best...Originally Posted by SnapSnap
best...Originally Posted by SnapSnap
babygerald, let's go to seafood place take people's pix tonightOriginally Posted by Witness
where's your Chairman?Originally Posted by SnapSnap
*looks with satisfaction at the sluggish behaviour of this thread*
looks like sammie's translucent teddy really did the jobOriginally Posted by zaren
as in.....her teddy slows down the thread due to excessive rubbernecking?Originally Posted by hwchoy
aiyoyo...(sorry for the bad exposure, metered wrongly, overexposed shot... :P )
been hip-shooting lately?Originally Posted by khairi
hehehe...yup...once the scene is correct, if can use viewfinder i'll use lah...if not...hip shots lah...but lately, i lazy to use the viewfinder, so hip the hop shotOriginally Posted by zaren
If I know where he is, I will cease to be sotong... If he knows where he is then he cannot be chairman...Originally Posted by hwchoy
More like being hip and shooting lately.Originally Posted by zaren
Hmm... wider angle would be nicer.Originally Posted by khairi
Quick! Go and get a rangefinder with super wide angle!
Cannotlah - institionalized christians cannot take bible as metaphor mah! my younger bro is devoted christian so i know - and last time - in my past life - i was also an institutionalized christian - u lupa eh?Originally Posted by The_Cheat
Sluggish? How so?Originally Posted by zaren
Anyway, I'd had a rather interesting conversation with a friend about an hour or so ago. See, another friend of mine (classmate A) drop by for a visit today, and he being him, behaved totally outlandishly loud. We'd ended up engaging in a nonsensical conversation about things and such in the middle of the corridor (you know a conversation is nonsensical when it revolves around another classmate of ours trying to show boast her asset when she don't have the figure to... ). After A left, the other friend who from a nearby lab, came and look for me, and was abhorred to find that A was actually teaching in a JC. Then he was saying that he pity the JC students under A, since his opinion of A is that A knows nothing about science, and sprouted rubbish during some of the modules he and A have taken when we were still studying. This led to a whole conversation, where his mentality revealed a number of interesting things. Firstly, he felt that a clever person ought to know his stuff really well, and not be methodical and sensical. Secondly, he felt that someone who sprout rubbish would not be a source of inspiration.
To me, I'd had a totally different point of view. See, A is actually a very very intelligent person, more intelligent than me I guess. Heck! His scores are better than mine most of the time and that speaks volume, since I'm not that bad myself (err... well, I'm horrible in science. Why am I doing science again?) The thing is, an intelligent person could either be one who speaks sensible and accurate thing all the time, or one who don't reveal it in their behaviour. To me, the decision-makers in Singapore tend to be those who are very very sensible people, like the many MPs we have in the government. But the ones who really changes things ain't these sensible people, but those who are willing to be outlandish and push the box whenever possible. While being sensible and methodical in thinking is perhaps good in indoctrinating knowledge to a student, it'll usually take an outlandish individual to inspire one to feel for a certain subject or to spark that passion out.
Anyway, the conversation turned out to be one where I'd used back the analogy of South Park versus The Simpsons again! Haaa~!
So the point of me sharing about this is this. What kind of person do you think you are? One who say sensible things all the time and not willing to speculate on anything when you don't have the knowledge to, or one who would say and do whatever comes to mind, not compromising to the situation in which the expression could have unpleasant consequences?
Most of the government work in such a way that whatever's not broken, don't fix it. In fact there are a lot of things that needed attention to as well, but they have decided to turn a blind eye to them as well. Example of some of these issues are: racial harmony issue, the (national)identity issue, the sexual (orientation and otherwise) issues, the human rights issue, etc. etc.Originally Posted by lao_chio
All it take is really a spark somewhere, to remind people that a government ain't just there for the bread and butter issues. They are responsible for setting directions to a number of other issues as well!
Nope. Soul is another complex idea that perhaps I will never be able to understand. When the biological system cease to function, the neurons stop making connection, and whatever thoughts and feelings just vapourise. Why maintain that there's a soul to encapsulate these thoughts and feelings when life passes on?Originally Posted by lao_chio
NOOOOOOOooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!Originally Posted by lao_chio
Most will just ignore the posts. Some will read and comprehend, but find it hard to participate. Still, it's okay I guess. You don't reply a message to please others anyway. You only do that in heavily moderated forum like ST Forum.Originally Posted by lao_chio
Haha~! I'd just forwarded your comment to her. Think she'll flip!Originally Posted by lao_chio
I really can't hold much of a discussion about specifics in a bible. I got so turned off by the sight of the bible from a decade ago...Originally Posted by mau_lovers
Ooh! Anyway, try to insert commands like [ quote = ABC ] quoted paragraph/statement [/quote ] (remove the all empty spaces in the  ) when answering the post. That way, your reply won't be mixed inside the quote.
Last edited by The_Cheat; 16th November 2005 at 06:30 PM.
why should she flip? she IS a very beautiful woman.Originally Posted by The_Cheat
you can buy better gear but you can't buy a better eye
She'll be so overjoyed that she'll flip and do cartwheels lor!Originally Posted by zaren