Monday, August 29, 2011

WHERE IS THE MILK OF HUMAN KINDNESS?




Chegu Nazir, we got to seriously talk to

Sir Alex!



17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Zorro... i really love the big 8~~2
beautiful numbers:):):)!!!

shanghaistephen said...

MU is living on borrowed "luck"....and luck has a tendency to sometimes "run-out"....so don't get your hopes too high on these lucky fuckers...eerrh.....buggers in MU !
Wait till they meet their Maker...Chelsea !

wandererAus said...

Squeeze the "milk of kindness" out from Fat Mama pair of healthy lungs!...is'nt that what she was try to portrait all these years, as a Bitch of mercy and kindness?

wandererAus said...

I am more inclined to believe the betting circle in British FA games were made suckers!...zorr, you MU was made to look Mighty by the kind contribution of Gunners...I stick to Rugby Union.

zorro said...

Shang....have you figured out the diff between massacre and luck...is is it the typo error...l instead of f? Pthetic lah you ABMU pundits.

Bogey said...

the two Manchesters will rule this season.... however the pretender will eventually give the ghost up to the one with the great pedigree

Jong said...

Congrats to a better team MU but 8-2? Is "8" a historic score for MU?

It was obvious, something's not right with Arsenal, their defense was appalling and I wonder if it was deliberate on part of its players?

Can't blame Wenger, those irresponsible players should be sacked!

Afendi said...

Zorro will you now support QPR that is now malaysian-owned?

Anonymous said...

TV1 boss said, “What to do, bruder. Jibb perintah, we follow. Otherwise we hilang our periuk nasi. Raya is dekat, you mau our keluarga to starve?”

In the early days of the libyan revolt, TV shows thousands of Gaddafi supporters waving flags in Tripoli’s Green Square. Today no such supporters are available. This shows that once the despot is kicked out, his “supporters” will immediately switch sides. Expect TV1 and utusan to do the same.

zorro said...

I have supported MU since 1954 in its up and down history. If you understand team loyalty you will realise that we dont shift our loyalties. So what if QPR is Malaysian owned? You think TF bought it for patriotic reasons? Syabas to QPR fans who stuck to the team thru thick and thin. That Afendi is called club loyalty, club culture.

Anonymous said...

With such hot chicks re: in your blog photo. I rather stay with the 2.

Anonymous said...

WandererAus,

"Bitch of Mercy" ! Gem, bro.

Anonymous said...

ManU had effectively killed off some careers of the pros in Arsenal.

That's gonna be an unpleasant aspect of the score sheet. Someone's got to put bread on the table. EPL is nothing but a clown act just to attract the big bucks.

Malsia1206

Anonymous said...

Uncle Zorro, do not banyak action lah. Gooners made you guys look good. Wait till REDS come a calling. We chat again at the end of season - ok boss.

liverpudian

Rooney said...

What happened at the DUMC gathering and the tuition classes is anyone's guess. Therefore, it is important for all parties concerned to exercise patience and restraint while investigations are being carried out. We should not be too quick to be presumptuous and need to stop this blame game immediately and wait for the findings of the investigations to be revealed! I disagree with the writer when he claims that the less fortunate and poor Muslims are being converted by the Christians on the pretext of rendering help. Now, that is a wild accusation which needs to be substantiated. Anyway, is it wrong to help a fellow human being who is in a state of helplessness and despair? Do we wait by the side and watch these people suffer and die? Or do we do the obvious, which is to help? I am a Christian and I would like to point out that Christians have always helped the less fortunate people without taking into consideration their race or religion. The help rendered comes straight from the heart, without ulterior motives or bad intentions. Seeing another fellow human being suffer while one enjoys the fruits and luxuries of God's creation has never been the way Christians have been taught to live their lives. Showing compassion to the downtrodden is of utmost importance to a Christian.
Another worrying trend that is beginning to emerge of late is to make Christians the scapegoats for all the shortcomings or problems in the country. Whether it is intentional or not is highly debatable, but the escalation of negative sentiments and suspicion towards the Christians is worrying indeed. All parties should remain calm and level-headed when it comes to issues related to race and religion in our country. They should debate these issues objectively and fairly instead of stirring up and inciting hatred and animosity among the multiracial, multicultural and multi-religious people of Malaysia. While every country in this world is endeavouring towards dismantling institutions that champion and strengthen racial and religious superiority and bigotry, it is sad to note that the same cannot be said of our beloved country especially when we are about to celebrate the 54th anniversary of our country's Independence. Racial and religious tensions are at probably the highest point ever in our country's history as politicians and the so-called 'religious' work surreptitiously towards destroying the delicate fabric of our multiracial and multi-religious Malaysian society. We have to stand united in opposing the persecution of the innocent and helpless! After all, one is innocent until proven guilty!

zainalzorro said...

Chelsea hv yet to achieve success what MU hv been achieving! With all the galacticos bought, they hv yet achieve what MU hv achieved todate. So dont be so gungho about meeting the maker??!!

Anonymous said...

Andy Carrol for 35mill? Omg..he cannot even control no fucking ball.