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» Precasting from iphoting's Sink
Before I write about anything else, check out this dissection of life; some wild elements were mentioned in the post. Also, take a look at Singapores very own propaganda machine. Mr Wang has a take on that too. This morning I woke up, I wondered [Read More]

» I told him not to pour sarcasm already, but would he listen? from My Very Own Glob {Curiosa Felicitas}
Serious matters and sarcasm dont mix. But on a totally unrelated note: The following came from an anonymous Mother in Austin, Texas: Things Ive learned from my Boys (honest and not kidding): 1.) A king size waterbed holds enough water to ... [Read More]

» The Next Big Thing from New Domain [V6]
Not the World Cup. Not the Bird Flu. Not the N-Korean Missle Crisis and certainly not your next door neighbour moving out. Mr Brown got a feedback from one of the governments spokesperson in response to one of his columns published... [Read More]

» Meeting Your Tiger from
Theres a chinese saying- Go up the mountain one too many times and youre bound to meet the tiger. Well, looks like venerable veteran blogger Mr. Brown has finally met his tiger. All those ter kwa podcasts- laughing at the expense of the ... [Read More]

» YOU CANT HANDLE THE TRUTH from brennan.sg
When the truth hurts for Mr Brown. ... [Read More]

» Shooting Yourself 101 from Capitalist Infidel
The Capitalist Infidel has just read about how MrBrown, a Singaporean blogger who was invited to write for a local newspaper got a harsh reply from K BHAVANI, the Press Secretary to the Minister for Information, Communications and the Arts, or the Prop... [Read More]

» Let Battle Commence from Singabloodypore
Let Battle CommencePublished by soci. [Read More]

» Thank you, Thoughtful Thought Police from Confessions of A Critic
It is not the role of journalists or newspapers in Singapore to champion issues, or campaign for or against the Government. If a columnist presents himself as a non-political observer, while exploiting his access to the mass media to undermine the Gove... [Read More]

» Propaganda Department's New Branch from Letters from China
Singapore Singaporean government gives mr brown a lecture on writing commentary:mr brown's views on all these issues distort the truth. They are polemics dressed up as analysis, blaming the Government for all that he is unhappy with. He offers no [Read More]

» A comment to Mr Brown from RRKP
I was really quite pissed when I saw a Ministry of Information, Communication and Arts (MICA) representative's reply to Mr Brown's article complaining about the rising of living cost amongst other things. This was the reply from the MICA woman, Mr Brow... [Read More]

» Did Mr Brown distort the truth? from IZ Reloaded
So what is the truth then? That the increase cost of living has nothing to do with the government? And that the government has done all it can to help Singaporeans to cope with this? Don't give me the shit about the Progress Package's main purpose is t... [Read More]

» Hmm. from introspectif:
I didnt know it could turn out so hot. I was lucky to get to read the letter to mr brown in Today, and now when I check his blog, there are some 400+ comments in reply to that letter. And when you read the comments, they seem to speak a great de... [Read More]

» Silent Nation from Jo.O
Video's link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQxU3K-w0bU Based loosely on a true story [Read More]

» Give feedback from Deadpoet's Cave
also must give solution. Mr Brown is taken to task for pointing out price increases in Today. It is not the role of journalists or newspapers in Singapore to champion issues, or campaign for or against the Government. If a columnist presents hi... [Read More]

» Singapore gov condemns blogger for expressing opinions from Boing Boing
Geekgeek says, "mr brown" [Ed.: aka Lee Kin Mun], Singapore's most famous blogger, has been writing a weekly column for a local Singaporean newspaper called "Today". Recently, one of his columns was more critical than the powers-that-rule liked. They i... [Read More]

» Singapore gov condemns blogger for expressing opinions from Boing Boing
Geekgeek says, "mr brown" [Ed.: aka Lee Kin Mun], Singapore's most famous blogger, has been writing a weekly column for a local Singaporean newspaper called "Today". Recently, one of his columns was more critical than the powers-that-rule liked. They i... [Read More]

» From AcidFlask to MrBrown: How the govt could do better from theory.isthereason
In lieu of recent events, I threw together a bunch of unhappy faces from flickr onto the Singapore map. Unlike the four million smiles the Singapore govt expects, I think this non-wayang version is more in keeping with the times Turning from ... [Read More]

» Brownout - Why mr brown got canned from Tribolum.com
Standard disclaimer applies here, as it does to all of this site, that I write on a personal level and do not represent any views held by my employeryadda yadda. You get the idea. Though I am aware riding on this train may get me fired. When I r... [Read More]

» Molesters Interested in Controlling Anybody from The Legal Janitor
Ever since being bombarded with the phrase governance with a light touch, I keep imagining this scary old man wearing all white sneakily flitting his hands across the thighs and bosoms of nubile young ladies. And who can blame me? There s... [Read More]

» Brown fallout from The Lores of Aizai
As we all probably already know, the brown flers recent Todays column Singaporeans are fed, up with progress has resulted in his suspension from Today, no doubt motivated by a certain press secretarys public lambastin... [Read More]

» It's just the beginning.... from My plain sunset
They say you get what u paid for. In this case....you get what u choose. So i guess...60+% of the population has no right to complain. They choose this path afterall.... Taxi fares have gone up. Well..if it was to... [Read More]

» 新加坡布朗事件 from little bridge
最近新加坡有一次抗议。 大约30个身穿褐色(brown)服装的年轻人,前几天(7月9号)下午聚集在一个地铁站,以静默抗议(Silent Protest)的方式,就新加坡著名博客写手mr brown因其报纸上的评... [Read More]

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