We have these little wooden steps up our office that's potentialy fatal to all of us who's working there. We have two separate occassions where two different girls fell and hurt themselves. The 'Warning' stickers didn't work. The advises through company e-mails failed to educate and stop peeps like us from running up and down a creaking stairway. I'm afraid someone might really get hurt before we become totally vigilant.
The issue of The Pink Poodle vs the rest of the world crops up again. Instead of adamant of what she has written and claiming responsibility. She curse, swears and vented frustration over two person who tries to enlighten her the error of her ways. When you have endorsements, i.e., companies with REAL people giving you money and products, you can be sure they trust you have a pretty good sense of right and wrong. It's unwritten and not mention in the contract but you should know you are not just representing these companies but also their good name which they have painstakingly build through the years. Should the situation arises, where you are unable to represent these companies, i.e. not honoring the contract, you should humbly back away and stop from further tarnishing your sponsors. I'm sure the gist of the Boycott is that.
Like the stunt she pulled after her 'KL sucks' article, she amended her own blog(hypocrite) after calling someone 'Malay F##ker' and replaced it with 'Unknown Race Corpulator' after two Singaporeans were charged for writting Racist remarks on their blogs. This is the latest screencap of her blog.
This is clearly unbecoming of an Ambassador!
Would you want a person such as XiaXue to represent You?
Complaining to a public company is a consumer's right. To my knowledge, Singapore offers the best services due to the fact Singaporeans are highly aware and are willing to go the 'extra' mile so the next generation of consumers would benefit from their feedbacks. When you are carrying a 'lable', you are susceptible to BOTH praises and complaints. No two ways around it. When a company deems you're 'UNFIT' to represent their company/brand because of your negligence, then you should be thankful they are not taking you to court for tarnishing their image.
Both Peter and Kimmie were like the 'Warning' lables on the stairway. It's meant to stop peeps from hurting themselves, warning them of iminent danger but like the Pink Poodle that she is, she will trip and fall all over herself over and over again before she finaly learns. Let's hope the bruises and bumps will be permanent this time.
Flame on, XiaXue Sympathisers.
Tuesday, October 25, 2005
Sunday, October 23, 2005
Make a short, really short name, case example: 'Stealth'. Buy scripts, really short ones too, 'coz it would be cheap and the actors won't need to remember any. Spend the entire budget on effects and more effects, hey, Lucas did it and gets away with the last 3 what-ever-movies-it-was. visualize the scenes you WANT to have in your movie even if it has nothing to do with the story, for example: The Armageddon walk-with-attitude scene.
Have at least ONE attractive female lead, so all the hot-blooded soldier boys out there would wanne see this epic. Even the dykes too. Have the female do something 'politically-correct' like being a tough macho ACE pilot in the world of men but has a fabulous body! No one can say anything now, eh?
Throwing a piece of ass is a major boost for tickets.
All monitor or screen graphics has too be comprehensible even to the untrained eye, colourful so even a complete nincompoop would understand the usage of Quantum Physics should the need arise. The Bad Guys have to look like your local mamak or VCD seller. The more 'ugly'(normal Asian) they look the better so every American would know who to pounce/ burn their shops on the next 'race-riot'(Christmas, I heard).
Since there's three pilots and the white couples have the hots for each other, the Black Dude shouldn't be left out. He must have an Asian girl because having another white chick is sooo wrong and the whiteys(KKK & American Nazi Party) wouldn't like it. So in comes the Asian Whore/SPG/Yellow Slut. She must be dressed like a Street Hoe while going to a temple so the Gwailors will know that if you wanne 'hit' an Asian girl, go to the nearest temple. Our Gods must be a Whitey or totally devoted to kiss Red-necked inbred Americans.
Have the Black Dude do something 'local' like accompanying the whore back to her pathetic hut in the middle of a Paddy-field. The locals would love this gesture of 'Ass-kissing' and would remian an American-Ally forever!
Allow the whitey couples develop some heat and then add abit of guilt when they realised they should remain ethically professional, whatever it is, the audience would be too dumb to know if we ourselves don't.
