It looks like some people are still talking about the Negarakuku video clip. One lady politician brought it up a few weeks ago, which I guess could have been used to gain some political mileage(?)
Anyway, the latest mention that I know of is from a form one student named Bryan. He uploaded a video on YouTube entitled, The truth of Negaraku. However, he only mentioned about Namewee briefly in the 8 minutes video. Most parts of the video talked about how much our national anthem, Negaraku sounded like Mamula Moon.
I guess he must be using a laptop when recording this because some of the audio is too loud (when he was playing the music on YouTube) and the loud tap on the keyboard.
He somehow apologized if he offended anyone with his video. The funny thing about this video happened right at the end where he “invited” anyone who would want to “meet him up” to find him at a park between 4 to 6pm daily. At first, it sounded like a challenge but it was actually for “if you have any comments to make”.
He ended the video with “thank you and salam sejahtera”. It sounded more like news broadcast to me. I can’t help but to wonder if he is sober.
Just a short community message. Don’t do drugs and keep alcohol to a “controlled level”.
The mass rally organized by BERSIH on the 10th of November was aimed for an electoral reform towards fairer and “cleaner” election. Our Prime Minister, Pak Lah disapproves of such mass gatherings claiming that “there’s never been peaceful gatherings”.
From the articles I read and YouTube videos I saw, the only non-peaceful events that happened were started by “the other side of the fence”. The people and even journalists covering the event were “shot at” using water canon and a hawker who wasn’t even participating in the mass rally was reported having his left knee broken and crushed “by police officers” as reported by Malaysiakini.
“I also never imagined I would end up with a knee smashed by those who are supposed to be protecting the people against violence.”
There is a call for the rakyat to wear yellow on every Saturday as a call to protest against the government for their “street dance” last weekend.
“It can be a yellow cap, a yellow shirt, a yellow ribbon … just anything yellow,” said Syed Azman Syed Nawawi from the opposition Islamic party PAS.
Will I be wearing yellow proudly and walk in the streets together with the others? You bet! Since anything yellow will do, I am thinking of something unique. A shirt, pants or cap is so common. I want to be different. How about wearing yellow underwear?
Speaking of yellow underwear reminds me of someone. Do you know who this someone is? Below are some clues:
XiaXue’s “best friend”
You should be able to guess it by now. Enjoy the YouTube video below.
Now, what I need to do is to go buy some Yellow underwear now.
This year’s Deepavali celebration was a little quiet for me. I called up a few friends to gather at a friend’s open house but most of them were out of town. In the end, there were only two of us visiting. Less people means more food to eat
We spent over two hours there — eating and talking. My friend bought a dog for his parents to look after the house. I think it is only four months old. So, the parents are probably doing the looking after, for now.
Anyway, we chatted for a bit and the million dollar question popped up out of the blue — “Have you registered?”
The two of them were like, “Hell ya… You bet! I am not going to allow… I will make sure…”. They went on and on but I was like, “Errr…not yet”. Let’s not talk about me and concentrate on what they have to say, shall we?
I was actually quite surprised that they had the same views on most of the things that I have been reading on “alternative news” sites like Malaysiakini. They talked about who they would vote for in the coming election. I can’t help but to wonder, does it even matter? I just read the article on “Mystery voters” and remembered some “ghost voters” reported some time ago.
To me, politics (no matter who are the ones on top) is a “dirty game”. It is all about power, money and corruption. The question isn’t whether they are corrupt but how corrupt they are.
Have you ever met people who pocket stacks of RM50 or RM100 notes in their pants?
A few weeks ago, I encountered one guy who took out one thick stack of RM50 notes from his trousers’ pocket to pay for his (less than RM50) bill. From the look of it, there could have been 50 pieces of RM50 or more in that stack. I wonder if he has a few more stacks in his pockets. Needless to say, the note that he passed to me was wet. *yuck*
When I was working as a cashier a few years ago, I encountered a few people like this as well. I have always wondered if there are actually people who keep thousands of ringgits in their pockets all the time. Do you know of anyone like this?
Anyway, I am also curious of their occupations. What kind of people would carry thousands of ringgits in their pockets wherever they go? I doubt an IT staff would be able to do that. Below is a list of possible people who would carry stacks of RM50 and RM100 notes with them all the time.
Rich man’s son
Please bear in mind that these are just my guesses. Who do you think these people are?