Thursday, December 29, 2011

more please

I need another day of rest please. Tomorrow and the day after that I'll be working the night shift - that will be too much on my body, I know. Whenever those days come, I'll be having second thoughts about this work. Haha.

You should have seen our tired faces during Christmas. The crowd was massive, we didn't even get time to breathe :p I wish I could get a new pair of legs right after work.

I don't have to work today, so I went to do the clearance at my alma mater this morning. It was a breeze, since the juniors are away on holiday. There's no need to fight for parking space and I didn't have to walk much - lucky me. Else it wouldn't really be a rest day for me. I went to the hostel administration office for one of the signatures required and met a staff who recognized me. He asked questions like where would I continue my studies after this, etc. But the last question made me laughed all the way back to the car. Actually my answer was the funny one. He asked where did I stay when I used to live inside the campus, and I had to answer Mawar. Gosh. Silly me. He made a weird face and said where's Mawar? Haha. I was thinking about the Mawar hostel that I used to stay in when I was in Shah Alam. I couldn't quite recall Tun Fatimah..right until the last few steps to my car. And I even parked my car in front of Tun Fatimah at that time. I need some memory enhancers I guess. Lol.

Came back home and slept for a bit. Then I went to the pharmacy. It seems like ever since I started working, I kept on spending money at phamacies. Huhu. No time for shopping and entertainment anymore I guess, time for self-preservation :p

My family went out for dinner at Dima in Bukit Beruang for Middle Eastern dishes. I had Chicken Kabsa, but my favorite thing of all is the relish. Yums. I'm still feeling full, because that is not the only thing I ate. Add in the bread with wings and I think I should run up a few flight of stairs daily after this.
The relish is the only thing I need

Friday, December 23, 2011

nappeun namja

That Korean phrase translates to Bad Guy in English.

I heard the guys talked about this one guy who used to be a partner at our outlet a long time ago. He's married and yet he spends time at our outlet with his girlfriend daily. Yes, every single day you can see them lounging around sipping on beverages and going online using the Wi-Fi service available.

And today, he asked a favor from my supervisor to send a gift to another girl who's working in the same row as our outlet. As my supervisor couldn't leave the outlet unattended, he told me to go instead. That other girl is less than half his age. Fresh out of school. And he had the cheek to make me cover his act from his girlfriend..whom just a half hour before was bragging to my supervisor that she treats her guy nicely and he didn't fool around behind her (as if).

That needs a cliche right there and then. What goes around comes around. Simple as it is. Karma. Don't do unto others what you don't want others do unto you. That is for the girlfriend.

All of us need somebody to pass us the mirror some time, right?

But what about the shameless and heartless guy? Anybody wants to run over somebody? I'll show you a picture of him. Haha.

Okay..seriously. He needs someone to hit him on his head.
This image doesn't even describe the complex situation.
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Thursday, December 22, 2011


I love this day the most, even though it's been only what..a week? Okay, I love this day of all my working days to date. It wasn't a waste to go out real early to work and go back home later than I'm supposed to.

A little praise goes a looooooong way. All the stiffness in the arms, neck and feet went away like magic. Not. Haha. But it still makes me happy. Sometimes I do feel like throwing in the towel and just look for another kind of painful job. Especially when I'm assigned to the last shift like I mentioned before countless times. But it would not be easy to find people like them, awesome partners. So I'll try my hardest to grit my teeth and withstand the gale-force wind. Exaggerating, I know.

My feet hurt and I'm very sleepy. Besides I need to get up early tomorrow, I'll just watch Wooyoung dance for a bit and then hit the sack. Good night peeps.

Sunday, December 18, 2011

sweet lolly

I wasn't interested in watching Dream High at first..because Hyun Joong just made a few minutes' appearance. And I thought 2PM's Taecyeon is the main character because of the first episode.

Then when a friend asked if I already watched the series, and gushed about Jason and Kim Pil-sook..I started to continue from where I stopped much earlier.

Jason (2PM's Wooyoung) and Kim Pil-sook (IU) are a sweet couple. Oh Jason's so sweet when he saved Pil-sook from embarrassment when their schoolmate made fun of Pil-sook's skirt.
I can't forget the look on Jason's face when he first saw Pil-sook after the 200 days. "Long time no see"..ngeee.