Proceed to kill off the Black Dude since his 20 mins is up! Fuck his talent or even if he's a huge star and being undermined in this silly little movie. We're just milking him for m-o-n-e-e
Build some tension, create something awful/disastrous using break-away states from former-Russia. Putin won't sweat it 'coz he's now an American Ally and we can shit on his former countries whenever we like. Look what we did with 'Zoolander'(if anyone remembers, shout it out in the 'Comments' section). Anything that has a 'Tan' or 'Khan' sound at the end of the country's name is good! They must have medieval-looking castles where the Bad Guys will be taking refuge so we can blow it up. Looks good in 3-D, ya know...
... though the Baddies lives on castles, we must humiliate them with 18th century choice of transport, using farm animals! The missile warheads looks cool on a cart, too, plus, those farmers are cheap, more money for the effects, Yee Haw!
Hey, those terrorists are too mean-looking, let the audience know they're imbeciles by firing their AKs into the air! Ratatataatatatatatard! ahhh... felt better already, now the fools won't stand a chance against our modern weaponery.
Let everyone know about US Navy's state-of-the-art refueling technology in mid-air. It has 'Female-voice' authenticating our pilots, hey, price of fuel is getting higher by the day and we can't have anyone coming here at 50,000 feet and get Free Petrol ya know... just make sure the voice is heard even if your pilot is in the 100 mill interceptor with equally expensive all-weather-soundproof glass.
If the Chinese can have acrobatics, we can do it with our planes too. Don't say we haven't keep up with times, this is blatantly copied and styled after THE MATRIX circa 1999.
Look you Russkies and Chinese, our jet-fighters looks darn good. Beat that!
Since North Korea is declared 'Evil' we should have someone of Asian origin that looks as nasty. Get the tea-boy from Chinatown, shave his head shit-ugly and punch his nose IN! All Asians MUST have flat noses! No one except the europeans, aussies and brits should have 'well-defined'(crooked) nose! Find some old WW2 uniform that spelt 'COMMIE' to whoever that wears it and cast em as 'props' for our mighty missile casualties scene.
Have the same 'Evil' dude near the ending taking pot shots at our Heroine while our Hero comes dashing to rescue. Move to kill the 'Evil' dude in the most miserable way possible! Hah! He deserves THAT for scratching our Main Babe.
Explosives at the END of the movie is best describe as, 'ending it with a Bang!' Now that's what the audience are paying for since fireworks are scarce.
Have a memorial at the end, not to remember their dead friend, the Black Dude, but to show how impressive the carrrier group is, we could do a great pan with cameras to show America's might. It should deter Osama from ever running a dinghy with explosives into any US Navy ships again.
End the movie with our main Hero promise to 'ride her pony til it hurts' to our Heroine. And another Global disaster being single-handedly staved by these two Americans! All the collateral damages like an entire village wiped out by nuclear dust after our flight aces blew the castle away with their missiles will be easily forgotten by the audience, hey, they can't even remember it was Tajikstan. The North Koreans will be propagandised as Evil and all Asian-lookalikes are either whores or should be whipped into submission.
Conclusion: Jamie Foxx is being treated like a retard here. He should start choosing his roles or sack his manager. Jessica Biel has the most memorable performance, err.. actually her cute and tight butt did the trick. Believe me, I zoomed in on her butt and it was all GOOD! I don't remember the 'other' actor's name whom is suppose to be the lead. Rob Cohen the director is profoundly stupid or maybe the producers are, whichever comes first.
Hope I made a BIG mockery of this film.
