Friday, October 17, 2008

Happy Happy

Quite, quite happy today.

Yeay-yeh dapat gaji!!! Yeay-yeh dapat gaji!!!

Alah, baru dapat slip gaji, daa. Gajinya masuk next week!

Tapi okay lah tu... aku tengah semput, siut. To a tee.

Jadi anak paling tua dan at the mo yang kerja paling tetap, dah pasti ada gunapakai lebih sikit masa Raya, kan. Lebih-lebih lagi Abang also anak lelaki paling tua in the family. Begitulah kira-kiranya tanggungjawab anak paling tua.

Mujur kucing-kucing aku tak perlu di "Raya" kan. Kot kalau depa merajuk sebab tak beli loceng baru, syampu baru, bekas makan baru, bekas uk-uk baru dan belanja makanan mahal -- mati akak & abang kau, dek non.

My 3rd matchmake project is looking gooooood. The boy dah visit the family during Raya. Jantanman gila budak tu, kan??? Padahal aku baru kenalkan 2 bulan aje! But most importantly, the family nampaknya macam adore the boy to bits. Okkkkay la tewww.

[By the way, my 1st matchmake -- dah beranak dua. My 2nd matchmake is about to have a baby this March 2009. Agak-agak Allah ada savekan tempat kat syurga tak untuk orang-orang yang menolong "bina masjid" ek...? *grins*]

Does projek 'menemukan semula dua kekasih yang telah putus di tengah jalan atas sebab tertentu tiga tahun dahulu' constitute as matchmaking too???

If it does, then that will be my Matchmaking No.4, uols.

And looks like it's setting on good, too.... Innnnnnnsya-Allaaaaaaaaaaaah.

Aku tengah doa panjang-panjang ni.... 'coz it's a matchmaking project for Celi and First Love dia...

Pagi tadi First Love Celi (FLC) tanya his mummy what would the mummy think if he gets back together with Celi. Mak dia terus sms aku and Umi, kau! Punya la mummy dia suka!

*sigh* Sweet, kan?

I just know they can't forget each other even after all these years. And so Abang & I thought we should just try our luck. Alhamdulillaaaaaaah.

A long-lost friend sms-ed me in the middle of the night last night, just because on his way home he stopped-by the Desert to enjoy the Arabian Fullmoon (or was it "...stopped to stare at the moon of the clear Arabian sky", somewhere along the line. So, he prolly stopped beside a market ka, city garden ka, carpark area ka... rather than by the desert, heh2. Thought that would sound more romantic ke apa, kan), and thought of me the Fullmoon Fanatic (and I'm sure he was thinking of his wife and two kids back in M'sia, too!). Awwww... thanks for the thoughts, mate!!!

Okay Abang nak sampai, tatas!!! Have a great makan-makan Raya weekend uols!!!



nik awin said...

wah dah jd matchmaker nampak..
karier yg bagus tu...
siap bg resume sikit2 tuh..

kalo gitu...since kak lin mcm pro jer pasal hal ni..
bole la sangkut kan sorang mamat utk adik awin yg no 2 tak?

mak dah bising..sakit tinger la dengar..potpetpotpet..
mcm la minah tu ANDALUSIA..walhal baru 27..

pstt...agak2 ader calon in waiting x?


drbubbles said...

Uishh...bahaya ni!I better run away far from this matchmaker.Track record terlalu bagus.muahahahaha!

Roti Kacang Merah said...

eh nak sangkut-sangkutkan orang ni bukan takat sangkut macam sangkut baju aje....kena tengok personality match ke tak!

kalau tak, dah lama kak lin pasangkan aje adik-adik jantans kak lin dengan anak-anak dara kat ofis kak lin, kan? hehehe

alah tell your mom, dont worry lah. orang zaman sekarang ni dah tak heran kalau kawin tua. getting married is NOT the priority anymore.


ala doc, i tak yah matchmake kan you dah... u dah cukup ramai admirer, lahhhh!!! you aje yang tak tau nak pilih mana satu! ;-D

nevertheless... if still nak 'masuk line cari calon', do tell! winks!

elisataufik said...

ha ha... I baru aje nak suggest carikkan someone for docBubs..
but like you said, sebenarnya docBubs to ramai peminat... dia aje tak tahu or buat-buat tak tahu..
mari kita doakan dia!!
(Alin, doa you mustajab, you doa lah lebih2).

drbubbles said...

Hahaha...I dok tergelak besar baca both entries from you and madam Elisa.Bukan peminat yang ramai..Stalker...eee takut!!

Madam Elisa,

I memang blur bab tahu menahu ni....


Thomas Mok said...

wei, i think we hv lots in common ler. i pun pernah gak jadi matchmaker, dua plak tu, dua-dua jadi, hahaha.

tapi, risau gak jadi matchmaker ni - if all is good and well, ok ler, but if something happened, we feel guilty first.

but it is always nice to see orang bahagia, kan, kan?

San said...

The ruling coalition has enjoyed an almost unbroken 50 years of 2/3 majority in parliament. The only time this overwhelming majority was lost was in 1969.

Immediately, the race riots were triggered, parliament was suspended and the National Operations Council (with 100% control) installed. The semblance of democracy was only restored after the major opposition parties were sucked into a new and larger coalition and the 2/3 majority regained.

The ruling coalition operates on the whip principle - component parties and representatives must toe the official line. Under no circumstances is a wakil rakyat allowed to vote according to his conscience or according to the mandate the people he represents gave him.

So what has 50 years of 2/3 majority given us?

