- Is Britain proof that democracy is failing?
- Ratio of Johor Police to Potential Male Criminals
- DAP Assemblyman Utters Incredibly Rude Remark That Shocks the Entire Nation to the Core
- P212 Sibu: How far adrift is PAS from Islam?
- We believe in the power of ONE...
- P212..”Eight Months (8) Later..??”
- ALLAH Will Defeat Evil Zionist BN in Sibu!
- SIBU P212: Third candidate is an opposition plant?
- LET'S RECOLOR MAY 13
- General duties Police personnel are NOT trained to shoot to kill!
- MCA, MIC, Gerakkan etc are the UMNO "kapos"
- Aliran Singers to perform at Klang Valley dinner
- Stop refoulement of Afghan refugee!
- 1Press Freedom Malaysia to start from Pakatan Rakyat states?
- Living remnants of an intangible heritage
- Will local govt elections result in electocracy or democracy?
- If you thought men’s sexual response is quite simple and their needs can be met easily , revise your knowledge of the “birds and bees,” ,
- THE MOST COMFORTABLE PLACE FOR YOU IS TO BE IS IN YOUR MOTHER’S WOMBTHAT IS WHY IN HINDU TEMPLES, THE SANCTUM SANCTORUM IS CALLED GARBHAGUDI .
- THE MOST COMFORTABLE PLACE FOR YOU IS TO BE IS IN YOUR MOTHER’S WOMBTHAT IS WHY IN HINDU TEMPLES, THE SANCTUM SANCTORUM IS CALLED GARBHAGUDI .
Posted: 09 May 2010 10:29 AM PDT
Posted: 09 May 2010 03:26 PM PDT
Britain is an open democracy, everyone including the Monster Raving Looney Party can take part...
But such is the confusion in modern politics that Britons are unable to decide who should govern the country...
Labour was decimated in the post-Bush&Blair era while the Tories can't quite muster the simple majority they need to fulfill their election manifesto
The Liberal Democrats, which seemed so ready to take over as the new face of British Government stumbled so terribly at the end that NIck Clegg looked like a startled deer when the results were announced...
Perhaps the title of this posting is a trifle over dramatic but the fact is, democracy is many developed countries where there are more than two parties are forced to rely on weak coalitions for Governments while in countries with two party systems the people are usually asked to choose between two very similar shades of grey.
This is happening because most political parties take whatever centrist line that the population seems to support, in some countries it swings slightly to the right while in others the line veers to the left and the result is very confusing politics.
The result is politics that offers just one shade and this will cause the illusion of choice and options to break up...
Democracy thrives on splitting people and confrontational politics but in the long run, this can lead to deep rifts within society, just look at the level of protest that the Republicans mustered when going against Healthcare Reform in the United States and how deeply divided the country has become over their first black president and he is barely a year in office...
What we have to remember is that democracy is just a way to choose a Government, it does not guarantee anything because at the end of the day, a country full of pirates will elect a pirate as their leader, a nation of gamblers will appoint a gambler to lord over them and a country of liars will have the best liar as their leader
This is God's law... from the human perspective we can say that people elect from who they are, from a spiritual point of view, we can say that God always give a people a leader that they deserve.
Keep your heart tuned to God and ask him for guidance, don't ask for a particular politician to win or lose, but ask for clear cut guidance, unhindered by your own personal agenda or opinions and I believe that he will give it to you...
the next trick is of course to listen to your conscience which will tell you which way the guidance wants to take you... listening to one's conscience is a particularly useful spiritual skill and Malaysia would do well if we all listened to our conscience
My conscience wants a better Government but Anwar & Co is definitely not going to provide me with it...
Posted: 09 May 2010 07:49 AM PDT
In the news report I covered in this post, the BN representative for Pengkalan Rinting (Johor) Low Teh Hian said that the Johor police force's quoted ratio of 1 cop to every 3000 Johoreans was ridiculous.
To quote: "Logically, after senior citizens, children and the disabled are excluded, police only have to monitor a few but there are still a lot of snatch theft cases."
Mic asked if I could verify the statistics above. So I went and found some. Go to the United Nation Development Programme site to download the full PDF file (732 kb).
The year 2000 statistics for Johor showed that there were 2.59 million people residing in Johor. Of these, Bumiputera made up 57.1%, Chinese 35.4%, Indian 6.9% and Others 0.6%. Not relevant to my calculations, but for your viewing below anyway.
The next chart shows the employed and unemployed population of Johor by age, year 2000.
Now, the definition of 'senior citizen' usually follows the retirement age (56 in Malaysia), but what I think Mr. Low meant was that the police don't need to consider old folk, kids and the disabled as potential criminals.
So going by my own logical definition, males younger than 15 or older than 49 are unlikely to be the prime suspects for serial killings, armed robberies and gang rapes. (Notice I'm assuming that in the society of our fallen world, even teenage boys can partake in vicious crimes.)
All females are also exempted – being an accomplice doesn't count for this post.
Having discounted those demographics, that leaves roughly 792,360 males as potential violent criminals. Yes, I spent quite some time and effort measuring and calculating that number.
Now the statistics from that PDF file are quite dated, more than 7 years old. So I'm factoring in the time difference.
The population of Malaysia in 2000 was 23.27 million (according to Department of Statistics Malaysia), and it will be 24.82 million by July 2007 (according to the CIA World Factbook). That's an increase of 6.661%.
Assuming that the Johorean male population increased by a similar percentage, that means as of July 2007 there are about 845,139 males between the ages 15-49. Now for the payoff for all these data mining calculations.
According to Wong Chun Wai's article , the Johor police force is 3000 strong and recruiting 2000 more.
Now at 3000 police to 845,139 males who have the potential to be violent criminals (including yours truly), that is a ratio of 1 : 282. If you add in the new recruits, bolstering the police force to 5000 members, the ratio becomes 1 : 169.
Definitely nowhere near the ratio of 1 : 3000 as mocked by Mr. Low. But remember, a large number of the police force will be tied up issuing traffic summons, directing traffic and sorting out paperwork. And the police personnel have shifts, further reducing the man-hours available to continuously watch the streets.
Now let's instead assume that the police watch over the safety of innocent civilians, rather than keep an eye on potential crooks. Assume also that all kids below 15 and senior citizens above 49 stay at home, and assume a roughly 1 to 1 ratio between males and females.
If the Johor police were to keep a protective watch over these out-and-about people, that would still be a ratio of 1 : 564 (or 1 : 338 when the 2000 new recurits are factored in).
The criminals, however, seem fond of breaking and entering, thus nullifying the safety advantage of staying indoors.
Therefore, if the police keep watch on just the males who have the potential to rob, rape and murder, it would be a lot easier on them than to take care of every innconet citizen. Easy to say, not easy to do at all!
So what I suggest is frequent, randomly moving patrols at night – a simple measure that makes it much more likely potential criminals will be caught in the act and have to abandon their nefarious plans halfway.
Hope I've been helpful.
Posted: 17 May 2007 07:21 PM PDT
A DAP assemblyman was immediately ordered out of the assembly after he made a horribly, horribly disrespectful remark against a fellow assemblyman!
Yes folks, in the interest of politeness and class, the DAP assemblyman's disgraceful request to "jangan kurang ajar" when the BN assemblyman interrupted his speech was rightly shown no leniency at all. This should serve as a lesson to the Opposition to know their proper place!
After all, such as remark was FAR WORSE and MUCH MORE DEMEANING than intuitive observations about the menstrual cycle to female MPs - which, by the way, was not punished during session because it was obviously so mild and inoffensive. Or any number of other not-that-rude things uttered before.
So, obviously again, the strict retribution for grossly and obscenely disrespecting a BN assemblyman was completely justified. After all, we wouldn't want the public to start thinking the whole system is biased towards the Opposition, now would we?
Meanwhile, the whiny women and Opposition members should quit moping over objective and intelligently thought-out factoids about human biology. The fact that they might have been having those pre-bocor mood swings is no excuse!
(And anyway, most clear cut and inarguable of all, the bocor comments were directed at non-BN, female people. That's a double case of undeservingness of respect! Why, they ought to be exceedingly grateful that they weren't given the verbal lashing they truly deserve, all thanks to the big and easily-melted hearts of the BN reps.)
From The Star 18 May 2007:
DAP rep told to leave assembly over remark
KUCHING: DAP Kota Sentosa assemblyman Chong Chieng Jen was ordered out of the state assembly after he failed to withdraw a "jangan kurang ajar" (don't be rude) remark levelled at a Barisan Nasional backbencher.
