My son who just graduated and started working wanted to buy a bike. Same excuse as you gave Annie. To beat the traffic jam from KL to PBD.Bought him a 2nd hand car and make him pay for petrol and maintenance.
Well done, bro. More like you, more peace on the roads.Imagine how bad the situation in this country - no peace even on the roads. Ghastly scenes in the video.
Hi, Annie, everyone is tired except maybe politicians. if you got time why not reading this interesting & touching novel .Funeral of a Muslim (穆斯林的葬礼，霍达著),
Not nice la Alma, so many people here not know Chinese, you come in write Chinese words and no give some idea what about horr. Why like dat harr? Thi sort of mentality not bring goodwill among races lorrrrrrrrr.
If we can learn Bahasa, why can't you learn Mandarin.Oh sorry, I forgotten. you are fucking master of the country, we have to follow your way.Na!If don't want to learn, can use Google translate also mah.Dumass Melayu.
That right Anon 13.58. You and your flock who came here remember!Not the other way round!
Anon 12.26, the tale is abt three generations of a Hui family in Beijing, is quite possibly the most popular ethnic-themed novel ever published in China. It spans the turbulent years of the Japanese invasion, World War II and part of the Cultural Revolution.If the novel is not well known in the West, neither are the Hui, the “other” dominant Muslim people in China who actually number over ten million. Unlike the Turkic-speaking Uyghur of Xinjiang, the Hui are descendants of Silk Road travelers — Arab, Persian and Central Asians — who married Han Chinese and converted to Islam, itself introduced during the Tang Dynasty by Arab traders.Apart from its power as a tale of love and history, Funeral of a Muslim has played a unique role in introducing Islam to Chinese readers, many of whom know little about the Muslim communities that have made up a part of Chinese society for centuries. Apart from descriptions of Muslim customs and rituals, the novel was instrumental in launching public discussion of the essentially multi-cultural nature of China, even stirring up controversy for its direct address of latent ethnic tensions.
13:58,"IF we can learn bahasa"Niamah!!...tell that to your species who after more than 57 years cant even or bother to speak or understand BM.KNNCB.
Jadi tak nak beli moto? Big bike lagi best. Hilang anggota badan, patah atau hilang nyawa. 3 je.
FORGET ABOUT GETTING A BIKE!!!!
Another consideration for getting a bike if you are bent on it - you have to stand wearing masks often like on these hazy days. Even if no haze, the air is polluted by engine emission on the roads, you need protection for your soft tender skin. When you see Volkswagen Hybrid, run away - they tipu about diesel engine emission, now losing billions from car recalls, sales slump and share prices dipping.
Return your bike and get a refund Annie .... it was just your old adolescent passions temporarily flaring up again due to some present emotional stimulus. I've had one too many a friend with broken limbs and lives.
Agree. No bike for Annie.
The way bike riders break traffic rules these days, beat traffic lights, many simply drive when red etc etc, no wonder many deaths. The damn thing is that innocent ones lose their lives because of the bloody law breakers. When the PM is weak, so many begin to disregard authority, that's the result. I'm waiting for a strong and courageous leader who will whack the likes of Bersih 4 leaders, less street demos, no ikan bakar wanting to react, and the Police will have more time catching and wanking the traffic offenders.