THE HAZE is back......yeah, I thought Penang will not be so badly affected as we only saw the blurry days for a few days and then the skies cleared over the weekend; in fact, due to its geographic location and also the fact that it was surrounded by the sea and also the windy/rainy times recently.
Boy, was I wrong as the haze came back on Friday/Saturday after a downpour on Thursday. Weird huh? Don't the rain usually helps to clear the haze and restore the blue skies for us? Instead, it seems to be the other way round here up north...haha...the rain actually brought the haze. Some even said that the wind blew the haze back to Penang.....well, who knows for sure anyway?
Sighhhh...I took this picture from the Fort Cornwallis area; Jalan Padang Kota Lama or fondly remembered as the old Gurney Drive by the locals. The cruise ship looks blurred which indicates how bad the haze was; guess the API and visibility would have raised and dropped respectively. API - Air Pollutant Index Visibility - measured in KM on the distance that can be seen compared to the normal days
Let's just hope some people will have common sense to stop burning their rubbish or cease burning immediately to avoid further damage or aggravate the current condition.
Quote from our neighbours which really tickled me was that we Malaysians should not point fingers at them when the haze occurs every year and that we should not be ungrateful as they do provide us with the oxygen from the huge forest population in the country and they do not receive thanks or words of compliments from us for that....hahahha....... In that case, I guess there should be some sort of resolution to contain the overflowing or leakage of oxygen from the country which could benefit others..huh?= p
Don't misunderstand; I was not stuck in any jam on the bridge when I came back from the mainland where I worked; Kulim - far from it; I was breezing on the bridge and all the way home where I took my bath quickly and set off to Georgetown for dinner. Dang; using the coastal highway to go to town proved to be disastrous...there was a long crawl on the road where the reasons that came to our mind were: 1. Traffic police directing the traffic (yeah, surprisingly they were the ones trying to help to control the traffic flow but ended up causing traffic) 2. A serious car accident has occurred 3. Bottleneck (the wide road branching into lesser number of roads)
Whatever the reason, we were tired after a day's work and well, here we are, stuck in a jam and then was wondering the main reason behind the whole congestion on the road. Well, turns out that the jam was due to the congregation heading back to the Prai/Butterworth (mainland) -> yeah, even the sign says; "Kesesakan di atas jambatan. Berhati hati ketika memandu" Sighhh....my comment "Kesian juga orang yang tak terlibat; mentang mentang kena merangkak juga"......well, needless to say, it was a smooth breeze after the fork turning into the bridge.......woohooo........
Haha....decided to do a post on this Paris Hilton's new single...not THAT new anymore but I kinda had that tune playing on my mind right now and thus, here I am blogging on this song :)
Hmmm...the heiress to the Hilton chain hotel has been shifting her focus from the fashion runway to the big screen then singing. Her talent is pretty much on the average for the singing and acting although she does have the slim and classy attributes of a runway model. I have watched her in House of Wax; nothing much of any notable appearance or performance - didn't watch her reality TV series though.
Anyway, back to Stars are Blind; I should say it had a pretty catchy tune and not bad for a single from Paris Hilton. I kinda liked the flow of the song as well; which explained why my mind is playing the tune over and over again....hehehe....
Set to inherit the Hilton throne from her family, Paris is rumoured to be one spoilt and arrogant little brat. In my opinion, this may not be the case. She may be rich (filthy rich) actually and does not even need to work for a living BUT one must admire her pertinence and obstinance to go to the entertainment industry - in my opinion, all she wants is just a simple teenage life and to explore and see different things. Her path is definite since the day she is born - to take on the Hilton empire but she still has the time before the actual passdown from the family.
While she is young, why not explore other opportunities? I heard she is pretty spoilt and arrogant due to her qualities and also her main intention to enter the entertainment is to gain quick fame and popularity - well, my point is, she is just a normal girl, why can't everyone give her a break? So what if she wants to be noticed - I don't see that as a crime.... My conclusion: everyone tends to be too judgemental; may I take it as a notion of jealousy and envy since she is born with a silver spoon in her mouth and she has the aspiring qualities - almost picture perfect.
