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  1. #31
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    I foresee like no change in weather for next 2-3 weeks..its going to get desperate. As for those stores..its business...got money to make...make lor!.. even if its from people's woes or desperate situation. Its survival...willing buyer, willing seller.

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    I noted USJ not effect by water rationing. [?]
    USJ is not listed in Zone 1 or Zone 2.
    http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Natio...ps-starting-t/

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    I may be wrong but.... me think everytime the authorities do their water rationing - a whole bunch of residential users would go overboard and store water ( like there will be NO MORE water supply FOREVER ) thus increasing the usage of water in areas affected/planned.... and then half these residential users would DUMP the stored water as their taps still flows water.....

    Then again....

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    Quote Originally Posted by USJ27Resident View Post
    I may be wrong but.... me think everytime the authorities do their water rationing - a whole bunch of residential users would go overboard and store water ( like there will be NO MORE water supply FOREVER ) thus increasing the usage of water in areas affected/planned.... and then half these residential users would DUMP the stored water as their taps still flows water.....

    Then again....
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    Then again, people have to bath, flush the toilets, and actually carry on as normal as possible, not exactly about drinking water or for cooking.. IMHO..
    2 days toilet don't flush...where to pangsai?...2 days no pangsai (can do at ofis for adults lah) for everyone at home? young kids don't bath after a whole day stink from school after a hot sweaty weather?
    Next change...no electricity...lagi kesal!

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    Rationing should have began for the affected areas....for the others.....Save Water, Don't Waste


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    More on Water Deal.....

    'Selangor water deal suspect, possibly illegal, says PKR’s Rafizi' >>> Read@MM

    "Could cost as high as RM20 billion" >>> More@MI

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    My tap is still flowing but don't know for how long.
    " In the land of the blind the one-eyed-jack is king."

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuma View Post
    More on Water Deal.....

    'Selangor water deal suspect, possibly illegal, says PKR’s Rafizi' >>> Read@MM

    "Could cost as high as RM20 billion" >>> More@MI

    I don't know who or which side to believe anymore. All crows/ravens are the same black colour.

    The people are the chips in their political game. We are on our own, baby. They will still shamelessly take our tax money, nevertheless.
    " In the land of the blind the one-eyed-jack is king."

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    Any big deals that take place and the tax payer nowadays aren't exactly transparent is open to questions and controversy...THATS MALAYSIA FOR YOU NOW!.. It shows how bad things really are in this era. Spoilt to the brim!
    Lobsided agreements are the WORST!...and it burden the rakyat for generations...yet people still INSIST them to rule...I geleng kepala!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuma View Post
    More on Water Deal.....

    'Selangor water deal suspect, possibly illegal, says PKR’s Rafizi' >>> Read@MM

    "Could cost as high as RM20 billion" >>> More@MI
    Only 'assumptions' says MB, to 'reveal all' soon.......

    ‘Assumptions’, MB Khalid says>>> Read@MM


    Quote Originally Posted by Henry T View Post
    I don't know who or which side to believe anymore. All crows/ravens are the same black colour.

    The people are the chips in their political game. We are on our own, baby. They will still shamelessly take our tax money, nevertheless.
    Ah!....politics .......lets play, 'Ring Around The Roses'.....Welcome To Mother Goose Club



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    Wow! We are having another rain now. Quite heavy too. Great.
    " In the land of the blind the one-eyed-jack is king."

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    I am of the opinion that we have taken our abundance of water for granted... We should take it upon ourselves to not waste water as our way of life. Just take a closer look at how you use water and you can probably identify ways to 'not waste' water.

    How many of you let the tap runs while you're brushing your teeth?
    or let the kitchen tap flows while you were scrubbing the plates?

    U might say, just a bit only mah, won't die one... If every other household does that, that's MILLIONS of households doing that... That's MILLIONS LITRES of treated water going to waste on a daily basis.

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    Putra Heights water cut yesterday.
    " In the land of the blind the one-eyed-jack is king."

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    Waste is one big issue but Klang Valley and Selangor is growing so fast, more and more housing estates, more high rise living, more businesses using water as primary requirement, restaurants everywhere.. the demand is very great everyday.

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