Monday, January 15, 2007
Wet notes from the floods
Send this Ad to the dry-cleaners, Nazir!
Quite a few people are not amused by this latest ad by CIMB.
It's because of the floods.
People drying up their belongings in the aftermath of the worst floods the country has ever seen.
They think Nazir Razak ought to throw out the ad.
Be more sensitive to the sufferings of the flood victims. Most of whom don't have wet notes to hang dry.
They think the bank should give away the RM250,000 prize money to the flood victims .
In a related development, the PM is monitoring the floods closely from afar, said Syed Hamid Albar, whose constituency Kota Tinggi, Johor is the worst hit by the floods. "The prime minister has pledged to return quickly from the Asean summit in Cebu City to visit the affected areas," he told Bernama here.
Latest, blogger Ahmad A. Talib, who posted some very wet pictures here the other day, sent out a plea just a while ago for doctors, nurses and volunteers. Click here for details. Be warned: this is not a sight-seeing tour of the flooded areas, he said.
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