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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    All sports come under the perview of Sports Minister, same as all health issues come under Health Ministry.
    Datuk Azalina is Sports Minister, she questions, why this sports not performing,etc. NSC reports to Sports Minister.
    Budget for sports is approved by Cabinet with recommendation of Sports Ministry. They are policy makers and have the power to change the workings of sports in Msia.
    If not, what is the point of having a Sports Minister.

    For badminton, Sports Ministry pressure NSC, NSC pressurizes BAM, the coaches and players to show they doing their job - remember a lot of 'calling up of coaches & players' after debacle at WC 2007.
    Rexy was looking 'resah tentang prestasi tidak menentu anak buahnya' - in those couple of months. Lots of pressure esp on KKK/TBH and LCW. Indonesia players, according to Indonesian BCers, arent in such pressure cooker.

    Same as Nicol David, LCW. Nicol just lost 2 tournaments, won 8 in 2007(a record in itself). The 2 losses - 'penjelasan' is needed to justify the $$$$ the government invest for her overseas training. <Sigh>

    If I'm a parent reading that, I wont encourage my children to take up elit sports. Might as well be entrepreneur(like Ants), still earn lots of money, much less pressure.
    What is the most popular sports in Malaysia. I would say football, agree?

    Which sport body or association receive the most grant? I would say football, agree??

    If thats the case, why you still see the same heads heading FAM year in, year out?? Why no explaination needed despite our national team being at the bottom of the bottom in FIFA ranking??

    We just got thrashed by Vietnam 3-1 in the SEA games. Can you imagine, even Vietnam is better than us. Oh yes, we beat mighty Laos 4-0. Anyone proud of this??

    Maybe I should rub it in a little .... even tiny little Singapore qualified for the WC qualifying 2nd round.

    If any kids wanna venture into sports in Malaysia, take up individual sports like badminton, tennis, golf, bowling, etc.

    Let me end with .... Malaysia Boleh!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by koo_fan View Post
    any award for this nominees?
    Of course, you win an award too.
    It's a free one-month-long holiday with Li Yongbo
    Please don't forget to send me your details

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    All sports come under the perview of Sports Minister, same as all health issues come under Health Ministry.
    Datuk Azalina is Sports Minister, she questions, why this sports not performing,etc. NSC reports to Sports Minister.
    Budget for sports is approved by Cabinet with recommendation of Sports Ministry. They are policy makers and have the power to change the workings of sports in Msia.
    If not, what is the point of having a Sports Minister.

    For badminton, Sports Ministry pressure NSC, NSC pressurizes BAM, the coaches and players to show they doing their job - remember a lot of 'calling up of coaches & players' after debacle at WC 2007.
    Rexy was looking 'resah tentang prestasi tidak menentu anak buahnya' - in those couple of months. Lots of pressure esp on KKK/TBH and LCW. Indonesia players, according to Indonesian BCers, arent in such pressure cooker.

    Same as Nicol David, LCW. Nicol just lost 2 tournaments, won 8 in 2007(a record in itself). The 2 losses - 'penjelasan' is needed to justify the $$$$ the government invest for her overseas training. <Sigh>

    If I'm a parent reading that, I wont encourage my children to take up elit sports. Might as well be entrepreneur(like Ants), still earn lots of money, much less pressure.
    im not happy with azalina.
    is that ok ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post
    Of course, you win an award too.
    It's a free one-month-long holiday with Li Yongbo
    Please don't forget to send me your details
    haha.. oldhand..u really something.
    at least bright up my day.

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    my vote for multi-quote of the year

    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post
    My vote for advice of the year:
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    Originally Posted by wilfredlgf
    Being 'in your face' is good, but the ones that make impressions aren't the one that are loudest, it's the one that actually makes sense.

    My vote for mixed metaphor of the year:
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    Originally Posted by Pemuda
    it will be difficult for one to see the trees through the forest especially when one's head is stucked in the sand.

    My vote for understatement of the year:
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    Originally Posted by koo_fan
    ok.i really dont want to involve.

    (Of course, what followed was an extra long post )

    My vote for certified truth of the year:
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    Originally Posted by koo_fan
    if u are in singapore (ur darling country) and u give this kind of criticises to the government,u are done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by koo_fan View Post
    im not happy with azalina.
    is that ok ?
    My dear,

    After thinking long and hard about things, I think you are right about me not having anything positive to say about Malaysia.

    I am going to say whats good about Malaysia. So here goes:

    In KKK/TBH we won the Asian Games gold after a long long long time. They also won the AE. Our badminton stars have delivered several top titles to the country i.e. our shuttlers won the PO men singles two years in a row Haifiz in 2006 and LCW 2007. Hafiz also won the AE in 2003 and was the Commonwealth Games champion in 2002. We are also great hosts i.e we hosted the WC this year.

    We are also doing great in other sports, in football we won the Merdeka tournament.

    As for other things, I am also happy that for being in a certain group I am entitled special privileges i.e. a 7% discount should I buy a house, scholarship even if my grades are slightly above average, business grants should I decide to venture into business and other special rights.

    In your PM to me, you mentioned about us being the overlords. I like that term and the benefits that comes with it.

