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Saturday, May 29, 2004

I am told that during the recent company proficiency tests back at 42, as a vote of protest, one company "chose" to fail by somehow moving off without their OC, letting him get killed by the enermy. Seemingly even the prospect of RT did not deter them from registering their protest.

They spend $170,000 to renovate the medical centre when it is not totally necessary, but meanwhile the whole place is down to 1 toner catridge, which has to be shared by everyone, and rubber stamps which are needed for daily work go unmade. So much for intelligent budgeting.

Apparently there are no PRs in Armour - only Singapore citizens. Bah.


Quotes:

They say Taiwan is cheap. You can have one girl for 5 dollars. (?!)

[Written] CPL Denise (Denise)




The self-proclaimed Master of Office was giving his rationale for skipping all the NUS camps. According to him, they are just a chance for desperate NUS (male) seniors to ogle at girls in wet clothes. Besides, he has plenty of unspecified friends already.

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Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords

"Five years after the events from the award winning Knights of the Old Republic, the Sith Lords have hunted the Jedi to the edge of extinction and are on the verge of crushing the Old Republic. With the Jedi Order in ruin, the Republic’s only hope is a Jedi Knight struggling to reconnect with the Force and is faced with the galaxies most dire decision: To follow the light or succumb to the dark side…"

I can't wait :) I must say, KOTOR was one of the best games I've ever played.

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I took the What Mythological Creature Are you? test by
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"Augustus came from a miraculous conception by the divine and human conjunction of [the God] Apollo and [his mother] Atia. How does the historian respond to that story? Are there any who take it literally?... That divergence raises an ethical problem for me. Either all such divine conceptions, from Alexander to Augusts and from the Christ to the Buddha, should be accepted literally and miraculously or al of them should be accepted metaphorically and theologically. It is not morally acceptable to say directly and openly that our story is truth but yours is myth; ours is history but yours is a lie. It is even less morally acceptable to say that indirectly and covertly by manufacturing defensive or protective strategies that apply only to one's own story."

--- John Crosssan, The Birth of Christianity, 1998, pg 28 - 29, as quoted by Pagan Origins of the Christ Myth

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"All critical thought is by nature adversarial. A "positive" role belongs instead to creative thought. While the role of creative thought is to create ideas and possibilities, the role of critical thought is to debunk them, and it is only by these two processes working together that we arrive at knowledge and truth. Critical thought can be viewed in much the same way as natural selection: it does in a sense 'create' by eliminating the 'weak' and leaving the 'strong'. Thus, critical thought's role as a debunking device is essential and indispensable, and it must play a part in every act of knowing. But it does not eliminate ideas and possibilities until none are left. Nihilism is as irrational as blind faith, and as self limiting as naivety. Rather, critical thought eliminates until all that remains is the consistent, the probable, the tenable, the reliable, the useful--in other words, knowledge."

"'Holders of firm religious beliefs do not merely resist attempts at critique, they are often impervious to them'. This kind of behavior, which seems inexplicably irrational, is revealed to be quite explicable (though perhaps still irrational) when we recognize that the religiously devout are often interested in things more important to them than the truth (such as an ultimate meaning to life). Since the personal, emotional benefits provided by spiritual beliefs do not depend on those beliefs being true, their truth becomes (in practice) irrelevant. Thus, while Buddhism and Christianity each provide a supernatural explanation for our ills, and an equally supernatural solution, within all this lies a purely practical belief system which not only provides an ultimate meaning to life, but attempts to produce a greater balance of peace and happiness by providing both a moral standard and a reason to live up to it. But all of these benefits are gained merely by the claims being believed, and not by their actually being true, which is quite unlike scientific claims or technological inventions, where benefits are usually gained only when we believe in theories which are true (and definite hazards are often created by believing in false ones)."

"'Religion seems founded,' he writes, 'on a need for an ultimate meaning to life'. Recognizing this, it becomes more obvious how people can become so emotionally attached to their religion, and why criticizing their religion can so quickly be regarded as a personal or blasphemous attack, or be pathologically ignored or avoided altogether."

