Monday, December 22, 2008
On December 15, I drove to Tanjung Aru after having a drink at Damai. At the Tanjung Aru traffic light, I saw a man leaning on one side, at the left side of a car, while waiting for the green light. The car was just beside to the other car in front of me.
There was no one in the car, and it is unusual to stand closely to a car unless something happened. It was 11.35pm and it was quite shadowy, there were a few cars in the other direction waiting for their turn.
I was eager to know what is happening to that man, or the car. I looked around wondering if there was an argument, mishap or something appalling was going on.
A few seconds later, he walked slowly to the drivers seat.
“ooo, kereta dia pulak”
As the light turned green, he and the car in front of me drove away.
I was just about to step on the gas pedal when I realized something absurd.
There was a puddle, right where the man left.
On the road…
At the traffic light…
With all the car passing by…
If by somehow you are reading this, SAA94X9V silver VIVA grey-haired driver -
Next time use a toiletla! If you cannot tahan, do it in a secluded place ba. !@#$%^&
This is an excerpt from AP news
Rais Yatim praised "the shoe-throwing act by that remarkable reporter who gave President Bush his final farewell last week."
"That shoe-throwing episode, in my view, is truly the best weapon of mass destruction to the leader who coined the phrase 'axis of evil' to denote Iran, Iraq and North Korea," he said in a speech late Friday at a dinner to commemorate the 63rd anniversary of the United Nations.
AP - Saturday, December 20, 2008
After leading to an unpopular war with Iraq, US President Bush, in his last day as a premier, finally had ‘taste’ of the weapon he was long referring too.
WEAPON OF NOT-SO-MASS AND DESTRUCTIBLE!
That is something he’ll remember for the rest of his life.
Labels: just my 2 cents
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
So currently I’m thinking a topic for my thesis. With any luck in next few days I can think of something that is related to my work. *sigh*
Labels: life experience
Tuesday, December 2, 2008
If you feel like eating at a new place, try different menu etc, why not visit Asian Cuisine restaurant. It is located at Likas Plaza, opposite to Klinik Sihat, just at the corner.
It serves a variety of dishes, in my opinion, is quite decent.
I enjoyed having my dinner there. The food and drink is good, plus the price is reasonable. It is better than most of other Malay restaurant, which is usually overcharged and most importantly, TIDAK SEDAP.
Taking account of taste, location and service, I’ll rate this one 4 out of 5.
Labels: jalan-jalan cari makan