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  1. Just hope to know any opinion about this. Two washing point, I washing and another guy washing. Both of us wash finish and polishing the car. My car window and all the glass still wet. Then there came a car and stop in front of us as he wanted to wash his car as well. He waited 5 min and decided to ask me how long will I take to complete my washing? He also said that why don't I drive out and let him drive in to wash car. Suggest me to polish my car outside. I wasn't prepared for this and told him I need to polish both side of my car and the back also. Anyway, I decided to drive out for him to wash his car as I was thinking if I don't... What if he remember it and end up a scratch on the car? You never know what will happen as there are all kinds of weird people. I end up polish my car and wipe my window at the upper story of the multi story carpark. Later I ask my friend what will he do if he encounter such situation? He say ask him go fk spider lol Well I tried not to have any trouble with the people who live and use the same carpark. As I don't want my car end up got people vandalise it. But the way he ask me to move out wasn't polite and kind of rude I felt. He could have ask in a better way and more polite. Why he ask me and not the other guy? After 5 min I drive up to polish my car, the other guy drive up as well. I was like (--______--)II Well...nvm.... As for me, if I want to wash my car and 2 slot s taken, I will never ask anyone that way to drive out. I ever waited for 45min at the parking lot away from the washing point. But why would someone ask you to drive out for him to wash car? Hope the brother in this forum can advice or voice out your opinion. Thank you so much for reading.
  2. How often do you find a vehicle road-hogging because the driver is on the phone and using one only hand to steer the wheel? How often do you find vehicles cruising in a zig-zag manner because the driver is on the phone? I do have many encounters with them, and seriously, many are truck and lorry drivers. I think they just do not have the habit of using hands-free set. One day I was riding in my colleague's car and happened to see a truck driver using handphone while driving, so I took pics of him and truck, just found the time to send them to TP. I know many people would say I'm too kaypoh but I believe if we try hard enough, we'll have safer roads in SG. [att achment=70779:20120712_130603.jpg] Dear Officer, I wish to report traffic violation by driver of YN511Y on 12th July about 1.05pm. He was using handphone while driving. He was at the T-junction of Ulu Pandan Road and Clementi Road, waiting to make a left turn from Ulu Pandan to Clementi. I was a passenger in a car on Clementi Road, waiting to turn right onto Ulu Pandan Road. I've taken several consecutive shots of this vehicle and driver, which I attach in this email. I hope actions will be taken against this errant driver for the safety of other road users. I'm willing to support your investigations in any ways necessary. Reported by
  3. Hi All, my wife is a teacher and she is due soon. She have requested for HL and will countinue with her ML when she gave birth. Now the school wants her to set exam papers when she is on ML. Is it legal? Thanks for the advice
  4. Ditiang

    Car cam into army during ICT

    Was thinking now that a number of people install car cam in their car. Some can remove some is pretty fixed there. So when ICT, what do you do to the cam when drive into army camp? Tape up the lens or remove the entire car camera?
  5. I am sure most of us have done it before during school days. Do share your ingenious ideas here during your time. I used to write notes on my thigh which is cover by the shorts i am wearing.
  6. This car obviously is a Old Russian Lada Model, be it new and old cars engines, overheating can happen with least expected mishap. A car mechanic told me that latest Honda Accord has a automatic safety-cut-off to prevent serious damages during engine overheating, any Mcfer here to share these good-to-be-safe useful design in other car models and engines as well ? The dashcam video captured the Lada car explosion(@0:20) in a slow moving traffic jam, fellows regular mcf drivers are reminded to excercise cautions to open bonnet during engine overheats caught in massive jam on our expressway as well as in woodlands causeway.
  7. So some guests speakers are basically going through motion only (混水摸鱼)? Or the audience are not asking the "right" questions (只知其然,而不知其所以然)? You decide.. From ST Forum: http://www.straitstimes.com/STForum/Story/...ory_811446.html FOR DIALOGUES TO WORK... All must play their part Published on Jun 16, 2012 THE report ('Expectations differ on dialogues'; last Saturday) raised the issue of how policymakers - parliamentarians and ministers - should respond to questions during dialogues. Some say the invited guests should be the ones answering questions and proffering solutions, while others argue that the participants should come up with the suggestions. Both notions are not mutually exclusive. The best dialogues are those where both parties discuss issues, and suggestions are heard and debated. Parliamentarians are invited to these sessions because they have the experience in government, are cognisant of socio-economic considerations, and are in constant interaction with their constituents. In some instances, they have to understand that the participants are asking questions because they do not have the answers. At the same time, participants have to understand that they are asked for their views because their opinions matter. In essence, both sides must fulfil their ends of the deal. Expectations might differ, but they can be tempered and managed if the organisers properly establish the rationale of the dialogues. My personal experiences have made me realise that there are numerous areas for improvement:
  8. .... From ST Forum: http://www.straitstimes.com/STForum/Story/...ory_807035.html HOUGANG BY-ELECTION NGO's media coverage findings Published on Jun 5, 2012
  9. Hougang must have the highest concentration of bums with nothing to do. I have never seen so many people cheering the fact they are living in a slum. They rejected a credible young star, upgraded toilets and even free legal service for some bum who only recieved 1 vote in a closed door meeting. I wonder how to liberate these people from their years of being brainwashed. The DPM already tried his best but still failed. Funeral mourners also come and cheer
  10. http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/sin...1202052/1/.html Means we can actually accomodate more cars on the road lar ??? Means we will have more people that got hit but cannot claim lor ??? People come if we are attractive... People come if we are cheap... And good...we are getting ourself attractive and cheap... Actually what makes Singapore attractive to our neighbours? Everything here is same but just more expensive ?? Any Malaysia bros here care to share why you would ever want to make Singapore a frequent holiday destination ???
