Saturday, 31 May 2008

w00t! 2nd highest number of posts in a month

OCT 06 [61post]

MAY 08 [48]
NOV 06 [48]


Wrong seasons?

Jakarta's starting to flood in June [typically around February]

I'm turning all emo and upset, reflecting on my past, etc. in June [typically December]

It's been cloudy OR raining these few days in Singapore [typically nearer to December...]

I'm telling you, the seasons' messed up!


Yeah, I sure am...
Thinking about my O Levels...
Really wonder why... even though this isn't the worst yet...
Why am I feeling so breathless?
Getting really concerned...

Music Chart for the moment - 31 May 08

1. Coldplay - Viva La Vida
2. Jason Mraz - I'm Yours
3. Madonna - Devil Wouldn't Recognise You
4. Coldplay - Violet Hill
5. Natasha Bedingfield - Pocketful of Sunshine

6. Muse - Starlight
7. Jack Johnson - If I Had Eyes
8. OneRepublic - Apologise
9. Radiohead - Faust Arp
10. Jason Mraz - Lucky [feat. Colbie Caillat]

SeeqPod - Playable Search

Thursday, 29 May 2008


So far so good...

Only complaint: Why can't Time Machine and Aperture work together to back up my photos, while making it easy for me to recover deleted ones?

And iMovie?

And Office 08?

I don't get it.

Tuesday, 27 May 2008

Prefix? Suffix?

Was just listening to The Bugle. It's some podcast by 2 British-accent guys discussing the news.

Heard something that "stimulated" me to make this post. [inspiration is not appropriate here, i think]

Comparing Anti-abortion campaigns to Pro-abortion campaigns is just wrong.


Anti-abortion means being against abortions. Meaning that they aim to stop abortions. Nothing wrong about that.

But the Pro-abortion campaigns are just....erm.... they're just wrong!

How can you be pro-abortion? want to cut the human population?

What? You want an increase in abortion rates, until we reach 100% abortions amongs ALL pregnant women? well, that's what the group is campaigning for!

So, when comparing, make sure it's "Anti-abortion" with "Pro-CHOICES".

This is not a joke. this is a gentle reminder. Your prefix may be right, but the root word may be wrong!

Guess the formula!

Some thing completely irrelevant to our 'O' Level, but anyway, see if you can figure out what this formula means...

HINT: relevant to "l'appareil-photo de trou d'épingle" [il est en français]

or, if you speak German, "relevant zur Splintlochkamera"

d=1.9\sqrt{f \lambda}

Wiki article of the week: DSPS

Delayed sleep-phase syndrome (DSPS), also known as delayed sleep-phase disorder (DSPD) or delayed sleep-phase type (DSPT), is a circadian rhythm sleep disorder, a chronic disorder of the timing of sleep, peak period of alertness, core body temperature, hormonal and other daily rhythms relative to societal norms. People with DSPS tend to fall asleep well after midnight and have difficulty waking up in the morning.

Often, people with the disorder report that they cannot sleep until early morning, but they fall asleep at about the same time every "night", no matter what time they go to bed. Unless they have another sleep disordersuch as sleep apnea in addition to DSPS, patients can sleep well and have a normal need for sleep. Therefore, they find it very difficult to wake up in time for a typical school or work day. If, however, they are allowed to follow their own schedule, e.g. sleeping from 4 a.m. to noon, they sleep soundly, awaken spontaneously, and do not feel sleepy again until their next "night".

The syndrome usually develops in early childhood or adolescence,[1] and sometimes disappears in adolescence or early adulthood. It can be to a greater or lesser degree treatable depending on the severity, but has not yet been found to be fully curable.

DSPS was first formally described in 1981 by Dr. Elliot D. Weitzman and others at Montefiore Medical Center.[2] It is responsible for 7–10% of cases where patients complain of chronic insomnia.[3] However, as few doctors are aware of its existence, it often goes untreated or is treated inappropriately. DSPS is frequently misdiagnosed as primary insomnia or as a psychiatric condition.[4]

Saturday, 24 May 2008


HINT: This item has been in my wishlist for [if I recall correctly] approximately one year.

In reality, I have been yearning for it for much longer.....

So please, if you can afford the time, money, and sacrifice....

for my next birthday, which is 9 months away...
Please get me a ME to YOU bear.

