August 4, 2014

attention seeking

It seems to be a habit nowadays to whip out the phone camera to record down everything the first instance one gets stopped by a cop. What the fuck’s with that? It seems to be plaguing the predominantly Chinese attention seeking fucktards…

I’ve seen one video done by this guy with a really nerdy voice and downright fucking broken Bahasa Malaysia…. here’s how it goes : The video starts with the guy inside a car, challenging a cop who was standing next to his wound down driver window – rudely – on what was his offence to be stopped for a summon. The cop nonchalantly replied “You didn’t wear your seatbelt” and continued to write him the summon (I think he also asked for his driver’s license and a signature for the summon, I forgot). The nerdy guy, instead of shutting the fuck up already, started to chide the cop for abusing his power etc and then refused to sign the paper summon. I kinda remembered him saying “Ini macamkah polis Malaysia??” along with his other barely intelligible broken BeeEm outlash. I don’t specifically understand what he meant by that, but fuck me for being clueless – isn’t it part of the traffic cop’s job to stop and ticket traffic offenders? So what was the guy expecting? Traffic cop to ride around in cool bikes for show? The cop was quite professional, he actually told the guy that if he was unhappy about the summon, he can opt to challenge it in the court of law (which is the right course).

And the guy, for some really mind boggling reasons, would continue to ask the cop on what was his offense, repeatedly. Probably couldn’t register what a ‘seatbelt is’ (hence the offence). Or maybe he was desperately attempting to goad the cop to get medieval with him or something like that so that he’d get a good clip out of his mobile phone (whoring for more hits). Fucking retarded, these attention seeking shitfucks. But I salute to the cop who even gave the camera a smile despite being ill treated like that. I mean, I had gotten mad over less retarded encounter than this, but the cop held his esteem damn fucking well. (And he got the nerd to sign the summon without altercation).

This is the reality we have to face everyday. Shitfucks who would film everything they see/do – and the equally detestable retards who would share everything they come across on the social media. Encouraged by the popularity of reality shows on mainstream TV and the cheap availability of high quality video cameras (gopro/mobile phones, etc), these people would not hesitate to whip the camera out of a moment’s reflex. Tsunami? Great let’s fucking film it instead of running. Building on fire? Omg this is gonna get me some hits on youtube. Guy hitting his wife? Let’s record and upload it in Facebook instead of helping the woman!

To me, you see, attention seeking is a form of social decadence. Let us all educate our children to not condone such acts, shall we?

michaelooi  | what I saw  | 

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