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ST letter writer getting trolled by everybody

ST letter writer getting trolled by everybody

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After writing to forum to suggest government should remove a pebble from the ground that caused him to trip.

Everybody please get a load of this forum letter:
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Look at the amount of Facebook shares! Once you see so many Facebook shares for such a short letter you know it is going to be EPIC! It is freaking hilarious! Someone called Larry Quah Chai Koon actually sent this into the Straits Times forum page and it got published!

But what’s even more gold are the responses the letter drew in the comments section:

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Even more epic reply:
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Hahahahahaha:
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STOMP re-publishes fake news, gets trolled by New Nation

STOMP re-publishes fake news, gets trolled by New Nation

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Are STOMP administrators retarded? Or North Korean?

Ladies and gentlemen, it’s about time this had to happen!

Singapore Press Holdings-owned STOMP, that nincompoop website that promotes voyeurism, tries to pass off New Nation‘s 50% real news as the truth!

Check out this screen shot of STOMP‘s article:

This piece is stolen from New Nation without even giving any credit! (Is Alex Tan working at STOMP now?)

Check out the original article here.

Therefore, we can only conclude, STOMP is run by North Koreans.

Maybe we should email Warren Fernandez about this?

By the way, anyone remembers Samantha Ann Francis? Didn’t STOMP get into trouble last year for writing fake news?

Update at 4.23 p.m.: STOMP officially takes down fake article after a lapse of 120 minutes. EPIC WIN FOR NEW NATION!

Using cable ties superstitiously…

Using cable ties superstitiously…

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… is not the way for SMRT to emulate the commercial success of Mustafa Centre.

Or increase dividends to shareholders.

Or improve customer service relations.

Especially if they keep falling out.

But it didn’t work.

That awkward moment when the Committee of Inquiry…

That awkward moment when the Committee of Inquiry…

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… heard that the SMRT crew knew beforehand that cable ties won’t work, but used it again anyways.

Our MRT system was built using billions of taxpayers’ dollars:

On Dec. 17, 2011, our beloved MRT system sustained the most severe disruption in our known universe.

And the people in charge got to work quickly:

With their brilliant idea, they used cable ties to secure stuff on our multi-billion dollar system…

… resulting in hilarious results.

The Straits Times shoots itself in the foot

The Straits Times shoots itself in the foot

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Anonymity is a sign of hidden agenda, ST letter writer claims. How true, how true…

By Don’t Tell You, So What?

Two days ago, on Jan. 30, The Straits Times published this letter by a certain Jeffrey Law in its broadsheet as well as its online version:

The gist of the letter? The letter writer claims that objective newspapers are here to stay because anything written by anonymous or pseudonymous contributors cannot be trusted.

 
 
 
 

Now check out The Straits Times report published today (Feb. 1) about the Singapore People’s Party:

Mmmmmm…

Hey! There is no reporter’s name, no byline, nothing whatsover! It is anonymous!

Therefore, using Jeffery Law’s superior logic endorsed by The Straits Times, ST’s coverage of SPP cannot be trusted.

 
 
 
 

How you feel right now:

Tay Ping Hui. TWITTER. TROLLING. EPIC. FAIL.

Tay Ping Hui. TWITTER. TROLLING. EPIC. FAIL.

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Mediacorp artiste Tay Ping Hui gets trolled by SMRT (Ltd) Feedback, a fake feedback channel that is genuinely funny.* (See Editor’s Note at the end.)

Oh dear, Tay Ping Hui!

In his Dec. 17 tweet, Ah Ping, riding on the train breakdowns (HAHA! THIS IS SUCH A COCKED-UP PUN), tried to troll SMRT into giving out a day of free rides and proposing to his followers to take his tweet viral:


 

 

Little did he know, this innocuous tweet of Ah Ping’s will see him get trolled by the fake but geninuely funny SMRT (Ltd) Feedback Twitter channel.

Late on Jan. 2, 2012, for some reason, the war of words started.

SMRT (Ltd) Feedback responded by taking the mickey out of Ah Ping, calling him “a cheapskate”:

 

 

After which, it was downhill for Ah Ping from then on. Not wanting to take things lying down, Ah Ping replied:

 

 

And because 140 characters is too short, Ah Ping had to say some more about 10 minutes later:

 

 

Ladies and gentlemen, hold on to your seats! I give you, SMRT (Ltd) Feedback’s punchline reply!


 

 

Unable to upstage such a witty and spot-on remark, Ah Ping can only resort to grovelling:

Like, c’mon man, what’s there for SMRT (Ltd) Feedback to feel embarrassed about, you continental car-driving member of the electric fish tank?

 

 

Last but not least, to add on because 140 characters is too short again, Ah Ping said he is feeling magnanimous:

Strangely, these last two tweets can no longer be found at its source… Mmmm… Wonder why.

