Wednesday, June 16, 2010



Who has time to blog?

World Cup la dey....

Actually, I do want to touch on a couple of issues - notably the JPA scholarships and the government's decision to send more post-grads overseas and keep the undergrads at home.

Secondly, I have a really huge bone to pick with the lazy environmentalists and politicians who are opposing the coal fired power plant in Sabah but are proposing a (few) biomass plants. I call them lazy because they obviously did not bother doing more homework and instead reference everything to a couple of academic studies which I am sure they did not even fully understand, given their ridiculous justifications for biomass.

But yah, you wait la. I'll keep it in the pipes and post it when there aren't any silly games to watch.

Oh, and by the way, in my new curiosity of all things North Korean, please check out this lovely website, which includes this lovely gem:

Only few people in the world know that Korea is divided by a big concrete wall in the Parallel 38 that was built by the United States of America when the Korean War finished.This wall is hundreds of times bigger than the one that existed in Germany and is separating the Korean families, brothers, parents... the nation is divided because the U.S.A. is dominating the southern part and keeps an army of more than 40.000 soldiers to avoid the union of the Korean people.


minishorts said...

oi wtf damn potong stim... was waiting for the post on the 'important issues' n then ... mahai u *whack whack*

sabahan said...

please save sabah from coal power plant =(

KJ Wong said...

Woah shit... DPRK website!

At first glance I thought it was a freaking joke! But heck... it's HILARIOUS.

vincent said...

KJ: Did you read the section on reconciliation? It's pretty cool propoganda stuff about the US. Haha! Also, I think, I shall add to my bucket list joining their 'tour group' to visit that country.