Daily SG: 11 Apr 2008

Prison Break, My Fault
– Singapore Patriot: Where is our “full account”, independent Committee?
– The Red Grade: The Reliably Unreliable Government
– The Citi Never Sleeps: Garhman Not At Fault, Singaporeans Are Being Complacent

Malaysian Bloggers Speak
– Yaw Shin Leong: Of Hearts, Minds & Votes
– Rocky’s Bru: For Spore, civil disobedience is necessary …
– Singapore Democrats: Civil disobedience necessary at times: Malaysian human rights lawyer

PM V1.3. Search for the next Prime Minstar
– BP: The Perfect Leader – Finding The “Singaporean” Forrester
– Insane Polygons: My Straight “A”s Buddy
– Snapshots of Life: Brain Drain in SG. The 2 Os

ERPains, Trains & Automobiles
– Singapore Life and Times: The Thick and the Thin

Strangers in a Strange Land
– utopia: Over-populated Singapore

Pink Issues
– Where Bears Roam Free: So where are the gays now?

Singaporeans Bailing Out Troubled Bankers
– e pur si muove: New York Times on Sovereign Wealth Funds

Daily Discourse
– Used Brains For Sale: Law, Morality and Religion
– Feed Me To The Fish: Country in trouble?
– Desparatebeep: Founding Fathers
– Diary of A Singaporean Mind: 1 US$ = 1.357 S$

Life, the universe and everything
– Juvenile colloquialism – Understand?: An exploration into the motivations of a chronic skirt-chaser

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2 Responses to Daily SG: 11 Apr 2008

  1. bluff says:

    to founding fathers.

    the way you put it, it sounds like men indulging in their expensive hobbies such as building model planes, miniature cities etc. the rests just help them along for a small token. though there maybe some who rose to be hobbyist themselves, these enriched number are few compared to spectators.

    it’s like soloist’s performances. if we have a passive audience worshiping their idols who’re basically there for a living, i think, we’ve failed to build a cohesive society.

    we need to build a society where everybody sings( good or bad), not singing praises of few good singers though we may appreciate their talents, but certainly not their TAKINGS for a living!

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