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    Quote Originally Posted by Scooty View Post
    What did you read? Mind sharing?
    Put it this way, I know him personally and he is level headed, wouldn't do something against the law, but he must have been so provoked or taunted that he ought to "reprimand" that offender because there are many sickening attitudes on Malaysian roads every minute of the day somewhere. "Enough is enough", as the saying goes. Then you have the rest of Malaysia siding that "woman" because of general perception that woman is the weaker one. What that female driver did wasn't seemingly exactly right or deserved, according to his FB response.

    Tell me...if your sister or some female person exhibited some obnoxious gesture to frustrate you..You keep very cool? You still think she's some weaker woman?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bslee View Post
    Put it this way, I know him personally and he is level headed, wouldn't do something against the law, but he must have been so provoked or taunted that he ought to "reprimand" that offender because there are many sickening attitudes on Malaysian roads every minute of the day somewhere. "Enough is enough", as the saying goes. Then you have the rest of Malaysia siding that "woman" because of general perception that woman is the weaker one. What that female driver did wasn't seemingly exactly right or deserved, according to his FB response.

    Tell me...if your sister or some female person exhibited some obnoxious gesture to frustrate you..You keep very cool? You still think she's some weaker woman?
    I think you could be spot on as to what might have occurred.

    Anyone can 'flip' given the right provocation these days.....there are way too many 'external forces' that cloud our rationale.

    Though the act cannot be condoned....a benefit of doubt must be offered till we know the real story......plus he's 'family' to many regulars in this Forum.....and so, we must offer our support to help ease his challenges ahead.
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    Yes, let's wait for the other side of the story
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    I'm forming my own view from what little I've read from both sides. I will NOT be judge, jury, executioner like so many other comments found on that blog and FB site pointing to crucify him.
    Alright, I'll say no more..I hope he comes out of it and move on in life. We all learn lessons everyday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kuma View Post
    Anyone can 'flip' given the right provocation these days.....there are way too many 'external forces' that cloud our rationale.

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    I've seen a lot of hell drivers on the road who thinks he owns the road.

    No provocation should result in any physical damage to either victim or car.

    If your mum scold you bcos you misbehave, does that give you the right to hit your mum?

    A truly level headed person as some forummer here claim will just apologise instead of resorting to violence.


    another road bully incident.

    http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Natio...female-driver/
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    Quote Originally Posted by bslee View Post

    Tell me...if your sister or some female person exhibited some obnoxious gesture to frustrate you..You keep very cool? You still think she's some weaker woman?
    It's not a matter of who is the weaker sex.

    It's a matter of who resorted to violence over a trivial matter.

    If the victim was a burly man, it could have ended up in death of either person over a trivial matter.

    If somebody honked at you, just ask yourself whether you did anything wrong. If you did, correct the behavior, if not, just forget it.

    Remember the incident where the brother playing games on internet killed his sister when sister scolded him for not studying his books? Now,he has to regret all his life, is it worth it to resort to violence over trivial matter?

    anyway, we'll see what'll the judge going to say.


    there is a chinese saying, gentlemen don't resort to violence but can resort to scolding. dung kou bu dung sou.
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    My response in blue:

    It's not a matter of who is the weaker sex. Matter of personal view and situation at hand. Your emotions may just get the better of you. Remember we're only human.

    It's a matter of who resorted to violence over a trivial matter. The events that followed over this by sensationalizing it didn't result in this being "trivial". Of course everyone is entitled to think it could be.

    If the victim was a burly man, it could have ended up in death of one person over a trivial matter. Then its up to the judgement of the "victim" or those who feel threatened to act accordingly like getting away from it. But again, not everyone can react appropriately or fast enough when in danger or adversity. Recalling that incident at Kuantan, I would admire the "victim" had acted appropriately and with no further bad or violent consequences to the situation, but so sensationalized in the news.

    If somebody honked at you, just ask yourself whether you did anything wrong. If you did, correct the behavior, if not, just forget it. Again, you or others generally think of this when sane or not into this situation, and could react differently when faced with it in reality.