You have to see for yourself the time when Pil-sook sang with Sam-dong in class, and Jason kept on smiling at Pil-sook when she sang. But when it's Sam-dong's turn, Jason will get irritated and kept on looking at him like telling him to shut up and let his favorite girl sing alone. *sigh* He'll be banned by every single dentist in the world :p
And there's the time when he went crazy in Japan after he thought Pil-sook is very ill.

I love all the songs they sang too..especially this one. I can listen to this over and over again.

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Thursday, December 15, 2011

not for the faint-hearted

The first closing time I experienced last night (which actually ended early this morning) was unbelievable.

Imagine having to scrub clean up everything..and that is every.single.thing right on the first day of work. Actually I had a lot of help from a senior partner. So the weight was lessened a little bit. I haven't had the chance to be partnered with others, yet. But it will be a loss when he starts work at the new branch soon.
Another senior partner that I met this morning seems strict and would stand two feet away, asking what should I do next everytime it's a new task. But at times when us new girls didn't quite have the strength, he'll lend us his.

I hope I'll get the grip in one week tops. Now it seems that there's a humongous amount of information that needs to be stored - what goes with this, what goes with that, what do I need to do, etc. I want to be in the seniors' team and not the newbies'. I am in awe with their experience and knowledge, and I know I need time to be at their level.

Even though it seems to be somewhat unwanted, a day off is very much needed. My feet need some more soaking in warm water. How did they go through all that all this time? But I guess it will be easier when I get a hold on it. The partners are a friendly and helpful bunch, it could be the key to endurance around there ;)

A check on the inventory (after only two shifts of working): aching feet and a cut on my right forefinger.
Can someone help rub my feet?
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Tuesday, December 13, 2011


My body is aching all over - serious aftermath of too much walking when all I do at home is lie down in front of the telly and occasional chores (for two months).

On Sunday, we went down south to visit my brother. He seldom have the opportunity to come home, so we went there to go spend time at a mall with him. Haha. But one thing's for sure..the climbing part to his house is the main culprit my legs are sore all over until now. The elevator have to stop working on the day we went there. So we climbed six storeys high. Fortunately it wasn't any higher.
The people at the mall was in some kind of shopping frenzy that made me excited as well. Like I need any reason to shop...pfft. I managed to grab some pants for work..I think I was lucky as they were the last pair available :)
I spotted a lot of cute guys when we were there, but I'm not sure if they're local or from Singapore.

The next day we went up north, to KL. Another shopping trip, but I wasn't interested in anything other than work attires these days. We went to Sogo, then Jalan Masjid India. And luckily my manager called me earlier to cancel our meeting later that day, so off we went to Ikea after that. No need to rush back and we ended up arriving home very tired.

This morning I went for a training session, and I fell in love with the company I'm going to work for. Theoretically, they're good. And I'm going to soak in as much as I can. Can't wait to be awkward on my first day tomorrow..and I'm going to make a list of all the things I'm going to taste. You can bet I'll try each and every single one of them until I couldn't stand them anymore :p

Thomas, our trainer is wonderful. I wasn't even sleepy even though the muscles aching were a bit distracting. Usually, when my body is tired like that I would be quick to feel sleepy especially during times like this. But that was not the case this time.
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Disclaimer: The image has nothing to do with the real thing, though..haha.

Sunday, December 4, 2011


Mom was really ecstatic about going to the Sunday market in Alor Gajah, 40 kilometers away from home early this morning. So we got ready real early and set out from the house around 8. It was the four of us, since youngest brother is now on the same page as and job-less. Among the things on his to-do list are to learn how to cook a little bit, to get a driving licence, and to work out more.

I love to go to this type of morning market, to look at the fresh produce..and eat yummy food, of course. The market is near to my alma mater, and I used to forego extra sleep in the morning just to wait for the bus and have a delightful morning there. What a blissful time it was. This market is really special because they sell smoked beef and smoked catfish. Those things are what mom was looking for. Oh, and duck too.
something like Shihlin's XXL chicken but don't taste quite the same

smoked catfish
bamboo shoot in the blue container

Bingka Tepung Beras

delicious lemang

After looking around at the other things, we had breakfast at this small shop. I think it offers mainly fried kuey teow and fried noodles. They were quite good for something I think lacked color at I prefer darker fried kuey teow.

