It has been awhile, isn’t it?
I do not normally update these, but being in the aviation industry myself, I just can’t help reading at how misinformed some people can be.
I read about people blaming MAS for taking that route, to cut cost and save time.
I read about people blaming saying that the plane were flying over restricted airspace.
I read about people blaming the pilots for flying over troubled areas.
Today marks the history for Malaysians as results of the Malaysian General Elections are made official.
The first message I got after my 18 hour flight from Malaysia was Barisan National won the General Election by 133 parliamentary seats. It also marks it as the dirtiest election in Malaysia’s electoral history.
It saddens me that we as Malaysians are not fighting for the right cause. We want cheaper cars and cheaper petrol, do you know how much more cars are we going to put on the road if that happens?
Why isn’t Malaysian’s public transportation up to par to our neighboring countries? Could it be because Mahathir was busy channeling funds into his pet projects like Perwaja and Proton?
It was first of April and I could have known better; I got pranked.
Seth handed me the financial report. I almost crapped myself out when I looked at the expenditure and I was 250% over the budget. That said expenditure was allocated as my personal expenses.
Seth does not handle the financial records, but as my personal assistant, he does hand me in the reports from the finance department. Calls to the finance department went unanswered and dad called me on the phone to asked about it. Dad doesn’t usually look at the company finances report, lest that he called all the way from Singapore.
It makes no sense, but I am desperate to connect. Continue Reading →