My workplace still observes the usual Saturday and Sunday weekends.
No one bother us about it because our's is just a small family type outfit.
I prefer it that way.
Also, the arrangement makes it much easier to coordinate work with most other parts of Malaysia....and the rest of the world.
Anyway, I have been hibernating at home since yesterday.
Got an invite to go on a ride by the gang but decided not to go.
It's too hot out there these past weeks.
Well, I'm not much into convoy riding anyway.
Nothing really worthwhile to write today, except maybe the controversy about Lim Guan Eng's over RM2 million bungalow.
But then again, so many people had written about it, that I got nothing more to add.
Guan Eng is really in a fix this time, I guess.
He should had just instead bought one of those nice sea-view apartments at Gurney Drive.
If I'm not mistaken, the price is more or less the same, but people won't really notice because it's not landed.
Sure the towkeys there can give discounts too.
Also, I don't think Betty mind it that much living in an apartment. Makes it feels like living in Singapore. Quite classy, actually.
|Guan Eng and Betty looking classy|
However, I doubt the whole thing will make much of a difference.
Most Chinese will still support DAP.
Even more so if Guan Eng is charged, found guilty and thrown in jail for corruption because of that expensive house.
That's just the way it is.
DAP people had done their job really well as far as winning the Chinese support is concerned.
It's just too bad for them that their leader is not so bright that he got caught like that,
Umno on the other hand is still struggling to unite its own members, let alone the Malays who are its core support group.
Then there's that rebellion on top of it all.
Instead of calming things down, their big-time bosses and macai started to shoot not only the rebels but also those who refused to join the fight.
They even employed some weird people including spiteful DAP rejects to wage a hate campaign against their fellow party members who refused to be like them.
Of course such people who don't have any love for Umno would happily take the job of tearing up the party to pieces.
Let's not even talk about the fighting among themselves, such as the very ugly and public quarrel over who initiated the #RespectMyPM campaign.
Why can't they just do their work properly instead of getting bogged down by such things?
Well, that's how things are at the moment.
Both sides are equally bad one way or another.
At least that's how I see it.
I know, not very nice stuff to write on a Sunday afternoon like this.
So, that's about it.
I better just relax and watch some Korean drama instead.
Yup, that's what I'm going to do now.
You all rest well too, okay....unless you have to work on Sunday like most people here in Johor.