Monthly Archives: July 2011

Beware the Belly Bomber

Those crazy towelheads are now thinking of implanting bombs into suicide bombers so when they are on board planes, they can detonate these belly bombs, blow everyone (including themselves) to bits and then go to heaven and fuck their 72 … Continue reading

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Self-flagellation

The people behind the Singapore Kindness Movement conducted a survey and found that Singaporeans think themselves kinder and more gracious than their fellow citizens. This was their third State of Graciousness Survey and the results, released on July 4, revealed … Continue reading

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Socrates My Ass

On Saturday, first-time politician Major-General Chan Chun Sing, newly elected into government by standing on the shoulders of Lee Kuan Yew in Tanjong Pagar, (face it, on his own this guy will never ever get elected) urged young people to … Continue reading

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No, I Didn’t Do it My Way

Frank Sinatra sang: “Regrets I’ve had a few But then again too few to mention I did what I had to do And saw it through without exemption.” Unlike Sinatra, I have far too many regrets to mention. Yes, sir, … Continue reading

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The Devil Rides Out

I was in Secondary Three when Jimmy and I went to Malacca for a short trip. While wandering the streets of downtown Malacca like blur sotongs, we bumped into our classmate Julian who invited us to stay at his grandparents’ … Continue reading

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Waku Ghin, Tet’s Singapore Venture is a Winner!

Finally I was able to dine at Waku Ghin and did so on June 26. At 400 bucks per person I was anxious to see how the experience would go, especially having eaten at Tetsuya’s in Sydney several times. Tetsuya’s … Continue reading

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