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.
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.
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.
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
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.