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Latest from The Economist, which I happen to subscribe. (I feel something, like someone's saying something bad about me.)


Tall buildings, narrow minds
Aug 30th 2007
From The Economist print edition

After 50 years, Malaysia should stop treating a third of its people as not-quite-citizens

THE government of Malaysia has laid on all sorts of grand pageantry this weekend, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Malay peninsula's independence from Britain. There is much to celebrate. Living standards and access to education, health services, sanitation and electricity have soared during those five decades of sovereignty. The country's remarkable modernisation drive was symbolised, nine years ago, by the completion of the Petronas twin towers, in Kuala Lumpur, then the world's tallest buildings.

Yet there will be a hollow ring to the festivities. Malaysia's 50th birthday comes at a time of rising resentment by ethnic Chinese and Indians, together over one-third of the population, at the continuing, systematic discrimination they suffer in favour of the majority bumiputra, or sons of the soil, as Malays and other indigenous groups are called. There are also worries about creeping “Islamisation” among the Malay Muslim majority of what has been a largely secular country, and about the increasingly separate lives that Malay, Chinese and Indian Malaysians are leading. More so than at independence, it is lamented, the different races learn in separate schools, eat separately, work separately and socialise separately. Some are asking: is there really such a thing as a Malaysian?

The pro-bumiputra discrimination was laid down in the country's first constitution, in 1957, to ease Malays' fears of being marginalised by the Chinese and Indian migrants. These had come, supposedly temporarily, to work in the tin mines and plantations but were settling permanently and increasingly dominating business and the professions. The perks were extended greatly after race riots in 1969. Malays get privileged access to public-sector jobs, university places, stockmarket flotations and, above all, government contracts. The most notable result, as with South Africa's similar policy of “black economic empowerment”, has been “encronyment”—the enrichment of those well connected to the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO), the party that has led all governments since independence. Malays as a whole, like other races, have got richer but the gap between the Malay haves and have-nots has widened. The corruption and waste these policies engender seem to have got worse in recent years.


Why is this SO TRUE? Of course, who reads The Economist. Western media lah,
orang putih mengarut lah, The Economist boring lah, typical reasons.

However, one should not confuse me with being racist. Why? Because I merely highlight the issues, and the prime target of my criticism is Coalition-Government, particularly people closely associated with UMNO.

Then again, I was out driving in KL with my family yesterday, and apparently Merdeka's Eve should be a time when everyone stays at home and do not go out on the roads. Why? Jams everywhere. It's as if the entire KL's emptied their houses and gone out on the streets in their cars. Plus, halfway through yesterday while on the way back from Puchong, there was this 25-minute crawl on the highway. Wtf? Guess what's the cause of it. Police roadblocks. At 11.20pm?! Tell me, which sane-minded officer would conduct roadblocks at a secluded highway, (for heaven's sake it's not the Federal Highway, it's the KL-Puchong Highway) wayyy at night, on merdeka's eve, when everyone's either rushing for the countdown or rushing to get back home?

And, I wasn't too happy watching the Merdeka's celebrations on national television as well (Hey at least I watched it). What's with all the politicking on the podium? And when our PM shouted seven times Merdeka as Tunku did 50 years ago, I didn't quite hear roars from the TV. Merdeka might be overused as well, 'cos it didn't sound as sincere as it might have been when it was shouted out. I just felt, wuarrghh, this doesn't feel like Malaysia's 50th Birthday.

Anyway, in the meantime, back to Facebook, I got lots of pirates to bomb.

As We Approach 50 Years..

It's 2 days, till our nation celebrates it's 50th Anniversary of Independence. I for one, have mixed emotions about it. I feel jubilated, that we are free and independent, culture-rich, and free from any geographical harm. Never do we have to fear earthquakes like Japan, forest fires like Australia(except for the persistent haze), volcanic eruptions like Indonesia, typhoons like Taiwan, and bla-bla others.

Now, one thing that I am proud and happy to be Malaysian, is that when I'm abroad, I can communicate without letting the foreigner know what I'm saying. I've used Malay to gossip, backstab and dissuade people in the UK, Singapore, and Australia. Do we even have to fear the language barrier like Westerners do? The average Malaysian, already knows 2 languages, and depending on your race, might know even more. I've seen many Indians speaking Cantonese, and Malays speaking Chinese, and I gotta tell you I'm impressed by their fluency. So, I'm proud that we, can communicate in multiple languages, unlike the Brits.

