------- waddafak: 06/25/2006 - 07/02/2006

Saturday, July 01, 2006

I Forgot To

mention that i am still fucking pissed off at that whole incident. What a fucking waste. What a fucking waste. What a God Damn Fucking waste. Damn it. God damn it.

Can you tell i am still fucking pissed off?

The Stray Cat

She has been coming around the house for a few days now. Would not let me touch her. Scoots off right away. Strangely enough the dogs pay no attention to her.
She reminds me of Meow.

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They were DimDam’s

A nice blogger told me where she spotted them but this cruel world made them not the real thing. Alas hence since that moment everything has been a blur, I feel like a walking corpse. I seem to have lost the will to live. I cry myself to sleep every night, waking up drence in sweat from the nightmare's .
[NoteToSelf] You can be such a Fucking Drama Queen

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Thursday, June 29, 2006

My Dream 2nd Home

On My Wish List!
A Boat House Parked Somewhere South
With A Fully Equipped Galley
With Loads Of Space For Whatever
With A Cute Wheelhouse
With Fantastic Free Views Like This
And 'Backyard' Views That Are Even Better

Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Why Baby Died?

I was reading The Star only a few short days ago and learned about the rescue of Mat Chepor the orphaned baby elephant. What joy! and what sadness for his murdered mother. Then today i read of his untimely demise. What the heck happened?
There seems to be joy somewhat as he is lead out of the cool jungle into the hot sun by the Perhilitan Rangers also accompanied by some Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia students. From what is understood he dies 18 hours later while waiting to be transported barely 10 meters from the trailer? Look at that heavy chain on him? They must be using some heavy machinery to have that chain being pulled so tight no? The still live baby after it collapses with the village boys petting it. Kinda strange when if when such a statement by Taiping Zoo director Dr Kevin Lazarus 'Mat Chepor could have succumbed to exhaustion, dehydration and a chronic lack of nutrition' Hello? If that is so then why does the baby not the least have been treated intravenously with some isotonic fluids? And why is the baby looking like it is bone dry? Should it not be at least kept even cooler by keeping it damp with water? Are you not supposed to keep the baby as stressed free as humanely possible?
They are here trying to get him on his feet. Good on you, I am sure pulling him up by hanging on to his trunk is definately going to help so very much. Plus that heavy chain is all the more helping it espeacially after it has not been with his mother's milk since May 8th (6 weeks) when she died of gunshot wounds. And 18 hours waiting to be transported. Why need 18 hours?
Here he is on his last moments. Notice anything different? That huge heavy chain is no longer around his neck. Well Kinda TOO LATE eh? See the bruising? He must have been literally dragged out of the jungle to have that kind of bruising!
I dunno but it just looks like a bunch of clueless jokers decided to go rescue this baby elephant and did a totally fucked up job of it.

Who Are They...

In early may i asked this same question. Just who were they? Back then i had 600 visitors and today i noticed it has hit 1348 since the 6th of June alone?! I then went to peek at some other blogs. Some have some awesome hits and some are well... pathetic. I thought my blog sucked big time but waddafak, this is my blog and i blog to please myself yes?
Wait. Suddely i feel happy for some reason...
But i would be even happier if i knew which daft bugger was wasting their time and reading this and even worse will spend even more of their precious time to even bother leaving me a note telling me anything...?

Monday, June 26, 2006

This Is True

or not? I think it's true...

Today I Realised

best to love all but trust none...

Sunday, June 25, 2006

Rain On Serapi

Forgot to add this yesterday. Never had the chance to see the whole of Gunung Serapi getting rained out and having a camera handy.

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That's a Bridge?

This morning i decided to go visit a friend near Kampung Rasoh. After breakfast in Bau i headed out to his place about 40 minutes away. Arriving we headed out right away to his family's rubber farm as it looked like it was going to pour.
Midway through the walk we came across this 'bridge' which actually was this tree that was felled across the river. Normally i would have no worries but this one just happened to look damn slippery. You also have to suspect something amiss when you are asked to be the first across?
My knees were trembling. Not funny. Seriously. I had to be macho and walk across it like it was the most natural thing to do. I threaded carefully instead hoping not to fall off.
*I would have prefered to hug the log and slide my way across but the sight of this would not have been impressive*
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