Monthly Archives: September 2006

Veni, Vidi, Velcro*

“Veni, Vidi, Velcro”– “I came, I saw, I’m stuck” “Per Ardua Ad Alta”– “Through hard work, great heights are achieved” (University of Birmingham Motto)

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IMF-WB Meetings in town: My View*

NB: This entry was written before I entered university and studied the World Bank and the IMF in greater detail. With all the hubbub over the two international economic organisations arriving here in Singapore—the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the … Continue reading

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This is a Scouting Light of mine Part II*

2000: Fighting for it all I can’t remember how it happened but yes I found out that I was promoted to APL for Swift Patrol. Well yes practically almost all the Sec Twos got the APL rank. I suppose you … Continue reading

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This is a Scouting Light of mine Part I*

So here is the ACS Scouts memories entry as I promised. I actually planned this one to be posted in 2004 or 2005 but scrapped the idea in favour of the Frankenberg memories one. That one is still unfinished due … Continue reading

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Massachusetts rewritten*

And so I also wrote a song entitled IDSS sung to the tune of Massachusetts (by the Bee Gees) IDSS Feel I’m going back to IDSS Something telling me I must go back And the laughter came out in IDSS … Continue reading

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Revolution in Military Affairs

Revolution in Military Affairs is a topic covered in IDSS, which deals which the future of military warfare, not just the organizational, but the technological aspect of it. There is a pretty good definition of it over here. While I … Continue reading

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Fast update

Some quick updates (again, I’m in the midst of another long entry): In a short side note, Sunday’s Bible Study was really funny. Colin was leading it and we focused on 1st John. He was talking on the part “Do … Continue reading

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