So, when the debate on the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement started, I have to admit that I was a bit at a loss.
That was until this article came about a week ago.
THE TRANS PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP
Today there is this another article on the same subject which I think worth reading,
Both articles simplified the understanding of the issue, especially for the "buta ekonomi" ones like myself.
I recommend those who want to understand that issue, which is actually very important to our country to click on those links for a quick read.
I really hope the government will consider the proposals of the writers of those articles so that we don't end up signing another "selagi ada bulan dan bintang" agreement.
Okay, certainly Pas people, should read the articles as I know most of them are as blind as me on the subject matter.
I know, they will never admit it and will pretend they know everything, but really la, jangan jadi bodoh sombong. Just read it and learn a bit.
This is so because it will be embarrassing to watch them later on whacking the government without even knowing what the issue is really all about. Nanti orang kata orang Malayu Islam bodoh, kita marah pulak, yea tak? (Note : Errr, Pas people, please google translate the articles if your English is not so good, ok?)
Now, to a more immediate concern of mine.
BE CAREFUL WHEN BUYING FOOD AT BAZZAR RAMADHAN
Yup, please be careful.
I had been to the toilet three times this morning and my tummy is still making noises as if there is a monster having fun in it.
The char koew teow I bought at the bazaar yesterday evening was most likely the cause of it.
It can't be the soya bean tofu which was the only other thing I ate when I buka puasa yesterday. It seems to be well packed and was still warm when I bought it.
Well, whatever it is, I think the authorities should be more stringent in checking the hygiene level of food preparations of those sold at the bazaar Ramadhan.
Today, if I can make it through the day, I think I will get myself some KFC chicken instead for my buka puasa.