Who is the bully?

I don’t know about you but I am sick of hav­ing to live with the lies por­trayed by the local main stream media.

I mean, what hap­pened to free media? Why are there so many lies in it?

Were there so lit­tle peo­ple in the Bersih ral­ly? I was there, and with my own eyes, I could not see the end of the road. It is as mas­sive as a rave par­ty in Ams­ter­dam, no it is more mas­sive than a rave par­ty in Ams­ter­dam. That’s how huge it is.

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1Malaysia, 1Propaganda, 1Failure

I have nev­er had to agree on the kind of bull­crap that my fel­low Malaysian friends are hav­ing on a dai­ly basis.

Just yes­ter­day, news of a new tech­nol­o­gy that the Japan­ese would *love* to get their hands on was high­ly pub­li­cized on local and for­eign news wires. To sum up for the day’s news, Malaysian Prime Min­is­ter announced that all Malaysians aged 18 and above would received a com­pli­men­ta­ry 1Malaysia email accounts.

Well, if I get his idea right, I think he is a very smart busi­ness­man. Give the cit­i­zens email accounts, bom­bard the said email accounts with sea­sons greet­ings and pro­mo­tion­al mate­ri­als, thus sav­ing the trou­ble of hir­ing a mar­ket­ing agency and pur­chas­ing email address from com­pa­nies to sell them.

To top it off the busi­ness, one would need to have access to the inter­net to access to their emails. Which means, more busi­ness for TM Malaysia, which is a gov­ern­ment linked com­pa­ny.

Good prof­it mar­gins, if you were to ask me.

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Off to boot camp, sissy boys!

Razali Daud

One got to be vary of this man shown in the pic­ture; He is known with the by-name of Raza­li Daud, cur­rent­ly serv­ing direc­tive duties with the Min­istry of Edu­ca­tion of Kuala Teren­ganu, a state in Malaysia.

At a glance, there is noth­ing wrong with this man. How­ev­er, if you have read the recent news that had made the head­lines, you will read that this man is respon­si­ble of send­ing 66 boys into a reha­bil­i­ta­tion because these 66 boys were ‘infect­ed’ with effem­i­nate ten­den­cies.

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The friend

I remem­ber there was this one time where I have post­ed some­thing about being fake. I don’t under­stand though, just because I pre­fer not to have my pic­tures post­ed online, I am auto­mat­i­cal­ly called a ‘fak­er’. When I do, and when I post­ed an old pic­ture of myself, I am called a ‘fak­er’.

Then, when oth­er peo­ple post celebri­ty pic­tures as their pro­file pic­tures, they are not being fake. Why is that so? I hard­ly could com­pre­hend. I fig­ured, if the said per­son is using a pic­ture that is not his own, but of a celebri­ty, he is spared from the pub­lic per­se­cu­tion, but how­ev­er if the said per­son is using a pic­ture of anoth­er per­son who isn’t quite as famous, is he then a fak­er. Does that make sense? Con­tin­ue read­ing

Alviss Kong suicide note

As many mourn for [Alviss Kong](http://facebook.com/alvissk), I for one would like to express my deep­est and sin­cere to his fam­i­ly and friends.

Whilst I had not known Alviss in per­son, I did noticed him while I was in Kuala Lumpur club scene. Often, he would fash­ion a plas­ter on his face which I thought was weird and then found out it was his fash­ion state­ment from his friends. Yes, I thought that as being sil­ly, but now after look­ing at his pho­tos, I thought he was cute.

Alviss met a girl four months ago, and broke up. He pet down his last note on Face­book (now dis­abled) which I thought was pret­ty ‘dra­mat­ic’.

When The Boy and I broke up, I was dev­as­tat­ed. Fun­ny thing is that, until now I still had not remem­ber when did I met with The Boy, and when did we got sep­a­rat­ed.

I almost choose that same path as Alviss did, I am pret­ty sure many would have recalled that inci­dent.

By the way, if you enter ‘Alviss Kong’ in the search bar in Face­book, you will be direct­ed to Youtube, and etc. Appar­ent­ly, his Face­book is dis­abled. Whether by Face­book or his fam­i­ly mem­bers, no one knows for sure.