Archive for the ‘Road’ Category

If You Want to Be Selfish, Do it Smart

Saturday, February 26th, 2011

Late Friday afternoon, tired from the week’s work, I encountered this on the road. Approaching a crossroad with traffic lights, it turned red for those going straight. From behind, there’s this Proton Iswara swerving dangerously to the right taking the right lane for vehicles turning right. Fine. Detecting that there’s a car on that lane, […]

Queue Jumper BJV2290

Monday, February 22nd, 2010

On the road, one should not only think about oneself but about others. If the road is made only for 2 parallel vehicles, don’t make it three. But then again people don’t care. For example: Who is more despicable, queue jumper or new queue maker?. I like this post so much I am borrowing his […]

Queue Jumpers WLH 9953, PEM 3331, BJJ 3914 & UPM Bus

Saturday, April 4th, 2009

Queue jumpers of 2nd April 2009. These jumpers are from the right lane, and the queue was about 300m long: Hyundai (Matrix?) WLH 9953 BMW PEM 3331 and Kancil BJJ 3914, too bad I missed the Satria Neo in front The biggest offender of all – a UPM bus

Queue Jumpers Beware

Wednesday, February 25th, 2009

If I were to make a separate website dedicated to share pictures of queue jumpers, would anyone be interested in joining in? It can be worldwide as queue jumper is not a rare breed. Queue jumpers deserve to be shot, and if I have the power like Sylar I would have thrown the truck upside […]

Naza Ria WNH1257

Tuesday, November 4th, 2008

This is the second time I have posted about Naza Ria parking problems, and no I don’t have anything against that particular model or make. This is actually the third time I’ve seen the same model parked without using a brain. Now how the hell could another car fit next to it and be able […]

Huge Car, Small Brain – Naza Ria BJT8849

Wednesday, July 2nd, 2008

Cleaning up my cell phone storage I found these images I took in April. The location is Jusco Equine car park, in front of KFC. You can clearly see the yellow line and the huge Naza Ria was parked too far to the left, and I was not able to open the driver side door. […]