Friday, February 27, 2009
Star recently reported a Pfizer study which revealed that Malaysians not so hot in bedroom.
Some exerpts from the study
1. Two out of three Malaysian men and three out of four women are not satisfied with their sex lives
2. Malaysians are ranked sixth among 13 countries but, if it’s any consolation, Singaporeans fared worse. They are in eighth spot.
3. The survey links the level of erection hardness to sexual satisfaction for men
a] Level one is like tofu where the male organ is large but not hard
b] level two is similar to a peeled banana where it’s not hard enough for penetration
c] level three is like an unpeeled banana where it’s hard enough for penetration but not completely
d] and level four is similar to a cucumber where it’s completely hard and fully rigid
40% of Malaysian men reported that they experienced erection below grade four.
Note - Compared to their EHS grade four counterparts, these men have sex less often, are less sexually satisfied, and may suffer from lack of self confidence, or worse, depression.
Come on, isnt this an obvious clear cut case of "kelelakian dicabar"?
Shouldnt this be of greater importance, or greater pride and shame that needs to be protected?
Why go kacau "Singh is Kinng!!!!" just because he called you celaka?
Shouldn't you go after more important things like people mencabar-ing your kelelakian? calling you a tofu, peeled banana and unpeeled banana?
So, anyway, Lulu was wondering-wondering-wondering.
Then she checked Utusan and Berita Harian, and they did not report it.
Probably these goons wouldnt/didnt understand what was written in the Star who had reported it in English.
ANd that's why they ended up kacau-ing "Singh is Kinng!!!"
btw, don't you agree with Lulu that their stupid display of anger definetly is an obvious sign of lack of self confidence?
Thursday, February 26, 2009
BOO to the cilakas!!!!!
DAP chairperson Karpal Singh was today mobbed by a crowd of angry Umno Youth members at the Parliament lobby, wanting him to apologise for his remarks and accusation made against the movement yesterday.
In the incident which happened at about 2.30pm, the angry Umno Youth members stopped Karpal from entering the House.
About 20 to 30 Umno Youth members were involved. They were believed to be from Selangor and Kuala Lumpur.
Karpal then made a telephone call to his party colleague Fong Pu Kuan who was in the House. She then arrived with other DAP MPs to ‘protect' the DAP chairperson from the crowd.
The DAP MPs also complained that the Parliament security personnel had not done anything to protect Karpal until they (the DAP MPs) made some noise.
DAP MP Lim Lip Eng (right) also claimed that he was assaulted by the Umno Youth crowd.
According to the MP, he was hit a number time on the face and his body.
In an immediate reaction, Speaker Pandikar Amin Mulia expressed regret over the incident, which he said was the first time such an act had happened in Parliament.
He said that he would be instructing the Home Ministry to investigate the matter.
"And I will make sure that such an incident doesn't recur," he told reporters.
Scuffle in Parliament
By Adib Zalkipli
KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 26 — A group from Selangor Umno Youth, led by its chief Ungku Mat Salleh, attempted to stop DAP veteran leader Karpal Singh from entering the Parliament building today to demand that he apologise for alleging yesterday that Umno Youth was responsible for sending bullets in the mail to him recently.
Pakatan Rakyat representatives N. Gobalakrishnan and Lim Lip Eng tried to protect Karpal but were roughed up by the Umno members.
Karpal eventually managed to make it into the Dewan Rakyat safely.
Angry crowd mob Karpal
Later in the day - at about 2.30pm - Karpal was surrounded by a group of Umno Youth members while the Bukit Gelugor member of parliament was trying to enter the House.
The angry crowd wanted Karpal to apologise for his caustic remarks against the movement yesterday.
Karpal then made a telephone call to his party colleague Fong Pu Kuan who was in the House. She then arrived with other DAP MPs to ‘save' the DAP chairperson from the crowd.
The DAP MPs also complained that the Parliament security personnel had not done anything to protect Karpal until they (the DAP MPs) made some noise.
