Friday, June 13, 2008

Ngok ngek hari Jumaat

Ok.. after a while tak update blog, I promised myself that tonight I would jot down anything that I can think of.. even though it's crap!

Hari ini dalam sejarah
I dunno what will my (future) children read in their history books.. I dunno if Kementerian Pelajaran will write all the glory of the nation sahaja.. Tak aci la kan macam tu.. semata-mata nak cover kelemahan pemimpin yang teruk.

I just viewed the video on the parade against the fuel price hike tu.. i think it was led by Salahuddin Ayub, among other leaders. Kalau aku jadi Paklah la.. malunya aku if rakyat want me to step down. Bukan setakat written protest atau invade website PM ye. Ini dah terang-terangan menyuruh step down. Aku rasa Paklah ni bukan aje tak pandai (memang sejarah pengajian dia pun memahatkan yang dia tak pandai sejak muda-muda lagi kan) tapi bodoh sombong lak tu. Dah tak reti nak melukis, tak payah la berangan nak lukis painting mengalahkan Yusof Gajah atau pelukis Central Market sekalipun. Dah tak reti nak mentadbir, bagi sajalah pada yang lebih berkepimpinan dan berfikiran seperti seorang leader.

Dan selain rakyat Malaysia who have my sympathy, my support also goes to my Tan Sri.. people who are not enlightened can say what they want.. tapi I suggest kenalilah custodian minyak dan gas negara ni dulu.. baru la hentam beb.. nampak berasas sket (kalau argument tu berasas la kan..)

Hmm.. akan adakah coretan tentang perhimpunan sebegini dalam buku teks Sejarah 10 -20 tahun akan datang..? Or some writeup begini "Paklah gagal menjadi pemimpin yang berkesan sehingga memaksa rakyat menukar kerajaan kepada Pakatan Rakyat"

Ntah la.. takpe2.. mak ayah boleh jadi storyteller, haha!

Nak emo jap..
Hmm.. when I was in Form 4 and Form five, I permitted my friends calling me Kak Pah (though I was used to 'Sharifah' all the way before that!) because they justified that it was a symbol of respect towards the headgirl (yes, I was the headgirl!). Later, bila masuk universiti, entah siapa la start calling me Kak Pah (which I recently found out that it was Thana!), boleh kata most of the varsity mates who can be called distant friends called me by that nickname. I hated it actually. Nevertheless I managed to change the nickname to Ira for those close to me. So yang mana panggil Kak Pah tu, they are of course not my close friends, or I personally define as 'member angkat-angkat tangan je'.

Now, kat KLCC, jangan mimpilah I wanna respond to any Kak Pah calling anymore ya.

There is this friend of mine, I wonder why he interchangeably call me Ira and Kak Pah. Recently he needed my help to get into my company. I gave him the contact person and I expect him to liaise directly with her (be independent la wei~). But he kept on bugging me to ask for the updates, which he can easily do it himself. Last Wednesday, he opened a chat conversation with me, by calling 'Ira'. I didn't respond because I was away from my workstation for quite a few hours. Then yesterday, he opened a chat conversation with me again, by calling me 'Kak Pah'. Hell no, I won't respond ok. Nasib kaulah..

Tolong kawan.. ?
To what extent can you help a friend? I used to be inspired of being a good Samaritan, but now, I guess no more miss nice girl. I seldom ask for help from my friends because I don't wanna trouble them, and I don't wanna put the value of friendship on a favor not being fulfilled. But I realized that there are a few friends who take me for granted. Since I can't really confront face to face, I'll say them here
- bila nak bayar hutang?
- see me when you miss me, not when you have problems only.
- I will just be honest, cuz honesty is the best policy, either you like it or not.

Once I read this somewhere.. "Friends come and go, but friendship is there to stay".. I wonder what it means.. seriously I can't figure out any sense there..