But, after watching countless ads put up in lieu of the Merdeka celebrations -mostly having on central theme on unity, except for one about the teacher teaching a naughty orphan, who suddenly left school and showed up 20 years later or so and becomes a teacher and blablabla, and the Petronas one that's on SieuTheng's blog- I've got a strong hunch that our founding Independence father, Tunku died a unhappy man.

We've got UMNO playing racial cards at every corner, countless close-one-eye MPs everywhere, and part of our police force seems to have ties with the organised crime syndicates.
Heck, there are even idiots who thinks,"Why lah vote opposition, nanti menang how? Tak de duit lah." Right now, there isn't check and balance in the country. Who's watching the hand that feeds? During Tunku's time, the 10th anniversary of independence was honored with stamps issued with the picture of the ruling Agong. Now, all we see is the RM5 gold printed, 5-PM's in a row, stamp. Where's the respect for royalty?

Now on a little digression, I'm been hanging around lately in the socio-political blogosphere and I can probably deduce that bloggers are somewhat portraying a renewed sense of respect for royalty, with shouts of DAULAT TUANKU (translated literally as Long Live The King) probably glued to quite a lot of comments. At this time, and hour, where UMNO is thrashing up the country and draining it of it's oil-money, we have the Prince Regent of Perak, the Sultan of Selangor, and others, each speaking out and upholding the Constitution. Some people might say that it's a close reference to the 80's Constitutional Crisis.

Go grab a copy of the Constitution and soak up everything written in it.

The issue of Wee Meng Chee was cleverly played to politicise a minor issue, and created a big huuhah out of it. Anyone thought of it as a coverup for something similarly important? On that same week where UMNO powerhouses caused an uproar systematically against Wee, an accident happened involving a bus that killed everyone on it. I'm sure you know the details, the driver had multiple unpaid summonses, bla bla bla bla, as well as the company. So, how did the Transport Ministry managed to let the company off the hook? Something smells fishy.

In Bolehland is also where people can get rich overnight, without having to pay any capital upfront. Take the merger (or rather reverse-takeover) of ECM-Libra Avenue. The SIL (Son-In-Law a.k.a Oxbridge idixt) grew metaphorically from rags to riches.

But what pains me the most as a citizen, is watching helplessly, as our coffers get plundered by cronyism and nepotism, as our ruling party employs racial politics, as our younger generation gets increasing segregated, as our mainstream media gets strangled even more, and as more people buy in onto BN's sweet promises, and dxxbass ministers shouting insults, threats, mudslinging, spin-talking, closing-one-eye, sleeping.

On another issue, what on earth does flying the flag have to do with patriotism? Go to Patrick Teoh's blog and check out this post. I once saw a taxi looking like that in Mid Valley and I was going "What a douchebag". Yeah, go hang a flagpole with the Malaysian flag on a lorry looking as if it'll topple over and smash into the car following behind it. Yeah, go hang lots of flags that obscure your vision, yeah, go drive around town, waving the real-size flag and shouting YEAHH.

I might have felt this, that people are feeling that I'm being too serious, too political and stuff. Why I blog, about issues that mainstream media cover up, is because I want to create more political awareness among the increasingly naive younger generations. Many people, I've seen their opinions about the country, all they can end up with is a few flames, rants and yeah, basically just emotional fallacy without factual backing. Like, gaumen sucks lah, opposition stupid lah, Malaysia lousy lah, I want to move elsewhere lah. Unpatriotic bxxtards.

Bottom line, is I love my country, and even if given citizenship elsewhere, I'm refusing it because in the end, this is my home, I was born here. and I'm showing my patriotism, by fighting for my country, doing my part in ridding it of idiots and plunderers, to make it a better place. That's my present for Malaysia on it's 50th Birthday, not waving the flag frantically like a bozo.

Happy Pre-2-Day Birthday Malaysia.

Note: There is a sentiment that socio-political bloggers tend to side with the opposition, however true this is, IMO it's coincidental, socio-political bloggers mainly serve to provide an alternative source of news, period. There's no need for you to accept what they say (including me), deny all you want, after all it's just some other point of view and it's up to you to think and judge for yourself.

Randomly posted.

Check out Kenny Ng's post on drifting here. It's just hilarious.

