YOG and empty stadium

Why students not attending YOG events despite being given free tickets? Why, maybe transport fare is too expensive. You think travelling around is free and the students got so much money to spare?


Anonymous said...

Wow lau..following example of Kuo Chuan Primary, all schools should collect $5 refundable deposit to ensure that students turn up for the games. ...ha ha ha

else haul the parents to night courts similar to TC's non-payment of S&CC

Anonymous said...

Er...how come for once they did not ask new citizen & PR to rally for YOG????

Anonymous said...

thought last election...RCs got free bus to ferry "supporters" to rally...can do the same mah..and throw in food..but not the "poison" type k

Matilah_Singapura said...

Fuck that shit lah. If I were a student I'd prefer hanging out with my friends, playing Wii or X Box, having sex with my gur-fren/ boy- fren and enjoying porno on the internet, or "real sports" played by "professionals". Fuck the YOG shit run by the govt youth council or some other asshole govt shit institution, sold by a dickhead at a political rally to braindead idiots who have no idea of what "having fun" is all about.

Who the fuck wants to attend "games" which are no fun at all? Anything run by the govt is boring, shitty and devoid of any fun. In fact the govt imposes "rules" on what is "appropriate" fun... fucking assholes -- they are completely out of touch with the young people.

Young people don't even listen to the stupid boring music the govt produces. They like hip hop and sexy stuff: hip hop for the power, money and sex, and the sexy stuff by Lady Ga ga, Christina Ag, Beyonce and anyone else who'll shake their booty. Fuck the govt --- they are boring.

And fuck the govt sports too. Why bother when you can have fun playing Grand Theft Auto --- you get to kill people, fuck ho's, deal drugs and drive your car like a maniac, evading the police and REALLY FUN AND EXCITING stuff like that.

Attend YOG? You have to be kidding lah. The YOG is just another extention of school -- that boring, brutal brain-washing institution run by the state designed to beat the individualism out of every child and mould them to the whi,s of the corporate and political masters -- turning every kid into an obedient tax-paying automaton-citizen... like worker bees, slaves to The Hive and The Queen.

Fuck the govts YOG. HAve real fun instead. You don't need the asshole govt to have fun. In fact, avoid them altogether if your idea of "fun" includes "freedom" too.

Anonymous said...

Who said there were empty stadiums?

This is the month of the hungry ghost, so the stadium is full of unseen supporters aka spirits.

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Anonymous said...

whatever said about spectators attendance at YOG, there are actually good sports to watch, esp swimming, gymnastics, athletics, rowing, kayaking,diving which feature world stars of tomorrow.

Anonymous said...

Yes, but why are Singaporeans not interested or simply avoiding the YOG?

I believe it has a lot to do with the free flow of foreigners taking away jobs, clogging up public transport and the Governments stand on the issue. It was pure arrogance, when they said another 100,000 foreigners will be here to do battle with locals for jobs etc.

I would say that Singaporeans are, in fact, sending a quiet and clear signal to the Government: Enough is enough. You ignore our views and pleas, we are ignoring your calls for support.

I think we are beginning to see the fabric of this country being torn apart by the foreigner's policy. Ironically this has nothing to do with race or religion.

Anonymous said...

Me am very sure of one thing.

If the people are happily employed with fair pays and most things are within their affordabilities with average of 8 to 9 hours spend at works, Singaporeans will enjoy sports.

Not when they are worried about their jobs, carreers, what the next meal will be, will the utilities be cut off, can one afford to seek medication and get summon to Court for not paying their housing installments.

Anyway, our leaders are full of falutins of the highest order but never delivered, the citizenry has lost faith in them.


Matilah_Singapura said...

anon 529

> Ironically this has nothing to do with race or religion. <

In that case it would be interesting if race and religion was added to the mix.

Add more chaos to chaos. Will there be more order? Who cares?

There'll definitely be more "newsworthy" consequences.

The problem with this xenophobic expression is that it is not being expressed strongly enough.

If you are going to be an asshole bigot, make sure you make your point -- loud and strong.

Then you might get noticed. :)

Matilah_Singapura said...


> I believe it has a lot to do with the free flow of foreigners taking away jobs, clogging up public transport and the Governments stand on the issue. <

Are you fuckin' high?

The stadium is empty because you think S'poreans are somehow "protesting"?

Holy fucken jesus mary joeseph!

Anonymous said...

Well, we just saw a packed house at the Jalan Besar stadium this evening with Spore defeating Montengoro in a vital football match.

Come on folks, let's give the YOG a breathing some breathing space.

Jetreroy said...

30 bucks for a YOG ticket? I rather catch a few movies...

Chua Chin Leng aka redbean said...

Food seems to be an increasing problem after providing volunteers with spartan food. Food poisoning in a first world country! Wriggling live maggots in food served to athletes?

Where is Singapore? In the jungles of Africa? Shame is the only word I can think of.

Anonymous said...

It is only right that the caterer licence be revoked and ban from the industry forever.


Anonymous said...

Shame? Never! No such thing! Must keep on denying.

They are still high in the clouds, in their own make-believe world.

Chua Chin Leng aka redbean said...

We hold the YOG to show the world how good we are as a first world country, in organisation, health and hygiene, safety and security.

This food problem is tarnishing our image instead.