Daily SG: 25 Apr 2008

COI, the low-down on the Prison Break
– Siew Kum Hong: Mas Selamat and Government Responsibility
– Hear Ye! Hear Ye!: Between a rock and a hard place
– My sketchbook: Get outta our way

We Don’t Need No Regulation
– BHP: The Fallacy of Community Regulation [1][2][3]

ERPains, Trains and Automobiles
– Simply Jean: Singaporeans succumb to convenience of taxis, even willing to pay higher fares

Censorship and Pink Issues
– To Fix a Mocking Peasant: Send this to the ST Forum 7: MDA Not Doing Enough
– Yawning Bread: Upholding our ‘fine city’ reputation

Climate Change
– Ian On The Red Dot: To Christians, Alternative Sources Of Energy Shouldn’t Really Be That Alternative

Daily Discourse
– Sam’s thoughts: SIA: Slapping Is Alright
– Chemical Generation Singapore: Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
– Readings From A Political Duo-ble: What is the Holocaust?
– theory.isthereason: First ever… The United Nations “Creative Economy” Report 2008
– Article 14: Walter Woon – Attorney General

Life, the universe and everything
– Darth Grievous’ Dark Domain: Yue Fei and Qin Hui (岳飞与秦桧)

– Notes From Serangoon Road: The Kind Exchange
– A Sampan on S’pore Soil: WP Youth Wing: YouthQuake [Thanks Bernard]
– U-Start @ Muhammad Haniff ‘s Site: Singapore United – A portal for Community Engagement Programme against racial and religious conflict
– The Online Citizen: Film screening and discussion by the Singapore Anti Death Penalty Campaign

This entry was posted in Daily Sg. Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to Daily SG: 25 Apr 2008

  1. concerned scholar says:

    Can you imagine. If we had him on our side?

    Those scholars in mica and mda will be shivering

    nervously in one corner like rabbits in front of a poisonous cobra

    they will not even dare to hau lien, who wants to mati like a pig? As it is,

    The best we can hope for is to just ignore him and not make any eye contact hopefully he will

    get bored and go. A good idea trying to stop the rest of the reads from coming out? Part 3 the

    kill? Yes, I think so. But aren’t we making him stronger by setting up road blocks etc. When has

    that ever stopped him? People who regularly climb over walls develop not only big biceps, but

    they can get big people in trouble.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s