DAP MP Lim Lip Eng also claimed that he was assaulted by the Umno Youth crowd.
all that "provoked-provoke" is sheer nonsense.
you know what excuse men give for beating up their wives and children?
they were provoked
low EQ cilakas
Monday, February 23, 2009
Lulu Thinks, After That Piece Of Advice From The PM, The BN "Govt" Must As Well Seek Advice From Dear Thelma
The way Che Det puts it,
tidak ada yang lebih lucu daripada nasihat Perdana Menteri kepada Dato' Dr Zambry Abdul Kadir, Menteri Besar Barisan Nasional supaya beliau membuat laporan polis berkenaan dengan penggantungannya oleh Speaker Dewan Undangan Negeri Perakas
Jika keputusan yang dibuat oleh Speaker boleh dianggap sebagai satu jenayah, apa akan jadi jika Speaker Dewan Rakyat menggantung ahli pembangkang kerana apa-apa sebab? Dan ini kerap berlaku. Apakah ahli pembangkang akan lapor kepada polis? Jika boleh maka bolehlah kita anggap bahawa polis berkuasa keatas Speaker Dewan.Well, stupid advise from a stupid man, to put it bluntly
Zambry must as well write in to Thelma
I hate my life.
Yesterday, I had to plead with people to recognise me as their MB. Can you imagine how embarassing it is.
As it is, I know, my party and I did not become government through the ballot box but thanks to some totally untrustworthy character, a very cooperative State Secretary and a Sultan who felt that we were the best choice, we managed to grab power.
Yes Thelma, I am not proud of what I did.
Everywhere I go, I see scorn in people's eyes.
And yet, my bosses refuse to let me off.
Now, they are making me attend the State Assembly which I have been barred from attending.
Truth is, those jokers know that the Speaker has standi in the judgement he made. As it is, they are sending a delegation to UK to seek advise from a Queen's Counsel. The thing is, everyone is so divided about the Speaker's authority, [don't tell anyone but] the delegation is actually seeking for a Queen's Counsel who would agree with us. They're not in UK to seek advise from a Queen's Counsel. Note the difference.
Thelma, please advise. Should I attend the dewan or not? Sivakumar, has within his jurisdiction, barred me from attending. What if there's no chair for me to sit on? What if I kena halau keluar? Malu-lah...
Thelma, why me? Why couldn't they have chosen Hamida "Indian or the snake" Osman as MB? why did i have to be the most qualified amongst the
I rather stay at home at enjoy my cup of coffee. I miss those days.
btw, Thelma, I am also scared of Hamida, in case in the heat of debates, she beat me pulak.
Thursday, February 19, 2009
to Eli facing the darkest episode in her life, feeling so alone, vulnerable and humiliated,
rest assured that these dark moments, they, too shall pass
to Shivaranjini who misses her papa, Manoharan, so badly that she fell really ill,
rest assured that these days filled with sadness, they too, shall pass
to the people of Perak who may have to contend with a government they did not vote for,
rest assured that the evil days under BN, they too shall pass
to those of you who had paycuts, lost your jobs, or even had to close down the company you built over the years,
rest assured that your hungry years, they too shall pass.
we all will be facing a difficult time ahead, in varying degrees at different times.
but rest assured, they too shall pass.
Saturday, February 14, 2009
See what the not-intelligent-at-all HR Minister, which such pride, says
You know where the increase came from, in spite of a decline in Chinese and Indian application?
You remember the people who were here long, long before Parameswara and co came to Malaysia? ah... think along those lines.
Last week, Lulu was amused to read that Petaling Jaya Selatan (PJS) Umno division members staged a "peaceful demonstration" at the PJS 2 toll plaza at Kampung Medan in Jalan Kelang Lama to protest against toll rates.
Umno fellas carrying banners and cardboard placards with the words ‘’Shutdown the Toll Plaza,’’ ‘’Don’t Want Toll,’’ and ‘’No More Toll” shouting Hapuskan Toll (Get rid of the toll)? This is the sort of thing that people who "dont love the government" do. Not UMNO fellas.
Immediately, their protest prompted a reaction from the Cabinet.
