Category Archives: Singapore

0132 + 0133 – Tesla Motors, Neil Tyson, Singapore, Vision and Benevolent Dictatorship

There are few things I’m more excited about than Tesla Motors. The company is committed to pulling the future forward to meet the present by accelerating the development of electric cars. Tesla’s Model S is the safest car on the … Continue reading

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Transcript of an interview I did once about being a SG blogger

I believe this was in early 2013. Do you think all blogs should be progressive and liberal? It wouldn’t be very progressive or liberal for me to say that! We need a broad spectrum of blogs of all kinds. We … Continue reading

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Minister Shan

Visa: I don’t know why I saved this or where I saved this from, but I thought I’d publish it anyway. I REPEAT: I DID NOT WRITE THIS AND I DONT KNOW/REMEMBER WHO DID: “Recently I was invited by Peter … Continue reading

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Roadwork recommendations between Block 71 and one-north MRT

Hey, so I work at Blk 71 at Ayer Rajah Crescent, and I get to work every day by taking the train to one-north MRT. Hundreds of other people do the same. Many of us go to one-north MRT for lunch, too- … Continue reading

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19 honest tweets on a crowded train

Manage your sleep, finances and emotions properly or you’re in for a shitty life. They don’t teach you that in school. Some guys could x3 their attractiveness by learning how and when to be tastefully suggestive, and when to be … Continue reading

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notes from “The History Of Singapore” 2006 documentary

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XzGzBm9FME8 1: Raffles Little Child 200 years ago, jungle (1800?) 200 years later- economic giant? no natural resources land is infertile. (Location is a resource!) “Mangrove to metropolis.” The LKY oversimplification: That LKY singlehandedly built Singapore. “Unless you know where … Continue reading

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#freemyinternet Q&A

This was from 2013. – Why did you feel the need to participate in this web blackout? What are your views on comments from the government that online activists are “overreacting”? 1: I grew up with the internet, and I … Continue reading

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