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Monday, October 22, 2007


Monday, October 01, 2007

The Horny Remover

Shape: The Horny Remover

For those times when your Horny feeling begin to take over and you feel you may lose control.

Grab your Horny Remover and breath a sigh of relief.


*Disclaimer - some horny feelings are too strong for the horny remover to properly remove. If you experience a horny feeling you cannot remove with the horny remover you should immediately satisfy your horny urges.

Another wtf moment provided by the land of the rising sun. Don't we all love japanese? lol.

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

anime anathema


SINGAPORE, Sept 7 - A protest action by a group of Singaporeans with Japanese anime figurines such as the 5-inch tall Ultramen, robots and monsters with placards met some real-life police in the city-state.

A handful of fans of Japanese anime had turned up at a Singapore public park on August 25 with armfuls of the toys to protest against a clampdown on Internet downloading of anime material by Singapore animation distributor Odex.

The incident was not reported in the local press, but pictures and accounts have started circulating on many blogs and political Web sites. .

"The police didn't stop us from what we wanted to do. But their being there was enough to intimidate," the event's organiser -- who only wanted to be known by his online moniker Zer0 -- told Reuters by telephone.

He added that police -- who had four anti-riot vans at the scene -- also took down the anime fans' particulars and that they were filmed by plainclothes policemen. A police spokeswoman said she could not immediately comment.

Public protests are rare in Singapore, where outdoor demonstrations are banned and any public gathering of more than four people requires a permit.



And there you have it - Singapore's first mass public protest in a long long while, by gentle anime otakus no less. While i don't have anything against the SPF's riot squad, i've got to say sending down 4 bright red buses to clamp down miniature Ultramen and Zakus totting equally miniature slogans is more than overkill. At least, they didn't gun them down with the vehicle-mounted water cannon or something since the gunner would most likely miss. D'oh.

I've got to say i'm pretty impressed with all the effort local anime fans are putting in to fight evil corporations and all. Harnessing the power of the internet, organising rallies, making death threats, oh my - it looks like the typically shy Singaporean may have some guts after all. It would be interesting to see how this whole saga eventually plays out. Personally, i'm siding with the otakus, and that's not because of the anime stored on my HDD which could get my ass hauled to court one day (if that's even possible), but seeing all those toys holding stuff like "SINGNET, Where Were Your Lawyers?" makes me feel kinda warm and fuzzy inside.

Yeah right.

More pictures and cd-destroying action can be found here.

Wednesday, August 08, 2007

beware of what you fish for..

..because it might just turn out be a giant lego man. no i'm serious. lego. yeah.

p.s. am i the only one still posting here or something?

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

hooting around

Monday, June 11, 2007


Guess who I saw in camp today.

He only wanted to make use of my credits to buy the damn 2pdf polo tee.

He merely wanted to come ka jiao ppl when ppl doing work to help him pass time.

He think officer can balonglong walk arnd and zuo bo lan...

it's Tan Hock Chuan.

Why I so suey now must see u in camp from now onwards? another disincentive for me to go to camp everyday...


SINGAPORE : StarHub will increase its subscription charges for cable TV by between $4 and $10 a month.

From July 11, subscription for its basic groups and value packs will go up by $4.

And from October, monthly subscription for its sports content will be up $10 to $25.

StarHub says the price hike is a natural result of ongoing increases in prices of pay-TV content.

It adds this is the first price hike for its basic packages since 1995.

Currently, StarHub's lowest tier basic package is at $20 a month.

Source : CNA

Sooner or later, Starfug was always gonna raise its fees. After successfully winning the bid for the Premiership rights, it was always going to pass on the cost to the consumers. Now great, even the non-sports subscribers are hit.

The sad fact is we can only lan lan suck thumb. expensive costs are not gonna force us off the weekly diet of football action we so desire. we're always screwed. every month $14 increase.

More good times ahead.

Thursday, May 31, 2007

Statistical Soccer

Now that the soccer season is over, it's funny what some people do when they have too much time - they simulate every damn match on the computer to find out whose the best player of course! (And if you were wondering, C. Ronaldo would still be crowned the best player. woot.)