Then it got hotter, so we decided to leave the market and continue the shopping trip at the mall. My dad bought me Adam Khoo's Winning the Game of Life, and I bought two other books..Snow Flower and the Secret Fan (Lisa See) and Daughters of Rome (Kate Quinn). It's been so long since I last bought books and I just grabbed those two. Hopefully I'll enjoy reading them.

We bought too much food today - lemang, a couple of pieces of ketupat palas, some sushi, pastries, fish fillets..and now I feel bloated. Too much glutinous rice.

Thursday, December 1, 2011


I own McD now..haha. I didn't think of it before, but it seems that a huge number of people were waiting for this three alphabets. And I'm one of the lucky ones.

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

out of the ordinary

I wrote about being reluctant to go out and watch to the movies alone before, I'm slowly turning into a recluse at this rate :p
But the truth is I can't stand not watching Edward and Bella for brother won't be home for three more days, so I just had to go out and forget about trying to break the record of staying in the cave a million years. Haha.

I was walking towards the ticket counter chanting Edward's name and suddenly I saw a poster of 50/50. I saw Joseph Gordon-Levitt's face and I'm hooked just like that. So I chose the 2.30 pm show for Breaking Dawn and 1.00 pm for 50/50. If you're good you would know what happened.

Yeah I didn't finish watching 50/50. I sat inside the hall with I think maybe 7 other person, and kept on looking at my watch throughout the movie. From the start, until 2.30 pm..and I rushed to the other hall, thinking I'd still be among the earliest to arrive. Funny I'd thought like that.

This IS Breaking Dawn. So I had to step on around other people's toes to get to my seat, and I just had to choose the seat near the center of the row when I usually sit beside the aisle. I want to know what is it with me today. And urgh..I hate crowds this big. Remind me never to go to Wednesday's show anymore. It's the school holidays for God's sake..what was I thinking??

But the most wonderful thing is Breaking Dawn Part 1 really delivers. I was smiling non-stop right from the start of the movie. The movie is beautiful. The dress is really..perfect. No other dress would be better for Bella.
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Oh and Seth's so cute. He can shove Jacob to the side, definitely. I was never on Team Jacob, and I'd pick Seth as the wolf any day.

Image via The Breaking Dawn Movie
The royal blue dress Bella wears when she turned into a vampire is a great choice, it contrasts nicely with her pale skin..but I had a hard time looking for her picture..and this is the closest as it gets to the real one.
Image via fanpop

I think I might have shed a tear, or two when Bella's eyes flutter open for the first time as a vampire and then the credit rolls *sigh* It was really emotional for me, it's nearing the end..already?

But anyhow..Part 2, come faster please.

Sunday, November 20, 2011

what they wouldn't do

The people who are involved in the making of this advertisement are unbelievable. How can they be so insensitive towards matters like this? Pope and imam of the Al-Azhar Mosque's kissing on the lips on the poster - that is so outrageous.

Image via Yahoo

I read that the United Colors of Benetton company had done other controversial advertising campaigns before. Must they do that to garner people's attention towards them? It's one thing to be creative, but it's another thing if it's insulting others' beliefs.

And they gave out excuses when fingers are pointed at them - "was solely to battle the culture of hate in all its forms". Silly excuse, if you ask me.


That is what I felt..of their love when I watched this video. I didn't know their wedding was aired on TV3's Melodi today. May their union be blessed and lasts forever.

Saturday, November 19, 2011

play the maze game

It was at least two hours ago that we arrived at home, but my knees still hurt. I don't know why it's this bad though, I think I've done worse longer shopping trips and using public transport before. But today, I was in comfort of not having to stand, waiting for any bus or trains and not having to run to catch them on time..and it hurts. My knees are killing me, enough said.

I happened to eavesdrop listen to my interviewer's conversation with his boss, (I couldn't help it but to listen, of course :p) and found out that there's a job fair today and tomorrow. So I went online after that and found out about BN Youth Job Fair at PWTC. I didn't seem to notice the company's presence there this afternoon, though.

