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  1. #391
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    There's always a lot of arrogant, uncaring, LCLY people everywhere.. comes from upbringing and wrong influences from the kind of people they mingle with, not just education.
    But I've seen just as many caring people in LRT and trains, mostly locals...since I use it often to go to the city. And for those common foreigners we have here in the trains?..you can spit at them expect them to show generosity, they won't batter an eyelid?.. Never hope!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bslee View Post
    There's always a lot of arrogant, uncaring, LCLY people everywhere.. comes from upbringing and wrong influences from the kind of people they mingle with, not just education...
    That's true. Some even pay a small token fee to hire small-time gangster to get their dirty jobs done..

    Hopefully, we don't have such scumbags in USJ/SJ now. I guess most have shifted to other state or town.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenwich View Post
    That's true. Some even pay a small token fee to hire small-time gangster to get their dirty jobs done..

    Hopefully, we don't have such scumbags in USJ/SJ now. I guess most have shifted to other state or town.
    Some people just want to pretend he is a nice person but behaviour like this doesn't reflect so.... sorry to be frank !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naka View Post
    Some people just want to pretend he is a nice person but behaviour like this doesn't reflect so.... sorry to be frank !
    Just cannot pretend.

    Like the popular saying - a leopard can't change its spots...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bslee View Post
    There's always a lot of arrogant, uncaring, LCLY people everywhere.. comes from upbringing and wrong influences from the kind of people they mingle with, not just education.
    The average Msian is arrogant, rude and selfish. A few days ago, A few cars tried to cut my queue in the Sunway toll from the side without giving me any signal nearly knocked into my car.

    Worst of all, when I horned at him, he thinks he has more right than me to the road when he's the one cutting queue . He was staring at me angrily. There were even some red cones there to prevent cutting lanes but he ignored the cone and just cut into another lane which is at a standstill.

    Msian morality education has failed to educate properly.

    If you go to Thailand, you'll notice the average people there are much more polite.
    They talk softly, polite and queue up properly. They are not as selfish as Msians 'me first' attitude.

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    ng, these queue jumpers are waiting to collect their "birth certificates" aka tou toy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jan tomaswaki View Post
    ng, these queue jumpers are waiting to collect their "birth certificates" aka tou toy.
    It's really disgraceful that in Msia, people have to pay toll to get stuck before and after the sunway toll booth.

    We should pay toll NOT to get stuck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ng View Post
    If you go to Thailand, you'll notice the average people there are much more polite.
    They talk softly, polite and queue up properly. They are not as selfish as Msians 'me first' attitude.
    That's because motorists know half the people driving or on bikes have a revolver under their belt.... bang! bang! end of story....

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    It could be the same here if there wasn't the ultimate judicial penalty in illegal possession of firearm. Armed criminals are better off shot dead than captured, they die either way.

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    If we are allowed to carry firearms here we will probably see shooting deaths due to queue jumping at a rojak stall.
    " In the land of the blind the one-eyed-jack is king."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry T View Post
    If we are allowed to carry firearms here we will probably see shooting deaths due to queue jumping at a rojak stall.
    Malaysians will never be allowed to freely carry firearms, past, present and the future.. period! Malaysia is never ready for this...NEVER WILL! You can't even carry a parang around for self defence, let alone anything else.
    The law have always been there and you risk a greater chance of being punished to your peril! That's how it is here. You are forbidden to serve any justice by your own hands.
    If there's people to be armed and should be armed, its all those "qualified" security guards for banks, buildings, shops, etc. Of course they must be trained well. But that oso cannot do.. its blardi expensive to hire such personnel and establishments aren't happy at prices...simple as that!

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    Date : 27-9-2015

    Location : Pasar Seni bus hub

    Time : 4.42pm

    Route No : U63

    Remark : A middle age lady.Wearing a blouse , long skirt & short hair.She arrived at that location & went to the front of the queue.
    Have A Nice Day

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    Location : PKD Petaling Pharmacy

    Time : 7.25 am

    Date : 16.10.2017

    Remark : Senior citizen guy. Striped blue & black short sleeved with collar. Khaki shorts. Slippers. Immediately 'slot in' behind me instead going towards the back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry T View Post
    If we are allowed to carry firearms here we will probably see shooting deaths due to queue jumping at a rojak stall.
    You may carry a 9mm Glock, the other person may be carrying a .45 Magnum!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ungkb View Post
    Location : PKD Petaling Pharmacy

    Time : 7.25 am

    Date : 16.10.2017

    Remark : Senior citizen guy. Striped blue & black short sleeved with collar. Khaki shorts. Slippers. Immediately 'slot in' behind me instead going towards the back.

    With partial bald & receding hairline.

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