The Cabinet, which will meet on Wednesday for its weekly meeting, is expected to discuss toll rates.[Other protests's prompt reaction are usually delivered by FRU. Kinda unfair, isnt it?]
This was said by Works Minister Datuk Mohd Zin Mohamed when asked if the Government would consider reducing or abolishing tolls which motorists say are burdening them, especially with the economic downturn.
"I will talk about it (toll rates) after the Cabinet meet on Wednesday," he said when asked to comment on calls by certain quarters to abolish the New Pantai Expressway toll.
And you know what?
Toll collection at the Kuala Lumpur-bound toll plaza at PJS2 on the New Pantai Expressway (NPE) has been abolished from midnight last night.Lulu wonders if those UMNO idiots leading the protests already knew that the abolishment was in the works.
The Cabinet decided to do away with the RM1.60 toll last week, said Works Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Zin Mohamed yesterday.
“The decision by the Cabinet was a consequence of the Works Ministry’s memorandum to abolish the toll. Since tomorrow is Valentine’s Day, it is also the Government’s way to show love to the rakyat,” he said during the announcement ceremony of the abolishment.
Lulu finds it a bit hard to believe that within less than a week, a compensation package could be discussed and agreed upon.
and Lulu wonders, how much was the compensation package? What was traded off?
Lulu is really disgusted.
and you know what?
Lulu thinks, if the police were to raid these PJS Umno division fellas office, Lulu would not be surprised if they'd find OSA-classified documents regarding this toll. Lulu wishes someone would.
Friday, February 13, 2009
for starters, Lulu is disgusted with those UMNO opportunists.
Why do you think Khairy is going around leading protests in Ipoh?
Why do you think Khir Toyo is in Penang leading protests outside Karpal Singh's house?
Demi bangsa dan agama?
it's demi kerusi Ketua Pemuda UMNO,
which is crucial to these two soon-to-be has beens. If they lose it, they're gone. g-o-n-e. gone. WHoever wins it would have a lifeline to their political career, and possible a place in the cabinet thanks to the two KT vacancies, one because of death and the other because the Rakyat didnt vote for him.
And knowing the way this glorious country works, Khir Toyo, who was picked up by the cops, was, well, "picked up" UMNO immunity style and not "picked up" my poor MP and ADUN style.
Lulu would love to be proven wrong, until then...
Idiots, all of them.
|Sivanesan Achalingam (OPP - DAP)||6323||Maj: 1454|
|loser made advisor - S. Veerasingam (BN - MIC)||4869|
|loser made advisor - Chang Ko Youn (BN - GERAKAN)||14003|
|Ngeh Koo Ham (OPP - DAP)||15831||Maj: 1828|
and Sharizat at Federal level
|Periasamy Nagaratnam (IND - IND)||489|
|Nurul Izzah Anwar (OPP - PKR)||21728||Maj: 2895|
|loser - Shahrizhat @ Shahrizat Abdul Jalil (BN - UMNO)||18833|
and you know-la, Sharizat's package is so generous - RM33,727.20 a month or RM404,726.40, including allowances, annually
who knows... maybe Samy Vellu is drooling away at the thought that he may have hope as the BN does offer jobs to their partners.
mebbe Lulu's exMP hoping the hopping rumours in Selangor are true, then she has hope to be in Selangor exco?
Thursday, February 12, 2009
FEB 11, 2009: PERAK Mentri Besar Datuk Dr Zambry Abdul Kadir says he will consider offering an exco post to DAP-turned-independent assemblyman for Jelapang Hee Yit Foong if that is the wish of the Chinese community.aha!
Stating this in an interview with China Press, he asked the daily: "Do you want her to become an executive councilor? If all of you want her to be in the exco, I have no problem … but I will look at the whole picture."
will PERAK Mentri Besar Datuk Dr Zambry Abdul Kadir consider asking DAP-turned-independent assemblyman for Jelapang Hee Yit Foong to resign if that is the wish of the Chinese community?
afterall, it is the same rationale, and it's not just the wish of the Chinese community but also the Indians, the Malays, and as Lulu learnt today, the orang asli too.
