Last edited by sORe-EyEz; 22nd September 2008 at 10:45 PM.
WHAT SO BIG DEAL?
Come to little India, and U will know what am I looking at. Compare to this? Peanut!
Oh, what about compare to those left over after any major events? Haha, both are peanut within a peanut.
So who did that? Foreign Workers? You? Me? Him? She? or It? Haha, who blame who?
Just another common human act, isn't it? Isn't it everywhere in the world are still working hard on how to educate people how to look after the environment.
Foreign Workers? You? Me? Him? She? or It? Haha, who blame who?
Last edited by sORe-EyEz; 22nd September 2008 at 11:44 PM.
I don't agree to suggestions that there are not enough trash bins. One photo clearly shows a trash bin at the bus stop, there are likely to be many more within the interchange. If the bins are full to the brim. it might be a valid to suggest that there are not enough bins to go around. The way i see it, there was absolutely no effort made to keep the environment clean, so it is quite valid for ANYBODY to make a representation that these foreign workers did not give a hoot about the cleanliness of OUR country.
Years ago, a FT brutally attacked and seriouly injuried a 40+ woman just to rob her handphone. The neighbourhood gathered and arrested him. The FT cried and begged for mercy as he is forced to rob because he dun earn much as construction worker to provide his family a better life back home. My dear friend, be the Judge. Lastly, I am not related to the suspect or the victim.
Should we find more excuse for the suspect FT as he come from a poor country and he has contributed to achivement of Singapore.
I have say enough & will stop here, bye bye
So, in the same manner, if a Singaporean is stealing, are you going to say that all Singapore blue collar workers are thieves and should be looked down upon and treated as such?
Man, haven't you learned there are good bad apples everywhere?
i wonder if i'd get into trouble for doing a street series shooting litterbugs.
It is such a quiet thing to fall,
But far more terrible is to admit it
Why pick on that incident when many of the hundreds of handphone thefts that occur yearly are committed by our very own, gracious Singaporeans.
Oh well, if you're as old as you claim you are, i doubt what i say change you.
i foresee that a group (of say 10), would make females (local, or foreign of any age) rather uneasy, & would raise a safety concern just by their presence in the interchange itself. no?