Sunday, April 27, 2008
Tuesday, April 22, 2008
Saturday, April 19, 2008
Sadly the picture they wanted was from the keadilan site. :(
Tuesday, April 15, 2008
"My clients love the fact that I can stimulate their minds AND their bodies"
"I have men who are thrilled about my passion for mathematics. In fact one made me recite equations while he pleasured me, then I gave him oral sex while he chatted about algebra. It drove him wild."
She's not the first Malaysian Nerd Gone Wild...
There's this other chick that's a exotic model/escort in the US who supposedly used to be a nerd too. We're not just losing our brains we're losing our beauties and BOOBS to the west too! -You Go Girlfriends!!!
Thursday, April 10, 2008
Tuesday, April 8, 2008
Although other claimed benefits are yet to be proven.
Garra Fish Spa at Kenko's Pavilion is finally in KL! Ok fine has been for a while. Been dying to try it since they were featured in Ugly Betty. It's supposed to exfoliate and increase circulation plus a bunch good stuff. A steal at RM38 for 30 mins.
It's kinda relaxing after getting use to the initial ticklish sensation. These guys are a vicious hungry bunch of mofos though, they really get into it eating all the dead skin, cuticles, toe jam, and were obsessed with my one scab which they ate and then fought amongst themselves to leech on to the bleeding wound. Blood. Mmmm... -Eeew!!! All said... Felt really smooth after... Bring your own lotion.
* Garra Rufa a similar concept Spa has opened in Bangsar it's nicer and kinda less crowded...
and they have real Gara Fish!!! - According to Gara Rufa's owner Kenko's uses Tilapias!!! -Touche!
Sunday, April 6, 2008
There are 15 countries in this year’s Reporters Without Borders list of “Internet Enemies” - Belarus, Burma, China, Cuba, Egypt, Ethiopia, Iran, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Vietnam and Zimbabwe. There were only 13 in 2007. The two new additions to the traditional censors are both to be found in sub-Saharan Africa: Zimbabwe and Ethiopia.
“This is not at all surprising as these regimes regularly hound the traditional media,” Reporters Without Borders says in the introduction to its report.“Internet penetration is very slight, but nevertheless sufficient to give them a few nightmares. They follow the example of their seniors and draw on the full arsenal of online censorship methods including legislation, monitoring Internet cafés and controlling ISPs.”
There is also a supplementary list of 11 “countries under watch.” They are Bahrain, Eritrea, Gambia, Jordan, Libya, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates and Yemen. Unlike the “enemies,” these countries do not imprison bloggers or censor the Internet massively. But they are sorely tempted and abuses are common. Many of them have laws that they could use to gag the Internet if they wanted. And the judicial or political authorities often use anti-terrorism laws to identify and monitor government opponents and activists expressing themselves online.
“The hunting down of independent thinkers online is all the more effective as several major western companies have colluded with governments in pinpointing ‘trouble-makers’,” the reports says. “US company Yahoo! apologised in 2007 for a ‘misunderstanding’ which ended in journalist Shi Tao being sent to prison for ten years. The company has been responsible for the imprisonment of a total of four Chinese cyber-dissidents. It was apparently willing to ‘obey local laws’ that forced it to identify Internet users deemed to be dangerous.” ~Reporters Without Borders
Saturday, April 5, 2008
PARIT BUNTAR: Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz has denied talk that he is quitting his ministerial post. He dismissed talk that he would resign to take responsibility for hard-hitting remarks he had made in the past that could have cost Umno and the Barisan Nasional support in the recently-concluded general election.
Nazri said the losses suffered had nothing to do with anything he had said.
It had a lot to do with losing my vote! But hey that's just me.
Stressing that his victory in the Padang Rengas parliamentary seat was proof of that, Nazri said: “I won, I didn’t lose. If it had been any statements that I made, I would have lost. Remember, Umno did not lose. Don’t talk as if we lost.”
Yes we wish we could forget but you, your friends & the media keep reminding us!
However, he noted that the Barisan did lose some seats because it had stayed true to its promise on seat allocations among component parties. “For example, we already knew that the Indian community did not support the MIC but still we kept to our promise. Umno did not take back the Malay-majority seats but allowed the MIC to contest although we could have won them.”~star
Translation: UMNO 'gave' MIC those seats, like how UMNO allows all you people to stay here. Now we blame MIC too. It's everyone else's fault.
I also remember he said... some other really annoying stuff.
Actually it's not his fault he's stupid...
