17 July 2009

Sudden death?

What exactly is "SUDDEN DEATH"?

Picked this up from Wikipedia.

In a sport or game, sudden death (or a sudden-death round) is a form of competition where play ends as soon as one competitor is ahead of the others, with that competitor becoming the winner.

Sudden death is typically used as a tiebreaker when a contest is tied at the end of the normal playing time or the completion of the normal playing task.



Patricia said...

Hmmm, indeed. SO: what was the 'game' that was being played? That required this 'sudden death'? What indeed....

Richard Loh said...

"Sudden Death" according to 1Malaysia najib police is, you die willingly after making a superman style flying down from a tall building.

HH said...

Hi...emails that i have sent to Malaysia seems to take a long time to arrive...it would seem that a hell of a lot of Malaysians are on the internet sending and getting messages...something seems to be brewing..the same thing happened during the Perak crisis..can you feel the vibes in KL? Sometimes I cannot get into sites in malaysia - let me know what you know ok?


donplaypuks® said...

“Well-placed sources and officials close to the MACC said Teoh was “manhandled and threatened” by investigators during a 10-hour interrogation as part of a political conspiracy to bring down opposition leaders, led by Anwar Ibrahim, and to implicate them for alleged misuse of funds.

“When he refused to do so, the officers dragged him to a window on the 14-story building and threatened to throw him out,”said the source who was not authorized to speak to media.”

Well, this piece from Malaysian Mirror is interesting. Check it out at:



We are all of one Race, the Human Race.
That is all that really matters.

Estrelita Soliano Grosse said...

Pat: My exact thoughts. Great minds think alike!

Richard: I can see you are really angry. Many of us are.

HH: Something has been brewing for a while. Sadly, it's not palatable.

Donplaypuks: I agree that we are all one race, the human race. And yes, that is all that matters.