The nation’s top ten players - no arguments

Think about it, if only they could simulate every player's skills into statistics decided by a board of some kind and viola! There wouldn't be 'live' EPL any more - there would be 'virtual' EPL! Imagine all the uncles in the kopitiam tuning in to the CGIs of Man Utd duking it out with some-other-club every weekend, while the players themselves can just sit back and have their well-deserved sunday breaks watching themselves play on a plasma TV somewhere in England.

Of course, if all this were to be true, nobody would watch the EPL anymore, and that includes the ah peks even (no ten, not you. lol.) For all the beautiful graphical technological prowess we possess at the moment to render the players, nobody would give a damn if everything was so darn predictable, which brings me to the main reason why anybody watches 'live' soccer - the sheer unpredictability of each match.

Well, nobody expected Tevez to strut his stuff at West Ham; Cech playing the rest of the season with his head wrapped up like a rugby player; Roy Keane's Sunderland promoting to the EPL after such a disastrous start; Liverpool playing attack-minded football (and winning. lol.); Man City's infallible ability to not score any goals at home; Sheva being a total flop, etc.. - ok maybe some saw the last one coming, but the list goes on and you get the idea.

And so what does it come to at the end of all this? With all the summer buying and speculations going rife only after less than a month of the season's end, i'm sure any soccer fan would be having a mind-boggling experience just imagining what the next season may bring, like for example Man Utd winning the treble. Yeah, that would be good..

Suddenly, the wait for the next dose of soccer frenzy seems so darn far away - and i'm sure you agree.

Thursday, May 17, 2007

For our fallen son

It was a tragic way to die.. sorry but i had my reasons for not being there at ur wake to pay my last respects.

You went there with high hopes.. with intermittent cries of "ROC loh!" heard from your coy line from time to time.. who would have thought? an ATEC gone wrong..

When your name was flashed, it appeared darn familiar but still we were unsure. Alas, it was you indeed.

I may not have known Isz on a personal level..but seeing his familiar face in the papers certainly resonated with our hearts somehow.. what's more, you? Our friend?

The times we ate at the canteen & cookhouse.. enjoyed our banter.. buy drinks... relax together.. work in your armoury... Everything suddenly seems so distant, so far.

The last day we saw you, you were still in high spirits.

No one knew that 'See You' at the gate would be the last words we exchanged.

Jason, you'll be missed.

For 6SIR and SAF, we're all proud of you.
I guess Michael Buble's rendition of Home somehow describes how we felt at your demise.

Only that, we truly hope you've found a place to call Home whereever you are.

Sunday, May 06, 2007

I'm not okay.

No good.

Instructors no good life.

Instructors no experience. Recruits no cooperate. Superiors no brain.

No no no.. your army is no good. No good at all.

La-ah-ah, la la lalala la
Ah-ah-ah, la la lalala la

I broke some rules yesterday. Gave some of em who were freaking late a change parade. Told them they could call the hotline for all i care while a 2lt was looking on nearby. I could always play by the book and make it 10 times worse.

Anyway I'm wearing green for 5.5/7 of my time now. So sorry man, aint got anything decent to post here... Unless you consider my current intake stuff decent. lol.
If that's the case, maybe i'll dedicate my next post to the chao kengs in my battery, esp if i could get their pictures online. Wait till you see their faces. Priceless, or shd i say worthless, stuff i'd tell you. What depression, hairline fracture (suspected only). Ahaha. Bloody mofos.

This mood swing prolly gonna last till tmr, for which i'm the duty instructor. So they better say their prayers. For shit flows downward...

I know I know you don't want welfare
I know I know you want a confinement
I know I know you want a tornado
I know I know you want a late bookout

Wednesday, May 02, 2007


As another season of football draws to an exciting close, i thought this might actually be quite an interesting read, especially in a country which watches Manchester United every week but don't give two hoots about Tampines Rovers. You get the idea.

