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By: B Goode Politicians are like Justin Bieber. You either love them or loathe them. And they need a platform to showcase their ideas, and in the case of Justin Bieber, artistry. It is all part of the game. … Continue reading
By: B Goode Most lawyers make good politicians. David Marshal, Lee Kuan Yew, JBJ, Mandela, Gandhi, M Ravi (just to make sure you were paying attention) et al were and are awesome at both. There are a lot of reasons … Continue reading
By: B Goode In an attempt to assist our Home Minister, S Shanmugam, I did an intensive research into Islamic radicalization; so intensive in fact that I was starting to look at backpacks in a funny way, and to dream … Continue reading
By: Meena Current I am very kaypoh. And a little competitive. So when I was told that the Vasantham girl, Udaya Soundari has a sex-tape out and is getting rave reviews, I just had to view it and see if … Continue reading
Just needed a wax and it would be perfect…!
So the pick-up artist (we chuckled) Julien Blanc will be denied entry into Singapore to conduct any seminars on how to erm… seduce women into submission. If you need to attend a seminar on how to tackle women, then there … Continue reading
So the Public Transport Council (PTC) is now doing their annual review of the fare structure for public transport. The outcome is almost a given. Already the Minister is alluding to an imminent increase by saying that Senior Citizens and … Continue reading
The article “Japan’s smartphone ‘zombies’ wreak havoc on the streets” was posted in AFP on 12 November. The rise of smartphone zombies has been a worldwide phenomenon in which many countries are trying to cope with this 21st Century menace. … Continue reading
For a few years now, busking has been regulated in Singapore. It is not so much that Singapore is living up to its reputation of being a sterile and straightjacketed country where spontaneity and impromptu outbursts of creativity are frowned … Continue reading
Very few things irk us more than contradictions. Contradictions such as priests molesting young boys, or people conducting atrocities in the name of Islam or female pastors in skimpy clothes gyrating to suggestive songs in the name of religious outreach. … Continue reading
When something is perceived as impotent, unable to rise up to the challenge, chances are, something else will take its place. The same thing can be said of the cyberbullying served to the owner of an electronics shop in Sim … Continue reading
The Supreme Court has ruled that Section 377A is not un-constitutional. And as expected, the LGBT community has resoundingly labelled the decision as archaic and running against modern reality where gay equality has been accepted and entrenched in many western … Continue reading
Antiestablishmentarianism is a political philosophy that views a nation’s or society’s power structure as corrupt, repressive, exploitive or unjust. It adheres to the doctrine of opposition to the social and political establishment. The most recent well-known example would be the … Continue reading
Han Hui Hui’s planned `Return Our CPF’ protest scheduled on 25 Oct 2014 was cancelled because Nparks, on the advice of the Police decided to revoke the permit. Subsequently, her lawyer M Ravi, wrote to Nparks asking for the permit … Continue reading
And so our prodigal son.. (nah. We just couldn’t do it. Sorry!) And so the village idiot has returned to Singapore from his visit to Malaysia where he met some regional activists, or so he claimed. It wasn’t. It was … Continue reading
The uproar over the state of the pitch at the new National Stadium is commendable. In fact, it is welcomed. It shows that Singaporeans by and large still have the passion for excellence. We are proud of our achievements. Some … Continue reading
If you want to be a socio-political commentator, you must be well-read, knowledgeable and have a good analytical mind. If you don’t, you will sound incoherent and be downright stupid, like Arifin Sha.
It has been 2 weeks since hecklegate. Almost everyone who is able to read would have known about it from the extensive coverage in the media, both old and new. Almost everyone has something to say. Whilst the perpetrators and … Continue reading
In the aftermath of the HLP debacle, Roy Ngerng issued a statement to make him look less despicable. Let us heckle his statement (in bold) and try to understand the thought process of a village idiot.