Posted by mob1900 at 10/23/2005 05:26:00 AM
Saturday, October 22, 2005
~The state of deeply-'cunt'fused mind when the victim has no clue of what we're talking about. (usually girls)
Me and the 'gang' went for the much-anticipated OctoberFest on 1-Utama(New wing), or supposed to, til we got a call from Jess who had been informed by James which has been our 'reconnaissance guy' at 1-Utama earlier that all the RM1 beers are gone and they are slaughtering peeps wholesale with RM15 per bottle. We changed course to The Curve which I was again misinformed by my friend it was having the same event there. It was only Marche which is having the so-called fest inside their premises as the posters on the pillars dictated. Huuuuurr... Then I remember ST saying something about the twin-Jap restaurant but alas we're just too friggin lazy to walk over to Ikano so we settle at Lil Penang for din-din. To satisfy everyone's craving for beer, we hit Gusto at D. Perdana. Nice place to chill, open air, affordable food and drinks, plus our favourite hostess, Lyanna is the Manager there. Always cheerful and courteous, and I always wonder how she ever get into that tight pants she... you'll know once you see her. ;)
As usual, once the beer starts hiting the brain, we start cranking up dumb dirty jokes. The blokes were talking about dicks shifting positions which we refer like 'clocks', you know, clock-wise, anti-clockwise, 12 o'clock, etc. Rach was totally clueless, for someone who's been with the guys for so long, she was stumped. Dave was chuckling and asking about for bets if another 'innocent' colleague of ours who has gone to the Loo would replied the actual Time instead of answering his 'True' question(which was his cock positionlar). True enough, when Dave asked our colleague who returned...
"Oui, what does your clock tells you?"
"9 o'clock lorrr..."
We bursted into laughter.
Rach was still clueless til we start looking down our 'barang'. Her expression changed and she laughed.
Sethie goes."Mind-f-u-c-k.... Mind f-u-c-k...." with his two fingers moving to his forehead.
Posted by mob1900 at 10/22/2005 07:27:00 PM
|You are a |
You are best described as a:
"You exhibit a very well-developed sense of Right and Wrong and believe in economic fairness. "
Link: The Politics Test on
Sucks man... always wanted to be an Anarchist or at least Vader...
Posted by mob1900 at 10/22/2005 03:53:00 AM
Thursday, October 20, 2005
Yo, sup God?
Not much is going on. I was waiting for you.
What can I say?
Riddle me this: Is Xia Xue made to be really dumb?
It could be. Ask ELVIS if it is.
You must know something, you're God!
I know very little about it. What kind of it do you like?
... soft, easy-to-grab, slippery and hopefully it's bigger than a dismal 'A' cup.
That sounds very nice.
yeah... now we're talkin'
I've lost the context, . Are we still on something I am God? Why now? Do you think I am talkin too?
You are God and you're gonne make me a Xia Xue tited sandwich, go easy on the Mayo, I'm on a diet.
I will tell my botmaster you said I am God and I am gonne make you a Xia Xue tited sandwich go easy on the Mayo you are on a diet.
Thanks, Dude God!
You are quite welcome! GOD rules. Dude.
Posted by mob1900 at 10/20/2005 08:37:00 PM
Friday, October 14, 2005
Time of the year when KANCIL Awards come rolling our path and as the event organiser, we have to help with the AV show theme for the award ceremony which will be held on the 18th November. Venue should be at KLCC Convention centre. We are the folks who set the event up weeks before the night. The 4As folks had receive all the entries for this year and by the lot of it, it should bigger(judging by the boxes of entries we took down from the Unser(company car). More categories and more winners.
It would be usually two months before the event when we get down to business. We have been doing it for years and it seem like an annual party but still, the work is real. I noticed they started the judging earlier this year instead of getting it nearer to the event to prevent leaks. I guess they're pretty confident they run a tight ship.
Anyway, Jay, head of Edithouse/Motion Graphics will produce the AV show contents this year and sought our help to propose some ideas for Gav, the producer for the overall event aka The Big Kahuna. ME, Sethie, Kenny, Jay and Patrick(the in-house ACD[All-Can-Do] Multimedia guy) for TMMC sat outsite our infamous bench(I wrote a tribute to that ol bench in my Kakilang.net blogs but it was wiped out) and had a brainstorming session before dinner.
We wiped out some nasty ideas for this year's theme with some parameters thrown in, of course,
- Unity. something that would bring us all out together as Malaysians. like football and mamak teh-tarik session. Yasmin Ahmad has been pioneering and using this concept and milked it dry. so much for that idea. we even thought of dressing up the tables for the night with fake plastic hard-boiled eggs and warung-like!
