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22.02.2012 | 一馬書券

[Volume 7 Issue 2, #1332]
最近政府週圍派錢討好民心.. 我本來以為呢二百蚊學生書券, 要經過重重擾人程序, 所以都唔想麻煩.. 直至班上一位同學(佢同時係學院職員)話我知, 我先知道原來唔駛申請, 啲書券其實已經根據學生名額派發各學府.. 講開又講, 我之前十幾年不停繳稅, 派我呢二百蚊算係微不足道啦, 唔去攞其實都好笨呵?? :p
the government is happily giving away money recently to please the people.. i initially thought getting this RM200 book vouchers needs long-winded and tedious processes, so i did not take action.. until a classmate (she's also working in the college part-time) told me, then only i know we do not have to apply but the vouchers have already been distributed to all academic institutions.. come to think about it, i've been paying taxes for the past ten-plus years, this RM200 is maybe just a sliver of meat from a whale's body, it's stupid not to get it right?? :p
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    1. Morning SK!

      Morning everyone! ^^

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    2. Good Afternoon! It is tea time! LOL

      Anyone got this voucher? I believe only student got the right to get this especially in Local U or something haha

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    3. Do they have maximum age limit to qualify this?? Do they give to any local U?

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  2. Vanakam dei... I am the FIRST COMMENTER!!! I cannot believe it laa... I thought Lina, Yvonne or Darth Vader Kian Fai would be first here. Ha ha ha... they overslept ka?

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    1. Darth Vader Kian Fai, wakakakakaka! What a nice name!

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    2. Cuti today. Lambat online. hehe

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    3. LOL at Kian Fai's nickname. xD

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    4. EH I LIKE MY NEW NICK! :D

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    5. Can use new nickname from now on,Kian Fai.;p

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    6. Kian Fai you really scare me with the way you increase your comments. Last time you were quiet and suddenly you spring up the chart ratings! I got heart attack lo... like wearing a Darth Vader mask and I dunno what lies beneath you. Salute you, keep it up!

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  3. Just grab any FREEBIES!!! Cash or Vouchers, I will take.

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  4. The govt has never been so generous all these years, like now. After the elections, they might stop giving out anything. So just take them and buy books la!

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  5. If you are so reluctant to buy books, then pass them to me. I will buy books and send to all your poor Thambees in Chennai. You forgot about them???

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    1. Or give them to me lah. I help you to buy books. xD

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  6. 好久不见,SK哥 别来无恙!

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  7. If the government give, then I take lor... who's rejecting a (mini) windfall? I'm not :D

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  8. So many SATU (1) have been launched, which all incur $$$. Like the RM500 to help alleviate poverty and the additional RM100 from MCA for elder folks to celebrate CNY.

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    1. Satu Malaysia Ang Pau, Satu Malaysia Rumah Loan, Satu Malaysia Shopping Mall, Satu Malaysia Car Loan, Satu Malaysia Mamak and more la, all Rubbish hahaha!

      When come to newspaper ads, you will see all the rubbish ads with racism words lol

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    2. Darth Vader, I agree with all the rubbish strategies they created....all to get mileage for GE. Satu Malaysia Mamak, that's funny! LMAO!

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  9. Heard about 1Sara too... get a loan from bank, investment for 5 years and get high interest rate with RM3k in return.

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    1. RM 3k for 5 years? Too little la common LOL

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    2. Well, that interest is considered high, forgotten to mention that the loan amount is RM5k only.

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  10. Oh yes, all can be done easily, hassle-free.

    Unlike the olden days when we wanted to apply for these 'special stuffs', we need to go through a long procedures with lots of (powerful) witnesses signature. Then, need to wait for it to get approved or appeal when rejected.

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  11. SK, that's our own money. I can't stand watching the big fat lady wearing all jewelries on her big fat hands and fingers. You know who right?

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  12. All these spending of taxpayers' money to buy votes only lar...

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  13. Oh no, RM200 is a lot for auntie! In any book sale, ths amount of $$ can buy a bundle of books liao!

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  14. Wait a sec, how do we apply?!

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    1. Er, I thought it's for under/post graduates only? Can primary one student apply too?

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    2. Btw, I haven't receive the extra RM100 for schooling fee yet :s

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    3. Yvonne I have seen so many parents collected these vouchers. You need to ask around your friends. Quick grab it.

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    4. *gasp* I should start asking around, otherwise I'll miss my RM100 then!

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  15. Hmm, lately the government is so generous in distributing money to public ya! Sure got motives behind one! *hint*

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    1. "Generous" and "GOOD" Tactics for votes and more! hahaha Government mah . . . of course la

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  16. I hear students, instead of buying books to study...sold them cheaply to get the money. I really wonder why they bother to help people with this kind of attitude... Tsk! Tsk!

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    1. Give things indiscriminately, this is what some will do.

      Give vouchers to rich kids, for what? When a lot of poor ones barely manage to go to school?

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  17. All this giving and giving is accelerating Malaysia's bankruptcy. Maybe it'll happen sooner than the predicted 2019. Sigh..

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    1. I totally agree with you!

      Of course people happy lah, get money. But at what cost for the country?

      Then after this, raise tax to cover back the $$$ spent?

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    2. Well our country is in big debts now like other countries too. No big deal but they are mounting more debts to save their cabinet seats as last attempt.

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  18. Oooh, can I have some too? ;))

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  19. I ponteng classes.....so didn't get voucher...sobs sobs....

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  20. oh...so you got yours. Spend wisely.

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  21. Talking about this Voucher.