Like, come on!!! Isn't it cute?!
And besides, you have 9 months to save up! I'm telling you in advance!!!

[the bear in this picture is not mine. it's Aaron Chua's brother's.]

2x the view in 7 months...

Oct 2, 2007....

Mar 20, 2008...

May 24, 2008...

2,000 hits in 2 months...
6,500 hits in 7 months...

here's to the haters, the nay-sayers, and the non-supporters, who only know one thing, which is to bring down a person:

how many people actually listen to your opinions?

12 Tennis courts?

AT&T Park, San Fran. See the Coca Cola 'bottle' in the top right?

what is this? 12 tennis courts on the roof of some building in San Francisco? was kinda surprised to see this while I was fooling around Google Street View in San Francisco, around the Golden Gate Bridge

iPhone keyboard.

iPhone keyboard: only for the small-fingered, high dexterity, precise pulsation, 10-fingered people.


Veronica Belmont said:"oh iPhone, I love how you pick the wrong word for me, and I don't notice until its too late"
referring to her earlier post,"seeing Indy tonight. keeping my expections nice and low. "

Also, Tom Merrit said,"oh iPhone. When I typed 'in' I meant 'in' not 'I'd 3' or whatever the hell it was you changed it to."
referring to his reply to "@bigepaz": "was packing 3 I'd. Tubes of liquid into her baggie right to the last. Impressive what that girl can fit in a sandwhich bag!"

So, wha'dya say? Plastic keyboards???

Web pick of the week: TinyURL


What it is?
It's basically a website that can help you shorten URL links.

Give them the URL you want to shorten, let's say,

And they'll give you this URL

When you click on that shortened link, it will redirect you to the URL you gave to them!

Best of all, it's free, it doesn't require a login, and you can post that shortened link anywhere!

It's convenient for the Twitter services or MSN nicknames, where you're only allowed a limited number of characters.

Now, the only downside is that if some idiot were evil enough, they could technically pass you a tinyurl link which redirects you to a phishing site, porn site, etc. you get the idea. It can be used for nefarious purposes, so be aware.

But besides that, have fun with the web pick of the week!

Friday, 23 May 2008


With fluorescents and LEDs making major headway in the market, energy efficient alternatives to the incandescent bulb are becoming big business. That having been said, the next big thing could be coming out of a partnership between Saazs and Saint-Gobain Innovations in the form of Planilum—the "world's first light emitting glass." Planilum is only 0.8-inches thick and is composed of four layers of special glass, a rare gas and serigraphed phosphors—which will give you 500,000 hours or around 20 years of normal usage.

Because of their soft glow, Planilum lights only get about as hot as the human body, which means that there is no need for a shade or diffuser. They are also about 90% recyclable because the design is nearly all glass. For these reasons, the Planilum can be integrated into designs that make a break from traditional lighting fixtures. In fact, the plan is to develop furniture and other household objects with these panels to make more functional and attractive lighting solutions. With any luck, we could see products based on this technology sometime within the next few year"

Thursday, 22 May 2008

in school...

im in the art room...

bored to death...

while others suffer in the air-conditioned LT for their MT Intensive Lessons...


will update twitter in a while.

Wednesday, 21 May 2008 weekly top charts!

Finally, I actually bothered to add a widget on my blog.

It's a chart showing my top played tracks of the [previoius] week, ending Sunday 12:00mn. So, unfortunately, I have to live with the embarrassment somebody has cast on me by playing a little too many Aly & AJ on my iPod touch. [i installed the scrobbler on my iPod touch. jailbreak it to get it!]


Tuesday, 20 May 2008

Cross Country: motivation...

Just wanna thank the following people. Really became a source of motivation, running alongside me...

Jeremy [first KM], Brannigan [last 2 KM] & Ms Gan [last KM].

And thanks to Raymond for 'running' with me on Sunday. [it's not even a real run, lorh...]

useless achievements?

yay to me...

i did 4.3km in less than 27minutes. => 9.56km/h

previous Record: 4.2km in 29.24min. => 8.62km/h


However, didn't get into Top 20 [my target.]. Bummer...

Also, I won Consolation Prize in the SAA Art Competition!

And at first glance, many will be impressed in my work...

until they realised: oh. it's inkjet. bummer.

should have put medium as 'photography'.

zero sale, i guess.

well, my $75 investment => $200 in prize money = $125 'revenue'.

