Saturday, January 24, 2009

Malaysian Roadies

I'm back in Seremban for the Chinese New Year hols until Wednesday. Got some time to refresh myself before going back to becoming a super coach (coaching Takraw, athletics, volleyball and almost every sports that the school have). Oh yeah, I coached the Takraw team and they got second place in the zone level tournament. Irony is that last 2 weeks is the first and last time (so far)I've played that game. lol

Anyway, I'm here to voice out my two cents on the Malaysian Roadies as I've encountered a very disappointing experience last nite as I was driving back from JB to Seremban.

You see, one thing that I've noticed about Malaysian roadies is that they are very impatient and rude. Well, the majority of them. During this festive season, everyone wants to go back to their home town fast so that they could get together with their families and loved ones as soon as possible. The thing is, they are too stupid, selfish, brainless, wasting money used for their education and immature than an 8 year old to think that if they drive dangerously, they risk of not seeing their families and loved ones. They're going on the fast track to see their makers. It's not about getting there fast assholes, it's all about getting there in one piece. I believe they can read as it is Malaysian law that every citizen has the right to education and need to go to the school (at least primary school and that's where they teach you how to read). But somehow they could not read the signs saying what is the speed limit and whether heavy vehicles like trucks, lorries and buses should not overtake where they should not. Is it the fault of our education system or they are just having a piece of shit as their brain. I believe it's the latter.

You see, these people are the ones who are causing the traffic jam. They weave through traffic, they cut queues, they use emergency lanes, no signals when changing lanes and uses high beamed lights when driving at night. If Malaysia allows for firearms to be sold to civilians, I'll take that opportunity to buy some rocket launcher and launch some rockets to them. Just imagine, a 3 hour journey became almost a five hour journey! And it's fucking past midnite where there should be no traffic jams! And I've been cursing these assholes to death about 50% of the journey. There are time and place for you to speed asswipes! And it's not during the festive season where there are lots of mature thinking human being trying to go back to their loved ones' embrace using the road. Well, they say, Malaysians are polite, demure and full of the nice eastern world qualities. I say bullshit. These people are just hypocrites. And yeah, I curse a lot, coz I know these people I cursed at deserves it.

Saturday, January 10, 2009


I'm gonna return the Broadband USB back to the owner soon. So, guess there'll be no random updates from me at least until I got myself my own net connection.

So, do take care and Ja~

p/s: I'm the volleyball coach and need to prepare for the upcoming competition in March.

Thursday, January 8, 2009

Science and P.E.

Just a breather from 8 lessons planning...

Science is hard to plan but easy to teach.
Physical Education is easy to plan but tricky to teach.

Happy Ending

I was listening to Fly fm on my way home from school and the topic of happy ending was brought up. Nadia, the DJ was talking about how some movies ended with happy endings and one of the listeners called and commented on how it would be too good to be true.

As for me, I thought that everyone had had at least one happy ending in their life. Like getting a new bike from your parents as a reward of getting good marks in exam, how you could get married to THE ONE, and how you could settle down in your dream home, in your dream scenery and with the ones you wanted to settle down with.....

However, as a human, we should know that life has more to offer. The happy endings are not actually 'endings' at all. For example, imagine getting the new bike, and after the a week or two, it was stolen by some rascal. Happy ending? Naw! Imagine getting married to THE ONE but ended up having a divorce in about 20 years down the road. Happy? Naw! Need more?

What's going to happen after that? Will it be another happy ending, a cliffhanger or a twist?

Thus, I conclude that an 'ending', whether it's happy or not, will not occur unless you breathe your final breath.


Can't stop thinking of what would Cindarella or Snow White do after the credits. How will their life revolves? Will their prince charming left them? Or will another evil stepmom or witch haunt their lives? Or would they be too busy to think of anything else, occupied by work as queens?

Makes me think of a somewhat old movie called 'The NeverEnding Story'.

Till then,

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Oh life.....

Well, finally I got connection to the net! Thanx to a nice lady who lent me her broadband usb.

Well, its been the fourth day for me in Johor and my third day in school. On my first nite here, I felt like crying, missing all the companies I had back in IPBA... I've used to being alone there but here, in a kinda big house just for myself and the cats, I know that non of my IPBA brothers would be here.... Guess all the good-byes just kicked in.

It took me about 3 hours from Seremban to JB (mind you that I sped at about 120kmph average but occasionally 150kmph). And in JB town, most of the roads have 70kmph limit, so I had to slow down and paid attention to road signs.....

I settled down in a nice apartment with 2 toilets and 3 bedrooms. It's guarded and you need a car sticker to go in. There's nothing here in my house but I guess by March it'll be filled with lots of stuff. Got it for RM600 per month.

Anyway, on the first day in school, I was told to teach year 2 and 3 Science, Physical education and Health education. That means I'm on the noon session and tbh, I was like wtf! No English subject for me! And I'm a TESL/TESOL graduate!!!!!
But heck, as long as I'll be paid.

Been three days now and I'm getting the hang of it and guess what? I love these three subjects! But I secretly wishes that I could teach English. And yeah, am grateful, too, for not teaching the year one. But here comes the climax! I was told today before going back home that somebody with power wants me to go to the morning session and teach English! My heart jumped with excitement and joy!!!! But one of the teacher said to me, please don't go to the morning session as they need a teacher for those three subjects I mentioned above. Okay, I'm in a predicament now. Whether to chose English or to choose being able to wake up late......