"Many may be surprised to read the following words of Carl Sagan: 'Science is not only compatible with spirituality; it is a profound source of spirituality. When we recognize our place in an immensity of light years and in the passage of ages, when we grasp the intricacy, beauty, and subtlety of life, then that soaring feeling, that sense of elation and humility combined, is surely spiritual' (from Carl Sagan, 'Does Truth Matter? Science, Pseudoscience, and Civilization.' Skeptical Inquirer, 20:6. 1996. p. 29.)"

--- From a review of Do Religious Life and Critical Thought Need Each Other?

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'Buffy' conference takes show seriously - "It's tough for scholars to be taken seriously when their subject is a TV show about a California blonde fighting evil in a high school built on a gateway to hell."

Friday, May 28, 2004

Word of the day: "callipygian"


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I thought of the orphans and widows he had made; of the tears that had been shed for his glory and of the only woman who had ever loved him pushed from his heart by the cold hand of ambition. And I said I would rather have been a French peasant and worn wooden shoes. I would rather have lived in a hut with a vine growing over the door and the grapes growing purple in the kisses of the autumn sun. I would rather have been that poor peasant with my loving wife by my side, knitting as the day died out of the sky, with my children upon my knee and their arms about me. I would rather have been that man and gone down to the tongueless silence of the dreamless dust than to have been that imperial impersonation of force and murder known as Napoleon the Great. And so I would ten thousand times.

--- Soliloquy of Robert Green Ingersoll at the tomb of Napoleon

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A review of God Against the Gods: The History of the War Between Monotheism
and Polytheism, by Jonathan Kirsch


"Kirsch jumps to the reign of Emperor Theodosius, who ruled from 379 to 395 and made Christianity the state religion in 390. From there Kirsch documents the increasing suppression of not only paganism but secular philosophy and learning as well, culminating in the burning of the library of Alexandria in 390 and the horrible murder of the mathematician and philosopher Hypatia by Christian monks in 415. After dragging her from her chariot and ripping off her clothes, they hacked her to death with sharpened clam shells, what the men in those times used as razors."
Ouch. No wonder the christ cult won.

"Polytheistic religions tend to have a greater tolerance of opposing religious points of view than do monotheistic creeds. With belief in the "One True God" one is not likely to be tolerant of those not following the true faith... Certainly, polytheistic Hindus in Bombay and other places on the Indian subcontinent have murdered Moslems in internecine strife with an enthusiasm that matches that of their monotheistic foes. This instance notwithstanding, I would
tend to agree that, had the pagan tradition of religious toleration prevailed in the later Roman Empire, our own civilization would have been richer and happier for it."

"Christianity, in the form it took once the Roman state had co-opted it, was too useful for the maintenance of centralized power for it to be abandoned. This is well illustrated in the religious controversy between Pelagius and Augustine in the opening decades
of the fifth century. Pelagius, while still maintaining that human beings required God's help to be saved, rejected the concept of original sin and asserted that people could obtain salvation through their own efforts. Augustine asserted that humans are all depraved from birth, inheriting the sin of Adam and Eve through sexual procreation, and that only God's grace could save them. The latter view also implies that, as born sinners and criminals, people need to be kept in line with an iron fist. This idea was much more attractive to the Roman state, particularly in its fragile situation following the collapse of Roman military power, than was a theology asserting the human capacity for free will. Thus, for making the latter assertion Pelagius was branded a heretic, and for asserting human worthlessness Augustine was made a saint. The imperial bias
toward internal control in the declining years of the empire militated against religious tolerance, hence the utility of the Christianity of that day, with its rigorous unity of doctrine. As Kirsch himself points out, the word "heresy" derives from a word meaning "choice" (Gr. hairesis)."

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TweakHound's Super XP Tweaking Guide - Version 5.0 - Comprehensive guide to tweaking Windows XP, which declaims some common pieces of advice (eg clearing your prefetch directory often)

Write your name in hieroglyphs

For Some, the Blogging Never Stops - "Blogging is a pastime for many, even a livelihood for a few. For some, it becomes an obsession. Such bloggers often feel compelled to write several times daily and feel anxious if they don't keep up. As they spend more time hunkered over their computers, they neglect family, friends and jobs."

