Monday, April 30, 2007
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Sunday, April 29, 2007
WARNING : This clip contains spoiler material. Watch at your own expense. :)
Check out this site that spills Heroes juice.
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Thursday, April 26, 2007
Drama Club - Gold
Choir - Silver
Band - Gold
The arts scene in SAS is really looking up. :)
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Sunday, April 22, 2007
Today is Earth Day.
What have you done today that will help conserve the earth for the next 100 years so that you will still be able to live on it til the day you grow old?
Read a story about Earth Day.
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Tuesday, April 17, 2007
15 - 3 - Devaraj putting his peers under serious scrutiny when he demonstrated the real spirit to cheering -->way to go dude! (or is it Zigger?)
After all that had been said and shed, yesterday's match rocked because...
- the whole school had gathered for a commendable display of the SAS school spirit
- meeting old friends like Mr Koa Chee Meng and Miss Wendy Yong
- receiving friendly gestures from my first batch of ex-students who came back to show their support - some spotting wild and long manes and/or with added arsenal of GFs.
- sitting among both the great and the small all attired in a sea of blue and white
- hearing important people in authority scream and yell like emo-teenagers all over again during the match
- a hoarsed-voice Mr Ng reminding the spectators to cheer the players on in the final minutes as the game was not yet over
- the 2 spectacular tackles by Hasiff and Robert that sent the opponents to the level of dust mites, and sparking off abyss-deep groans from the SAS cheering squad
- Robert returning to the field for the last bit of the game and from the spectators' stand, hearing him yell at the rest of the team not to give up - what a display of strength and courage in the face of grim adversity!
- his face-saving penalty kick that rolled the `0' away
- having the C Div game still next term to kick some ass!
Thanks guys for a great B Div season! :)
- Devaraj putting his peers under serious scrutiny when he demonstrated the real spirit to cheering -->way to go dude! (or is it Zigger?)
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Sunday, April 15, 2007
1n3 boys :
The Forum web address for Project Ace is :
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Rugby B Div Finals
16 April (Mon)
Time : 430pm
Venue : Police Academy
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Friday, April 13, 2007
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Thursday, April 12, 2007
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Wednesday, April 11, 2007
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Everyone wants a piece of the billionairess. I'm not pro-violence but this clip is rather interesting.
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The Secret to Helping Africa like Oprah
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Tuesday, April 10, 2007
One of my influences in life - Oprah Winfrey on Dr. Martin Luther King.
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Sunday, April 08, 2007
B Div Rugby
10 April 2007 (Monday)
Venue : Old Police Academy (Thomson Road)
Time : 3pm
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Friday, April 06, 2007
Haven't we all heard that before?
I checked up the faithful online Longman and I was pleasantly surprised by my discovery. Here's how the vocabulary folks define the word:
1) unfairly preferring one person or group over another:
Of course I'm biased, but I thought my daughter's paintings were the best.
racially biased attitudes
biased against/towards/in favour of
news reporting that was heavily biased towards the government
2) more interested in a particular thing than in another
The majority of infants are biased towards being social rather than being antisocial.
My intuition was right. The word is presented both in the postive and negative light. Do indulge me in this train of thought after you have blurted out the comment so loudy in class, some very rudely I might add?
What is your favourite sport? Why do you choose say, soccer, over squash? Regarding that latest "Linkin Park" CD you have just bought - what made you decide not to pick "Fall Out Boy"'s offering? You are hungry and it is recess time. The queues at the Muslim stall and the one selling pizzas are always long. How about the time you sneaked into the auditorium screening "300" instead of heading to watch "Mr Bean's Holiday" which you had bought the tickets to - did you realise that it was an unlawful favourite choice?
So you think you are not - biased?
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Thursday, April 05, 2007
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Tuesday, April 03, 2007
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I guess I have not updated this blog as regularly as before with snapshots of my encounters in SAS. So I thought I will also start penning my thoughts on a few issues around the village. In case you get carried away thinking that you will be able to pick up some juicy bites here, please surf elsewhere. I know better to avoid controversy. :)
So here it goes.
On teacher absenteesm...
I was standing in for some teachers today. Students often ask me (I'm sure they do so out of their deepest concern for the plights of teachers who are missing-in-action), "Sir, where's Miss X?"
You know, I find that question very intriguing.
My response? I would frown, most sincerely, peer into my pockets and reply, "She's not in my pocket. I'm sorry I cannot help you out here."
Many students catch the drift cum humour quickly but to the absolute clueless, they often leave with this bewildered expression on their faces and probably a conclusion that this teacher is a total wacko.
My point being - most of the time, we do not know why other teachers are absent from school. Even if we do, we are not entitled to reveal the personal agendas of our colleagues to students.
Nevertheless, thanks for the enquiry. Next time, try the MTD (Missing Teachers Department). :)
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