Woke up to more alternative soup…

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I woke up today with a groggy head, a queasy stomach and general state of confusion. I don’t know why, but I told my partner how at any moment, I could be singing to the toilet bowl. It wasn’t until I checked my email that my symptoms slowly dissipated…

FROM: Unknown
TO: Kevin
SUBJECT: Celebration
DATE: May 2, 2006

If you are tired of MediaCorp and our local newspapers, check these out (from the ground):

Quite a complete site (videos and pixs)
http://sgrally.blogspot.com/
http://www.djourne.net/sgelection06/
http://singabloodypore.blogspot.com/
http://singaporeelection.blogspot.com/

This pix is scary. Bigger than the May Day Rally or MayDay Concert at the Padang
http://yawningbread.org/arch_2006/pic-581b.jpg

Using heartlander’s lingo to expound his thoughts. This Ah Beng is funny but sensible most times.
Explicit Hokkien vulgarities, not suitable for kids
http://rockson.blogspot.com/

Reliable site to check out on the hit rate on Singapore Election. People ARE watching!
http://www.technorati.com/search/singapore%20election

SteveChia’s questions in parliament
http://forums.hardwarezone.com/showthread.php?t=1235052

Film on CheeSoonJuan by MartynSee – Singapore Rebel
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-1330679472966685116&q=singapore&pl=true

Talking cock has stopped crowing as of now until after the Election but their stuff is fun otherwise.
http://www.talkingcock.com/html/search.php?query=&topic=30

Singaporeans are now very intelligent and well-travelled. They CAN think for themselves. The views expressed by these sites are their own. You make your own final judgement of the kinds of guardians/trustees you want for Singapore.

Forward to your friends who are too busy with their ‘bread and butter’ issues / or study. They need to know…from both sides of the coin, to pick their final choice before Election Day on Sat, May 6.

Majulah Singapura 🙂

This email started circulating today and contains an interesting linkfest to alternative perspectives. Interestingly, as someone with less access to Singapore television and newspapers, I end up reading more personal blogs for current affairs. Perhaps it’s time for the PAP get into blogging and podcasting, instead of shunning it altogether.

UPDATE: NexLabs has some nifty charts on the topics bloggers seem to be most interested in during this elections (via Tomorrow.sg).

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