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Thursday, December 24, 2009

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year


Here's wishing all Malaysians

MERRY CHRISTMAS
&
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

36 comments:

Anonymous said...

MERRY XMAS & HAPPY NEW YEAR TO U TOO ... AND ALL MALAYSIAN

tkpg

reanaclaire said...

Merry Christmas to you, Patrick.. and Have a Blessed New Year...

Greetings from Ipoh..

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New year messages said...

its really very beautiful posting thanks for sharing this with us. i like it very much..

new fart said...

Patrick,
A very merry Xmas and Safe & Happy New Year to you and family.
Steven Pang

Lee said...

Merry Christmas to you Sir...

Anonymous said...

Niamah,

I get really pissed off when at Christmas ........people try to be "modern" and wish me Merry XMas, Merry Clausmas or simply Happy Holidays .....instead of just fucking Merry Christmas like you did and which it should be.

Niamah thiew!

....anyway, Merry Christmas to you too.

sbennit@yahoo.com

monsterball said...

Merry Christmas Pat.
Stay healthy and happy.

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Anonymous said...

HOW to be merry !? duit tak cukup,
others can have billions & billions
even she can easily be given 600k to go shopping in dubai...@#$%^&* !

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year...to you too and all readers.

Bloghead said...

Patrick

Are you involved in MediaCorp's new drama 'The Pupil'?

Anonymous said...

Tun Mahathir got no ball to challenge or sue Barry Wain on the writing in the book that claimed that mahathir has squandered billions of ringgit during his time at PM.

Instead, Tun M as usual tried to deflect the issue by asking Wain to write about Singapore and Pak Lah.

Despite his many years of Melayu Boleh (disguised as Malaysia Boleh), Tun M still cannot get over his 'Malay Dilenma' after many years wastage in NEP that cannot elevate the inferiority of Malays while suppressing the progress of other race, resulting in brain drain.

Tun M's legacy to Pak Lah is ineffiicent civil servant, high corruption, biased juriciary, MACC, EC, PDRM ...

Dilenma Melayu said...

May the Christmas spirit bring good sense to Tun M, away from racist remark and frivolous statement.

Anonymous said...

Allah (Islam & Kristian) tolong selamatkan negara kita!

etthepig said...

Wishing you and all your beloved a Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year.

Anonymous said...

AG Abdul Gani Patail vowing a 'full probe' on the missing engines has about the same level of credibility as Robert Mugabe claiming he has conducted 'free and fair elections' in Zimbabwe.

Santa said...

Ridhuan Tee of Utusan claimed that there were an overwhelming number of non-Muslim places of worship, with their festival celebrations actually drowning Muslims celebrations even though the non-Muslims are the minority races.

The authorities should haul up people who make such unsubstantial and seditious allegations which could incite racial disharmony.

Tee gave as an example the widespread celebration of Christmas, with the shopping malls going all out to promote the festival, although Christians constituted only 9 per cent of the population.

Such an example reflects uninformed and shallow thinking, unbefitting someone who holds a doctorate degree and is a university lecturer.

Anonymous said...

May God bless Malaysia and its citizens !

Uncle Neo said...

Patrick

My sincere wish that Adam get admited to the desired school for primary 1 education.

In 6 years time Adam will try for a good secondary school assuming he gets straight As like most Malaysians. I suggest you start doing some community work for the desired secondary school to stand a better chance. You have the talent, lend your superb voice to the school for recorded messages for the school PA system is a good example.

Polo boy said...

Season 2 First Class on Mediacorp Channel 5 tomorrow Tuesady nite.

Moyang Tee said...

Halelujah & Praise the Lord!

At last we have the antidote to the poison of RidhuanTee virus, thanks to Art Harun:

http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/index.php/opinion/breaking-views/47806-an-open-reply-to-dr-mohd-ridhuan-tee-abdullah-art-harun

TabuanMas said...

My view is you just can't wish Merry Christmas to all Malaysians even we are 1malaysia. Different faith whatttttttttttttt. But you can wish all Malaysians a Happy New Year. Not argeuable whattttttttt.

Felix said...

I am a Christain. Going by TabuanMas message, I should be very offended when someone greeted me 'Selamat Hari Raya' or 'Happy Deepavali'?

This is a problem with certain people in Malaysia, focus on trivial stuff and make a big fuss in the name of religion.

Anonymous said...

TabuanMas, Christmas has not been hijacked by the Christians yet, maybe only by some red-neck Christians from North Carolina. So anyone can celebrate Christmas, one dont necessarily need to believe in a fairy up there.

I suppose many like you are confused with the term 'celebrate". They equate that with professing a particular faith, which is not necessarily right; also they equate that with having a party (i.e food ,drinks, etc).

On a similar note, arnt you already "celebrating" when you visit a friend who is celebrating (with eg a party, food drinks). So when someone wishes you whatever...smile and wish the person back.

[btw...I now some non-hindu Indians (Muslims and Christians....mainly the local educated ones) get quite offended when you wish them happy deepavali.....but I go out of may way to pick them out and wish them.....next time u do that as well....especially on Muslims]




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Firdaus said...

Sad to see people like TabuanMas who got 'irrationally religious'.

Could it be the results of BTN program? Or the influence of Ridhuan Tee's writing in Utusan?

Very sad.

Anonymous said...

The mentality of TabuanMas need to be checked. It is very unhealthy.

If your faith is strong, no need to worry about the surrounding effect.

Anonymous said...

By the way, the new year that we celebrate soon has more Christian roots than Clausmas. Sorry Christmas.

FYI. The calendar that we use was devised in 1582 by a group of astronomers called together by Pope Gregory X11 - thats why its called the Gregorian calendar. Prior to that we had the Julian calendar, another "christian" invention. The Julian calendar had its problems (it was 11 minutes and 14 sec too long resulting an extra day every 128 yrs) thats why it was revised...the Gregorian calendar has its problems too, but not so major... (a day will be gained by the yr 4500, but I think we can live with it).

By the way, Firdaus & Anonomous 5.34pm, are you guys wankers? I am seriously asking because your comments are like drunken bastards. What I am trying to say is that there is no need to shoot TambuMas from the hips. He is simply expressing his thoughts, which is a very familiar line of thinking in Malaysia. All you needed to do to try influencing his thinking was to write rationally on why you think otherwise.


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Anonymous said...

To all those Malaysians who have not registered to be a voter, please do so and ensure that this cheating BN does not win. We need each and every single vote to ensure that these cheaters and plundering thieves of a Govt are voted out. It all begins now...

Make this your 2010 resolution.

Anonymous said...

To all those Malaysians who have not registered to be a voter, please do so and ensure that this cheating BN does not win. We need each and every single vote to ensure that these cheaters and plundering thieves of a Govt are voted out. It all begins now...

Make this your 2010 resolution.

Servant of Allah said...

Dear God

Thank goodness I can call you Allah now in Malaysia.

Anonymous said...

We worship the same Allah, 'Tuhan Yang Maha Esa', the One and Only God. The Home Ministry should accept this decision and let us - all Muslims and Christians - move on. 'Allahhu Akbar', God is Great.

Anonymous said...

Use 'Salam 1Malaysia' when you see BN supporter, Use 'Salam Malayian Malaysia' when you see Pakatan member.

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