It was massive - the people who attended the event, that is. Everywhere you see are just heads and bodies and people rubbing shoulders over and over again. I didn't count how many laps I did in the big hall, all I know is that I went down the same aisles several time (because I didn't really keep track of where I went, and there's just so many people in there). At one point I felt suffocated, and couldn't continue walking among the throng of people. Then we walked back to Sunway Putra Mall, where my dad parked the car.

middle eastern food section
We had lunch there, and I chose to have chicken kabsa at the food court. The portion was small (thank God, else I'd eat too much again :p) and it tasted okay, the chicken was a bit too dry. Maybe I should have chosen lamb instead. Dad had minced lamb kebab with rice..and that was delicious. Next time (if there's next time) I'll try their barberry rice, and see if they can match the one we had at the airport in Iran years ago.
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Friday, November 18, 2011

much awaited

The Breaking Dawn Part 1 movie has been on the must-watch list for so long and I can't wait to be able to watch Edward again.

Image via Twilight Saga Chat
And then there's Ombak Rindu a week after that, starring hunky Aaron. I read the book a gazillion years ago and it was very well written (can't say the same for the sequels, though). It's only fair to make it into a movie when this is the time that novelists are starting to gain more money - both from the books and movies' profits. I love Lisa Surihani's hair in the posters, but what's with Maya Karin's hijab style? My sister said she dislike the stylist's (or whomever that put the hijab on Maya) work - they could do much better.
Image via a cup of life a barrel of luv

Aaron also starred alongside Erra and Umie Aida in a theatre production based on another novel I read, Badai Semalam - this one much older than Ombak Rindu. I couldn't remember when I read this one, but I found the book amongst the stack of mom's Malay Literature books. I think she used the book when she taught the subject long ago.

But sadly I don't feel like going out to the movies these days, maybe I should just wait until my youngest brother finished sitting for SPM and celebrate his freedom together. I still think of him as the baby, despite him being the tallest in the family..and not going to school anymore.

Oh and here's a picture of my first 'daging masak asam pedas'. I know how to cook 'asam pedas' already, although I can't say it would turn out nice everytime..besides, I have only used fish before. 
And I love mom's version of beef in the spicy and sour gravy. Yesterday I tried cooking it myself, without asking any instructions from mom and thought it looked like I put in a little too much tamarind juice in it. But it turned out okay. Dad said it's delicious..hehe.

Monday, November 14, 2011


I can now heave a sigh of relief after I went through with the interview. But not so fast, I've yet to know if I made the cut. Hopefully I will.

If I'm hired, I'll be pretty busy with the regular trainings and running around to the different outlets. Yes, there's a lot of hard work..but it was what I wished for - I've always kept in mind to work where I won't be stuck doing the same thing and looking at the same faces all day long, and this one would be perfect. It's just an excuse to slip out to somewhere else :p

After the interview, I went on a shopping frenzy..AGAIN. I will make a serious dent to my pocket whenever I don't plan on buying anything - I'll end up buying all sorts of things. And I even kept on reaching out for these carb-laden food.

gooey chocolatey goodness

Now I'm cringing when I look at these pictures. What was I thinking? *sigh*

Thursday, November 10, 2011


If I didn't think of my sister that seldom gets to go to the movies, I would have missed watching this Sector 7.

But I'm glad I gave in to my sister. We scanned through the movies list before going up to the cinema, but I didn't think any would be nice enough to watch. And there, right before we got to the ticket counter we saw the poster. I saw Oh Ji-ho's name first and I thought, his name sounds like Korean and then I saw...Ha Ji-won's name on the left. Then I practically dragged my sister to the counter.

The movie was a good attempt and I think it was okay. But the creature was just a bit too Ultraman's-monster-looking in my opinion.

And Min Seok's character in the movie died too early. We were gushing at how cute he looked, and then he died -___-

I love this scene when they were trying hard to control the pressure and everything.

That was what me and my sister did yesterday, plus some serious take take take everything and pay.

I had a quick interview after lunch yesterday, easy to guess which industry I'm looking forward to step into - and another (this time a serious one) this weekend. I got a call and I thought it was for the quick interview yesterday, but no. I hope I'll do a great job talking that day.


I got butterflies right after the call. And ohh, I must brush up on those nonexistent-in-my-head vocabs I learnt all those years back. Wish me luck, I need them very much.

Images via Hancinema, Pop Culture Ninja, dramabeans, and Korean Drama Choa.

Sunday, November 6, 2011


Last night my big family had dinner that seems to feel like 'makan besar' already. As usual, my favorite thing to do is to chase around the little kids and hug them ever so often. Seen here are Awee and nephew and niece.

