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In Singapore, during my daily travel, I can avoid using the bus, but not the trains.
Off late, acts of public in-decency have been on the rise.
Ofcourse, am learning something from every one of these situations. every one of these situations remind me of "See No Evil Hear No Evil Speak No Evil"
I can easily see no evil by closing my eyes. But closing my ears is not so easy. Only yesterday, someone was SHOUTING on the phone. Since the N73 engineers have designed the headphones allow any noise :-), it is all the more difficult !
I have an idea that am sure is easily implementable in Singapore
if you have not seen http://rudesingaporeans.blogspot.com/ , do so !
7) the mrbrown show: Dr Balaji Sadasivan, Senior Minister of State for Information,
Communications and the Arts, 3 April 2006 : There are also some
well-known local blogs run by private individuals who have ventured
into podcasting. The content of some of these podcasts can be quite