Disrespect? No la. Where got?
Things are usually not very funny mid-week but today seems to be an exception :-) When I opened my copy of The Sun this morning the first thing that caught my eye was the statement by Tun Zaki Azmi who is the chairman of the Special Commission to Study the Transformation of the Civil Service (did you know that you were paying for something like that? Special commission to study the transformation of the civil service??? What the fuck!!!).
Anyway, back to the funny bit. This Tun fler has proposed that traffic offenders be required to pay their fines on the spot or risk having their vehicles seized, clamped or towed. Okay, la I don't even want to laugh at the the complete farce that would very quickly become. What I found funny was this Tun fler's reason for wanting to do this. He said, "Millions of unpaid summonses are being put aside and this shows disrespect for the law. We have to force traffic offenders to respect the law".
This shows disrespect for the law??? Hiyoh! Mr. tun, I think you should sometimes give your driver the day off and experience Malaysian traffic first-hand la. Malaysians stopped respecting traffic laws and traffic police a long, long time ago. And unless things have changed since the last rempit ran a red light, the last motorist parked along a double yellow line, I think the Malaysian police are quite happy or at least nonchalant about that fact. We can't go into the total silliness of this cockamamie idea of yours here but come on la, tun fler. Don't take us for fools can ah? But thanks for the funny today la.
And by the way, how about showing us, law-abiding motorists some respect by not giving discounts for settling traffic summonses? Can ah?
Meanwhile, we folks in Selangor are still having to put up with the water ding-dong sing-song.
Federal government and MCA says WATER CRISIS!!! No more water for Selangor folks. Unless Langat 2 treatment plant is allowed to be built. Selangor government says NO WATER CRISIS!!! The baargers just want to push through building of Langat 2 plant so they can make some money all round.
So in the middle here, what do we, the consumers and voters do? I don't know about you, but I say fire the asses of those Syabas flers. If you're a private business tasked with providing water for a whole state wouldn't you have planned on capacity management? And seen what was coming much earlier? Instead of ramming stuff down people's throats? Okay la, so the Selangor flers say can and you say cannot. Come out and tell us why la? Okay okay...so the main stream media tell us that you flers are right. But then we all know the MSM baagers all on your side, right? So what is the real story?
Eh? Actually, these two stories not so funny la. Quite too lan stories. Right?