From Sharon Goh
it's rude to feature stuff like that! it's time people like you, "browntown", or whatever you're called learn to RESPECT the feelings of others. we love benedict and we are not happy with this feature AT ALL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The Two Stupidest ATMS:
This is certainly an exaggeration. It is not as easy as staring into the reflection and looking at the no. pad to get the pin no.
You have to look at it a few times to register the no and hopefull nobody notice what you are doing and that is if the drawer is prepared to do it a few times for you to see.
Anyway the Management has since the beginning of this year put up non-reflective screen to resolve the problem.
...nice article about kites. It certainly brought back sweet childhood memories. Every bit of action you have described here was once a staple part of my younger days - the running out of string, kite challenges, the string burns and not forgetting the exhilarating sight of one's kite soaring proudly amongst the clouds. Heck, come to think of it, we even made our own kites from used plastic bags and special kites sticks purchased from mama shop. Ahh.... such carefree, Huckleberry days.
Oh and incidentally, send my regards to Mrs Brown. I'm sorry to hear about her retrenchment. I hope she will get over it soon and eventually rope in an even better job.
Hey. Can't blame you for sounding a little down. What is it about times of insecurity that brings out the introspection, eh?
But things are never anywhere near as bad as they seem...hey, you could be LKY's son!
...and after about 7 months, you still haven't gone into merchandizing yet. Hey, Salon magazine has their own line of products, so why can't Browntown do the same? Then, have your own radio talk-show (which will probably be cancelled by the govt.) & then get it syndicated!!! & THEN have your own kids show (watch out, Teletubbies!) or a half an hour TV slot which will hopefully supplant "In Conversation"... or why don't you just take over him as producer? (He, as well as the English dubbed version of "The Price of Peace", makes me cringe *shudder*)
Hi! Just read NE51.
Actually, there is a kind of pore pack for piles. It doesn't stick up the offending item. It does it by pinching. The technique is called a ligation. Basically, a doctor looks into your ass and with the help of a scope, ties a rubber band round the hemorrhoid.
You see, a hemorrhoid is a vein sorta travels out and then in again in a loop. This explains why they bleed when agitated. Especially when the shit's consistency is of charred carbon. Think of it as a pimple with a vein running through.
Then like pimple squeezing, ligation pinches the hemorrhoid at its base. So the blood doesn't flow through. The soft tissue that surrounds the vein gets starved of nutrients and then drop off. The vein "re-ligates" itself just below the base where the hemorrhoid was.
This procedure is handled by most GPs. It went through it twice myself. Damn uncomfortable. The discomfort is not when the rubber band was inserted. It is the next couple of days waiting for it to pass out. The anus is sensitive to pressure. So the rubber band is irritating it, making you feel that you have to "go". Imagine this for 3 days! At least I know how anal sex feels like.
I am really confuse and do not know what to do with my coming "National Education" quiz. Can you tell me what to do? I find you web by seaching in Yahoo.
Hello mr brown,
got to know abt your web site thru a friend of mine and it blow my mind away the moment i step into it. i sure like yr gallery page and am amaze by all the photos. u sure is an observant person and by the way do u bring yr camera along with u when u went out???? if not, how do u manage to snap most of the pictures which seems like u just happen to pass-by that area???? but anyway, great job there!!
well, i'm sorry to know that yr wife just got retrenched recently. the sad news is i got the same kind of treatment from my company too. economy is really bad now, it seems so hard to find a job today. i guess the burden won't be too much to a single, but it is a lot to me especially when i have to pay my house loan every mth and at the same time saving for my wedding stuff....aahhh!!!
o.k..enough of my complain. do feel at home when i'm inside your site and i definitely feel great abt your work. u will have my full support and continue to look forward for new stuff here.
Last but not least, all the best to you and mrs brown and hope she manage to find a job soon.
best regards, watermelon.
I enjoyed your site. It helped me to procrastinate with respect to several urgent tasks that await my efforts. I rationalized that learning about Singapore and your point of view would broaden my cross-cultural prespective. I am a psychologist-administrator who is at home for the day taking care of a sick kid (11 year old). Well, I must go check on him.
From Daniel Tay
as u can c from the time, i spent the whole nite surfing ur web page till every link was coloured in that default moroon colour IE4 (curs'd) colours its read links. WOW , all i can say is that i'm REALLY 100% impressed by ur page...its something i always wanted to do!! You're 1 heck of a super cool da wowER shioka matic ultra discing H-A happening-O guy! =) Take this as a kind of FAN mail if u tink i'll boost ya ego...heh.
From The Ran Man
Personally I do not have a thing for Mister Browns. I have the displeasure of knowing two and they are both schmucks! One is a whimpy cartoon character with an oversized head and suspected gay tendencies towards his dog, Snoopy. The other is a talented baboon by the name of Bobby who can masquerate as a human, rap and do neat tricks with his middle finger.
So you can imagine my disgust when I stumbled across your homepage. Mr Brown's Town. What the wuss is this? Mister brown-clown hero-worshipping himself with his own site? It doesn't help that the only brown things I like are chocolates and ice milo.
After reading some of your musings, I am fxxxxxxking (censored for vulgarity) shocked by its content. The amount of sarcasm, insensitive statements, 'smart-alecky' remarks and vitriol humour are a tad too much for squeaky clean Singapore. This is disgusting and you know what the worst part is? I enjoyed it. Yes I fxxxxxking (censored for vulgarity) enjoyed did.
I am impressed by your acute observation of life around us and your ingenious ability to re-inteprete them in your own witty, funny way. In a nation where citizens are tackling life a tad too seriously, like some formulaic maths test problem, it is refreshing to see someone like you ( couragous, fearless and also extremely foolish) come along and brighten the day with your satirical, controversial writings.
Keep up your good..or should I say...rude work and I shall keep you at the top of my All-Time-Favourite Mr Brown List. Above Charlie and Bobby.
Regards, The Ran Man.