Feb 5, 2010

When bad can be good

The group of protesters from non-government organizations that set fire to the cardboard effigy of Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng has the best of both worlds that can only be seen in this country. These protesters protested in the presence of the police force and when the effigy was burnt, the firemen were there to douse the fire, free of charge. In countries like Iran,Iraq and Afghanistan when the protesters burnt the effigy of the ex-President of United States George Bush, such services were not provided. So, in future, these protesters can carry on protesting and burning until the country goes up in smoke.

The menace of the mat rempits that has brought untold miseries to other motorists have been duly rewarded with a programme by the government free of charge so that they can be viewed positively. These rempits who act like king of the road have committed such crimes like gangsterism, terrorizing of motorists and bag snatching can now looked forward to the programme to plan their future. When they 'graduate', they can be street smart and continue their crimes in a more systematic way.

In the international scene, we have the love tryst of England's football captain John Terry with his teammate's ex-girlfriend. This seemingly explosive news which has caused such a media frenzy in England that the medias are willing to offer a few hundred thousands pound to have a first hand revelation from the lady. She is indeed having the best of both worlds: bedding a married superstar and be paid for the revelation. Oh yes, let us not forget about that American tiger who has been on the prowl in the golf circuit and has reportedly bedded more than a dozen mistresses. Are they going to be rich too? You bet. Do you think the world will believe what they will reveal? Who cares.

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