Thursday, January 31, 2008

Steampunk LEGO Star Wars Contest

The folks over at are holding a contest to recreate the vehicles from Star Wars in steampunk style using LEGO. My god, the creations are awesome! I love them all.

(Thanks Allan)

Cheeseburger in a Can

I'm a big, big fan of burgers therefore I really hope that someone will bring this Canned Cheeseburger to Singapore so that I can buy one and try it myself to find out if the cheeseburger in the can really tastes as good as it looks in the picture. But seriously, how the hell does one canned a cheeseburger?!

Game Boy Bricks

These bricks shaped to look like Nintendo Game Boys are so cool that I would like to build my entire house with them - and I'm not even a hardcore Nintendo gamer!

Stick Figures in Peril

Stick Figures in Peril is an interesting Flickr pool where you can find photos of warning signs showing stick figures in dangerous, often life-threatening, situations. Poor stick men.

Anybody wants Pork Faggots?

Found on Flickr, Mr Brain's Pork Faggots in a rich west country sauce. No, these balls are not from homosexual pigs! I know they still sound horrible but in reality they are much worse! I checked out Urban Dictionary and it says:
A somewhat disgusting ball of minced lard, gristle, fat, liver, intestine, and occasionally pork meat, preferably served in a "rich western country sauce". Although enjoyed by some, this pork delicacy - courtesy of meat producer "Mr. Brain's" - should probably be avoided.
(Thanks bkiehl)

Today's Singapore News

1. Residents living in the north will have more travelling options
2. Singaporeans still heading to China despite snowstorm
3. Easy parking for motorists in city areas
4. Chinese New Year exodus exposes Singapore generation gap
5. Govt to spend S$14b to improve Singapore's road infrastructure
6. Stiffer fines to deter monkey feeding
7. Golden Village leaks e-mail contacts of 7,000 patrons
8. Road tax savings to be passed on to cabbies
9. 165% more people fined for buying contraband cigarettes
10. One-third of Singapore workforce are foreigners

Read them all at Topix Singapore News, edited by yours truly.

Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Watch the choir performance that was banned by Singapore

It seems that in Singapore, foreigners are not allowed to complain about the country. The Media Development Authority (MDA) banned the live outdoor performance of the Complaints Choir of Singapore because it objected to the presence of six foreigners among the 50-member project. It says that the choir's song touched on domestic affairs - something that foreigners have no right to talk (or sing) about. Private indoor performances are still allowed though and the clip above is taken during one of those performances.

Lyrics here:

We get fined for almost everything
Drivers won’t ‘give chance’ when you want to ‘change lane’
The indoors are cold, the outdoors are hot;
And the humid air, it wrecks my hair
Those answering machines always make you hold
Only to hang up on you

When a pregnant lady gets on the train
Everyone pretends to be asleep
I’m stuck with my parents till I’m 35
Cause I can’t apply for HDB
We don’t recycle any plastic bags
But we purify our pee

What’s wrong with Singapore?
Losing always makes me feel so sore
Cause if you’re not the best
Then you’re just one of the rest

My oh my Singapore
What exactly are we voting for?
What’s not expressly permitted
is prohibited


When I’m hungry at the food court, I see
People ‘chope’ seats with their tissue paper
To the aunty staying upstairs:
Your laundry’s dripping on my bed sheets
Please don’t squat on the toilet seats
And don’t clip your nails on MRT

Stray cats get into noisy affairs
At night my neighbor makes weird animal sounds
People put on fake accents to sound posh
And queue up 3 hours for donuts
Will I ever live till eighty five
to collect my CPF?


Singaporeans too kiasu! (so scared to lose)
Singaporeans too kiasi! (so scared o die)
Singaporeans too kiabor!(scared of their wives)
Maybe we’re just too stressed out! (even the kids)


Old National Library was replaced by an ugly tunnel
Singaporean men can’t take independent women
People blow their nose into the swimming pool
And fall asleep on my shoulder in the train

Singapore’s national bird is the crane (the one with yellow steel girders)
Real estate agents’ leaflets clogging up my mailbox (en bloc, en bloc; en bloc, en bloc)
Why can’t we be buried when we die?
No one wants to climb Bukit Timah with me



There are not enough public holidays
My neighbor sings KTV all night
Wedding dinners never start on time
My hair is always cut shorter than I want
Channel 5 commercials are way too long
Why do men turn bad?