I was holding her and taking the photo at the same time..not easy

Awee is so cute, he ran everywhere following his elder brother..and after I held him for some time he'd say "I want Afaz (his brother)". He's just so adorable. And he even asked if my sister wanted those lolly sticks shaped like hand and foot after he finished licking playing with them, "Kakak want?" He's so sweet although he's supposed to call her aunt :p

I tried my hand at baking this Congo Bars, recipe from auntie Yani..but I think I'll need a few more tries to get it right. They said it's too sweet, but I still can't I have no idea how sweet it really is.

Selamat Hari Raya Aidiladha to all Muslims :)

Friday, November 4, 2011

ready or not

I'd prefer to stay at home and do all the things I love than having to go out to work, who doesn't? But I'm keeping in mind that going out and be tired and angry doing work (so negative, I know :p), will get me on the plane to see the world. *Hoping and dreaming everyday*

Can't wait to head out somewhere with the cold, hard cash I earn myself.

But while waiting, I'm watching Dong Yi on DVD and Glory Jane twice weekly on KBS World. I don't quite understand why I'm always attracted to period dramas regardless of where it's from. I'm thinking of searching for Gone with the Wind movie and some other good stuff.

Image via Korean Dramas

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

quarter of a century

Today marks the day I was born years ago - twenty five long years, to be exact. I love to think of my birth day as very special - it was both Deepavali and the day TV3 first being aired in Melaka in 1986. Big events much, too bad I didn't understand anything back then :p I couldn't quite search the facts, though - correct me if I'm wrong.

This month's issue of Cleo (#193) is all about traveling - great timing..I love, love, love it. Read what they say about Scorpios' travel:
You're an extremist who needs to physically explore a country and unearth its secrets, be that the ski slopes or the back alleys of South America.
That is how I really feel, and they nailed it. Lucky countries - Morocco, Algeria and Germany (Bavaria).

Morocco and Algeria have been on my list for some time, but to tell you the truth..I've never really thought of going to Germany. There are so many places that I wanted to go and see, ahh the world is so huge - when can I ever fulfill my dream to travel all over the earth? There are Italy, Russia, South Korea, Australia, Turkey, France, ...Morocco, Algeria, Germany. I hope by the time I reach another quarter and add some white hairs on my head, I've traveled at least half of those places on my list. A girl can dream, so I'll dream BIG.

Penn Badgley was born on the exact same day as me - not that I watch GG or anything..xoxo :p.

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p/s: I want to eat waffle with peanut butter and cappuccino spread and baked orange sweet potatoes, but my tastebuds are not tasting anything these days..zilch, zero. Blame the cold I'm having. Great, it's my birthday and I can't eat anything.

Monday, October 31, 2011

green with envy

Should I make green as my blog theme? It seems like I'm very into green these days..haha.

Me and mom are always talking about how young the Korean actors look - they even look younger now compared to years back. We'd watch a recently-aired drama and figured out the protagonist or the second guy as an actor we've seen before (in another drama) and almost always they'll look younger than before.

And more handsome too. Just look at Park Si-hoo's photos. I didn't watch The Princess' Man because I just hate it when I can't follow every episode of any drama, and I was still in Lendu when it started.

But...yes, there is a but..I did watch the last two episodes. Just because he's too hard to resist. He looked phenomenal in his dark rebel getup and even won me over with the beard and traces of moustache he wore (I don't usually go for guys with that look) years after he 'died'.

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Should I invest in those Korean skincare and cosmetics companies? :p

Tuesday, October 25, 2011


I've been given a chance to dream by kak Aida, thank you for tagging me :)

I love thinking about what I want to do in life, which have been changed so many times and truthfully, I've lost track of them. I love dreaming, can I work as a dreamer? haha..

List three jobs you'd consider pursuing if money didn't matter.

  • Personal shopper for I'll be able to shop and shop without looking at my bank account and sighing ever so often.
  • Food tester - this is the best job ever in the world. I want to taste different types of chocolate, cakes, ice cream, pastries, ...believe me when I say the list will go on forever..hehe.
  • PD in 2 days 1 night - just because of this one episode (#354) I happened to watch last night. The PD that  follows Lee Seung Gi on his market tour just seems to have a very nice job..he gets to eat and go to the market. Seung Gi can't stop saying how delicious everything he ate there - that totally got me hooked :p

The PD holding a spoon ready to tuck in Seung Gi's red bean porridge

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Friday, October 21, 2011


How many of you have been told by someone that you are pretty, or your outfit looks great on you? Now that could be an ongoing daily thing, right?

