today’s Star newspaper talked about amber chia being featured in the first issue of Indonesia Playboy which sparked comments from everywhere. the magazine, i mean, not amber chia.
a few organisations in Indonesia who fear for the corruption of the morality in the country have vowed to make sure that the magazine will be rid from news-stands, and i wonder how will they do it? they say that ‘moral terrorism’ is more dangerous towards Indonesia than terrorism itself. ;P
hugh hefner, the founder of Playboy magazine, just celebrated his 80th birthday, and is living with 3 girlfriends. i wonder what his girlfriends do everyday….
Who’s Your Daddy? isn’t real, right? or is it? the lifestyle, i mean. ;P woo….
anyway, what does it take to be in the centerfold? i want to be in one!!!!!! but the closest i’ve been in one is in an exercise book back in high school ……………. my fat bum was made fun of.
and speaking of morality! i’m not happy with this. that holding hands and kissing in public shit.
[Added by xes]
The news that bimbobum wasn’t happy about is the recent Federal Court decision:-
PUTRAJAYA: The local government has the power to establish by-laws to prosecute citizens who behave disorderly in public, the Federal Court ruled yesterday.
Chief Justice Tun Ahmad Fairuz Sheikh Abdul Halim, together with Federal Court judges Datuk Alauddin Sheriff and Datuk Richard Malanjum, unanimously held that the Datuk Bandar of Kuala Lumpur (DBKL) was correct to charge two students for behaving indecently by hugging and kissing at Kuala Lumpur City Centre Park.
The court ruled that Section 8 (1) of the Park By-Laws, the section invoked by the Datuk Bandar to punish persons caught behaving indecently in public was constitutional.
Following the ruling, two students, Ooi Kean Thong, 24, and Siow Ai Wei, 22, will have to defend themselves against the charge levelled against them at the Kuala Lumpur City Hall Court.
In view of the aforesaid Federal Court decision, a lawyer in the Malaysian Bar Council Forum suggested the following:
- I urge the Bar Council to organise a day trip to KLCC garden and gather as many lawyers as possible to hold a mass-kissing between lawyers to show our protest to the recent case. Single male lawyers will kiss singles female lawyers while those married will kiss their own spouses. We want to show to the government that kissing in public is NOT and will NEVER be wrong. We mean business. Morality issues should never be confused with law.
This way, we can achieve 2 goals in a day… First, we can clearly tell the govt what is our stand on the issue. And secondly, we can create a stronger bond between members of the Bar.
LOL! Stronger bond by kissing each other? 😀