the mrbrown show: hard to burn

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Podcast iconPodcast: the mrbrown show 13 Jan 2009: heroes of the economy Download MP3 (MP3, file size: 1.5mb, Time: 00:02:54)

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14 Responses to “the mrbrown show: hard to burn”

  1. illusionx Says:

    woo offical first comment, lol skin too thick to get burned.

  2. adeline Says:

    ALAMAK! Now those supposedly best of the best monkeys at the top of the tree will look down to those monkeyssss below hanging on for dear life and think of ways to tell the latter this…

    ahem! my job is dangerous. I need more bonuses as I need to wear designer clothes designed to be inflammable and even un-explosivable, and must wear designer shoes that allow me to bounce away to safety when danger arise. And… The grafts that will be nice to have should not be skin grafts, lah, or else how to work hard for you and then have my $50,000 family vacation, right? Right?

    [[ involving innocent monkeys is an idea taken from your previous production, from your fan’s comments. ]]

  3. Nanonano Says:

    I think after this incident all MP should go for commando training lesson inistead of cooking lesson.

    hahaha

  4. meepok Says:

    I think the gahmen should seriously consider employing Steven Seagal, Jean Claude Van Damme, Wesley Snipes & Dolph Lundgren to replace our current CBL Ministers & JLB MPs…

    They’re better looking, much taller (except for Van Damme), know martial arts and very much cheaper than our million dollar Ministers!

    They may even consider throwing in Chuck Norris for free if we get the whole package deal!

  5. puny mortal Says:

    Aiyah…… where got burn so easily one! All MPs and top civil servants are superior mortals, so wouldn’t get burn one. The only thing from them that can get burned are the chicken from their French cooking course. We lesser mortals are more likely to get burned by the recession, the lehman and the gahmen, and become an immortal after that.

  6. Lesser mortal Says:

    Mr Tan Yong Soon had written a book called “Living The Singapore Dream” http://mediaclub.stomp.com.sg/blogheads/post.php?blogid=79

    http://catalogue.nlb.gov.sg/cgi-bin/cw_cgi?fullRecord+12205+3002+12850965+2+3

    I guess being able to spend so much on french cooking class, he is indeed living the singapore dream

  7. adeline Says:

    Yah lor, Lesser Mortal.

    Yah lor, only the multimillionaires (MMs) in top public service such as Tan Yong Soon get to live the Singapore Dream.

    Yah lor…we on the ground only get to DREAM the Singapore Dream! Smell oso don’t have.
    How to talk about Singapore Dream leh. They live the dream but we puny ones with no or very little merits living in a meritocracy society can ONLY dream lah. Worse still, cannot blame them what.
    DREAM ON. Dream on the Singapore Dream!!!

  8. tanek Says:

    Just a thought, i don’t think people actually hire PIs to dig up dirt on civil servants in politics, at least not here in sunny, diplomatic singapore nor is our news media spontaneous enough with showing their other-than-clean, upright and moral image. But yet, they’re still able to screw up their PR and spark outrage through the general population. Maybe Mr Tan would like to take up Archery lessons next. He might learn that wearing a bullseye is not exactly the kind of fashion statement one as immortal as himself should be making.

  9. philipFong Says:

    Yeah! so dammed highly paid and highly insensitive. Maybe MPs and top civil servants with multi million pays should donate to the poorest of the poor in singapore. instead of bragging about their expensive holidays and cookig courses lo

  10. The Singapore Daily » Blog Archive » Weekly Roundup: Week 04 Says:

    […] Tan Yong Soon can cook, Charles Chong tells us lesser mortals to f#*k off - Gerald Giam: Minister rebukes perm sec for ‘lacking sensitivity’ - Sg Enquirer: The Tan Yong Soon cooking fiasco: what lessons it hold for both the government and blogosphere - i have succumbed to peer pressure: Rapped for insensitivity, and it’s all thanks to… - Everyday’s Life in a Snapshot: WOW.2million dollar minister: Mr Tan should have exercised empathy. - My Singapore News: The insensitivity of the elite - Anonymous X: A senior Singaporean civil servant reprimanded for publicising his family’s vacation at a top French cooking school [Thanks wacky_artz] - Wayang Party Club: Bloggers’ outcry over top civil servant’s extravagance elicits response from minister and head of civil service - Wayang Party Club: PAP MP Charles Chong: you “lesser mortals” are just envious of Tan Yong Soon - Diary of A Lesser Mortal: Don’t be harsh on Tan Yong Soon.. - Yawning Bread: Move on, shut up - empty_vessels: OMGWTFDAIRYQUEENBBQ - Everyday’s Life in a Snapshot: Lesser mortals, unite and remove the GREATER mortal! - Insane Polygons: We Be Lesser Mortals - Insane Polygons: What Victory? - Dot Seng: Why Elites Regularly Mess Up The Kitchen – The Public Grilling of An Accident Chef - Yummy BBQ Chicken Wings: The secret is out. The old man is an immortal [Thanks bbqchickenwings] - Memoirs of a Conscript in the Lion City: Lesser Mortals: Tell me what we’re fighting for again? - SilentAssassin’s Archive: Out of Touch - ALVINOLOGY: Who is Charles Chong? - Wayang Party Club: The Charles Chong classification of different MORTAL CASTES in Singapore - vinyarb: lesser mortal, and lovin it - the mrbrown show: hard to burn - Hard Hitting in the Lion City: Just Stupid - Cavalierio: Discordant note - Pax Singaporeana [Recommended] - Sam’s thoughts: Sacrebleu! Singapore is classed - The Singapore Enquirer: MP Charles Chong’s reply to blogger draws more flak from online community - Kaffein-nated: Get out of my ‘greater mortal’ face! - The Secret Political Blog: I am a Lesser Mortal! - The Void Deck: Elitism Rawkz! (My lesser mortal ass) - The Kway Teow Man: A Tale of Two Singapores - Misanthropic And Loving It!: I live in a country populated by idiots - The Intelligent Singaporean: Deconstructing the Singapore Dream [Wai Chung’s review of Tan Yong Soon’s book “Living the Singapore Dream” sheds light on the current issue. Thanks Wai Chung] […]

  11. fynyx Says:

    Really rolling on the floor laughing out loud:

    … “My nose! … Aunty, gong xi, gong xi, gong xi ni ya” (Save umbrella for rainy day)

    … ‘One kind of attitude’ (”One man…”)

    Thanks for the fire-eating show, mrbrown!

  12. Alvin Ho Says:

    nice podcast. its hard not to listen

  13. bubble Says:

    your webby rocks !

  14. Justin Tan Wen Cong Says:

    Aiyah…… where got burn so easily one! All MPs and top civil servants are superior mortals, so wouldn’t get burn one. The only thing from them that can get burned are the chicken from their French cooking course. We lesser mortals are more likely to get burned by the recession, the lehman and the gahmen, and become an immortal after that.

    Then, Jing Nan and Tyra wanted to cook potato chips for their seprate MPs.

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