Thanks to all.

Posted: October 3, 2012 in Random thoughts

Feeling much better after a celebration of smokes, booze, electro and retarded head bobbing.

Sorry if didnt appear at your “tiew”. Promise to go next week after work and catch up with you all again.

Ill fight to see another day people. On the plus side my career is finally taking off after tons of self study, research and months of hard work. My hair is all greyed from stress but I finally did it. Lots of pressure but I think no sweat la.

Maybe it is time to focus on other things now. I prayed hard for a miracle today, didn’t come as expected but it still is and I’m happy. I nursed a broken heart but a new door opened up in its place.

Not closing the old one just yet… (I hate to use this phrase) but ill play by ear, who knows.

At least this new door (if all is well) is a ticket out of the country and finally “zhao lor” for good.

No I won’t write a sappy farewell letter if I do, I’m just going to take a dump at Changi Airport and leave. Sorry but for those close to me you should know how much I hate the trap door of a country.

I must admit I have not been writing a lot these days because no writer can really be good at what he does without a tragedy, disaster or a heartbreak, so expect the old blog to be packed again and Ill see you at the clubs and various events once again. (Oh god not this guy again) I know.

A gal pal recommended I try Absinth to drown away my sorrows. As Barney from “How I met your mother” would say… “Challenge Accepted.”

Agreed, enough drinks, metal and DJing will get me out of the slumps.

To all, who have shown love. Thank you and God bless. I think metal heads have to be the most sensitive people in the world, guttural vocalists, mad shredders were to first to the rescue. Thanks ar. You bleed ears at concerts and at your bars but your words are like an angels harp to the broken soul.

PAP detesters thank you also, seriously I’m fine. All the more energy to slam this “fine” country.

Good night and have a pleasant working day! Hope to catch up with all of you soon. Just let me get my balls straight this week and the next. Lots of pressure, please continue to pray for me too.

We All Come, We All Go

Posted: October 2, 2012 in Random thoughts

I believe that our time on this earth are numbered. Regardless of which religion, conspiracy theory or lack thereof we don’t exist forever.

I’ve witness the passing of a good many friends, either to disease or by accidents and experienced the fragility of life firsthand. Here today, possibly gone tomorrow.

I don’t bear grudges and I’ve been criticized for forgiving too easily. I don’t believe in offering the other cheek but I believe it’s pointless to bring hate into your grave. YOLO.

You reap what you sow. I help for free. I never charged and nickel or a dime for compliments , information or a referral. As long as I can enrich your life, success in your business or help in your school projects in some way I’m happy.

However, I am only human. I have my limitations and my heart still hurts at times. I’m not invulnerable to the injustices and petty minds of the world.

If someone thinks you are worth losing and not appreciate you then maybe it’s time to recalibrate because for everyone that doesn’t care for your time there are those that will.

Im not the sort that can throw dirt when dirt is thrown, tried and tested countless times, doesn’t work. God knows id like to give them a taste of their own medicine, maybe last time but I think age has rendered me wiser.

We don’t exist forever. Drop the ones that don’t care or treat you like you’re expendable and treasure the ones that enrich your life and treat you like everyday is your last day on earth.

Boy committed suicide after being questioned by police.

Posted: September 14, 2012 in Uncategorized

Originally posted on SpotlightOnSingapore:

To no one’s surprise, PM Lee has emphasised that the National Conversation is NOT about slaughtering sacred cows. He said this at the end of the APEC leaders’ summit in Russia.

As I’ve stressed many times before, the core value of the ruling regime is one of repression. Many things like the law against peaceful assembly and association as guaranteed in our Constitution, gerrymandering, GRC, control of the unions and newspapers and so on emanate from this core value of repression.

PM Lee did not specify which sacred cows he was referring to but Singaporeans and the world knows so there wasnt any need to be coy about it

For instance, the whole world knows of the lack of press freedom in Singapore. This is one very sacred cow that the regime will never let go.

Faced with waning popularity and massive public dissatisfaction in any other democratic country a…

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Burmese defends Singaporeans against attack by PAP MP Sim Ann.

Posted: September 5, 2012 in Uncategorized

Originally posted on MyDestiny2011:

Man in CCTV clip charge

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CLEARING THE AIR: Calven Chik telling his side of the story to Malaysian Digest reporters at his home in Ipoh yesterday. Pix: SM Amin.CLEARING THE AIR: Calven Chik telling his side of the story to Malaysian Digest reporters at his home in Ipoh yesterday. Pix: SM Amin.IPOH: “I know it was wrong. I knew it the moment the red mist cleared. I’m sorry.”

That is the admission by Calvin Chik (pic), the man who is at the centre of the controversy involving a series of videos which depicts him assaulting his wife in their branded goods boutique in Ipoh.

Almost overnight, the 26-year-old has become ‘public enemy number one’ on Malaysian social media networks, thanks…

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