Friday, February 29, 2008

interesting YOUTUBE - ERROR IN BUDDHISM - 6parts

Sunday, February 24, 2008

little monks & big abbot

the recent RENCI'S hooha is really creating a dent in buddhists practitioners' faith. hence, this satirical thread:

little monks read sun's shadow for time. big monk wears rolex in gold.

little monks dine in temple. big monk dine in fine restaurant. little monks take buses. big monk drives mercz with special #.

little monks fly? wait long long while big monk fly in biz class.

and little monks live in temple. big monk live in million dollars condo.

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

lydia sum passed away 19-02-08

LYDIA SUM aka fei fei aka sum tim har

she passed away this morning at about 8.38am after a long battle with liver cancer and a host of other chronic sickness.

watch this YOUTUBE intervew:

don't suck the wrong finger!

First-year students at Texas A&M's Vet school were receiving their first anatomy class, with a real dead cow. They all gathered around the surgery table with the body covered with a white sheet. The professor started the class by telling them, "In Veterinary Medicine it is necessary to have two important qualities as a doctor: The first is that you not be disgusted by anything involving the animal body.

For an example, the Professor pulled back the sheet, stuck his finger in the butt of the dead cow, withdrew it and stuck it in his mouth. "Go ahead and do the same thing," he told his students. The students freaked out, hesitated for several minutes, but eventually took turns sticking a finger in the anal opening of the dead cow and sucking on it.

When everyone finished, the Professor looked at them and said, "The second most important quality is observation. I stuck in my middle finger and sucked on my index finger. " Now learn to pay attention."Life's tough, but it's even tougher if you're stupid."

a puppy for u...

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Monday, February 18, 2008

let's learn to keep our promises.....


How wonderful is life where we can stay humble and cater to the basic essentials of life? There will be so much for the world. It will be so enriching for our soul.

many especially our paps minitoots suffer a dire defiency of humanity for the soul.

sometimes u just wonder how they are so obssessed with the millions and really bewilder how they could ever spend every cent during their lifetime.....

if they couldn't, why are they obssessed with more? no wonder serfs suffer in disturbing slience.

an interesting article from sbf forum

Coffee Shop Talk - Public cry foul over recent policies
From: hsientang 17-Feb 07:42
To: ALL 1 of 16


A good article, but how does Seah Chiang Nee attain the unhappy feeling of the middle class?

Insight: Down South

Middle class Singaporeans are giving the government the thumbs down despite Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew’s prediction of a golden era in the coming years.

A SUCCESSION of unpopular policies – incredibly ill-timed, if not ill-planned – has reduced the government’s public popularity to the lowest level in many years.

It is ironic because the economy and the job market are on a roll, which should have resulted in a high level of optimism and improved feelings for the ruling People’s Action Party.

Instead the opposite is happening.

The sentiments among middle class Singaporeans have reached one of their lowest points despite Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew’s prediction of a “golden era” in the coming years.

Four recent factors have caused the plunge in public unhappiness.

(1) Cabinet’s 21% pay rise

The decision to raise the salaries of Cabinet ministers, already by far the highest in the world, by a whopping 21%, could not have come at a more painful time for Singaporeans who are struggling with widespread price increases.

(2) GST increases

The July increase in the Goods and Services Tax (GST) from 5% to 7%, led to an orgy of price increases covering most goods and services in Singapore.

The current inflation, the worst in 12 years, is partly imported but is blamed on the government because it has been increasing public fees, ranging from healthcare to stamps.

(3) Abandoned annuities scheme

After a public backlash, the government had to redraw a plan that would have Singaporeans put a part of their CPF (Central Provident Fund) into an annuities scheme that will pay S$250-S$300 (RM575-RM690) a month until death – or when they reach 85.

It was hugely unpopular because of the late drawdown (only 60,000 Singaporeans live that long) and, if the holder dies before 85, the unused money goes to others in the pool, not to his estate.

