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What rivalry between Indonesia and Malaysia?

Okay, so maybe things maybe not be as simplistic as my title suggest. After all, there really is a bunch of people (as loony as they are) threatening to kill any Malaysians they see in Indonesia. Or if the President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has asked Indonesians to don the Batik to “celebrate” it’s victory over […]

Sumatra Earthquake felt in KL

I don’t have many links to share at the moment but you’ve probably heard about the earthquake that just happened just short of an hour ago. A lot of the information is unconfirmed. Different news agencies are quoting different numbers on the Richter scale. But what is definite is that it is more than 7.1 […]

Thoughts and prayers for those in Manila

I have to admit that I didn’t know much about what was happening in Manila. In fact, it was only when I saw Tweets and Facebook updates from a Filipino friend that I kinda got the idea that those in Manila are encountering some devastating weather. I’m not sure which is the latest news but […]

I'm a little bit bored with PAS' entertainment protests

I mean, get a new scriptwriter please. I wasn’t actually going to blog about this because I thought, what the heck man, every time a new artiste is announced, sure got press release. But then I just read this article in The Star titled: Understanding reached on Beyonce’s costume. Truth be told, I want to […]

All for legal public gatherings

I received the SMS News Alert yesterday but was too drugged out to react. This morning, however, was a different story. The headline of The Star which read, PROTEST AVENUE, said it all. The Police Act will be reviewed to allow the public to assemble in specific places without the need for a police permit, […]

No patience for moral guardians

On Sunday, I read several tweets from my boss, talking about how gay people are human beings too, and how “moral guardians” should just keep their opinions to themselves. I agree – I don’t need any advice from moral guardians, thank you very much. I believe it all started with this editorial in the NST […]

The Tun wants your votes on PPSMI

Oh oh, is there another war between former Prime Minister and current Prime Minister brewing? Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad yesterday out up a poll on his blog to gauge public sentiments on the reversing of the PPSMI, which I blogged about a couple of days ago here. I am against the reversal by the way. […]

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