*At first it was to speak more mandarin
Then it was to speak proper English
What’s wrong with my powderful Singlish?

People sit down during rock concerts
We have to pay for tap water at restaurants
ERP gantries are everywhere
But I can still see traffic jams on the road
All the bus stops have tilted benches to keep you off balance


Today's Singapore News

1. Expat beaten up by bouncers at Clarke Quay
2. Court rejects Odex's appeal to reveal downloaders' names
3. ERP rates, more gantries to go up
4. Prime Taxis to raise fares from March
5. Cathay ups ticket prices
6. MediShield premiums to go up for better cover
7. Road expansion to slow down over next 15 years
8. Crack in windscreen puts Tiger flight on hold
9. Choir complaining about Singapore goes online
10. Singapore's GIC says it is able to bail out another bank

Read them all at Topix Singapore News, edited by yours truly.

Tuesday, January 29, 2008

1962 Mars Attacks card scans

Presented for the very first time online, scans of the 1962 Topps Mars Attacks bubble-gum cards painted by the famous pulp-comic artist Norm Saunders.

Advice Posters

Flickr photoset of an ongoing series of posters designed by graduates of University College Falmouth for the purpose of passing on advice and inspiration to first year students. What a neat idea!

(Thanks mochachoc81)

Nancy's Fancy Cookies & Cakes

Few years ago, Nancy, an illustrator walked into a bakery that had a sign in the window that said they're looking for a cookie decorator. She decided to work for them and that's when she realised that dreaming up her own designs and custom decorating cookies and cakes was what she wanted to do. So she set up her own business selling her lovely creations. Check out her cookies and cakes here.

10 clips to celebrate LEGO's 50th Birthday

LEGO turns 50 and to celebrate, I have searched YouTube for 10 of the best LEGO videos. Sorry if I missed out some but do enjoy this selection.

If you thought the trailer for the new new Batman movie, The Dark Knight is awesome, wait till you see the same trailer done in LEGO.

Building the LEGO Ultimate Collector Star Wars Millennium Falcon.

The LEGO Masturbater for those who need additional help. Is there nothing that can be built with LEGO?

An amazing Lego remake of Les Miserables. As good as the musical!

Watch two people build a LEGO Star Destroyer in just over 4 minutes. They made it look so easy.

Dude builds a kick ass version of The Transformers' Bumblebee using LEGO and that's not all - it can even transform into its Camaro vehicle mode! I think it's more awesome that the toy currently available.

The LEGO Bartender Robot has the ability to mix real drinks. I want one for my home.

And this LEGO robot can do something that I can't do - solving a Rubik cube.

Remember the Summer Nights scene in the movie Grease? Here's a remake of it in LEGO.

Lastly, the complete Thriller music video in LEGO. It's so brilliantly done that even Michael Jackson will give it a thumbs up.

Monday, January 28, 2008

Scary ads by TODAY newspaper



I'm sure most of you may have seen these ads on TODAY newspaper recently. They are designed to attract recruiters to advertise on the free daily tabloid. I don't know about you but I think these ads are so damn scary that they could give anyone nightmares. Look at those oversized eyes. Are these companies recruiting normal human beings or alien-human hybrids? Crikey!

Also read: Tell us if it is paid for TODAY

When Disney characters go wild

The Disneyland Memorial Orgy is the work of Mad artist Wally Wood back in 1967. I don't think Walt Disney would be too happy seeing this parody of his beloved characters gone wild in a mass orgy setting in the park. Oh well, go Goofy!

Inside the offices of Web 2.0 companies

If you think Web 2.0 is so cool, wait till you take a look at the offices of some of the most popular Web 2.0 companies such as Flickr, Facebook and Twitter here.

(Thanks GeekGod)

Darth Valice in Wonderland

Alice, Mad Hatter, March Hare, Cheshire Cat, White Rabbit, Caterpillar, Tweedledum and Tweedledee become Star Wars characters in this delightful artwork mashup by Thumper-001. He has a whole series here.