- Wedding turn the whole ballroom into a big wedding dinner! imagine the agency folks coming in and find themselves being greeted by the bride and groom(actors) from four of our main ethnic group, the Malay couple, the Chinese couple, the Indian couple and of course, the Sikh Bangra couple! we have so much ideas for the AV presentation, just like a normal wedding, we'll treat the audience with wedding videos of the Kancil couples and we have a BIG 'Yam Sing!' toast for the Best of the Kancil awards!.
- Anniversary abit like the wedding but more of a celebration of proud parents(both 4As and 6As) of their baby Kancil. think retro. think about your first bicycle lessons with your dad guiding you on your chopper/bmx bike in the parks, your first birthday pics with kids your age, the only thing is, You're a life-sized Kancil Award trophy! We cracked up so much that we almost fell from our seats. Again all of us agreed it should be pitch into the porposal. 'Everyone's Proud of their Kancil' or 'Fruits of our Labour' being used as a main theme for the event.
- Globe-trotting Kancil this year's Kancil Best of the Year winner would be getting a sponsored trip to the Cannes 2006 Advertising Festival. we thought of using the 'Gnome' trick as potrayed in Amelie. Get the fan-pan movie, watch it and you'll know what I meant. the whole ballroom will be prop up to look like you will on a global trip and we're certain there's enough of ideas to get us going. 'Kancil's your ticket to the World'. OMG so SIA...
- The Parliament the last idea was a comedy-parody to reflect our actual Parliament session. hey, since the BN MPs are having so much fun making fools out of everyone, we actually thought it might work. The MC will be the Dewan Speaker, all prim and proper shouting restrain and work up emotional issues and we're counting our audience(agencies) to behave like they do every year, DRUNK and ROWDY by 10pm! lol, Thumping on tables in disgreement are welcome unlike previous years just like when our Parliament in session. it would be glorious and fun if they actually go ahead with this theme. imagine all the tables has the state they(the audience) represent like 'BN: Batang Berjuntai', DAP:Ipoh Barat', etc.
We have fun and plenty of laughs everytime we have session such as these, but one thing we do know they will have none of the 'Parliament' idea and would probably stick to any 'non-aggresive' themes like they do every year. Never mind the brief suggest we should try something 'new' and 'radical'. it never does.
Morale of the day: Turn your tasks at hand which seems boring and uninteresting around. We did. ;P
Posted by mob1900 at 10/14/2005 10:26:00 PM
Thursday, October 13, 2005
I guess this was what 'they' saw. It actually made it into the news, huuurrrr.... No one in their right frame of mind would be caught showing 'locals' doing it. It's bad already we ranked 36th out of 41 countries in frequency of sex(and oh yes, Singapore is ranked below us, so Xia Xue ain't getting any either), who would be surfing in to admire our ways of corpulation?
And for RM10?
C'mon, we would gladly pay more out of curiosity. ;)
Posted by mob1900 at 10/13/2005 01:21:00 AM
Monday, October 10, 2005
Came back to the office on a lazy Sunday, we've had a late-nite session of MP and came to the office to spring up our characters for 'Veteren' mode. The 'mood' princess is around. Didn't even bother to open the main door with the button which is just under her table. She's too busy chatting on the phone. The fan left outsite by the security guard in the morning wasn't even taken into the premise. She doesn't have a clue on what's going around in the office and yet she's around for the last 2 years. A pretty and big-tited baggage or flower pot is all she could mustered. The last time our electric main door short-circuited, I went in to reset the controls. it's pretty simple, just switch off the plug and unhook for 1 minute and you plug it back and switch it on. It's all at the reception counter where she's at. I asked her if she knew what to do, giving her a hint to just watch and learn, but all she said is... she couldn't be bothered. Aaahh... no wonder her salary never increases.
