Yesterday, after a trying day at the plant, I got down to get updates on YB Fuziah’s meeting with the IEAE at the Hyatt Kuantan. I chanced upon this post by one Trevin Kumaran who asked:
Can someone prove to me how Rare Earth waste can be harmful to anyone of us from a distance away: Not in close contact, and not inside the factory. As far as I'm concern, the only possibility of it even harming a person is thru direct contact or consuming it thru direct breathing of the dust. If it's within the factory compound, how is it going to harm us? Why is everyone dead worried like it's going to jump on us? LYNAS cant be so stupid to risk us closing them by showing exposure happen.
To me this stupid question could elicit from me a plethora of answers, but I will desist in the belief that some people cannot be helped. This bloke reminds me the waiter who asked a a husband and wife who walked into the restaurant:
Q: Table for how many?
A: One, my wife will sit on my shoulders.
Over the last two days my blogpost roasted one Lynas Engineer. Today you all can have this guy as a toasted piece, with no butter or marmalade (would be a waste, no?). I cropped his picture because his lady is not involved and I embossed his pic, so that nobody would stalk him. However, I am chucking away this over-burnt toast. (ASIDE: close to 90 over-toasted him!
Ok, why my Pa delivered that clip on my cheek:
Me: Is it raining outside?
Pa: Does it rain inside?