By LISA GOHKUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians will get to watch their parliamentarians live and uncensored for 30 minutes everyday on RTM as long as Parliament is in session.
Minister Datuk Ahmad Shabery Cheek said that the Cabinet had approved of the live telecast of the question-and-answer session in the Dewan Rakyat, and it will be aired from 10am to 10.30am from April 30.
He replied with a firm "No" when asked if there would be censorship for the programme.
"There will be no censorship. Those who speak in Parliament are all MPs"
"As for what they want to say, that is beyond our control. But what is important is that the rakyat havechosen their MPs. Surely they would want to know what is going on in Parliament," he told reporters at his office at Angkasapuri Thursday.
"If they speak rudely, or slam tables, it will be beyond our control. But I don't think our MPs are like that or they would not have been elected as parliamentarians."
Ahmad Shabery said the live Q&A programme will start with 30 minutes and the ministry would consider expanding it if there was positive feedback.
"In other countries, there might be a full coverage for their parliament session. Maybe we will reach that level at some point, but right now we are limited because we only have two channels.
"This shows the Government's openness and confidence. There is nothing to hide. Given our increased confidence, the Cabinet has decided to allow this live telecast," he said.
The minister said bloggers who formed the alternative media, would also get "live" airtime on a Government news channel.
Every Sunday night beginning April 20, an interview session, ala BBC's Hardtalk, will be held from 8.40pm to 9pm during RTM 1's Bahasa Malaysia news segment.
"We are open to take into consideration the views of the alternative media and we are willing to listen to all parties," Ahmad Shabery said.
However, he said it was still to early to identify the bloggers who would be invited for the programme, adding that a lot of would depend on the issues, which are raised.
"Let's see how it goes first, you might be surprised to see who we invite.
"It's not about the personality, it's about the issues brought up. It's about news, opinions and the analysis which they bring forward," he said, when queried on whether only pro-Barisan bloggers would be invited, or if the programme would be open to all bloggers.
He also stressed that the choice of interviewees would be decided by RTM and not himself.
Asked if he thought bloggers would respond positively to their invitation, as the previous Information Minister (Datuk Seri Zainuddin Maidin) had clamped down hard on them, he said:
"What is past is past. I think it's best we forget about the past and think about the future. Asked if there would be repercussions for bloggers who touched on sensitive or illegal issues during the programme, he said: "Nobody is immune in this country, except in Parliament. If the bloggers choose to say slanderous things, we have laws in the country.
"It will not be our Ministry who takes action against them but the legal process will take its course. The slandered person can take action against the blogger involved," he said.
However, he said he believed that the majority of bloggers "do not write their blogs to destroy".
"We believe that most of them express themselves for good reasons, and we believe they will be able to show their maturity and used this opportunity to express themselves in a civilised and polite manner," he added. ~Star
Yeah, now they want to be kissing blogger ass. It's too late to apologiiezzze. It's too late.
Poor Nazri can't threaten people for 30 whole minutes!!! Hahaha! (see few posts ago for youtube links)
Way to boost RTM's ratings. Excellent business move. Shoulda hired you instead of that Zam whatshisface guy. But wait! If they're all behaving themselves, who wants to watch???
Friday, April 4, 2008
Khalid: Register jobless in Selangor
SABAK BERNAM: Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim has called for the registration of jobless people aged between 21 and 35.
District officers, penghulu and Village Safety and Development Committee (JKKK) chairmen should handle the registration, the purpose being to identify youths for training so that they could get jobs, he added.
“This is one of the ways so that youths can feel the luxury enjoyed by Selangor which achieved developed state status in 2005. -Says what source? I don't think lor, so since I had no water at home for 3 days recently.(3 days!!!) Sorry can't tell you where I live ... fear for my blogging ass safety. Assuming people read this damn thing.
“If 1.5 million foreign workers can get employment in Selangor, how can locals get left out and fail to secure jobs?” he said at a thanksgiving function here yesterday.Hello??? Reason why foreign workers have jobs is 'cos Malaysians don't want them la...
Khalid urged government employees, penghulu and village heads to serve the people and not to become agents for certain parties. As you are doing?-It's a question...
He also directed the Sabak Bernam District Officer and his staff to think of ways to develop the district, adding that the folk were lagging behind others in terms of household income.
“Think how to develop the district. If you cannot think, I can help you think,” he said. – Bernama
Hey we need sales people at my office!!! Takers???
I admit I copy Marina M's style for this post but it's just so effective!!!