Jala added that as CEO of Pemandu, his first task was to find out what has been done by the organisation to date and would be working closely with Koh and the Pemandu board to chart out the way forward.
Is it only me, but did anyone else reading the above arrived (pun intended) with a smile?
That’s sure a whole lot of “pemandu”s.
Idris Jala seems stuck in his CEO mode to not realize that he is now a Minister instead.
There will be less of a chance for anyone driving anything anywhere when they become Ministers, especially one without any portfolio.
But never mind Mr Jala.
For such a serious news organization, the above paragraph came out very much tongue in cheek.
Not sure if it’s deliberate, though, but if it was, I hope the author had as much fun typing them out as I did reading them.
We sure need all the humorous distractions to dilute the bitter taste from the utterly moronic antics of those in the “cow-head” incident.
I mean, what gives Dudes?
Surely there are some even more creatively ironic ways you can push your cause than to stomp peoples’ toes (and much worse) isn’t there?
There was evidently a good measure of rabble-rousing hatred within the group for the poor dead animal’s head to end up a sick object of derision.
The question must thus be: hatred against who, or what?
The PR state government? The Hindu temple that is yet to be built? Khalid Samad? Khir Toyo?
Wonder who thought up the sick idea. Took some preparation for it to be a-spur-of-the-moment kinda thing.
Sadly, it could have easily be done in a cheeky way that would have made much “healthier” headlines.
As it is, Islam is again dragged into the limelight for all the wrong reasons.
Nicely done, Dumb Asses.
Driving Miss Daisy (1989)