Thursday, 17 July 2008

The Essence Of Time

I go ballistic everytime I hear the government mumble their lame excuses about why they arrested Anwar Ibrahim before the deadline.

I know our education system is severely flawed, but I figured that we were at least taught basic mathematics and how to tell the time.

Either our government comprises of the kids who played truant or they left their brains in San Francisco. (Okay, I know it's supposed to be 'heart' but I think they left that, too).

The truth is, this week I am in such a bad mood with all the roadblocks and dumb government stunts that I truly need a dose of humour to get me through, no matter how lame.

But back to our esteemed government.

On being asked why the police had not waited until 2pm before making the arrest, Deputy Home Minister Wan Farid comes up with, “What's the difference between 20 or 50 minutes?”

Listen up, fool.

When you give a deadline for 2PM, you wait until the time expires before you begin your clown act.

You wait until 13:59:59 before you put on your ski masks and display your wannabe Knight Rider driving skills in an unmarked car with tinted windows.

I know it's tough to get past that numb skull of yours, but read my lips:



Linken Lim said...

May be you have forgotten.

Not very long ago, about twenty years back, clocks in Peninsular Malaysia were advanced one-half hour.

If I am not mistaken, that's during the great Two 'M's.

That's why "Pasukan khas bertopeng polis terpaksa memintas kenderaan DSAI di Bukit Segambut di sini dan menahan Anwar ekoran tindakan Penasihat PKR itu mengubah haluan kenderaannya pada saat-saat tempoh yang diberi kepadanya untuk menyerah diri kepada polis pada pukul 2 petang ini hampir berakhir"

Anyway, Malaysia still Boleh mah!
AAB is still a very impotent,oops, Important person.

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