Oh, and I broke my own miserable record of 9 posts per month, scoring 12 so far this month. Another mini hurrah. Hahahahahaha.

A Little Appreciation

Yop, I'm back from Japan~

~and I've been thinking. It's about time that I should show how grateful I am to my readers, be it loyal or just casual readers. Thank you guys, whoever you are, for putting up with me. Everytime I load my Nuffnang Analytics page, I just can't help but feel touched that someone's reading what I've penned down, and this inspires me to write even more frequently, so as not to disappoint you guys with the same page everytime you load this page. So..I'm getting some Singapore readers, mostly Malaysian readers, and the occasional Aussie (which I think I know who that is). And that brings us to a humble average of 13 unique readers. Hurrah.

So this goes out to you guys. Thanks a lot, really.
HuuhaH I'm feeling exhilarated. What does it translate to? Probably a flood of posts. Probably.

100th Post!

So I've got my results, and I'm going to Edinburgh. For 4 Years. But.. on the bright side, I get a Masters degree instead of a Bachelor. =P

Also, I'm not in town this 17th-25th of August. On holiday lol. See yaa~ and enjoy yourselves.

The Dreaded Results // Ahhh!!

I've been fretting around restlessly this entire week because of one thing. My A-Level Results.

Fxxk!! I'm so fxxking nervous. What if I don't make my offer? I don't care, I just want to make my offer, no friggin triple As or anything.

Let's see what my other Concord friends have to say about this.

And here's the other part, which isn't really much.

This was what I had to say.


P.S: This was all done using simple MS Paint. I know it sucks lah.

Uh-oh Mr PM..

Ex PM Dr Mahathir Mohd today gave his address to a gathering of bloggers, writers, journalists and professionals at the Perdana Leadership Foundation, organised by Majlis Prihatin Malaysia (PRIMA).

HarakahDaily has his full address in BM. My view? Very interesting.

Here's a little peek.

Mahathir gesa orang Melayu tolak kepimpinan Abdullah

Wan Nordin Wan Yaacob
Wed | Aug 15, 07 | 03:34:54 PM

KUALA LUMPUR, 15 Ogos (Hrkh) - Bekas Perdana Menteri, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad menyeru orang Melayu tidak lagi memberi sokongan kepada kepimpinan negara hari ini yang disifatkan telah banyak melakukan kerosakan dan yang membiarkan amalan rasuah berleluasa mutakhir ini.

Beliau berkata demikian dalam syarahannya dalam program anjuran Majlis ImagePrihatin Malaysia (PRIMA) di Yayasan Kepimpinan Perdana, Putrajaya hari ini.

"Orang Melayu dia undi Umno tanpa sebab, kalau letak tongkol kayu pun sebagai calon Umno, mereka akan pangkah dan Umno akan menang. Berbeza dengan orang Cina orang Cina ada perkiraan untuk menyokong mana-mana parti," katanya sinis.

"Orang Cina dia buat penilaian, tak semesti ahli MCA akan undi MCA dan tidak semestinya ahli DAP akan undi DAP, begitu juga Gerakan. Itu sebab kita tengok macam di Pulau Pinang, ada kalanya MCA memang, ada kalanya DAP menang dan ada kalanya Gerakan menang kerana orang Cina akan menilai undi untuk agenda mereka," katanya.

(continued here)

Revisiting Fame

So, we have had Tan Sri Muhammad Muhd Taib indicating a further riot may happen if patience is continually tested, and tensions continue being fueled. So now, UMNO VP Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin is saying this.

'Amend Laws To Enable Action Against Bloggers'
August 13, NSTP

PETALING JAYA: Laws should be amended so that action can be taken against webmasters and bloggers who post lies and other statements which could have serious repercussions.

Umno vice-president Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said the Internet was good in the sense that a person had the freedom to think and decide, but there were those who posted lies and tried to incite feelings of ill will among the different communities in Malaysia.

This, he said, could lead to more serious repercussions.

"Propaganda posted on websites and blogs are widely read and many readers tend to believe the lies," he said after opening the Kelana Jaya Umno divisional meeting yesterday.

Continue reading here.

All I could do after this was shake my head profusely. Is this implicitly saying that since the party (who has reacted most aggressively about this blogger issue) can not control the content on the net, and cannot find bloggers at fault (YES, the net and blogs are under LKY's jurisdiction not anyone elses), that they have to resort to amending laws, revoking citizenships, and indirectly implying that bloggers who
disrespect the country are traitors (and probably might even charge them with treason for all you know)?

