Monday, May 08, 2006
Is it true? At last, a picture of the UFO in Penang, Malaysia?
Pix above is the courtesy of New Straits Times online.
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Anyway, I am not surprised to see the 'evidence' about UFO in Penang. Heck, they had been vacationing in Penang for a long time. However, Penangites and the Penang government had their own reason to keep mum about these tourists.
Based on estimation, these UFO tourists alone bring RM 10,000,000 revenue to the Penang Island. Unlike the Far Eastern tourists, they came to Penang all the year round. Unless the solar winds flared up, which causes choppy and turbulent journey.
Their usual spots are the Batu Ferringhi (for the beaches), Balek Pulau (whenever the durians are in season) and any spots that are very 'sunyi'.
The Penangites welcomed the UFOrites the same as any other tourists. They come, they see, they pollutes (with our help of course), they buy, they gone. What Penangites like about the UFO tourists, are the invisibility quality. They are very hard to see, very hard to feel. Most of the times, you never know when they are around.
The UFOrites are not to be confused with 'Toyol'. 'Toyol' is a Malay ghost spirit, ranges from 10 inches to 3 feet in height. Does not like to wear clothes, alwasy running around naked. Have pointed ears and sharp teeth. Likes to eat chicken eggs and occasional sip of blood.
The UFOrites ranges from 10 inches to 9 feet, skin colors might be grey, white, flesh colored or green. Wear spacesuit or tight fitting uniforms. Have 2 black orbs as eyes and cannot speak Malay. And they have cool spaceships.
Enuf chatter. Am reading another Isaac Asimov story, The Gods Themselves. Lepas nih, leh baca The Da Vinci Code again. Have to prepare before the watching the movie.
My head is ringing with Guantanamera. Fahroe punya pasal lah nih, dah seminggu dia asik main lagu tuh, again and again and again.
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The race of man shall perish, but the eyes
Of trilobytes eternal in stone,
And seem to stare about in mild surprise
At changes greater than they have yet known.
- T.A. Conrad
To see a world in a grain of sand,
And a heaven in a wild flower,
Hold infinity in the palm of your hand,
And eternity in an hour.
- William Blake,
excerp from Auguries of Innocence.