(via Boing Boing)

The Great Australian Roadtrip

Two Indian dudes spent 71 days riding their bikes on a roadtrip across the Australia continent. On their blog The Great Australia Road Trip, you can read about their day to day experiences. Below, I've included an excerpt from Day 9 of their roadtrip in which they traveled from Katoomba to Sydney, two of my favourite places down under:
We took the Bells line of road via Lithgow. The road was very beautiful but the rain marred the complete beauty and made us concentrate much more on the road ahead with slippery factors than we should have. The distance was short today and we hoped to arrive early in Sydney and meet up with Mick, Editor of AMCN. Fate had some other plans. We surely arrived at the outskirts of Sydney pretty early, around 12.30 Pm, but the city took us by surprise. Sydney had worse traffic than many Indian metropolitan cities. OK, the horns were not there, people werent shouting, but the traffic was slow as if it were following a snail. For an outsider Sydney would be really hard to traverse with all those one ways, tons of confusing road signs and traffic.
(Thanks WH)

Periodic Table gets a new makeover

The Periodic Table Printmaking Project involves 96 printmakers, each producing his or her own interpretation of an element in the periodic Table. The end result is a periodic table of elements intended to promote both science and the arts.

Warning: Satellite could crash to Earth!

Take cover! A satellite the size of a bus containing rocket fuel that is hazardous to humans could crash to Earth in the next few weeks. The scary part: It could land anywhere! I'm interested to know the odds of it hitting Singapore. From Telegraph:
It is understood that American politicians and world leaders are being kept abreast of the situation.

In response to the reports Gordon Johndroe, a spokesman for the National Security Council, said: "Appropriate government agencies are monitoring the situation.

"Numerous satellites over the years have come out of orbit and fallen harmlessly. We are looking at potential options to mitigate any possible damage this satellite may cause."

He refused to discuss specifics, such as whether the satellite might be destroyed with a missile. But such a move is considered unlikely by experts as it would create a rain of debris which could cause more widespread damage.

Today's Singapore News

1. Singapore stops foreigners from singing complaints
2. Is PM Lee the most powerful man on Wall Street?
3. Win-win as KL-Singapore air route opens up
4. NEA working with more government agencies to control Chikungunya virus
5. Defence minister says terror threat still real in Singapore
6. Motorcycle deaths still high in Singapore
7. SM confident Singapore will hit growth forecast
8. Students should develop their own talents
9. Meet the Singaporean road devils
10. Now at your kopi tiam: Wine to go with char siew rice

Read them all at Topix Singapore News, edited by yours truly.

Saturday, January 26, 2008

Toys by Spookypop

Spookypop's Doktor A makes really wonderful toys that are probably inspired by the steampunk culture like this Brass Monkey. Do check out his hand drawn, digital art and sculpture works too. He's a genius!

Hot NTU Assistant Professor

Meet Xu Rong. She's an Assistant Professor at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and judging from her photos posted on her blog and elsewhere, I think she is a gravure model wannabe. Not sure if the management at NTU would approve of her bikini and other shots but I wouldn't mind having an Assistant Professor like her. Brainy beauties, I like!

Update: It seems that she has removed all her pics from her blog and other websites. (Thanks all)

Update: I've removed all the comments in this post.

Also read:
Girls taking pics of themselves in undergaments
For Sale: Singaporean girl's panties and bra

Gay Word Hotel found in Geylang

Pangzter found this Gay Word Hotel located in the Geylang area while looking at a map in a MRT station. Nice typo there! It's Gay World Hotel, not Gay Word Hotel.

(Thanks swmei)

Wooden Bicycle

16 year old dude shows off his fine wood crafting skills by building a fully functional wooden bicycle (complete with a wooden chain!) for his school project. That's so cool! I want him to build me a wooden bicycle too.

Downloading PS3 games on a lazy Saturday morning


I spent the most part of this morning downloading games from the Playstation Store for the PS3 that is hooked up to the beautiful LG 42LB7 HDTV. In all, I downloaded four trial/demo games: Fifa 2008, Resistance:Fall Of Man, Formula 1 and Devil May Cry 4. I can't wait to try them out. There goes my Saturday.

I'm so gonna be hooked on TV
My new baby has arrived!

Garfield comic strips come to life

Lasagna Cat is a series of live action recreations of classic Garfield comic strips. Each clip comes with a bizarre music video and a homage to Jim Davis, the creator of Garfield. You can also download all the clips in its original Quicktime format here.

