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  • ross1948 12:01 am on April 16, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Korean Culture Day   

    Korean Culture Day, Depok, 18th April 


    Korean Culture Day 2015 – UI Depok

    Tanggal: 18 April 2015

    Tempat: Balairung UI Depok

    Waktu: 10.00 – 17.00 WIB

    Harga tiket masuk:

    • Presale: Rp. 40.000
    • On the spot: Rp. 50.000

    Korean Culture Day 2015

    Program acara yang akan berlangsung antara lain:

    • Talkshow: “All about K-Pop Concert in Indonesia”
    • Performances:
      • Little Lambs
      • Arumba BIPA
      • Sinden
      • Gukgasarang
      • Dance Campuran (Liga Tari)
      • Dance & Singing Cover
    • Bazaar
    • Pameran Pendidikan
  • ross1948 11:45 pm on April 15, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: blue penis, , Liberal Democrats, , weird tattoo man   

    Clegg’s Colourful Brummie Booster! 

    ‘My eyeballs are stained, it’s also known as an eyeball tattoo. I’ve got pirates on me, aliens on me and I’ve got a blue penis. My penis is blue.’  He also had his nipples cut off six months ago in a bid to provide himself with a smoother canvas and keeps the discarded body parts in his freezer ‘next to my sprouts.’




    No Comment needed -so far!


    For all that though, Mr Body Art says employers should take him seriously and look beyond his personal appearance to what’s inside. ‘I personally find it really difficult to get my head around it because there are companies out there that employ people on merit,’ he fumes.


    Legal: Mr Body Art shows off a passport emblazoned with his unusual self-chosen name

    His spare time is being spent helping the local branch of the Liberal Democrats campaign ahead of the election, although he admits that people often wish to talk about his body modifications rather than Lib Dem policies.

    No doubt.

    The former are more impressive than the latter!

    Read more:

  • ross1948 11:10 pm on April 15, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Easter worship, , , , ,   

    Jogjakarta Fanatics Demand Ban on Christian Worship! 



  • ross1948 8:54 pm on April 15, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Humber College, , , , transgender freaks   

    Toronto the Good? A Fading Memory, As Freaks Stalk Rest-Rooms… 

    Toronto the Good?
    A fading memory…but it was real. People were normal, behaved decently. They’d have scorned public displays of degeneracy, so degenerates remained skulking in their closets.
    In the days when decency reigned in Ontario,  I suppose men would occasionally enter a ladies’ toilet.
    Anybody who spotted such a transgression would realise that the man must be
    A blind
    B blind-drunk
    C   A filthy freak!
    But the times they are a-changing!-
    Humber College, Toronto, is now adorned with signs of decadence.  


    The wretches belong behind bars, in a mental hospital, or in prison!
    And I mean those responsible for the signs, as much as the trespassers. 

  • ross1948 3:30 pm on April 15, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    No More Drink? Jakarta on Brink of Prohibition 

    Home early, with horrid news. 
    Lawmakers from secular parties have added their voices to those of their counterparts in Islamic parties in support of a bill prohibiting the consumption of alcoholic beverages. 
    Fifteen years ago I’d have laughed out loud. Ten years ago I’d still have scoffed. Five years ago, I’d have said it was stretching things a bit.
    =============================Now? Faced with today’s JP story, I’m reminded of the Sinclair Lewis novel…

    ‘It Can’t Happen Here!’

    A disturbing tale of extremists coming to power in a society that naively took freedoms for granted. Thee so-called ‘secular’ parties appear to be crumbling before the advance of the worst elements in the land.

    The JP lists ruling Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P), the Golkar Party and the Democratic Party as among those who have  agreed to the deliberation of the bill. 

    Golkar is no surprise. At local levels the party created by the late dictatorship has fallen into the hands of intolerant fanatics, like No-Shame Neneng in Bekasi, where religious minority citizens are shamelessly persecuted. 

    Hey, Golkar! Are You TRULY Proud of ‘No-Shame’ Neneng

    Meanwhile, rather than acknowledge that it’s mere appeasement of nasty intolerants, any threadbare excuse is trotted out.