Ok, back to the makan thingy, we blokes are too lazy to travel far for dinners and Dave remember this old place near the 17(Sentosa)'s flats, 6-10 Grill and Nasi Lemak. Our radius of makan-haunt never exceeds 12km wide and I wonder how far girls are willing to push themselves 'just to sample some dish'. What's the point if girls could only order the 'salad' in a meat-joint? Anyway, while we were on the way, we spot a 'new' place before turning left into the flats where 6-10 used to be located. I slam my brakes as the 'new' place spells out '6-10 Grill and Nasi Lemak: Economical Western and Homemade Nasi Lemak'.... Skeeeeettttt!
There it was, like bright sun coming out of the clouds(ala The Simpsons trademark opening), glee... they actually set-up a new place, bigger(more parking space) and more tables. I went up to greet the chef and his father. I was introduced to this joint by my boss, 6 years ago. In the old days, they rented a place in rundown restaurant and operated only from 6-9pm. It's a family-run western grill, the father, a white-curly haired man in his 50s to 60s used to make the best 'colonial' lamb chops I've ever tasted. Colonial to me means very 'well-done', no sauce and all that bull. You could actually suck on the rib bones and it was rather yummy. The smell of the grill lamb will be so thick that the small animals(dogs & cats) will be following you around thinking you've bag something for them! That is 'Colonial-style' lamb chop. The wife/mother will be selling her nasi-lemak at the same place. It's not just any nasi-lemak I tell ya, it's the best homemade nasi-lemak a Chinese can make! Curry chicken, beef-curry, lamb-curry and minched beef rendang! As it is 'homemade', you can expect fresh and crunchy ikan bilis and kacangs that comes with it. Certainly the best combo of western and eastern food in one place. The son who has taken the role of Chef for the last couple of years has certainly matured and he never forget a face. I remember he was a casualty of the 97 crisis and he took up helping 'Master-chef', his father preparing the meats back then, but he has developed his skills and are now operating the entire kitchen grill with his helpers. They started humbly and only those who are 'in-the-know' knew exactly where they are located and savour their meals, economicaly. Now, they have a place to call their own and it's the perfect environment. Still located under a flat but exposure to the main road is at maximum. Corner shoplot with wide 'kakilima' to put so many more tables compare to their previous place. It has literally lit up a sleepy area with its tasty smell of grills and friendly faces.
Dave order the 'Red-wine Grill Lamb Chop Special' at RM18. We were dumb-strucked when it came... 4-5 pieces of HUGE lamb chops(refer to the pics below) splattered on his plate. I have never seen such a scene. Dave gave a squel of delight,
"'Waaahhhh, gam lan thoorrr, geh?"
I watched as he digs in munching like hungry dawg! hahahah
Damn. I should've order THAT.
I ordered the sirloin steak with mushroom sauce. It was nice but it wasn't enough! I kept watching over Dave's platter hoping he would pass me one of the chops.... but knowing he's just as hungry as me, he would probably growl angrily if I go anywhere near the chops!
So I ordered another meal, the Bacon and eggs(refer to pics below). It brings back memories of having bacon strips cooked by mom on Sunday mornings. All of us would be awaken by the aroma and mom knew just how to torture us by making it early in the morning. Everyone will be on the table before mom even finish cooking the bacon and it's 8:30AM on a Sunday! The bacon was fresh at 6-10, even has a 'Supermarket' freshness to it. I'm deeply confused with these smells, really. It's fresh but I only get those whiff when I enter the supermarket's meat/poultry/produce section. Enlighten me if you knew.
We finish it up by washing it down with our big mug of cincaus and star-fruits. Like the tag, it was economical, everyone could afford it. Dave's BIG red-wine special is at RM 18, my sirloin steaks at RM 13 and bacon at RM7-8. The satisfying western grill doesn't reach RM50 and with some change to spare. :)
Posted by mob1900 at 10/10/2005 03:17:00 AM
Saturday, October 08, 2005
Waiting for my jalopy getting some 'spa treatment' while siiting on a stool with a ground-fan blowing into my pants! That is what I call Service!
Love does gives you the crazies.
When Angie( a good friend from KKL.NET) told me about her version of Mr. Right, we discovered we as humans, we normaly relax our rules or principles because we constantly tell ourselves it doesn't matter, as long as you're in love. The heart does preclude everything. It's like the US veto power. Nothing else seems to matter. When your family and friends advised you, it becomes lethal poison to your ears.
