- Avoid Wildfire Pizza
- What’s Up with Some WhatsApp Users?
- Now Everyone Is An Author
- The Retards Doth Complain Too Much, Methinks
- Do Hungry Ghosts Exist?
- Modern-day Freakshows
- The Indispensable Pests in Our Lives
- Remembering Heinz Schwarzkopf – Gentlemen’s Gentleman
- Fame is a Double-edged Sword
- They Who Can Do No Wrong?
Monthly Archives: March 2011
When I saw Hossan Leong in drag on TV recently, I was furious and I let rip. Others find him funny. What on earth is wrong with some people? Getting all excited over “pondants” and “ah kwas” – trannies. What … Continue reading
There are some things seven-year-old girls are not meant to see, but tragically Margaux Fragoso did not escape that fate. When she was seven, Fragoso met 51-year-old Peter Curran, a pedophile, and for the next 15 years they had a … Continue reading
Why do people write memoirs? Very often it is to set the record straight, to say their piece, to share their perspectives of events, to convince others they are right, and very often to rewrite history the way they think … Continue reading
I bought the hard copy but it weighed like a telephone directory – the book has 83 chapters – so I bought a paperback version. Then I saw another paperback version with larger fonts and I bought that. I started … Continue reading
Saw this ad in The Business Times, March 19. Someone should offer these idiots some English lessons. (Maybe they were a little early for April Fools’ Day?) What the fuck?
Muammar Gadhafi’s crackdown on those who protested against his rule has been the most violent so far against any of the anti-government uprisings across the Middle East. This looney has no qualms killing his own people. On March 21, I read … Continue reading
If not for James B Irwin I would still be an average person doing an average job in small town Singapore. I would marry an average woman, raise average kids and eventually die an average death. James B Irwin – … Continue reading
Just got this from a store in Germany – nearly 20 inches long, my longest Dunhill to date, a Cumberland dragoon bamboo churchwarden Chevalier.
Got myself a couple of Petersons too. The company was founded in Dublin in 1865. A notable design from Peterson is the so-called “P-lip” – a mouthpiece that directs smoke upwards towards the roof of the mouth instead of the tongue. … Continue reading