Guess everyone would feel better if Paris is untalented, geeky and fashion misfit - which unfortunately is not...hahaha.....guess some are just born lucky :)
"Even though the Gods are crazy...even though the stars are blind..." Singing and playing this tune in my head over and over again.....hehehe....not bad huh *winks*
Yeah...here I am moaning over my fate on the rented house and also the past year's experience staying in that house. The house is actually a corner unit of a semi-detached row of houses in Sungai Dua, directly opposite the mosque entrance of USM. My house is directly next to the U-Heights apartment which has a large monsoon drain and a small alley by the side which is a shortcut to the shops.
Last year, I found a job here in Penang and somehow found this place which my parents kinda liked. I preferred another place but anyway, I took up the place since the room was kinda huge and the utility bills were covered, room was furnished with table, bed and cupboard. On top of that, my parents negotiated and the landlady agreed to let me park my car in the house. (She has a large compound and I later found out from the existing housemates that she does not allow anyone to park their car in the house....weird)
Anyway, my housemates told me lots of stuffs about the landlady - this house was previously owned by a couple and the landlord is a nice guy who just collects the rental from them and do no come to the house. However, their bliss ended when the landlord abruptly sold his house to this old lady who is also staying on the same street and owned 2-3 houses on that same street. Hers was the first corner unit when you first turned into the neighborhood; at the point of the T-junction. So, I started getting a taste of her when she comes to bug us every other week on miscellaneous and petty stuffs. Soon, I was also one of her victim when she told me to park my car sideways instead of straight on the porch. When I go into the porch, I need to drive my car about 70 degrees to the left and park it by the windows of the rooms. Well.......speechless. Her reason given is that she does not want anyone to block the main passageway to the main house which has nobody; not a single soul staying there at all. **Her house is renovated in such a way that there are 2 parts of the house; the main house and then a renovated back portion of the house which is an additional extension building and which is where she rented out to us; consists of 4 rooms downstairs with a kitchen area and 2 bathrooms; 2 bedrooms upstairs with 2 bathrooms as well and links directly to the main house - 3 main bedrooms and the overall house** She planned to rent out the main house as a whole; with all the rooms, etc. Anyway, she told me not to park my car on the front porch and I need to steer my car to park sideways so that I do not block the main entrance. I was bewildered at her request; but it is her house...so... After 2 months, I started noticing people using the main house on weekends for tuition classes.
Then comes the main gate and padlock issue. She made this little plastic cover from recycled plastic bottles to cover the padlock from the rain - I have that similar gadget in my own house. So, I pretty much adhered to the thing and covered it each time I leave the house. There is another guy staying upstairs who also parked his car inside after seeing me do so without the landlady's consent (she complained to me before). I don't know but I know I did my part in covering the padlock. Landlady came and reprimanded me and I told her I did...that time, the guy upstairs was not around so I was fully victimized as her anger tool.
Then I have witnessed a couple of other issues with the housemates. They were final year students in USM and upon the completion of their final paper, they wanted to go travelling with friends (naturally). So, they informed her that they need an extension of 2-3 days to place their stuffs as their other friends did with their respective landlords. Landlady refused and told them that even 1 day, she will consider a month's rental.
Well, since I stayed for one whole year, I have seen lots of things happening BUT I do not wish to bad mouth anybody. The reason I am saying this is just to blog my feelings and thoughts and not propagating any rumours, etc. For friends who read my blog, perhaps you can take the heed to be careful when renting houses...especially this house in Sungai Dua.....the last house....
So, as mentioned, I decided to move out finally....last week AFTER the incident - definitely more set to make my BIG move. I was pretty busy looking for houses, contacting owners and went house viewing. Well, due to time constraints and the fact that I wanted to shift immediately, I was pretty anxious as well. Anyway, a friend offered a relative's place to stay in the meantime while I am waiting for my ex-manager who is offering someone to care for his place while he is relocated to US for the next 6-9 months. He will be leaving by the end of this week so in the meantime, I need to talk to my landlady to inform her of my decision.
