The Star Online - PKR polls: Saifuddin, Nurul Izzah, Rafizi - the dream team
With Hubby & Wifey going for the party No 1 position, and the Dwarf, Royal MB & Apcet II Destroyer going for No 2 (with Ramachandran as an extra 'prop', wakakaka), and Nurul and Rafizi virtual shoo-ins for the VP positions, ...
.... with Baru Bian as an East Malaysian also a shoo-in for the 3rd VP, which leaves one last VP post, who knows, ...
... probably for Lim Chin Cheh, as a reward(?) for his Kajang sacrifice for Anwar or more likely Tian Chua or Surendran.
But what about Fuziah Salleh who I admire much for her humongous efforts in the anti Lynas campaign.
But doesn't PKR party election make it look more or less like UMNO with supporting cast from its own MCA and MIC? Wakakaka.
Snippet No 2:
KUALA LUMPUR: Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar has advised S. Deepa and her Muslim convert husband Izwan Viran Abdullah to settle their problem privately.
Khalid said the police were not worried about the safety of the six-year-old boy who was taken away from the mother yesterday because he was with the father.
Yesterday, FMT reported that the mother, who won custody of her two children four days ago, wanted the police to arrest her ex-husband for violating a court order by abducting their son.
“There are two court orders – civil and syariah. In this case it is best if the two can settle their problem,” said Khalid.
Great advice and terrific enforcer of the law though he doesn't know 'which law' to enforce, which incidentally makes me now think I too can be an IGP like him.
Malayisakini - Moderate air quality in 16 places as at noon
Hmmm, should we show our 'gratitude' to Indonesia, and will UMNO please show the way since that's one of their favourite word, wakakaka!
Snippet No 4:
TMI - Officials says search area no smaller, denying Australian PM’s statement on MH370
The search area remains the same from earlier this week, say officials coordinating the search forMAS flight MH370. - April 11, 2014.The team coordinating the search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has downplayed comments by Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott earlier today that searchers were confident they knew the position of the black box flight recorders to be within "some kilometres".
A spokeswoman for the Joint Agency Co-ordination Centre (JACC), headed by Air Chief Marshall Angus Houston, said the overall search area remained at 46,713 square kilometres, as the JACC had advised earlier today, reported the Sydney Morning Herald.
"That hasn't changed," the spokeswoman said in response to questions about the veracity of Abbott’s comments.
In a speech in Shanghai, Abbott had said that the search area had been narrowed.
"We are confident that we know the position of the black box flight recorder to within some kilometres," he had said, cautioning, however, that it was not the same as recovering the wreckage.
Najib should be 'grateful' (wakakaka) it's Tony Abbot who f**ked up kau kau, this time in saying something wrong about the search for MH370, or he (Ah Jib Gor, that is, wakakaka) would have been castigated by many Malaysians and/or accused of 'hiding' something by you-know-who, wakakaka.
Snippet No 5:
KUALA LUMPUR, April 11 — A PAS leader has insisted the Islamist party will not back down from pushing for hudud enforcement in Kelantan despite failing to convince its Pakatan Rakyat (PR) allies.
Dr Mohd Zuhdi Marzuki, who is a member of the party’s central working committee, said the party will seek support from wherever it can to realise the implementation of the controversial Islamic penal code — even if it came from political foe, Umno
Yup, that's what I like about PAS' principles, that to do God's work, one can also sleep with the apostate devils, wakakaka.
The 'yin' to the above 'yang-s'
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Darleeeng, you don't need any sugar, you're sweet enough
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with her come-hither-look
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she's just resting so please leave her alone
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