Thursday, January 31, 2008

Bus crash - responses i got.

Was busy sending the petition msg to my contacts in the msn and ym.

Quite satisfying when I read so many familiar names in the petition signatories list.

Anyway, got some interesting responses from some friends when I sent them the msn/ym message about the petition such as:

1. Very enthu to know about the story.

They asked a lot of stuffs, very concerned.

2. Very rationale.

X pointed out to me on why she (Nian Ning) was particularly highlighted as JPA scholars as if the others "deserved" to die.

Also, X sensed that the petition was a very racially-based reaction, as it was due to the death of a victim who was Chinese, and nothing shouted when so many other Malays died in previous years.

I agreed on the second point but not the first. I opined that the JPA's scholar status was highlighted by various blogs to show how cruel the bus crash "robbed away" her bright future ahead, not discriminating the lives of the other 2 victims as "second class". I sensed nothing improper with that.

About the second point, I cant say X is wrong. I think it is true that there were more bus crashes in the KL-East Coast route, which involved more Malay victims, but there was nothing like this been done.

Well, I think thats because the majority of the people in the East Coast who uses the bus express service is not the same social class with to the KL-PG bus express commuters. There is nowhere they can turn and complain to, other than their lowly MPs, as compare to us, we shout it loud in blogs.

Most of the middle class are taking flights to and fro KL should they need to travel. The ones who take the bus are the poorer ones, generally.

(btw, X is very supportive of the petition. Dont get the wrong msg. X agreed that the point of the petition is above racial factors.)

Oh well, I still remembered very well how CEPAT was the CEPAT express from KL-Kuantan. The driver was basically playing Daytona with passengers' lives as tokens.

3. Very pessimistic people

This is the kind of people who I met a lot. Their responses were like: It makes no difference, No use one la. Waste of time la.

Now hold your horses man.., I am not saying that I disagree totally with you. In fact, I was in that same paradigm before. But as the more I read, the more I see, the more I would NOT accept the situation threw upon me blindly.

Things wont change unless you think it can be changed, first

Hehehe.. sounds so not Whatablog rite? hehee..

I admit a bit emo la these days.

I bet there will be nothing done by the Ministry Of Transport, and after a while, everyone will forget about this. But that's life in Malaysia. Forget, and terforgive.

Is there any way we can change it?

Tomorrow I tell you.

Wednesday, January 30, 2008

What is wrong with the pictures?

How come I cant see the pics on Internet Explorer?

Isit something wrong with my comp or blogger?

no title.

I have no time to blog these days.

Managed to korek some time to blog about the sad news about the KL-PG bus crash which took 3 lives.

You can read the news report here.

One of them was a 21 year old JPA scholar studying Medicine, in UNSW, Australia - Lim Nian Ning.

Although I don't personally know her, but by simply reading her blog, you can feel how sudden, was her departure. I got a little more emo when I read her friends' blog entries (jason's and j-ann's) about her loss.

You see, when I read news about accidents, generally don't really feel anything, simply because, I dont know the victims.

But this time the effect was different. I guessed reading her blog made me felt as if we know each other.

It just came to me, suddenly, as to who should we blame?

The driver?

Blaming him would be the most sensible thing to do, for us. Because he was reported by other survivors as overspeeding while texting on his hp. But most of these drivers, as we know, are like odd-job workers. They might be selling burger on wednesday and the next day donned on the KBES red polo T, drive to PG from Pudu, and paid per trip.

The bus operator - KBES Bhd?

I read the company's 2006 AGM report. Well, a company listed on the Main Board, with turnover more than RM 50 million, with 380 full time employees (which I fairly sure excluding most of the drivers) cant find a single minute and 35 sen phone credit to send condolences to the victim family.

The thing that disgusted me is their response: Business as usual. There was no temporary withdrawn of any buses pending investigation, not that I known of - correct me if I am wrong.

But if i m right: what the fuck.

The government?

The driver had accumulated a total of 13 summons amounted to over RM2K. Why the company, after so many incidents over the years, still not required by stricter law to screen the background of the driver? And how the heck our Government allow this to happen? Will there be any action taken to the company?

Health check?

Hows the ekesihatan saga going on? Most of us, including myself, have forgotten about it.

Read here!

This ekesihatan saga is the super stupid-annoying story ever! The nationwide bus driver's health screening cant be done because the EPU, Health Ministry and Transport Ministry couldnot reach a transparent solution on who should be awarded the contract. Read the following:

(When it comes to contracts, all I can see is non- transparency. There were clearly conflict of interest and breach of trust in the saga, and yet, no one got the axe. The lamest excuse given by the D-G was: I dont know why. I am new.)


