Friday, October 24, 2008
Lets see... The Gov claims that the crime rate in Malaysia is decreasing and crime is kept in check. The Gov and the police can be trusted right??? Lets see this link.
I wonder what do they do with their time then ??? I wonder if THIS will provide an answer. Wait a minute, does it mention a 6-year old child?? Hmm... I wonder if the child is a threat with a big big knife and needs to be jailed :|
So this is what PDRM does... Bravo bravo... Run away from those who are your own size and intimidate a child... Malaysia Boleh !!!
Thursday, October 23, 2008
Caution: DO NOT READ IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO READ SOMEONE'S COMPLAINT
Guess it is true when some times people say it's just pointless to tell anyone about the problems that we ourselves are facing. It is not like the world is going to stop spinning just because we are plagued with problems. The sun still rises and the winds still blow.
Usuallly I'd dismiss this all as hogwash and pessimistic view of life but i guess I'm tasting it at the moment. Seems like no point telling people my problems. Try telling it to people and they think i'm being moody. Try telling it to SOME people and it actually agitates them -.-" ! Sigh...
A smile is easier to put on than a frown as it takes 32 muscles to frown while it only takes 16 muscles to smile. Either that or 64, 128 , 256 or 512. Bah! Doesn't matter as my frown seems to be easier to put on. Woots even smiley became a frownie.
What is the point of explaining and trying my best when all i get are just more discouraging remarks? It's not like I ain't trying. :(
Monday, October 13, 2008
1961 - A TV news icon called it quits. Howard K. Smith parted ways with CBS News. He said that “there was a difference in interpretation of network news policy.”
1962 - A young 34-year-old named Edward Albee brought his play, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, to the stage in New York. Four years later, Albee’s play became an Academy Award-winning film (6 Oscars).
1963 - Beatlemania hit the London Palladium. The Beatles made their first appearance on a major TV show -- for the BBC. Thousands of delirious fans jammed the streets outside the theatre to voice their support of the Fab Four. A few months later, Beatlemania would sweep the U.S. as well. Yeah, yeah, yeah!
1971 - ‘Little’ Donny Osmond received a shiny gold record for his rendition of the Steve Lawrence hit, Go Away Little Girl. He went on to garner million-seller success with Hey Girl and Puppy Love too. Donny was quite popular with the bubblegum set, as well he should have been. Donny was only 13 years old.
1973 - The Rolling Stones’ Goat’s Head Soup was number one album in the U.S. With the exception of Angie, the album’s tracks were only semi-memorable: Dancing With Mr. D, 100 Years Ago, Coming Down Again, Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker), Silver Train, Hide Your Love, Winter, Can You Hear the Music, Star Star.
1979 - Speaking of the teenage set, Michael Jackson went to “#1 ... 1 ... 1” for the second time with Don’t Stop ’Til You Get Enough. His first number one (Oct. 14, 1972 - age 14) was a ratty little number about Ben.
1984 - And speaking of Jacksons (we are so clever), Jesse Jackson collected the $5,000 standard scale payment for guest hosts on Saturday Night Live. Jackson also appeared in several skits on the show.
1989 - God answered my prayer and sent an angel down to earth :)
1994 - Netscape Communications Corporation announced that it was offering its new Netscape Navigator free to users via the Internet. The Internet browser, developed by the six-month-old Silicon Valley company led by Silicon Graphics founder Jim Clark and NCSA Mosaic creator Marc Andreessen, was available for free downloading by “individual, academic and research users.”
1995 - Movies opening in U.S. theatres: Copycat, with Sigourney Weaver, Harry Connick Jr., John Rothman and Holly Hunter; and The Scarlet Letter, starring Demi Moore, Gary Oldman, and Robert Duvall.