Just a moment ago, I came across the news from MSN, that Paul has died in his aquarium. Paul’s body is now in cold storage while the aquarium decides “how best to mark his passing.”
During his short life span, it is undoubtedly that the genius has gone on to create history in the World Cup.
It started about one week ago when the relationship between England star striker, Wayne Rooney, and Manchester United started to drift apart when the former claimed that the club is meeting him ambitions. Sir Alex Ferguson rubbished his claims and reinstated that Manchester United has a rich history with trophies won from various competitions.
Yesterday, at 5:40pm, the nation’s Prime Minister’s mother and wife of Minister Mentor, Mrs Lee Kuan Yew, has peacefully passed away.
Mrs Lee, whose maiden name was Kwa Geok Choo, was born in December 1920 to banker Mr Kwa Siew Tee and was one of his 8 children. She graduated from Methodist Girls School in 1936 and also topped the 1936 Senior Cambridge Examination for the whole of Malaya and Singapore. She was also the only female student in Raffles Institute where she first met Mr Lee. She had apparently caught the attention of Lee Kuan Yew when she gave him unexpectedly stiff competition for a Queen’s Scholarship.
She has previously suffered a mild stroke in 2003 and another in 2008.