Last year we have JJ Lin's "Oh Yeah. Oh Yeah. Oh Yeah. Hey" for YOG and this year we have this.
Quite frankly, IMHO this is the result of a whole load of yes men in government organisations sucking up to their superiors by praising how fantastic and marvellous their ideas are instead of having the guts to criticise it and taking steps to prevent such ridiculous concept from being endorsed further after initial brainstorming sessions.
There is a Dilbert comic strip illustrating this scenario perfectly but unfortunately I couldn't find it.
wah so many people liao, the 1st rehearsal(18 june) i was there, no many people.
this sat i will be there again..sian...from 8am to 10pm....
i got some videos taken from 1st rehearsal . i posted to facebook, how do i embed here?
Last edited by ninelives; 6th July 2011 at 08:01 PM.
wow..............just becoz they're gahmen, they think they can get away with this,,,this...this....piece of ****? OMFG!!!
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and the Kop sings, "You'll never walk alone"
I think they are trying must I say desperately to attract young people, by re-tuning pop songs. Last yr's was Tonight's Gonna Be A Good Night. Now this. It's the ultimate failure. Since the more "young-oriented" songs came out after NDP 2005, the songs had became worse and worse. No feelings, no emotions.
Aiya .... Just sing our National Anthem (Ma lai kit ta ) all the way la ....
Like dat, no more problem.
When the guy in charge was interviewed on TV news, his face was pale.
He knew this was a big Boo-Boo. If Lady Gaga wanted to be tough, it can be a highly publicised intellectual property lawsuit in which she will surely win.
The dollar amount damages is not the point. The lawsuit will send Singapore's repute down the sewer.
Guess one colonel won't make it to brigadier general anytime soon.
Would be interesting to read what are Mahathir's comments (if any) on it in his blog.
Last edited by ricohflex; 9th July 2011 at 11:57 AM.
Funnily enough, Gaga actually liked it.
Then again, she's weird anyway.
This is indeed "UNIQUELY SINGAPORE!" i find it uniquely disgusting and humiliating especially for such a significant occasion.
Can't we just stick to Count on me or stand up for Singapore?! Or maybe Dick Lee's Rasa Sayang