Al Gore Links Abu Ghraib Prison Abuses to Deep Flaws in Bush Policy - Despite everything, I still have a feeling Dubya will be returned to power and the world will go to hell in the next 4 years.

ChristianExodus.org - All the fundies want to move into one state. Sounds like a win-win situation.

The Way We Eat Now: Ancient bodies collide with modern technology to produce a flabby, disease-ridden populace - "Chewing can transform anatomy rather quickly; in one study, in which Lieberman fed pigs a diet of softened food, in a matter of months their skulls developed shorter and narrower dimensions and their snouts developed thinner bones than those of pigs eating a hard-food diet."

Money Matters: An IMF Exhibit -- The Importance of Global Cooperation

Singles: Flirt up your life - "While we desensitized American savages gleefully absorb scenes of graphic violence, we hypocritically express shock and dismay at the sight of an unclothed human body. Apparently, however, it's kind of the other way around in Europe. Indeed, Singles was originally developed in Germany, a country that's notoriously strict about depictions of violence in its video games yet has no qualms about full-frontal nudity, if Singles is any indication... [You] are limited to a fairly small selection of Caucasian men and women, the latter of which are all quite pretty, and the former of which all look like dirtbags.. Only in Singles do slender, attractive women in evening gowns spend their Saturday nights using the Internet."

Gum Returns to Singapore After 12 Years - Yeh.
I suspect that half of my ICQ list is either perpetually in invisible mode or has defected to M$N. The trouble is tracking down the login emails of the second half.

New ambition: Do something to get myself or my exploits onto Ananova's Quirkies section.

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It's disgusting how unscrupulous companies have screwed up web searches by:

1) Setting up storefronts that merely rip reviews and information off from Amazon.com, then offer you a link to Amazon.com to buy the product just so they get some commission (Example)
2) Including choice keywords (eg MP3, free and download) on pages hawking music CDs to mislead people, thus drowning out any sites that *do* provide the desired MP3s (Example)
3) Generating pages which merely coalesce results from one or more search engines and include excerpts from the search results, so you make absolutely no progress (Example)

Is there no limit to the iniquity of man?

Scum.

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The British Museum has an excellent site on Mesopotamia where, among other things, you can join cuneiform tablets (which I did by looking at the colour and shape of the tablets rather than examining the writing), learn how to spell the word "sheep" in cuneiform and see a dramatic photo of an archaeologist rescuing a last find as water from a dammed river pours into a site.

Why do we find mime artists annoying? - "Psychologists say we love and hate mime artists because they wear a mask that hides their features and allows a person to behave unpredictably. We also fear they'll make fun of us."

Ancient gods seek place in modern Greece - "On a sweet Athenian spring evening with the sacred rock of the Acropolis bathed in the white light of a full moon, a chorus of voices join in prayer, chanting: “Hail Zeus!” The voices are not those of actors in an ancient tragedy or an Olympic ceremony, but a group of modern-day Athenians solemnly worshipping the Olympian Gods."
So technically it is insensitive and religious discrimination to call the body of Greek myths and legends "Greek Mythology"

We’re Losing Shakespeare! - "The more the language alters, the harder it becomes to understand the past. The English of Chaucer has long since become a semi-foreign language. The same will soon be true of Shakespeare, whom we already need footnotes to help us through. And then Jonathan Swift, and Samuel Johnson, and so on."
Sad, but true. But surely, concluding that "George Orwell saw not only the poverty but the danger of a language that had become purely contemporary. A language without roots, without the authority of generations implicit in its usages, is the perfect instrument for tyranny" smacks of paranoia and an unsound mind. It's just like those who bemoan "cultural imperialism"

The bizarre world of bonkers book collecting - "There's 1934's Correctly English in Hundred Days. ("This book is prepared for the Chinese young man who wishes to served for the foreign firm. It divided nearly 190 pages. It contains full of ordinary speak and write language.")"

(Some links from In principio erat Verbum)

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Troy review - And you thought *I* was pedantic :)

Choice lines:

"Would Pitt's female fans still have come to watch a near-naked Brad Pitt getting it on with some guy? Sure, why not? It's not like he's ever going to get it on with most of them anyway."

