Promoting criminal activity should be criminal

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On Saturday, whispers were heard (damn loud lah, these whisperers), that some party organised by Fridae.com had been cancelled because the police had contacted the venue owners (MoS) and warned them that if the party had gone ahead, they’d ‘come to the club to shut the party down and take action against the club.’

Apparently, the reason given by the police was that the venue owners would be ‘promoting gay activities’.

I suppose if you drew a very very long bow you could possibly say that that was akin to abetting a crime. And you know we live in a place sometimes known as the land of the long long bow.

Beer promoters at coffee shops, watch out, your number is up next. Drink driving is a serious crime, you know?

You know how terrible you lot are, you aunties in your skimpy tiger beer outfits, promoting your vile and evil nectar so convincingly that I cannot help but partake of it when I know damn well it causes me harm.

This isn’t new, you know? So, I really don’t know what the big fuss is about.

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13 thoughts on “Promoting criminal activity should be criminal”

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  2. Thanks Cheryl. It looks fine on Macs – it’s olive green on the computers at this office. I’ll check with the Wintel comps to see if it’s really bad.

  3. Thanks Cheryl. It looks fine on Macs – it’s olive green on the computers at this office. I’ll check with the Wintel comps to see if it’s really bad.

  4. the govt always has its reasons for banning something.. but the reasons may not always be strong enuff. especially when now, the GE is near, they don’t wanna get into the bad books of any citizen.

  5. the govt always has its reasons for banning something.. but the reasons may not always be strong enuff. especially when now, the GE is near, they don’t wanna get into the bad books of any citizen.

  6. makers of mp3 players should be jailed, mr sim wong hoo certainly is abetting the vast copyright violators out there who download music to play on his mp3 players..

    heck, cd manufacturers and retailers should be jailed too, afterall, without cd’s one wouldn’t be tempted or be in a position to rip them.


    Q. How do I know whether the songs in my computer or MP3 player are legal?
    A. If you didn’t buy it from a legal site like Soundbuzz, it is probably illegal. Plus, when you buy a CD, the rights only apply to the CD; this means you cannot rip songs out and make them into MP3s for your player.

    Generally, it’s advisable to check the terms and conditions of use before you make a copy of the songs. — SOURCE: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OFFICE OF SINGAPORE”

  7. makers of mp3 players should be jailed, mr sim wong hoo certainly is abetting the vast copyright violators out there who download music to play on his mp3 players..

    heck, cd manufacturers and retailers should be jailed too, afterall, without cd’s one wouldn’t be tempted or be in a position to rip them.


    Q. How do I know whether the songs in my computer or MP3 player are legal?
    A. If you didn’t buy it from a legal site like Soundbuzz, it is probably illegal. Plus, when you buy a CD, the rights only apply to the CD; this means you cannot rip songs out and make them into MP3s for your player.

    Generally, it’s advisable to check the terms and conditions of use before you make a copy of the songs. — SOURCE: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OFFICE OF SINGAPORE”

  8. Luvktv writes that “the govt always has its reasons for banning something”. Absolutely! How about homophobia? How about systematic discrimination against gay men? How about ignorance? How about a near complete lack of understanding of human sexuality? How about plain and simple hatemongering for votes?

    Singapore is based on an understainding of the benefits and value of a multicultural and multinational society where differences are acknowledged and valued. Apparently what you do with your dick is more imporant to some in the government that what you do with your brain.

  9. Luvktv writes that “the govt always has its reasons for banning something”. Absolutely! How about homophobia? How about systematic discrimination against gay men? How about ignorance? How about a near complete lack of understanding of human sexuality? How about plain and simple hatemongering for votes?

    Singapore is based on an understainding of the benefits and value of a multicultural and multinational society where differences are acknowledged and valued. Apparently what you do with your dick is more imporant to some in the government that what you do with your brain.

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