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    Re: SINGAPORE is too Complicated to Govern..

    Singapore is an easy country to govern. Reasons:

    - Sg is small. Doesn't need so many constituencies, only needs 5, NSEW and Central,
    - Sg has no racial ethnic tensions or squabbles.
    - Sg has no...
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    Re: Can Christians Eat Halal Meat?

    Yes. A Christian's physiology is no different from a muslim's and can eat and consume halal meat. It will be digested the same way as the muslim's too, and the undigested matter will be passed out as...
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    Re: Invasive fish appear in Toronto!

    Fish curry is quite normal. Cooked well, is tasty and appetizing. I wonder about Curry Monkey though - would be quite novel and unique!

    Cheers!
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    Re: Invasive fish appear in Toronto!

    I go to MacRitchie sometimes just to walk around before sunset, and many times I have been tempted to push a monkey (from the wooden bridge structure) into the water, just to see if the monkey can...
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    Re: Invasive fish appear in Toronto!

    That's the most likely situation. BTW, back in the 70s, I released about a half dozen red-bellied piranhas into MacRitchie Reservoir after the fish was banned in Singapore. I wonder if they've...
  6. Re: The question the opposition parties must ask themselves is: Why are they contesti

    Your PM said that Singapore belongs to everybody, so I thought I would do my part and give support to the party who pushes the issues I favour!:p

    Cheers!
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    Re: Invasive fish appear in Toronto!

    Yup. The municipals around Toronto, a notorious Tamil gang emerged, known as AK-Kannan. Other neighbourhoods have their own share of ethnic gangs too. Good thing about these gangs is that they...
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    Re: Invasive fish appear in Toronto!

    Haha, they will be delighted. But knowing our Chinese habits, once let loose, they will capture and eat anything, including protected and/or endangered species and will not observe off-season...
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    Re: Invasive fish appear in Toronto!

    Many are and already have. In the big cities, there are ethnic enclaves, and a few can be found in quite remote small towns. Large cities like NY, LA, Toronto, there are throngs of "visible"...
  10. Re: The question the opposition parties must ask themselves is: Why are they contesti

    Any party going to fight for legalization of marijuana? I will vote them.

    Cheers!
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    Invasive fish appear in Toronto!

    I'm sure some of you have watched TV shows on nature and noticed that the US have problems with "invasive" species like Asian Carp, Snakehead, Burmese Pythons. There are shows on TV showing Silver...
  12. Re: can start calling angmohs like this, to remindthem of their past

    Would be more effective if the state bans EPL soccer games on TV. That will send the message through clearly.

    Cheers!
  13. Re: 250 Whales Massacred By Locals in the Faroe Islands Sea Turns Bloody Red

    On this, I agree with you. Our species is Earth's cancer.

    Cheers!
  14. Re: Stop Calling Us Apu Neh Neh, You Farking Chinks!

    Hmmm, it doesn't bother me what that girl called than man, and his retort, they are both uncouth. Well, if I have to make a judgement on both of them, I'd say the little girl is the lesser evil of...
  15. Re: Malaysian politician got more balls than PAP Ministars

    The politics in Singapore is very very tame. The ruling party doesn't even look like a political party - its members are not politicians (with the exception of LKY) who behave like politicians. None...
  16. Re: Stop Calling Us Apu Neh Neh, You Farking Chinks!

    Bro, peoples from whatever skin colour can choose to call others whatever names they choose, it doesn't bother me. We are humans first. For those who are so conscious about their skin colour and see...
  17. Re: Would this happen to Ah Loong when there is a freak election result?

    No. There is nothing he has done that justifies that. This is just wishful thinking.:)

    Cheers!
  18. Re: Stop Calling Us Apu Neh Neh, You Farking Chinks!

    The frequency of derogatory terms used in public nowadays have lessened a lot since my school days/NS times. I can see when they might be used in jest when friends are being "friends" and taunt each...
  19. Re: Stop Calling Us Apu Neh Neh, You Farking Chinks!

    Towards a gracious society!!!

    Cheers!
  20. Re: This is how Singaporeans are being denied of democracy!

    Voters still get to select whoever they choose/favour. It IS democracy, and is not unfair. Just happens the PAP is the heavyweight and the other parties are lightweights and flyweights in this...
  21. Re: who is more powderful? the mother or the father?

    I don't think it is good to pit one against the other, they are a team. When I was a little boy and had a tummy ache, mother's hands rubbing on my tummy was much more comforting that if my father was...
  22. Re: Parking Enforcement Officers - Professional or Thuggish ?

    Judging by the works of the "artistes" in Singapore, the nation is loved by its residents. Songs written by songwriters here depict the harmonious and blissful life in the wonderful city, and their...
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    Re: No need to think...haha

    Back in Canada, when the elections were getting close, I asked my colleague who was from PRC about how he felt about voting. His reply was classic, "The only difference between a dictator...
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    Re: Advice needed - air travel for pooch

    My daughter' friend might hold on to our dog for a while before sending it to the airline, or I may decide on a professional pet mover should there be too much to do, I haven't decided yet. Thanks...
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    Re: Advice needed - air travel for pooch

    Yes. The dog's love is unconditional. Just that he's always greedy and opportunistic when you leave food unattended!:D

    The dog I had before this one was also my beer drinking kaki, he loves beer,...
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