The Most Beautiful CG Girls

Gallery of the most beautiful (and lifelike) computer graphic girls found on the internet made using 2D and 3D programs. Some of these girls are really hot.

Friday, January 25, 2008

How to take care of babies

These pictorial instructions are perfect for new mums and dads who want to learn how to really take care of their babies. And please dads, do not try to nurse your baby this way (look at pic!). Leave that to your wives ok.

(Thanks Lord Kimbo)

Rate My Turban

Dude wanted to showcase turbans as an art form and try to revive the majestic roots of turbans so he started Rate My Turban. I don't know why but something is telling me that this website will be a worldwide hit.

Hello Kitty Darth Vader Tattoo

After all these years of searching for the perfect tattoo, I think I may have finally found one that would be ideal for me. LOL.

(Thanks Lindie)

Understanding Art For Geeks

Understanding Art For Geeks is a fantastic photoset with lots of gems like this 1594 portrait of two ladies. Now I know what it really means to be poked on Facebook.

(Thanks GeekGod)

Today's Singapore News

1. Sentosa Flowers festival boasts a million blooms from around the world
2. Couple staying in Changi Terminal 2 since Cctober
3. Platform screen doors for all above-ground MRT stations by 2012
4. Network problems hit SingTel, StarHub customers
5. Normal stream girl sets record with 7 O-level distinctions
6. Rights group berates Singapore Air for elephant ad
7. Singapore holds pair over terror fears
8. Singapore beefs up its position as regional aviation hub
9. Aussies quizzed over Singapore air drama
10. S$20b to upgrade rail network

Read them all at Topix Singapore News, edited by yours truly.

Sunday, January 20, 2008

We're Brothers Forever

Everyone that I know is talking about Renaldo Lapuz's performance on American Idol. He sang his own song called We're Brothers Forever. I agree with Simon. This song is going to be a hit. Maybe it already is. The guy is definitely much better than William Hung and with a name like Renaldo, how can he not be a star aye. Expect a record deal for him soon.


"I am your brother
Your best friend forever
Singing the songs,
the music that you like.

We're brothers till the end of time
Together or not, you're always in my heart
Your hurt, your feelings, in you will reign no more."

The Human Superman

Yven "Fusionman" Rossy had enough of the restrictions of flying in a normal airplane, so he straps himself onto a pair of jet powered wings that allows him to fly like Superman or the Rocketeer.

Hamburger Dress

Somehow this Hamburger Dress by Joy Kampia is making me real hungry. She writes on her website, ""Because I enjoy the irony between subject matter and material, I have merged my favorite subject matter (food) with my favorite process (crochet)... I am a passionate advocate for crochet as an art medium--going beyond its traditional uses and exploring its limitless possibilities. By taking both food and crochet out of their ordinary settings, I hope to challenge the viewer's preconceived notions of their roles. And I hope it makes people hungry." It sure does Joy. It sure does. Yum.

Darth Vader plays in rock band

I have no idea what they are playing but I would definitely pay to see both Darth Vader and this Stormtrooper rock the house with their electric guitars. What a sight!

(Thanks Johnny Q)

Saturday, January 19, 2008

London Transport Museum Poster Collection

The London Transport Museum has one of the finest poster archives in the world - more than 5000 printed posters and nearly 1000 original artworks comissioned by the London Transport. Explore the collection by clicking on the various themes here.

The Simpsons Intro in Lego

bulc96 says, "I made this. This video was in Television, in Estonia. This is the famous Simpsons intro done in Lego. It took me some time to make this and I tried to make it as smooth as possible. The first part with the clouds was done in Paint. I used Pinnacle Studio version 8 to edit it. The laser was done in LSMaker."

Giant Zombie Lego Men

Dzyplastic makes high quality toys, collectibles and custom sculptures. I especially like their customized 19" zombie Lego figures. They are cute!

Paper Craft Photoset

I just browsed through these scans of a vintage paper craft book. Looks fun especially with so many paper craft projects that you can cut out from the book.

