We know you’re supposed to belt up when you’re in a car, but when you’re part of an organisation that can’t afford a proper passenger van or bus to take you to and from work, you’ll just have to deal with hanging on for dear life:
Yes, plastic chairs on the back of a lorry! And god knows what happened to the guy in the middle seat with nothing to hang on to!
Does anyone know how insurance covers this?
Technorati Tags: motoring, Singapore
The concerts around the planet are in full swing right now, and the heavy loads on the Windows Live Spaces servers are taking its toll. It’s down at the moment, but you’ll still be able to view performances from all the concert cities on http://www.liveearth.org/
Doesn’t matter if you don’t know the difference between Snow Patrol or the Arctic Monkeys. Tune in and enjoy.
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“Eh, why you all wear green?”
“I’m not wearing green!”
“It’s ok. It wasn’t stated in the contract”.
Xiaxue has taken over the blogging station and has started her shift at Earth-Fest. Her pledge is “I will use my air-con for 2 hours less a day”.
And you know even though she forgot to wear green today, her heart’s green and in the right place. If you want to see her blog ‘live’, come down now to One Fullerton, and you’ll see her scurrying in and out of Starbucks, taking pictures and then running back to the computer to upload her pictures of the event, taken on her fancy pink camera.
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I’m blogging ‘live’ from One Fullerton for Earth-Fest, a local event that ties in with Live Earth, and I’ve just put up my first blog post for the event. Then I’m going to sit back a bit and tune in to the rest of the planet’s concerts. I hear from Joe Augustin’s computer (volume very loud) that the concerts in Sydney have already started, and are quite happening.
Earth Fest ‘Live’ Blog
Technorati Tags: Live Earth, climate change, Singapore
Somewhere out there is a security guard with an ‘Immobolisor’. You’ve been warned. Then again, he or she can only immobolise’ one motorcycle at a time. He or she probably also hates people who ‘throw sanitary pads‘, and ‘press Japanese peaches‘.
And he probably eats ‘Black Peeper Crab‘.
Other signs that show we need a ‘Write Good English’ campaign to bolster the ‘Speak Good English’ one.
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