Lulu Really, Really Likes The Good Work That Nizar and The PR Goverment Has Done For The People Of Perak
How often, especially in this beloved country of ours, do we find leaders who remember and honor the poorest of the poor? How many seek to protect them from greedy buggers commonly found in UMNOputeras? And now we have to contend with a pretender on the seat of power.
Letter to the editor: Protection of the rights of the underprivileged must continue
THE shocking display of vitriol against Datuk Seri Mohd Nizar Jamaluddin of Perak by certain groups claiming to advance patriotism in Perak is a disconcerting trend.
In a modern and robust democracy such as we claim to be, threats against those who hold different views, seek to enforce their legal rights, or seek to challenge authority in a court of law are seriously misplaced. We cannot, on the one hand, claim to be a modern democracy that respects dissenting views, and on the other, ask for archaic modes of "punishment" (like chasing someone out of the state) for holding those views.
It is also necessary to remember that under Nizar's administration in Perak, many significant steps forward were taken on issues that affect the Orang Asli and other underprivileged and marginalised groups.
I write this piece to put on record what I believe to be the most significant events from a human rights perspective: events that members of the Malaysian Bar and other non-governmental organisations (NGOs) were pleased to be part of. Issues that had remained outstanding for many years saw quick resolution in the last 10 months in Perak under Nizar's administration.
They include the following:
- As menteri besar, Nizar cancelled all logging and plantation activities in Orang Asli settlements around Gopeng that affected more than 2,000 Orang Asli.
- State exco and assemblyperson A Sivanesan announced the return of approximately 400 acres of Orang Asli ancestral land to the Orang Asli that had been earmarked for logging activities by the previous government in Mukim Teja near Gopeng.
- The state government announced the return of approximately 500 acres of Orang Asli ancestral land to the Orang Asli of Kampung Chang, Sungai Gepai in Bidor, which had been earmarked for a Botanical Garden by the previous government.
- A special task force on Orang Asli land rights was set up to formally recognise all Orang Asli customary land in Perak. The task force committee comprised two tiers. The second tier was exclusively managed by the Orang Asli communities themselves, and meeting halls in the state secretariat building were provided to the Orang Asli for their use.
- The administration commissioned a special Orang Asli officer for the state of Perak whose function was to resolve all problems of the Orang Asli within the state.
- A series of consultations with the public and NGOs on development activities in Ipoh was held. For example, public opinion was sought in relation to the proposed development of Yau Tet Shin Market.
- Both Malay and Chinese [Malaysian] residents of new villages and Kampung Tersusun are now being granted permanent land titles in stages.
The Malaysian Bar must put these events on record as we have worked for years on some of these issues and were happy to see positive results achieved in a short span of time.
We hope that the same importance will be given to these matters and that they will continue to progress without delay. In fact, we call on all state governments to be proactive in relation to issues that concern the Orang Asli, the marginalised and the underprivileged.Dato’ Ambiga Sreenevasan
11 February 2009
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
ok. let's do that again. imagine lulu saying it with her eyes open besar-besar, bulat-bulat
oooooOOOOOOooooo..... the police has a name
and the name is [repeat after lulu] Tengku Azman Tengku Zainal Abidin
Would this Tengku Azman Tengku Zainal Abidin go look for Khairy now that the cops are looking for him? Afterall, it was this Khairy who said, “resort to whatever means necessary”. And this not-very-smart Tengku Azman Tengku Zainal Abidin took him for his word cos, afterall, in his very finite mind, he's KJ and they're UMNOputeras, and they get away with everything.
unfortunately for him, he messed with the LION, and the LION roared and the cops trembled and are now forced to act.
Will Sunset-Khairy be able to help him?
should he go look up Najib.
Afterall, Najib has been known for his many charitable acts.
Troubled people [think Saiful, think i-forgot-who-else-cos-lulu-mudah-lupa]tend to turn to Najib, and he has this magical way of making things alright for you.
