Sunday, November 25, 2007

Sunday Walk

Why I will not walk with Hindraf on Sunday.

Because I Can't.

Kahkahhh...

12 comments:

cakapaje said...

Salam bro,

Hehe...neither can I! lol!

Bailey said...

naughty naughty. =P hikhik.

constant_drama said...
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Kerp (Ph.D) said...

shah,

hahha...i had a good laugh myself. good one brader.

bailey,

thats what you get when you're wide awake at 4am.

elviza said...

Huh, so cheeky!

Daphne Ling said...

Hey D,

Wheel lar...;)

waterlily said...

Hindraf...very sensetive issue lor(pinjam bahasa Dapne). Jom tgk blog Pak Bakaq - terok penarik beca tu kena hantamm maaa...

Kerp (Ph.D) said...

El,

i cant sleep at 4. bored and wanted to get something posted...and voila.

daph,

i did wheel on...to a wheeler friend's wedding.

kak mariannie,

sensitive meh? errm...i went to pak bakaq's. takut nak tinggalkan any comment. haha..

anfield devotee said...

If we are truly to be a Bangsa Malaysia, we must try to understand each other's grievances. Though some of you may disagree with some of Hindraf's grievances, do realise that the most PERTINENT point is the continued destruction of Hindu temples by the authorities. This is a very very sore point & if people want this country to progress, we must stand side by side as brothers irrespective of race, creed or religion. Idealists? We gotta start somewhere . . .

Kerp (Ph.D) said...

Bala,

Hey bro don’t get me wrong. This short entry has nothing to do with any political stand. I don’t support any rally and I’ve made clear of that. But I have friends who were part of the 2 rallies recently and I supported their courage for walking the talk, all of them, malays, Indians, Chinese. And that includes the ‘dan lain-lain’. Politic blows. Its always that very reason that causes war, tension, arguments and shit. fuck politics man.

Anonymous said...

Dear Kerp,

With all due respect, I make the following comment regardless of your physical disability because it is irrelevant to the opinions expressed in this post.

I feel it's neither nice nor right to trivialise other people's real concerns (poverty, discrimination, marginalisation) by making a joke of it.
While I totally respect your rights not to support any political views, may I suggest you think about how other people (political or NGOs) have fought for your rights as a individual, as a member of civilised society, as a meber of the disabled community, as a member of the Malaysian and not forgetting as a member of the human race, so that you enjoy the rights and priviledges you currently enjoy today in society.

It's perfectly Ok not to be involved in any political party or activity. But it is another thing to scoff and deride those who fight for a better society, of which you are a part of.

Kerp (Ph.D) said...

dear anon 10.07,

my sincerest apology if it was done in bad taste and some may have found it offensive. I can assure you it was not meant to make fun of anyone in particular. it was just a satirical post i did after hopping into some of the political blogs that touches on this very issue.

again sir, my sincerest apology.