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  1. HAHAHAHAHAHA! this cracked me up so badly. Pray tell.. from which official narrative did you read about this? Maybe it can launch air strikes or generate seismic waves too?
  2. Happily1986

    Tok Kok Sing Song Part 30 - To infinity & beyond

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEpzwTVHhaI
  3. Happily1986

    Tok Kok Sing Song Part 30 - To infinity & beyond

    分手时候说分手~
  4. Happily1986

    Ho Ching seriously considering nuclear plant in SG

    She would be the last person ever to be taken seriously as far as the viability of nuclear fission as an electrical power source is concerned.
  5. Happily1986

    Vietnam issues statement on Singapore PM’s speech

    My boss's boss dont prepare the report and beautiful slide deck which is presented to the management team. It originates from the working level. My boss reviews the material with me and my boss's boss reviews the material with my boss because at the end of the day, the presenter has to take ownership for whatever that is presented. Everyone is scared of being fired, even the CEO. Unless you are the owner or major shareholder of the company.
  6. Happily1986

    Vietnam issues statement on Singapore PM’s speech

    It is amusing why one would voluntarily stir up a hornet's nest by including incendiary content in an eulogy? Right now, the official narrative is focusing on the discourse of being correct vs. being politically correct. Sidestepping much? It is South China Sea V 2.0 all over again.
  7. Happily1986

    Singapore Reckless Drivers part VII

    at first i thought this bugger was trying to go straight and get some ang gu kueh from Ji Xiang. haha
  8. Happily1986

    Speed limit 4 PMDs, bicycles to be cut to 10kmh on footpath

    there is no perfect solution in this world. In terms of Risk wise, the biggest risk as of current is of speeding PMDs smashing into pedestrians who are unaware. Loss of limbs, of vital motor functions or life is certainly an overriding concern here.
  9. Happily1986

    Speed limit 4 PMDs, bicycles to be cut to 10kmh on footpath

    Rules are meaningless if enforcement is done piecemeal. About 3 months ago, i wrote to LTA and suggested for them to install miniaturised versions of speed bumps on sidewalks to deter speeding PMDs. These speed bumps are similar to what we normally encounter in carparks to force people to slow down. Apart from telling me that there is periodic enforcement by officers, she did not respond to my suggestion. I mean how often can the fella be there to catch and all? The speed bump is there 24/7.
  10. Happily1986

    Speed limit 4 PMDs, bicycles to be cut to 10kmh on footpath

    Just ban PMDs except for those designed specifically for people with special mobility needs. I really dont see how PMDs can make a big impact in the move towards a car lite society especially when we see European cities (which are also emphasising on car usage reduction) are banning PMDs on sidewalks left, right and centre.
  11. Happily1986

    Driving fast on the German Autobahn

    cos you were driving an oil burner, that’s why.
  12. Happily1986

    The (trade) war has started

    We are obviously talking past each other here but my point is still congruent with yours so...
  13. Happily1986

    The (trade) war has started

    Errr you can’t top up credit into such accounts from within Nepal like what Davidtch mentioned.
  14. Happily1986

    The (trade) war has started

    Easy. There are PRCs everywhere. I am sure there are PRCs in Nepal who are more than happy to function as fly by night money changers touting their own exchange rates
  15. Happily1986

    The (trade) war has started

    Still have money inflow lah cos got spending but just that Alipay takes a cut. In the default scenario, the fella spends $100 using cash, Alipay gets nothing. But of course one can also argue that by extending Alipay into Nepal, the latter is creating more sales opportunities by improving the ease of payment.
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