Monthly Archives: September 2011

Bleed like a fountain

I recall quite vividly that in 2008, this tiny island city was proud to host the world’s first Formula-One night race. Much was boasted about how the event of such a scale was promising hike in the tourism & hospitality … Continue reading

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No Woman No Cry, No Trains… We DIE!

At approximately half past the sixth hour, on the twentieth day, on the ninth month of the eleventh year past the millennium, the land scarce island’s self-acclaimed 1st world transport service experienced the embarrassment of the millennium. Staffs sweat beads … Continue reading

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Nuclear Launch Detected

If you’ve taken the effort to observe the streets & roads as you commute or zip around in this land scarce island, on the roads in before sunrise & after sunset, you’ll come to realize that there are more street … Continue reading

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