Chong directed the phrase at Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah (BN – Asajaya) when the latter tried to interrupt his speech during the debate on the motion of thanks on the Yang di-Pertua Negri Tun Abang Muhammad Salahuddin's address yesterday.
Speaker Datuk Mohd Asfia Awang Nasar ordered Chong to withdraw the remarks three times but the opposition member did not budge.
He then ordered Chong out of the House, and the latter walked out.
The incident was the first for a DAP member in the state assembly.
Later, five other DAP assemblymen staged a walkout from the House in support of Chong, who said that he had uttered the remarks in a gentle way.
Asfia had allowed the use of the phrase "jangan kurang ajar" in previous assembly sittings.
Posted: 09 May 2010 07:09 AM PDT
I am not known to be a religious man and I am not an Ustaz either but I do remember that Aqidah is at the core of Islam, faith in Allah ALMIGHTY is the central tenet of Islam.
If you do not believe that Allah is Almighty then the faith makes no sense.... it makes no sense to believe in a fallible God, in a God that has limitations, a creator that has boundaries...at least that was what my Ustaz taught me in school
and yet we have here someone who is likely to be a non Muslim since he refers to Tu(h)an Allah... Muslims simpley refer to God by his proper Name ...
This person states that If Allah came down to earth, even He cannot save Malaysia if BN is still in power... that is a breathtaking departure from the central tenet that Allah is ALMIGHTY...
This is a serious breach of Aqidah and it is even more shocking to hear Malay Muslim PAS adherents cheering this grave departure from their faith or are they just blond to such matters these days as long as it makes a few political miles for them?
PErhaps PAS thinks this is petty and needs no correcting... I cannto wait to hear how thier 'ex-salted' spiritual leader explains this away...
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Posted: 09 May 2010 03:21 AM PDT
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' is not simply overrated, it's just rarely challenged. We want positive action not negative reactions. We want to integrate not tolerate. We want to stop complaining, and start acting. We want our friends to stop migrating overseas and our parents to stop telling us to do so. We want to be colour blind to our neighbours. We want to stand up to be responsible for our collective future and believe that others want to as well.
Your action today can change the way the nation is shaped tomorrow. But before change can happen, you need to vote. Without your vote, your voice can't be heard. Join us in this EPIC movement to register 2 Million new voters by the end of 2010.
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Posted: 09 May 2010 03:03 AM PDT
Jam! Jam! Jam! The due date is only a few days away and to be precise according to the JKR board 13th may 2010. In the P212 Sibu by elections a lot of developement funds will be given and allocated by the government. No matter what, the Government is always blamed for all projects not being completed on time.
Have we ever blame the Contractors/Sub contractors on not meeting the due date and the issuse that will follow? Now Pakatan also has governments in Selangor,Penang,Kedah and Kelantan while BN has the rests of the states in Malaysia.
What needs to be done and this pictures taken today 9th May 2010 doesnt lie. Audie61 has been receiving a number of complaints from irate residents and voters of the constituencies. They ask Will JKR penalise the contractor? Can anyone i.'e. any resident affected sue the agency JKR for false implementation of completion date ?
The government is trying to solve the jam woes and if the amount of $$$$$$ allocated is mismanaged this will happen. Don't blame the people for not voting for the candidates of the ruling government be it Pakatan or BN but blame it on the IMPLEMENTORS/GOVERNING BODY OF EACH PROJECT.
THE PEOPLE/RAKYAT/VOTERS ARE NOT FOOLS ALL THE TIME AND NOW THEY KNOW WHERE/WHO TO TURN TO WHEN THEIR NEEDS ARE NOT FULFILLED…….……….
Posted: 09 May 2010 02:15 AM PDT
"The Chinese Christians together with their staunchly Christian Iban brethren hold the key to victory in Sibu."
The Malaysian Insider reported that DAP candidate for the Sibu By Election, Wong Ho Leng made solving the "Allah" issue as his major campaign message in the Sibu by-election. Wong said that if elected, he will call upon the prime minister and home minister to immediately cease the legal dispute with the Christian churches over these matters to protect the freedom of religion in Malaysia for non-Muslims.
The Sarawak DAP chairman reiterated his party's stand for Barisan Nasional (BN) candidate Robert Lau to make his stand about the ban on non-Muslims using the word "Allah". Wong added that Lau cannot take an ambiguous stance on the Allah issue anymore, otherwise the people of Sibu, especially the non-Muslims will not trust Lau to speak up for them in Parliament.