With 'debt' of $480 [ATM only has $23, after topping up my EZLink Card], I have reduced 'debt' to $355! Good Crap!

In need of money... Will do anything which will not break the law for $$$. well, almost anything. Any suggestions?

How about...
Photo competitions? Art? Web company?

B*TCH slap

Sorry, I can't just bottle these up anymore.

1. What the crap is wrong with our people nowadays? Skipping school events, such as the Cross-Country, without valid reason? Valid reasons only include other duties, such as Water Conference Preparations, and ill health. not some FAKE MC... So what if you're Sec 4?

2. Tan Zhao Han, the liqour content in a little 2-ounce piece of liqour-filled chocolate is not enough to get one high! Get over thinking that you're high! Drink more Vodka, for goodness sake! Sissy! Weak!

3. The movie "A Beautiful Mind" is so wrongly perceived. It's about Schizophrenia, people!

4. I'm really pissed of because it's a long day, if you haven't figured.

5. It's a cheque marked as [Pay "Cash"]. Doesn't that mean you can deposit it to your savings account, even if it's tied to an ATM account? turd... [that's my guardian.]

6. Where's my $650? you claimed I could claim the money I spent on the flash from my parents! Then? [my guardian again].

7. You obviously know how to open my piggy bank. [guardian]

8. Autism or A.S.S. [anti-social society]? [guardian]


Sunday, 18 May 2008


Saturday, 17 May 2008

Singapore Flyer

Singapore Flyer, originally uploaded by ronaldLIONG|.

Went to the Singapore Flyer yesterday. It's really awesome. It's huge, the largest in the world [until that Shanghai one is done.]. Inside the pod: Nice view, really cool, but lots of reflection. Get a circular polarizing filter when you go on the flyer!

Also, Got my new flash! Finally, I'm broke! w00t!

P.s.: Something strange happened yesterday.

Thursday, 15 May 2008

Broadcasters beware...

Just thought I should point this out after the Career talk by the Mass Comm people from Power98 and Comm. & Media MAnagement people from TP. THERE's a DIFFERENCE between 'LIVE' and 'recording'...

Song titles

Guess the artist...

"4 minutes, that's the time a Senorita should take to Cry me a river. Since What goes around comes around, I'll give her Summer love and if you'll rock your body, i'll give you Sexyback."

"If only you could hold on to a paper aeroplane, you're hopeless at these little favours, like a funnyman. I don't want you now, i'm saving my face, someday soon, the beauty of uncertainty will fly like white birds. I'm a Brit."

Name the Corresponding Artist(s), and event where all these tracks were heard.

Hey You, Bleed it out for you are wanted dead or alive. Suddenly I see and became one of the wisemen after discovering Gravity while bedshaped under a black hole sun .

Tuesday, 13 May 2008

Cranky thoughts.

Just some statements which is best read in a cranky kind of tone, as if one were to rant about something stupid someone has done. this week's theme: taking photos.

-It's free cone day, and you're taking photos of free cone day. isn't it the same as taking photos of ice cream because you've been eating them, just that this came at the cost of queueing in a rally long line? That doesn't make sense. I mean, do you take photos of ice-cream you were treated to by your parents, which you got for free? I don't think so...

-You're at the new Terminal 3 of Changi Airport [to the guys outside of Singapore who read my blog, well, we kind-of got "Heathrow"ed. Meaning we got a new terminal, minus the baggage problems.]. Is that terminal very special? if it is, is it a one-time thing? I ccan understand why you want to shoot photos of an event that only occurs once, but that terminal building will still be there tomorrow... And so will you.

-You are now probably debating that I just contradicted myself, since Free Cone day is a once-a-year event, and now u talk about art and stuff. I want to talk about First Amendment Rights. You see, this is the beauty of freedom of speech. We can express all the bullcrap we want to, without the serious implication of offending some authoritarian regime.

My point: Defend Net neutrality, and oppose the filtering of content on the internet!


WWDC 2008 predictions...

What I think will happen during WWDC2008 Steve Jobs' Keynote Address...