Note: Newspapers have been quoting the ministers as UMNO position holders not as ministers of the BN government. Note that carefully. Only some ministries have been quoted namely Information, Internal Security, and Water, Energy and Communications.


Now on to some old news. This was on May 14,2007.
Umno Information chief Tan Sri Muhammad Muhammad Taib said people shouldn't base their beliefs solely on articles written in weblogs or blogs.

He claimed there were some bloggers who wrote with a slant that tended to side with Opposition views.


"The Internet reports are mischievious with the intention to cause panic in Umno and Barisan Nasional, and it can create a negative situation in the country.

"The people should check their facts first and not believe everything they read on the Internet," he told reporters at the Parliament lobby on Monday.

I shall speak on why am I writing criticisms and stirring up debate soon. For now, I'll just let this quote speak on my behalf.

They have become media watchdogs, and an undeniable instrument of social and political pressure. They are that breath of fresh air in a discourse that has long gone stale. They are everyone’s favourite whipping boy, and if the negative publicity is to be believed, then the whole lot of them are nothing more than the merchants of misinformation and the purveyors of doom.

But sweeping generalisations are usually an exercise in ignorance.

The blogosphere is after all, simply the mainstream in microcosm. Much like their accepted brethren, there are those blogs that are reliable sources of information, there are those that aren’t, and there are those that just don’t care to be.

We should by no means hold them to a lower standard, but we shouldn’t have to hold them to a higher one either. We should consider any and all information in the same way, regardless of its source, with pause and contemplation.

We then embrace the credible and reject the incredible. We accept all that is accurate and evidenced, adding it to that which we consider knowledge, and we regard the far-fetched the same way we would an epidemic of aliens fathering babies in the American southwest.

But why are an increasing number of Malaysians turning their backs on the mainstream press and looking to blogs as a source of news and information? Sure they appeal to our darker desires, our voyeuristic nature, and our love of gossip and conspiracy theories, but all of those reasons display an overwhelming superficiality.

I’d like to believe that to seek out an alternative view is for its own sake; that more information allows us to make even better, and more informed decisions.


With international media claiming that it's UMNO vs The Bloggers, shouldn't it be high time you know who's who and what's
really going on? I ain't saying that any one party is right, but as long as you understand what I'm trying to get to you, then that's fine (psst.. clamping down on alternative sources of news?).

Diabolical Abuse of Power

Screw Photobucket for constantly timing out my connection. I've been spending the last 30minutes or so pressing F5.

Today's The Sun printed an article with the ex-MB of Selangor Tan Sri Mohammad Muhb Taib as UMNO Kelana Jaya branch division chief clearly exercising his recent rise to infamy fame by making another press statement.

Below is the excerpt from The Sun which I obtained. The web edition of the paper can be obtained here.

Strip Those Who Betray Country Of Citizenship
The Sun, Monday August 13th 2007

The government should strip the citizenship of Malaysians who betray the country by making comments that humiliate Islam or raise racial tension, Kelana Jaya Umno division said.

An emergency motion to discuss this was passed at its meeting yesterday. “If the offence is committed by foreigners outside the country, they should be barred from entering the country,” said the motion, tabled by Kelana Jaya Youth chief Abdul Halim Samad.“If (it is made) by foreigners in Malaysia, then legal action should be taken and those responsible should be deported and blacklisted.”

At a press conference later, Umno information chief Tan Sri Muhammad Muhd Taib, who also heads the Kelana Jaya division,
warned that a riot could erupt if no action is taken against those humiliating religion or other races, and if they are allowed to continue doing it.“Do we want the situation to come to the level that it is more explosive than May 13?” he asked.

The motion came in the wake of heated debate about postings on the Internet. Last month, the police held Parti Keadilan Rakyat’s webmaster and blogger Nathaniel Tan for four days under the Official Secrets Act, for publishing comments on his blog that might have contravened the act.

On July 23, Muhammad lodged a police report against Raja Petra Kamarudin for posting articles allegedly insulted the King and Islam on his website, Malaysia-Today. Recently,a Malaysian student in Taiwan, Wee Meng Chee, came under heavy criticism by some quarters for allegedly mocking the national anthem and making offensive remarks in his rap video circulated YouTube.
As our National Day approaches, we have a convoy of ministers and people-in-power who has increasingly threatened law and action against other people outside their jurisdiction. Clearly, there is something going on?