"How dare yall 'backstab' my beau?"
"I've 'known him/her for years!"
"Yall are simply unhappy 'coz I'm happy with him/her!"
Funny thing is, no matter how 'right' or 'sure' you are on this 'One', it never does. Only through time will tell by going through it and by facing it head-on. No one forces you to heed your family or friend's advises eventhough there might be the slightest chance they really CARE about you. If they don't have that intention then they're not your family/friends. No one forces you to believe 'rumours' you've been 'poisoned' about your beau. It's simple a matter of you making your own decision. Nothing else matters.
You are willing to bare the results and face it by taking it into your stride. You do know your family and friends will slip you the pillow when you fall. You won't regret the decision you've made even when it's against everything you've ever thought you were.
Prove the world wrong.
P/s: and oh, a little bit more than a month is nothing, try years.
Posted by mob1900 at 10/08/2005 05:38:00 AM
Thursday, October 06, 2005
I've recently indulge myself with Dungeon Siege 2 with a couple of my chums. Being an avid Paladin player through most of the fantasy RPGs I've played, I decided to re-role my character and aptly named her the infamous 'Xia Xue', she's brash, arrogant and could take a helluva beating before going down! Kudos to ST for knocking her off her mythical throne of contemptuos ego trip. Hmm... might be thinking of doing a re-role for a Melee Dual-wield Knight, huuurrrr, that has to wait. Anyway for the party, we already have a high damage-dealing melee Dual-wield in David(aka Sampansaurus). Allrite, enough of crapping on one of the most loved/hated little pink-riding hood. Playing DS2 is one of the contributing factor which I haven't been updating my blog recently besides losing some sleep and exposing me to the realm of panda-eyes.
A heart-felt condolence is send out to one of my 'heng-dai' for the loss of his father recently. Hope he and his family are coping well and takes their time to recover from this ordeal. I understand as I've lost my Mom just a decade ago and memories of her are still fresh in m mind. If it's any comfort, you never really lose a love one, as long as you still have them in your heart and soul. I do realised I sound like some cheesy actor mimicking some Hallmark movie. It's believable as long as you do.
Fairy-tales do keep us going,
it's the RnB song you listen to when you're alone at night,
it's the little moment when you find a breeze in the hot sun,
the time you spot the sunlight gleaming heavenly down while no one's looking
and it's the little smile you received from someone totally unknown to you among the crowd. ;)
Cheer up to all who's facing onslaught of depression and blue funk. Sadness does not last and once it ends, you can look forward for much needed euphoria, well, while it lasts anyway.
Posted by mob1900 at 10/06/2005 04:01:00 AM
Tuesday, October 04, 2005
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Posted by mob1900 at 10/04/2005 05:09:00 PM
Monday, October 03, 2005
We have had a 'hardware failure' recently at Kakilang's service provider/datacenter and most of our past 3 months datas(i.e. our blogs/forums/comments) has been wiped off. I'm replicating some of my existing blogs over to Blogspot for provision.
Times like this remind us not to take things for granted, afterall, KKL is everyone's effort led by F1ex and friends. For that, they had earned our utmost respect and admiration for their devotion. Peeps like us could curse, swear and moan about our momentary loss but what the past months have taught me, is that I could write whenever I want, well, most of the time that is. It's in us. KKL blogs just reveal it to us and provide an outlet for us to manifest that unrestrained excessive.
So what if we have to make some sacrifice?
We make sacrifices all the time. With or without us knowing.
We give up our time for someone we love by spending more time with them.
We give up something we want now for something we want our whole life.
We give up our sense of security & well-being for greater good.
Afterall, if you've been doing it as long as you have, it seems like you've not given up anything at all. It will become normal routine for all of us. Parents, doctors, firemen, porn-actress(???), every R.F.(Regular Folk!) like you and me. That's the beauty of sacrifice.
For one, I'm sure we're not handling it by walking away or denying it ever happened.
Posted by mob1900 at 10/03/2005 07:32:00 PM