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  1. StreetFight3r

    How to enforce the law for PMDS?

    The PMD was found to be unregistered and non-compliant, weighing 30.54kg 😮 LTA investigating offences committed by PMD rider who was kicked by Certis CISCO Officer. The officer has also been suspended from active duties. The Land Transport Authority (LTA) is looking into the matter. The police are investigating the incident.
  2. Singapore-listed developer CapitaLand said on Wednesday (Nov 20) that it has agreed to sell The Star Vista for S$296 million to Rock Productions, the business arm of New Creation Church. The sale, which is scheduled to be completed by the end of this year, is expected to generate about S$145 million in net proceeds and about S$32 million in net gain for CapitaLand. The selling price is about 13 per cent above the S$262 million that The Star Vista was valued at the end of June. Located next to the Buona Vista MRT Interchange, The Star Vista is part of a 15-storey integrated development that also includes a 5,000-seat auditorium. It was opened in September 2012 and comprises three levels of retail space with a net lettable area of about 162,500 square feet. The mall had a 95 per cent occupancy as of end-June. Its major tenants include Beauty in the Pot and LeNu, Canton Paradise Teahouse, Redman by Phoon Huat, Swee Lee and Cold Storage. When the transaction is completed, CapitaLand will own 19 malls, including one under development in Singapore. Rock Productions owns The Star Performing Arts Centre that is co-located with The Star Vista. It also manages Rock Gifts & Book Centre, a retail centre that supplies a wide range of inspirational books, music, sermon CDs, DVDs and gifts, as well as Omega Tours & Travel and Shine Auditorium in Shaw Tower.
  3. StreetFight3r

    How many of our ministers can speak and debate well?