"Achilles, who has a strange combination of nearly Matrix-like powers, utter ruthlessness and male lovers in the original poem, has been turned into "Fabio on the beach" in the guise of Pitt"

"In the Iliad, it says when Helen is in Troy, two old guards catch sight of her and say "it is no shame that men should fight and die for such a beauty as this". I can't imagine that happening with Kruger, who seems to have wandered in from the next-door audition for Eastern European Bond girls."

"I am so sick of stories of women who are enslaved and then fall in love with their captors/rapists/enslavers! Hello, where are all those nutty left-wing liberals and feminists when you need them?"

"The very idea that Hollywood could so alter one of the greatest tales ever told to say that anyone but Clytemnestra killed Agamemnon is, to use an apt Greek word, hubris. It's disgusting. The point that Agamemnon goes home to be killed by his wife Clytemnestra is the basis of the Oresteia - the cornerstone of Western Drama. Benioff might as well make a giant 40 foot robot come in and kill him"

"I was looking forward to Paris dying. But turns out that the writers changed it...grrr. They kill Brad and Eric, but they can't kill Orlando. Were the writers afraid that a few million teen Orli fans were gonna hurt them or something?"

"Granted, it was nice to see lots of splendid muscles from Pitt and Bana, but did Petersen really have to desecrate the Iliad in order to do that? Couldn't he have made a film about bodybuilders or competitive swimmers instead?"

"The Greek kings all look like old bikers. In fact, the Greeks look pretty much like every OTHER people trying really hard to look like Greeks. They're kind of a cross between Minoans, Medieval Europeans, and Vikings. It's a sad day indeed when the Greeks aren't Greek. One of the gang I watched the film with commented that the Greeks looked more like Dwarves from LOTR."

"The swords in the film are made of steel - and definitely not bronze. WHY IN ZEUS’ NAME IS THERE IRON IN THE BRONZE AGE? There's a reason this age is called the BRONZE AGE - they didn't have iron or steel tools yet."

"What on earth were llamas doing running around the streets of Troy? I know they filmed in Mexico or something, but what are South American animals doing in a market place in Asia Minor in in 1200 B.C.?"

"In an interview, Benioff recently said,"This is the mother of all epics, the cornerstone of Western literature. If I screw it up, classicists around the world will issue a fatwa and assassinate me with bronze daggers." He'd better be borrowing Brad's protective armour then. If I were in the mafia, I would seriously start a vendetta against those who allowed this film to see the light."

You learn things prose retellings gloss over (like Achilles' bisexuality).

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Do girls get caned in sch in Singapore? - "Hi. I'm from Malaysia, and when I was in primary school, I've seen many canings on boys and girls (I often get caned too). That time, I don't really have any feelings on it, but now, when I'm big, I do feel happy when I think of girls getting caned in school. Sometimes, when I return to my primary school, and looked into the class and saw teachers caning girls, I do feel very 'excited'"
Disturbing.

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Disney movie! What the HELL are you doing taking
this quiz, Goldilocks?! You're not a very
sexual person...in fact, you're probably a
virgin. You'd be better off trying your hand at
voice-overs for a Saturday morning cartoon.


What kind of porno would you star in?
brought to you by Quizilla

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Go Gold Ranger!

Gold...Ranger...
Quick as lightning, strong as steel..
Watch out danger, he's for real...
You know when lightning strikes, it's Gold Ranger!

All evil you can't stop him!
Gold Ranger, he's not droppin!
Watch out when lightning strikes, it's Gold Ranger!

Gold....Ranger..
Gold....Ranger..
Go Gold Ranger!

Gold...Ranger Go...
His Power has no fear..
A Golden force is here..
You know when thunder rolls it's Gold Ranger!

When darkness comes to town,
Gold Ranger can't back down..
Watch out, cuz lightning strikes, it's Gold Ranger!

Gold! Ran..ger! Go!
Ranger...danger...Ranger...
Here comes Gold Ranger! Woah!

Gold..Ranger..
Gold..Ranger..go Gold Ranger!
Gold..Ranger..
Gold..Ranger..
Go Gold Ranger!

