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Monday, January 29, 2007

hello Mr Prime Minister sir

"courage in championing truth, honesty and integrity"

In SG now for the weekend game of Asean Football Championship and spending some time with my parent too. Lucky Singapore won on penalty kicks with overall score of 6-5. The crowd was amazing at the National Stadium, where the Kallang Roar was so often heard. It bring me back to the days of the Malaysian Cup time when i was still a student & freelance designer in Singapore. I also did Fandi's logo and T-Shirt print design for his company than.

I just read Kak Nuraina's latest blog "3540 Jalan Sudin: Hiding Behind The PM" an ex journo blogger formerly from NST. She wrote an interesting insight about our 'Mr Prime Minister' and 'not-so-wise advisers'. Do you think our PM is really dumb...? can be manipulated by this advisers. But for the past 3 years our dear PM is not doing his job and disappoint the expectations of our people who gave him the landslide majority victory. And I am one of them, how about you . . .

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3 Conversation:

on the 1/30/2007 06:16:00 PM, Anonymous lemang manis said...

hey! is that your picture in the postcard? nice design 'ni abang', pasal datuk PM kita. kita rasakan gitu-gitu juga lah.

on the 1/30/2007 07:24:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey nice postcard. i've put it up on my blog again. good work dude!

on the 1/30/2007 11:02:00 PM, Blogger Hatz said...

sadly...yes it is my picture. but i don't really had bloody nose. But the news makes me feel bloody. thank you guys for being here and linking me to your site.


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