1. Scott Forstall will be speaking more about the iPhone SDK.
2. Steve Jobs will announce an update to the MacBook [including the 'Pro'] line-up.
3. Needless to say: 3G iPhone.
4. Steve Jobs will announce an update to the Mac mini.
5. Steve will talk about OS X Lynx 10.6.
6. Steve Jobs will talk about '.Mac' services. and add new features to it. either that, or drop the price.
7. Steve will drop the prices on the Cinema Displays!
8. Steve or Scott will show us a Nike+ app for the iPod touch.
9. Firmware 2.0 for iPod touch and iPhone. [needless to say]
10. New Apple Mighty Mouse! [I've been wishing from day to day.]

Bonus: Front Row remote to be modified into some Wiimote-like device.

Monday, 12 May 2008

Chip's Challenge for Mac?

I found it, at last!

After 8 years of being separated from Chip's Challenge, which was my favourite game of the 90's and 2000, I am finally reunited with my favourite Windows game ever. Take that, Call of Duty!

Webby Link:

download direct link: OS X Universal Binary (1.9 MB)

Forgot what's Chip's Challenge? check these...'s_Challenge

don't tell me im the only person who remembers this game?!

Nose bleed...

I blame Jasper Yee for using the turpentine during the Art Exam! Now my nose is bleeding as if there's a hole in my nose. Kinda like an attack by impure sarin gas.

Anyway, what do u do when your nose bleeds?

A. Use a tissue, stuff it in ur nose, and clog your nose till the bleeding stops.
B. Look down, let the blood flow all the way out.
C. Look up, press against the nose, let the blood dry in your nose and clog your nose in that way.


Sunday, 11 May 2008

Granola vs Muesli

The Verdict

Granola is a breakfast food and snack food consisting of rolled oats, nuts, honey and sometimes rice, which is baked until crispy. During the baking process the mixture is stirred to maintain a loose, breakfast cereal type consistency. Dried fruit, particularly raisins or dates, are sometimes also added.

Muesli is a popular breakfast cereal based on uncooked rolled oats, fruit and nuts. It was developed around 1900 by the Swiss physician Maximilian Bircher-Benner for patients in his hospital. It is available as a packaged dry form or it can be made fresh.

--taken from Ernest's blog, which was adapted from somewhere.

Another mistery of life solved.

Again and Again!

Got this from Tom Merrit's Twitter Feed. Just watch. Especially the Mac Haters!
[and the mac lovers, sorry to say you may want a Mac Pro for this]

For the people who can't load the video, I'll just depict it for you. It's a user-generated music video of a song by 'Bird! Bee!', called "Again and Again'. This person made use of applications on her mac and created a screen capture out of all that. that's the basic gist of the video. She used the iSight camera, Microsoft Office, Spaces, iChat, Dictate, Stickies, Photoshop, Illustrator, Finder, Quick Look, iTunes, Screensavers, Time Machine, Dashboard widgets, Safari, iPhoto [yeah], Final Cut Express, just to name a few apps and technologies in a Mac.

Potential 'Get a Mac' ad? I think so too.

why my blog's better than yours.

BenSee: You blog is failing at 2.0-ness.

firstly, I would like to say that my blog is very web 2.0. VERY.


  1. Who has his twitter feed by his sidebar? Twitter is one of the winners of the WebWare 100, which is a user-voted award for the best web2.0 stuff!
  2. Who makes polls? That's user interaction. That's Web2.0.
  3. Who adds imeem and seqpod, which are WEB2.0 Apps? Adding music to a blog is the same as having 'services' catered to the viewer/user. that's WEB2.0.
  4. tagboard, needless to say, is also userinteraction. same as number 2.
  5. I often add youtube videos as posts for my blog... Same as number 1, Youtube is a Webware 100 winner.
  6. Yahoo Answers!, Flickr. These are Web 2.0 social networks, and I intergrated them to my blog. Web 2.0 is about intergration, the convergence of people online! And I even do my own 'networking' by adding tons of links!
  7. is a Web 2.0 app, needless to say.
  8. My blog is way more leet than your pathetic, depressing blog, whoever you are, unless your blog is called the Collosal Celestial Waste of Bandwidth. [don't click if u're low on RAM.] or, or Fake Steve.
There. 8 reasons, all of which are very valid. So slam me!

by the way, something off-topic:
YAY! 333 posts [excluding this one] to go before I reach collosal stage!

and another 9333 posts before We hit the big 10,000 [Celestial stage!]. Let's see if Google will still host my blog by then... [thanks Google!]

Saturday, 10 May 2008

Speaking of keys...

brian:" lol... your on top the banner are the keys from afgm... D: dont remind me about that..."

