Month: August 2005

TODAY: Open Season – Wives to cabs

Before I customarily paste today’s TODAY article, here’s a post I found about my writing for TODAY: think mr miyagi has a damn simple job. he’s this guy who writes bout what other ppl wrote in their blogs. add a few comments…. and TADA! finish one article. hey. i do the job for you cans! i’m in need of cash alrights. just need to go GOOGLE.COM and search for stuffs like… “bad-mouthing of ministers” or “singapore blogs” or “president election” and WAH-LA! all he does is “copy and paste” what they say.. literally copy and paste. haha. oh wells. he looks comical though. the cartoon version of him right smack in the middle of the page. ah. oh wells. if i fail my A lvl (CHOY!) think i’ll scout for his job and break his ricebowl. =D * beams * Tolong! Please don’t fail your ‘A’ levels. I need this ricebowl. (Won’t one lah, you RGS – Hwa Chong type! You just mightn’t do all that well for G.P. if you wrote like that, though.) …

Local heroes

A special kind of gymnastics meet: Bishan Sports Hall, 27 August 2005. (photo by mrbrown) All of youse who came and helped out at last Saturday’s class, thank you and well done. I’m sure the parents of the special needs children are just as thankful, and you’ve seen for yourself the faces of the kids at the class. Innit grand? There were 25 people who emailed, sms’d or simply turned up to help. I’ll be putting your names on a list of volunteers to call upon when help is needed. But first, here’s an update on what we’re planning to do: As you know, the 61 children who enjoyed last Saturday’s class did so because all of you helped to manage this session which was on the brink of complete chaos. It is not a conducive environment. Ideally, a class in that arena should have a maximum of twenty children, one head coach and two helpers. We’re expecting more calls from more parents of special needs children, so if we were to continue running just …

Press the Face III: Janice Wong’s book about Janice Wong

Janice Wong emailed me last week about getting Tomorrow.SG to feature her new book. So, I’ll blog about it to give it a chance to be tomorrowed, cos y’know, you don’t just publish a book and hope to get it tomorrowed on its own. It needs to be blogged about first, right? So, here, I blog it. Janice Wong’s book. And it’s called “SPG: Single Picky Girl: A Collection of Columns”. I haven’t read it ‘cos she hasn’t sent me a copy, so I can’t tell you if it’s good or not. Apparently I can get a copy if I win a ‘why I should win a copy of Janice Wong’s book’ contest. Apparently I can join the contest by writing a 41-word paragraph about why I should win a copy of Janice Wong’s book. Apparently, I can write a paragraph, like so: I should win a copy of Janice Wong’s book because I need to have a copy of the book so I can blog about it, so that someone else can submit it …