It was arguably one of the worst ideas from the PAP government and was abandoned. A new scheme is being considered to replace it.

(4) Shortage, over-crowdedness.

The gathering foreign influx (which has pushed the population to 4.68 million) is beginning to cause resentment – mostly against the government – as well as over-crowding and some shortages.

Singaporeans are likely to continue to have to bear and grin it since, like inflation, it is likely to continue into future years.

Shaping into the hottest topic is, however, the Cabinet pay rise – the second in two years – which would have brought down a government in most other countries.

It raised the Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s annual salary to S$3.76mil (RM8.64mil) and President S.R. Nathan’s to S$3.87mil (RM8.89mil), while Cabinet ministers start at $1.96mil (RM4.50mil) a year.

(By comparison, US President George W Bush earns an annual salary of US$400,000 (RM1.3mil) or one-seventh of what Lee gets).

Despite their compliant nature, Singaporeans have reacted angrily to the way their leaders pay themselves, feelings that I have not encountered in 25 years’ of reporting Singapore.

Even PAP supporters are wondering why their political leaders have embarked on such an obviously politically dangerous course.

“The question is why? Why would people, very smart and talented people, with all the money in the world to spend, money they are not likely to finish spending in their whole life, still crave for more money?” a blogger asked.

Another said: “Actually if they can justify it well, I wouldn’t mind them getting more pay, but where is the justification? Many people here earn in a month less than what a minister gets in just half a day.”

The year-end vibrancy of the top leaders who are benefiting from the windfall, contrasts sharply with a despondent mood among the poorer heartlanders badly hit by rising prices.

More people have been asking their members of Parliament for help. Reports of rising poverty have prompted one minister to say: “In Singapore, no one needs to starve.”

For months Singaporeans have felt pressured by the growing impact of the increasing number of foreigners here, including over-crowding and shortages, not to mention a reduction of opportunities.

For the government, this souring of the electorate’s mood is worrying because it is over major bread-and-butter matters – prices, retirement savings, jobs – which can erode its power base.

One of Singapore’s most admired writers, Catherine Lim, has added her voice to the public criticism on the way Singapore is heading.

A climate of fear that stops citizens from speaking out against the government could eventually lead to the decline of Singapore, she said.

Lim praised the government for its economic achievements but said its Achilles’ heel could be its suppression of criticism, using defamation suits against opposition politicians as well as bans on protests.

“A compliant, fearful population that has never learnt to be politically savvy could spell the doom of Singapore,” Lim told Reuters in an interview.

The 65-year-old Malaysian-born author said the worst-case scenario would be for a future leader to get away with corruption “because of the ingrained, unquestioning trust of a fearful, overly dependent people”.

Lim said: “You could have a case of younger Singaporeans creating unrest because they do not have an outlet.

“What Singapore wants is managed creativity. So, not only would those really creative people not want to come, but those who are here want to get out

NB: proves that sinkies love to be screwed!

Saturday, February 16, 2008

the plight of old in a first world country.....

Take a look at Martyn See's latest film, Nation Builders, on the perils of growing old and unwanted in Singapore.

Thursday, February 14, 2008


in sinkieland nothing belongs to us.

our flats are theirs and generously bragged 'SUBSIDISED'.

our life saving in cpf is theirs and now so lovingly disguised as COMPULSORY ANNUITY.

even our children are theirs. if they die during NS stint, our problem not theirs.

in simple terms:

what's theirs is theirs. what's ours is also theirs. sinkies own nothing....



When Hell Freezes Over

Chemistry: When Hell Freezes Over

The following is an actual question given on a University of Washington chemistry mid term. The answer by one student was so "profound" that the professor shared it with colleagues,
Via the Internet, which is, of course, why we now have the pleasure of enjoying it as well:

Bonus Question:

Is Hell exothermic (gives off heat) or endothermic (absorbs heat)?
Most of the students wrote proofs of their beliefs using Boyle's Law (gas cools when it expands and heats when it is compressed) or some variant.

