Sunday, December 19, 2010

Taib remarried?

If this is true, it is a shock. He lost Laila just last year and it came with such a sudden news. A few points of thought:-

His image of being a nice husband to Laila was almost a joke. Perhaps he was too afraid of Laila and behaved as a mouse.

Why 74 years old and 30+? No doubt that he likes young woman. Viagra or Pokok Bintangor?

Why from Lebanon? This is another doubt on why the woman has to be imported and how he got to know her.

Lastly, if the woman is again much taller than him. As usual, a habit.
[Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes]
By The Malaysian Insider

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 18 — As speculation mounts over Sarawak’s polls, state Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud has instead gone ahead to marry a Lebanese, believed to be a former flight attendant, in Kuching last night.

Umno’s Utusan Malaysia and political sources said the 74-year-old widower’s private wedding was officiated by Sarawak Mufti Kipli Yassin. The wedding reception is scheduled for tonight, the newspaper reported.

Asked to comment on the reported marriage after a dinner and dialogue with Chinese associations last night, the newspaper quoted the chief minister as saying:”Not yet.”

Abdul Taib’s wife Puan Sri Laila Taib died of cancer in April 2009. They had been married since 1959 and have four children — Jamilah, Mahmud Abu Bekir, Sulaiman Abdul Rahman and Hanifah apart from 15 grandchildren.

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Price Hike

There is only one good item: sugar.
We should consume less sugar. Don't you know that we all are over weighted?
Tobacco is bad for health and the price got higher and higher ever since. The sugar should be the same. Let's drink half each time.

PUTRAJAYA: The prices for RON95 petrol and diesel will increase by 5sen per litre at midnight (12.01am Dec 4) while the prices of liquified petroleum gas (LPG) and sugar will be up by 5sen and 20sen per kg respectively.

RON95 would be raised to RM1.90 per litre from the current RM1.85 while price of diesel would be retailed at RM1.80 per litre. LPG and sugar will cost RM1.90 and RM2.10 per kg respectively.