9/29/2008

Want a Ferrari?

Few weeks back, the real race in the North South Highway saw a Ferrarri hitting dirt and Mercedes came out on top. Last night, the F1 night race again saw Ferrari hitting the wall with Massa dropping to the tail end and Raikkonen crashing out. Ferrari will still be a prized possession in paradise here. We are the best place for the affluent to flaunt their wealth, drive their Ferraris around in comfort and without fear. Paradise is good for Ferrari owners. Malaysia is also good for people who want to own Ferraris. And there are so many Ferraris for them to pick and choose along the North South Highway. Just place the orders and someone will pick it up for you at a small fee. Ferraris are not cheap cars to run and upkeep. Only the rich can afford it even if they can pick them up for free along the highway. And if they do not want a Ferrari, they can pick from the mobile stable of Lamborghinis or Maseratis or other exotic cars. I t is good to be rich and powerful whether you are in paradise or north of paradise. You can have your Ferraris if you still want them. The rich Singaporean owners will deliver them to you personally.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

You have a thing against Malaysian, Haven't you? Well Redbean, I must admit that north of your paradise, things may be a little hairy sometimes. But. when all are said and done, you cannot say that here in paradise crimes do not happen. Maybe the crimes here in paradise are more sophisticated and more covered up. Legalised crimes are everyday occurence. Just take a look at the whole Singaporean system and you will see after careful analysis that unethical practices are often well dressed up and become or considered legal. Remember when you point one finger at someone, you have three fingers pointing at yourself.

redbean said...

my comments are factual and based on empirical evidence. i must agree that yours is also of the same.

Mockingbird said...

Singapore roads not very suited for stretching the legs of a Ferrari. That's why Ferrari owners have to go up to North South Highway for a spin in their Ferraris.

Anonymous said...

Quotable quotes from Dr. Mahathir: When Singaporeans drive their Ferraris on Singapore roads, one step on the accelerator and they end up in the sea.

redbean said...

oh anonymous, you should read my post on Compressed time - new ethos.

Anonymous said...

The Ferrari Effect is like a hangover where it makes you forget reality. It get many Singaporean excited about their futures. Excited they are part of this profuse, extra-vagant high spirited un-restrained abundance.. Truth and ferrari-halo dulls the senses. Reality and truth becomes blurred. One surrenders to perception that this little red dot has indeed arrived...

Its like speed that keeps you going & believing....all is well.

redbean said...

it's good to have a new high.

redbean said...

i think a pot party will be much cheaper than a F1.

Anonymous said...

You are naughty for that last remark, Man.

Like your sense of humour.

patriot

Anonymous said...

Papers first report cost @ $90 million, then papers reported $100 million, after race was over papers again reported ...about $150 million....

Hey they have yet to remove the concrete barriers.. after they remove the barriers and lamps .... (soon)...cost was $200 million.

It just shows there was on limits to spending & spending.. Also they dont care to clarify... You have the MOF watching...?

Either there was no need for accuracy by papers anymore or attitues over who cares anyway.. So what are those guys in MOF paid for..?

redbean said...

the numbers in the main media are real and properly culled from legitimate sources. no need to question their accuracy.