if serving the nation didn’t have a damning enough effect on the things one could publically broadcast over the internet (without having to contantly be on the look out for imaginary men-in-suits ala a beautiful mind), then perhaps
slaving serving national service in a foreign land would set new standards for paranoia and self-censorship.
no thanks to
frumpy bespectacled over-achieving geeks who huddle around with their equally frumpy looking bosses googling, “army+singapore+”insert army camp or unit of choice” security measures put in place, it’s little wonder why an ordinary *cough* authority fearing singaporean like me would even bother to make what little insights he has public over the good ol’ world wide web.
so, with respect to our four-eyed pimpled spies…let’s dedicate this URL to some web-friendly content that wouldn’t have my scrawny behind hauled up to court for treason (or threaten the very existence of our fellow country-men..gasp!)
roughly over a year ago, this picture was taken from a back of a speeding pick-up truck with questionable safety issues
roughly over a year ago, backpacking was the only thing i ever wanted to do.
it still is.
this is my first entry.
which brings me to my main objective for the creation of this cruel form of electronic media. the basis of which lies in my deep fear that sentences such as these will no longer come naturally to my hands. the basis of which crunching numbers for the army will rob me of my possibly, only other marketable ‘skill’.
i have blogged before, so to speak. a pathetic attempt at commitment. should any one of my dear friends ever come across this blog, this is your cue to snigger. ok, sniggering’s too cruel, a simple scoff will do.
let’s see how this one works out.