    “It’s for reasons of health and safety,”said one Democrat Party leader. The DP is the party that put President SBY ( champion of worldwide censorship of ‘blasphemy’) into power.
    Better then to ban the IslamoNazi thug gangs!
    But no chance of that, for look who injected this latest toxic nonsense into the body politic.
    Islamist National Development Party (PPP) and Prosperous Justice Party (PKS) initiated the bill in 2012…
    Yes, the PPP, whose most infamous spokesman for years was Minister of Religion Suryadharma Ali, aka the Archbigot of Jakarta.
    ali heretical Ali’s archbigotry
    anis    Anis  Osama   osama_bin_satan

    And the PKS? Their current leader tail-ended 9/11 by writing a sickening ode of praise for Osama Bin Laden.
    If these are the parties setting the course for Indonesia, then Indonesia is heading for the rocks. The prohibition bill prescribes between three months’ and two years’ imprisonment for anyone caught consuming alcohol.

    Interestingly, this monstrous scheme has been kept in the parliamentary shadows. A clap on the back to whoever whistle-blew the fanatics’ grand design, a copy of which has been obtained by The Jakarta Post.

    The reassuring thing is that Indonesians, once alerted to a wrong, will not just bow down – the childish attempts by the in-crowd to emulate tiresome Western-style harassment of smokers has only partially cowed the populace.
    Menaces to their modest intake of alcohol will face resistance too!
    The bill apparently has some get-out passages, including one concerning tourists. No details, but while the posh hotels may well get to keep their bars..
    … suppose you want to meet Indonesian friends or colleagues outside the luxury locations -say, a cold one on Jakarta’s Ancol sea-front?
    I believe there is a cop-shop with holding cells in that neighbourhood….
    =====. .
    This creeping shariah has already denied us the freedom to enjoy a beer at the tables outside the multitude of minimarts which Jakartans loved.
    Nor can you even buy a bottle there to take home.
     “The bill is aimed at ensuring public order,...” we hear that from a PDI-P man. That’s the party that put President Jokowi in the Palace, somebody we once thought liked freedom as an idea.

    Public order?  Again, the best way of ensuring public order is to outlaw the sectarian thug gangs.


    Sejumlah massa dari Front Pembela Islam (FPI) melakukan aksi di depan Gedung Mahkaman Konstitusi (MK), Jakarta, Rabu (27/1).



    “But it should not contradict the long-held traditions of our society,” continues this PDI-P minion, Masinton Pasaribu, who has apparently forgotten this is NOT an Islamic Republic.


    What next? Stoning ‘naughty’ women, as another means of ensuring public order?

    In fact, as the JP points out, alcoholic drinks have deep roots in Indonesian society, from the many traditional spirits and bootleg liquor to Bintang — a beer brand globally synonymous with Indonesia, home to the world’s biggest Muslim population. 

    That last phrase has no place in a Pancasila state, guaranteeing fair play to all creeds, not just the one that is biased against beer..


    Bintang boss Cosmas Batubara warns of the economic damage that would accompany the repressive aspects of prohibition – the business and investment climate would be severely disrupted if the bill were passed.

    It would certainly create a HUGE new category of law-breakers.
    And resident foreigners would be appalled – most of us don’t share the legislators’ opinion that Indonesians should be imprisoned for a harmless refreshment on a hot day.

     Bill on Alcohol prohibition gets secular backing

    • Penguin 9:05 am on April 16, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      This is a nightmare.
      Please tell me it’s a late April Fool!
      We might be better off if Prabowo had won.

  • ross1948 10:03 am on April 15, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: April 18/19th, Japan Pop Arts, Pejaten Village   

    Japan Pop Arts, Pejaten Village, April 18/19th 

    I was down in Pejaten Village, way down South Jakarta, only a few days ago. It’s a pretty nice mall, but if you want to stock up on groceries, please note Hypermarket is temporarily closed for renovation!

    Which is why I’m heading out now to find some bread and stuff.

    Unfortunately, the sun has moved behind those clouds again. So I may be some time!



    Japan Pop Arts Competition - Pejaten Village


  • ross1948 9:35 am on April 15, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , RIP Percy Sledge   

    RIP Percy Sledge 

    Woke up late today, despite the sunshine.

    It’s 9.30am and my third coffee and I switch on the tv for the news.

    Sad news!


    He’s gone, aged 74, but that song of his will last- much, much longer.




    Percy Sledge’s voice echoed around the dance halls and discos of my undergrad era, and those slow dancing years remain a most pleasant memory  .