About 53 per cent of the 55,000 voters in the Sibu constituency are Christians. The Chinese form about 66.6 per cent of the voters, the Christian Ibans 16.3 per cent, and the Malay/Melanau approximately 16.2 per cent. So far, political analysts from both sides of the political dived have been pointing to the ethnic Chinese voters in Sibu as holding the key to who wins the By Election. However, The Scribe feels that the real King Makers in Sibu are the Christians. A large majority of the 66.6% Chinese voters in Sibu are Christians. The Chinese Christians together with their staunchly Christian Iban brethren hold the key to victory in Sibu.
The Scribe has always maintained that whosoever professes that Jesus Christ is his or her personal Lord and Savior, they will, by the prompting of the Paraclete within them will leave BN and will not have anything to do with it, as the Evil Zionist BN Regime with Racist Umno as it's lynch pin is by definition an abomination before Allah Almighty. So it is just wishful thinking to expect Robert Lau or any other Christian BN member to stand up for their Faith. In short, any Christian who is a member of BN or a supporter of it are in essence Judas'. Only true Christians like Dr. Toh Kin Woon, formerly of Gerakan/BN would leave BN.
It is no secret that BN/Umno's 'Fixed Deposit' in maintaining their grip on power is to secure Malay/Muslim votes. In Sarawak as in Sabah, we have seen how Indonesian and Filipino Muslims were given citizenship's and were automatically considered as Malays. It is an open secret that many young Sarawakian and Sabahan Christian Bumiputera's are brainwashed, bribed, enticed or coerced in institutions of higher learning, MRSM, residential schools, Teacher Training Colleges, Nursing Schools, the Armed Forces, the Police and in the civil service to convert to Islam. This is rather sad as there is no compulsion in Islam for anyone to convert. Unfortunately, the Evil BN/Umno regime has tarnished the sanctity of Islam by hijacking the religion in ensuring that it's 'Fixed Deposits' keep on increasing.
The reason for this is that whenever someone converts to Islam, they become Malays. Just like when a Chinese or an Indian converts to Islam, they become Malays and deny their race. One good example is Chinese Muslim convert Ridhuan Tee Abdullah. Coming back to the conversion of Christian Bumiputera's to Islam, as in Sabah, in Sarawak especially under the Umno proxy PBB led Taib Mahmud Regime, countless Bumiputera Christian Villages have been converted to Islam in return for land, money and infrastructure facilities. There's nothing wrong in spreading the 'Nur' of Islam but the intention must be sincere and not otherwise as in the case of what Taib Mahmud's PBB has been doing.
The Christian voters in Sibu, especially the Ibans are fully aware of this and also among others the ban on the use of 'Allah' by their Christian brethren in West Malaysia, the difficulty in getting approvals to build Churches and the confiscation and banning of Christian Literature in Malay. The Pakatan Rakyat on it's part has mobilised its church-going leaders to convince Sibu Christians to back their candidate with at least two high profile meetings with the community involving DAP national leaders.
This By Election will also be a barometer in terms of the Faith of the Christian voters in Sibu. Don't be surprised that at the end of the day, it is ALLAH who will defeat BN in Sibu.
Posted: 08 May 2010 09:21 PM PDT
It sure seems like it, Narawi Haron is unemployed and his main source of income is direct selling.
I am not trying to run down direct sellers but from the way he is dressed, I don't think Narawi is one of those MLM millionaires with thousands to burn contesting in a by election.
In the past he has stood against Barisan Nasional candidate Robert Lau so he is clearly an Opposition lackey who is used to draw votes away from the popular SUPP.
According to blogger Unspinners Narawi was handed a wad of cash about RM20,000 for standing in and playing third candidate. for this amount, and more may come later, Narawi is expected to draw as many as 900 votes away from Barisan Nasional.
The theory is that he would draw Malay and Iban votes, which are the votes that BN rely on to give them an unshakeable majority.
I also heard that the rather tame campaigning in Hulu Selangor will not be repeated, instead they return to the aggressive style last seen in Bagan Pinang, complete with fake injuries and stoning of a police driver.
However the authorities are ready for such antics and will not put up with them, more importantly the constituents have been alerted and they are on guard against PAS , DAP and PKR campaigners.
