Thursday, June 23, 2005

Is Singapore newspaper ready to see my horse?

I suddenly got idea.

If the sarong girl show her neh neh on her blog can become so famous so fast, maybe if I post a picture of my horse on my blog I will also become famous? Maybe can get deal on Jack Neo jteam?

"Naked Singapore blogger show his lan cheow!"

Wait, newspaper cannot use word like lan cheow. I change.

"Naked Singapore Blogger show his penis!"

Hahahahaha!!!! Better not lah. Wait guys see already they will feel small, and their woman see already they want to break up.

Also if I want to famous, also won't be using Jteam. That Jack Neo only got one movie good, Money No Enough. The rest of his movie all damn condemn.

Anyway, J stand for what? Jialat ah?

Singapore is not ready for my horse.

17 comments:

diver first class said...

but u could make blinky change her mind

kukukucinta said...

i think show yer nipple can already la....

Anonymous said...

I have a feeling you are actually envious of others' publicity and success.

Anonymous said...

j stands for jack

Anonymous said...

post leh
i want to see your pony horse HAHAHA
DOnt exaggerate

Anonymous said...

u sure u so tua ke?? post lah!

Anonymous said...

The lesson to be learned are:-
1.All charities and public listed coys. must show more accountability, disclosure and transparency.I fully support the messages delivered by Mdm. Ho Ching at the Econ. Society.
2.For public directorships who are also MPs they must show a clear distinction of their public duties to that of their personal interest.
3.This is especially so for such independent directors, as their FIRST duty should be as MPs TO THEIR CONSTITUTECY, and NOT their directorships.
4. I noted that many independent directors do not attend all the meetings they are supposed to attend, and yet they get the FULL director's fees.This is wrong. They should only get paid for what services they provide and not otherwise.
5.They should also not be entitled to any stock options which were given at discounted prices, which would not be in the shareholders'interest.

On the area of charity those who runs such charity must have very strong conviction and commitment to the CAUSE.That is, they must have the high MORAL standards to accept the fact that this is a Charity organisation, which cannot be equated to a business organisation, who are accountable to the shareholders and accountable for the BOTTOMLINE of the profit and loss; and can be SACKED if they did not perform.
In a charity there is NO cost except the various administrative costs, and the income come from the sweat,tears and hard work of many peoples including those who contribute their time and energy for FREE.If everyone involved is to be paid , then there will not be much left for the needy.
Having said that the CEO NEEDS TO BE PAID, ESPECIALLY one who spends full time on the job as he /she has his family to support.
As such he /she should be paid sufficiently, but not extravaganely, bearing in mind that this is a charitable organisation.
The smae principle expounded above should be applied accross the board to all other charitable organisations like the Red Cross, The Com. Chest etc.

Concerned citizen

Anonymous said...

The lesson to be learned are:-
1.All charities and public listed coys. must show more accountability, disclosure and transparency.I fully support the messages delivered by Mdm. Ho Ching at the Econ. Society.
2.For public directorships who are also MPs they must show a clear distinction of their public duties to that of their personal interest.
3.This is especially so for such independent directors, as their FIRST duty should be as MPs TO THEIR CONSTITUTECY, and NOT their directorships.
4. I noted that many independent directors do not attend all the meetings they are supposed to attend, and yet they get the FULL director's fees.This is wrong. They should only get paid for what services they provide and not otherwise.
5.They should also not be entitled to any stock options which were given at discounted prices, which would not be in the shareholders'interest.

On the area of charity those who runs such charity must have very strong conviction and commitment to the CAUSE.That is, they must have the high MORAL standards to accept the fact that this is a Charity organisation, which cannot be equated to a business organisation, who are accountable to the shareholders and accountable for the BOTTOMLINE of the profit and loss; and can be SACKED if they did not perform.
In a charity there is NO cost except the various administrative costs, and the income come from the sweat,tears and hard work of many peoples including those who contribute their time and energy for FREE.If everyone involved is to be paid , then there will not be much left for the needy.
Having said that the CEO NEEDS TO BE PAID, ESPECIALLY one who spends full time on the job as he /she has his family to support.
As such he /she should be paid sufficiently, but not extravaganely, bearing in mind that this is a charitable organisation.
The smae principle expounded above should be applied accross the board to all other charitable organisations like the Red Cross, The Com. Chest etc.

Concerned citizen

Anonymous said...

what has a CEO and charity got to do with the blogger's horse? haha. i think you posted in the wrong thread. Nice blogs rockson, i enjoy reading them!

Anonymous said...

eh hallo, rock horse not for charity, ok. orredy got one big cock-up want some more, ah. nao hia. rock on rock, you d'bes man!

Anonymous said...

Cocky,
Rock Son better not advertised your Lanchiow at Lanchiow paper, later all pages got lanchiow picture, all also put.

Then only ChiaBo buy the Lanchiow paper.

Madchemist said...

How big is your horse man... Come lar! i challenge you. Send your pic to silverarrowdan@hotmail.com.

Ivan Chan said...

It's what the horse is going to do to charity CEO's with high salaries.

Jack who? Next time he will advertise for Or-Seem.

Anonymous said...

dun worrylah u can just photoshop the horse pic to make it bigger.

Anonymous said...

big is useless if it soft.
My idea shape,

1 big on the head(lion head for innitial shock)
2 hard(what u see is what u get)
3 hot(heat to burn up the wall)
4 surface texture rough(more fiction, more sensation)
5 water(maintain idea temp. level for optimum toque)

Anonymous said...

rock!!!if ur horse realli that big,help me expand mi cheebye hole bigger lah

Tim said...

Good Job! :)