Sunday, February 20, 2005

Malaysian Only Know How To Criticize

Hello and I am again posting live via Internet in Malaysia. Tom, it seems that we Malaysian only know how to criticize. We, Singapore and a few other Asian countries are all talk and no action. When I got this idea? In literature class.

That day, my aunt came over and to tell the truth, the future for me can be as bright as anything. She really try to down people down. I would like to tell you that I want to take a degree in Computer Science and she tried to down me down and quote, "If you want to take Computer Science, you have to take Additional Maths." I know that but I am trying to be a translator for a software or gaming company. She and my mom kept on drowning me in shit with that comment and about me being fat. I then splurted out that what my teacher is right. My teacher said and quoted, "Malaysians only know how to criticize. We only know how to judge people. That guy is fat, too tall, too short and even at times, looks dumb. Most of us are only all talk and no action."

Well, some people are happy to be what they are and I am happy to be fat like that Numa Numa guy. People can shut their fucking mouth about these criticizm because we do not know when to criticize. Sometimes, we criticize too much until that guy jumps off of a fucking building. One small thing like, there's Aedes in neighbourhood... thanks to that dirty man with his family of hicks. Leaving the pot outside, stagnant pond.... shut the fuck up. Again, we only how to talk but not act. If I saw someone annorexic, I'll invite her and stuff her fucking mouth with pie if I am a rich man. I am fed up with critics.

Well, my opinion and some people so deal with it.

Sunday, February 06, 2005

I Walk The Line

I keep a close watch on this heart of mine
I keep my eyes wide open all the time
I keep the ends out for the tie that binds
Because you're mine, I walk the line

Ahh, Cash. Johnny Cash. The Man in Black. American Folk Hero and Country Idol.
Dead as a dodo, they are now only going to make a movie out of him (don't say remains).
As most of you know, I like Johnny Cash. He is my hero and I liked him very much. When I heard Joaquin Phoenix (Hotel Rwanda's Jack the Cameraman) was playing Johnny Cash in this movie, this movie has been marked as a much watch.

There a quite a few bioflicks over the years like Ray (Ray Charles), Hotel Rwanda (Paul Rusesabagina), that Ronald Reagan mini-series, Farentheit 9/11 (Bush's first term) and I think Living With Michael Jackson (documentary). Ray and Hotel Rwanda deserve an Oscar. Maybe Jamie Foxx and Don Chaedle sharing it will be good. Farentheit 9/11 is filled with some holes and gaps so it wasn't good and LWMJ was shocking.

According to, Mr. Cash asked Joaquin Phoenix to play the part and Mrs. Cash gave her blessing to Reese Witherspoon to play as Mrs. Cash herself. Of all the choices, Reese Witherspoon? Legally Blond? When I saw that, I laughed it out so hard I think my head just kept thinking of how is this movie gonna look like. Well, a country and world music fan such as myself will watch this movie. I think in Malaysia, I'll be the first to queue up for the seats because I wanna see the life of The Man In Black.

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