I felt lucky. I travelled in that very same bus, the double decker almost every week during my holidays, just a few months ago. So what other choice of safer transportation KL-PG we have got? Flight?

In memory of Lim Nian Ning and all the other victims of the crash

1987 - 2008


Please post this on your blog now to help:

Chung Lern and Nian Ning’s families would like all families and friends of the victims, dead or alive, in the Slim River Bus Crash to come forward and join them in taking action against the bus company. Stand up to seek justice for these three innocent individuals, who were all so young and full of life.

If you have a blog, please call out to ANYONE who

knows someone who survived or did not survive

the crash to come forward to join the Lee family.

Make a huge difference, make a huge fuss.

For now, you may contact Lee Chung Lern at or preferably on his handphone at 012-6670368.

Friday, January 25, 2008


In conjunction with Australian Open, I have decided to adopt to the Australian Time. This week, I usually sleep at 9 something and wake up around 5pm. Also, this is as a protest to the super devaluation of Great Britain Pound (at the time of blogging, Travellex rate is 1 pound to 6.05 ringgit.)

First, I would like to make a blog statement that Eve is now staying with me. So, no porn for the following 5 days. And if you have any negative thoughts now, like i rape her or wat.. (shame on you and your parents!)

Pls read my previous blogpost about these cases of girl tumpang in my room ( very hard to avoid these circumstances when you have my extreme handsome look)

About tenis... I decided to blog about certain players in tennis. Of course, female players. (certainly!)

We have female final between Sharapova vs Ivanovic: The beauty vs the beauty. Thank god we dont have to see any of the Williams.

God is unfair. Pretty and Good. Cis.

Ivanovic. Tenis, ball and bedroom. Doesnt fitla. Instead; Penis, balls, bedroom sounds better. HAHA

Nasib Baik tarak diapa. The biceps bigger than my gluteus maximus.

There is no doubt, generally, female tennis players, are the prettiest among most of other world class sports. I mean, you look at:

badminton female players.....PUH...


That brings me to an old suggestion by ABC (Asian Badminton Confederation) that women players should wear miniskirt to make the sports more attractive. Wahlau! Badminton...nvm la...Its not the miniskirt la..its the tengkorak! players wearing football boots, football socks, and stripper's panties.

Back to tennis:

Ivanovic is my favouritela, Why? Coz I can only reach Sharapova's breast(actually quite enough liau la..). but come she so tall one!!!

Sharapova shows that you dont have to be like beast to be the best. Unlike Kokocrunch Konikova, she won Grandslam before, and a proven world class pretty tennis players. However, her sound effect is still one of her killing weapon. Sometimes male umpire have to go toilet a while to recontrol himself.

Ivanovic is a much lady like players la. Not as sexy as Sharapova (my def of elegant = long legs, blond hair, etc).

And ohya...I am now waiting for the game between No1 Federer Vs Djokovic.

There is nothinig much to say about Federer. He is just..the best.

BUt this Djokovic..hehehe..Surprisingly, he is a joker tau.

He is like the Steven Chow of tennis. He is quite famous for his impersonation of other tennis players, but now he only impersonates Sharapova. Some said, others were offended. That lucky chap is a close frend of allright.

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

SPP Updates

Ok. This post is to emulate Eric's recent post, to update ppl on our SPP.

So how I plan to achieve SPP?

I tried to diet.



After completing the Gastrointestinal Module Rotation, I came across various diseases, their causes and complications and etc etc. I concluded that, if I dont eat now, a few years to come I might not be able to eat those things anymore.

Diabetes, hypertension, cirrhosis, myocardial infarction, crohn's, wegner's, ankylosing spondylitis, wilson's tumour, etc etc etc... manatau!

So, i'll continue the amount i eat, but i'll increase the rate of exercise...hopefully.


I still can remember my 'thin' phase when I was in secondary school. But the thing is, that time I knew nothing about dieting. I eat as much as I could. What is dieting?

But, I ran rounds and rounds of the field. At the top of my kegilaan, i remembered running 8 rounds of PFS field, non stop and quite fast. (one round is around 700-800m i think)

Why I so semangat?

Hehehe... just to see the girls playing volleyball in the volleyball court, and at the same time, mau been seen running non-stop. Hoho.

My SPP programme

Without realising it, I built up my fitness and thats the secret of how Ang, who was just an ordinary guy, not extremely into fitness and athletics, managed to get forth placing in the 6km Cross Country, ahead of some of the school top runners, and managed to clock 5 mins in 1500m.

