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This woman was seen standing outside her car, hitting her boyfriend in the groin repeatedly with her shoe, squeezing his balls; and he just took the hits without retaliating nor show any anger.

See! What a man! This is what we call a "Real Man with Balls".

Psychologist research study described such man as big, strong and friendly, and most of all, able to withstand punishments and are very forgiving. He still loves her, after all that.

Studies indicate men can withstand all kind of abuses from women, as long as he stills can ... (I forgot what's it ...)

BTW, that car driven by the lady is a Lexus. Is it okay to be punished by a Lexus girl? Tell me.


You can watch the video here:

Also read Angela K's piece here: Hell Hath No Fury

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Tunku Abdul Rahman’s great granddaughter speaks up...

“Both my parents are Malay. My mum’s heritage includes Chinese, Thai and Arab, while my dad is Minangkabau. Due to my skin colour, I am often mistaken for a chinese.
I’m happy that I don’t have the typical Malay look but I do get annoyed when people call me Ah Moi or ask me straight up “Are you Chinese or Malay”
Like, why does it matter? Before I used to answer “Malay” but now I’m trying to consciously answer Malaysian instead.. There’s this incident from primary school that I remember till today. Someone told me that I will be called last during Judgement Day because I don’t have a Muslim name. (Tunku Abdul Rahman’s great granddaughter Sharyn Lisa Shufiyan, 24 Conservationist) Of course, I was scared then but now that I’m older, I realise that a name is just a name. It doesn’t define you as a good or bad person and there is definitely no such thing as a Muslim name. You can be named Rashid or ALI and still be a Christian. I’ve heard of the 1Malaysia concept, but I think we don’t need to be told to be united. We’ve come such a long way that it should already be embedded in our hearts and minds that we are united. Unfortunately, you can still see racial discrimination and polarisation. There is still this ethno-centric view that the Malays are the dominant group and their rights must be protected, and non Malays are forever the outsiders. For the concept to succeed, I think the government should stop with the race politics. It’s tiring, really. We grew up with application forms asking us to tick our race. We should stop painting a negative image of the other races, stop thinking about ‘us’ and ‘them’ and focus on ‘we’, ‘our’ and ‘Malaysians’. No one should be made uncomfortable in their own home. A dear Chinese friend of mine said to me once, “I don’t feel patriotic because I am not made to feel like Malaysia is my home, and I don’t feel an affinity to China because I have never lived there.. I know some baby Nyonya friends who can trace their lineage back hundreds of years. I’m a fourth generation Malaysian.. If I am Bumiputra, why can’t they be, too? Clearly I have issues with the term. I think the main reason why we still can’t achieve total unity is because of this ‘Malay rights’ concept. I’d rather ‘Malay rights’ be replaced by human rights. So unless we get rid of this Bumiputra status, or reform our views and policies on rights, we will never achieve unity. For my merdeka wish, I’d like for Malaysians to have more voice, to be respected and heard. I wish that the government would uphold the true essence of parliamentary democracy. I wish for the people to no longer fear and discriminate against each other, to see that we are one and the same. I wish that Malaysia would truly live up to the tourism spin of Malaysia truly Asia. Malaysians to lead – whatever their ethnic background. Only ONE NATIONALITY -MALAYSIAN. No Malays, No Chinese, No Indians – ONLY MALAYSIANS. Choose whatever religion one is comfortable with.
Hamilton wins Singapore GP...

SINGAPORE, Sept 27 — Lewis Hamilton stormed to a floodlit victory in the Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday while Jenson Button fought through the field to extend his championship lead to 15 points with three races left. McLaren's world champion drove brilliantly around the 5.067km Marina Bay street circuit to lead from start to finish in the gruelling 61-lap race, finishing 9.6 seconds ahead of Toyota's Timo Glock.

Provisional result of the Singapore
Grand Prix at the Marina Bay Street Circuit on Sunday.

1. Lewis Hamilton (Britain) McLaren-Mercedes 1 hr 56 mins 6.337 secs
2. Timo Glock (Germany) Toyota +9.634 secs
3. Fernando Alonso (Spain) Renault 00:16.624
4. Sebastian Vettel (Germany) RedBull - Renault 00:20.261
5. Jenson Button (Britain) Brawn - Mercedes 00:30.015
6. Rubens Barrichello (Brazil) Brawn - Mercedes 00:31.858
7. Heikki Kovalainen (Finland) McLaren - Mercedes 00:36.157
8. Robert Kubica (Poland) BMW Sauber 00:55.054
9. Kazuki Nakajima (Japan) Williams - Toyota 00:56.054
10. Kimi Raikkonen (Finland) Ferrari 00:58.892
Beyonce is just too sexy for Malaysia..??

That's what Pas Youth thinks. And they have a point about her being sexy. But Malaysia can handle her booty-liciousness. Perhaps Pas Youth, can't. I think Beyonce is hot and sexy. But just because she is, does not mean that we should not let her perform. Pas Youth says it is not against entertainment, but is just objecting to this American superstar's concert here because of her sexy attire and seductive dancing. Its vice chief Ahmad Sabki told the News Straits Times yesterday that Pas Youth is unhappy with the trend of bringing in Western groups to Malaysia. "We know that these groups are not suitable for our Malaysian culture. Their appearance and attire are against our Eastern identity." He said even if Beyonce were to dress in a jubah (Muslim attire), she was still known for her "sexy image". "We are against Western entertainment that promotes hedonism. We do not want our youths to be misled.
"We have in the past objected to Indonesian dangdut artiste Inul Daratista performing in Malaysia as she is also well known for her sexy gyrations." He regretted that the media had portrayed Pas as a conservative party that seeks to ban entertainment.
Beyonce will be performing at the national stadium in Bukit Jalil at 8pm on Sunday (Oct 25). It is part of her "Beyonce I Am ..." world live tour. She was scheduled to perform in Malaysia in 2007 but gave Kuala Lumpur a miss and performed in Jakarta instead.

