Friday, October 19, 2007

No Brainer

Here's what greeted us at DSO (Defence Science Organisation) National Laboratories. A very quick thinking friend commented "Brain washing!" And I let out a loud hoot.
After we were done with the meeting, I actually had the audacity to stand at the so termed "Brainforest", gawk at the stupid looking fountain and take some photos.
What were they thinking of when they erected this mockery? Can't they anticipate that the underlying connotation is TOO obvious to ignore?

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Blogger crazychick said...

ahahahaha!!! this is seriously hilarious!! they give them brains a good wash before draining them away! lol!!! XD

1:45 PM  
Anonymous Wilfrid said...

Ha ha ha ... I must say although I am pretty open to all form of art, this "Brainforest" is pretty gross!

Is it how Singapore envisages the future to be? Just plug all the raw brains into the "system" and run the govenment that way?! Sound like the show "Matrix".


12:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dearest IVY!!! :D

*ThanK U* for being so understanding!!!
Yah! So busy nowadays~
Like TIME is not enough to use like this!!!

Eeks! The BrainForest looked awful leh!!!
Not eye-candy at all~! Eeks!!! :X

*WAHAHA*! "Brain-Washing"!!! :P
*THUMBS UP* to your Friend!!!
*hehehe*!!! :P

Take care always, dear IVY!!!
Keep in touch!!! :D

LoVe, VV aka VIVIEN!!! :D

10:17 PM  
Blogger crazychick said...

hmmmmm... i wonder what happened to my comment? i'm pretty sure i posted!! i must have forgotten to click the publish button :D

anyways i agree with wilfrid above... this is plain gross... not to mention pretty hilarious! hahahaha!!! XD brain wash already then brain drain all the juice away!!! hahahahaha!! :P

8:52 AM  
Blogger hmmwv said...

Brain and rain? These people are responsible for most of the dumbass stuff in the world, anyway.

10:55 AM  
Blogger Naka said...

A really stupid sculpture. They should have used their brains for removing greenhouse gases or eliminating poverty, not more brains to show off and asking for admiration. =.=

12:18 AM  
Blogger I.V.Y. said...

Yes to all of the above comments. Sometimes, the civil service sectors run on a different wavelength. But then again, we may be the minority. =P

12:26 PM  

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