How come they haven't had cool songs like these since Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie? The newest album I can find is mostly made up of old tracks - the only "new" track is an insipid remix of the Wild Force theme (the original sounds better), and the newest original song on it is "Best of the Best of the Best" (the Astro Delta Megazord finisher theme - that came out in 1998!!!) :( That said, something is wrong with Amazon.com - some of the track previews I clicked on sounded like a black rap song.

Thursday, May 27, 2004

Michael Moore and Me - "A few years ago Michael Moore, who's now promoting an anti-President Bush movie entitled Fahrenheit 9/11, announced he'd gotten the goods on me, indeed hung me out to dry on my own words... The only problem is none of this is true. It never happened. Moore is a liar. He made it up. It's a fabrication"
More tales of his duplicity and dishonesty. I don't like Dubya either, but this is disturbing.

Regarding the Torture of Others - "Looking at these photographs, you ask yourself, How can someone grin at the sufferings and humiliation of another human being? [...] People do these things to other people... Americans, too, have done and do them when they are told, or made to feel, that those over whom they have absolute power deserve to be humiliated, tormented. They do them when they are led to believe that the people they are torturing belong to an inferior race or religion. For the meaning of these pictures is not just that these acts were performed, but that their perpetrators apparently had no sense that there was anything wrong in what the pictures show... Shock and the awful are what these photographs announce to the world that the Americans have delivered: a pattern of criminal behavior in open contempt of international humanitarian conventions."

"Broken Engagement " by Gen. Wesley Clark - "Recognizing the power of our values also means understanding their meaning. Freedom and dignity spring from within the human heart. They are not imposed. And inside the human heart is where the impetus for political change must be generated. The neoconservative rhetoric glosses over this truth and much else."
Puncturing neo-conservative delusions. So much for the road to Jerusalem lying through Baghdad.

Abu Ghraib: US security fiasco - "If your goal is to hang an innocent man, then torture is an expedient; he'll confess, eventually. But if your goal is to learn something you didn't already know, then you must use a different approach... Invading Iraq was big enough, and presumed easy enough, to satisfy the basic political requirements. That the Iraq campaign has actually undermined the war on terror is of no consequence in the Bush calculus. It looked like a mighty blow against the forces of evil, which is all that he and his entourage thought necessary."

Singapore: a model for China? - But as someone pointed out, in Singapore people trust the government, whereas they don't in China.

Arkansas woman has 15th child - Father says mother might want to have even more
...

Primary 6 students say goodbye to BCG vaccination - Argh. How did I miss this, 3 years ago? No more will generations be marked with 2 scars, but only with 1! Pity about the "smooth contour of many a slender left arm", then.

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"You are so pure in mind and heart,
In aspect, too, so mild,
I wonder that you ever could
Implant your wife with child."

"Experience is the name everyone gives to their mistakes."

"There is nothing more debasing than the work of those who do well what is not worth doing at all."

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Little known fact: Donating $5 to YACCS while you're not logged in can get you an account even though it stopped accepting new users in 2002.

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Tuesday, May 25, 2004

Combating negative thoughts/self-talk. Being a more balanced and healthy approach to such matters than indulging in needless self-delusion

(As you can see, I am currently fond of verbose titles, a la those of 19th century books)

1. All or none thinking

This refers to when we think that everything must be perfect or else it is a complete failure.

We need to realise that nothing can always be perfect. Also, when the situation is negative, it is never a complete failure.

2. Overgeneralisation

This refers to when we draw conclusions from our experiences of one situation and apply them to all our experiences.

We need to realise that one negative experience does not make the entire experience or situation a complete failure.

3. Focusing on the negative/ignoring the positive

This refers to when we think only of the negative in the situation and ignore the past or present evidence if the positive.

We need to ask ourselves if there are positive aspects to the situation.

4. Unnecessary self-blame

This refers to when we take inappropriate responsibility for situations that are beyond our control.

We need to acknowledge our responsibility for a situation but firmly reject unnecessary self-blame. When we make a mistake, we need to check whether our self-blame is consistent with the severity of our mistake.

5. Fortune telling

This refers to when we think that all sorts of disasters will occur without evidence.