Shouldn't the ex-MB himself be subjected to police probes just for issuing an underlying warning that riots will happen if this goes on?

The National Anthem Act 1968 punishes those who disrespect the anthem with a fine of RM100 or a maximum prison term of one month. If the basis of the outcry was the disrespect of The national anthem, why have AMNO (hereby referred to as 'AMNO' for convenience) nutheads systematically lined up to invoke the Internal Security Act, Sedition Act, or revoke Meng Chee (the video author)'s Malaysian citizenship?

The increasing message of fear that is being sent nationwide through distrusted local media has focused mostly on socio-political bloggers. It is also widely acknowledged among political analysts that the government has started a campaign against bloggers. In recent limelight since the Jeff Ooi and Rockybru incident was Nathaniel Tan and Raja Petra Kamarudin with the former being detained and the latter having to turn the tables on his interrogators at an interrogation at Dang Wangi recently.

Read here, here and here for more information.

Lastly, a few important quotes from alternative news sources.

Oriental Daily News, a Chinese vernacular daily, best described the mood when it headlined its front page Tan's arrest story as a "white terror" striking down bloggers. The daily asked, "Is the campaign against bloggers started?"

Political analysts see the "anti-blogger" campaign as an attempt to "instill fear" and also curb "unrestrained" attacks on national leaders especially on Badawi ahead of a crucial general election widely expected later this year.

Officials fear that "too many Malaysians" were being taken in by the alternative blogs and websites that offer an explosive mixture of gossip, hard opinions and few facts, capturing the imagination of millions of readers.
IPS News
GMI believes these threats of using the ISA are none other than abuse of powers, as illustrated in the past, against dissidents who have exposed corruption practices within the government. Firstly, shouldn’t the government investigate the alleged corruption of civil servants and politicians involved instead of going after the whistle blowers? Secondly, shouldn’t the government investigate the author of the alleged law breaching postings in the blogs of Nathaniel Tan and Raja Petra instead of harassing the blog owners as in the case of four-day detention of Nathaniel Tan and long hour interrogation as in the case of Raja Petra? Does the government afraid that the author of these postings may well turn out to be coming from the cyber troops of UMNO as alleged by Raja Petra?

Yes, Raja Petra alleges that he knows who the AMNO cybertroopers headed by Aza1ina-lesbian are, and MalaysiaToday also alleges that they are the ones inciting unrest in the site.

A few more postings to come up pretty soon. I've delayed my dinner by 2 hours already, boy I'm hungry.

One Reason Why This Is Unreliable

Info Minister Zam (since information is directly under his jurisdiction) has recently as in last week, created another media blackout when the Conference of Rulers rejected a candidate for the chief judge position in Malaya, which was submitted by the PM. This was reported in Singapore's Straits Times, and picked up by Malaysiakini. The Star only reported the issue last Friday, with the Chief Justice Tun Ahmad Fairuz Sheikh Abdul Halim invoking the Official Secrets Act, and declining to comment that the Conference of Rulers had indeed rejected the PM's nominee who supposedly isn't one of the more senior judges but one of the junior ones.

So, why the media blackout? Why has the Chief Justice invoked the OSA? Shouldn't the nominee of such an important judiciary post be subjected to public scrutiny? Then again, why has the Conference of Rulers fallen out with the PM? Is it necessary for the Chief Justice to hold two posts in the judiciary?

Are We Getting Enough Broadband?

Check this out! Came across this website a few hours ago.

The National Broadband Plan aims for

  1. 25% Household Penetration Rate by 2006
  2. 50% Household Penetration Rate by 2008
  3. 75% Household Penetration Rate by 2010
Now, doesn't the figures make you snicker in disbelieve?
We apparently failed in the 1st category. Yea, no kidding. And let's say optimistically speaking we are at a 5% Penetration rate as of June 2007. This gives us 1½ years to raise broadband subscriptions by 45%, and after that I think objective 3 is a joke. What do they think this is? Some small size company uphauling? We're talking about 27mil Malaysians, and assuming an average Malaysian household has 4 people, that roughs it up to 6mil households. So by 2010, the government is expecting 20mil Malaysians to use broadband. Is that even possible? Well probably if we're the size of China, or India, then yea that's realistic.

