Two days ago, I post part one of my 2010 retrospective. Like last year, I decided to split it into two because, er, it’ll be too long a blog post if I did all 12 months in one. Now, let’s get to it, shall we? JULY The picture above was taken after the last session […]
UPDATE: Our boys became ASEAN champions for the first time, losing 1-2 to Indonesia but winning 4-2 on aggregate! Syabas! Dear Harimau Malaya Muda, IT DOESN’T MATTER … that we have people a-hatin’ us. the Indonesian authorities are playing mind games. what last weekend’s score was. there are moron Jedi’s in Malaysia. what people are […]
Earlier this year, I uploaded two (here and here) posts as a retrospective of my 2009. I never told anyone then was that the first half of last year wasn’t the best for me. So at the end of the year, when things started picking up, and all was good in the world again, I […]
Okay, I’m not sure if I’m a little bit ketinggalan zaman but a basic search on Google for Facebook Places in Malaysia didn’t show anything substantial so I’m going to blog about this.
When I was growing up, I used to be a big fan of local football. Having been born in Petaling Jaya, my second sister and I were fierce supporters of Selangor. Never mind that I lived in KL, after all I was also schooling in Selangor. Mostly, it was just nice to have a team […]
First of all, a very Merry Christmas to all of you … or, as my friends in the oh-so-politically correct United States will say, Happy Holidays (although, with it being a Saturday, not much of a holiday here in Malaysia!).
It’s pretty funny that I would make a reference to addiction in my title because my father (hi dad!) has been telling me that for ages and I’ve been ignoring him (denial is the longest river in Egypt right?).
When I was requested to write a post about Kilkenny, I was thrilled. And no, itâ€™s not about having just any excuse to get drunk (me? Never!). Itâ€™s about having the ability to appreciate one of my favourite drinks â€“ and Iâ€™m not just saying it.
Since Christmas is upon us (and while I’m not a Christian, my family has been celebrating Christmas as far back as I remember), I thought I should share this awesome video – a social media version of the Nativity story.
I created this video in response to Facebook messages and tweets I saw online yesterday regarding the death of a young Malaysian. He had some problems with love and decided to jump off a building.