All thanks to run, see girls, run, see girls, run, see eat eat....

Now, perhaps my pertaubatan had deprived me of that urge to scope girls, and thus deprived me one of the most effective drive and motivation to do anything.

Well, now I have another motivation. I want to play better football. I want to be fitter. I'll run again.

I have done it once, surely i can do it once more.

At the top of my fattiness....

At the top of my sliminess

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Berita Best

I read the news in the Star with the title:

Unity is not a slogan.

Then, what is it?


Koleksi Slogan Kerajaan:

Work with me, not work for me.

Towering Malays

Melayu Glokal

Koridor Ekonomi Iskandar, Koridor Ekonomi Utara, Koridor Ekonomi Pantai Timur, Koridor Ekonomi Sabah dan Sarawak etc etc :
Koridor Ekonomi dimana saja anda berada sempena pilihanraya

Saya pantang dicabar

And now, we have

Unity is not a slogan!

Unity is Not a Slogan is the ultimate of all slogans already la. Much funnier than Bersekutu Bertambah Kutu.

Same like Lingam's:

It looks like me, it sounds like me, but unless u have the original memory card storing the video and the original camera that was used to take the video, it is not me.


Lawak la. Nowadays read the star also like read kennysia.

Kolej Mara Banting

After receiving some encouragingly touching responses for my previous post about footballing life in banting, I was inspired to blog on Banting.


3 years since I left KMB, where I spent 2 years doing IB.

IB? Apatu?

They said: IB = International Baccalaureate.

I thought: IB described the fish in the canteen rightly: Ikan Batu.

Food in KMB.

Till today, I still remembered the taste of the food in KMB. Other than the IB, the food as a whole, seriously, was acceptable.

The IB, i mean the fish, is genetically modified with ribosomes of stones conjugated with diamond. If you throw it to the cat and kena the cat's head, it can be pronounced dead on the spot.

(actually i forgot the taste of the fish already, coz after first semester, I have free food everytime in the cafe, due to my business ties with the cafe. HAHA)

Actually I like the food in KMB. I mean where in the world u can find free food, just take, eat, after finished then throw? no need to wash, no need to pay, and then sapu sapu punggung, belah.

Rules and Regulations in KMB? Are meant to be broken la...

"The most important thing i brought to KMB, is not my underwear, nor my porn cd, but its you." said Eric/Ang to Ang/Eric.

On the first day, Eric and I were given our room number.

We were separated into different blocks. We did not get into the same room. But, the years of training in PFS proved to be extremely useful, just on the first day in KMB.

He moved into my room, and we told my "supposingly" roomate: "Mr Sim, that we were told to change room."

Then, around an hour later, one of the warden, I still remembered him: Mr Ali, knocked on our door with Sim and said: "You know you guys are not supposed to change room as you like?"

We then told Mr Ali that Mr Tamam, the chief warden allowed us to do that. He bought that.

After that, Mr Tamam came to my room. He said to Eric: "You are not supposed to be here". And then to me: "Where is your supposing roomate?"

With the ultimate muka innocent, just like the kucing on the verge of kena raped by a pariah dog, we told him that Mr Ali agreed to let us change. He looked at us and he asked: "Betul?"

Sekali lagi: just like what we learnt in Choral Speaking and Drama Society back in PFS, we spoke in perfect timing and honestest facial expression, "Yes sir, seriously".

So, we ended up in the same room.

The great B125

A week after that, another problem came. Our matriculation card. The room number in the card is according to the registry, in which we are not supposed to be roomate.

Again, our experience in Kelab RekaCipta was put in good use. We collected my "supposingly" roomate's card, and together with eric's card, we went to the office, and told the office clerk, that there were mistakes in the card.

HAHA: the brother in the office did not ask anything else and just reprint the card for us, and also change the number in the registry.

From that day onwards, B125 was officially occupied by two of the most outstanding, outsitting and outsleeping human in Block B.

The Roomates of the year

And, not long after that, we made one of our earliest friend in the same corridor, Mr Ihsan.

Liban teaching how to make bomb...

Every time he went Surau, he would walk past my room, in his usual Taliban outfit and thus, earned himself the first nickname from us: Liban.

And before long, my neighbour, a super farter who redefined the world record of farting rate, in my room, 9 farts in a roll, and paling best, he was sitting on my pillow.

Nizam and farter

Nah, the bonus, one and only one, the Banting Orientation song written by Eric Koay and Ang Choon Seong when they were first week in KMB, not for public viewing.

Kementerian Penerangan's tontonan rating: 75PL

(Adapted from Larger Than Life!)

