“916 Hallucination Still..??”

The sms from a friend who has migrated overseas asked us to check on the two articles which we posted on 24th September 2008 and 24th September 2009. Still after so much has been written it seems that the Sarawak State elections Saturday date is still far off.  A 1st term BN YB said to us…

“TicK-Tock Nearing 1/2 Million …Thanks Everyone”

Latest :-The Election Commission (EC) has fixed Aug 25 for the Permatang Pasir state seat by-election in Penang. Nominations will be on Aug 17.       May 1st 2008 we started blogging and how time flies. We have written todate 768 articles with 16217 valuable comments from you good people out there. During this…

Bloggers… Why?Why?Why? 3 Whys on Batang Ai N29?

It was more than 2 whys when I touched down at Kuching International airport this evening. This is an extract from a conversation which I had with a senior journalists/political analysts at Mcdonalds restaurant this evening.  Its meant to happen and this is the first why? My phone was off and as I landed in Kuching there was…

“Guns Blazing in N29 Batang Ai”

The stage is set.The PRS and PKR candidates are now out in the open. The political war of words and the first salvoes are already bombarded to the ground. The local tabloids headlines and has reports on:-  1.Jawah’s candidacy no boost to PKR’s chances-James Masing (PRS) 2.BN has nominated the right candidate- Pehin Taib (PBB) 3. BN’s development…

Monday Again Malaysia,”I NEED PANADOL”

It seems every Monday in Malaysia there will be news that really jolts the nation and makes our pulses beat faster. Could Panadol be the answer? Baginda Minda (former PRS information Chief of Baleh) contacted audie61 and said,”We are all behind Jawah Gerang as PKR candidate for N29 Batang Ai after the DSAI announcement this morning. Baginda…

Face to Face with Barisan Rakyat Bloggers in Sarawak

It was just a beautiful feeling to have met such an intellectual and open minded group of bloggers in Zorro,Delcapo and Harris Ibrahim together with SKY former MP Bandar Kuching 1982-1996. Also present were Malaysiakini journalists in Tony Thien and Joseph Tawie. Kaypo-Kaypo Food Politics feature writer Cilla Balla was also present.  I would also reserve a…