England's Goal Rush by TIME

Its basically about how the revamp of the EPL has elevated itself - from one infamous for its football hooligans to the most lucrative league in Europe. Pretty neat stuff.

And since i'm on the topic of soccer, congrats to Liverpool making it to the finals. Although i don't think the process would be identical when Man Utd takes on AC Milan tonight. I guess it would be an exciting match full of attacking, flowing football. Yum.

Monday, April 23, 2007

just to keep the posts flowing...

Alright, seems like the blog is slowly chugging back to life again.

To keep the momentum going and the words coming, let's post more and that INCLUDES you ah chek. For the uninitiated, ah chek refers to our dear old (in the literal sense) for how he's aged since enlistment. Hahaha...

To start off from where Ron left off, have you ever really thought of how much u've acty gained from army, or air force for a handful of you. 'cos sometimes it bewilders people why one year plus into it, some are still damn tulan and disgruntled abt it. They lament abt it being waste of time and the works. After ord, there'll be ICTs, IPPTs and all the shit. ROD seems almost too far away to grasp. Will the kpkb-ing ever end? Why so pessimistic and frustrated, boy?

and that also means JH u this jihong (note the similar initials?) kia u stop fretting over stupid stuff. just take this as a learning episode. a 2-year dream, where u just open ur eyes and learn as much as u can. Pick up positives, stay away from the vices. all the tuang habits, flowery language remains in camp. So cheer up, eh?

Meanwhile.... This blog needs more pics to spruce things up. It's getting stale with all text and no colourful pics. Here it goes.

Cristiano Ronaldo bagging both accolades - Player & Young Player of the Season

Okay.. i think indeed.. this is quite justified.. but if you think about it, is it ever good? to be so reliant on a single player? It's no wonder everytime he has an off-day almost certainly means Man U are relatively toothless in attack. Rooney hasn't really improved much if u think about it.

Ronaldo's good. but not great. he'll never rank among the pantheon of greats like Pele, Maradona etc. For his game is all abt pace, dribbling, trickery. All these attributes dun improve with age, they just degenerate with time. he may be 22... but how many more years he can be at his phenomenal best, u ask? just look at Michael Owen.

Liverpool vs. Chelsea (Stevie G vs John Terry)

This has to be one of the most exciting match-ups. Liverpool, after all, is Chelsea's bogey team. I'm not going to going into another long tirade abt how we are the best blahblah.. but it's the truth that Mourinho dreads facing Benitez on the sidelines. 2005 CL, 2006 FA Cup, and this year, a 2-0 win at Anfield.

No doubt, Chelsea have had their fair share of victories. But sometimes, only the few do truly matter. And this has to be it. I kinda haf a ominous feeling about this.. Chelsea have been lucky to pursue all this Quadruple bullshit.. but still.. u can't help having a soft spot for an outgoing Mourinho.

NBA Playoffs

Why, you ask? How a team as imperious as Dallas Mavericks continually fails to secure the coveted championship ring it so very craves? San Antonio Spurs, Miami Heat...all of them defeated Big Dirk and Co. on route to their respective triumphs..

After a 67-15 regular season, seems like they've truly met their match in the Golden State Warriors. Winless against them in three previous regular meetings..and to lose at home in the first match.. Seems like Dallas is gonna really toil hard to win this.

With the exception of the Phoenix Sun (Nash, Stoudamire, Marion Jones), Dallas undoubtedly boast the strongest lineup with Jason Terry, Josh Howard amongst them.

Perhaps a victory is long overdue.

And finally, a light-hearted video to round things up:

Saturday, April 21, 2007

waxing lyrical about lyrics

6 months and 15 days to ORD.

Well, this means i would actually be able to sing *"..ord back to studies, got degree so happy.." pretty soon and not be stuck at the stage of *"..soc sibei jialat, ippt lagi worse.." for what has seemed to be an eternity.

For the unenlightened, please direct your enquiries to this website and hopefully there will be a prompt reply.

*All lyrics and verses are the registered trademarks of the S.A.F.
Reproduction without permission is a chargeable offense under section 42, chapter 165 of the Minor Offense Book.