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In PM Lee's Coalition "Naive" is the new "Daft".

Many readers will have seen PM Lee’s  recent “Lunch with the Financial Times” interview. That interview was no doubt aimed at a UK or global audience but actually it is vitally important for us Singaporeans, giving us a rare opportunity to see our PM perform without the protection of PAP control.  974 more words

Kenneth Jeyaretnam

Kiinde Twist stater kit

Any mums out there who have stored breast milk will recall what a fiddle it is – and if you are anything like me every ml was precious so there were occasions where I actually cried over spilt milk.   639 more words

Things For Grown Ups

The Only Thing That Matters

When you are building a company, it is easy to be overwhelmed by the number of things that have to be done just to keep your company running. 462 more words


Evaluating Value

Is it fair if we compare? Would a Warhol viewed in Rembrandt’s time be greeted with respect? One can wonder how Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address would have been received if, instead of that famous text he gave, he used instead the movie speech from Independence Day. 556 more words


no competition

Spunky Kitty is writing today, because the BunnyHopscotch is too tired to articulate anything. This post is about the confusing phenomenon of “competition,” so deliriously practised by the neurotypical world (and some Aspies too). 945 more words


International sniper competition tests top shooters' tactical skills

Source: Army.mil, by U.S. Army Special Operations Command, April 8, 2014

FORT BRAGG, N.C. (April 8, 2014) — Sniper teams from around the globe converged on the Special Forces Sniper Course to put their skills to the test in this year’s United States Army Special Operations Command International Sniper Competition. 869 more words


Technical Meeting for ANPS Choir Competition at GJIS

Yesterday at GJIS Theatre about 25 people and the ANPS Choir Competition Committee gathered for a technical meeting in preparation for the annual ANPS Choir Competition 2014 on Tuesday 22nd April. 105 more words