I went with a friend last Friday; 29th September to inform her and ask whether it is possible for a deposit refund, knowing it is impossible since it is late notice. Anyway, I just went to try my luck and related my story to the landlady who initially tried to tell me that she has changed the padlock and that the guy will not harm us. However, since I was pretty firm, she didn't say much and so I asked her whether we can have a refund of the deposit. She said yes, provided I need to move out by 30th and then return her the keys. She will refund the deposit upon the return of the keys. So, I felt that she was nice and considerate of the situation and called mum and dad to inform her that there were no issues and I can move out by tomorrow to temporarily locate in my friend's relative's house. I wasted no time in finalizing my packing and the boxes for all my stuffs....hehe...amazingly lots of stuffs and I have to admit, I really did not like the notion of shifting with the amount of stuffs I have :( I spent the whole night and by dawn, I was ready to deport all my stuffs to my car and my friend's who helped me to move to the new place. (I also spent some time talking to my housemate G, who was remotely depressed as she realized she will be the only one left with S and me leaving - we are both moving out on the same day. She was petrified at the thought that she will have to stay alone and I consoled her) Then I packed....
I moved out the next day....hoooo....took 2-3 hours to get things done and then there comes the unpacking and cleaning in the house. Apparently that was a furnished vacation apartment that belonged to my friend's aunt and I felt grateful for the temporary accommodation. So, after that, I went back to my landlady's to return the keys; made 3 trips back since she was not around.
Then about 5pm, I caught her at home and returned her the keys; expecting the deposit refund. To my utmost shock, she refused to return the deposit "No, I cannot return you the deposit" "But you said yesterday that you will return once I move out on 30th and return you the keys???) "Ohhh, that was an accidental hasty reply. I talked to my son last night and he said No, I was stupid to return deposit for such late notice" I argued that my case was different, I felt threatened to continue my stay in her place since the locks were not changed. Also, I reminded her that previously we did object and raised our concern before she rented out the place to that couple which went unheeded and thus this incident forced the sudden move. "You need to give me 1 month's notice before moving out" (Do you honestly think I can actually predict the guy will commit suicide last month???)
I argued in a civilized manner; in fact, VERY politely with her that I fulfilled whatever she told me and she should do the same. "No, you ask every owner - you need 1 month's notice" "Yes, I understand that rule BUT the thing is...now, this is different. I asked you ahead and if you said No, of course I won't argue now. BUT, please bear in mind that YOU told me it's okay and that I need to move out ASAP by 30th; which is today and uponn returning the keys, you will refund the deposit" Then I motioned to my friend who was in the car with a shake of my head and he came in as well to see the situation. Then my landlady (she's an old lady by the way) started shouting at us...I tell you, she was shouting the same thing again and again... "I told you, 1 month's notice!!! Where got such thing???" My friend argued with her and she told him to shut up "Nothing to do with you; you better 'diam diam'..this is between me and her" She shouted at the top of her voice and refused to let us reason out with her......in fact, she denied all my grounds....UN-reasonable. At this point, I was on the verge of tears since she was screaming and I was still trying to calm her down that I am not picking a fight; just that for my rights - and I do not have a place to stay "Ah yee (aunty in Hokkien), if you cannot return the deposit, then you should have told me so to stay for another month. Now you forced me to move out in a day and refused to return my deposit....I don't know what to do!!" "My son said NO" "YOU said YES, and we always liaise with you. If your whole house has more than 10 people having their say, who do you expect us to listen to?" "My son said NO yesterday..." "Then you should've told me instantly so I do not have to move out...." "I tried looking for you last night but you were not in and even this morning, you already moved out" (LIAR....I was packing the whole night and was at home. I even chatted with G at night) My friend chipped in "SHE was at home the whole night and this morning, we paced back and forth until about 10.30a.m; nobody came to tell us anything" She kept saying she tried to tell me since last night....YEAH, right.... Then I kept telling her my case was different, this guy is dangerous and threatening. We lived in fear and in the dark on when he will appear in the house. "Don't lie lar; simply make up stories...he won't do anything to you wan...his target is only his girlriend" "NO....he's out of his mind....he's always scaring the whole house and the noise and commotion caused disturbed the entire household!" "Don't simply say lar....you are okay until now...not injured or hurt by him at all; proves that he didn't do anything to you mar" My friend snapped at her immediately... "EXCUSE ME...of COURSE she is unhurt now...if anything happened to her, will we still be here calmly talking to you?I'd see you in the police station or court" "Did you know she did not sleep for the whole week? She has been living in fear since the incident...and they never had peace since they moved in!!! That's your responsibility to bear" "DON't LIE lar...." (denying every single thing we said) "NO refund, no refund.....I have no time to talk to you anymore, don't waste my time..." and she walked away. I stood there in the compound, and waited while she was still screaming at the top of her voice at the back of her house. Her daughter then came back (she's a teacher who teaches in the house I rented every weekend). She smiled and heard her mom screaming. I told her the whole story and she calmly said that we need a month's notice to refund the deposit. I told her my situation and she understood; she even asked her mom in Hokkien "Mom, did you miscommunicate to this young lady??" Screams again! Then she told me to contact her brother who is actually the owner of the house and I did, almost immediately. Now, when I called him and told him my identity, "In that case, I'd said NO. No 1 month's notice, NO refund" "But Mr Ooi, please listen to my situation. I know the 1 month rule BUT I asked her yesterday and she commanded me to move out in order to refund which I did AND now, she's turning back on her word..." "I'd still say NO; the house belongs to me" "Mr Ooi, I think the situation here is , we as tenants do not know for a fact whom the house belongs to..all I know is, for the past 1 year I stayed here, we were told to contact the landlady for anything and OF course, to us, she's the owner. If she cannot make the decision, she should have told me so yesterday. I am just a tenant who has to move out immediately and frankly, I don't even have a place to stay yet!! "I said, no refund....I have a meeting to go to now...my decision is final" He hung up on ME!
