Mad justice

Edith Sitwell once said that the public will believe anything, so long as it is not founded on truth. Maybe, this is true in a land where truth fluctuates along with the dollar rate. On the rare occasion that someone stumbles on the truth, people kick it to a corner, pick up their spilled umbrellas and rush off to the MRT.

But in a country with very few truths, at least it’s easy to enumerate what’s left. Traffic is terrible. The government is generally corrupt. Chickenjoy will always trump the McChicken meal. And the justice secretary is a moron and a madman, not a few suspect.
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Apr 29, 2007 under General | no comment