    Sylvia Lim 1 Heng Swee Keat 0 calm as a cucumber and rightfully so being a criminal lawyer. her english is impeccable. she has also mastered the art of deflection, pivoting and swatting away probing questions. our DPM running around in circles. need someone more experienced than that n who doesnt rely on scripts
  4. https://mothership.sg/2019/11/jess-labares-flight-attendant/?fbclid=IwAR1i2iFhJr48uPv57_XDlx10zEOoshfm99e431K7lgV9yGzobT2i5ANySF8 Cebu Pacific hires first-ever Filipino transwomen flight attendants Next time ure on an airline dun be surprised. so pretty u cant even tell
  5. In 2013 at the age of 55, Leon Margaret was ready to retire. But then she was asked to extend her service. Today, the 1st Warrant Officer (1WO) is 61-years-old and is the oldest female commander in Singapore’s Basic Military Training Centre (BMTC). Just as fit as other soldiers In an interview with Pioneer magazine, Leon talked about her role as a Platoon Commander in BMTC’s School 1, Charlie Company. Despite her age, she achieves a gold award for her Individual Physical Proficiency Test (IPPT) every year. Leon regularly leads route marches with a 20 kilogram field pack strapped to her back. She also shows her soldiers how to dig trenches, and sleeps in the jungle during field camp. Regular workout routine Her secret to keeping fit? On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, she has morning training sessions. She also joins her recruits during their morning runs. On weekends, she exercises with her husband. It’s all about hard work and discipline, which is the example she sets for her recruits. She is strict but caring Leon is known to be strict with her soldiers as she pushes them to pass the various tests during training. If any of her recruits are struggling to complete an exercise, she will simply tell them: “Ancient lady can do, young boys cannot do?” But despite her strict nature, Leon cares a lot for her recruits too. Gives advice to her soldiers Leon makes it a point to write back to her recruits in their weekly reflections. She recalled one particular case where a recruit confided in her about struggling to communicate with his mother. She advised him to bring his mother out for brunch one day to have a talk with her. The recruit wrote back to Leon to thank her as he took her advice and it turned out successful. Her history in the army According to the Pioneer article, Leon joined the military in 1976 as a clerk, but 10 years later, she was given the opportunity to be a combat trainer, before moving on to serve as a combatant. After that, she served as an Officer Cadet School instructor, Signal specialist and Company Sergeant Major in the 8th Singapore Armoured Brigade. She was even deployed for a humanitarian mission in East Timor. Right before she joined BMTC, Leon held the record of the longest-serving woman in the Signal formation.
  6. Public announcement service for those who dun drive to msia... No updates on pricing yet... Used to take the taxis Rochor to Larkin and Larkin back to Rochor before I started driving.. Larkin still arnd?? M’sia taxis to S’pore now available as 24-hour taxi stand opposite JB City Square opened on Oct. 15, 2019 The taxi stand is located outside the KTM Berhad Museum building, which is the old railway station. The taxi stand provides 24-hour taxi service back to Singapore.
  7. Joker's out!.. in order not to spoil the movie for those who havent watch yet... there will nt be any spoilers here. there's been so many variations of the Joker, with the late Heath Ledger's portrayal by far the most iconic, till enter Joker 2019 by Joaquin Phoenix. Wad makes this Joker so different from the rest of the Joker? People are comparing between the two but you can't really compare the 2 legends. Heath's acted as the joker throughout the movie whereas Phoenix's one showed him as a normal man with a mental illness and how he slowly turned into a madman.. in the little time that he became the joker,man it was chilling I was shell-shocked as the end credits rolled on 'Joker'. But not just for the reasons you might expect. Yes, the violence, when it eventually comes, is shocking. And yes, Joaquin Phoenix’s performance is a masterful gut-punch. No, it was the dawning that the makers of Joker had managed to Trojan horse a movie ostensibly about mental illness and pass it off as a studio comic book movie -- and a potently powerful one at that. That fact is sadly being lost among the feverish controversy surrounding the film’s violence. From the offset, Joker is a discombobulating experience. This is a most atypical of comic book movies: no flurry of CGI, no orgy of action, no Joker falling into a vat of bubbling acid to emerge with grand plans to watch Gotham City burn. What writer/director Todd Phillips and Phoenix give us is a gritty, edgy psychological thriller set in a Gotham reminiscent of grimy New City, circa 1981. It charts the descent of Arthur Fleck (Phoenix), a mentally ill aspiring comedian maligned by society, into the Clown Prince of Crime in a vehicle best described as Taxi Driver meets The King of Comedy, two major Martin Scorsese films that heavily influenced Phillips’ vision. And this is not the Joker of old, the “criminally insane” “inmate” of Arkham Asylum. No, this is cold-hard-reality mental illness. Though never clearly defined, severe depression and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) are two afflictions for Arthur in an alienated existence as a rent-a-clown by day and carer for his ailing mother (Frances Conroy) by night. He feels unseen, unheard. He craves validation, adulation, love. His bony frame -- Phoenix lost more than 23kg for the role -- perhaps a metaphor for that hunger. He also suffers a humiliating and real condition called Pseudobulbar affect , uncontrollable episodes of laughing or crying at inappropriate times. What surprised me was how bluntly honest Joker is about mental health, not just for a comic book vehicle, but a mainstream Hollywood movie. Anyone who has had a prolonged mental illness, as I have, will likely find some of Arthur’s experiences relatable. He laments having to attempt to hide his mental illness to be socially acceptable, writing in his therapy diary/joke book; “The worst part about having a mental illness is people expect you to behave as if you don’t.” In voicing the pointlessness of his mandated sessions with a social worker where he’s asked the same questions but never really heard, he reveals a sobering truth for anyone who has had severe depression: “All I have are negative thoughts.” At another moment, another heartbreaking statement that rings true: “I just don’t want to feel so bad anymore.” His mother may have given him the moniker ‘Happy’ but it’s something he’s never really felt. Joker shows us the unvarnished human side of this villain-to-be, a man who has been institutionalised and released with minimal support, only to be told the city is cutting back on mental health services and he’s on his own.
  8. Singaporean driver pays RM28,000 in traffic fines in Johor Bahru JOHOR BAHRU: A Singaporean man paid outstanding fines of RM28,000 (S$9,200) in Johor Bahru on Sunday (Sep 29) after he was detained by the police. The man, who is in his 60s, has had 116 traffic summonses issued against him since 2000, said Bukit Aman traffic investigation and enforcement department deputy director Mohd Nadzri Hussain. A total of 3,174 fines were settled during the three-day operation, with Singaporeans making up 2,687 of the figure. “As of this morning, we managed to collect about RM611,000 in traffic fines and summonses at both locations," said Mohd Nadzri, adding that the amount collected is expected to reach RM75,000 by midnight. JOHOR BAHRU: A Singaporean man paid outstanding fines of RM28,000 (S$9,200) in Johor Bahru on Sunday (Sep 29) after he was detained by the police. The man, who is in his 60s, has had 116 traffic summonses issued against him since 2000, said Bukit Aman traffic investigation and enforcement department deputy director Mohd Nadzri Hussain. The 10th series of the operation which involved 116 personnel was conducted at the Gelang Patah R&R, Iskandar Puteri and at Muzium Tokoh, Jalan Lingkaran Dalam. There have been 247,278 outstanding traffic summonses recorded since 2000, said Mohd Nadzri. He reminded traffic offenders to check the status of their summonses and make payments at two kiosks at the traffic division office of the Johor Bahru selatan district police headquarters. For Singaporean drivers, payment can also be made at AXS machines. “Payments can also be made at the COPS traffic counter at all district police headquarters and summons checking can also be done through MyEg portal at www.myeg.com.my and rilek.com.my,” he said. Mohd Nazri said once the Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) comes into force, traffic offenders from Singapore must first settle all their summonses before being allowed to return. Read more at https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asia/singaporean-driver-outstanding-fines-johor-vep-11953802
  9. StreetFight3r