We forget that we do not have supernatural powers and cannot predict disasters. When we make decisions, they are based on the facts that are available at that time. There is no way to know whether bad events are going to happen.

6. Mind reading

This refers to when we jump to conclusions without evidence.

We need to think of alternative explanations before we jump to conclusions without evidence.

7. Emotional reasoning

This refers to when we base our conclusions on our feelings instead of on the facts.

We need to remember that feelings are subjective and that facts are objective. We can never trust our feelings to tell us the facts.

8. Unrealistic attitudes/expectations

This refers to when we make impossible standards for ourselves or others to keep.

We need to ask ourselves the advantages or disadvantages of holding such beliefs. If the disadvantages outweight the advantages, and rigid adherence to these beliefs bring us pain and suffering, then it is time we discard our beliefs.

9. Labelling

This refers to when we use very harsh and extreme adjectives to label others or ourselves.

We should be aware that labelling others and ourselves based on behaviour is irrational, as we cannot understand our worth as persons by our actions.

--- Mostly transcribed from an unnamed source (because I found it too awkward to properly adapt)

Of course, putting this into practice is naturally easier said than done, but awareness is a good first step to solving the problem

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After Abu Ghraib, we now know why bringing cameras and/or video cameras into SAF camps is considered a "security breach".

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10 most flatulent beans

1. Soybeans
2. Pink beans
3. Black beans
4. Pinto beans
5. California small white beans
6. Great northern beans
7. Lima beans (baby)
8. Garbanzos
9. Lima beans (large)
10. Blackeyes

Source: Random True Facts

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Cicadaville.com - Premier Cicada information source - "Cicadas are vicious killers. Cicadas prey on innocent children and pets. Cicadas are seething with deadly venom and flesh-eating bacteria. This year Cicadas will kill more people than snakes, spiders, scorpions, and sharks combined!"

The horrors exposed at Nuremberg: "on December 13, 1945, U. S. prosecutor Thomas Todd introduced USA Exhibit #253: tanned human tattooed skin from concentration camp victims, preserved for Isle Koch, the wife of the Commandant of Buchenwald, who liked to have the flesh fashioned into lampshades and other household objects for her home. Then Todd introduced USA Exhibit #254: the fist-shaped shrunken head of an executed Pole, used by Koch as a paperweight."

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"I occasionally play works by contemporary composers for two reasons. First, to discourage the composer from writing any more and secondly to remind myself how much I appreciate Beethoven.

--- Jascha Heifetz"

Sunday, May 23, 2004

Strunkenwhite Virus - Named Strunkenwhite after the authors of a classic guide to good writing, it returns e-mail messages that have grammatical or spelling errors. It is deadly accurate in its detection abilities, unlike the dubious spell checkers that come with word processing programs... "I got back this error message: 'Your dependent clause preceding your independent clause must be set off by commas, but one must not precede the conjunction.' I threw my laptop across the room."

The Jesus Landing Pad - Bush White House checked with rapture Christians before latest Israel move: "The problem is not that George W. Bush is discussing policy with people who press right-wing solutions to achieve peace in the Middle East, or with devout Christians. It is that he is discussing policy with Christians who might not care about peace at all - at least until the rapture."
Somehow I'm not surprised, though the actions of some staffers may not be representative of the beliefs of the rest.

H.S. Student Hospitalized After Drinking Lab Chemical On A Dare - "A student who drank a chemical from his high school lab on a dare was recovering in a hospital, but not before a scare. The student drank the unidentified chemical on a two-dollar bet at the school"
Well done!

Can ‘Star Wars: Episode III’ be saved? - "Fire Lucas, fire Christensen and resurrect Ed Wood from the grave"
I didn't think Episodes I and II were that bad - it's probably the "all new movies suck and only old ones are good - the last good movie was Casablanca" syndrome again. Though I *do* have low standards for movies.

BUSHGAME.COM - THE ANTI-BUSH ONLINE ADVENTURE
It was funny till Voltron appeared and weird things started happening for no particular reason

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What To Do When Your Woman Gets Lazy

"Your woman has become a wrinkled vegetable in the relationship, that much is clear at this point. Needless to say, she is not going to do anything about it. So, if you're serious about keeping her around, then you'll likely have to take the initiative. Here are a few tips.

