January 28, 2010


I find this whole blocking affair absurd. One minute they are blocking everything. The next thing I know, everything is free for all and sundry. And now, apparently there’s a new policy which blocks early in the morning and late in the evening.

I don’t quite mind the latter because I know of people who stay back in the office just to surf the net. Now, offices are practically empty 6 p.m. onwards because there’s not much else to do anymore, is there? So that actually makes me quite happy.

What I don’t understand is the blocking until past 7.30 a.m. Because some of us (who aren’t even supposed to come this early), do come as early as 7.15 a.m. and this is the only time for me to read yesterday’s online papers to keep abreast with all the current issues (as per arahan sini sana). Now, I can’t do that because I have no access anymore.

What I further don’t understand is that Najib actually wants to connect with “fans” via twitter and FB, and yet, our offices are blocking those applications. Kenapa PM boleh main FB tapi kitaorang tak boleh? Aren’t we also contributing to the development of the country and the civil service?

This is really irking me and I’m bordering on insanity. Herrgh. Breathe, breathe.

Oh, maybe someone just hacked my computer because access to internet granted. Fuh. No FB still, but that really doesn’t bother me as much as not being able to just go online.

Anyway, have you heard of the song “two is better than one?” Of course you have. It’s on replay on radio stations and in a day, it will be played at least once. Have you ever wondered what genre it belongs to? I didn’t wonder until that question was posed on air (can’t recall which radio station though).

And brace yourselves… because it’s called…




Haha. Funny okay. I thought that it was funny anyway. When I told Anep about this last night, he started to think that perhaps he would have to reclassify the type of songs he sings with his band.

The rest of you with bands might have to do that too. I have a strong feeling that a lot of us are actually singing whiny rock.

As for my kind of genre?

I’m just whiny. Hee hee.

Off to work I go. 8 p.m. two nights in a row is no fun. Terima kasih Abdul kerana hantar saya balik malam tadi (walaupun Mama yang suruh ngeee).


zhmt said...

HAHHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHA seriouslyyyyyy??!! whiny rockkkkk! OH God. Since when 'Whine' became a rhythm? aiyoh.

faRyn faRhana said...

funny. i saw the video clip of that song just before i read your entry. hehehe. are you serious? whiny rock? haha

freespirited12 said...

lynn: yes, seriously. kakak pon gelak macam tak ingat dunia that morning sebab i was like thinking, "seriously? like whiny?" hahahahahaha

faryn: whiny rock is sooo in sekarang tak rasa ke. cuba bayangkan muka budak tuu "whining" ahahha. nasib lagu tu sedap :)