Lui cites some ghost survey to prove point about increased commuter satisfaction
Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew recently commented that a wild Public Transport Customer Satisfaction Survey done by SIM University found out that 91.3% of commuters were satisfied with public transport in 2014. Given the unreliability of public transport these days, netizens began to throw rotten eggs at Minister Lui.
1. The grown up Singaporean
2. ERP is solid
We also never see before.
It is apparent that Minister Lui’s popularity is at an all-time low.
4. $1 salary
Desmond Kuek is the CEO of SMRT.
Because the current state of our public transport has no appropriate words to describe it.
6. SMRT Airlines
Later mid-flight the plane break down.
7. The curse of Khaw Boon Wan
8. How useless can Lui go?
“I’ll take the front seat to watch them harakiri with my popcorn.”
9. Bed of money
10. An appropriate quote
We checked it out, and yes this quote actually exists.
11. The suitable degree of bowing
Now here’s a logical comment.
13. ‘Jiak sai’
14. On hope
Minister Lui on Facebook: “Hope to resume full service soon.”
The odds of striking the TOTO jackpot are 1 in 13,983,816.
Brings to mind Bon Jovi’s famous song Livin’ On A Prayer.
“Whoa, we’re half way there
Whoa, livin’ on a prayer
Take my hand and we’ll make it – I swear
Whoa, livin’ on a prayer”
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