One student, however, wrote the following:

First, we need to know how the mass of Hell is changing in time. So we need to know the rate at which souls are moving into Hell and the rate at which they are leaving. I think that we can safely assume that once a soul gets to Hell, it will not leave. Therefore, no souls are leaving.
As for how many souls are entering Hell , let's look at the different religions that exist in the world today. Most of these religions state that if you are not a member of their religion, you will go to Hell. Since there is more than one of these religions and since people do not belong to more than one religion, we can project that all souls go to Hell.
With birth and death rates as they are, we can expect the number of souls in Hell to increase exponentially.
Now, we look at the rate of change of the volume in Hell because Boyle's Law states that in order for the temperature and pressure in Hell to stay the same, the volume of Hell has to expand proportionately as souls are added.
This gives two possibilities:
1. If Hell is expanding at a slower rate than the rate at which souls enter Hell, and then the temperature and pressure in Hell will increase until all Hell breaks loose.
2. If Hell is expanding at a rate faster than the increase of souls in Hell, then the temperature and pressure will drop until Hell freezes over.
So which is it? If we accept the postulate given to me by Teresa during my freshman year that,
"It will be a cold day in Hell before I sleep with you," And take into account the fact that I slept with her last night, then number two must be true, and thus I am sure that Hell is exothermic and has already frozen over.
The corollary of this theory is that since Hell has frozen over, it follows that it is not accepting any more souls and is therefore, extinct...leaving only Heaven, thereby proving the existence of a divine being which explains why, last night, Teresa kept shouting "Oh my God."


COMPULSORY ANNUITY - our money or their $$$?

this posting in sbf forum says it all - our anguish for not being able to have the FREEDOM to access and use our savings....after all these years! so exasperating!!

From: thinkall 09:11


I will do this alone and that is all that is needed, one big press a day and I will make the difference, one major world organisation a day I will do it the way my heart puts it. My own country’s representatives do not give a hoot, I will send to all political organisations outside this country and NGOs I can get my hand on.

I will singularly do what I must and I will succeed to make the clarion call that need to be made through the silence of my people.

I will not stop until a referendum is had that Singaporean prefer compulsory annuity than debt to be paid.

The inability of PAP to pay is not my concern, they had abused the savings of the people they must pay the price and not disguise as some benevolent measure of love.

I will singularly do what I must.


Dear Sir,

I am a citizen of Singapore I wish to bring to your attention concerning a certain miscarriage of justice in my country which has become the source of great frustration amongst my people. In my country, we have compulsory savings which requires every single working citizen in this country to maintain a third of his income with the government as “savings” so that we may be given access to it once we retire.

The grave concern here is the fact that we are now not going to be able to access our savings and its will be effectively pooled against our will into an annuity fund, the reason given was that our old age may be better taken care of if we were not to be given our lump sum of savings for fear we will not carry the sum to the end of our earthly existence.

While we watch our government, with it sovereign wealth funds go investing in depreciating assets and making many investments, many of us suspected that this government may not have the amount needed to pay us when our retirement are due.

The angst of the people is grave and yet there was no reporting of our grave concern in our press or any representation of alternative view that could push the collective unease of the people. The people of Singapore has one of the highest indebtedness in the world and it is not coincidence that we also have one of the highest national saving rate in the world, due to the segregation of our savings from our control, many of us had to make ends meet by taking loans which we can least afford so that we may carry on with our lives. The interest spread between such loans and returns from our savings in our mandatory saving, which we do not have access as expenditure is one of the main cause of our continual inability to make ends meet, while the State took the monies worldwide investing in ways which we do not understand or appreciate.

Now, we are told that we will no longer see our savings and will only be distributed to us in portion in the form of a compulsory annuity, which the name of the programme imply does not have our concurrence.

