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  1. National Day Parade drive-past rehearsal by Red Knights.
  2. i thot he was only clearing carbon buildup in his exhaust ... 😂
  3. should have got myself a Prius instead !!
  4. bike bo tai bo chi kenah ...
  5. Ysc3

    donation scam ?

    with the govt telling ppl not to give away singpass and other passwords, still got insurance agents going door to door asking ppl to log in into their singpass to check for info ....🙄
  6. Posted before leh...
  7. Wonder who will win if EP34 vs tree?
  8. Ysc3

    My 4th Telco TPG Sim Card

    Anyone still applying for new cards? For another 6 months?
  9. I was on a drip for a week when I was hospitalised for blood loss... So I know how the needle feels like. Surprisingly, it was not painful even during the pricking. Anyway I chose not to receive a blood transfusion when the Dr asked me.
  10. From BMW to Toyota and Honda... https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asia/malaysia-car-proton-perodua-toyota-honda-12179360
  11. New way to have your kfc and eat it. https://www.asiaone.com/digital/internet-salivates-japanese-method-cooking-rice-kfc-original-recipe-chicken
  12. I believe that needle should be the same size as the one used for drips ?
  13. In that case, I am only an associate member liow...😁
  14. Ysc3

    donation scam ?

    Extremely thorough man foils ‘Singapore Poly’ student scam (Disclaimer: Microsoft News is currently reviewing the accuracy of this story with the publisher due to social media source.) A man said Wednesday he had filed a police report after foiling a donation scam by two people claiming to be Singapore Polytechnic students. The students had tried to solicit money under a bogus fundraising campaign, Facebook user Gabriel YW wrote in a now-deleted post. He was told the donations were for a local charity which indeed held a recent fundraiser – that ended in September. “Door to door donation drive scam. Please be aware of such cases going on in your estate by some youths. Earlier today I encountered 2 youths claiming to be from Singapore Poly and doing [door-to-door] collections for SingYouth Hub,” the man wrote. Among the red flags that the boys raised were their receipt booklets and questionable license permit, Gabriel said. Skeptical, he probed the duo further about their scheme and was unconvinced about the legitimacy of the fundraiser. He then told the boys to leave. Afterward, he checked the website of their purported charity, SingYouth Hub, website and called to enquire about its fundraising campaign, only to be told it had ended three months ago. One of the first things that Gabriel noticed about the boys were the “off the shelves” receipt booklets they were holding — unusual for donation collectors, according to his post. Gabriel then asked for their license permits and saw portions blanked out and re-written with other names and identification numbers. “Upon checking their permit, which they happily produced, it shows discrepancies as the original name has been ‘blanco’ and written with another name,” Gabriel added, with reference to the correction fluid brand. A photo of the permit handed to Gabriel showed the name “Teh Tze Tzer” as the licensee, different from the original version of the license on SingYouth Hub’s website, which had the name “Tan Chiew Hwee” on it. No one will ever accuse this guy of not doing his due diligence. “Two red flags and they tried to convince me that what they did is legal and even tried to call their team leader. I told them to stop whatever they are doing right now and leave the premises,” Gabriel added. “Police has been informed of such activity.” According to the SingYouth Hub website, their recent fundraising campaign ran from June 18 to Sept. 15. Proceeds from the sale of wristbands went to their social entrepreneurship program, a mental wellness organization and fundraising costs. There are a number of ways to verify the legitimacy of donations in Singapore, one of them is to text the license number to the authorities at 79777 using the format “FR”. You will then receive an SMS reply indicating whether the organization has a valid license or certificate.