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Are You Smart Enough To Read This Blog?

Alright, I stumbled upon this kickass widget on one of Shadowfox's posts.
So, I get a
blog readability test

Thought I'd might as well try it out on all the sites that are in my list --->
and a couple others.
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Do you see what I see here?

Behind The Backdrop

Today we'll play the guessing game.

I've got my own reasons to believe that Pak Lah, (whom I still have some support for in this time and day), is a weak political pawn that's been put there by his predecessor.

Yes, a pawn.

The months of infighting that we've witnessed so far, have traversed onto a new page which so happens to be the same page back during our first PM Tunku Abdul Rahman's distressing times in the month of May 1969.

This time around, Harun Idris is played by, guess who!!
The Tunku with a shaky seat is played by... again, guess who!!
Tun Abdul Razak, the person who played a role in bringing down Tunku is played by.. come on guys, guess who!!

To be honest, the third guess couldn't be any tougher. We know that the recent tug-of-war between Najib and Anwar in the summer months of May to end July has benefitted only one person. Guess who! During this time, people who called for his resignation seemed to have quietened down, and he laughed his way to the bank, well not to the bank perhaps.

So, the question is now. Where does the deputy-in-waiting stand right now? Who could possibly stand to gain in this wayang, by making Pak Lah step down?

VP Muhyiddin Yassin, which IMO is a pretty clean guy, and whom I used to think was on Anwar's team pra-98, did the unexpected by, firstly, announcing Dr.M's comeback into UMNO, (for the umpteenth time), and later, saying that Pak Lah's transition plan in 2010 was too far away.

One may ask the obvious, Why, is the Tun returning back to the party at this hour? Surely, there could be some reason why. And I hope the Tun lets us know.

Pak Lah, has no means to defend himself at this point. I still maintain my support for him in these times, because there clearly isn't any candidate who's cleaner than him, apart from VP Muhyiddin imo.

The only question here is. Who's pulling the strings? And Who will walk away out of this free-for-all as the victor?

Remember, 912 is like 513, only 4 months after, and 4 days before 916.

Now This Is Funny

Folks, go read this book now. Yes, I mean now. Run off to your nearest bookstore and get a copy now. No, you know what? Fuck it, who's gonna listen to my suggestions of a worthwhile book anyways?

Jon Stewart's America: A Citizen's Guide to Democracy Inaction is the book I'm talking about, and it's entertaining yet factual as hell. It's written to look like a highschool textbook, complete with quizzes, do-its, factsheets, group discussion questions, classroom activity sections, and of course, lots of pictures.

Me putting it as Jon Stewart's book is just an euphemism of The Daily Show's entire team writing the book, you even get Stephen Colbert, Samantha Bees, and Ed Helms. The only person that's missing here is Rob Riggle. Where's Rob Riggle (and John Oliver)!?

You see, Rob Riggle is the man.
Not only is he a Senior Military Affairs Correspondent, he's also a Senior Military Analyst, Asian Coup Correspondent, Senior DNC(Democratic National Convention) Correspondent, Senior War Correspondent, Senior Olympics Correspondent, and a whole lot of other correspondments. Besides, you can't beat military experience, or so John McCain seems to put it. But that's another post for another day.

Anyway, you'll notice just from the picture above, that it says 'With a Foreword by Thomas Jefferson'.

The Thomas Jefferson.

From about 200 years ago.

Doesn't it ring a bell?

The person who wrote the Declaration of Independence.

This guy.

I don't know how he came to be around 200 years later to write a foreword, but yeah, whatever.

The book separates itself into chapters, and heck it's useful. Not only did I learn about America, I learnt about the world.

Hahaha, words cannot describe how entertaining this book is to the average reader. Every section is equally humourous, and equally straight to the point.

Look at this, under Landmark Supreme Court Cases, together with Roe v. Wade (1973) and Brown v. Board of Education (1954)

or this commentary by Stephen Colbert.

Heck, even this explains how Nixon got his nickname.

If there's still not a smile or a grin or any sign of humanity on your smuglooking face, I give up. Go read Dilbert instead.

I loved the section on Congress (Chapter 4), The Future of Democracy (Chapter 8) and The Rest of the World (Chapter 9).

Politics 101? Screw it. Read this book instead.

The last time I checked, this book was worth RM82.90 at Times Pavilion. Hardback, with about 230 pages of kickass information. You can even play boardgames on it.

GET IT NOW!! Because I give it 8.5/10.

oh and get a hardcopy for me too please.

If not, Dick Cheney'll shoot you in the face.
Like what the Texas Monthly says.
Do It Now!!!


I'm currently hooked on this game which Nick introed me to. It's a new online text-based game, something like realthugz. Only this time it's made in Malaysia.

Yeah that's right.

It starts out with a nice intro.

Since the fall of notorious crime families throughout Malaysian cities, there has been a great power vacuum that many up and coming gangsters are trying to fill. Hangmen have recently been given pay raises, and the country is trying to put a stop on all major criminal activities, but there is just so much money to be made... Dealing drugs in Malaysia carries the death penalty, yet can pay very high. Prostitution is easier to get away with, and so is loan sharking or making and peddling fake goods. However you build your empire, be prepared to protect it.

Of course, you start out as a rookie, with RM100, and tempted into this world of infinite money and power. There's lots of things you can do in Kuwakchai.

Like stealing from Petpets'R'Us.

Like biao mei (表妹) trafficking.

But if you are a noob, Pudu Jail will be your next most visited place after the hospital. If I'm in a good mood I might just bust you out of jail lol.

This is how the interface looks like. From here you can see several things that you can already start doing. Merempit, Pergi Skolah, Go to Muar and find your local chicken den or casino, or just find someone to whack. I don't wanna spoil things for you, especially the jahat stuff part where there're lots of surprises waiting for you.

Interested already?

Here's the link.


I'll guide you through the beginning, give you good targets to whack, money and points so you can level up fast. You also get 200 points back when you join under me.

Oh btw, visit here for beginner tips and join Fu Tao Bong, the best gang in Kuwakchai.