Will this Tengku Azman Tengku Zainal Abidin go see him to ask him to wave his magical wand?
if Lulu were this stupid Tengku Azman Tengku Zainal Abidin, in the first place, Lulu would not have messed with Karpal Singh. But if she did, she'd look for the one who is able to tolerate botox-ed face.
Look for Khairy if you want to rempit-lah. Save your petrol. Go straight to the one who is able to tolerate botox-ed face. Do not pass GO. Do not collect $200.
Tuesday, February 10, 2009
Si Talang dan Si Deruma merupakan bapa dan ibu kepada seorang anak lelaki yang bernama Si Tanggang. Mereka hidup sebagai keluarga nelayan di tepi pantai. Kehidupan mereka amatlah miskin. Si Tanggang merupakan seorang kanak-kanak yang bercita-cita tinggi. Dia selalu berkhayal untuk menjadi kaya dan terkenal. Akan tetapi, keadaan hidupnya yang serba kekurangan dan ketiadaan peluang menjadi penghalang kepada cita-citanya.
Pada suatu hari, ketika sudah meningkat usia, Si Tanggang terlihat sebuah kapal besar berlabuh di muara sungai yang berhampiran dengan rumahnya. Si Tanggang pun pergi mencuba nasib, dia berjumpa dengan nakhoda kapal itu dan meminta untuk dijadikan anak kapalnya. Nakhoda kapal itu terus bersetuju kerana telah melihat kecekapan Si Tanggang bersampan dan bekerja.
Walaupun Si Talang dan Si Deruma amat keberatan untuk melepaskan Si Tanggang belayar mengikut kapal nakhoda itu, mereka terpaksa mengalah. Si Tanggang berjanji akan kembali ke kampung setelah menjadi kaya.
Si Tanggang melakukan apa sahaja kerja yang diperintahkan oleh Nakhoda. Nakhoda amat suka dengannya kerana dia rajin bekerja. Lalu, Si Tanggang pun diambil sebagai anak angkat. Apabila Nakhoda menjadi uzur, maka Si Tanggang dilantik menjadi nakhoda baru. Dia dipanggil Nakhoda Tanggang.
Si Tanggang memiliki kecekapan dalam berniaga. Dia menjadi kaya raya dan namanya menjadi terkenal. Namanya sampai ke telinga Sultan dan dijemput ke istana. Tidak lama kemudian, Sultan mengahwini puterinya dengan Si Tanggang. Si Tanggang membawa isterinya berlayar ke banyak tempat di merata negeri.
Pada suatu hari, kapal Si Tanggang berlabuh di muara sungai kampung asal-usulnya. Orang kampung mengetahui nakhoda kapal itu Si Tanggang. Mereka pun memberitahu kepada orang tuanya.
Gembira dalam hati, Si Talang dan Si Deruma pun pergilah berkayuh sampan menuju ke kapal Nakhoda Tanggang. Apabila tiba di kapal, seorang anak kapal melarang mereka naik. Seketika kemudian, Si Tanggang muncul dengan isterinya. Si Tanggang malu melihat keadaan ibu dan bapanya yang daif di hadapan isterinya. Si Talang dan Si Deruma memanggil-manggil Si Tanggang, akan tetapi dia berpura-pura tidak kenal mereka. Isterinya bertanya mengenai mereka, tetapi dia mengatakan bahawa ibu dan bapanya sudah tiada.
Si Tanggang menghalau ibunya dengan biadap. Si Talang dan Si Deruma berdayung ke tepi dengan perasaan sedih dan kecewa. Apabila tiba di daratan, Si Deruma memandang ke langit dan memengangkat kedua-dua belah tangannya, kemudian berseru, "Oh, Tuhan! Tunjukkanlah kepada Si Tanggang bahawa akulah ibu kandungnya."
