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The United States president flies on one of two Boeing 747-VC25 official planes, which are now 25 years old from first flight.

Malaysia's Prime Minister in a terse reply is that one out of 7 official planes Malaysia has is 16 years old and a safety hazard, despite the fact that a lot of commercial airlines are over 20 years old.

What would be a much better response, is to show the existing running costs of current plane vs the new one, and also the schedule and usage of the official planes so Malaysian public can decide on their own whether it's worth spending a few hundred million for new plane for the Prime Minister or a new hospital.

https://najibrazak.com/faq-2/
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From what I understand, parts in planes are replaced on schedule prior to estimated failure time rather than like a car where you wait for the part to show distress (leaking oil etc...) . Thus, a plane may be old in age but composed of new parts. The other issue is whether the replacement parts are still being manufactured.
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Writing about science in Bangladesh seems to guarantee you a death sentence.

Das, meanwhile, was said to be the editor of Jukti, a scientific magazine, and also contributed to the blog Mukto Mona, which was run by Avijit Roy, a Bangladeshi blogger also hacked to death in February.

A similar type of attack killed blogger Washiqur Rahman Babu in March in the Bangladeshi capital of Dhaka. CPJ said that the blogger "wrote about religion, science, and against communalism, mainly on Facebook."
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This is insane. 😨
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Looks like a scholarly discourse. Will read. Thanks
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Cool.
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This is crazy.  Here are 95 perfectly cut 2.5 cm cubes of unprocessed foods, so beautifully made and organized that they look computer generated (but they aren't!).  What I find really impressive is that most items are really easy to identify, even with such small samples... how many can you get?  

Learn more (and check out other amazing works) at the design studio's website: http://lernertandsander.com/

Hat tip to +David Schmidt 
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A helpful guide from +The Economist​
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Ohh..this is pretty.
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CIMB Group Bhd Chairman Datuk Seri Nazir Razak said that the board of 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) should resign if they did not want to take active…
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Hey, if you're gay and want some rights for yourself, guess what, you're the cause of child porn!
Citing the recent case of a Malaysian student convicted of possessing child pornography in the United Kingdom, Datuk Seri Najib Razak warned Muslims of…
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Just your average ADHD guy.
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I'm in a continuous pursuit to reduce my ignorance of things around me. I only follow one school of dogma - and that is the dogma of reason. 

I'm a Malaysian and prefer to communicate in English.

I like to call myself non-partisan, but I do have opinions regarding to political issues. I am a Malaysian Liberal

Aside from that, I love science.

Currently in a relationship with Aida Hazlan.

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Memento, Mulholland Drive, Shutter Island, The Prestige.

I have ADHD. I am pedantic, and a bit lacking in social skills and sometimes can be seem as being overanalytical (only in a narrow spectrum which I have a grasp of). I am not what you would call a conversationalist, but I'd try.

Posts on climate change denial, religious stuff, over-edited pictures, vague and corny quotes are a big turn-off for me. I find it hard to define what I will post about, so which circle for you to put me in is your decision, exclusively.
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The food is lousy! Even some of the street stalls makes better ayam penyet than this. The sambal (pecel) portion is unreasonably small, and you have to pay extra to get more sambal. This is the first and last time I'm eating here.
Food: Poor - FairDecor: GoodService: Poor - Fair
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Kaunter Serahan..you can't send parcels here.
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reviewed 2 years ago
Lagoon Perdana is a lousy place. It is not well maintained and the residents are not that clean either. Continuous lift breakdown means you're going to sweat a lot taking up the stairs. All the lifts are low grade China-brand lifts. The stairs are smelly, sometimes it smells of urine. Room rental depends on the level of furnish. A middle room, with air conditioner, a bed, wardrobe and a study table will cost around RM350/month. If you work in the Sunway area, it is a convenient place to live in. Sunway Pyramid takes around 15 minutes to walk to.
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I went to the center for warranty repair. The staff was courteous. When I went to sent the phone, the waiting time was not long, around 15 minutes. I was advised the phone will be ready within 3 working days. After three days, I did not receive any calls/sms, so I called them instead. They confirmed with me that the phone is ready. 3 working days is not long for me, and I am pleasantly surprised that they can repair within that period, My phone issue (Galaxy Note cannot turn on) is resolved. My waiting time to pick up the phone was a bit long, around 45 minutes. Overall, it was a good experience.
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Good service compared to other McD's that I have eaten at. The cashiers keep a pleasant attitude and the queue is not long.
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