the BBC one for UK General Election, you can even choose an issue, and check what the major parties’ manifesto on that particular issue side by side. In Malaysia? Manifesto? Comparing them side by side? Dream on lah.

The polling stations in UK open from 7am to 10pm, just 1 hour short to be 7-11! You can vote in person, by postal vote or by proxy! How cool is that? You totally can imagine people party all night till morning, to follow the election results, and then heck care about Friday (UK election always on Thursday) and scream for the winners till weekend…

Categories: Politics, Random