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  kinna84
 
10:41pm 23/10/2005
  I am conducting a survey for my NEW MEDIA course project (damn college/NUS projects) on ways to improve the SINGAPORE PUBLIC TRANSPORT SYSTEM, so for those of you that are singaporeans/lived in singapore, would you mind helping me answer the following questions? Just type your answer in the comments... I really need help, ONEGAI!!



1. What is your age?

o 12 & below
o 13 - 20
o 21 – 30
o 31- 40
o 41 -50
o 51 & above

2. What is your occupation? : _________________________________________________

3. Do you own a concession pass? : _____________________________________________

4. What is the brand and model of your handphone? (eg. Samsung E730)
________________________________________________________________________

5. How often do you take public transport? (Buses, MRT)

o Once a day
o Twice a day
o More than 3 times a day
o No, I drive a car / motorcycle

6. On the average, how many buses / trains do you have to take to get to your destination?

o 1 Bus
o 2 or more buses
o 1 bus & 1 MRT
o More than 1 bus & 1 MRT
o Others:______________________________________

7. How often are you late because of the irregularities of the bus/ train timings?

o Almost everyday
o More than twice a week
o Once a week
o Less than once a week
o Never was late for work

8. On the average, how long are you usually late for work/ school/ activities?

o Less than 5 mins
o Between 5 mins to 10 mins
o Between 10 mins to 30 mins
o Between 30 to 1 hour
o 1 hour or more

9. How long on the average do you have to wait for public transport?
o Between 1 min to 4 mins
o Between 4 to 7 mins
o Between 8 mins to 11 mins
o 12 mins or more

10. How long are you willing to wait for the public transport?

o Between 1 min to 4 mins
o Between 4 to 7 mins
o Between 8 mins to 11 mins
o 12 mins or more

11. If there is a SMS system to help you find out when is the next bus / train arriving, will it help you get to your destination on time?

o Great! It will be helpful!
o It will help me in some situations
o No, I will still be late

12. How useful to you is the information (route, frequency) of the buses and trains that is provided at the bus stop and MRT stations?

o Not useful
o Quite useful
o Very useful
o I don’t use it / don’t know there is one

13. What other information do you think can be added to complement the existing information?

o The time needed to travel to a specific bus stop/ MRT station
o Amenities and facilities around the designated bus stop
o Locality Map
o Others:______________________________________________________

14. When traveling to an unknown place for the first time, whom do you ask for directions?

o Rely on the bus guide
o Ask your friends and family
o Ask people at the bus stop
o Ask the bus driver
o I will rather take a taxi then ask

15. If there is a SMS operated electronic bus and MRT travel guide, will it be useful in getting you to your destination?

o Not useful
o Quite useful
o Very Useful
o I will not use it all, I always know my way



THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!
 
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Ego Flamingo 
  onekell
 
11:48pm 10/11/2004
  Posted on behalf of the artist.
Moderators, please remove if you feel it is inappropriate.


Watch as I unfold a haunting yet spiritual introspection of Flamingo, a
man that thinks he was a flamingo, or is it a flamingo that thinks it is a
man?

Whatever perspective you may take, be prepared to be thrilled by live
dancing interaction with translucent images, vocalisations and the
transformation of the Play Den at the Arts House into a flamingo pond.

Ego Flamingo spreads its wings from the 18th to 27th November 2004,
9pm at the Arts House.


Other challenging highlights:
(1) self-composed music
(2) songs (including vocalised version of Beethovan's Fur Elise)
(3) contemporary male dancer en pointe
(4) fun facts about flamingos

For more information, please follow the link below:
http://www.ecnad.org/homecalendar.html

Also, take a peep at Spy at the Gallery of the Arts House 8pm, same
running dates as Ego Flamingo...


With Sincere Desire for Connection,

Tan How Choon
Flamingo
 
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survey for the left-handed. 
  sixdirtydishes
 
11:14pm 21/07/2004
  Hello all.

I need help from left handers everywhere. I hope you can help me spread this questionaire (only 15 questions) to all the left handers you know. I am gathering information for a research. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR HELP!

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Slither grazing 
  parlour
 
02:54am 22/06/2004
  Drawing + PhotoCollapse )  
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life drawing 
  morecrapbygerri
 
08:55pm 13/06/2004
  i haven't been in singapore for awhile now but i'm back every dec, jan and feb and was wondering.... where can i go for my life drawing fix..... and if anyone would be in interested in .... in maybe starting a group ... or if anyone would like to pose for me :) .......  
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  qinz
 
11:08pm 23/05/2004
 








 
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Could do with a little cropping 
  qinz
 
08:36pm 22/05/2004
 


 
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eat my angst, thanks 
  wannasink
 
06:29pm 18/05/2004
  -die

it all begins in childhood
when days seemed long and life was good

even the most petty, trivial things could destroy you
like a snowball gathering mass as it rolls downhill

and you can't do anything except to run
'cause once you stop, you're as good as done

run or die, run or die, run or die

you still have time to laugh and cry
you still have time to question why
you still have time to nurse a lie
you still have time to try to fly

so you laugh and cry and question why
you nursed a lie and tried to fly
now say goodbye, it's time to-
 
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a dose of prose 
  ashlad
 
01:57pm 10/05/2004
 
mood: absurd
I have an addiction to bad fiction, feed meCollapse )
 
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Just playing. 
  qinz
 
02:58pm 03/05/2004
 




 
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And in sad cypress let me be laid. 
  ili
 
09:38pm 27/04/2004
 
mood: bored
Just curious, which do you like better?

