Monday, March 21, 2011

A doctor in the house...

Nak pegi MPH pun xde mase aku ni....apatah lagi nk pegi meronggeng2 kat mall mcm mase mude2 dulu...huhu...dulu mase ddk kat PD dulu....oceanic mall pun tiap2 mgu aku bile da pindah ktn ni..aku akan pegi ke mall2 ni bile btl2 nk cari brg...sbb jln jem yg akan membuatkan aku tertekan yg amat sgt!bw kereta auto pun tertekan...aku xtaula kalo kereta aku manual....tercabut kaki tangan menekan gear & break...(tul ke??xtaula teknik bwk kereta manual) aku ni amek lesen je bljr bwk kereta manual pastu xpenah aku sentuh da kereta manual...cik erin, cik cha and cik wan selalu usik aku, suh aku bwk kereta manual sekali bile aku offer kat derang nk bwk derang jln2 naek kereta manual...xnak pulak naek ngan aku ni....tau kakut..takat gear 1 gear 2 leh lagila wei...takat nk bg gerak je kereta tu...huhu

berbalik kpd cerita asal pasal MPH td...aku ni tingin benor nk beli buku A Doctor in the House....sbbkan idol aku Tun Dr. dgr cam da sold out je.... :( keciwa betul....tgula ujung mgu ni...aku pasti dptkan buku itu....(sbb da gaji lagipun mgu ni :p) dgr kate cam best je buku tu...xsbr nk bace....


In his twenty-two years as Prime Minister of Malaysia Dr Mahathir Mohamad transformed his country from an agricultural backwater into an industrial powerhouse that would become the seventeenth-largest trading nation in the world. This remarkable achievement was not without controversy, and Dr Mahathir's extraordinary vision and iron grip earned him both enemies as well as ardent admirers within and outside of Malaysia. He has been described—typically and paradoxically—as a tyrannical dictator, a bĂȘte noir, as well as inspiring, courageous and an outspoken defender of the downtrodden, the Third World, and moderate Islam.
At almost every turn Dr Mahathir rewrote the rules. This book reveals hitherto unknown aspects of this intensely private, but publicly bold, statesman. It provides a clear and compelling narrative of modern Malaysian political history as seen through the eyes of one its greatest shapers. It is neither apology nor defence, but a forceful, compelling and often exciting account of how Dr Mahathir achieved what he did in so short a time, and why.

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