Manthink, you don't dissappoint me. It's no more than what I'd expect from you.
Again, you just proved my point.
It's not a case of might is right. It's a case of standing up for rules and common courtesy. If you are not part of the solution, then you are part of the problem. ....
Their street manners are much the same as their table manners - virtually non-existent.
SMS, one does not need to prove anything here unless one start to act on what has been claimed here.
That is my point. You cannot diminish the repercussions of such might-is-right attitude which some even claim to be a form of "western humour".
And you certainly cannot claim that right by using words of some politicians or local campign as an excuse to being physically combatic.
SMS, by samsoniting around in MRT/buses or any crowded public areas, you as an Ang Moh, will only serve to increase the fissue that I had highlighted serveral times in this Forum.
You had previously indicated your worry about locals becoming less friendly towards foreigners. I feel that too.
One may be a 200kg/7ft gorilla showing their anger and discontent with other beings because of their dislike about someone's table manners etc, but in the eyes of others, that samsonite-holding Angmoh come to represent the uglier.