If the numbers at the polling station is anything to go by, and this time few outsiders can afford to make it for nomination, it looks like BN is the more sensible choice in the minds of the people in Sibu.
I certainly hope that people will realise that the business of Government is tedious and boring and slow. It is about the nitty gritty, about providing people with basic amenities and fulfilling their aspirations of a better life.
I hope they realise that Government is not about making sky high promises that no one can fulfill
I hope they realise that peace and prosperity should be their priority because we are still an underdeveloped country and what we need are simple ideals of buts and bolts development.
Maybe in another 50 years time when we are fully developed and MORE IMPORTANTLY when our Opposition politician have matured and can offer sensible policies and goals we should give them another serious look.
Let's let 2008 be strongest signal we have sent to the Government that we need them to step up efforts and make Malaysia a better place for everyone
Posted: 08 May 2010 08:40 PM PDT
Dear Brother and Sister Malaysians,
I would like to re-color May 13, to breathe new spirit into the date, to dilute and eventually erase the negative thoughts and replace them with positive meanings and values. We are placing a full page advertisement in The Star this May 13 , with a call to re-color the day.
When reflecting on May 13, 1969, we can blame others for what happened, blame the situation, or we can choose to transform things for the better, to be change agents and constructively fill our hearts and minds with what needs to be done so May 13 does not ever happen again, and that no one uses the day to bring about fear and negativity.
What thoughts can we cultivate to make a difference to how May 13th is viewed? What actions can we take to shine a light on this day so it will forever be a day we learn from mistakes, a day we strengthen unity in our diversity and recommit to respecting one another and working together?
At zubedy we believe in re-coloring May 13 with all our brilliant hues, the many diverse peoples that we are, under this one great nation called Malaysia. We believe it is a day to reaffirm our shared values and traditions and rejoice in what unites us. A day for young and old to constructively talk about what makes us one people and how we can remain strong together.
This May 13 we are launching two unity books available at major bookstores to commemorate the day.
1. A Plea for Empathy, A Quest for Malaysian Unity by Chandra Muzaffar, is a collection of twenty-three articles on Malaysian national unity that appeared in newspapers, magazines and academic journals between 1974 and 2008. Dr. Chandra looks at language, culture, religion, the economy, politics, human rights, education, ethnic accommodation, ethnic conflict and trends in ethnic relations over the decades. The writing embodies the essence of his thoughts on the causes of disunity and the solutions that are possible. ( Retail price at RM 39.20 WM)
2. The Quran and I by Anas Zubedy is a collection of reflections and childhood memoirs featuring among others, inter-faith and inter-racial friendships and depictions of how the multi-cultural Malaysian setting is fertile ground for personal growth. The book highlights universal values found in the Quran through daily life experiences and serves as a simple introduction to the Quran. (Retail price RM 36.40 WM)
Please join us and make May 13 a day of Unity. Find ways to understand each other better, bring to light our Unity in diversity and share your stories with children and young people. Organize gatherings and discussions, Unity parties and kenduris. Or simply take a moment and reflect on where we are today and give thanks; we have much to be grateful for.
Peace and Let us add value,
NOTE : FEEL FREE TO POST THE RECOLOR MAY 13 LOGO IN YOUR BLOG AND USE IT WHENEVER IT CAN HELP THE CAUSE, TQ
Posted: 08 May 2010 08:07 PM PDT
By Khun Pana aka Johanssm
Now that the police shot a 17 year old MALAY mat rempit i wonder what that Teoh will say.
Maybe he will say that the 17 y.o. mat rempit was high on glue , it was dark , high speed chase , riding dangerously,without bike license , suspected riding a stolen bike and deserves to be shot from the back.
Is dr.Teoh hoping to get a datukship or it is his frank opinion? Time will tell.
Just like that whore Hee , she got her datukship for her services rendered.
KJ better defend his mat rempit/mat cemerlang boys by issuing bullet proof vest.Or his boys will dies like flies.
In my frank opinion , all mat rempits deserve to be shot in the face not from the back.
But , shooting them is against the law and KJ will be hoping mad if there is such a law to shoot his boys.
Aminul is just a boy. Of course he will panic.That is normal.
Even adults panic.
Dr. Tai Eng Teck panicked and the police shot him dead in his car.
What about Batu Burok incident?
All the victims are without weapons not even an ice cream stick.
