got here in time, for our poker night... for mr. B's wedding.
let's get ready to.... R.U.M.B.L.E.
of cos.... my man.... mentioned me. his best man.
my conclusion... i could be the most mentally stable person.... hence approved by the wife.
me, me, me!
if anyone wants to do websites.... especially wedding ones. i'll secure the replication rights to this one... and resell it to you. contact me for more details.
after THE wedding, of cos, i do have tiny morsels of integrity and decency somewhere in me.
"I want to make sure my hires succeed. In a startup, you want people who can survive without structure -- or who can invent structure as they go. Things likethat don't come through on a résumé."
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Singapore is a relentlessly G-rated experience, micromanaged by a state that has the look and feel of a very large corporation. If IBM had ever bothered to actually possess a physical country, that country might have had a lot in common with Singapore. There's a certain white-shirted constraint, an absolute humorlessness in the way Singapore Ltd. operates; conformity here is the primedirective, and the fuzzier brands of creativity are in extremely short supply.
Many local people in Singapore seemed to feel the need to half-apologize to me about the Singapore government. And every last one of these lamenters was, insome sense or another, affiliated with the Singapore government.