Like mother like son.... At this point, I stood there in the porch helplessly and my friend told me to request for the keys in return since she refused to return the deposit. So, I asked the grandson whether she can return me the keys. She rushed out and demanded "Why you want the keys back???" I am LOST.... "Ah yee, you don't want to return my deposit, so now I need/forced to stay for another month. I need my keys back, don't I?" "You moved out already, what for you need the keys?" "I haven't found a place to stay yet and am staying at a friend's place. Instead of bothering people and since I still have a room here, I can pack some clothes to stay for another month" "What for? You already moved out!!" "Ah yee, I really don't know what to do now....you refused to refund me and insisted 1 month's notice and now I don't want the refund and continued to fulfill my term in the remaining month and you also refused?" She grumbled and muttered... "I will return you half month's deposit and you leave...that's all" I just took the money from her grandson while hearing her screams as I left the place.....
I felt guilty and upset that the landlady got so worked up....it was the last thing I ever wanted- to create such a situation upon leaving. However, I have my rights to defend and I am now alone in the BIG world, I cannot always give in to everything; I need to stand up on my own as well. You may think I am wrong but I think that my landlady's the one being very unreasonable and confused. I am a victim there and I just hoped for some empathy....she cannot see the situation or fear we went through as she is rich and her daughters are staying with her. If her daughter is in my situation, guess she will not say it so freely that "nothing will happen, the guy's only after his girlfriend"
SIGH....how I missed my home in KL.....I am really exhausted by all this turns and events.....and last thing was for old people getting upset and shouting at me.... I swear, I definitely used a soft tone throughout the entire conversation with her....BUT....SIGHHHH....
Anyway, now I have officially moved out and G will be moving out by the end of this week (she managed to find a place too...) Practically the whole house is now empty - no one is renting the rooms despite the location which is pretty near to USM. As G mentioned, it is an off-season as all the students have settled in their accommodations....well, what we really think is, this is not a place worth staying...(not judgmental on my case); ask all my previous housemates and they'd tell you the same thing about the landlady's behavior which I now finally believe.... So if you want a hassle free environment, really, just stay away......
