Sunday, October 23, 2016

Dear 20 Years Old Osla

You might have been a total dork, and you were so honest to the point of being inappropriate.

But you've got good eyes for good ear pumps.

These pair of black dipshits definitely wasn't for you at your age. They sucked elephant dick.

They made you ears hurt, they always come off your friggin' ears while you jog and made you feel like less of a human piece of shit.

So you stowed it away in a crappy synthetic casing that the same black dipshits came with. The casing was FREE naturally.

You knew it was crappy because... it kinda decomposed. Well, now at least. You didn't actually know it was that crappy then. In fact, it looked cool back then. Now it's probably more dead frozen than anything.

And the black dipshits - the rubber started gooing up too. It was disgusting; dipshit. Apt term ain't it.

But i looked past it as how i did when my McNugget falls to the floor and i immediately pick it up and pop it happily in my mouth regardless

Lets just say the sounded tasted like McNuggets - which was pretty damned good considering that it was in a pretty shit of a case.

Now, i enjoy them very well while i'm on the bike. They are the only pair that doesn't protrude like some kind of sick freak of nature and don't fall off my quirky ears while the helmet is on.

Sure - it doesn't come with a microphone. Who knew it was necessary, considering i have pretty narrow attention span today.

So thank you you 20 year old idiot. You might not have used your brains correctly, and you probably didn't really think that far ahead.

But you didn't throw them away. As disphit as they were back then, i've tried a few other ear pumps - they don't make them the same anymore.

Best part of all, i didn't know i could hear my heartbeat so well when everything fell silent with the dipshits on!

Thanks man. You're the best.
25 years old Osla

P/S : Sonicgear makes some pretty good dipshits of ear pumps.

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Bayar Saman PDRM - Paying PDRM Summons

Uh. This isn't exactly the kinds saman I had in mind,
but hey, thanks anyways Google.

I mean, I laughed.

That counts for something, right?

Sorry, if you're just looking to pay the saman, please
ctrl + f  samansamansaman. I have a tendency to get
verbose - so... yeah.

Anyways, so I got into this mess because I parked my
motorcycle outside of Pavillion this one time for an
entire night, and well - I found this cute little ticket
lying on my motorcycle basket.

It's unfortunate that I got one, but I guess I was lucky;
considering that it never rained for the entire duration
while I was out enjoying movies and.. yeah, it never
even flew off when the winds were pretty strong.

I don't even want to think about tracing back the saman
just to pay it off. That'd be even more agonizing.


So here are some things you should know about
PDRM saman's.

1. No discounts. nada. Sorry, if you want discounts,
go bark up MBPJ's saman. Not PDRM.

2. You don't have to pay them at the only Balai Polis Trafik
at KL.

Seriously, you don't have to.

But, if you still wish to do so, please forgive Malaysia
for being exceptionally confusing since you need to
pay at Balai Polis Trafik Kuala Lumpur which is
at Jalan Tun H.S. Lee, not at Balai Polis Tun H.S. Lee
which is at Jalan Loke Yew.

They are 2 different places - and yes, I went to both,
so I know for a fact. You can go ahead and make
the same mistake I did for the sake of adventure though.

3. Uh.. pay them at a the post office or something. That's
a lot faster.

4. You can pay online too! Please login to MyEg. I really
still have no idea how you can register an account with that
confusing website. So if you already have an account, don't
sweat it, just pay online man!

5. Check the myeg website regularly. Sometimes they have
some promotions for saman's and kompaun's. And that's
pretty much the only way you can pay less for the saman.

6. Sorry, there really is nothing else. Just pay it.

Well, hope this information helps someone. Even if it's just
a little bit.


7. To motorcyclist who go to KL -

Just park your motorcycle somewhere legit. Paying RM3
for parking for 30 days still only costs you RM90.

The saman is RM100. In addition to you have a stupid
record in their system and you having to spend time to
clear the saman. The RM100 is money - we can always
make more money. Time - that's something we cannot
afford to waste.

So I won't tell you to not park where you're already parking.
If you've got sweet spots that you know that are off the PDRM
radar, and you donwanna share, that's completely alright man.

You found it, you keep it.

But for those of you out there who don't, then you do the math,
weigh your risk and decide whether it's worth the RM100.