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No love for Lady Gaga in Malaysia

I meant to blog about this a couple of weeks ago when I first came across a nice cover version of Lady Gaga’s Born This Way (at the bottom of this post) but I didn’t get the time to do it. Picture taken from┬áDomain Barnyard from Flickr under the Creative Commons Code. Then last week […]

Going Gaga over the Born This Way video

I don’t really care if she’s a Madonna copycat as everyone is calling Lady Gaga, or if Born This Way was a rip off (I actually subscribe to the school of thought that it was the perfect tribute), but the message in the song is amazing – especially at a time like this when so […]

THe Valentine Horror Show

It was Valentine’s Day yesterday and I hadn’t made any plans in Singapore so I decided to stay in and catch the repeat of the Grammy Awards. Still, I couldn’t not celebrate the symbolic international day of love (gags), so i decided that I would spend some time with one of my many loves (yes, […]

Flashmob shows ugly side of humanity

I know I said I’m taking a break from blogging for a while but after coming across the video below, I really needed to share it. I have two reasons: 1. Because of how flashmobs were originated, we always assume that it needs to have mass group participation to be a success. The video below […]

Stop talking - just do it.

This is going to be a short post but I wanted to share with you a two things with the same message. This is a message that I feel very strongly about. Of late, I’ve been hearing strains of the same thought across the local social media sphere, and I hope that it really catches […]

P!nk's new video F**kin' Perfect is F**king Perfect

I know that I’ve been posting a lot of things related to suicide of late but considering the many, many cases we’ve been hearing of late, it is obviously an issue we need to talk about more. Image taken from Sindre-Wimberger on Flickr under Creative Common License. P!nk, one of my favourite performers ever, obviously […]

A suicidal teenager saves Captain America, and vice versa

In the past few months, the United States have been dealing with a spate of suicides involving young people. Late last year, a series of youth suicides which happened one after another in the period of a couple of weeks due to gay bullying highlighted the issue. Many people – celebrities, the average person on […]

What is an Open Verdict in a Coroner's Report?

So, I’ve been sitting here glued to my Tweetdeck for the last hour or so keep getting updates on the results of the Coroner’s Inquest into the death of political secretary Teoh Beng Hock. Obviously, there is a lot hanging on the results. First, there is the Teoh’s family who has had to grief the […]

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