Tuesday, October 27, 2009
From my experience in the field of advertising, any ad placement in the print media is handled with utmost care. The cost involved in an error is not the only issue but the advertiser's credibility as well.
Therefore it was with horror that I read the congratulatory ad placed by Air Asia for the installation of the Yang DiPertuan Besar of Negeri Sembilan, Tunku Muhriz
There was a glaring typo on that ad in the Malay Mail, 26/10/2009.
at 1:23 PM
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
What is it with people WITH money? I don't very much care how they amassed their wealth. But to get their hands on an entity (potential gold mine) that was intended for the rakyat so that they alone can afford its facilities, is down right vicious. This is one scenario apart from the obvious financial gains.
Don't expect a heart of gold from theses robbers and thieves. Have these people no heart?
If the information is indeed true, I for one will definitely re-assess my continued endorsement for the BN. I have had enough and will be ashamed if this were to come to pass, being a ardent BN supporter.
at 1:45 PM
Monday, October 19, 2009
Excerpt from Che Det.
"From October 28-29, 2009, a conference on war in its modern version will be held at the Putra World Trade Centre in Kuala Lumpur.
Present at this conference will be people like Hans von Sponeck, Dennis Halliday, Michel Chossudovsky, Cynthia Mckinney, the victims of Guantanamo Bay in Cuba, the people who had been tortured and many others. They will tell of the laws which prohibit torture, the tortures carried out in Guantanamo and Abu Ghraib, the detentions without rial and without laws by the very people who talk about human rights, about the rule of law and a lot more.
There will be an exhibition of the tortures and the sufferings of the victims.
Following the conference, the Commissioners and the Tribunals will sit to listen to the evidence of the brutality perpetrated in the Iraq War. All Malaysians and others are welcome to the conference and to the hearings by the Commission and the Tribunal. We Malaysians have not suffered as the Iraqis, Afghans, Bosnians and Palestinians have suffered from the wars launched against them.
We have not even suffered from the earthquakes, the volcanoes, the floods and the storms. Even when the tsunami hit us in 2004, we suffered less because Aceh took the brunt of it. We have to be grateful that we have been saved from all these horrors.
But we must feel and sympathise with people who have been less fortunate than us. We must therefore try to appreciate the sufferings of others, be sympathetic towards them. That is the least we can do.
So Malaysians, please come to the Conference on War, on Criminalising War, and the upholding of justice. No fees will be charged. Give us your moral support so that we can continue our effort to criminalise war so we may all be able to live in peace and security.** For more information go to; http://www.perdana4peace.org/ http://www.criminalisewar.org//"
at 4:01 PM
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
The price of cigarettes has gone up again. Ever wondered what would happen to the Govt coffers if all of us, smokers that is, cold-turkeyed and quit all at once? From precedence expect another kick in the pocket from the 2010 budget. Don't us smokers have any rights? Hmm, maybe SUHAKAM should look into this matter of life and death, pun intended.
at 5:35 PM