    Remember the incident where the brother playing games on internet killed his sister when sister scolded him for not studying his books? Now,he has to regret all his life, is it worth it to resort to violence over trivial matter? Back to the 1st point.

    there is a chinese saying, gentlemen don't resort to violence but can resort to scolding. dung kou bu dung sou. Again and again, we all may know this at the back of our mind (from any past civic lessons), back to the 1st point again.

    My 2 sen if its worth any, Lastly, if man makes a mistake for any reason and IF local law have the upper hand with due punishment or penalty just because you went on the offensive, then you're screwed!
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    One of the most irritating things you often see is slow driving.

    Driving way below speed limit can irritates other drivers on the road...eg doing 30 kmh in a 60 kmh zone or
    doing 70 kmh in a 100 kmh zone.

    It is about obstruction the smooth traffic flow.

    These featherfoot drivers should be fine for slow driving and many were fined in NSW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Naka View Post
    One of the most irritating things you often see is slow driving.
    Driving way below speed limit can irritates other drivers on the road...eg doing 30 kmh in a 60 kmh zone or
    doing 70 kmh in a 100 kmh zone.
    It is about obstruction the smooth traffic flow.
    These featherfoot drivers should be fine for slow driving and many were fined in NSW.
    Well, you know quite well, civil mindness isn't in the mind of most like in some developed or very civilized countries. People have the tendency to "act civilized" ONLY when it suit them. Laws and regulations are secondary. (I won't deny I'm sometimes like that..or like people say, monkey see, monkey do! Yup, I admit it!) But when lots of people act the same, thats where it spell TROUBLE and its not good in the best interests of the nation!
    THE TENDENCY TO FLOUT regulations, laws, acts, corrupt acts and all IS HIGH HERE and people continue do whatever they think is right and as long as they're NOT CAUGHT! Why do you think THOUSANDS line up at PDRM to pay fines or when ordered to pay up? And it goes on year after year..people DO NOT LEARN ANYTHING!
    So what does that tell you, or this place is still in denial! We have a lot of barbarians on the road and thats one major reason of over regulated laws in place.
    BTW, my observation of city taxis being "irritatingly slow around highways or other journeys" are very evident. I think its almost 100% to what you observe at Aussie, just that nobody are going to punish them.
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    Well, we have yet to hear his side of the story. What he did in the spur of moment was certainly not right but the widespread publicity has painted him all bad when he is not...
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    Quote Originally Posted by umadavid View Post
    Well, we have yet to hear his side of the story. What he did in the spur of moment was certainly not right but the widespread publicity has painted him all bad when he is not...
    Yes, its fair to wait till the outcome patiently. In all fairness not to be like some mob with emotional condemning comments when we know nothing much, hearsay or monkey see monkey do. No need for barbarism.
    Be fair to all accused..if modern justice is desired. This is where I think where justice served can be swayed by public emotion. Not good at all.
    What I'm amazed is an incident maybe deemed trivial or not really important is picked up and on front page news in the MS media after going viral on the internet. Shows what kind of society we live in, the slightest outrage gets prime news, from any controversial political/religious/racial comment to any other sensitive/unusual event. We are fast being a ludicrous place. As if there's no other prime news in the best interest of the nation at large! Sickening!

    Latest: as of 3PM... its become FRONT PAGE HEADLINES!
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    Many a time the 'victim' is the provoker and perpetrator of the incident. After that they play on people's sympathy expecially those who were not party to what was happening earlier.
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    Me too,i know him personally,won,t do such a thing unless ....let,s hear the other side first.Last weet he call me to do a community project with him...Nice guy.I pray for him.
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    Nice guys?..speaking about them.. These days I'm extremely careful in my choice of friends or acquaintances I meet anywhere from Facebook to on the street.
    You never know the devil lurking inside them and risk a ton of bricks falling on you the moment you seem to "offend" them in some way...the mind works in mysterious ways. I think I'm happier being a nobody no one knows much. Just digressing!..nothing related to the main subject of interest here.
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    our traffic congestion is already at the height of it's madness compounded with reckless and bad driving on our road these days. It's an effort to stay calm and cool. Can't say I've never thought of getting out of my car to confront drivers whom almost caused me my life. I've met him a few times, level headed and i believe he has been victimized in this particular incident.
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