Monthly Archives: March 2012
A pervert pretended to be a doctor and tricked a nine-year-old girl into performing oral sex on him. The police disclosed that he has molested several other young girls. He was jailed 12 years but spared the cane because of … Continue reading
Yesterday I ate at what Wong Ah Yoke has called “Singapore’s best Chinese restaurant today.” It is a revolving restaurant at OUE Tower. It has no waitresses, only charming women who work for the restaurant’s VIP services. Wong is a … Continue reading
Sham election in Hong Kong today. Nothing is copacetic. Both frontrunners tainted! Even the outgoing guy (below) is not without controversy.
From today till April 6, SingTel cellular phone subscribers who come within one kilometer of shisha hot spot Kampong Glam will receive a MMS containing a video warning about the dangers of shisha smoking. The issue here is NOT about … Continue reading
“Plenty of female shoppers will know that feeling of leaving a gadget store undermined, a little humiliated and unsure if the right device was bought,” so wrote Lo Yee in The Straits Times yesterday. And that was motive enough for … Continue reading
I was infuriated by this letter in The Straits Times on Saturday (March 17): Advance bookings: How inconsiderate taxi passengers can be Taxi passengers have said much about the shortcomings of cabbies who are tardy about or renege on call … Continue reading
Going the whole hog! Btw, this is my 888th post, for whatever it’s worth.
Someone brought my attention to an ad promoting a workshop teaching people to “speed learn” the Old Testament. I’m sure such an effort will motivate many to explore the beauty and the lessons of the Old Testament. Kudos to the … Continue reading
Today is International Women’s Day and despite how far women have come, some still feel it is absolutely necessary for such a day. True, women have suffered much over the ages simply because they were women – they were enslaved, … Continue reading
Residents in the Toh Yi vicinity signed petitions objecting to the construction of studio apartment blocks for the elderly. All kinds of reasons were quoted. Some were rather original. Most were merely excuses. Very lame excuses. Not long before this, … Continue reading