I thought of writing about why Pas, DAP and even PKR are now actually stronger after their "split".
But I feel so tired of politics for now.
You all can however read my past posts for that,
Umno, you realize this coming danger...
A definitely stronger Pas
Anyway, I think I want to cut down a bit on politics for this blog.
It's not really fun anymore, especially after observing friends from my own side fighting each other these past weeks.
I refused to be dragged into the fight.
I may be seen as being pro-Mahathir though for defending the elderly statesman, but that's because I love and appreciate the old man for what he had done for the country.
Even if he was wrong about the whole thing, I can't stand watching him being whacked by especially those shady characters employed by the gang defending PM DS Najib Razak.
Okay, enough of that.
What I really want to write tonight is about Valentino Rossi.
|Valentino Rossi is definitely cuter than Najib, Guan Eng or Hadi Awang.|
I watched the nine-time world motorcycle champion winning the Dutch TT at Assen just now on Fox Sports channel.
Fantastic ride as the 36-year-old Rossi beat the much younger Marc Marques at the last chicane to win the race.
I was still a kid in 1996 when I first watched the Italian raced in his debut season in the 125cc class.
I was at that time in love with Japanese rider Tetsuya Harada who was battling it out in the 250cc class against his great rivals, Max Biaggi and Loris Capirossi.
|Tetsuya Harada won the 250cc championship in 1993|
Still, I noticed the young Italian despite him racing in the lower class because he was monkeying around so much that the commentators were calling him an idiot and immature, among other things.
But I enjoyed his antics.
He did funny things such as patting his rivals' back as he was overtaking them at high speed.
And he is indeed a good rider.
He won his first world championship in the 125cc class the next year and from then on there was no stopping him.
Can't imagine that it was almost 20 years ago since then.
I miss those young carefree days when my main interest was just a simple motorcycle race on TV.
I'm happy whenever I got to watch a motorcycle race.
Definitely not so with politics.
Politics were so stressful.
Ya, maybe I will write more about simple things like motorcycle races and such.
I'm actually quite happy writing this post :-)