Why I Write ...

Purely as a form of expression to the emotions that run riot in my life at different junctures. This blog has seen several title revisions that also reflect the state of being and evolution I am constantly in. If one were to remain stagnant in hope of never changing their temporal present, one will awaken someday to much regret. Life is about living, evolving and adapting to the constant changes all around us.

My spot on the web is essentially a journey along with my monologue ramblings of my coherent mind accompanied by the incoherent thing called life. Read me if you like ... if you don't it is not the end of the world. I am at the very least a believer in humility lifts us further than pride.

Happy trails

29 June 2008

Oh Oh .. Again? June 29, 2008

God, why does this sound like a every decade revisit?

And personally, if my gut feeling is right, I think this is an AI orchestrated sympathy seeking move. He is no new horn in politics. And he knows all too well that, using sodomy a second time against him is just going to send his sympathy scale through the sky.

But really AI, stop buggering people first (figuratively or otherwise) and then let's see how far we get with these melodramas.

And why are you hiding in the Turkish embassy? Don't these middle eastern fellow have a well know affinity to buggering? I mean really, while everyone outside goes into overdrive yet again trying to prove you're all into natural copulation, you'll be having a serving or two of turkish delight me thinks ...

This is another bloody comic pandemonium to distract people from the real issues effecting the you and me on the streets of Malaysia. Who the fook gives a damn if Mr. BA PM candidate bloody enjoys the fine art of buggering ... I DON'T - if that's his sexual perversion let him enjoy it.

I only give a fook that my life is totally devoid of any form of quality, thanks to all the idiotic financial burdens on the Rakyat. Maybe if Mr. BA PM candidate becomes premier of this country, sodomy laws will be amended to allow such to be free practice. And Malaysia be the first safe heaven for practitioners.

In the mean time, I am sure we will be filled with 'He's innocent', 'He is being politically assassinated' blah blah blah ... another politically exciting week ahead I see ...

~.ani really dislikes AI... can you tell?~

Learning the Magalena June 29, 2008

This has to be one of the catchiest tune around ... I think it's about Samba :) and I like dancing ... no doubts here ... would love to start some classes ... be a super way to sweat and have fun (seeing as the best all over workout has not featured in my existence for the longest time ever *ehehhe*)

Not exactly the version I've had my legs in a knot over ... but practise makes perfect :)

I guess I better get cracking and find me some classes or something ... am bored stiff outta my brains and work is making me less and less creative as a person ... *SIGH* - not good, not good at all ...

Any takers to join me?

Unholy Trinity June 29, 2008

I was doing a blog hop a few days back, and I saw on one of the blogs I visit a link to another blog "The Memoirs of the Unholy Trinity" - this triggered something in my head. I remembered reading a book called Unholy Trinity by one Alan John written in 1989.

The ISBN Number for this book is ISBN 9971-65-205-6 and I did a google search for the book ... other than being listed in Crime/Police/Security I could find no online synopsis to share with you ...

Alan John who wrote this was born in 1953 and educated in St. John's Instituition and the University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur. His first job was a reporter for Malaysia's New Straits Times. He moved to Singapore in 1980 to join The Straits Times and was a local new copy editor when the Tao Payoh child killings occurred. Unholy Trinity was his first book.

I have the book. A little worn with time. I think I picked it up at some sale for less than RM2 - and it lay on my bookshelf for some time before I ventured to read it. I won't say that its written in any riveting form that would keep the reader glued to it. However it's factual and to the point.

I have googled to see if any other books were written by Alan John, so far no luck.

What is the Unholy Trinity about? Have you ever heard of the Adrian Lim Murders in the 1980s that shocked and rocked our neighbour across the border? It's also called the Tao Payoh Killings. The link above is a good summary of the chronology of events.

To plagiarize Alan John's cover synopsis :

"The Straits Times, November 26th 1988 : And the Unholy Trinity was no more ...

It all began with the discovery of the bodies of two children in early 1981. A trail of bloodstains led to the flat of Adrian Lim, and thus began the most bizarre murder trial ever held in Singapore with revelations of spirit worship, unnatural sex, and murder

The killings provided a larger-than-life graphic warning to those who are too ready to seek supernatural shortchuts to deal with unhappiness. This book provides an extraordinary view of Singapore in the 1980s - modern, dynamic and spanking new on the outside, but, just below the shiny surface, also a home to charlatans like Lim, who could profit from the folly of those willing to place their lives and spiritual well-being in his hands."

Those who don't fancy graphical blood and gore type details should probably skip reading. Adrian Lim was one sick bastard! and those who went to him for his so called 'powers' - well I guess you can pretty much sum up they were really sorry sods as well.

They made a movie on this apparently in Singapore. Any Singaporeans aware of this? Which apparently didn't win the reviewers. I was too young back then to have gone for a PG rated movie on my own. So I wonder if it's to be found anywhere. If the movie is as slow moving as the book - I can imagine why the ho hum type reviews.

And the killings of the children, it makes me fooking pissed off angry. Kinda reminded me of our own infamous Mona Fandey and did you know a 2007 movie was made based on her life? It's called Dukun. Amir Muhammad also made a short film in 2002 called Mona for his 6horts series.

Anyways ... this was just triggered because of a blog title ... although most certainly the contents of the blog have nothing to do with Adrian Lim or his strange acts. While Googling around, I was suddenly reminded of Bentong Kali and Botak Chin (another movie in production) ... I have some thoughts on these two as well (not likely what the 'protectors' of our innocence would like to hear no doubt) ... both shot to smithereens during our infamously attention seeking IGP in the days of yore Zaman Khan - who can forget that pose upon the rubble of the Highland Towers tragedy.

~.ani over did the net surfing you probably think?~

She's 50% Malaysian ... June 28, 2008

I Fell In Love with the DJ by Che'Nelle surprised we ain't shouting it out too much - hot chick :)) and nice moves eheheh.

Enjoy the song ... I know it gets me dancing every time I hear it ... Get up and shake that bootie baby ... :))

DJ yang Ku Puja - the Malay version :)) - you can see how hard we've tried to save the diminishing morals of the Malaysian youth by only having stills and no dance sequence ... ahahah Good Grief!

~.ani shakes bootie eheheheh~