Speaking of keys, i wonder how many locks are still there? Better remove them by the time the 2008 Sec 3s graduate! [hey, it's ur faults...]

Thursday, 8 May 2008

Movies I want to watch this summer.

By summer, I mean May - August 2008.

Let the list begin!

[Ideas courtesy of ROTTEN TOMATOES]

1. Mamma Mia! The Movie
Starring Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth, Stellan Skarsgard, Julie Walters, Amanda Seyfried, Dominic Cooper, Christine Baranski. Based on the smash hit musical.
2. Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull
It's Indiana Jones! And besides, everyone's been waiting 18 years for a sequel.

3. Get Smart
Huge array of stars [Anne Hathaway, Steve Carell, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson] with the plot of a secret agent as dumb as Johny English [Rowan Atkinson]. Too familiar, but still cool in my book...

4. Wall-E
A Pixar film of a robot who lives alone making [rubiks] cubes out of rubbish. [jk.] It's as if Pixar has returned to their roots of wacky stories nobody ever thought of. Fascinating stories. Just like Wall-E.

5. Kung Fu Panda
Jack Black as a lazy panda, trying to learn Kung Fu from a bunch of animals. Seriously.

Others that almost made the Top 5:
6. The Chronicles Of Narnia: Prince Caspian
7. The Dark Knight
8. What Happens In Vegas
9. Iron Man
10. Speed Racer

Wednesday, 7 May 2008

Talk about elections...

[Heroes fans should know this by now... it's quite an old thing, but anyway, if you don't,]

No. Really, vote!


See the title? That has nothing to do with what I'm writing about in this post!

Actually, I'm not writing anything in this post!

Ok, fine, I'll just plagiarize and quote wikipedia again...


Anemia goes undetected in many people, and symptoms can be small and vague. Most commonly, people with anemia report a feeling of weakness or fatigue in general or during exercise, general malaise and sometimes poor concentration. People with more severe anemia often report dyspnea (shortness of breath) on exertion. Very severe anemia prompts the body to compensate by increasing cardiac output, leading to palpitations and sweatiness, and to heart failure.

Pallor (pale skin, mucosal linings and nail beds) is often a useful diagnostic sign in moderate or severe anemia, but it is not always apparent. Other useful signs are cheilosis and koilonychia.

Pica, the consumption of non-food such as dirt, paper, wax, grass and hair, may be a symptom of iron deficiency, although it occurs often in those who have normal levels of hemoglobin.

Chronic anemia may result in behavioral disturbances in children as a direct result of impaired neurological development in infants, and reduced scholastic performance in children of school age.

Tuesday, 6 May 2008

no periods nor commas not other common punctuations

Zero Punctuation Reviews at

they review video games by ranting or complementing the video game in subject in a short 5 minute or so clip with basic graphic animations to illustrate and some random irrelevant crap that has little to do with the game and still the video is at times hilarious but boggles the mind because there is no punctuation or little if any is used just like this blog post so if you like this post and you hate multiplayer games but you love games for the antisocial then you will love zero punctuation reviews period.

EARTH to Yi Lei:

For goodness sake, TYS answers are not always accurate. Anyways...

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Monday, 5 May 2008


Mensa Fun Test: 25/30!

Check it out:


At first, there was the invitation...

Then the RSVP...

And the counter...

fierce! [if only I can do some of those moves... *drools and dreams]

[Anyway, Yes, Darien, I am a Christian.]

Music playlist up!

I must say, some of the tracks are really not available anywhere... so I just posted using imeem, since they have all the tracks.

Sorry for the 30s clips on 2 [potentially more] of the tracks...

UPDATE: Track one: "Violet Hill" by Coldplay. it's the featured track of the week.
also, the playlist is up on the featured section.

Sunday, 4 May 2008

Talk about "whoops!"

My Twitter feed [in reply to elliot]:

"@elliotteo lol... yeah, need to get everyone we know to use twitter..."

Unknowingly, this was bounced to my blog. whoops...

The Choir Blog tagboard...

To all choir members:

I've blocked the ip of those who spammed
If your ip got blocked and you want to be unblocked, pls reach either BenSee or me.

Btw, Good luck for all your remaining papers!


I accidentally posted the same post 3x because WebKit couldn't render/refresh the tagboard for some unknown reason, and then i thought the post didn't get through or I was blocked or something... heh. what can I say? Whoops!!! x2

Saturday, 3 May 2008

That's it!