    SG got mini tornado

    anybody received this on whatsapp?? Gul Way "tornado" 12.20pm. "tornado" in sg? hmmmmm. some comments in the video sayin they saw it too but so far no mainstream media reported. wad other weather phenomenon can cause this if it's real news...
  10. From Facebook https://www.msn.com/en-sg/news/singapore/friends-like-these-man-at-a-loss-after-pal-refuses-to-pay-sdollar176k-damages-following-car-accident/ar-AAHA7P6?ocid=spartandhp&fbclid=IwAR0bJtAeizlUU4T47eypa1jM89VAXbI3Pm0euCnf5emaTlEpOThVByZcXZ0 Hi all, this is going to be a long read but please take the time to read thru. So the story is that on the 25th June my dear friend Szeto St wants to borrow my car from me to use it on the 27th. As I was overseas at the point of time I agreed to lend it to him, it was not the first time I have lend it to him so I entrusted him with my car. On the 28th morning 8am he gave me a missed call, so when I call him back he told me that he got into an accident with my car then he said that the one driving was his friend. I entrusted my car to him and yet he asked his friend (Dominic) whom I don't even know who he is to drive my car back on that day, I was still very nice at that point of time I said wait till I reach sg then we settle. So I came back on the 29th I meet them on the 30th, they didn't have a solution for me. So we briefly spoke how we should settle it as the car was total loss, so dom suggest to give him more time. And so on the 2th July, we both agreed that he will pay me $17600 as my losses under the condition that I scrap my car. And he requested to give him a month for him to find the money, so me being nice I agreed to it. Once we sign the agreement I proceed to tow my car to the scrap yard and handle all the paperworks and send him documents from lta that I have scraped my car once I received it which was on the 8th July. And so I continue to wait for the 2nd aug to come, on the 30th July I texted Dom to ask on the 2nd aug what time should I meet him and he asked me to wait. So I texted szeto about this he told me not to worry why I scared, and I obliged and waited. So on the 2nd aug the worst nightmare happens, I texted him in the afternoon and Dom said he will let me know by 7pm. 7pm I called him and he simply told me this "我没有钱,你要我怎样。你去small claim 我咯" one simple reply and he expect to get away with the shit he create? Long story short, two days later he say he will only pay me 11k but thru installment of $500 every month. Which I believe nobody will accept. So now I'm stuck, both szeto and dom is not going to pay me any money. I believe that at the end of the day, the responsibility's szeto. Out of goodwill I lent him my car and he choose to ask his friend to drive. 好心被雷劈 Please help me to share this post and make the two of them famous, much appreciated.
  11. StreetFight3r

    apple watch hard fall detection?

    just a facebook post i saw and thought itl be good to share here for those with elderly parents n never knew abt this function cos i dont. i dont have an apple watch too becos im using android. it might be useful for those with elderly parents. track their location?? setup the hard fall detection. now my question is the watch is badly damaged on the face hence it can detect a hard fall but when if the person falls and hit the head without damaging the watch can it still detect? this is still an interesting device to have. always thought it was way too overpriced. there are some cheap smart watches in the market but mayb not withthe same capabilities as the apple watch apple fall detection If Apple Watch Series 4 or later detects a hard fall while you're wearing your watch, it taps you on the wrist, sounds an alarm, and displays an alert. You can choose to contact emergency services or dismiss the alert by pressing the Digital Crown, tapping Close in the upper-left corner, or tapping "I'm OK." If your Apple Watch detects that you're moving, it waits for you to respond to the alert and won't automatically call emergency services. If your watch detects that you have been immobile for about a minute, it will make the call automatically. After the call ends, your watch sends a message to your emergency contacts with your location letting them know that your watch detected a hard fall and dialed emergency services. Your watch gets your emergency contacts from your Medical ID. Some countries and regions have multiple emergency service numbers. For these countries, Apple Watch will call the number associated with ambulance services. What happens if your Apple Watch detects that you're immobile If your Apple Watch detects that you're immobile for about a minute, it begins a 30-second countdown, while tapping you on the wrist and sounding an alert. The alert gets louder, so that you or someone nearby can hear it. If you don't want to call emergency services, tap Cancel. When the countdown ends, your Apple Watch automatically contacts emergency services. When the call connects, your Apple Watch plays an audio message that informs emergency services that your Apple Watch detected a hard fall and then it shares your current location as latitude and longitude coordinates. The first time the message plays, the audio is at full volume, but then the volume is reduced so that you, or someone nearby, can talk to the responder. The message continues to play until you tap Stop Recorded Message or the call ends. Turn fall detection on or off Open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone, then tap the My Watch tab. Tap Emergency SOS. Turn Fall Detection on or off. If you've entered your age when you set up your Apple Watch or in the Health app and you're age 65 and over, this feature automatically turns on. Apple Watch cannot detect all falls. The more physically active you are, the more likely you are to trigger fall detection due to high impact activity that can appear to be a fall. Set up your Medical ID and add emergency contacts Open Settings on your iPhone, then tap Health > Medical ID. Tap Edit. Enter your date of birth and other health information. To add an emergency contact, tap the add button under emergency contacts. Tap a contact, then add their relationship. To remove an emergency contact, tap the remove button next to the contact, then tap Delete. To make your Medical ID available from the Lock screen, turn on Show When Locked. In an emergency, this gives information to people who want to help. Tap Done. You can't set emergency services as an emergency contact. other advantages of having an apple watch - fitness tracker - easier to find iphone, tap a button and get a "ping" sound even if your phone set to silent - customise list of things to notify you about. Phone set to new mail notifications. Watch customise to new mail from people on my VIP list-your wife, family). So if your phone makes noise and you're not not very busy you can take a look. but if your watch bings, you have to look even if you are busy. - you dont have to constantly be carrying your phone. keep inside bag dont need take out. noisy environment dont need worry cannot hear cos your watch will tap you. - great to take on runs. dont need to bring phone - a lot of info on such small face. can see weather temp, date, time and notifications - great for quick at a glance notifications. esp while in a meeting
  12. StreetFight3r