Friday, January 18, 2008

The other Tom Cruise video the Church of Scientology doesn't want you to see

The Church of Scientology has been giving out Cease and Desist letters to sites like Gawker and YouTube for hosting a video of Tom Cruise talking about Scientology. The full video is still being hosted by Gawker here and you can still find copies of it on YouTube. In the video, Tom shows everyone why he and his favourite religion Scientology are both crazy. Here's part of the transcript:
We are the authorities in getting people off drugs. We are the authorities on the mind. We are the authorities on improving conditions. Criminals, we can rehabilitate criminals. Way to happiness, we can bring peace and unite cultures, uh, that once you know these tools and you know that they work, it’s not good enough that I’m just (doing okay?)...

It is the time now. Now is the time, okay? It is, being a Scientologist, people are turning to you, so you better know it. You better know it, and if you don’t, you know, go (sound deleted, appears to be “fucking”) learn it. (Laughs) You know? But don’t pretend you know it and, or whatever. It’s like, we’re here to help. (cut)

If you’re a Scientologist, you see life, you see things the way that they are. In all its glory, you know, all of its complexity. Uh, the more you know as a Scientologist, you don’t become overwhelmed by it. (cut)
Only Tom can make Scientology sound crazier than it already is. Anyway, watch the video above which is a mash up of the Tom Cruise Scientology video, a scene of Days of Thunder and a Will Smith interview! It's funny. Oh wait. Should I be even posting this on my blog? Hmmm. Hopefully the Scientologists and Tom won't come and get me for this. I really don't want Tom to jump on my couch. That's scary.

Putting an end to bad design

Thanks to the folks behind Design Police, now you can bring bad design to justice. Just download their Visual Enforcement Kit and then cut and paste the right labels to paste on a bad design that you see on the streets. It could be a poorly cut typeface or severe lack of creativity. No more bad design!

How to make a Samurai Cat

Jeff de Boer, a multi-media artist known for making incredible armour suits for cats and mice using materials like steel, silver, brass, bronze, nickel, copper, leather, fibre, and/or wood, shows us how to make a Samurai Cat. I wonder if he has tried fitting one of his armour suits on a real cat or mouse.

The world's most controversial boardgames

Deputydog lists the world's most controversial boardgames. The War On Terror game designed by 2 Cambridge entrepreneurs, is among the list: "Everyone starts with the best intentions. Then things start to get cramped. Then you notice your neighbour has more oil than you. Before long, war is waged, nukes are dropped, revolutions are fought and terrorists are doing your dirty work, before turning on you..." Sounds like fun.

Is Scrabble right to shut down Scrabulous?

The companies behind Scrabble have asked Facebook to shut down the popular Facebook appplication Scrabulous (you can also play it on its own website here) because it infringes their copyright. From BBC:
Scrabulous is currently one of Facebook's ten most popular applications - little programs that Facebook members can add to the profiles they maintain on the site.

The request to remove the add-on came from both Hasbro and Mattel because ownership of the Scrabble trademark is split between the two. Hasbro owns rights to the game in the US and Canada while Mattel has rights everywhere else in the world.

Facebook told the PA newswire that it had no comment to make at this stage.

The Scrabulous add-on was not created by Facebook but was built for the site by Rajat and Jayant Agarwalla - software developers based in Calcutta.
I have yet to play Scrabulous on my Facebook (really) but I'm sure it is as fun as playing the real Scrabble. Scrabulous is a very popular Facebook app with 603,014 daily active users. Instead of forcing the shutdown of Scrabulous, I think Mattel and Hasbro should have worked with the Scrabulous founders instead - either by asking them to make Scrabulous an official Scrabble entity or have Scrabble become the main sponsor for the app. Only after failing in those areas, should Mattel and Hasbro get their lawyers and sue the living daylights out of those two Indian founders. Scrabble has this big chance to get its product and branding across to these 603,014 users (and growing) on Facebook. By shutting down Scrabulous and angering all its thousands of users, it may have just lost this huge Facebook marketing opportunity. And that unfortunately is a bad business decision.

Why are clowns scary?

Are you afraid of clowns? Don't worry. You're not alone. BBC News Magazine finds out why those comic performers with colored wigs, stylistic makeup and outlandish costumes, are so scary to some. From BBC:
Prof Paul Salkovskis, clinical director of the Maudsley Hospital Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma, saw a patient in Yorkshire some years ago who feared clowns as one of a range of problems.