People run and hide when you screaming the name: ALI...

Bangun pagi pegi dewan tak mau punctual..mau...EARLY...

Lewat sekali...... kali kali kali yeah!

All you people can you see, can you see...

Mr Azmi tak tau bawak Lori..

Everytime he drives

Dia langgar babi

and that....makes.....K....M....B....

No BABI...

tek tek tek tek...tek nek tek nek..


tek tek tek tek...tek nek tek nek...

Yes IB!

If you are offended pls come and kill me.)

Sunday, January 20, 2008



Its damn saddening here in Edinburgh...

Malaysian who are here, only a few play football.

And we dont have anyone super good players (including myself)

So, everytime we participate in Msian Games, such as Notts Games, Sheffield Games, etc etc, sure bungkus awal wan.

And to improve, I formed a Malaysian team to play in the local 5 a side football league of ethic minority, SEMSA.


We conceded around 150 goals and scored 30 goals after 8 games.

How not to? Everyweek change players. No fix players. Only me and wafi.

The rest: not committed.

No keeper.


I remembered last time, when I was first year, Edinburgh Football was ok...

We have a few good players. Commited players.

Just say the time and place, they will be there.

Weekdays or weekends, no problem.

Take a bus for a total of 2 hours to and fro, change once, just to play football, on both Saturday and Sunday.

But then now..

Many of them, had graduated and went back for good.

and those who are still here...

"I've retired from football"

"Busy la...exam coming"

"Kepala pening..."


Sad lo.....

Those were the days...

KMB - Kenot go out to play futsal, have to seludup out. Those who are thin and fit, climbed fence, those who are not so thin, resorted to hide in the boots.

Non stop! Run run run. Better than SPP hundred times.

But then after that, Pizza Hut.


Friday, January 18, 2008

February Resolutions

I have a new resolution for 2008.

Which is to make monthly resolution.

February 2008:

Resolution Article 1.0

SPP officially, seriously, babili kick off. Daily jogging of 5km in the Meadows before dinner is a MUST. And my SPP vice chairman, YAB Eric Koay has suggested that our SPP to go with the new guidelines as underlined by the video below.

Resolution Article 2.0

No Supper
for the whole month of February in respecting the holy month of Chinese New Year.

Resolution Article 3.0

for the next rotation. I shall attend all the required lectures, clinics, classes, sessions of the MBChB Year 3 Edinburgh Uni for Locomotor Rotation.

Resolution Article 4.0

I shall enjoy my life to the fullest.

Resolution Article 5.0

Resolution 4.0 shall be the Supreme Resolution of the February Resolutions and any resolution passed inconsistent with the Supreme Resolution shall, to the extent of the inconsistency be void.

Exam Countdown: 9 hours.

Mau Study.



Heheh. Okla..let u see some of the biceps training after so many years of gym...

Teknik Menekan Muscle Dari Tepi Utk Tujuan Pengambaran

Thursday, January 17, 2008


Lingam tape: Dr M takes the stand

From Malaysiakini la...For the kiamsiaps

Former Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad this morning took the witness stand at the royal commission of inquiry tasked to investigate the VK Lingam tape.

He is the ninth witness to appear before the commission on the fourth day of the inquiry. This is the first time that Mahathir is to account in court for his actions while in power.

Mahathir told the commission this morning that while he obtain opinions from other people on judicial appointments - whether solicited or unsolicited - he made the final decision.

He is also expected to be questioned on the appointments of Ahmad Fairuz Sheikh Abdul Halim as the Chief Judge of Malaya and then subsequently as the Chief Justice. Mahathir would also be asked to justify the appointment on several other judges to the High Court.

Yesterday correspondence between Mahathir and the then Chief Justice Mohamed Dzaiddin Abdullah were tendered as evidence to the commission.

One of the letters showed that Mahathir had rejected two names forwarded by Mohamed Dzaiddin - Andrew Chew and Zainudin Ismail - and replaced them with others.

Lawyer VK Lingam was caught in a video-taped telephone conversation predicting that both Chew and Zainudin would not be appointed as they were seen to be from the “Dzaiddin camp”.

When asked why the names of Chew and Zainudin were dropped, Mahathir told the commission that he could not remember.

Lawyers are expected to question Mahathir on his relationship with Lingam and whether he was influenced by the lawyer on the appointment of judges.

The former premier is also expected to be put under the spotlight for a slew of other decisions he had made in regards to the judiciary.

Later today, two other witnesses are expected to be called - former chief justice Mohd Eusoff Chin and Tourism Minister Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor.