Woooo.........been a few months; yeah, months since I updated my blog; well with the busy schedule and also the company's organizational change, I am totally occupied with the happenings around me. But I will leave that to another story - besides work, there's also the after work which bothers me :S
If you still remember an old entry of mine which practically "whines" about a couple who moved in and became my housemates who do not keep the house clean....so this is about them again... Well, apart from their "UN-cleanliness" which I beg not to elaborate or bad mouth further - let's just keep it unknown, this couple have the tendency to shout at each other and quarrel every other day and I mean real fights most of the time or at least from my point of view, the girl is kind of temperamental and couldn't stop grumbling, rambling or nagging the guy in the most annoying way. Now if you ask me how would I know how they quarrel...haha...that's the funniest part. I am staying in the next room and our rooms are practically attached to each other. Before you accuse me of eavesdropping, I should point out that I mentioned attached to each other- in fact, there is an opening at the attaching wall way high up there that is sort of like a passage way to the other room. So, most of the time, we could hear each other pretty well and with their loud and raised voices, need I say more? Most of the time, I do not intend or not even interested to listen to their conversation and thus I put on my headphones and do my work while listening to music. However, they do pick the best time to quarrel or squabble over trivial things - MY bedtime. I know, I sleep annoyingly early which is abnormal for most of the people BUT, they pick fights after midnight or at least from 11pm onwards. It can be over the most minute matters; a common everyday scenario: (Girl walks into the room, closed the door...) Girl: What are you doing???? (In an irritated tone) (barely hears any answer from the guy) Girl: Look at you, can't you at least pick this up???? OR Girl: You see lar, ask you to do simple stuffs also can make such a mess!!!!! bla...bla...bla
(*in Cantonese as they are from Ipoh) Then they will slam the door....well, that is still bearable, even with their crazy clocks where they only sleep and switch off the lights at 5 or 6am; which is exactly the time when I wake up to go to work. Fine...none of my problem; even when they quarrel and woke me up in the middle of the night. **Another thing to note, they moved in only slightly after June this year and stayed until this month....read on for the rest of the story.....**
So, this goes on and eventually all the housemates got used to it except that I was a little worried about my car which was parked near their room window. My room is the inner one whereas the remaining 3 rooms downstairs face the house compound. Their room was directly where my car was parked and don't get me started on why my car was parked in such a way in the house - that'd be another story I'll post in a separate entry.
I heard from the other housemate, S, who stayed in the room next to theirs as well and also facing the porch, "Did you know how their room lost 2 window panes?" I shrugged and shook my head at loss. "They fought a lot and so happened once, they hit the window panes and it broke!" My mouth formed a small O at the mention of that close hit :0 "That time you were not at home..." she continued..." I was at home with my boyfriend in the room and we heard them fighting. Then we heard the glass broke and thought nothing of it until we remembered your car was there..." "We hurried out to inspect your car and thank God it was unhurt" Anyway, I never noticed any scratch marks on my car anyway although I was aware that there were 2 missing lower panes from their window.
Then this type of life went on until last month, they had another BIG fight, and I mean really BIG. I was sleeping until 11pm, I heard the an impatient knocking on the room door...and it was really hard and desperate, thus such loud sound which awoke me. Then I heard the girl screaming, "You'd better OPEN the door now!!!" Then no sound from within the room; then I heard running footsteps towards exiting the main wooden door and out of the house. Then I heard the girl screaming from outside (at the window near my car) "OPEN this door!!" This scenario with the girl pacing back and forth went on for 10 minutes before the guy finally opened the door. Don't ask me why he refused to in the first place :( The minute she got in, it was worse than before she got in - she started shouting at him and I heard motion of the stuffs inside the room and then a clanking sound of a metal jug; then pushing of chairs - whoa, REAL fight. I was a little bothered as I was tired but I just covered my ears with my pillow and tried to get back to sleep. Anyway, I managed to get up in the morning and I guess the girl left (AGAIN!) to stay with her friend, as usual after each fight they had. I thought nothing of it but S asked me about it and we noticed there was a big bag full of clothes and jeans which was thrown into the dustbin. We shrugged the whole matter off anyway until the landlady came to tell us that the couple really FOUGHT and the guy actually slapped the girl hard in the face that it was swollen or bled. The girl went to the landlady to ask for another room and the latter decided that only one of them should stay in the house. Naturally, the landlady kicked the guy out of the house and the girl stayed. For the first few days, she went to another friend's house to stay then I saw her coming back with a girl friend along with the landlady. That's where the landlady also told me about the case and I just nodded. Then another housemate (there were about 5 of us at that time; including the couple and the other 2 girl housemates stayed there long enough with me and we knew each other very well). So, back to the story, G, told me that the guy came back that afternoon and the girl and her friend were in the room. The girl refused to talk to him BUT the friend actually reprimanded...erm, too mild, SCOLDED him for hitting her and even criticized his parents and his upbringing. G then told me that the guy got emotional after more than an hour of scolding and told the friend, "In that case, I will just go and kill myself" and he rushed out of the house crying. The girl heard those words and started crying and asked her stunned friend, "He wants to commit suicide, what should I do?"
Then that night, 2 of his guy friends came looking for him as they were unable to contact him. We tried knocking on the door but to no avail and they tried to sneak a peek through the window but was also unable to see anything. Anyway, it got us worried especially me, as I thought he really died in the room. Then S and G ran off to the landlady to get the keys with a witty excuse and opened the door. Fortunately, there was nobody.