Note to the dr.Teoh.
General duties Police personnel are NOT trained to shoot to kill.
Posted: 08 May 2010 07:55 PM PDT
By Harcharan Singh
A Kapo was a prisoner who worked inside German Nazi concentration camps during World War II in certain lower administrative positions (prisoner functionary). The German word also means "foreman" and "non-commissioned officer", and is derived from French for "Corporal" (fr:Caporal) or the Italian word capo'. Kapos received more privileges than normal prisoners, towards whom they were often brutal. They were often convicts who were offered this work in exchange for a reduced sentence or parole.
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If you thought men's sexual response is quite simple and their needs can be met easily, then you certainly need to revise your knowledge of the "birds and bees," for men aren't as simple as they are made out to be.
According to Fox News, here are 10 things that you didn't know about men and sex:
1. Trapped Sperm
2. Oxytocin affects males too
3. High testosterone = Less sex
4. Death during sex has a prototype
The woman in your life may give you her heart, soul and, of course, her body, but still there's a part of her being that she'll never share with you …stuff that makes her a mystery .
Yes, your woman is a den of mysteries hinted to you in her sly smile, enigmatic laughter or that sudden silence. She just pretends to be one, but is never an open book to you. Her deepest secrets are what add to her charm … but render you an outsider in her own 'Secret Garden'. Secrets of her unshared yearnings, cherished fantasies or for that matter, a secret lover from the past …
Here's a peep into those hidden secrets … dig into them at your own risk!
- I might just hate it when you sleep in that office shirt, but when you are away, I love to snuggle up in your shirt because it smells of you.
- Long before we explored each other's bodies, I had been fantasizing about being with you. That inhibition was only to get assured that you are all mine.
- I do think about my ex-es and compare them to you. Mostly you win, but you are not all perfect.
- 'I don't care you call or not' is pure pretence. In fact, I start waiting for your next call the moment one ends. Not just this, I eagerly want you to plan our next date even before the current one ends. I might not show it. So, don't fret about looking desperate just call! The gap looks like a lifetime to me.
- During the initial days of our relationship, I used to save all our chat histories and your SMSes and read them again and again. Sometimes, made my friends read them, too.
- The day you shared your password with me, digging into your chat records and mails was the first thing I did.
- I would love to know what turns you on. Though, I know it's going to be hilarious as I've seen your frequently-visited porn sites.
- You don't have to be a 'good boy' with me all the time. I don't mind talking a little dirty.
- You are my , but my 'best friend' is my confidante. From the size of your pay cheque, bank account to the size of your other assets…she knows it all. So, till you are telling her how much you all's fine. Remember she's my best friend and never yours.
- You rightly blame me for bombarding you with so many questions. But, that's my way of testing you. I judge and analyse you on every word, expression, action, e-mail or SMS you write to me or someone else. So, when I ask "Do you fantasize about other women?," the answer has to be "Why would I when I am with you?" So, better watch out!
- I love to make you a little jealous as it makes me feel wanted. So the next time you spot me flirting with your friend, know that I'm actually flirting with you through her.
- Every time I fight with you is because I feel ignored. Don't get into your cocoon when I'm bad. Just give me what I'm fighting for – a little attention and I'll be all yours.
- I love to get constant reminders of the much known fact that – you need me. So, what's the harm in dropping liners saying 'You complete me' or 'Don't ever leave me alone' … ?
- Last but not the least, irrespective of how independent and self-driven I am, how ever much I may say that I don't need a man to be happy, but still I want you to take charge when we are in bed.
What did Playboy model Jenna Bentley do on a shoot in Hawaii yesterday? Whatever comes natural to a fame whore, baby… Here is Jenna on a photo shoot on a beach when one of her gigantic left tit pop out. And then that boob popped out some more for good measure. Now you might ask yourself why does she keep um…popping out? While I ask why not? This is what attention whores do with thei tits. And by the way, a woman does inject that much cubic centimeters of silicone in her chest without being an attention whore. Anyway, Jenna is way too much plastic for my taste. Her boobs look like the creation of a mad scientific who has never seen a set of tits on a real live woman before. This is how airbags look after an auto accident. Maybe if they at least looked natural or maybe a little less like someone shoved honeydews down her shirt I wouldn't mind. I don't like plastic. And then there is the horsey thing! Click on pictures to enlarge.
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