Supper @ Wai Sek Kai

I have not been to SS2 for years. And if I were to be more specific, its about the SS2 'Wai Sek Kai' or the Selera Makan. If you mention this place, everyone knows about it. This is the place to be where almost anything you wish to eat, is there. (Except for shakes, candies, burgers, petai, Bak Kut Teh, paper wrapped chicken, beggar chicken, pizza, bentos, roti canai, etc.)

Anyway, one thing led to another and as a result, both of us ended up there. While I had a nice bowl of chicken porridge and some Leng Chee Kang, the Char Koey Teow was delicious, except that it was too oily, the Chinese sausages tasted like nothing on Earth and well, it was oily. And this was just an hour after our dinner too.

One nice thing about the Wai Sek Kai now is
that it has free Wifi. I cannot imagine how it
would look like on Monday nights but already
this group on the left brought out a Dell net-
book and most of them are on 'Berrys.

Skidding at work

Dang. This is another problem for me. The start for this year might not be so great. Sure, I had a few good ones but its being tipped off balance by smaller problems. Gout for one, then there is the broken window and so on. Now, this.

I was late coming to work because of the faulty traffic lights in Bangsar. It sort of gos to red in less than 10 seconds. So, there were a long line of cars on both sides of the road. And when I say long line, I mean it starts from the Federal Highway to Mid-Valley to that stupid traffic lights at MacDonalds.

So, I rushed as much as I could, driving a little over 80 on a 60 and finally, I reached the office. Because I was late, I had to park near the perimeter gate. And as I stepped on the brakes, the car skidded and hit the concrete construct. OK, so that area was slippery and my front tires were bald (I haven't been driving for 2 years and they were due to be changed in 2007). It ended up with a cracked rim and damaged sidewall.

And guess what? I was three minutes early. Grrr......

This was the tire marks taken the day after.
From here, I think there is nothing slippery
but signs of baldness. Haih.

Cracked rims, damaged sidewall.

Later on, when I came out, the tire looks flat, which means only one thing. Damaged tire.
But it was not so when I drove the flat tire to the nearest Petrol Station and pumped it back. Seems OK to me but I have to drive slowly since its two weeks more before I can change the set of tires. Or maybe, go to Klang and change all four tires but pay around RM700........ nah.