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The Drowmage’s 2007 Predictions January 2, 2007

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The Drowmage is back after ushering the New Year sans alchohol and all things unsavoury. Predictions for the New Year of 2007 will begin … now :

  • Petrol prices will increase in Malaysia… again.
  • Air Asia will have even more delayed flights.
  • Crappy movies will make their way into the country’s cinemas via major distributors. (Invisible Waves, Sinking of Japan, DOA)
  • Awesome movies (Borat, Team America, The Last Communist) will be banned following comments that it degrades our youths’ mentality (yes, our nation’s youths have been famous for being spoon-fed education and are incapable of exercising their brain cells, according to many.)
  • Small village kids will start wearing “Cicakman” T-shirts and sticking their tongues out, just like their ghecko superhero.
  • Borat visits Malaysian villages, hence prompting the sequel to his movie.
  • Malaysia puts itself on the map by doing another stupendous feat, such as sending another astranout into space to find out if teh tarik can really be made in space.
  • Malaysia tries to break more world records, like the longest ‘nasi kandar’ buffet line, or the ‘biggest kebaya’.

Happy New Year everyone!

P.S. : Read Patrick Teoh’s vision of the “Visit Malaysia 2007” campaign. The man is a fracking genius!

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1. Jasdev - January 4, 2007

wow bleak indeed.

hey, the good stuff – simpsons, ghost rider, windows vista pirated copies, faster and stabler net access. eheh

2. Alvin - January 5, 2007

Standard of living will remain the same…again. -_-

Malaysians’ purchasing power will always be the same…. maybe among the lowest in the region since our salary is always the same (if not lower), the prices of the stuff around us are increasing rapidly…

More ‘good’ movies are banned….while those ‘indecent’ or ‘not-so-good’ movies are allowed? Funny how our censorship board actually do their work. No wonder people opt for ‘ahem’ movies.

3. drowmage - January 5, 2007

“Funny how our censorship board actually do their work.”

A funny moment, when watching “The Departed” here. The whole movie was peppered with words like ‘f**k’, ‘c**t’, ‘c**k’…. I think the censorship couldn’t keep up and we had a full length movie uncensored. Hehe.

4. Alvin - January 10, 2007

Or they’re too engrossed in the movie that they think it’s cool to put those words in. Hahah.


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