Horrors! They all love this lah!Rais Yatim has admitted that horror movies are a favorite with TV audiences and that RTM has succumbed to the demand and aired 2 of those during the Hari Raya holidays. Of course, the YB with a PhD chose to call the movIes RTM broadcast not horror but mystery-themed. Well done, YB! I always knew you had some noodles between your ears. When I worked for RTM there was a rule, unwritten maybe but a rule nevertheless, that Sex, Violence and Horror were taboo on RTM airwaves. I guess these days, like Rais says, the rule has bent because RTM had to "take into consideration the demand and good response from the audience."
Wah! Can we then have better English newsreaders on RTM2 with better wardrobe? Please?
RapidKL buses rapidly descending into the typical low standards of Malaysian 'maintenance'? Over the past couple of weeks I've noticed that most RapidKL buses are dirty, have badly faded paintwork, peeling advertising panels...and I've seen a number of them broken down by the side of roads and highways and causing massive jams. And today The Star on page N12 headlines "Eye on Klang Valley buses". Seems like they are going to make some attempts to monitor the buses and the system now. It's the typical Malaysian way of doing things. Close the barn doors after the horses have bolted.
So who said you're worth shit?
So are they supreme or are THEY supreme? In The Star's continuing report today, on the interpretation of Ketuanan Melayu or Malay Supremacy by Nazri Aziz, the Minister in the Prime Minister's Department, he said it is about the status of Malay Rulers and not about racial supermacy. Okay. Then he also said,"At the end of the day, the rakyat is not in complete control of the country......."
Huh? We are not ah?
Okay I shall leave you all to go figure that one out. I am going to get a stiff drink even though it is not officially Happy Hour.