To me this is one of the best part of the show. Tun Dr Mahathir Vs the Public.

Of course, the most interesting is the yet to comment on anything since so long ago, the former Chief Justice Tun Ahmad Fairuz Sheikh Abdul Halim.

Best Best...

Side Joke:

Chua Soi Lek's last message to Malaysian as Health Minister:

Practice Safe Sex.

Wear Mask. Not Condom.

Why Lingam's excuse of forgetting his number was accepted by Inquiry?

Some interesting updates from the Royal Inquiry of Lingam Tape.

The ACA officer, Chuah Lay Choo was asked on the reason why she did not obtain VK Lingam's phone number.


Senior lawyer VK Lingam could not remember the numbers of his mobile phones, according to Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) officer Chuah Lay Choo today.

She told the royal commission on the Lingam tape that this was the reason why she was unable to obtain his mobile phone numbers when she interviewed him recently.

Lingam told me he couldn’t remember (the numbers) as most of his phones have prepaid lines,” said Chua when grilled on this by Bar Council lawyer Ranjit Singh.

She added that there were also no records since he was using prepaid lines. Prior to 2006, prepaid mobile phone users were not required to register or provide their details.


Again I am making a speculation.

I think, Lingam misunderstood the situation, that the 52-year-old auntie, Chuah Lay Choo was interested in him, and asked for phone number.

Same like me. Sometimes some chix asked me for number also i say...forgot...dun have phone...and etc

When the panel looked at Chuah's face, they can understand la why Lingam can forget.

Wednesday, January 16, 2008


BBC reported that Harry Porter by JKR (Jabatan Kerja Raya) is the most re-read book in the world, followed by Lord of the Ring by Tollking (isnt that Semi Value?).

In Teviot Place, the most re-read book is this,

Fatter than Kamus Dewan, but thinner than Pei, Helen and Eve:

Ladies and gentleman, students of all courses, chix of all races, boobs of all sizes,

I give u...

Davidson's Principle and Practice of Medicine


I refused to read that book anymore.

Because i think the content is substandard, and very poorly edited.

80 % + 10 % + 1 % + 10 % + 1 % = 102%

Page 925.

Hahahaha...OK. So now no book, kenot read, I shall sleep early and attend the lectures and bedside teachings i missed throughout my 6 week holidays during the rotation, in my dreams.

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

F1 Taxi Driver

F1 star takes wheel from cabbie

Michael Schumacher took over the wheel from a taxi driver when he was running late to catch a flight.

"I found myself in the passenger seat, which was strange enough, but to have 'Schumi' behind the wheel of my cab was incredible," Mr Yilmaz told German newspaper the Muenchner Abendzeitung.

Schumacher, 38, who lives in Switzerland, had flown to an aerodrome near Coburg, Bavaria, and taken a taxi to Gehuelz to pick up a new puppy.

On the 20 mile return journey, however, Schumacher felt they were short on time, and politely asked Mr Yilmaz if he could take over.

With his wife, two children and new puppy Ed, Schumacher hit the floor and raced the Opel Vivaro people carrier along the autobahn.

"He drove at full throttle around the corners and overtook in some unbelievable places," said a white-knuckled Mr Yilmaz.

The retired champion gave the taxi driver a generous 100 euro tip on top of the 60 euro fare.


Artist impression of the journey

Happy Taxi Driver

Monday, January 14, 2008

Proud to be Malaysian!

Got this from a forwarded email and added some pictures to it.

My personal favourite:

Indonesians do not need fireman, coz our neighbours have got it.



1. We are Hongkies not Chinese

2. We can talk and shout and nobody gives a damn

3. Jackie Chan is our icon

4. We can live in 5′ x 5′ cubicle and call it luxury apartment

5. Our children can speak Cantonese at a young age

6. We get to blame everything on Feng Shui or Tung Chee Hwa or the mainlanders

7. No one can threaten Hong Kong, except the few expat Cathay Pilots

8. Gambling is more interesting than sex

9. We produce a lot of Ms.Hong Kong to the enjoyment of the rich and famous.


1. We are not Chinese

2. Everyone hates us except ourselves

3. Famous for Orchard Road

4. We have our own island

5. Proud of our world class Airport, world class MRT, world class airline,world class telco……

6. We know how to spell ‘Salvatore Ferragamo’

7. We know how to enjoy vacation in Malaysia - keep a few RM50 notes before you enter the highway: can throw anything, anytime,anywhere and always wash our cars at the resort

8. The men are always concerned, first question to ask a girl “Do u have CPF?”

9. Never fear getting lost in our country - S$20 taxi ride will get u into the sea

10. We’ll never hv to worry about finding Mr or Ms right coz Govt will find one for us.

11. 1 Sing = 2.2 ringgit nyeh-nyeh-nyeh..