Then after a few days, the girl came back with a friend to stay with her and naturally, the girl has a tendency to speak loudly which seems like she's shouting, yeah, it's the same way even with her friend.
So, we thought the storm is over. Then occasionally, we heard that the guy do come back but since there was no proof, nobody bothered. Then S told me that the girl actually requested the landlady to change the lock on all the doors but the landlady refused to as it involved multiple keys for everyone in the house and was too cumbersome. The girl just changed her own door lock as she was worried the guy may have duplicated the keys and may come back to bug her. Nevertheless, we did not take much notice of that but I was already seriously considering to move out; not only because of this but also because of the house condition (esp the bathroom) and also the landlady who always find fault with everything.
Then, the BIG thing happened. Just last week, 26th September, I remembered clearly as I was waiting to call my mum for her birthday the next day. I slept early that night and then was awakened by noises sharp at midnight. There was a sudden motion of somebody getting up from the chair suddenly and shouted (the GIRL again) "I MUST call the police this time....I don't care!!!" Then I heard a loud breathing (that of a guy's) - seems to be coming from the room. Then I heard the pulling motion of window pane from their room and the friend screamed "What are you doing?You are bleeding!!" At this point, I was more than awake and was wondering what were they up to this time. Silently I wished they would just settle this maturely and quietly outside and leave us to sleep peacefully. Then I heard the pulling of the pane got harder and more desperate and the girl kept screaming "Must call the police!!! You are MAD!!!" Then I heard her calling someone and spoke in Mandarin "Is this XX's parents??? Hello, Aunty, your son is MAD already!!!' Then she ran out of the room and shouted that MUST call the police!! Then I heard the loud breathing and the slowed down of the pane pulling. I heard another girl's voice saying softly "Why are you doing this? Have you ever thought before you do something like this? Have you ever thought of your parents?" Loud breathing followed by sobs...could barely hear but guess it's something like " Why is she not forgiving me??" Then the girl ran back into the room "Have you had enough of this??? Stop being crazy around here, LEAVE me alone or I will call the police!!" He then pulled desperately at the window pane again and sobbed loudly. The girl ran out of the room and then suddenly the pulling stopped. I heard running footsteps towards the main wooden door, which is just less than a few feet away from my own room. There I heard the pulling of the window pane again, by the window near the main door.
I must admit, at this point I was totally freaked out, I know this is not a small thing anymore as I heard the friend keep screaming that there's blood and the girl herself screamed then cried hysterically when the guy was pulling at this window pane. I was really SCARED....fear and then something struck my mind, my CAR was there!!! I prayed that he will not do anything crazy and smashed the glass on my car....you could never tell as he's out of his mind now. I worried and also feared for my own safety....I badly wanted to go out but was genuinely afraid to as I feared he may have weapon and may hurt us. I texted G to ask whether she is awake....no response.... After a while, their friends arrived and then she opened the door for him and locked again hurriedly. I went out of my room to make a trip to the bathroom and the moment I opened the door, I saw the spots of fresh blood on the window near the main door and I was truly scared by the sight. I hurried back into my room and tried to sleep; then I heard them discussing that the girl should go to another friend's place to stay. Then the guy was rushing at the window again -I could barely remember anymore or probably DO not want to recall :( The whole drama ended at about 2.30a.m. with the girl leaving the house with her friends who were kind enough to wipe off the blood from the window and the floor. Then at about 3am, I heard someone come back again - not sure whether it is the girl. I could not sleep anymore, much as I forced myself to and I had to get up for work anyway at about 4-5 and so, I got up determinedly and switched on the lights... Guess what I want to do now? I packed....ho, YES, I PACKED all my stuffs, I am definitely moving out this time!! No time to waste... I didn't sleep the whole night because of 2 final year USM students who cannot break up in a mature manner and do not have the common sense to be considerate to others. Furthermore, aren't final year students loaded with their assignments and projects prior to graduation....I remembered I did when I was in MMU and we barely had time...and here they are, midnight suicide drama?? Man, there is a need to review the syllabus of the final year students here......and perhaps to include that you guys may choose to not attend class, BUT hello, we need to WORK after we graduated and have no intention at all to watch any DRAMA!! A truly traumatizing, disturbing and definitely sickening incident to affect the innocent people who did nothing at all except wanting a peaceful sleep after a hard day's work!!