But I'm glad so far, I have never encountered this with my Gs. I hope I never will. God willing. Gs, thanks for the sincerity.. =)


Esok..??? I ada date di post office~ haha.. see you there!


msApple said...

hi ira... eija ni. i link ur blog with mine ya... =) been a regular visitor now to urs...

take care

Hafizd said...

hi akak, sungguh terkesan di hati baca post nih. pak lah.. pak lah. bile issue nih nk settle eh

btw,sorry for calling ur nickname before. yeah, i am not closed enough with u. sorry eh.

Anonymous said...

Ira tu nickname manja manja,...
Eera tu nickname masa glamor-glamor
Kak Pah nickname bila dah turn tu makcik-makcik lakan,...

oooklah tu,....!

Sharifah Zahira Syed Iedin said...

Err.. Eera is a misspelled version of Ira ok.

Bila I dah turn makcik2, nama I of course la Auntie Ira :P

[YeOp] said...

get ready for a long comment by me! hehe..

Pak Lah tu memang bebal la. Tak sampai hati sebenarnya nak ckp mcm tu kat PM sendiri. Tapi, nak buat mcm mana. Dah bengang sgt ni! Hahaha~

Today, SAPP MP's are planning to table vote of no confidence against our PM at the parliament next monday.

Kenapa saya cakap Pak Lah bebal? Dah macam2 signal orang kasi. Tapi dia tak paham2 lagi~ Haih..

Pasal Kak Pah tu kan.. hehe.. I know, we dunno each other. Tapi dengan nama Kak Pah tu la saya kenal akak masa kat UTP dulu.

Ok la. Won't call you Kak Pah. Kak Ira sounds nice, right? ;)

Siapa la yang tak kenal Kak Ira. Jadi emcee event sana sini. Nyanyi time eupho lagi tu. Dengar cerita dapat byk giler job offers! Ada betul ka? Dasat2.. *big clap*

Ada date kat post office? Dah claim 'subsidi' petrol la ni yer? Hehe ;)

desh said...

The World is changing faster.

the GUI Microsoft Windows 1985, the web browser Netscape 1994, internet explorer 1995, yahoo 1995, google 1998, facebook 2004.

Giant of Economy
Europe, America, Japan, South East Asia (that's us, and the era had already ended in 1997), China, what's next? Africa?

If you see the pattern of the time line, the world is changing and spinning faster and faster.

Malaysia's politic also appears to fall within the law. And the leaders of Malaysian should realize that nothing stay the same. If the leaders sit back and relax thinking that BN and UMNO will always win, I would like to remind them about a story when Bill Gates slaughtered Netscape by monopoly and introducing IE4 for free, a few years after Netscape is worth hundreds of million.

The World is spinning faster. It never stay the same. There is no absolute security and safety. Even Microsoft had problems with The Anti-Trust Law.

kirill said...

Because 99% Malaysian say bad things about our PM these days, I think I can stop condemning him now. I will let the 99% do the job. Hahaha.

In 2007 there was a movie called Die Hard 4.0 starring Bruce Willis.
For the first time the term 'fire sale' was brought into my attention.
Before Die Hard 4.0 the term fire sale meant "lelong sampai licin, macam Abdul Wahub memberi zakat harta Saddig Sigaraga kepada orang awam dalam movie Tiga Abdul "
In Die Hard 4.0 the term fire sale was to describe an attack by computer hackers on vital networks of the government, infrastructure, and economy and as a result it will bring the government to its knees through widespread chaos and fear.

The attack was staged into 3.
1. disrupting transportation.
2. destroying financial records.
3. disabling the power supply.

Today I read a few headlines in The Star.
1. Small Business In Big Trouble.
2. Contractors on shaky ground
3. Not so cosy for hoteliers.

As I predicted in my previous blog comment.

I think the moment the government announce the fuel price hike to RM2.70. The first stage of our nation 'fire sale' had just started.

The attack was staged into 8.
1. fuel hike to 2.70
2. destroying small business.
3. destroying big business.
4. destroying the very big GLCs.
5. destroying the banking system.
6. destroying the economy.
7. unemployment and VSS.
8. crime rate jump to the roof.

And we are only at stage 2 now. (Whow! long list to come)

I think for the long term, the inflation next month is the least thing to worry about.