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Tuesday, 19 December 2006

Mr. 20 percent


There he goes again (picture above, source: Bernama). He spoke like a big shot, perhaps representing the Government of Malaysia. Which Malaysia is he talking about when he is no-body? Not even as a cabinet Minister. But here he is, talking like he is the supreme leader of this sacred land.Ohw! I forgot. He was from Oxford! That means he is truly brilliant and he does deserve to speak explaining about government policies despite a couple of facts (given) that he is 1) Not a government elected leaders or any cabinet members, 2) Never interfere in any government implemented policies, 3) Just being happen to be married to Premier daughter, and etc (the list never stops).


I just talked with my good friend Haizal through the phone. Haizal currently in the construction business. He was explaining how bad it is in the construction industry now-days with the Oxford prince in the fray. How can it be so bad? Only those in the industry knew it. Perhaps we can ask Mister 20 percent!

p/s: It all remind me of the evergreen movie by the P. Ramlee (Tiga Abdul), when Sadiq Seggara was saying to Kassim Patalon, “dua puluh persennnnnnnnn!” Hmmm.... Perhaps P. Ramlee know something that we don't?

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