Our Beaches Lack This!


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zywerkz

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Wow, im impressed. that is ALOT.
 

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I shudder when I think of what will happen if a similar event is held in Singapore

Every old uncles who patron all those Category III movie will all of a sudden take up Photography and cycling at the park as exercise. Photographic shops selling camera and binos will do well, Viagra will see an increase in sale, more people selling tissue papers in those beach area, Sunglasses will be all the rage with all the uncles especially those mirror type ones or super dark so no one can see their roving eyeballs, walking about always with one hand in their baggy shorts or pants, more feeder buses or taxis will be conveying lots more people to the beach...That is just the rising "tip" of the ice-berg man and we have not even consider the younger wolves around....heeeeee.....
 

Klose

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I shudder when I think of what will happen if a similar event is held in Singapore
Hmmm... the thought of it is spin chilling too :sweat: all the perfs :sweat:
 

zywerkz

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Every old uncles who patron all those Category III movie will all of a sudden take up Photography and cycling at the park as exercise. Photographic shops selling camera and binos will do well, Viagra will see an increase in sale, more people selling tissue papers in those beach area, Sunglasses will be all the rage with all the uncles especially those mirror type ones or super dark so no one can see their roving eyeballs, more feeder buses or taxis will be conveying lots more people to the beach...That is just the rising "tip" of the ice-berg man and we have not even consider the younger wolves around....heeeeee.....
in short, it will boost our economy as consumption rises, and thus through multiplier our national income will rise, although this is likely to be offset by our small multiplier due to our open flow of capital funds.

sure to boost tourism to beaches. its good. create more jobs.
 

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in short, it will boost our economy as consumption rises, and thus through multiplier our national income will rise, although this is likely to be offset by our small multiplier due to our open flow of capital funds.

sure to boost tourism to beaches. its good. create more jobs.
yes and more hospital patients from too much heart attacks too hheheheheh
 

casey4355

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not jus the beaches, the whole island of singapore is sterile.
 

zywerkz

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it will be like

"it is a good day to die" (Starcraft)
 

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the werewolves would be out in full force

anyways.. thanks, i prefer our beaches to remain empty

if they are full of xmm i really don't know how to shoot sunset already
 

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in short, it will boost our economy as consumption rises, and thus through multiplier our national income will rise, although this is likely to be offset by our small multiplier due to our open flow of capital funds.

sure to boost tourism to beaches. its good. create more jobs.
bout half of singapore will slow to a crawl...people will start to ask if they are in some part of australian town after 5pm.


by the way heard that....singapore has this law...

photography is illegal on singapore beaches.

is that true??? anyone can shed light on this? thanks! :bsmilie:
 

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bout half of singapore will slow to a crawl...people will start to ask if they are in some part of australian town after 5pm.


by the way heard that....singapore has this law...

photography is illegal on singapore beaches.

is that true??? anyone can shed light on this? thanks! :bsmilie:
You got to be kidding hehe I have been shooting at the beach for decades heheh.... if so, me and all me fellow photographers here in SIngapore have been breaking the law all these time heheh....


I think it is only illegal if your wife or g/d caught you photo shooting some young babe in some stringy bikinis with your long zoom and salivating haaaa
 

sbs99

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no, really serious.
there's this law, i hope maybe some lawyers here may shed some light on it.

nobody had clamped down on this yet....but the law is there.
Yah i myself been shooting at the beach too, so does millions of tourists. Just checking
if the law really does exist. heh
 

zywerkz

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bout half of singapore will slow to a crawl...people will start to ask if they are in some part of australian town after 5pm.


by the way heard that....singapore has this law...

photography is illegal on singapore beaches.

is that true??? anyone can shed light on this? thanks! :bsmilie:
who did u hear this from? street photography allowed but beach not allowed? makes no sense leh...

dont tell me got security issue scared we bomb the sea?
 

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