Thursday, January 24, 2008

Should I Publish This Comment?

Take a look at this print screen and help me decide if I should publish or reject this mean and cursing comment.
Psst, Anonymous, are you a "disgraceful" Singaporean? Why so defensive?

My stand is that bloggers have the right to say what they feel, its their blog. If you do not like it, then don't read.
If you are too afraid to reveal who you are, keep your hands off the keyboard.
If you have nothing constuctive to say, keep your hands off the keyboard.


Mike Lee said...

Ignore all those who post as anonymous giving spiteful comments.

Jas aka paced said...

Mike: Thanks!

chillycraps said...

what a loser.

*breathe in, breathe out*

ok paced, bless him.

DK said...

Post it and let the world see how immature these people can be. :D

Jas aka paced said...


DK: Indirectly, I've posted already. Hehe... But honestly, I think us bloggers would welcome some constructive debate on anything we post. Discuss issue, not blogger.

DK said...

I also ganna a fair bit of such comments. It seems like when they can't win you by intelligent conversation, they resort to insulting you.

Loser with a capital L.

Jas aka paced said...


Feliz said...

Hi thanks for your comments on my blog. The company better approved my claim or else.. hehe.

I saw your blog post as well, some Singaporeans are just.. oh well.

E.g. People who 'chop' seats with tissue paper, kiasu people who don't move to the rear end of the bus during peak hours.. countless disgraceful acts by typical Singaporeans!

mummy's little pig said...

hi paced,

i'm also a cancer survivor and have a fair share of insensitive remarks. i've conditioned myself to ignore such stupid people.

glad to see that you're doing well. all the best!

Jas aka paced said...

Hi Mummy's little pig,
Thanks for sharing! All the best to you too! Glad to know another survivor. Live Strong!

Jas aka paced said...

HI Feliz, thanks for dropping by!
Of the comments I left on your blog, just sharing my sentiments and exclaiming out loud at the CRAZY ERP charges. OMG! I've never ever seen ERP of $9!!!

Oh yah, about the examples of ungracious acts, I agree. And I think with the new disabled-friendly buses around, more people are not going to move to the rear due the step.
I agree with the government's and transport providers' initiative to make transportation disabled-friendly because they have (I stress) the right to travel as cheaply (despite the rising costs which is getting not so very cheap every year) as non-disabled people. However, I do wish the transport provider could actually think a little into the design of the buses that they are acquiring.
Being Singaporeans, and a little lazy at times and not moving to the rear, I don't see how the new design buses encourages people to move to the rear. (And I did see that happen many times already where people crowd the "wheel-chair holding area" and refuse to take a step up and move to an area further back into the bus where not a single soul is standing.)

Agnes said...

Just ignore it! He/she just dun know what is the meaning of blog!

Jas aka paced said...

Hehe Agnes