12. It’s OK to be Kiasu.It’s part of our culture.


1. We are not Australian

2. We live in the biggest country in South East Asia

3. No pirates in Indonesia water if you exclude the Navy and Coast guards

4. Everything is cheap, even our salaries

5. We can blame everything on Suharto or Habibie or Gus Dur or Megawati or

6. Only in Indonesia can you get involved in real demonstrations daily for different causes and see no results.

7. Our Rupiah is like a Yo Yo, it can go up and down just bcoz IMF say so

8. We burn everything and nobody gives a damn

9. We dont need firefighters as our neighbours will provide


1. World tallest Building,Best F1 circuit, biggest pewter mug, highest standard of university admission…coz Malaysia Boleh

2. We can be driving, picking our nose, cursing another driver,talking on the handphone, adjusting radio and bribing the cop at the same time

3. Divorce by sending SMS

4. Traffic summon can be settled on the spot with the cop.

5. Teh Tarik & Roti Canai is the favourite supper

6. We can save a lot of electricity because our TV shows are so crappy

7. We can blame everything on the haze or George Soros or Keadilan or

8. Resourceful City Council, one person to drive the van, one to carry the ladder, one to change a street bulb and three others watching

9. We make 2 lane trunk roads into 3 lane highway and back to 2 lane when cops r sighted

10. There’s always something for the PSD to do. They dig, resurface, dig and resurface.

11. All main roads are designated highway coz it gives the govt a reason to collect toll.

12. Our Government can never be wrong

Why Loh Mui Fah waited for so long?

I am making a speculation about the reason why Loh Mui Fah took nearly 4 months before appearing in front of the media to disclose his identity and tell his story?

Why? Why?

Coz...he wants to grow his beard first.




Some ppl msn me and told me that dei,..whats Lingam Tape? Lingam is the curry powder brand ?

Ok so here is the shortest possible narration of the whole Lingam Tape Scandal, which topped the list in the Malaysiakini Top 10 News 2007.

From Wikipedia:

On September 19, 2007, Malaysiakini broke a story on a tape released by Anwar Ibrahim, where senior lawyer VK Lingam was seen talking to someone believed to be the Chief Justice Ahmad Fairuz. The grainy eight-minute video footage was taken in 2002 at Lingam’s Kelana Jaya house. At that time, Ahmad Fairuz was the Chief Judge of Malaya (judiciary's No. 3 post).

The video showed Lingam expressing concern that the outgoing CJ Mohamed Dzaiddin Abdullah was moving his 'men' into top judiciary posts. The conversation revolved around the urgent need to get Ahmad Fairuz appointed as Court of Appeal President (No. 2) and then Chief Justice (No. 1).

Lingam expressed his plan to get tycoon Vincent Tan, a close ally of then Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, and Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor, a minister in PM's Department to talk to Mahathir on the appointment of judges. Allegedly, this was in return for Ahmad Fairuz's "suffering" in the election petition cases in the past where Ahmad Fairuz had ruled against the Opposition.

Following the revelation, over 2,000 lawyers heeding the call of the Malaysian Bar Council walked from the Palace of Justice to the Prime Minister's Department to demand the Prime Minister to set up a Royal Commission to investigate.

On November 17, 2007, Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi announced that a Royal Commission would be set up to investigate the matter. Ahmad Fairuz has, however, denied his involvement, and Anwar responded that he "would love to see him (Ahmad Fairuz) defend himself in the dock as to whether he was lying."


So, sekarang you guys know the magnitude of this Lingam Curry Powder thing?

I have a funny feeling cum sympathy for the law students la. You spent a mininum of three years reading law and then...the judge that made the verdict on whether you win or lose is...not that just anyway...

Actually the same goes to the funny feeling i have got whenever I watch all those debate competition in schools and universities. I mean, whats the point our students try so hard to debate and in the end, the most important debate in the country, ie, the parlimentary debate is not about arguing on matters, but about who make more noise, more animal noise, more sexist remark, and just get away with it.

Hahaha...itu semi velu cakap, harga toll, PM yang decide, saya hanyala alat. Then Uncle Kit asked PM to come answer to the parliament, then Semi Velu cakap....mana boleh suruh PM utk small small matters like this? Then datang pagi sampai petangla?

Then...How? No need to come then? Who should we ask?

Wastafarey. (Latin for Whatthefuck!)

