Monday, 29 November 2010

Malaysian Bus Drivers....

they know no fear,
they follow no rules,
the drive at break neck speed,
they are the highway terrorists....
(See note)

Just the other day, I saw a few express buses were speeding and zig-zagging on the highway...and few days ago a bus was tailgating was so close til I can see the passengers (one was test-messaging) in the bus!!!!

our transport minister

Note: This actually applies to the car drivers as well...Just accidentally found the image on Google and decided to share it out...

Saturday, 20 November 2010

What's next? Mock prostitutes and drugs?

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Saturday November 20, 2010
Cops have ace up their sleeve


KUALA LUMPUR: There is a mini casino in the Cheras police college but don’t bet on catching policemen gambling for real.

The mock casino is actually a training ground for policemen to wise up to the ways of gamblers and cheats.

“To catch a thief, we need to think like a thief,” said Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Ismail Omar after launching the three new initiative plans at the police training college yesterday.
Learning to gamble: Inspector-General Tan Sri Ismail Omar (front row centre) getting some tips on how to play a card game from Genting Malaysia Bhd executive vice-president of resort operation Kevin Sim Kia Ju (front row right). In an effort to combat illegal gambling activities, the police have set up a mock casino at the police training centre in Cheras. ‘To catch a thief, we need to think like a thief,’ said Ismail.

Since 2000, the force had sent 318 officers for training by experts on gambling.

“By setting up this mini casino, we can train our men here instead,” he said.

In the mock casino, selected policemen are taught the various gambling games available in casinos and other entertainment outlets.

The policemen learn about the simple one-arm bandit right down to how the intricate card games are played.

In fact, there are gambling machines costing RM110,000 at the mock casino, sponsored by Genting Malaysia Bhd.
Full house: Policemen learning the various gambling games at the mini casino in the Cheras police college yesterday.

When asked what kind of “skills” the policemen had acquired, Ismail replied: “That is confidential information. We do not want the enemy to know what we know.”

To another question on whether he was afraid the trained men would abuse what they had learnt, Ismail said he put his faith in his men.

“Insya Allah (God willing), they will know their responsibilities and will not go against their badge,” he said.

At the event, Ismail also launched a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) manual and Criminal Investigation Department (CID) portal.

The SOP manual is meant as a reference for investigating officers, especially when they are investigating serious crimes such as murder, armed robbery, rape and assault.

Some 3,000 copies of the manual were printed and distributed to all CID and investigation officers on Sept 8.

The CID portal, meanwhile, can be used by CID officers to share reports and monitor cases that are under investigation.

“With the system, officers can cross-transfer information, reports and directives easily,” Ismail added.

He said that the portal also allowed for two-way communication between higher ranking officers and their subordinates.

Tuesday, 16 November 2010

Coincidence or....

Here's something interesting I found on the road....(sorry for the image quality)

And the zoomed-in version:

look something like this???

Tuesday, 9 November 2010

We no longer need "Tongkat Ali"....

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Tuesday November 9, 2010

Watching porn can help cure PE condition

WATCHING porn movies can help cure premature ejaculation, experts said.

Sin Chew Daily reported that a man who was diagnosed with prostatitis went to seek treatment at a hospital in Guizhou, China, and was asked to watch porn movies.

He paid S$120 (RM288) for the treatment.

Singapore urologist Dr Lin Fa Cai said the hospital might want the patient to masturbate while watching the movies, in order for him to discharge “unhealthy sperm”.

He said the movies used in such treatments were specially selected.

Dr Yang Zhi Jian from a men’s health clinic in Singapore said watching porn films could help as patients learn skills to improve their sex lives.

He, however, said he had never used the method before.

Another sex expert, Dr Yu Wei Siang, said the method could stimulate the production of male hormones.

Tongkat Ali, as quoted from wikipedia

"most Southeast Asians consume it for the plant's impact on sexual conduct. Already in 2001, Malaysian scientific researchers opened their peer-reviewed, Medline-archived report on Eurycoma longifolia's effect on lab rats with the statement "that Eurycoma longifolia Jack commonly known as Tongkat Ali has gained notoriety as a symbol of man's ego and strength by the Malaysian men because it increases male virility and sexual prowess during sexual activities."[6]"