* The Malaysia Constitution has been amended some 690 times. The USA has been in existence for more than 200 years and their constitution was only amended 27 times.

* The Malaysia Constitution is amended for matters as trivial as extending the term of office on the Elections Commission officer, simply to avoid facing rejection by the Agung.

* Because of the overwhelming power available to the executive, the judiciary has been emasculated and corrupted, the legislature has been reduced to a rubber stamp, the powers of the Agung have been clipped.

* The legal system is a sad joke, serving only further the desires of the ruling clique.

* The Elections Commission serves only to ensure that the ruling clique is returned to power.

Look at the statistics:

· In the last election (2004), Barisan Nasional received only 63.8% of the popular votes but has 91% of all parliamentary seats. All due to gerrymandering, phantom votes, voter relocation, voter substitution - there are even suspicions of ballot box stuffing.

· Umno received 35.9% of the popular votes, has 50% of the parliamentary seats and holds 71% of the ministerial positions. The other members of the coalition have been reduced to running dogs, wagging their tails and begging for scraps.

· Little Napoleons have been allowed to run rife and the rights of non-malay, non-Muslim communities have been trampled upon.

· The wakil rakyat do nothing even when constitutional amendments threatening these rights are proposed. It is left to the opposition members to highlight these alarming matters and try to prevent total steamrolling.

· Meanwhile, it is not like the rights of all malays are really being addressed. Claims of hardcore poverty among rural malays indicate that wealth distribution is not making real headway.

· Under the umbrella of the NEP, wealthy Umno leaders continue to steal the wealth of the country, feeding pittance to the people. And the malays are being deprived of the ability to compete and gain new skills.

· Under the shield of the NEP, incompetent people (skilled in politicking) are given promotions while capable people are being deprived of the opportunity to lead.

· Major national corporations and companies are blundering from error to error. We have lost our competitive edge in practically every field.

Change may not necessarily be better.

If we want to become better, we must want change.

We hold that power.

ruyom said...

The truth is that Umno has ruled supreme for the last 50 years. It always got its way because the dominant ethnic majority of the country always supported its policies.

The state of the nation is corrupt, racist, discriminatory, abusive, unjust, inefficient and backwards. If Malaysia stinks then it is because Umno stinks.

If the "morals of the country" stinks, then it is because the morals of Umno politicians stinks.

I won't even discuss the morality of explosives and murder of foreign nationals as most people seem to be able to tell the difference between right and wrong in this instance.

Instead, I shall talk about Umno corruption and Umno racism as the former will occasion the disastrous downfall of this nation, and the latter will be the downfall of the Malays.

Umno teaches that it is just to discriminate against all non-malays and non-Muslims - jobs, education, schools, colleges, universities, business opportunities, government contracts, taxes, and even finding a cemetery to bury the dead.

Umno teaches that it is right to discriminate on the basis of a person race, culture, language or religious belief.

In front of non-malays, it speaks of tolerance and unity in diversity, and in front of malays it speaks of race, religious, cultural and language supremacy, and the glorification of power and ethnic subjugation.

Bung Mokhtar leadership role as characterised by a yobbish machismo, obscene gestures, medieval attitudes towards women and minorities, and strutting bigotry within Umno is not only not an accident of chance, but an exemplary example of Umno appeal to the baser instincts and darker fantasies of its ethnic constituency.

To the vernacular schools it gives a pittance for support, and to malay language schools, there is no need to be diplomatic and call them "national language" schools, it gives 100% support.

As for English-medium schools, the type that made Malaysia education the best in South East Asia, and our school leavers the most sought after anywhere in the civilised world, they were made extinct, courtesy of Umno language and cultural supremacist fantasies.

So we are left with unemployable graduates with deplorable job skills and prospects.

Umno policies caused a brain drain to Australia, New Zealand, UK, Canada, and the US.

Umno language supremacist policies caused the extinction of the best high quality education that Malaysia and the malays would ever know.

Umno perversion of the very idea of meritocracy in favour of racist discrimination has ensured the lack of meritocractic competition for all Malaysians.

Sooner or later, the malays will realise that denying meritocracy to non-malays guarantees that there can be no meritocracy for malays even within their own community.

The fact that there is no notable inferiority complex nor entitlement complex or NEP dependence amongst the non-malays is no accident.

If the non-malays were the dominant ethnic majority, and they had an Umno-like racist party to lead them with promises of ethnic supremacy, racial discrimination and ethnic privileges, then I believe they would have lost their self-confidence, self-respect and self-belief too.

Farish Noor once said "Umno ternak melayu untuk disembelih".

I agree, and if the dominant ethnic majority fails to see past Umno seductive promises of ethnic supremacy and false gods of ethnic aggrandisement, then we are all finished.

.::c!kzUrA::. said...

kak lin..arini gaji masuk..weeheee :p

huiii, jd matchmaker yg bjaye nih... p/s: perlukah sy mggunakan khidmat kak lin?keh keh keh.. :D

Roti Kacang Merah said...

nanti i beri "kursus" kay DocBubbs on 'how to react/respond to stalkers you like', hehe

alah FB aje i if nak mintak pandangan on stalkers that you loike, otey ;-) ;-)

ishhhh, awak MUDA lagi. tak perlu matchmaker matchamaker, aihhh! ;-p

Zetty said...

camne nak signup for kak lin nya matchmaking service ni?

Roti Kacang Merah said...

tak yah sign-up...automatic masuk 'mind bank'. kalau ada kak lin terjumpa mana-mana yang seswaiii dengan personality awak yang menarik, pasti kak lin akan approach awak tanpa disuruh-suruh!;-D


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