    Malaysia Boleh!
    Last edited by Pemuda; 12-04-2007 at 08:49 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pemuda View Post
    My dear,

    After thinking long and hard about things, I think you are right about me not having anything positive to say about Malaysia.

    I am going to say whats good about Malaysia. So here goes:

    In KKK/TBH we won the Asian Games gold after a long long long time. They also won the AE. Our badminton stars have delivered several top titles to the country i.e. our shuttlers won the PO men singles two years in a row Haifiz in 2006 and LCW 2007. Hafiz also won the AE in 2003 and was the Commonwealth Games champion in 2002. We are also great hosts i.e we hosted the WC this year.

    We are also doing great in other sports, in football we won the Merdeka tournament.

    As for other things, I am also happy that for being in a certain group I am entitled special privileges i.e. a 7% discount should I buy a house, scholarship even if my grades are slightly above average, business grants should I decide to venture into business and other special rights.

    In your PM to me, you mentioned about us being the overlords. I like that term and the benefits that comes with it.

    Malaysia Boleh!
    This is a nice, warm and refreshing post

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    I suppose what is PM'ed should stay as a PM, or at least implicitly implied, don't you think Pemuda mate?

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    We are going off topic here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pemuda View Post
    My dear,

    After thinking long and hard about things, I think you are right about me not having anything positive to say about Malaysia.

    I am going to say whats good about Malaysia. So here goes:

    In KKK/TBH we won the Asian Games gold after a long long long time. They also won the AE. Our badminton stars have delivered several top titles to the country i.e. our shuttlers won the PO men singles two years in a row Haifiz in 2006 and LCW 2007. Hafiz also won the AE in 2003 and was the Commonwealth Games champion in 2002. We are also great hosts i.e we hosted the WC this year.

    We are also doing great in other sports, in football we won the Merdeka tournament.

    As for other things, I am also happy that for being in a certain group I am entitled special privileges i.e. a 7% discount should I buy a house, scholarship even if my grades are slightly above average, business grants should I decide to venture into business and other special rights.

    In your PM to me, you mentioned about us being the overlords. I like that term and the benefits that comes with it.

    Malaysia Boleh!
    I would say that with your articulateness and drive, channeled in the right direction.... I see no reason why yourself as an individual would not qualify in any free market for the above bolded matters.
    Last edited by jug8man; 12-04-2007 at 09:06 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilfredlgf View Post
    I suppose what is PM'ed should stay as a PM, or at least implicitly implied, don't you think Pemuda mate?
    Heard of how a teaser ad works?

    The core of the PM or the juicy part will of course stay private, mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pemuda View Post
    My dear,

    After thinking long and hard about things, I think you are right about me not having anything positive to say about Malaysia.

    I am going to say whats good about Malaysia. So here goes:

    In KKK/TBH we won the Asian Games gold after a long long long time. They also won the AE. Our badminton stars have delivered several top titles to the country i.e. our shuttlers won the PO men singles two years in a row Haifiz in 2006 and LCW 2007. Hafiz also won the AE in 2003 and was the Commonwealth Games champion in 2002. We are also great hosts i.e we hosted the WC this year.

    We are also doing great in other sports, in football we won the Merdeka tournament.

    As for other things, I am also happy that for being in a certain group I am entitled special privileges i.e. a 7% discount should I buy a house, scholarship even if my grades are slightly above average, business grants should I decide to venture into business and other special rights.

    In your PM to me, you mentioned about us being the overlords. I like that term and the benefits that comes with it.

    Malaysia Boleh!
    hmm.pemuda.u didnt answer my post.
    ur answer have nothing to do with azalina.
    is that ok for me to be unhappy with azalina?as i have no rights to say something bad about her.she did work on her job.and me?

    and private stay private.dont have to say anything more about it.its over and we have declare peace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jug8man View Post
    I would say that with your articulateness and drive, channeled in the right direction.... I see no reason why yourself as an individual would not qualify in any free market for the above bolded matters.
    what do u mean by 'channeled in right direction'?

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    Quote Originally Posted by koo_fan View Post
    i will ask the last question.the last..what is ur purpose when u are revealing all this in this public forum,international forum,let others know how bad was our country..?what do u gained from this?
    Why do you care so much what others are thinking about Malaysia?

    Is it a fact that Malaysia is still lacking in many areas! (security, education, sports, etc).

    That's why we are being labeled by others as a developing nation and not a developed nation.

    koo_fan, even if we covered all these shortcomings behind closed door, others will still know. Don't tell me that you honestly think that others will not know if we did not discuss it here!

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    There are shortcomings in every country. Let's leave it at that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilfredlgf View Post
    There are shortcomings in every country. Let's leave it at that.
    but Malaysia has more.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by koo_fan View Post
    hmm.pemuda.u didnt answer my post.
    ur answer have nothing to do with azalina.
    is that ok for me to be unhappy with azalina?as i have no rights to say something bad about her.she did work on her job.and me?

    and private stay private.dont have to say anything more about it.its over and we have declare peace.
    Errr ... you questions were not directed to me. Please refer back to post #71.

    Of course you would want your PM to me to stay private ...

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