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  1. #46
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    Quote Originally Posted by tupai
    aiyah..dont ask lah...we all know but this new nick is lots more friendlier, less confrontational and not condescending...and not challenging peep 4 a fight under the skirt of a faceless nick lah.

    Me? i am awaiting a face2face with some 1coward nick, and he/she gonna get a knuckle sandwich on MY house, if he/she have the misfortune to meet the MAD man... Serious.


    Yang Bernama keithkhoo latotupai
    pening again .confusedededed . anyway ..you seriously got to calm down .

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    Quote Originally Posted by wsl
    Who teaches these people to flaunt the law? If you do drive around schools, all these habits of queue jumping, double or triple parking, no seatbelts, holding baby and children in the front seat and once I saw a young child sleeping on the mother chest while she was driving on the highway.

    If each of us cultivate good habits and teaches our children likewise, our country will have a better future.

    Example (Double parking)

    21-6-2010.Around 1pm.In front of Cheng Lock school USJ 15 plus 2 way traffic jam.
    Have A Nice Day

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    Not only the front, ungkb, the side gate there is worse! The lane beside Petronas is already narrow and parents will always park there to wait for their children.

    I made it a point to avoid that road during 'peak' hours.

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    Triple Parking

    Example: School hours during peak period in front of Sri KL. If the above occurred, half the road will be blocked thereby posing a problem for oncoming traffic especially buses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ungkb
    Example: School hours during peak period in front of Sri KL. If the above occurred, half the road will be blocked thereby posing a problem for oncoming traffic especially buses.
    The mad jam in front of Sri KL caused by indiscriminate parking by irresponsible parents/drivers is only half the problem.

    The other half is the police - they stand there and let it happen, just watching the two lanes road becoming a parking lot…!!!!

    And the root cause is the school, do something to enable the parents/driver to pick-up their kid in a way that would not obstructing the traffic.

    And for those parents of Sri KL students, request the school to make this happen. You pay exorbitant private school fee, certainly you don’t want to look like a @#X on the road (in front tof the school).

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    In johor where i used to work, my security manager had a fight with another parent who blocked his car after picking up his own son and that was in front of the whole school!! I really cannot understand their mentality. If i was the son i wouldnt know where to put my head but they seemed so proud of it.

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    Next gen no better if parents dun teach right thing.
    My girls were q 4 when a mom told her kid 2 cut q and she told her kid my girls won't mind! My outspoken younger girl gave the kid a lecture on q cutting n the kid went to back of q. Hope the mom heard it.

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    My younger son who is quite slightly built will tap on whoever jump queue and tell the fella to queue. I once saw him tell off a boy who was like one and a half head taller than him and that boy sheepishly went to the back. Maybe my son knows that we were standing close by but he has always been taught to be courteous and not jump queue.

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    Your son's Da Man. If he migrate to Tupailand, he would be confered Latoship by His Highness -for bravery and intergrity,
    Meanwhile, I would like to to present him a free Zinglicious Bananarama for picking someone bigger than his size.
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    Unpleasant Experience

    I went to a bank in USJ 10 on a weekday.

    I was queueing up behind a lady at cheque / normal counter counter.The lady was depositing 4 figure in cash and was complaining to the officer saying should have put up a notice saying a counter for both.
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    Cheers bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sagamihara
    The mad jam in front of Sri KL caused by indiscriminate parking by irresponsible parents/drivers is only half the problem.

    The other half is the police - they stand there and let it happen, just watching the two lanes road becoming a parking lot…!!!!

    And the root cause is the school, do something to enable the parents/driver to pick-up their kid in a way that would not obstructing the traffic.

    And for those parents of Sri KL students, request the school to make this happen. You pay exorbitant private school fee, certainly you don’t want to look like a @#X on the road (in front tof the school).
    i wud blame the police and sri kl for allowing it to get out of control.

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    The police should stand there for a week issuing summones and then you can see the effect of the enforcement. In Malaysia we have all the laws but enforcement is highly lacking or selective so much so that people are brazen enough to commit offences right under the eyes of the cops who just let it go.

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    Triple Parking

    Once during weekday morning peak I saw 1 officer standing next to the entrance of Sri KL but triple parking still occur some distance away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cml
    The police should stand there for a week issuing summones and then you can see the effect of the enforcement. In Malaysia we have all the laws but enforcement is highly lacking or selective so much so that people are brazen enough to commit offences right under the eyes of the cops who just let it go .....
    hahahaaaaaa... [till the point of choking!!]

    the cops ain't stupid, yunno!!!

    issuing summons to Alphards and Lexus, Beemers and Mercs is a bloody waste of time... them tai-tais would probably just take that piece of paper (without even batting a fake eyelash!) and give to their hubbies who would either make a few calls or just throw it out of 'his' moving 4 wheeled chaffeured bungalow priced vehicle....

    hell... them cops might as well go to McD corner of SS15 and issue summons over there to cars, priced below 100Ks - better chances of them summons being paid...

    by the way, try the LDP-USJ entrance every morning and evening if you really wanna be irritated by queue jumpers...
    One fine day - some IDIOT is gonna get whacked by a speeding lorry or tanker for stopping and trying to Q-jump... not that others will learn from it either...

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