But he believes children's fear may be less to do with clowns per se and more to do with being unsettled by something as unusual-seeming as a clown.

"People are typically frightened by things which are wrong in some way, wrong in a disturbingly unfamiliar way," Prof Salkovskis says.

"It is almost certainly not a reaction to clowns, but we are sensitive to things which are extraordinary, particularly sensitive when we are young. My three-year-old was terrified by Peter Rabbit at a B&Q. Peter Rabbit is six inches high, not seven feet high."

Thursday, January 17, 2008

Be careful when you buy used panties online

I've been receiving a sudden sharp increase in readership (in the thousands) since yesterday and someone told me it's because the New Paper ran a story about Pamela, the Singapore school girl who is selling her used bra and panties online. It seems that after the New Paper story, lots of people are searching the net about her and these people came to my blog to look for used panties. Hello, you perverts!

Anyway, for those of you who are really interested in buying used panties either from Pamela or from other sources, please watch the video above and take some precaution. You may never know where these panties really come from.

As for Pamela, some told me that she's not really a schoolgirl and that she's actually a guy. Crikey! I only know one thing. I must start selling my used boxers on my blog. You people must support by buying ok?

Old School Party Flyers

Here's a huge collection of old school hip-hop party flyers made by hand using tools that are extinct in today's modern artwork world. These flyers are all from the 70s and 80s.

(Thanks XT)

Today's Singapore News

1. Singapore launches contest for next-generation search engine
2. Singapore companies look forward to listing on new Catalist board
3. Make medical insurance compulsory, and for longer
4. HDB launches 1,098 surplus flats from east to west
5. Survey shows S'pore workers can expect 5% salary increase this year
6. FIFA kicks off first global retail store
7. Made-in-Singapore 12.1-inch notebook due out in March
8. Issue of school bullying to be raised in Parliament
9. Singapore To Develop Well-rounded Citizens
10. Local transmitted chikungunya fever detected in Singapore

Read them all at Topix Singapore News, edited by yours truly.

Transformers Beginnings

Transformers Beginnings is a prequel to the Transformers movie that tells the story of what happened before Optimus Prime and Megatron came to Earth. A pity it's only a semi-animated short film that looks like a cheap cut and paste job - they used the illustrations from the Transformers Movie prequel comic book series - but at least you can still hear the familiar voices of Optimus Prime and some characters from the actual movie. Also Megatron is voiced by Frank Welker, the dude who did the original Megatron voice in the old cartoon series.

Raku Ray Guns

Raku Ray Guns are one-of-a-kind ceramic sculptures inspired by alien technology unearthed at a secret UFO crash site, known only to a tribe of Wyoming Hill People. Ya right. More Raku Ray Guns here.

Download free graphic novels

DailyBits has a cool list of 17 free and downloadable graphic novels. I've just downloaded the PDF copy of Crossing Midnight Vol. 1: Cut Here, a compelling fantasy/horror series set in the heart of present-day Nagasaki about two twins born under strange circumstances. It's like Miyazaki's Spirited Away (one of my favourite anime) meets Asian horror.

(Thanks GeekGod)

I'm so gonna be hooked on TV!


Over the weekend, the lovely people behind the LG Blogger Review Program delivered a brand new Sony Playstation 3, a Draco HDTV set top box and a Draco indoor antenna to me so that I can enjoy the full experience of the LG 42 inch HD LCD TV that is now sitting in the living room. Gosh, looks like I'm going to be hooked on TV.

On the cover of People magazine

I'm on the cover of People magazine. So can you!

(Thanks Gina)

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

For Sale: 40 year old bottle collection

Dude is selling his grandpa's huge 40 year old bottle collection for a cool US$16,000. Could be a good buy for anyone wanting to start a bottle museum. From eBay:
Over 4000 bottles from all over the country and some from out of the country. COCA-COLA 10 0Z and 8 0Z COMMEMORATIVE, COCA-COLA HOBBLE SKIRTS 6 and 6 1/2 oz, STRAIGHT SIDES, BLOB TOPS , HUTCHINSONS and SIX-PACKS, 7-UP, PEPSI, SPRITE, DR.PEPPER, MT DEW, CRUSH, RC COLA, NEHI, many different root beets, the list goes on and on and on and on... hundreds and hundrerds of painted label bottles.

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