Wednesday, May 24, 2006


SHE was a new face representing the People's Action Party, but when Ms Denise Phua surfed the Internet during the recent General Election, the tone of the postings stunned her.

They were overwhelmingly slanted against the ruling party.

"I know that something has gone wrong when more than 85 per cent (of the traffic) writes negatively about the PAP," she said at a post-mortem of the GE organised last night by the National University of Singapore Society.

"This is something that the PAP would do well to take into account ... and to
manage this channel of communication," she added.

This pap lady finally discovered internet. progress. Her speech is so 60s, does she take internet users as sheeps waiting to be herd?

But I guess the only effective way to "manage" is to learn from PRC, build a nationwide great firewall, filter the keywords, block the sites, make it as a super local area network, and then we will be much closer to the bottem of the list instead of 140th only.

Come on, the internet was designed to be able to withstand nuclear attack.

If gov want to control it, the only way is to pull the plug from singtel and starhub. That is like using a tank to crack a nut.

Fuck. .not happy go ban internet and sue everyone to jail la!!

Thursday, May 18, 2006


Pardon me these few days as I go into a state of mourning.

Seeing your beloved team falling at the very last hurdle is certainly too much for me to swallow.

Wednesday, May 17, 2006


Creative is pointing its legal guns at Apple and hopes that the U.S. International Trade Commission will issue an injunction against Apple that keeps the company from selling the Ipod portable media player in the U.S. Creative also filed a suit that seeks damages for "willful" patent infringement.

Face it Mr. Sim,

Apple > you.

The move of a desperate company. One that is bleeding money.

Yay.. boring.

Monday, May 08, 2006


Today a man got arrested for forgetting to hand in his consent form. It invoke a small argument with a civil servant which lasted less than 5 minutes.

The civil servant was not happy and lodge a complaint and the police efficiently arrested the man with the problem form.

It was the most efficient police operation Singaporeans ever seen.

From then on, Singaporeans started a new fashion of lodging police complaints after every argument.

Wife report husband and vice versa. Employer and Employee.

Friends. Army Buddies. Students. Kindergarten kids, neighbours, family members etc.

Because of the overwhelming police complaints over the slightest arguments, Home Affairs Minister Wong Kan Seng decided to add 2000 more policemen to the police force.

He said "well , it looks like this new fashion contributed to job creation. The funds needed to pay the new policemen will come from the money use to bail people after every arrest which is quite often."

He added" Every day, we receive an average of 1000 police complaints and arrest and that is alot of money, it is a win-win situation for the government"

He is very happy Singaporeans trust the police more by engaging police services more often. he hope this trend will last.

He said: " It was like the trend that started in 1990s after an election whereby Singaporeans had to threaten each other to reach its objectives, this time I am happy this election produce a new trend in Singapore society"

He urge Singaporeans to keep it up.

In entertainment news, homegrown filmmaker Lee Khaw Wong scored a hit with the box office with his remake of the hollywood blockbuster "Minority Report".

Rakin in S$500,000 on the openin day, it has surpassed all other local films opening day takings so far.

End of Report

Sunday, May 07, 2006

Media Cocks

Watching the Result on Mediacock really pissed me off!

They keep cutting off the speech or interview of the opposition especially Low and Chiam's. But they let the cow Khaw talk cock for so long about cycling!

You are bringing shame to your profession, Singapore journalists. You have detoured the route to the goal you've set out the day you decided to go into journalism. You are reporting what some political party"people" want you to report, but not reporting what you SHOULD be reporting.

In Singapore? You "people" don't even dare to post a photo showing the crowd at the Workers Party's rally, taken from the higher floor of the building. Instead, you "people" posted some pathetic front view shots of a very small section of the actual crowd, fearing some high handed pressure.

You gave good exposures to the "big bosses" but gave limited or no exposures to those in the opposite direction. Where is the fairness in reporting? Where is the justice?