The Star System
Go to your local supermarket and get yourself a little notebook and a few packs of those little foil star stickers. Each day, whenever your woman does something worth noticing, give her a star or two.

For example, if she actually makes herself look half decent, give her a star. If she makes you a great dinner and asks about your day, give her two. If she wakes you up with oral sex, well maybe you shouldn't be complaining to begin with. Then you can set up an award system for a set number of stars that she receives.

Think of it as a Pavlovian experiment. Apply positive reinforcement and teach her what she has to do if she wants to receive a treat. Once she starts racking up some points, then you can use the following to treat her to something exquisite.

5 stars: A personal massage
10 stars: Dinner at a nice restaurant
15 stars : A sexy outfit
20 stars : A treatment at a day spa
25 stars : A piece of jewelry
50 stars: A weekend getaway
100 stars: ...Time to propose

Nip the problem in the bud…"

A moot problem for those without women.

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"i just know who he is from hanging around USP Chatterbox

but i have an inkling i knew him way back as PaRaDoX
he used to haunt the girls' school channels if i'm not wrong"

LOL

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"They have taken evil and called it good, under the banner of self-righteousness, and by this they justify the most horrible ideas and wishes and then have the gall to pretend they believe in love."

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Search referrals:

"scgs" and "tampons" - How are these 2 words related, anyway?

15yr sluts - I keep getting this. Why 15? Why not 14, 13 or 16? Maybe they are old enough so you escape the charge of statutory rape but still young enough to be enticing. Uh huh.

sggirls alternative - You could try Photoforum.

nus dragonboat ladies

Raffles Girls' Secondary school spinster

gabriel touch my tralala - Have I become linked inextricably with that song?

lindy england gang bang - Who's Lindy?

raffles lasalle sucks

bestiality chicken hen duck - Isn't poultry too small for those purposes?

woman oops losing ther tops swimming river oops

"pork fat bombs"

vending machine loaning service in singapore

bougainvilla (chemical composition)

sentosa foam party grope

tekong masterbate

children's quizzes for bandaging

42sar telephone number

removing gallstones alternative bullshit

spear parts for nokia 8910i - Ouch.

free stories as kid like dog lick genitals

nurse haemodialysis jokes - Someone would have to be very deprived to make such jokes.

self-help books "funny titles" - I like "Chicken soup for the golfer's soul"

ramadan footies - What's a footy?

mgs sizzlers - Apparently that's the name of the MGS Cheerleaders

saf blog smokers - Why would anyone look for this, I wonder.

pap enslaving the people of singapore

zoo matrix-the biggest bestiality site ! - Can't they just visit the site itself?

pierced "scgs" - Pierced where, I wonder? A fourchette perchance? Mayhap a Princess Diana? How about an Isabella? I wonder if the Princess Albertina is the female equivalent of the Prince Albert.

chij kinky

40p bra girl photo - So cheap?

bit torrent sentai downloads - If only!

wang yi blogspot - Try elsewhere. I can tell you this does exist.

"swallow listerine"

alternative scaffold "breast enhancement" -pill -herb -herbs -tablet -herbal -tablets -pills - You could always try the massage they teach in Thailand.

Organisation structure of BreadTalk - Another referral I keep getting these days. Corporate espionage?

"worst school uniform" "ankle OR knee socks" - Both suck

Villacellino

asian coke bottle insertion - Where, I wonder?

r@ygold must be stopped - Indeed.

enid blyton critics sexism racism - Bah. You find what you want to find.

thaipusam holy spirit - Nothing to do with each other.

women raped in paros, greece - Why should the location matter?

singapore spaghetti straps girls

what causes friggin typhoons

jerald fried, jewelry display systems,

female assassins asphyxiate - How do they do that, I wonder?

Gabriel fashion model singapore

how do sammyboy earn money? - Something I always wanted to know

SIA flight stewardess failure medical test

how long will be son need off school after his gynaecomastia operation?

"liters of cum" drinking - I've never understood bukkake

Raffles brain haemorrhage - Maybe they studied too hard.

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