Daily Sg: 6 March 2008

Prison Break, Singapore Style
– Hard Hitting in the Lion City: Where is Mas Selamat bin Kastari?
– mr brown: Pointless Mas Selamat Letter/News of the Day
– Kamal Dollah’s Art Journal: Most wanted man in Singapore: Mas Selamat Kastari
– The Wayang Party Club of Singapore: Singapore netizens express their frustrations and dismay through satirical posters
– Pseudonymity: Mystery Of The Vanishing Prime Minister

Singaporeans are fed, up with progress!
– Ergo Cognito Sum: Inflation and your Shrinking Dollar

Transport Reforms Announced
– Singapore Life and Times: Battering Ram

Healthcare
– The Void Deck: What Others Are Saying: You have been served! Means Testing

Daily Discourse
– e pur si muove: Another naïf on entrepreneurship
– A L V I N O L O G Y: Wanbao’s headline today
– Simply Jean: So much about loyalty to company…
– Sgpolitics.net: ST Forum Letter (rejected): Liberalization of Speaker’s Corner would make Singapore more vibrant, not hurt us

Life, the universe and everything
– Used Brains For Sale: Review: Theatre Idols Semi-finals
– eastcoastlife: Dragon Fruit Farm in Singapore – WW
– Ian On The Red Dot: I Think Using Tissue Papers To Chop Seats Is Stupid.

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2 Responses to Daily Sg: 6 March 2008

  1. Dentist Jan says:

    I know that revelation of personal details is strictly on a mummy only basis. But is Catherine The Great, one of the Siglap girls who works in the CBD?

    Just wondering. Fab article, I like it best when the BP goes all reflective and philosophical.

  2. Dentist Jan says:

    I am not trying to stir up trouble. However, I have noticed some readers are regularly fast tracked to be writers, while others seem to be like waiting for eternity. Can you pls share with us all what is the criteria for selection? Is there even a shopping list? And how this is regularly done? It seems very odd to me they should suddenly appear out from no where and most of the time ppl are just wondering, oh I know so and so but how did that happen, I wonder?

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