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Singaporean lack civic consciousness

Postby raysusan » Sun Jan 22, 2012 10:33 am



who is this guy?

In Singapore, you can get fined $5,000 for smoking. Places that rely on these laws show that the people lack civic consciousness. They cannot get anything done unless you impose punishments. This shows that the people have no quality and are asking to be whipped.

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Re: Singaporean lack civic consciousness

Postby Joule » Sun Jan 22, 2012 4:22 pm

that guy something wrong one la.....

TCSS.

come here sure dio hoot one

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Re: Singaporean lack civic consciousness

Postby pinky » Thu Feb 02, 2012 11:37 am

-a professor from a china U
-claimed to be a descendant of Confucius
-called HKgers dog which caused uproar and protests
-even the PRC people condemned him for 'unresponsible' comments
-mentioned Singapore imposing fine for smoking and that reliance on laws
to rein in people is a sign of lack of quality of its people. He mentioned the word 'jian' - meaning loser, unscrupulous (hard to find an equivalent
word in english)
:spank: :heresmyfish: :pokeeye:

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Re: Singaporean lack civic consciousness

Postby verykiasu2010 » Thu Feb 02, 2012 11:39 am

pinky wrote:-a professor from a china U
-claimed to be a descendant of Confucius
-called HKgers dog which caused uproar and protests
-even the PRC people condemned him for 'unresponsible' comments
-mentioned Singapore imposing fine for smoking and that reliance on laws
to rein in people is a sign of lack of quality of its people. He mentioned the word 'jian' - meaning loser, unscrupulous (hard to find an equivalent
word in english)
:spank: :heresmyfish: :pokeeye:


you probably could feel Confusious turning in his grave, almost causing an earth quake
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Re: Singaporean lack civic consciousness

Postby pinky » Thu Feb 02, 2012 11:45 am

verykiasu2010 wrote:
pinky wrote:-a professor from a china U
-claimed to be a descendant of Confucius
-called HKgers dog which caused uproar and protests
-even the PRC people condemned him for 'unresponsible' comments
-mentioned Singapore imposing fine for smoking and that reliance on laws
to rein in people is a sign of lack of quality of its people. He mentioned the word 'jian' - meaning loser, unscrupulous (hard to find an equivalent
word in english)
:spank: :heresmyfish: :pokeeye:


you probably could feel Confusious turning in his grave, almost causing an earth quake


oops :oops: sorry for the confusion, it should read as 'irresponsible' comments. There were a few claims from people with surname 'Kong' that they are direct descendants of Confucius. :evil:

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Re: Singaporean lack civic consciousness

Postby winchester » Thu Feb 02, 2012 12:10 pm

pinky wrote:-a professor from a china U
-claimed to be a descendant of Confucius


once claim that means fail already.

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Re: Singaporean lack civic consciousness

Postby verykiasu2010 » Thu Feb 02, 2012 12:20 pm

hmm .... 空和尚 that empty monk makes so much noise......written in ang mo fashion = 和尚孔......和尚多孔monk with many holes ......tsk tsk
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Re: Singaporean lack civic consciousness

Postby limlim » Thu Feb 02, 2012 1:19 pm

pinky wrote: :spank: :heresmyfish: :pokeeye:


jian~1 = scheming/wily

or jian~4 = cheap/low class?

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Re: Singaporean lack civic consciousness

Postby pinky » Thu Feb 02, 2012 11:27 pm

limlim wrote:
pinky wrote: :spank: :heresmyfish: :pokeeye:


jian~1 = scheming/wily

or jian~4 = cheap/low class?

it's jian4

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Re: Singaporean lack civic consciousness

Postby vicki » Fri Feb 03, 2012 12:15 am

pinky wrote:-a professor from a china U
-claimed to be a descendant of Confucius
-called HKgers dog which caused uproar and protests
-even the PRC people condemned him for 'unresponsible' comments
-mentioned Singapore imposing fine for smoking and that reliance on laws
to rein in people is a sign of lack of quality of its people. He mentioned the word 'jian' - meaning loser, unscrupulous (hard to find an equivalent
word in english)
:spank: :heresmyfish: :pokeeye:


Oh I read abt the 'dog' comment! I tot it was so rude! Mentioned it my hb n he said 'Arent they all worse than dogs?' Followed their MZD sayings soooooo closely? :evil:

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