    Ichiran popup in sg!! Dun say bojio!

    $12 only 700 bowls per day....no worth the time queuing unless those never go Japan before want try
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    Ichiran popup in sg!! Dun say bojio!

    The legendary Ichiran is finally coming to Singapore! From 3 to 20 October 2019, Ichiran will be having a pop-up in Singapore at Takashimaya Square as part of the third edition of annual ramen festival Ramen Revolution at the Japan Food Matsuri event If you’ve ever been to Japan, you’ll know that ramen is a must-try item; leaving Japan without slurping down a bowl of this goodness is an absolute crime! There are a plethora of ramen shops scattered across Japan but one of the more famous brands that is high up on everyone’s list is the well-loved Ichiran. Ichiran has been widely accepted as the god of tonkatsu ramen and they definitely set a high benchmark for a classic bowl of ramen. We are so damn excited that Ichiran Ramen is finally having a pop-up in Singapore (and hopefully a permanent shop next?!). That means that you no longer have to book a plane ticket to Japan just to satisfy your cravings for a bowl of the best ramen in the world. The secret to Ichiban’s exceptional tonkotsu ramen is its ambrosial broth; rich, thick and chock full of umami, every sip is pure bliss. Paired together with the ramen noodles which are cooked to perfection — springy, chewy and al dente — and outrageously tender chashu slices, it is no wonder that they are one of the most popular ramen chains in Japan! Obviously, the experience of Ichiran’s pop-up in Singapore won’t be similar to the shop in Japan since it’s part of a Japanese fair. But still, we are not complaining. For those of you who are not familiar with Ichiran Ramen, what makes Japan’s Ichiran special is the fact that they value alone time and solitary dining so much that they have individual booths where people can huddle up in their own space to enjoy their piping hot bowl of ramen. We are keeping our fingers crossed that Ichiran Ramen will be opening a permanent shop in Singapore after the pop-up. For now, we are just very happy to know that they will be coming to Singapore, albeit just for two weeks.
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    Zika is back 2019

    SINGAPORE — The first Zika cluster in Singapore this year has been detected, after three cases of locally transmitted Zika virus infection have been confirmed near Serangoon Gardens, the National Environment Agency (NEA) said on Friday (13 September). All three cases are residents in the Hemsley Avenue vicinity. The Zika cluster was notified on Friday. Residents and stakeholders are urged to maintain vigilance and continue to eliminate mosquito breeding habitats, as there could still be asymptomatic or mild, undiagnosed cases which might result in further transmission of the virus if there are mosquitoes in the area. The Zika cluster is in close proximity to an 8-case dengue cluster at Bridport Ave / Cowdray Ave / Huddington Ave / Portchester Ave / Tavistock Ave, which was notified on 20 August. The NEA has commenced vector control operations in the area since the dengue cluster was notified. As of Friday, five breeding habitats in the dengue cluster area – comprising one in a home and four in common areas/other premises – have been detected and destroyed. Indoor spraying of insecticides and outdoor misting have been carried out at the premises. Thermal fogging will be carried out in the outdoor areas to eradicate any adult mosquitoes. NEA officers and community leaders will conduct outreach in the vicinity to distribute Zika information leaflets and insect repellents to households to raise general awareness of Zika, and advise on the steps to prevent mosquito breeding. The last reported Zika case in Singapore was early last year, when a patient was infected with the virus.