Just like the prophecies foretold from a magical book of sorts, the signs are showing. First, the feedburner count plunged like the stock market from a high of 120+/130+ to just 71. Then the support group that Simply Jean has been so often immersed in has suddenly… "disbanded". Plaktoz – back to camp. Ridz – busy, DK – busy, Miccheng – busy, Alice – sick, Nicole – busy, Ruiping – MIA…

It’s probably just one of those ranting days again. Singapore, except for the recent raise in fuel prices, rice prices, ERP gantries (yes, the gantries, not the ERP fees) and all, had been very quiet recently; especially so when everyone was so disappointed with how the entire Mas Selamat case is being handled, everyone seemed to have lost respect for our DPM Wong. So much so that… everyone seemed to give up talking about them.

Retrospectively, the week crossing May Day had been quite crazy, with an event almost every other day. In fact, there will be 2 events crashing against this Wednesday. Why can’t those social media people start doing something about their dates instead of clashing with each other and forcing people to take sides? The results will always be unexpected.

Ok. Enough ranting. Back to work.

Reader's Comments

  1. zeezzen | May 12th, 2008 at 10:52 am

    Haha, you can join ryan and myself @ rc2 anytime any day… we are here everyday (:

  2. DK | May 12th, 2008 at 10:57 am

    I’m still here what….. 😛

  3. lynn | May 12th, 2008 at 12:47 pm

    hey jean, i stumbled upon your blog a few days ago and you’re now on my rss feed. im actually surprised your readership hovers around the hundreds. i think your writing is thought provoking and you select articles of worth. a very entertaining read actually. im guessing this reflects the sad truth about the singapore blogosphere, that people are more interested in reading controversial, vulgar day-to-day rambles than real life stuff. so from one blogger to another, please blog first for yourself and the rest will fall in place.

  4. Daryl Tay | May 12th, 2008 at 11:52 pm

    Actually, Jean, I think Feedburner is just having problems. A lot of people are noticing their feed subscribers are down like 40%. Hopefully it’ll be solved soon =)

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