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Thursday, September 09, 2004
Questions to Ponder
I've read that Singapore's ban on eggs due to the Avian flu from Malaysia is still in effect, and that the only eggs available are imported from other countries.

Unofficial sources provided an almost 300% increase on the eggs, with some stalls selling eggs at 60 SGD cents EACH.

Question : Singapore banned Malaysia's eggs, but Malaysia's population many times over Singapore's population, are (presumably) still consuming the same eggs (that Singapore banned). Is there any news that any Malaysians fall sick as a result of the eggs? What about the consumption of chicken in Malaysia?

Question : Birds fly, don't they? Is there a scheme (e.g. Anti-Air Defence) against birds that fly to Singapore from Malaysia? Do they need a passport to verify last port of dock? 8)

Recognize these??

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