the mrbrown show: budget debate 2007

Budget Debate
Photo by Chilli media

The 2007 Budget Debates are on and so far, everybody says it’s good!

This episode of the mrbrown show is sponsored by The Center for American Education and University of South Florida. Achieve your American Degree in Singapore. Polytechnic Graduates will receive advance standing. For more information, please go to http://www.cae.edu.sg/usf.pdf

Podcast iconPodcast: the mrbrown show 2 Mar 2007: budget debate 2007 (MP3, file size: 1.9mb, Time: 00:03:55)

Subscribe:[feed][iTunes]

Technorati Tags: , ,

21 Responses to “the mrbrown show: budget debate 2007”

  1. zhihao Says:

    hahaha…

    it’s soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo goooood~!

    nice clip from youtube ae?

    cheers =P
    PS: may all be well and happy =)

  2. Hen Says:

    Hahaha….i wanna die from laughter

  3. oceanice Says:

    Pengz!! I laughed so hard I fell down from my chair!

  4. DOM the clown Says:

    Dear Mr Brown,

    This episode is not funny! You guys just went to the parliament and record the real thing! The crews of Mr Brown Show must be getting lazy! LOL!

    Thanks for the “soooooooooooooooooooooo goooooooood” laugh to start my day!

    Cheers!
    DOM

  5. littlecartnoodles Says:

    Yeah ! The Budget is so good that if you burn a copy of it, put the ashes into some water and then drink it, you’d live to be 100 and get to claim more years of Workfare and Offset Packages.

  6. Weiteck The Great Says:

    Come on lah, they need to increase GST to pay the MPs mah…if not how to make them willing to dance hip hop during chingay?

  7. yonlu Says:

    one of the funniest podcasts of this year :) good job

  8. BooBoo Says:

    Good podcast…..Like the last part,no money to upgrade the lift for PTP.The old folks there still have to climb the stairs.Y dun spend some of it to upgrade the lifts to help the old folks to save them from walking up the stairs 3nd or 4nd storey to their house.I have broken my leg once before and during that time there is no lift to every floor,it need a great effort to climb up the stairs where i use one leg to hop to 2nd storey.Should ask them try to hop one leg to 3nd storey everyday and try…

  9. MOCHS Says:

    3 letters to sum up this podcast. L-O-L.

  10. Game of Cards « /meː.təmɔː(r)fiːm/ Says:

    […] I wonder who would sully the Straits Times’ good name: after all, in the interest of public debate and information, we get to hear how great the new Budget is, with each opinion of PAP MP X seconded by PAP MP Y. “Stone the Opposition MP!” […]

  11. Mama Bok Says:

    Can you give me your .. Podcast RSS URL please..?? i can’t seems to link you to my blogtunes.

  12. Mama Bok Says:

    Ooops.. ! i got it already.. thanks.. anyhow.. :)

  13. offspring Says:

    “i will like to go on record”…. that’s LOL. you mean if the MPs don’t say, some persident scholar working as the parliament clerk will not take notes?

    excessive reference to bible.. no no

  14. LOL Says:

    “Fu**ing AWESOME!”

  15. Deceased Says:

    What Budget Debate??

    I don’t see any debating around when the rest of the 80 MPs singing the same tune.
    Only the 2 ‘children’ are raising some points.

    The rest of the 80 ‘adults’ are just echoes of their master voice.

  16. Cara Says:

    :) That was so light but how true…

  17. the mrbrown show » Blog Archive » Top Ten Real Things Singapore MPs said about Budget 2007 Says:

    […] After we posted the Budget Debate 2007 podcast, some people asked us if we were making stuff up. We thought you might like to read what Singapore MPs REALLY said about the Budget, during the Budget debates. […]

  18. demo » Blog Archive » Top Ten Real Things Singapore MPs said about Budget 2007 Says:

    […] Photo by tallkev After we posted the Budget Debate 2007 podcast, some people asked us if we were making stuff up. Of course we were. We thought you might like to read what Singapore MPs REALLY said about the Budget, during the Budget debates. Here are some of our Top Ten favourite things Singapore Members of Parliament said about the 2007 budget: 10. Ms Irene Ng (Tampines GRC): “incredibly generous” 9. Mr Hri Kumar (Bishan-Toa Payoh GRC): “Comprehensive and forward-looking” 8. Dr Ahmad Mohammed Magad (Pasir Ris-Punggol GRC): “Inclusive and a landmark budget” 7. Madam Ho Geok Choo (West Coast GRC): “(Workfare is) Pragmatic, innovative and exemplary” 6. Mr Wee Siew Kim (Ang Mo Kio GRC): called Budget 2007 “generous” and “forward-looking” 5. Dr Amy Khor (Hong Kah GRC): “Good intentioned” and “Made in Heaven” 4. Mr Ong Ah Heng (Nee Soon Central): Said that the generosity of the recent budget is possible under the stewardship of the ruling People’s Action Party. 3. Mr Inderjit Singh (Ang Mo Kio GRC): “This is one of the best, if not the best budgets, I have seen.” and “Wonderful” 2. Ms Lee Bee Wah (Ang Mo Kio GRC): “Pang sai ka che jamban” (Want to take a dump then look for toilet). And the Number One position goes to (drum roll please): 1. Dr Fatimah Lateef (Marine Parade GRC): “Let me share with her that nowhere else in the world can you get a Budget which includes love and compassion in abundance as this one.” […]

  19. Uncle Su Says:

    I don’t really get background stories a lot now that I’m in the states.

    But then again, if every podcast have a disclaimer and a background story, it won’t sound as funny anymore.

    But then again, I can only blame myself for not reading the news. We only got Bush news here.

  20. jx Says:

    oh my this is “sooooooooooooooooo good”.. haha..

    Good one.

  21. Buay Ta Han Says:

    With our garmen so smart, our people don’t need news. No news is really good news and by the way, nothing is new.

    For us it is simple. You must think like a kid to be a good citizen and “cum sai” the garmen. But get your Ph.d to be a good money making scholar.

Leave a Reply