Saturday, August 22, 2009

A win is a win but....

Most of Malaysia's top badminton players have just entered the Finals of Macau Open Badminton championship 2009. Veterans included of course.

Now what does it tell us....where they failed miserably last week in the World Championship when all hopes were on them to win?

This is what our players are only good about. Almost when most of the world's top players are absent from Macau thus taking away the pressure of playing against them, we triumph. Our players can't play under pressure! That's for sure.

Lee Chong Wei defeated Taufik Hidayat in a close match-up. Lee almost lost actually. And Wong Choon Hann beating Chen Jin in 3 games!!! Why didn't he play like today? Wong lost like a schoolboy last week! No bloody good!

Gotta change our losing mentality to no-fear-mentality and start winning where it matters most.

Sunday, August 16, 2009


Why do Malaysia's badminton players always falter when it matters most???

Simply put it because they are a bunch of LOSERS.
Any players can lose but not the way top Malaysia's players do. Take for example in the World Championship 2009 in India.

As always, the manner they lost in crucial stage irked me the most. I'm sure many of you felt the same. THEY PLAYED TO LOSE. THEY JUST FORGOT HOW TO WIN!

Koo Kian Keat, don't showboating on court. Just play to win. You brought your partner down by showboating. LOSERS.

Sunday, August 9, 2009

Boobs Watch

While the Malaysia government of the day 'flip-flop' about teaching Maths and Science in English and worrying about rural kids not able to catch up with their urban counterparts, here I show you what our future generations' English will be like....

Check out carefully the ad in the middle (above) and price tag description (below) for this canned food. Spot the simple mistakes! These are some fine examples how our English standard deteriorates.

Still our government of the day is putting politics above anything else thus being ignorant to the importance of English. In reality, this is not about who can follow not. This is about speaking English which has been sidetracked for a long time aka not being paid attention all this while. While most Malaysians can speak Bahasa Malaysia, what is the fuss IF ALL MALAYSIANS CAN SPEAK ENGLISH!!! Is it not a good sign???

1Malaysia is about what....I don't get it! Perhaps 1Malaysia should include listening to the rakyat (people).