The Earth is getting too hot...

The days are unbearably warm...

Get me Global Cooling!!!



Look Right!

Finally, some good music from the music industry?

Before I go on with my list, just wanna pimp Coldplay's "Viva La Vida". You can now download "Violet Hill", one of the tracks from Coldplay's upcoming album, from their website. Limited time only!

On with...
The Music Chart, drafted on 3 May

  1. Make It Mine
    Jason Mraz
    We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things
  2. Beat Goes On
    Madonna feat. Kanye West
    Hard Candy
  3. Great DJ
    The Ting Tings
    Great DJ - EP
  4. See You Again
    Miley Cyrus
    Hannah Montana 2 - Meet Miley Cyrus
  5. In Love With A Girl
    Gavin Degraw
    In Love With A Girl - Single
  6. Love Song
    Sara Bareilles
    Little Voice
  7. Someone To Save You
    Dreaming Out Loud
  8. Go On
    Jack Johnson
    Sleep Through The Static
  9. I'm Yours
    Jason Mraz
    We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things
  10. 4 Minutes
    Madonna feat. Justin Timberlake & Timbaland
    Hard Candy

Friday, 2 May 2008

Prayer. what i've learnt...

It's about [praising] GOD, not about you.

It gives insight to GOD's wisdom, defend against temptation, and gives power to work miracles.

It's the key to prosperity.

Thursday, 1 May 2008

Erm... Historical recording...


It's long...

It's boring...

It's Low-Fi...

But it's got something to do with JFK.

Prior to WWII - phrase bank.

Moving to war…

·      Failure to Disarm

o   [due to mistrust, fixed aims, rather than mutual confidence]

o   Led to rearmament

·      Disunited Europe on view of Authoritarian Regimes

o   Fear of spread of communism

o   Fear of spread of authoritarian regimes

German’s foreign policy – brief.

Aimed at rearmament, bound to lead to war.

Left LoN in 1933

Spanish Civil war showed the strength of German forces, Democratic nations started to ramp up rearmament.


Forming alliances


German’s foreign policy made things worse?

Racist, Berlin Olympics, Expansion, Superiority of Aryans = entitled to do what it wanted? Spanish Civil War, avoid war, step by step takeover of Europe



Avoid war by satisfying German demands, ToV unfair so resentment is fair, France had Maginot line of defence so they felt safe, death toll of WWI not to be repeated, No rearmament plans yet for other countries.


Munich Agreement

Fear of antagonising Hitler by waging war on Germany. Peace was preserved, but Czechoslovakia paid the price


German invaded rest of Czech.  [purification / rid of non-Aryans, land, resources]


Appeasement over. Rearmament.

History Notes... Excrepts 2: Gustav Stressman...

Gustav Stressman became Chancellor / Foreign Minister

Introduced rentenmark to replace valueless mark. Borrowed money from abroad to guarantee value and build confidence in rentenmark.
Urged workers in Ruhr to stop protests.
Borrowed money to set up government building schemes. Workers needed for these schemes cuts unemployment rates.
Brought Germany into LoN
Locarno Pact: recognises borders of Germany, Britain, France.
Kellogg-Briand Pact: Would not go to war EXCEPT in Self-defence.
Dawes Plan: Parker Gilbert. Pay less, US Loan, French out of Ruhr, Gold to Gilbert to invest and interest gained used for reparations + profit from railway.
Young Plan: Cut reparations to 25% of originally planned. +59years to pay.

History Notes... Excrepts 1

I think this may help the Sec 3s and 4s in studying... Cheers! [more to come as i revise other topics / chapters.]

Terms of the Treaty Of Versailles

Territorial Terms
Saar- LoN controlled
Rhineland = DMZ [no troops allowed]
Union w/ Austria not allowed
Danzig - LoN controlled. Polish Corridor to allow Polish access to the sea.
Military Terms
Army: No conscription, 100,000 troops
Navy: 15,000, 6 battleships, some smaller ships
No submarine, tanks, planes
Accept blame for war under war guilt cause
Economical Terms

Fair? Unfair?
Germany started War.
US, Germany, France, suffered economically; loss of lives
Only signed by Big3 + USSR
Big3 had different aims
US: $
Fr: revenge
Brit: to be strong