the mrbrown show: the persistently non-political podcast no. 6

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Political aspirant, Jeff Lopez, the Man and His Ideas, goes for lunch. And finds himself embroiled in a controversy that focuses the spotlight on his very integrity and credibility.

This audio podcast does not contain “persistent political content” because that is prohibited during the election period under the Singapore’s Election Advertising Regulations. Remember, prison got no broadband!

Podcast iconPodcast: the mrbrown show 1 May 2006: the persistently non-political podcast no. 6 (MP3, Filesize: 1.5mb, Time: 00:02:58)

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19 Responses to “the mrbrown show: the persistently non-political podcast no. 6”

  1. Bak Chor Mee podcast Tur Kwa desktop wallpaper at the mrbrown show Says:

    […] In honour of the hugely popular episode of the mrbrown show podcast, the persistently non-political podcast no. 6, aka Bak Chor Mee episode, we got our good friend Artgerm to do us a little desktop wallpaper. […]

  2. Bak Chor Mee Tur Kwa Wallpaper at My Very Own Glob {Curiosa Felicitas} Says:

    […] In honour of the hugely popular episode of the mrbrown show podcast the persistently non-political podcast no. 6, aka Bak Chor Mee episode, we got our good friend Artgerm to do us a little desktop wallpaper. […]

  3. Channelnewsasia.com Says:

    Blogging activity up during Singapore election campaigning…

    Serious discussion aside, there were also political satires, like one podcast by bloggers mrbrown and Mr Miyagi.

    The podcast, which was a parody of the James Gomez affair, had 60,000 downloads and some 100,000 partial downloads. …

  4. my sanctuary » Blog Archive » Mr. Brown’s Bak Chor Mee Says:

    […] From The Mr.BrownShow - The Persistently Non-Political Podcast No.6 (http://www.mrbrownshow.com/?p=67) […]

  5. Bak Chor Mee CCTV at My Very Own Glob {Curiosa Felicitas} Says:

    […] Proving that life is never too far off from bloggers’ fiction, reader Derrick Sim emailed me this photo he took of a bak chor mee stall in Hougang that had a CCTV installed. […]

  6. Found: Upmarket Bak Chor Mee Stall at My Very Own Glob {Curiosa Felicitas} Says:

    […] Wah laoz! Gotz Bak Chor Mee stallz so stylo one ah? Coolz man! […]

  7. PR Academy Annual Conference at My Very Own Glob {Curiosa Felicitas} Says:

    […] Thank you PR Academy for having us speak at its 5th Annual Conference. This year’s topic was New Media and something something. I can’t really remember because I was very sick. Nonetheless, apart from a little stage fright when I realised the large audience, we had fun with our little show and tell - which also gave us the chance to air the tur kua episode one more time. […]

  8. Life's Great Expectations! Says:

    Singapore Election 2006: The Short Side Gallery : )…

    Listen the lighter side of things analagous to the recent election….

  9. itsme. Says:

    Tuesday, June 20, 2006…

    Bak Chor Mee podcast:
    check it out! wahahaha.

    hahahahahax. its super dupa funny….

  10. little bridge » 新加坡布朗事件 Says:

    […] 另外,mr brown也是新加坡最受欢迎的播客网,the mrbrown show的主持人。the mrbrown show其中一集《肉脞面》(the mrbrown show 1 May 2006: the persistently non-political podcast no. 6)据说录得有10万次的下载(见《肉脞面》- 新媒体)。 […]

  11. im the guy that is the guy which is also the guy who is not the girl that is also the boy Says:

    very very very funny lolololololololololololololol gggggg

  12. TheHelper Says:

    Move On Your Si Lang Tao ar…hahahaha

  13. The Sequel to Bar Chor Mee at Subjectif Says:

    […] The Sequel to Bar Chor Mee Published by colination 2 minutes ago in Notes and News Tags: No Tags. If you have no idea what on earth is PM Lee talking about during his National Day Rally, well perhaps you have missed one of the best of local blog favours. Let me help you by backtracking to the mrbrown show, the persistently non-political podcast no. 6, in which the James Gomez incident was allerged into a buying Bar Chor Mee (minced meat noodles in teochew) incident. Listen to the original podcast here. […]

  14. unknown Says:

    how to dl?

  15. the mrbrown show » Blog Archive » Bak Chor Mee Stall CCTV Says:

    […] Note: This post does not contain a podcast/vodcast. It’s only about a photo a reader sent in about a CCTV at a Bak Chor Mee Stall. For the dozens of people who are trying to download the ‘Bak Chor Mee’ podcast, it is here. […]

  16. Case study: Mr Brown « Mr Zee Design Musings Says:

    […] Among all the 11 episodes of the series, No. 6 is a skit allegedly allegorizes the then James Gomez incident into a quarrel between a minced pork noodle (Bak Chor Mee) vendor and a customer. This episode made Mr. Brown a celebrity podcaster (or blogger), especially when it was mentioned by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in his National Day speech. […]

  17. Case study: Mr Brown « Mr Zee and the New Media Says:

    […] Among all the 11 episodes of the series, No. 6 is a skit allegedly allegorizes the then James Gomez incident into a quarrel between a minced pork noodle (Bak Chor Mee) vendor and a customer. This episode made Mr. Brown a celebrity podcaster (or blogger), especially when it was mentioned by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in his National Day speech. […]

  18. Persistently Non-Political « Socect’s Weblog Says:

    […] It is obvious from the posts in this blog that things going on in America’s election cycle are a point of reference for things I think about. But following one of the bright lights of social commentary here in Singapore, I want to assure and assert that this is and will remain a persistently non-political blog. To anyone reading what I have posted to date, it should not be too difficult to figure out where my general political sympathies lie in the American scheme of things. But I really want this blog to be about matters more related to teaching and research; and really do not want this to become a space for political rants. […]

  19. Singapore, I’m Coming | Nick Chan Dot Net Says:

    […] Eat Bak Chor Mee. […]