    Thank you, Percy. 

  • ross1948 1:03 am on April 15, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Adelo Saws, cadet, , Islamist bigot. British justice, Judge Davison, poppy-seller,   

    Where Do Scum Scare Poppy-Selling Kids, Yet Walk Free from Court! 

    What the hell is wrong with  this man?

    I don’t mean Adelo Saws, a foul primitive who terrified a 12-year-old cadet selling poppies, but the ‘District Judge’ who let the sectarian pig trot free from a Derby court.

    It’s a matter of intense regret that a search for photos of either the swine or the court clown turned up a likeness of neither!

    So citizens who accost these examples of

    A – intolerable intolerance and

    B -unfathomable ineptitude

    (and I’m putting it mildly in both cases!) will not recognise them to administer the appropriate level of rebuke.


    However,here’s my idea of what Saws looks like..




    …And guess who this might be?idiot.


    So how come, after recent light-hearted posts, am I incandescent about this story?

    Just read the Mirror link!

  • ross1948 12:00 am on April 15, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Love of My Life Concert   

    Love of My Life Concert, Jakarta – 18th April 

  • ross1948 10:37 pm on April 14, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , bare-breasted, , , , , , Pamela Safitiri, , , sexy singer   

    Serigala Cantik Pamela Nangis Terus! 

    And since our stats are rocketing on that Duo Serigala story…

    … here’s an update from, to keep you abreast of developments!


    Poor Pamela Safitiri, whose exposure of her buxom figure has exposed her to such grief, could not do anything on Friday (13/04/2015). Her mind was so messed up…


    Sejumlah massa dari Front Pembela Islam (FPI) melakukan aksi di depan Gedung Mahkaman Konstitusi (MK), Jakarta, Rabu (27/1). Scary thugs hiding behind masks

    Those white-shirt vigilantes have a serious problem with women who like to look like women, and Pamela’s God-given attributes make it ABSOLUTELY IMPOSSIBLE for her to look like anything else.


    But she herself was not responsible for those outstanding photos, which have thrilled many normal men and appalled sectarian fanatics. It transpires that her Instagram was hacked and uploaded by person or persons unknown!

    Some unchivalrous hound, clearly. A cad! Or was it some backward bint consumed by jealousy?

    According to Pamela, she woke up at 6am that day….everything began to go downhill when she couldn’t open her Instagram account. Then, to her shock, her profile pictures had changed to exciting photos of herself.

    “It shocked me,” said Pamela.

    I dare say it did, and even more shocking is that she said that while at Jakarta Police HQ!

    Alas, the report isn’t clear why she was there. Certainly, if those management guys felt threatened by the ewhiteshirt gangsters, the police should be called in to get the thugs. Or maybe Pamela was lodging complaints about the hackers.

    But unfortunately here, people entangled with electronic naughtiness can end up in prison.

    Remember Ariel!


    Bandung Judge Fesses Up – Islamonazi Goon Squads Influenced Ariel Verdict 

    So no wonder Pamela could not stop crying. I cried continuously until evening, to the point that my eyes were swollen!”

    Well, I don’t have much going on this coming Sunday – if she needs a shoulder to cry on, I have two.

    • Pandu 9:55 am on April 15, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      You take her home to your country.
      We do not want this kind in our country.

      • Alan N 12:48 pm on April 15, 2015 Permalink | Reply

        Who exactly is ‘we,’ Pandu?
        You are speaking for yourself, family, friends, colleagues, kampung, FPI, MUI?

        A majority, you think? I don’t,

        If Ross took all the city’s naughty girls to his country (although I don’t think many of them would want to go) Jakarta’s population would be much depleted.

        There are more naughty girls in town than there are FPI, and a good thing too. A bare boob is much easier to handle than a clenched fist.

    • JazPen 10:28 am on April 15, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      I was just reading in the papers today that Indonesia is going to ban alcohol, with prison for anyone caught drinking it.
      If the parliament here is crazy enough to pass this, there will be thousands of us leaving.

      if Pamela wants to come home to my country, I’ll be happy to take her with me!

    • Terry 10:53 am on April 15, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      I’ll take her home!

    • Anita 11:10 am on April 15, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      You must not obey Pak Pandu, do not take her to your country, Ross.
      We want you to stay here in Indonesia.
      But you can take her to your warteg, if she likes.

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