Sunday, January 13, 2008

Lingam Tapper

At last, the long awaited updates about the infamous Lingam Tape from

Nah.... So that ppl who are kiam siap on the RM15 a month subscription (including me...) have the chance to know whats going on...


Last month, the ACA 'harassment’ and threatening phone calls became so unbearable and that Loh said he lodged at least one police report.

“The intrusion into my private life was bad,” he told Malaysiakini when met at his lawyer’s plush apartment in the heart of the city.

“They hunted me day and night. They came in cars, waited for me with engines running, waiting until midnight. The security guards at my apartment can vouch for this,” he said.

“Once the ACA visited my house and my office at the same time. When they found that I wasn’t there, they harassed my youngest son and threatened to take him away,” he said.

Loh said that once while he was travelling by car to Singapore, he was intercepted in Malacca by two ACA officers.

“They wanted me to immediately return with them to their headquarters in Putrajaya to take a statement from me. I told them I will not follow them and got them to let me talk to their superior,” he said.

“I told them I can cooperate but it must be properly done, and that I am given proper notice,” he added.

According to Loh, he did not know how the ACA knew that he was involved in the matter.

“Maybe Lingam had told them that I and my son were at his house on that day,” he speculated.

Videp-clip man worries about his safety

K Kabilan & Steven Gan | Jan 12, 08 11:41pm

Businessman Loh Mui Fah, 58, today claimed that he was worried for his personal safety over his role in the Lingam tape scandal.

In an exclusive interview with Malaysiakini today, Loh admitted that his son, Jwo Burne, had recorded lawyer VK Lingam’s telephone conversation with former chief justice Ahmad Fairuz Sheikh Abdul Halim on the night of Dec 20, 2001.

Loh added he and his son had went to Lingam’s house for dinner and to consult him on some legal matters.

Explaining further the harassments he had faced since the grainy 14-minute video clip was made public by opposition party PKR last year, Loh said that officers from the Anti-Corruption Agency had been tailing him day and night.

ACA officers had once intercepted him while he was on his way to Singapore, and also visited his office and home simultaneously where they threatened to ‘take away’ Loh’s youngest son.

“I have also received threatening telephone calls… asking me to watch out and that they will finish me,” said the businessman, who was also coy on his business venture apart from saying that it involved IT and forestry.

Loh said that he had written to Prime Minister on Nov 5, saying that he was willing to assist in the investigations into the Lingam tape should there be an assurance that “his safety would be guaranteed”.

“But nothing happened. I have had no reply from the PM,” he lamented.

Loh added that he had also emailed the three-member panel formed by the government to look into the authenticity of the Lingam tape, offering to assist in their probe. Again, he added, he had not heard from them.

Tailed day and night

Last month, the ACA ‘harassment’ and threatening phone calls became so unbearable and that Loh said he lodged at least one police report.

“The intrusion into my private life was bad,” he told Malaysiakini when met at his lawyer’s plush apartment in the heart of the city.

“They hunted me day and night. They came in cars, waited for me with engines running, waiting until midnight. The security guards at my apartment can vouch for this,” he said.

“Once the ACA visited my house and my office at the same time. When they found that I wasn’t there, they harassed my youngest son and threatened to take him away,” he said.

Loh said that once while he was travelling by car to Singapore, he was intercepted in Malacca by two ACA officers.

“They wanted me to immediately return with them to their headquarters in Putrajaya to take a statement from me. I told them I will not follow them and got them to let me talk to their superior,” he said.

“I told them I can cooperate but it must be properly done, and that I am given proper notice,” he added.

According to Loh, he did not know how the ACA knew that he was involved in the matter.

"Maybe Lingam had told them that I and my son were at his house on that day,” he speculated.

Plan to catch him unprepared

Loh suggested that the agency was perhaps badgering him to give a statement as they wanted to catch him unprepared instead of having him come with a prepared statement.

The businessman said that he feared for his life. “That is why I am going public now,” he said.

“I wrote to the PM seeking protection but I didn’t receive any assurance from him. Do I fear for my life? I won’t take anything for granted,” he said.

“Going public is the best option that I have.”

Loh also said that he was willing to appear before the royal commission which will kick off its inquiry on Monday to probe the Lingam tape.

“I will go before them in the interest of the public, but it is up to them to find their own answer,” he added.

The royal commission, formed after the panel tasked to probe the clip’s authenticity ended up empty-handed, is to further investigate the matter.


So who is this Loh Mui Fah?

No datuk seri, no tan sri, also nothing...

But his face reminds me of one Hongkong actor...

Berapa percent sama?

Saturday, January 12, 2008

Who are the World Worst Lovers?

