ksl, FP is immortalised as long as the human kind survive. Don't let the dodgers carry you off in their direction. Well, you can negotiate with your own kids.ksl wrote:FP R.I.P
I see Robin Hoods time is reintroduced to the UK, that clock is still going backwards over there, the Prime Minister must have seen the latest movie with Russel Crow as Robin What's needed is a revolution like in Tunisia, and the rest of the Middle East!
Come on who's going to be the first to kickstart it, not google's marketing executive, he's busy. I think it could be anyone but an Englishman, as they are cutting welfare benefits, not that Englishmen couldn't do it, its just that football is more important. The Merry men still manage to rob the government funny thing is, that Robin was also an aristocrat too until the King robbed him.
Glad you bring in Google - to my horror I came across SG Expats under the Chasing the Dragon phrase; I say phrase, and not even thread in the Google website. So what's the implication regarding free speech in SG, unsolicited moderating, copy rights etc.? Imagine people all over the world reading us! Google for Chasing the dragons - you'll find SG Forum Minor Offences displayed for all to see.
Is there any agreement members have to sign regarding issues like racial/gender prejudice, bullying, perverting etc? From what's going on generally, I'd say none whatsoever, unlike some other forums I've checked out. Who says, there's no freedom of speech in SG?
Regarding Robin hood - the latest is the govt, led by the Osmond fellow, is taxing the banks 2.5 billion a year; as the general public has nothing more to give.
Thanks for reviving the kopitiam. They were trying to sink it! Anyway, before I go off, poor Julian Assange 's facing being condemned in Sweden for a couple of rape cases and then extradition to the US where it's deemed, he'll be executed！
Anything we can do - a petition?
PS RCrowe - only knew him in A Beautiful Mind; I'm sceptical about anyone being a Robin Hood nowadays; but there're a few I can't count out. (had a technical hitch)