There are many reasons why the people of Singapore seem silent; the main reason is because we are silenced by the State. Election has been gerrymandered in such a way that the legislature is 95 percent and more controlled by a single party. The press is controlled by the governor; the media is under the strict sanction of the party and State mechanism. The judiciary is compliant to the directive of the State, no case against the governor ever proceed to trial.

The people of Singapore are angry and had long wanted to vote for an opposition to stand against this government however the threshold were raised every time the people go to the ballot box, all possible barriers, structural ones and legal ones were put up just to ensure a compliant result.

Right now, a deliberate plan to once and for all deprive the people of Singapore of its savings is about to unveil. The plan is simply to pool all the savings so that all savings are no longer fixed liabilities that need to be paid to the specific people in specific time.

Our sovereign wealth funds are not openly audited for the benefits of the people and with this compulsory annuity measure, the people are collectively questioning this government the state of our mandatory savings. Instead of answering our questions they pooled our monies to extinguish their liabilities.

My only hope is that your paper could investigate my claims and report according to your editorial discretion.

Most sincerely,

(name has been left out)

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

upside down world

upside down world


old time, evil is evil,

good is good.

good is honoured,

evil was frowned upon.

modern time, evil is honored,

good is despised.

honesty was the best policy.

now hypocrisy is the best flattery.

what a funny world....this has turned out to be!!

now for the cartoon translation

now for the cartoon translation


the world has changed now. it's getting to be funny and man is getting cute.
the poor pretends to be rich,
the rich pretends to be poor.
poor - rear a piggy and sell it off,
rich - rear a doggy put on lap.
poor - dream of marriage,
rich - ask for divorce.
poor - wifey is also secretary.
rich - secretary is also the wifey(mistress).
poor - eat veggie at home,
rich - eat a roast piggy in restaurant.
in kampong, chicken (rooster) calls man in the morning.
in city, man calls chicken(whore) in the night.
old society, lst time gives to husband.
new city, leaves lst born to husband. (sounds familiar?)
old society, artistes sell talent don't sell body.
new society, what talent? sell bodies lah!

hahahaha...GONG XI FA CAI!!

funny story from abroad

funny story from abroad


现在的社会,很可爱但是已经变形了,现在的人也是一样。没钱的时候假装 钱,有钱的时候假装没钱。没钱的时候养猪拿来卖。有钱的时候养狗拿来看。没钱的时候想结婚,有钱的时候想离 婚。没钱的时候老婆兼秘书,有钱的时候秘书兼老婆。没钱的时候在家吃菜,有钱的时候在酒店吃肉。乡下早晨鸡 叫人, 城里晚上人叫鸡。过去把第一次留给丈夫,现在把第一胎留给丈夫。旧社会戏子卖艺不卖身,新社会演员卖身不卖 艺。哈哈哈哈哈哈哈。恭喜恭喜 新年快乐。。。

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

what different between million$$ minitoots n others?

the mrbrown show: the bread and butter sermon

Inflation? Rising food costs? This minister has the answer!


Monday, February 11, 2008


Golden Period Or Golden Shit?


prior to the subprime crisis in the USA, lau lee bragged that "we are not in the golden period".

i thought, "wowsay, it's going to be back to those good o' days again when fixed deposit savings hit 12% pa. the share market will be boom time. u buy what shares, u make what....."

just as soon as that big bragging balloon was publicly released, the paps minitoots proposed their salaries increases. they are already getting an overly paid obscene rate and yet ....they are increasing their own pays. even the president prataman is getting an extra million into his pocket for NTD or Nothing To Do job.

how can this be??

i explained to my disillusioned doctor pal: "lau lee's so called golden period is for themselves - the paps minitoot. if he didn't bragged as GOLDEN PERIOD, how can they shamelessly going to increase their own of course smoked the nation into arty-farty dream."

well, really is very farty farting...loud, smelly and definitely stinks! but nothing close to arty creativity of mass conning the nation one more round.

sinkies are SCREWED again. this time with plenty of KY application. OUCH!!

Wednesday, February 6, 2008

we are like italians

watch this clip and see the resemblances: