n a condition wherein the two visual axes of the eyes are not aimed at a single object. In paralytic strabismus the muscles in the eyes are unable to move because of infection, tumor, or injury. In nonparalytic strabismus, there is a defect in the location of the eyes in relationship to their focal point. Also called "squint", "crossed eye", "google eye", "boss eye", "yinty eye", "cock eye", "bodger's peeper", "wonk eye", and "wok eye".
In her version of the oft quoted advice from the people in power, "My way or the highway", a certain pink blogger has paraphrased it thus: "But we must progress WITH Singapore ... Or get out."
Frankly, there must be many who wish they have the option of doing just that, what with the current state of misgovernance that is on track to turn our women folk into domestic help.
"You know, the cure for all this talk is really a good dose of incompetent government. You get that alternative and you'll never put Singapore together again: Humpty Dumpty cannot be put together again... my asset values will disappear, my apartments will be worth a fraction of what they were, my ministers' jobs will be in peril, their security will be at risk and their women will become maids in other people's countries, foreign workers. I cannot have that! " - LKY, Straits Times, 5 April 2007
A friend lamented that he should have stayed on in Australia after completing his tertiary education there, instead of being the filial son and coming home to be around with his aging parents. Having planted his roots, like all NSmen trained to handle firearms, he is not about to leave without a fight. Especially when the enemy is from within.