 

 

*Editor’s Note: This sentence was edited on Jan. 3, 4:12 a,m. as a reader pointed out “Mediacorp” was spelt as “Mediumcock”. Auto correct function on iPad to blame.

Update: Epic fail Singaporean silat referee to face possible life ban

Update: Epic fail Singaporean silat referee to face possible life ban

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But he wants other silat officials at the match he refereed to shoulder part of the blame.

Jasni Salam, the Singaporean referee who awarded the Indonesian athlete the SEA Games silat gold for nom nom noming the Thai opponent, rolling on the floor and running behind his back. Photo borrowed from Yahoo! News.

Remember Jasni Salam?

The infamous Singaporean referee who gave away the silat SEA Games gold medal to host country Indonesia? (See original article below.)

Now, he is giving his side of the story: He is blaming the other officials present at the competition for inaction.

On Nov. 17, the 52-year-old awarded Indonesia the SEA Games silat gold medal under insanely controversial circumstances.

The Indonesian silat athlete, who was fighting for glory in front of home fans, displayed peculiar behaviour throughout the bout as he nom nom nomed his Thai opponent, ran away from him and then decided to play cat-and-mouse by hiding behind the referee to avoid some ass-kicking.

Not only did Jasni the Great and Just Referee not issue a warning to the Indonesian athlete for playing a fool, the Thai opponent suffered a demerit point instead.

And to prove that he is the king of understatement, this is what Jasni reportedly said recently when interviewed by The New Paper: “My conscience is clear… I made some poor refereeing decisions in the final, but there was no kelong (corruption)”.

Jasni, a veteran referee of 20 years, further defended his decision.

He said that despite the mistakes he made, points are awarded by the five jury members seated around the arena and the officials had the power to correct his decisions

In silat, the referee’s decision is not final.

Therefore, any official there with him were as much to blame.

However, in one instance that has since been pointed out, other referees present actually tried to inform Jasni for failing to penalise the Indonesian athlete.

Instead, Jasni, who was also the former Singapore national coach, did not heed the advice and failed to pick out other infringements in the next round.

Singapore’s current team manager and chief executive officer of the Singapore Silat Federation (Persisi) Sheik Alau’ddin Y Marican has said he is ashamed of being associated with Jasni as a fellow countryman.

Jasni has been called forward by the competition’s five-panel jury, as well as the chairperson and assistant chair in the wake of his controversial decision, but he did not comply.

The case has been handed over to the disciplinary committee of Persisi.

If found guilty, Jasni could face a life ban from refereeing silat competitions.

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(Original article)

Is this cocked-up or what?


During the third-round finals of the Class A 45-50kg silat SEA Games event between Indonesia and Thailand, check out what the Indonesian athlete did: He, with the blue waistband and legs in the air, ended up being chased by his Thai opponent and rolled out of the ring to avoid some ass-whooping.


And then the Indonesian athlete did a Mike Tyson: He resorted to biting his Thai opponent (the one looking at the camera and obviously grimacing in pain) on the shoulder.

Oh look! Who’s that in white looking on? Oh, that is Singaporean referee Jasni Salam. He is looking on, doing absolutely nothing to protect the Thai athlete from getting chewed.


To top off an already memorably silly match, the Indonesian decides to dodge and hide behind the Singaporean referee.

At this point, the Thais were ballistic that silat has been downgraded to a game of police-and-thief.


Holy macaroni! Yet, the Singaporean referee awards the SEA Games gold medal to the Indonesian! For running around, being chased, dodging and biting his opponent!

To make matters seem even more out of whack, Indonesia is the host nation for this SEA Games.

Ahem.

Watch the full 50-second clip here:

Singaporean SEA Games referee. Epic. Fail. To. The. Max.

Singaporean SEA Games referee. Epic. Fail. To. The. Max.

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Singaporean referee awards gold medal to Indonesia silat athlete – for dodging and biting Thai opponent.

Is this cocked-up or what?


During the third-round finals of the Class A 45-50kg silat SEA Games event between Indonesia and Thailand, check out what the Indonesian athlete did: He, with the blue waistband and legs in the air, ended up being chased by his Thai opponent and rolled out of the ring to avoid some ass-whooping.


And then the Indonesian athlete did a Mike Tyson: He resorted to biting his Thai opponent (the one looking at the camera and obviously grimacing in pain) on the shoulder.

Oh look! Who’s that in white looking on? Oh, that is Singaporean referee Jasni Salam. He is looking on, doing absolutely nothing to protect the Thai athlete from getting chewed.


To top off an already memorably silly match, the Indonesian decides to dodge and hide behind the Singaporean referee.

At this point, the Thais were ballistic that silat has been downgraded to a game of police-and-thief.


Holy macaroni! Yet, the Singaporean referee awards the SEA Games gold medal to the Indonesian! For running around, being chased, dodging and biting his opponent!

To make matters seem even more out of whack, Indonesia is the host nation for this SEA Games.

Ahem.

Watch the full 50-second clip here: