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Celicar

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  1. Celicar

    Those having steamboat over CNY, for awareness

    If happen to me, also confirm balls drop.
  2. I cannot understand this reason. Doesn't this mean that if you want to commit such crimes, you should just widen your victims base and so there is a higher probability that you won't be named should you get caught, because so long as it is not unanimous (seemingly), then you won't be named? This is beyond my comprehension.
  3. https://malaysia.news.yahoo.com/mexican-man-suffers-three-day-033813620.html
  4. Actually isn't it the opposite, you are said to be gambling or taking a gamble because you are taking a punt notwithstanding what the probability may be.
  5. Celicar

    Singapore factory output posts 9.3% shock drop in Nov

    Funny that you gave the example of Penang when you mention country.
  6. Celicar

    Where are you now...

    This is an embarrassing query but here goes - how do I delete historical notifications?
  7. Celicar

    Formula One 2019

    It could just as likely be Ferrari "die die" want to get every champion.
  8. Celicar

    How to enforce the law for PMDS?

    That is just a premise. Using that as the premise, your question was: "If we were running with no plates or fake plates and there's a good chance to not be caught ever by camera or road block etc, then will these drivers still stop when asked to by TP?" So forget about what if there is a good chance to not be caught ever by camera or road block. Now we have an actual situation which happened. If you were the rider, would you have stopped at the first asking, or would you have sped off like the guy who now have the scars to show for it?
  9. Celicar

    How to enforce the law for PMDS?

    Why is there a need to talk about hypothetical situations? Just ask yourself, if you were on a PMD just like the rider who got kicked and you were over the speed limit and were asked to stop, would you have stopped or would you have attempted to speed off like that guy who got the boot?
  10. Celicar

    How to enforce the law for PMDS?

    Did you see him change from Lane 1 to the left-most lane? This tell me he is trying to escape. He did not move towards the officer, he tried to evade the officer. That the officer ended up being next to him just before the kick, is because the officer moved towards him, not that the rider "continue moving towards" him.
  11. My experience is different - both IU and car plate numbers are relevant. If you season park at HDB car park and change car with new number plate, you have to transfer the season parking. If you season park at HDB car park and change car but retain old number plate, you don't transfer the season parking. You update your IU number.
  12. Celicar

    How to enforce the law for PMDS?

    Then pray tell, if escape is not his intent, what was the rider then trying to do? Not to say I agree that it makes more sense to U-turn and speed off.
  13. Celicar

    How to enforce the law for PMDS?

    Obviously there was an act and a response in this case right? Clearly if the rider had not attempted to escape, the response would have been different, or do you disagree? Incidentally, there appears to be a conflation of the end result with the issue of whether there was an excessive use of force. The severity of the resulting injury suffered by the rider is as much a consequence (if not more) of the speed at which he was travelling as the kick. Perhaps you can enlighten us, with all the benefit of hindsight and to sit down and slowly consider what has transpired, what would have been the appropriate amount of force.
  14. Celicar

    How to enforce the law for PMDS?

    My point is not about whether there is any such expectation and if there is, the fairness or otherwise of such expectation. My point is if you want to consider conduct, consider both the rider's and officer's.
  15. Celicar

    How to enforce the law for PMDS?

    Don't forget that the officer who kicked was also risking his safety and limb. What then would have been acceptable in your view? Use his torso? Hands? Elbow? Knee? Head? The rider has absolutely no intention of stopping and had the rider not swerved to try and evade, the officer would not have needed to stick out (and thereby risk) his leg.
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