It Happened on
March 15, 1986
On Saturday, March 15, 1986, a catastrophic event unfolded in Singapore when the six-story Hotel New World, located on Serangoon Road in the city’s Little India neighborhood, suddenly collapsed. This tragic incident resulted in the loss of 33 lives, while 17 fortunate individuals were rescued from the debris in a harrowing rescue operation that involved numerous first responders and volunteers. The hotel, serving as both a commercial and residential complex, was inhabited by guests, staff members, and tenants at the time of the collapse. Investigations into the disaster revealed structural issues and weakened support columns as key contributing factors. Additionally, renovations to the building had potentially compromised its structural integrity.
Nine months later…
A parade of girls who look the same!
In September 2023, a video of Lauren Boebert was released to the public. Following this, Rep. Lauren Boebert has been removed from the bill of a conservative Christian youth summit following an incident where she was kicked out of a Denver theater for getting handsy with her date and vaping. With supervillains like these, who needs frenemies?
In May of 2023, Jay Ersapah, Silicon Valley Bank executive was blamed for pushing woke programs as the company’s LGBTQ+ co-chair before it collapsed. That must be it… this must be the sole reason why this is the second-largest bank failure in U.S. history and the largest since the financial crisis in 2008.