So, Redesign Malaysia has come up with a solution of what we all can do.
  1. Give up hope and go back to farming.
  2. Subscribe to more broadband accounts than we need to create an artificial increase. If each person subscribes to 9 additional accounts…
  3. Compulsory broadband subscriptions, with the death penalty applied for those who don’t use broadband.
  4. Design, engineer and implant miniature wi-fi devices into each and every Malaysian’s brain to create a nationwide wireless “neural” network.
That's just a joke. But, seriously, to attain South Korea's broadband penetration rate will already be a major breakthrough in the history of Southeast Asia! What's South Korea good for thus far besides Hyundai, Samsung and all those kahootz? Online games. Everyone knows it's the Korean gamers and game programmers that take up a considerable chunk of their household subscription. So, I propose that in order to at least fulfill 25% of the Broadband Plan's 2nd objective, that the Ministry of Education implements the introduction of gaming lessons and theories in all schools. Probably small kids could be taught to play Maple and older ones might be DotA-ing or WoW-ing, wtf I don't care.

I'm just screwing you around but the news is true. I kid you not.

This is rather old news, but heck.. I thought it'd be interesting to raise it back from the ashes! Hailing as Nuffnang's rival, Advertlets founder Josh Lim has also created this website Redesign Malaysia, a site dedicated entirely to promoting and creating awareness on the state of Malaysian broadband, as well as pushing for improvement. Drop by the website if you're bored!

Pause and Reset

Come this few weeks, I'll be going socio-political temporarily to highlight and pinpoint the critical issues that have befelled this beloved nation, in lieu of the oncoming elections. I'm just playing my part in spreading the word of truth, even though numerous jokers in government have labelled bloggers as monkeys, liars, fat bored housewives, goblok and whatnot. The first post will be due in tonight.

One site I'd really really recommend you to read, is Malaysia Today, as well as the links under Relatively Political Blogs.

I Want!

Nuffnang has recently put up SPCA ads! That's the first time I've seen such a cute ad! Aww, look at that kitten.. Not only that, this month, members get the chance to win a Nintendo-DS! I don't think I might get lucky this time around as well =P. Oh well, how do I put it, I've been with Nuffnang ever since they launched their program, mostly in support of Timothy / Boss Stewie, the co-founder of Nuffnang, whose blog I've been avidly reading ever since the days of LengMou. You could probably say, "Ah bollocks, that's just a reason to cover up your main reason - to make money." To be honest, hahaha, it's also partly because of money. Not big bucks, but probably a couple of ringgit, while I do my blogging.

The thing is, I don't blog because of money, I blog because I want to, because I feel like writing down my thoughts and sharing it with whomever reads this page. So a little extra thing wouldn't hurt right? Somemore, it brightens up my blog, adding a little colour into the plain template. Speaking of template, I need to change templates as well, the current one is so basic. Need a customised one lol.

Anyway, why did I choose Nuffnang? Well, firstly, they serve ads unique to our region. Unlike Google's Adsense, which serves only text ads, and although they say the ads will be somewhat relevant to our blog, it rarely is. Content is mostly US-based, and variety depends on what the writer has to post. Nuffnang meanwhile, has been putting up local content on their ads. As they proudly say, Asia's 1st Blog Advertising Community. Note the word Community, they aren't placing themselves as a company, but as a companion. So, it keeps the relationship between the company and it's breadwinners healthy.

Why am I writing a bulls**t entry on Nuffnang you ask? I don't know either, the cute kittens on the ads stirred me up to write this long pointless post. So, I guess I'll stop here so that your eyes can rest, oh and, I've just noticed this, but when you read these words, are you, at the same time, reading them out in your head? It's probably me, but I think everyone else feels the same way as well. Does it?

Point made, so if you're free now, why not just drop by the Nuffnang Malaysian site at nuffnang.com.my and check it out?

My First Tag

Yeahh, hold up the clappins, I shall make a statement. I dread Tags. Well, not really, but who likes a 100 item tag?

Well here goes~
Note: For those whose English is as bad as mine, fibs are things that aren't true.
2nd Note: Bracketed statements are mine!


from CY

INSTRUCTION :Bold the statements that are true to you.
Italize the statements that you WISH are true.
Leave the fibs alone.
(HK says: In fact I shall make them really small)

Then, stab 5 people to do the same test.