But what would happen if someone, no matter a stranger or a person you know, tells you that you emit a certain aura? A certain color, to be exact. Does that mean you are radiant? Haha.

I was trying to adjust myself to the new life out of home, the new surrounding, the new friends, etc..when this one teacher of mine told me to stay in class, during recess one day.

She told me that she can see a green aura coming from me. She taught me Islamic Studies and I guess she learned a thing or two in that department somewhere. Now, I was kind of thinking what wrong did I do to make her call me to see her personally and I guess I was nervous the whole time. Besides, I was 15 going on 16 and the nearest thing to those stuff that I knew was just horoscope. And I couldn't quite recall what was it that she told me except that it's green and her daughter around my age has the same color.

I was thinking, 'ohh no wonder I'm always in the green sports team in school and I guess that's why I love to look at those big, tall trees especially if they look like those in Taiping'. God, I miss Taiping.
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Anyhow, since I can't remember what that teacher told me..I tried to find something about green aura. And I found this,
The green personality tend to want and actively strives for a sense of balance in their life – in just about all areas – and they are fair and balanced in the way they conduct themselves – whether in a relationship at home, at work or socially.
They like life to flow and are aware of the need to not be too fixed or rigid in life – they understand the bigger picture and that change is inevitable. They tend to be very quick minded and can usually be called upon for some good common sense advice.
As a result of understanding or appreciating change they can be quite goal orientated - they have a purpose and destination in mind - all the while wanting to feel good about it and to enjoy the process – hence the tendency to speak and act fairly and compassionately so that their conscience is clear and not gnawing away at their insides.

And there's something about aura too:
The aura is a fluid template that is constantly reflecting back to us our innermost thoughts, fears, hopes and dreams. It is all that you are, have been and want to be. It is not something we have no control over.
If it's not something we have no control over, I'm wondering can the color change then? Hurmm..

Thursday, October 20, 2011

tough time

A couple of days ago, I read somewhere (forgot already) about Giuliana's condition. She's trying to get pregnant through IVF and they discovered that she has breast cancer.

I know how devastating that can be - mom was sick before, and even when I was there to was nowhere near easy. I was thankful that I was able to stay at home during the difficult time - but now that I've grown a few years older, I realize that I was too young then. I helped a little around the house, and now I wish that I could have been a bigger help to mom emotionally.

It's been a few years, and I'm praying that we'll never have to go through that painful period again.

Giuliana and Bill is my favorite couple - they have fun together even if they're so busy with work and have to spend a lot of time apart, but the most important thing is they put family as priority. I hope I can have that someday.

She is just so brave to reveal her battle with cancer at this time. I hope she will have a speedy recovery and that they get all the cancerous cells completely out of her body.

A reminder: go get yourself checked girls.

Monday, October 17, 2011

the end

I remembered talking to my mom just a couple of days ago about all these tragedies that happened, after reading the newspaper. And that was after I read about a guy in Ipoh who was slashed to death outside his house by an old man. There were several other disturbing news, but that one was etched in my mind.

No matter how I look at it, we are living in a very dangerous world. Shouldn't everyone be alarmed at the rate of crime committed these days? How can we walk outside our house without thinking someone out there could harm us from now on?

I recalled years ago there was news about a mentally ill guy who got on a bus and slashed people on board. That got me thinking - what if a family member rides a bus (or any public transport for that matter) and encounter that?

Okay, there's that.

Then there's people who don't seem to care about others in need AT ALL.

Have you read or seen the news about this little 2 year old girl in China who was ran over by vehicles? The driver of the van who ran her down could be forgiven if  he/she just stop and see what they've just knocked down. But no. And the passersby couldn't care less - they just looked at her like she's some doll lying on the road. Then came another one than ran over her again, before being discovered by a lady. How could they do this to the little kid? We watched the video on the 9 o'clock news and were appalled by what we can see. Poor little girl.
This should tell us just how bad human beings are. Shame on you people.

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