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  likehello1776
 
05:56pm 17/04/2004
 

http://www.geocities.com/theapprenticehost/home.htm
 
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i am new yes yes. 
  sixdirtydishes
 
11:41am 04/04/2004
  hello fello people.

i just join this community and this would be a typical introductory post.

i am zuli, javanese, residing in the east of singapore.
i like foreign films, graphic design, photography (though not good at it), music, local gigs, travel, randomness and moneyyy.
i also have a weird obsession for llamas even if they're as ugly as camels.

okay yes that's it.
 
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  apogean
 
11:14pm 01/04/2004
  recommend me some music. what are you people into, anyway?  
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Spankin new. 
  ili
 
05:59pm 28/03/2004
  Why hello there. My name is Ili and I'm bored. Fin.

 
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oodles of doodles 
  ashlad
 
02:24am 28/03/2004
  hello. i am dying the urban death. save me. drop meh a line....afwe3a43a$#GFZDgwt3  
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  _swastika
 
12:02pm 24/03/2004
  Hey y'all, recommend me a local show to catch. Anyone? Esplanade?  
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  apogean
 
11:47am 18/03/2004
 
mood: contemplative
as a follow-up to sardiuswinter_'s post, which religions/philosophies do you believe in, if any?

i think Buddhism makes sense, but that's just my perspective.

sardiuswinter_, i think it's great that you're so attuned to your religion. how long have you been Christian? why did you choose to be Christian? i'm nosy.
 
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Theory + Thoughts on Self-Multilation 
  sardiuswinter_
 
10:47pm 17/03/2004
  PS: its been a long time since i posted prose onto LJ so i forgot how to do LJ entry cuts. anyway, noticed that this is a prose-prone (hey alliteration) community so my first post shall be one of the few pieces of prose that i wrote. (i do poetry most of the time, mainly.) leave a note about your opinons. it would be highly appreciated. thanks.

Sometimes I wonder why people slash their wrists and multilate themselves after falling out of love, or simply when they are fucked up with life and its drudgery, that they resort to self-destruction.

A sharp knife is a powerful tool. It can pierce the human flesh without sending any painful nerves to the brain, allowing the free flow of blood - crimson, warm juice; with it comes the release of torrents of pent-up emotions.

We remember the story of Adam and Eve, right. And so they started the history of sin after being tempted to eat the cursed apple and falling from grace. From then onwards, beautiful, strong man then became a symbol of imperfection and suffering; once reflecting the very glory of God but now, carrying the burden of sins which then became deeply ingrained into man's entire being. Man became a sinner. Born of the seed of man, descendants of Adam and Eve subsequently took on in their forefathers' footsetps, releasing their primitive nature of fury, showing their temper which had gone out of control, and inventing a whole new lline of heinous acts: murder, rape and adultery, each more gruesome and unpleasing in God's eyes. The blood that flows in our veins now saturates with the poisons of sins, encompassing our whole body and transmitting more warped and perverted impulses to the human mind (which, by the way, are better known as gut instincts).

Returning to the topic of discussion, it is then through logical deductions (from all above observations), that one can conject that when the razor blade permeates the human flesh with flaws fashioned into it, the release of intoxicated blood would give release to the tormented soul; the trapped spirit and the vexed mind.

Some exclaim the mild exhilaration, and sense of freedom to watch blood running away from the pale, white wrists; its sins being diluted by water from the running tap.

And after everything, they'd clear up the mess, place a clean, fresh plaster to cover the wound that has been created, put on their daily, ritualistic mask and face the world again. They feel that they have been renewed, repaired and restored. It felt so good, they say.

Here's something that they'd left out though: the wound takes a long time to heal, and after which it would leave a scar that would stay for good. It would serve to remind themselves how they had hurt God, their Father, and nobody but themselves.

why did you
why did you
gotta take it out on you
just because of that rookie chick
who cheats girls and steals their hearts
why did you

He's not worth it
It's not worth it
Nothing's worth it
so why did you
why did you
why did you
Promise me, that you never would,
ever, again
 
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christianity. quotes. (interesting.) 
  sardiuswinter_
 
10:33pm 17/03/2004
 
mood: chipper
1. Give God what's right -- not what's left.
2. Man's way leads to a hopeless end - God's way leads to an endless hope.
3. A lot of kneeling will keep you in good standing.
4. He who kneels before God can stand before anyone.
5. In the sentence of life, the devil may be a comma--but never let him be the period.
6. Don't put a question mark where God puts a period.
7. Are you wrinkled with burden? Come to the church for a face-lift.
8. When praying, don't give God instructions - just report for duty.
9. Don't wait for six strong men to take you to church.
10. We don't change God's message - His message changes us.
11. The church is prayer-conditioned.
12. When God ordains, He sustains.
13. WARNING: Exposure to the Son may prevent burning.
14. Plan ahead -- It wasn't raining when Noah built the ark.
15. Most people want to serve God, but only in an advisory position.
16. Suffering from truth decay? Brush up on your Bible.
17. Exercise daily -- walk with the Lord.
18. Never give the devil a ride - he will always want to drive.
19. Nothing else ruins the truth like stretching it.
20. Compassion is difficult to give away because it keeps coming back.
21. He who angers you controls you.
22. Worry is the darkroom in which negatives can develop.
23. Give Satan an inch & he'll be a ruler.
24. Be ye fishers of men - you catch them & He'll clean them.
25. God doesn't call the qualified, He qualifies the called.
26. Read the Bible - It will scare the hell out of you.
 
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