World's 'worst' lovers?

German men are the world's worst lovers, according to a poll of 10,000 women travellers.

Worst: Too Selfish

They are branded selfish in bed while second-placed Swedes are too quick.

2nd, Swedes: Too quick

Third are the "too rough" Dutch, followed by "too dominant Americans, "soppy" Welshmen and "too loud" Scots.

3rd: Dutch: Too rough

4th: Americans: Too dominant

5th: Welsh: Too soppy

6th: Scots: Too loud

Englishmen were voted 10th worst for being too chubby. Turks were sweaty, Greeks smelly and Russians hairy.

10th: Englishman: Too chubby

Turks: Too sweaty

Greeks: Too smelly

Russians: Too Hairy

Women from 50 countries were quizzed on social networking site

Spokesman Peter Ward said: "Who would have thought Welshmen were better lovers than Swedes? But I would remind girls, it takes two to tango."

Italian men were voted best lovers followed by males from France, Ireland, South Africa, Australia, Spain, Denmark, New Zealand, Brazil and Canada.

World's Best.

Interesting News

Surgeons remove world's biggest tumour

A Chinese hospital has successfully removed the world's biggest tumour of its kind from a woman's buttocks.

The eight stone (45kg) tumour weighed more than patient Ahui, 36, of Guangzhou city, reports Guangzhou Daily.

Two teams of surgeons at Guangdong Provincial People's Hospital worked for more than eight hours to remove the 4ft 5ins tumour.

"We had to divide the surgeons into two teams, one cutting from the waist, the other from the lower right leg, then meeting in the middle," said chief surgeon Huang Guangxiang.

"This is the largest tumour we've ever seen, and medical reports show it was the biggest neurofibromatosis tumour in the world."

Ahui says the tumour started growing on her right buttock when she was 12.

"At that time, it was only the size of an egg, and my family had it cut off at the hospital," she said. "But after 10 years, a new tumour started growing like crazy where the old one had been."

"Because of this, I haven't had a bath in the past two years, and had to stay in bed all the time. My sister quit her job to take care of me."

Ahui inherited the disease, multiple neurofibromatosis, from her mother, who died of it in 1990.



Imagine u have 45kg of tumour on ur butt. Wahlau eh. study....

Friday, January 11, 2008

Gay Scene.



I am not very comfortable with the gay kissing scene. (i am ok with gay friends :P)

My uncomfortable face. Kek sai for a few days also like that punya face.

Anyway, I read in one of the auntie uncle age punya magazine, while waiting for the free shuttle in the WGH today, that...

They found out that women find the gay hot kissing scene in Torchwood very...very...very... arousing.

If you are above 6, nah the link.

(pls underager, dont watch. Superman Refund is coming soon. Just wait.)

Comments such as:

That's the hottest things I have ever seen!! Yummy!

So, para jantan yang lurus sekalian; the morale of the story is:

If you want to turn your girl on, kiss your guy friend in front of her:


and If you are above 1, watch the following trailer.

This is my favourite episode of Torchwood. Sex Gas

Side Dish:

A song wrote by PFS 5 Zamrud 2002

Gay lang, dia suka jantan

Gay lang tak suka lubang depan.

blah blah blah i cant remember

Gay lang dia suka batang dan lubang belakang.

(cant remember the exact wordings la. Any old zamrudians here? )

Emo blog: Football in Edinburgh

In bidding to be the Emo King, I shall blog something about emotions...

Ah? Emo blog?

What are the things that get me emoed?

1. Why Am I so Handsome? (Readers might get a lil bored with this...)

2. Why Am I not Bill Gates? (Err..coz he knows how to reformat computer)

3. About love? Relationships? Ya! Why my neighbours' dog barks at me and not the tree? The bitch doesnt like me? How? WHy?

4. Sad to say, the only few things that got my emotions out is Bola.


Ang and his Team of Failures...

A total of 155 goals conceded, 25 goals scored and goal difference of 110.

Emo tak?

Captain + Keeper + Striker + Defender + Attacker + Joker + Dalai Lama + Coach + Manager + Scout + Clerk + Transport Manager + Financial Controller + Supporter + Spokesperson +

Striker + Keeper and hold best record for both still.

Mid + Keeper

Defender + Keeper (Easiest to bully and thus usually made the keeper...hoho)

Keeper + Defender (he is the famous hand-less keeper. Seriously make a good keeper if the rules said No Hands allowed.)

Defender + Keeper + Priest

Attacker + Keeper . If he on form, he is unstoppable. He only on form once every 5 years. The first game.