Tiba-tiba petir berdentum dan angin bertiup kencang. Kapal Si Tanggang terumbang-ambing akibat air yang bergelora. Ketika itulah, Si Tanggang berasa kesal. Dia sedar Tuhan telah memperkenankan doa ibunya. Dia akan menerima balasannya kerana telah menderhaka. Akhirnya, dia berteriak kepada ibunya supaya diampun. Akan tetapi, penyesalannya sudah tidak berguna lagi. Kapalnya pecah akibat dipukul oleh ombak yang kuat. Apabila ribut reda, Si Tanggang, isterinya, kapalnya, dan semua anak kapalnya telah bertukar menjadi batu
tak tau malu
Menteri Besar Datuk Dr Zambry Abdul Kadir has assured Indians in the state that their interests would be taken care of even though they have no Barisan Nasional (BN) representatives in the legislative assembly.With such a loud hint, how can you not get this right?
But for good measure, just in case you blur-blur,
Lulu almost forgot.
Hamidah was reported to have asked Speaker V. Sivakumar if he agreed to disagree with the well-known fable of whether a snake or an Indian should be killed first.
"I was misquoted and my comments misinterpreted for political purpose. I didn't mean it from my heart."Wonder if she will kena any more "misquotes" and "misinterpretations"
all these stupid women, giving smart women and lulu's out there a bad name.
btw, bongkersz fears that Hamidah Osman will beat up Zambry Kadir in confusion.
Wednesday, February 04, 2009
As much as Lulu likes having Tony Pua as her MP, if ever Tony Pua resigned from DAP, Lulu's support for him ceases. kaputs. the end. no more. habis cerita.
After all, Lulu voted for the candidate that DAP had put up.
Not the person.
The party, in many ways, guides my MP in the decisions he makes on behalf of Lulu, for the betterment of the country.
If he were to jump ship and join, say, MCA, then his priorities would be whatever UMNO dictates, and Lulu doesn't want an MP like that.
If he were to jump ship and join say, Gerakan, then his priorities would be [surprise! surprise!] whatever UMNO dictates, and [surprise! surprise! again] Lulu doesn't want an MP like that.
whether it is Bota or Behrang or Changkat Jering or even Jelapang, we all voted the party more than we did the candidate.
so how now?
Lulu doesnt know.
Perak is getting more and more ??? as the days pass, and like most people, Lulu thinks dissolving the state assembly would give all those involved a clearer mandate. Lulu hopes the Sultan would consent to it.
PR should be able to win and probably gain a few more seats giving a stronger mandate to the present government.
If PR loses, well.... it was the choice of the people. That and some unfair play by BN. lol
Sunday, February 01, 2009
UMNO went into a panic-ky defensive mode.
The Perak BN representatives were summoned to the DPM's house in KL and made to pledge their loyalty. After that, DPM buat macam penuh keyakinan, came up with silly statements like,
" the MPs and assemblymen pledged to stick with Barisan through thick and thin."
"those absent also pledged their loyalty to him through the telephone."
“You see, they are all here to show their commitment. Those mentioned in the SMSes are also here,”
Then they started on their counter attack.
Apparently, according to Malaysiakini, these people who say, "not good to switch sides", "it is selfish" etc, has gone to shopping for some willing froggies.
Over the past few days, rumours that two Perak exco members - Jamaluddin Mohd Radzi and Mohd Osman Mohd Jailu - are quitting PKR have been rife. The duo have not publicly denied this.UMNO would be really stupid if they think that as long as you can get the chaps to crossover and make it 30-29, it does not matter who you bring in.
The rumours surfaced immediately after Bota assemblyperson Nasarudin Hashim left Umno for PKR last Sunday. Najib took over as Perak Umno chief after Tajol Rosli Ghazali stepped down to take responsibility for the defection.
Jamaluddin and Mohd Osman are both facing corruption charges and their trial is scheduled to begin Feb 10.
In a faxed statement today, Osman said family members of the duo and party members have been unable to contact them for four days.
"We believe that their disappearance is closely linked to the corruption charges they are facing. Since the beginning, we have been confident that the allegations against them are false and cooked up by Umno and Barisan Nasional as political blackmail," he said.
UMNO would be really stupid if they think that the rakyat will not notice if the corruption charges on the two suddenly disappears.
All this is still speculation.
The thing is, Lulu does think UMNO is really stupid [mainly cos blinded by greed] and would not put it past them to do something as stupid as that.