Tuesday, June 27, 2006

"I Have A Job To Do"

So This Is What The Meeting Was About...

So this is what the meeting was about...

Chinese New Year comes early [AM knows that ;)]! Triple Wongs! Wong! Wong! Wong!

The front page...

"Aku ada kerja buat"

Ader kerjo buat? Looks like one of my (incomplete) 'Top 10 To-do List' is kaput liao...

These people are soooooo bloody predictable, aren't they?

Oh, some team also just Scored-More. Cheer up Penang-kia!

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Pak Lah to Dr M: Nothing More Can Be Done!

Pak Lah to Dr M: Nothing More Can Be Done!

All UMNO members and Cabinet ministers back Pak Lah as PM.

and, PM said to Mahathir: "there's nothing more they can do".

Zam said this should not be construed as a rejection of Mahathir. The what is it?

If not rejection, then the only other word is: defiance or recalcitrance.

Tuesday, June 13, 2006

"Support me and I’ll support you"

Wow, New Slogan!

Wow, new slogan!

Support me and I’ll support you


Read more here.

I'm a step closer towards forming a compendium of his (flowery) slogans now!

Elegant silence? Where got? The man knows how to talk what!

Sunday, June 11, 2006

"I'll settle them on Monday" (11 unpaid traffic fines)

PM issued 11 traffic tickets

By Kuala Lumpur

June 11, 2006 02:45pm

Article from: Reuters

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THE long arm of Malaysian law has finally caught up with Malaysia's speeding prime minister – and handed him 11 unpaid traffic fines.

Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, a devout Muslim on a political mission to fight corruption, told local media yesterday he hadn't been aware of his 1000 ringgit ($363) bill for traffic offences until the deputy chief of police told him earlier that day.

"I was informed about it just now...," Abdullah was quoted as telling reporters. "I'll settle all of them on Monday."

The fines were delivered by post and applied to several cars owned by the prime minister, who is usually driven around in official convoys with police escorts.

Five were issued for speeding, four for traffic obstruction and two for parking on the wrong side of the road, the New Straits Times newspaper said.

"I'll settle them on Monday" (11 unpaid traffic fines)

PM issued 11 traffic tickets

By Kuala Lumpur

June 11, 2006 02:45pm

Article from: Reuters

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THE long arm of Malaysian law has finally caught up with Malaysia's speeding prime minister – and handed him 11 unpaid traffic fines.

Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, a devout Muslim on a political mission to fight corruption, told local media yesterday he hadn't been aware of his 1000 ringgit ($363) bill for traffic offences until the deputy chief of police told him earlier that day.

"I was informed about it just now...," Abdullah was quoted as telling reporters. "I'll settle all of them on Monday."

The fines were delivered by post and applied to several cars owned by the prime minister, who is usually driven around in official convoys with police escorts.

Five were issued for speeding, four for traffic obstruction and two for parking on the wrong side of the road, the New Straits Times newspaper said.

Sunday, June 4, 2006

"PM Orders, PM Wants..."

"I Want That One!": Manager vs. Leader

"I want that one!"

Source.

"That one!"

Source.

"And that one!"

One-Man Show...

One-man show.

Semua pun kena 'arah siasat' kah? Susah lah ni macam... (All also have to push? Hard lah like this...)