S'PORE NEITZEN WARNS PARENTS OF GAY AGENDA IN NEW POWER RANGERS MOVIE

It troubles me to inform you that the upcoming Power Rangers movie features the evil gay agenda. The character of Trini, played by actress Becky G, has been reported to be a lesbian who is struggling with acceptance in society. Director Dean Israelite called it a 'pivotal moment' in the film. So we can safely conclude that the new Power Rangers movie revolves around the gay agenda. This makes Power Rangers the first superhero movie to feature a gay lead character.

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BEWARE OF THIS YISHUN PERVERT! STALKED & RUBBED HIS GROIN ON MY BUM

Ladies, pls b aware of this motherf****R.. frm yishun to sembawang this guy took advantage of me.. he get in at yishun mrt n straight away stand behind my back while talking to his frend ,that i could even feel his breath juz right at my left ears, till 1 moment i felt his groin touches my bum thats when i shouted loud at him n he move, while many other passengers were looking.

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FINALLY, GOOD NEWS FROM AVA! WE DID NOT IMPORT ROTTEN MEAT FROM BRAZIL!

I guess we can all breathe a sigh of relief that AVA has announced that Singapore is not affected by the Brazilian rotten meat saga. None of the 21 meat-processing establishments placed by the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply under a special surveillance regime are approved to export to Singapore, the authority said in a statement.

This is a huge relief. When NTUC announced earlier today that they are checking with the meat supplier, Singaporeans collectively held their breath. What if we really had been eating rotten meat? Thankfully, it has been confirmed Singapore was not affected. Finally AVA brought some good news to Singaporeans, after all their culling nonsense.

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DIALYSIS CENTRES VACANCY NUMBERS ARE DWINDLING. WILL THERE BE ENOUGH SPACE FOR NEW PATIENTS?

I read with alarm at the news that between the three charity dialysis organisations that are currently running dialysis centres for kidney patients, there are only 100 places left available. Question is, are there more patients who needs dialysis nowadays, or the dialysis centres did not cater for the increasing demands for such centres?

The Ministry of Health has said that the 100 places is enough for now to last till June or July. That is just three months away! Isn't anybody raising a red flag at this sooner? While more dialysis centres will be opened by the end of the year, was this poor planning that have led to this low number of places left in the next few months?

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WP COMES UP WITH ITS OWN FUNNY FLYER CALLING FOR VOLUNTEERS

This is why the WP is so much more a party for the people who are in touch with the ground, rather than the elites over at the whites, who are only ever concerned about making money above all else. The recent flyer doing the rounds for a resident's committee in Fengshan is prove of that.

After the flyer got public, what with grammatical errors and sweeteners for potential members, WP had a light-hearted response to them. Just take a look at the flyer, and you will agree that WP is the winner in this saga. They have come up with an online advertisement of their own, and called for volunteers and listed the benefits that the flyer had noted, and categorically stated that the WP does not offer the same advantages. "We do offer: occasional free meals (leftover from events), free exercise from carrying chairs and tables, eternal love and gratitude," the tongue-in-cheek WP ad added.

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HR OF CIVIL SERVICE ONLY WANTS NUS AND NTU GRADS?

I am writing to voice my displeasure over some civil service HR department to what I feel is a very discriminatory practice. This is about the hiring of fresh graduates. I notice that the HR of civil service are only really open to graduates that comes from the NUS and NTU.

I know that NUS and NTU are the crown jewel of the Singapore education system. But, for those students who did not make it to the top two local universities, we still try hard to earn that degree through sheer hard work. It does not mean that if our degree comes from a private university, or a foreign university, or even the other local universities , we are less capable. Maybe it took us a longer and different route to reach the degree path, but we study just as hard.

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S'PORE FATHER: MY SON IS STUPID FOR WANTING TO STUDY IN NUS DESPITE GOOD GRADES

Hi I am a year 6 from an IPJC. My grades are slightly above average in the JC. Yesterday, while having lunch with my father, I brought up the topic about my university choices. I told him even if I get straights As and distinction in my H3 math I will still go NUS. My father called me stupid and I explained to him that many of my RI friends I know who got close to straights As still went NUS.

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