1) I miss somebody right now.
2) I do not watch tv these days. (If you don't include Astro on Demand, and exclude Internet TV, then Yea I don't watch TV.)
3) I wear glasses or contact lenses.
4) I love to play video games.
5) I have tried marijuana.
6) I have been in a threesome.
7) I believe honesty is usually the best policy.
8) I have changed mentally over the last year.

9) I curse. (Damn right I do)
10) I am totally smart.
11) I've broken someone's bones.
12) I am paranoid sometimes.
13) I would get plastic surgery if it were 100% safe, free of cost, and scar-free.
14) I need money right now.
15) I love sushi.
16) I talk really, really fast.
17) I have long hair.
18) I have lost money in Las Vegas.
19) I have at least one sibling. (3 lah.. 3...)
20) I have worn fake hair/fingernails/eyelashes in the past.
21) I couldnt survive without Caller ID.
22) I like the way I look.
23) I am usually pessimistic.
24) I have a lot of mood swings.
25) I have a hidden talent.
26) I am always hyper.
27) I have a lot of friends.
28) I have pecked someone of the same sex.
29) I enjoy talking on the phone.
30) I practically live in sweatpants or PJ pants.
31) I love to shop. (Of late, it is true. I'm turning into a woman, thank god for DC skate shoes.)
32) Enjoy window shopping.
33) I would rather shop than eat.
34) I dont hate anyone. at times, i wish i do.
35) I am a pretty good dancer.
36) I am completely embarrassed to be seen with my mother.
37) I have a cell phone.
38) I believe in God.
39) I am an adrenaline junkie.
40) I watch MTV on a daily basis. (MTV is for noobs)
41) I have passed out drunk in the past 6 months. (Nooo way, tipsy got la)
42) I have rejected someone before.
43) I want to have children in the future.
44) I have changed a diaper before.
45) I have called the cops on a friend before.
46) I am not allergic to anything.
47) I have a lot to learn.
48) I am shy around members with the opposite sexs.
49) I have made a move on a friend, significant other or crush in the past.
50) I have tried alcohol before.
51) I own the South Park movie.
52) I would die for my best friend.
53) I think that Pizza Hut has the best pizza.
54) I have used my sexuality to advance my career.
55) I love Michael Jackson, scandals and all.
56) Halloween is awesome because you get free candy.
57) I watch Spongebob Squarepants and I like it.
58) I am happy at this moment!
59) I Ãm obsessed with girls/guys.
60) I tie my shoelaces differently from anyone I've ever met.
61) I study for tests most of the time.
62) I am comfortable with who I am right now.
63) I have more than just my ears pierced.
64) I walk barefoot wherever I can.
65) I have jumped off a bridge.
66) I love sea turtles.
67) I spend ridiculous money on makeup.
68) Plan on achieving a major goal dream.
69) I am proficient in a musical instrument.
70) I hate office jobs.
71) I love sci-fi movies.
72) I think water rules.
73) I went college out of state.
74) I like sausages.
75) I love kisses. (I wish I did, I probably did.)
76) I fall for the worst people.
77) I adore bright colours.
78) I cant live without black eyeliner.
80) I usually like covers better than originals.
81) I can pick up things with my toes.
82) I can whistle. (I've tried for 6 years! Waaa failure..)
83) I can move my tongue in waves, much like a snakes slither.
84) I have ridden/owned a horse.
85) I still have every journal I've written in.
86) I can stick to a diet. (Ahahaha I don't need one.. probably might need one soon..)
87) I talk in my sleep. (How would I know this if I am asleep?)
88) I try to forget things by drowning them out with loads of distractions.
89) I have jazz in my blood.
90) Climbing trees is a brilliant past-time.
91) I wear a toe ring.
92) I can't stand at LEAST one person that I work with.
93) I am a caffeine junkie.
94) I cosplay or know what cosplaying is.
95) I have been to over 15 conventions.
96) I will collect anything, and the more nonsensical the better.
97) I am an artist.
98) I only clean my room when necessary.
99) I like a person of the same sex.
100) I love being happy.

Now being the gentleman I am (actually got no one to tag), I don't think I'll be tagging anyone. But, if you are a desperate, attention-seeking whore and you want me to tag you, then you can just let me know. And if you're shy as well then e-mail me, or MSN me, or SMS me, or call me, or just take it yourself la, but give me the credits for tagging k?