Thursday, November 29, 2007
Apparently, we aren't the only suckers. When we paid S$400,000 for the name change of Marina Bay to "Marina Bay", at least the name didn't change for something worse.
Now, 2 years later, the Scots have just changed their tourism slogan for US$250,000. From "the best small country in the world" to - "Welcome to Scotland". I bet a 6 year old came up with the idea.
Why do we even bother with jobs when you can earn US$ 250k to change names and slogans?