Sunday, January 20, 2013

Much Ado About Patrick Teoh Or How To Cow The Cows Till They Come Home To The Condos

One time 'voice of Malaysia' and the country's top DJ, Patrick Teoh, who could be very acerbic even when he was the voice, has got himself into hot soup with the MCMC ( Malaysian Multimedia and Communications Commission) over his facebook posting taking hot potato potshots at Kedah Pas's woman and dancer CNY angpow damper.

Patrick Teoh, who is himself a noted blogger at niamah!!!,  must be wondering what had hit him. Well, Patrick, nothing hits, sorry beats, showbiz as a little hiss and miss if that makes sense.

The hiss maybe yours and the miss, well...

The man has apologised but it is typical that in Bolehland, you cow the cows till they come home to the condos.

Patrick, I am not implying that you are bovine or anything to do with it, except perhaps as a consumer of the liquor of life unless you suffer from hypolactasia (oops, lactose intolerance lah)

Now, if a dozen of words can shaketh or undoeth one's faith, and the divine be brought to its knees, then what mercy and compassion dare and God foreswear?

Sticks and stones may break your bones like the venerable ancients say, but should not the divine and the mundane (more so) stay and not stone and stick?

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