    Instead of buying books, some people use this voucher to buy MolPoint for it. When I saw the article about using this Voucher for MolPoint, I laughing out loud ok! LOL

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  22. Can these voucher let me buy Harry Potter Books Series? If Can I will try to obtain these voucher and grab all the SERIES OF HARRY POTTER! LORD OF THE RING OSO CAN LOL! :D

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    1. Aiyah Kian Fai, just borrow mine lah. Dun forget to return! ;p

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  23. Nice nice! But how can you use these vouchers ah? Any bookstore or just those in the universities/colleges?

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    1. Major bookshops can - MPH, Borders... right?

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  24. Dearest SK Thambee,

    圓的拿, 扁的拿
    yuán de ná, biǎn de ná,

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  25. 圓的不拿, 扁的拿
    yuán de bù ná, biǎn de ná,

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  26. 扁的不拿, 圓的拿
    biǎn de bù ná, yuán de ná

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  27. 圓的拿了, 扁的駡
    yuán de ná le, biǎn de mà

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  28. 扁的拿了, 圓的駡
    biǎn de ná le, yuán de mà

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  29. 圓的扁的,全部拿
    yuán de biǎn de, quánbù ná,

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  30. 不拿百不拿
    bù ná bǎi bù ná,

    TAKE BY ALL MEAN$ no pai$eh one..~;).

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  31. Trying my level best for direct translation for bananas or and those who don't read Mandarin..

    round got take, flat got take
    round no take, flat got take
    flat no take, round got take
    round got taken, flat got ached
    flat got taken, round got ached
    round or flat all to take
    no take white no take

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    1. Haha Bananaz Golden word! Must remember! (copy + paste)

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    2. Bananaz, me still no understand. Chinese no good, English also no good. Could tell me the actual meaning? I no like round or flat; taken or ached.

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    3. Yvonne sorry there is not much meaning just the sound like talking Tamil with yen de na , yen de ma etc haha.

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  32. If this is read at a fast speed its like talking in Tamil..

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    1. my tongue definitely got twisted. No offense! xD

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    2. yah my tongue also kena tarik left to right XD

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  33. Wah! Yvonne wrestled top spot from Kian Fai.

    And I slid to #3! Boohooo

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    1. hahah yaloh . . . eh now u only saw meh? This meaning is you are more concern about "post comment first" lol :P

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    2. And today, you got back your #1 spot. Haish! ;p

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    3. I can't fight Darth Vader anyhow.... otherwise I'll entitled the nick already, hihihi

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  34. At least you got the vouchers without a hassle.

    My mom is incensed that the govt had rejected her BR1M application. She is even more incensed when she read the papers that and MCA millionaire philantropist was given the RM500. Rofl

    She's a staunch Pakatan supporter now! lolz
    +Ant+

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    1. My Dad never bothered about the BR1M cahsout because he said it's a ruse to check people's income also and for IRD to "chase" more taxpayers to pay tax in future. xD

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  35. have you gotten it? bring me shopping along with u.. eh wait, you're still a student? only student get this right?

    Latest: Han Dynasty Restaurant Damansara

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    1. yah only student will get this! Isaac! U jelly ar? :P

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  36. That day I was in Popular Bookstore, the queue to pay using this voucher is soooooooo long! Thank goodness they opened another counter for us who's paying cash :D

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    1. haha what book did you buy anyways? :P I thought u will get a few voucher hahaha XD

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    2. Long queues to pay with vouchers... I hope nobody will start brawling at bookshops. xD

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  37. RM 200 voucher, didn't go take memang stupid LOL

    no la just kidding ok heheh

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  38. Anyways I didnt get this voucher coz Imma no student anymore, I am a normal citizen aka worker. Poor le :/

    Hope my younger brother get in the future lol

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  39. THE voucher quality good or not ar? Easy kena koyak or not? Coz sometimes gov. give things all low quality and low rate. Sad case sometimes reput inside the wallet and cannot use :P

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  40. It is good still being a student. So . . . what kind of book u gonna buy? Dun tell me u are going for molPoint LOL!

    Romance of Three Kingdom? XD

    Or Dummies for blogger? XD

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  41. Eh some bookstore got mix shop with CD shop right? Why dont try to buy CD LOL! XD

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  42. these vouchers is for what SK? is it some sort of a GC?

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  43. yeah i think i would spend it to books as well... though mine would be non academic related LOL

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    1. RM200 is sufficient to buy one or two books only, if getting the textbook for varsity level. Unless if to buy primary school books, then the amount is more than enough.

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  44. you pay taxes already? I mean.. you fill up your tax returns already considering that ur a student right now?

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  45. anyway, i hate taxes too but i have no choice but to bear with them... after all, it's for my own benefit as well... not unless you're referring to those corrupt officials that we have in here LOL

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  46. happy blogging SK and have great thursday to you

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  47. haha it took me 5 min to get the vouchers! easy peasy! and i just used all of them a few days ago on my books. :D

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  48. 有得拿梗系拿啦,執輸行頭慘過敗家啊!

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  49. 你就好啦,我交咗十几年税都冇攞过RM50!

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  50. 啲RM200係唔係规定一定要买参考书啊?

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  51. 全马任何一定书店都可以使用?有冇指定边几间书店啊?

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  52. 讲明係派钱,就应用大大方方咁派出去,边度似嗰啲话派RM500援助金一定要先起人哋个底先至肯畀钱吖!

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  53. 通常人家都係呢头攞个头洗,咁你洗咗未吖?唔通收嚟做纪念咩?呵呵呵~~~

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  54. Our imported books are supposed to be tax free yet the readership habit is bad in our country. Giving them free vouchers may not encourage them to read more. Yes they will spend lesser on books by using voucher. Some fellas exchanged for lesser cash since they get book loans.

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