“Breaking the law just makes it more fun”
Last week Mr. Know-It-All explained the history of The Sea Ranch (“What’s that Odd Cluster of Buildings You See on Lantau on the Way to Macau?” July 29, Issue 1156), the luxury resort that fell into disrepair after the money ran out. Facebook readers reminisce…
I was there in 2014, still a lovely place though showing its age. Would love to buy there but don’t consider HK a safe place to buy anymore owing to the inevitable future :-( Mike Quirke Very interesting. I remember swimming at the club house many years ago .... Edward Smith Tsk bad fung shui Janet Gillies That’s part of my childhood and home... Shamza Khan Lonley? Quiet? Sounds like Paradise... Sandra Ankenbrand It’s heaven..... Mary Ann Mamaril-Sparrow
In last week’s cover story (“You Can’t Do That Here!” July 29, Issue 1156), we pointed out that Pokémon Go players who jaywalked to catch a Pokémon were breaking the law. Facebook readers were divided on their responses.
I don’t play the game, but to those who do, please use some common sense and be aware of your surroundings at all times. Don’t hurt yourself because you weren’t paying attention and blame the game. Fred Wong Kill that LIKE button if you also feel sick of this Pokemon shit and want this game to be banned, same as in some countries. [This post got 7 likes] Adrian Meschah Really? First they banned Hoverboards... Now Pokemon Go? Kurt B Xanderiel Im still trying my best not to break the law. Game is fun tho. Joy Tulauan-Batang Breaking the law just makes it more fun Raur Moss Man