Posts Tagged ‘malaysia’

Gomen pandai tipu!!

Posted: 1st February 2015 by Jacky Yong in Cars, Current Affairs
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Does the government think that we are really that stupid? I read with amusement about a stupid minister (Minister of International Trade and Industry Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed) who claimed that car prices actually dropped! And is there any grain of truth in it? NONE WHATSOEVER!! That fucker used figures that are gravely misleading, hiding […]

Transgendered Life

Posted: 28th August 2011 by Jacky Yong in Current Affairs
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It’s sad, it’s really sad. People are rejecting transsexuals everywhere! In recent years we have seen some really interesting developments about these transsexuals, some are good, but mostly bad. New York has finally legalized same sex marriage, although it is not the first city / country to do so. Pakistan is considering  to legalize the third sex. […]

I support Ong Tee Keat!

Posted: 19th November 2009 by Jacky Yong in Current Affairs
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I am so happy when I saw the news today. Chew Mei Fen got the boot from the MCA council! PADAN DIA PUNYA MUKA!! I fully support this move. Her recent spat with Ong shows that she is no longer in-sync with the party’s objective. Anyone who is either with Ong, or against Ong. Yeah, […]

How to drive in Malaysia

Posted: 5th October 2009 by Jacky Yong in Computers
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The below is a representation of how one should NOT do in Malaysia, but for reasons quite unknown, has become a standard for everyone to adhere to while driving in Malaysia. Foreigners driving on Malaysian road, you will find this guide very informative! 1.  Turn on those hazard lights in the rain and in the […]

Random Ramblings – Highways of Malaysia

Posted: 18th September 2009 by Jacky Yong in Cars, Current Affairs, Silly me
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1. Automatic car are useful in city drivings because of the stop-and-go situations involved. But they are getting more and more useful in highways. 😉 2. Why do we use the highways? What is the basic thing that you expect in return of paying a hefty sum at the bloodsucking toll booths? The convenience, the […]

Malaysia F1 Team? What a joke!

Posted: 16th September 2009 by Jacky Yong in Cars, Current Affairs
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BWUUUAAAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!! I can only afford an uncontrollable insane laugh! Come on Malaysia! Not another one of your tasteless jokes! Can this be one of your publicity stunt again? I mean, seriously, what do you expect to put in your machine? A 1.6 litre turbo CAMPRO engine? Well, here’s news for you! CAMPRO engines are lousy, […]

If this is not Muhibah, then what is?

Posted: 15th September 2009 by Jacky Yong in Computers
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1. I saw this malay kid, wearing a t-shirt with all chinese wordings there. It’s a club or something of a chinese school. How did he get to wear that t-shirt? Could be given by a chinese close friend, or maybe he studies in that school? Who know…. 2. During the ghost month festival, there […]

*Sigh* ….. the worst has happened. Against the will of Tun Dr Mahathir, and legions of parents around Malaysia, the stupid Muyiddin has announced that Science and Math be taught back in Malay. This is a 180 degree turn back towards the prehistoric era. The Malaysian education system is going the way of the dodo. […]

Please don’t forsake English

Posted: 10th June 2009 by Jacky Yong in Current Affairs
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Lots has been said about the language and its uses in Malaysia. The latest development saw our former Prime Minister to urge the government not to forsake the future of our children by denouncing the importance of English. I am totally aghast at the action of some parties who chose to childishly ignore the use […]

They did give me the RM625!

Posted: 1st August 2008 by Jacky Yong in Current Affairs, Silly me
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Previously I had my doubts when I said that the government will honour their pledge of RM625 to peasants like us. Good news is, they do! Got my road tax renewed on 8th July while I was in Singapore last month. But the bad news is, baby milk powder is on the rise. Luckily the […]