Thursday, September 27, 2007


The day is coming. The day when being a benchwarmer just won’t cut it. Stick in the cassette of Def Leppard and get out of your rut. The time is now! Are you ready?
Down-and-out former professional Ping-Pong phenom Randy Daytona (Tony Award winner Dan Fogler) is sucked into this maelstrom when FBI Agent Rodriguez (George Lopez) recruits him for a secret mission. Randy is determined to bounce back and recapture his former glory, and to smoke out his father’s (Robert Patrick) killer – one of the FBI’s Most Wanted, arch-fiend Feng (Academy Award winner Christopher Walken).

But, after two decades out of the game, Randy can’t turn his life around and avenge his father’s murder without a team of his own. He calls upon the spiritual guidance of blind Ping-Pong sage and restaurateur Wong (James Hong), and the training expertise of Master Wong’s wildly sexy niece Maggie (Maggie Q), both of whom also have a dark history with Feng. All roads lead to Feng’s mysterious jungle compound and the most unique Ping-Pong tournaments ever staged. There, Randy faces such formidable players as his long-ago Olympics opponent, the still-vicious Karl Wolfschtagg (Mr. Lennon). Can Randy keep his eye on the balls? Will he achieve the redemption he craves while wielding a paddle? Is his backhand strong enough to triumph over rampant wickedness?

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Wednesday, September 26, 2007


SINGAPORE, Sept 6 Singaporeans have started a rare protest against the government's pension reform plans with an online petition and a planned public protest action. An online petition against the pensions reform had drawn nearly 600 online signatures as of Thursday, while on Saturday, activists will test Singapore's ban on demonstrations by staging a symbolic "black T-shirt" protest at a popular downtown mall. Any public protest is rare in Singapore, where all outdoor demonstrations are banned and any public gathering of more than four people requires a permit. The protest takes aim at plans to make it mandatory for all Singaporeans under the age of 50 to buy annuities and which would impose restrictions on how pension savings are invested. "People are quite unhappy, partly about way the announcements about the pension reforms were made," political commentator Leong Sze Hian told Reuters. Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong announced the pension reform in his National Day speech last month, saying there was no choice as "people are living longer". To cope with a rapidly ageing population, the government is upping the retirement age from 62 years to 65 years by 2015, and up to 67 beyond that. In recent weeks, government ministers have talked about several planned changes to the Central Provident Fund , a mandatory retirement savings scheme for all Singaporeans that pays a lump sum upon retirement and can be used to pay for flats. "There is concern, but the public ought to wait for more specific details on the changes, to be out later this month," Member of Parliament Halimah Yaacob told Reuters. Singaporeans have turned increasingly to cyberspace as an outlet for their dissatisfaction. The latest petition -- on -- has drawn 580 signatures over two weeks. In the past two years, petitions against a pay-and-perks scandal at a national charity and against the introduction of casino gambling drew thousands of signatures. Saturday's protest -- announced on political blogs and online forums -- is set to test Singapore's limits on freedom of assembly, as organisers merely suggest participants turn up at 4 p.m. at the Centrepoint mall, dressed "partly" in black. Law student and online activist Choo Zheng Xi told Reuters he does not expect a strong turn-out, as other small-scale protest actions in the past months have drawn a massive police presence as well as plainsclothes policemen filming protesters.

Saturday, September 22, 2007


How much money is enough ?
To some people , it is enough to feed themselves .
To others , it is enough for them to travel the world .
However , the big question is --- WHERE TO GET MONEY !
Anyone can give me tips on ways to get money fast & easy ?

Thursday, September 13, 2007


-CPL Dave's parents divorce when he was 9, and had been raised by his grandma since.
-He has not been in contact with his mum.
-His younger brother, Teo Zong Yi, 11+, died several days after a road accident when he was 14. CPL Dave became withdrawn after that. The Normal Tech student eventually got expelled due to problems he had caused.
-His father had been doing time in jail since 2003.
-Girlfriend of more than three years left him for a (insert whatever u deem fit here) last April.
-His paternal grandma was diagnosed with liver cancer just 2 weeks ago.

Saturday, September 01, 2007

COMEX 2007

Comex 2007 is here again!
Tomorrow is the last day.
Be there early if you want to avoid the crowd.
Be there just before closing if you want a bargain.
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