This is taken from one of the comments left on of of my earlier post

Did you know I was surfing an American news site once, and the Straits Times was listed there as "Singapore's pro-government daily"? It was the ONLY paper that was so derogatorily described! My god! Even other countries are clued in as to how biased the ST is!

Let me repeat myself, Singapore journalists, you are bringing shame to your profession, you are bringing shame to yourselves, and you are bringing shame to your families.

The Inn of Dragon Gate

Three Cheers to Hougang and Potong Pasir Singaporean...

U can behave like a real Singaporean the next 4 years!

T.T. Durai's salary - $600,000

Goh Chok Tong's salary - $1,200,000

PAP's upgrading funds - $100,000,000



It reads:
Singaporeans got GUTS
Hougangger got even MORE GUTS

Literally it means, The Inn of Dragon Gate Will Rise In Power, it is a reference to the Inn mentioned in Chinese sword fighting novels where lots of highly skilled and mostly jaded righteous fighters seek refuge.

But figuratively, it means that justice and righteousness will triump.

So as we all know PAP has won.

The figure is scary....will the next few year be, "fixing" and "buying supporters time"???

1. AMK - honest, I never expect the WP to win, but the percentage in which the WP young team speaks volume.

2. close for the WP, and yet so far!!

3......the rest, guess the CHIKUS, DURIANS, MANGOES, MONGOSTEENS are just not ripe for picking...

sigh!....we are back to the same 2, but overall PAP a scary number, for the moment:

66.6% of the total valid votes...
ah...666...dunno coincidence or not...
666 as written in the testament. one of the messiah of the better watch out.

Increases will come soon....and more progressive bet!

As usual, our 14oth Media lives up to its name again.

Bastard media!Communist Propaganda shit...Farking press that will never top within the hundredth.All sinners!

And finally. .

God Bless Mr Low Thia Khiang and Mr Chiam See Tong. .KEEP THE FAITH


Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Musings of a Small Fry

Catching up on the election campaigns of the various parties on the internet and attending the various rallies, I really can't stomache the bullying attitude the PAPs have towards other parties or organisations' views or ideas.

The ideas might be irrevelant or even outright stupid, but is there a need for them to be so strongly rebuked and ridiculed?

They might not be top scholars but sometimes the most stupid of creatures can come up with a simple but good idea that geniuses just missed! What I ask for is the PAP to treat the other non-PAP candidates as equals, not as donkeys or terrorists.

How many PAP MPs do you need to change a light blub?

What is a strong mandate? How do you define a strong mandate?

The recent acticle which Dr Balaji promises lower healthcare costs if PAP given strong mandate.

This digusted me greatly, it's like a threat.

And what's more the condition is vauge. If PAP won 83 out of 84 seats it might not be a strong enough mandate for them and they can with their twisted iogic could grandly tell us the rising health cost is our own fault. A lose-lose sitaution.

Picking on the shortcomings of other candidates is part and parcel of politics.

However, the media is really overbiased.

15 mins of Mr Gomez for a couple of days running is really too much. If any Singaporean won a Nobel prize, I seriously need doubt he/she would have more media coverage than Mr Gomez (....unless he/she is a PAP candiate}. I understand the press is under the government, surely you don't want your career to be on the line. However, I still appeal that fair and decent reports to all parties.

The local press is ranked 140th out of 167 countries, which is really a disgrace to Singapore. They might as well say they are the PAP's newsletter for the elections. If they dare, they can jolly well put this picture on the front page of their Singapore ThrashStraits Times.

On the "upgrading" issue, I can't really see why residents of non-PAP wards should be punished.

In fact,it's PAP's failure to field their better candidates in the those wards which gave the voters no choice but to turn to Mr Chaim and Mr Low. Maybe, PAP should consider fielding one of those "minister caliber" newcomers there so as to oust the imcumbant and at the same time show their mettle.

p.s: I have no political links,agenda or whatever.

In Mr Brown's words, this post does not contain "persistent political content" because that is prohibited during the election period under the Singapore's Election Advertising Regulations.