(source: NST)

Oh dear, oh dear. This happens every time a foreign artiste or group has a scheduled concert in this country. Pas Youth probably feels that it has a responsibility to keep Malaysia safe from undesirable foreign elements. Just fulfilling its role as an Islamic party. But Pas Youth cannot be deciding what kind of entertainment Malaysians should and should not have. Pas Youth has got to stop this. Tak payah-lah nak fikir-fikir pasal ni semua. Malaysians are not unfamiliar with Beyonce, or other foreign artistes -- sexy or otherwise. They are on TV (MTV and channel V), and in other forms of media, including Youtube. So, yes, TV has a profound influence on viewers. And that is why you see our kids all dress up like Beyonce. Sigh. Besides, this is not your average concert. Tickets for the concert are so expensive. The cheapest is RM93 and the priciest RM583. Oh, by the way. Beyonce does not go around topless (as in the photo) -- in case you're wondering. Not on stage, nor off. That's just for a photoshoot.

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Anti-Malaysian feelings in Jakarta running high...

Unfriendly neighbours: A group of Indonesian nationalists blocking a road and stopping vehicles in search of Malaysian nationals in Jakarta yesterday. — AFP

Anti-Malaysian sentiments are running high in Indonesia. News agencies including Bernama and AFP have reported that a group of Indonesian men, armed with sharpened bamboos, has set up a road block to identify Malaysians. Passers-by in Jakarta's Jalan Diponegoro have been asked to show their IDs by these angry Indonesians. The emotions have been fanned by the local Indonesian media which have blamed Malaysia for almost everything. Malaysians have been branded as "thieves" following the use of a Balinese dance in a documentary on Malaysia. Discovery Channel has since made a correction but the Indonesians are still angry. Malaysians have also been branded as arrogant and in one case, a town experiencing traffic jam, a low budget air, presumably Air Asia, has been rapped for bringing in too many tourists. Last night, the Malaysian Students Department sent out SMS alerts to Malaysian students to avoid certain parts of Jakarta for their own safety. The Indonesian press has ran stories claiming Malaysia has stolen its culture such as the Rasa Sayange from Maluku/Ambon and the Sundanese' angklung. They are not buying the argument that Malaysia and Indonesia shares the Malay culture, saying its Indonesian culture.
Know Your Masks, If You Must Mask
As the paranoia spreads with the increasing number of reported deaths worldwide, I couldn’t help noticing the plethora of mask types that are being worn. Is the right mask being worn? More important, are people wearing them for the correct reasons?

First a few facts:

1.The H1N1 virus, like any flu virus, spreads in the air as droplets, mainly through the coughs and sneezes of people who are sick with the virus, but it may also be spread by touching infected objects (including hands) and then touching your nose or mouth.
2.The flu virus is 0.08-0.12 microns in size (micron= one millionth of a metre). Small enough to pass through most masks!

So, using an ordinary facemask, whether single-ply, 2 ply or 3 ply, is really to protect other people from you. Its designed to keep the germs in and should be worn by those having a influenza-like illness(ILI).(fever 37.8°C or greater) and a cough and/or a sore throat).

Otherwise, if you want to keep the germs out & protect yourself from getting the flu, then you need to use the N95 mask (also called respirator). It must be tight-fitting and is rather uncomfortable to wear over long periods as extra effort is sometimes needed to inhale.

Whichever mask you use, you need to practise social distancing (2 metres away), social etiquette (blocking off a sneeze and cough) and frequent handwashing.

Source - Doctor2008's weblog
Great Merdeka Video...

And while the video-sharing vibe is still in the air, check out this utterly elating and inspirational video, done by a Malaysian for Hari Merdeka.
Michael Learns To Rock Concert CANCELLED
SHAH ALAM: Authorities have confirmed today that the Michael Learns To Rock concert originally scheduled for next month has been cancelled due to ongoing protests from PAS Youth leaders.

PAS Youth has insisted that it is disrespectful for the sentimental rock band to hold a concert during the holy month. They were never taken seriously. But due to the events of recent days, it is understood that authorities have decided to play it safe and bow down to the youth group's demand. It is believed that this is to prevent anyone else from chopping off the heads of people named 'Michael' then carrying it around as a form of protest.

"With this decision today, we wish to assure all Michaels in Malaysia that it is finally safe to come out to play." informed Information Minister/Hip Hop Star, Rais Rais Yatim. However, it is understood that those who had already purchased tickets to the concert will not be refunded. Instead, ticketholders will be treated to a similar, but more sensitive local rock band, called PAS Youth Learns To Talk.

According to PAS Youth Learns To Talk lead singer Michael Ahmad, the group will be opening the concert with their hit single, That's Why (We Make) You Go Away, followed by their number one hit in Shah Alam Top 40 Charts last week, Twenty-Five Protests Too Late. When asked if the group is trying to rip off songs from Michael Learns To Rock, guitarist Michael Yusuf clarified, "No lah. All we're trying to do here is make the song more acceptable. Why listen to songs like Take Me To Your Heart lah? So emo! We wanna make our concert more happy! More spiritually positive! That's why we wrote our number one hit song, Take Me To The Ramadhan Buffet."

The press conference ended with a gotong-royong and a live performance of their hit song, Paint My Mosque.
(Just kidding. The concert is not cancelled. And PAS Youth is just a lobby group, not a religion.)

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