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Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 (MH370)

Boeing 777 Still Missing After 5 Years

MH370 went missing in the early morning of March 8, 2014 at approximately 1:20 AM Malaysia time. I had to leave Malaysia by March 11, 2014 11:59 PM to renew the visa/pass in my passport. I had already bought my flight ticket about a month earlier and with my visa/pass expiring, there was no way I could avoid flying. This is where I first heard about the tragic event happening… at about 1:30 PM on March 8, 2014. (Tell the living room/TV story here… while adding the Sri Manja Square One photo and photos of passport pages).

You’ll want to start by viewing the video on this link, it is a reconstruction of the events of the Flight 370. They won’t allow it to be embedded anywhere on the internet –

Some nice scenes of KL in the following video. They are actually walking in some of my own footsteps, in some of my old stomping grounds (at Central Market and crossing the street into Chinatown at Petaling Street) starting at 9:55 and 16:32 minutes… especially 2016 to 2018, this is where I got the video of the lady walking with a box full of things on her head. Plus a recent interview with someone I got a chance to meet back in August of 2013, both current and former Malaysian Prime Minister – Tun Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad.

Co-pilot Hamid’s cellphone picked-up over the island city of Penang, Malaysia. I don’t remember this in the local Malaysian news, but it could have been or it could have been censored.

I just read that Captain Shah was a last minute substitute for the flight, but I’ll have to try to confirm if this is true or not.


The Good Stuff Is Coming Soon…

The Good Stuff is on it’s way, it’s coming very soon… I’ve just been very busy and can’t seem to get to it, but I promise it will be very soon (maybe in the next 24 to 48 hours)…

This post was the original “Hello world” default WordPress post from November 10, 2014 @ 15:36 – the date and time I installed this domain and WordPress software on this hosting account. Then I set up a Maintenance Page and put the site in maintenance mode. I never had anytime to add content until now, but my site somehow had a nice Alexa Ranking until I took it out of maintenance mode and started adding content.

Anyway, I should have deleted the default “Hello World” WordPress post… but instead I just converted it to this post to tell everyone that there would be some content on the way, as soon as I had some time to create it.