MR WANG: Orrrrrr! You die already! Look whose feelings you have hurt. Bad karma, you know! Scold PAP, not enough, you scold Tomorrow editor some more!
STEVEN: Mr Wang, how can this be my fault. All I did was cut and paste someone else's article into my own blog.
MR WANG: It -is- your fault. As Cowboy Caleb said, you just love to "gloat and tear people down" when they hit a snag. This is such typical bloooody McDermottie behaviour.
STEVEN: I didn't even know what kind of snag the Tomorrow editors hit. I thought I made that plain on my blog.
MR WANG: That's the problem with you, Steven. Don't know, still want to talk soooooo much!
STEVEN: But what I cut and pasted was written by La Idler, a Tomorrow editor. And what La Idler wrote was an open letter, for the whole world to read!
MR WANG: Open letter, SO WHAT! You still want to make excuses. Can't stand you, you, ... you chao angmo! Just because something is made available on the Internet for the whole wide world to see doesn't mean you are allowed to talk about it, you know!
STEVEN: In case you forgot, Cowboy Caleb also said that -you- are also gloating and tearing them down. And -you- are the one who put up all those funny pictures poking fun at them. I think that's what THEY are really angry about.
MR WANG: How dare you point fingers at me! Everyone knows that funny pictures are COMPULSORY on my blog! You just have no blooody sense of humour! All you ever do is cut & paste!
STEVEN: Mr Wang, wake up your ideas. You think everyone has a sense of humour like you? Even La Idler has apologised to the other Tomorrow editors for the trouble caused. They had a meeting and now they are one big happy family again.
MR WANG: Oh, issit? All is well? Tomorrow is STRONGER than EVAR before?
STEVEN: Of course. Didn't you notice WHO didn't attend the meeting? I hear the meeting went very well. And they even ....
MR WANG: Don't tell me, I don't want to know! I don't want to know! The less I know, the better. Or I'll get more people accusing me of gloating and tearing this and that up and down and left and right.
STEVEN: Oh, forget it. This Tomorrow topic is just too difficult for kids like you and me. Let's talk about less-serious things, like human rights or the public protest against GIC, HDB and CPF.
"But there IS no evil at Tomorrow!"