First thing – If you haven’t chip in to help the victims, you can do a direct ‘you > >>> flood vicitms’ kind of help. Just give a few bucks to Earl-ku and ask him to buy the stuffs and bring it to Johor. The folks there NEED ALL THE HELP THEY CAN GET. Don’t let the print media cover your eyes with wools and make us like fools.
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Now, I just read that the Meteorological Department has issued another warning of impending floods. ‘Third wave‘, they call it. And the Batu Pahat folks are going to be immersed in the water for another two weeks because it takes that long to drain the water out. Can you imagine the sufferings of living in mud, dampness and losing all your basic necessities? So, go on, chip in to help these people.
But what got me pissed is how many politicians have flocked to that forsaken place call what-what Kueh Talam. I mean, yo, dudes, if you can spend the time travelling to that place, you certainly can go to Johor where YOUR HELP IS REALLY NEEDED. Blardy tiu to see that son-in-law squatting there talking to kids when he could well spend his time actually working and helping the kids in Johor.
Then, the other day, I saw the interview on TV where our DeePeeYam said, “No…the flood will not affect the 9th Malaysian Plan for Johor.” And somewhere, I read, “No…the flood will not affect the Visit Malaysia Year 2007.” Come on, get your priority right. It is not like we need more of those tourists who go to hotels to fleece the face towels, table lamps, burn the carpets etc. Get real lah, the kind of tourists that we are boasting of aren’t exactly the most desirable crowds. So, stop boasting how many millions tourists we received. And focus on the real needs, right now, right there in Johor instead of worrying if the tenders are going to be cancelled and hence, the kopi lui that masuk poket are going to be less with the floods.
You said correct or not? That’s why I don’t like to read the papers. It always got me off into a bad mood. Show me a constipated, haemorrhoid baboon red backside also never mind, but never show me the son-in-law’s photo.