- The Singaporean and his white-and-orange Porsche
- Anti-vaxxers are spreading the rumour that the Director of the Chemnitz clinic in Germany left a letter blaming "lies about vaccination" for killing himself but police deny the existence of such a letter
- Christian Perronne claims wrongly that vaccinated people must be isolated from society (…) they are dangerous for others
- Did a Jo Wright write a Message to the New Zealand Prime Minister? That's what "Wirral In It Together" claims but where is the link?
- Arrested: Man who took woman's hand bag and said, Go to balai
- Did you know that Michael Yeadon, ex Pfizer scientist and a god of anti vaxxers, subscribes to Henry Makow's New World Order conspiracy theory?
- Global Halal
- Ipoh, Little India: It was not an ordinary funeral procession, as it had a low-flying helicopter and horses
- Lembah Beringin, the abandoned Ghost Town in Selangor...
- Nancy Pelosi did not rip the Bible into two
- 7,067,545 hits
Monthly Archives: October 2011
________________________________________________ 20 June 2016 Malay Mail Online @themmailonline 6h6 hours ago Tonka the Sad Wombat that warmed hearts dies in Australia http://bit.ly/28Ij5DP … SYDNEY, June 20 — An Australian wombat who became depressed after a massive cyclone tore through his … Continue reading
____________________________________________________________ SUGAR: SWEET TO THE TASTE BUT NOT SWEET FOR YOUR LIFE! ____________________________________________________ … Arrhythmia: a condition in which the heart beats with an irregular or abnormal rhythm. JUNE 19, 2020 Daily coffee may lower risk for developing arrhythmia Regular coffee … Continue reading
________________________________________________ On a tip from Scott Thong The world’s fastest rugby player JAN 31 2013 Carlin Isles is one of the world’s fastest men at the 100 meters but that wasn’t good enough to make the US Olympic team. So … Continue reading
______________________________________________ Sundaily Malaysian horror films rise from the dead Posted on 21 March 2012 – 01:19pm Last updated on 21 March 2012 – 01:43pm KUALA LUMPUR (March 21, 2012): Haunted highways, an oil-smeared ghoul prowling villages for virgins, vampiress spirits … Continue reading
______________________________________________ CENTIPEDES (from Wikipedia) There are 8,000 species of centipedes. Centipedes (from Latin prefix centi-, “hundred”, and pes, pedis, “foot”) are arthropods belonging to the class Chilopoda of the subphylum Myriapoda. They have one pair of legs per body segment. … Continue reading
____________________________________________ Child sacrifice is the ritualistic killing of children in order to please, propitiate or force supernatural beings in order to achieve a desired result. As such, it is a form of human sacrifice. (Wikipedia) ____________________________________________ I am reminded of … Continue reading
_______________________________________________ TARANTULAS The word “tarantula” has been applied to several very different kinds of spider. The spider originally bearing that name is one of the wolf spiders, Lycosa tarantula, found in the region surrounding the southern Italian town of Taranto. … Continue reading
_________________________________________________ COCKFIGHTS A Cockfight in Lucknow, 1784-1786, by Johann Zoffany A cockfight is a blood sport between two roosters (cocks), held in a ring called a cockpit. Cockfighting is now illegal throughout all states in the United States, Brazil, Australia … Continue reading
________________________________________________ THE KOOKABURRA IS A KINGFISHER THAT IS FOUND IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW GUINEA Kookaburra In Coins – Image Results —– I learnt the Kookaburra Song as a child, and can still sing it. The Kookaburra Song —– Kookaburra (song) … Continue reading
… 4 February 2018 BorneoPost Online @theborneopost 3h3 hours ago Gedong ‘crocodile hunters’ catch giant crocodile February 4, 2018, Sunday Abdul Hakim Bujang . KUCHING: A giant crocodile measuring about 14-feet-long and eight-feet-in-diameter was caught in Gedong at around 6.30am … Continue reading