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Posted by inspir3d on September 26, 2006

IMF/WB – A Pseudo Govt Perspective (Thrasymachus) “The 61st IMF/World Bank meeting has just concluded couple of days ago, in our little island. While there are much breakthrough on the IMF/World Bank policies and voting rights, I guess most Singaporeans can’t be bothered by it. Perhaps the issues that interest most is the CSO – Civil Society Organization matters and what is the government’s take on these CSOs’ protests. This is just a pseudo-government’s perspective on what was possibly the sentiment on the government.”

Our Differences (Xenoboy) “To make a difference. To make a difference. Must make a difference. Must. Stay. Difference.”

Teeny-Weeny Tiff? (Blowin in the Wind) “Former Malaysian prime minister Mahathir Mohamad was right when he described Singapore as “tiny”. … But I can’t understand why he said, “The country is tiny, don’t be too proud”, unless he was thinking like an army general, a business tycoon or a boy bragging, “Mine is bigger than yours.” ”

New Brand for our REBRANDING campaign!!! (Lucky Tan)


4 Responses to “Tuesday”

  1. Brenda said

    Hello people,

    There’s someone promoting a stupid blog: don’t visit it – it’s definitely not worth it.



  2. james said

    If you do not tell people of this stupid blog, very few people will know. So who is more stupid.

    You make people curious and wittingly or unwittingly support this clever blogger.

  3. Anon said

    Where have you been? You are in the Matrix. What is real what is not is but the making of minds. Can you trust the one sitting next to you is real? You maybe eating a piece of steak, but that steak is as real as the Dick Lee image reflected in the mirror infront of you.

    Welcome to the Matrix. You are a computer bot!Your hellos are in binary. Your goodbyes are in binary. Leave your binary when you enter. Leave your binary when you leave. Nothing is more than less, nothing is less than more. In the Matrix, what is real what is not has been profoundly blurred!

  4. Dai Kor said

    Teeny Weeny Singapore – It isn’t the size that matters, it’s how it is used.

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