No real hot issues.
Most of the highlights are repeats.
Even the recent start of membership registration drive by new Pribumi party was a tame affair.
I also didn't get excited when Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad met the Yang DiPertuan Agong to submit the Citizen Declaration demanding the resignation of PM DS Najib Razak.
What can the Agong do anyway?
Honestly, things are politically boring at the moment.
Just consider this, the latest hot new issue is about that "insult" that Jeff Ooi tweeted about the passing of Pas spiritual leader Datuk Haron Din.
I think that's quite pathetic.
Can't they argue about other more intelligent stuff....or at least funny things?
Such a waste of time, if you ask me.
I rather read about how to improve our everyday life.
As you all know, people are complaining about the supposedly tougher life now.
Raising costs of living, they said.
Maybe the clever bloggers and other online scribes can write on how the people can earn more so that they can improve their lives.
Let's say you are a popular blogger, maybe you can write about how the public can apply for government's assistance to set up a small business to supplement their income.
I think the readers will appreciate that more than if a blogger continues to whine about the same boring political stuff over and over again.
Writing helpful stuff is definitely better than whacking other people and trying to make Malaysians hate each other.
Really, there are even those who try to encourage the Malays to unite, become racists and religious extremists and throw the Chinese into the sea.
All that just to get higher place in the Alexa ranking?
Why can't these people be more positive?
Write la about how to make Malaysia better.
If not so clever like me, try to write more down to earth but helpful things.
That's what I do whenever there's nothing hot to write about.
Like giving good tips such as this,
It's simple, but I believe there are ladies who would appreciate such tips.
You all would not believe it if I tell you that there are so many women who tend to forget about the importance of simple stuff which I highlighted in that post.
See, Malaysia will be a better country if its women are nice, less bitchy, reasonably intelligent and smell good as I proposed in that post.
Hey, don't you think that's better than trying to encourage a more racially polarised Malaysia?
But of course this is still a free country, and people have the right to express themselves.
So, I don't expect those people to stop trying to get the Malays on one side and the non-Malays on the other.
But I think you all dear readers would be wiser and not let yourself be influenced by those bad people.
Do try to instead spend your valuable time reading about things which help make your life better or at least entertain you a bit.
Okay, that's all for this fine Sunday morning.
I need to get to the kitchen now and cook something for lunch.
Here's something educational and entertaining on the weight-loss industry in Japan to round up this posting,
See, that's beneficial, isn't it?
It's good to learn how to lose weight a bit, okay.