  11. As a guest maybe sim tia about the ang bao and also felt sorry for the wedded couple but if you were THE couple imagine this unthinkable situation :o : From STOMP: http://singaporeseen.stomp.com.sg/stomp/sg...yatt_hotel.html Posted on 27 Apr 2012 Wedding guests told to go home after Hyatt Hotel ballroom plunged into darkness STOMPer CK was attending a wedding dinner at Hyatt Hotel yesterday when the fire alarm sounded and the whole hotel was plunged into darkness halfway through. The guests were then told to go home. Said CK: "Wedding dinner in the dark at Hyatt Hotel. "The fire alarm started to sound when the fourth dish was served. "It was around 9.30pm and we were halfway through the eight-course dinner. "The emergency lights came on, but they couldn't serve anymore food. "Only 30 minutes later, did the service staff light some candles at the tables. "We waited for about an hour until the hotel said we had to go home as they couldn't do anything. It was 10.30pm. "Some of the wedding guests were quite angry, but none left until the bridal couple left at 10.30pm. "The couple and the hotel are in talks over this matter."
  12. From CNA: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/sin...1195800/1/.html SAF full-time NSman dies during training at Lim Chu Kang By Imelda Saad | Posted: 17 April 2012 1840 hrs
  13. hi guys, has anyone ever encountered a dull "eee" sound when starting the car. It seemed to come from the automatic adjustment of the steering wheel from rest to driving position when the car is being started. I drive a 8.5yr old lexus car which comes with automatic retraction of the steering wheel when one disembarks from the car. can any experts advise me?
  14. Have anyone encounter this problem, when driving at around 90 to 110, it vibrate intermittently, when i release gas and step again , the vibration goes off but will come back again after some km. Could it be the spark plug as the last time I change is over 30k km? Forget to add if I accelerate during the vibration, the car vibrates even more violently, it only stop when I release and step the gas again.
  15. Hi Guys! For those that used to travel up to Melaka and those that are thinking of Visitng Melaka for short trip with your family; you may wanna try out putting up at www.melakalodging.blogspot.com This unit has 4 bed rooms. Owner is a friend of mine working in Singapore. Can Pm me for his contact as well. :P
  16. If this is true, I really dunno what to say liao . Maybe PAP need to pray to Guan Yin Ma in Waterloo Street and 拜天公。. So much crap happening to them. http://temasekrevealed.blogspot.com/2012/0...ot-dead-in.html
  17. SHE holds the record for the world's biggest breasts. And Sheyla Hershey's biggest assets are said to have saved her life when her car crashed in Houston, Texas. Reports said the 32-year-old's assets acted as an "airbag" to prevent any serious injury to her. Hershey, who has 38KKK breasts, was driving home after a Super Bowl party last Sunday when she lost control of her Ford Mustang and crashed into a tree, the Daily Mail reported. "I think my breasts saved my life," Hershey told the Barcroft Media news service. "The accident was bad and my boobs are sore, but they protected the rest of me." She was charged with drunk driving and allegedly was not wearing a seatbelt when she lost control of her car. She was released on bail and is due to appear in court on March 28, reported the Daily Mirror. The bail was set at US$1,800 (S$2,300). Hershey said: "The cops showed up around 11pm and checked (if) I was all right, but asked if I had been drinking. "I told them I hadn't been drinking." She added that she doesn't drink at all and had "passed the breathalyser test". Bipolar disorder The 1.61m-tall Brazil-born model takes medication for bipolar disorder and depression, but that has never impaired her driving , she told Fox News. A request for more details on the case was not immediately returned, the Daily Mail reported. In 2010, her assets almost became her biggest liability due to a life-threatening infection and she had to undergo an emergency operation. That left Hershey with unattractive sagging skin where her implants had been, but she was obsessed with maintaining her name in the Guinness World Records. She got her new implants last November. She said they made her feel "almost whole again". She said: "Not having my breasts was killing me. I didn't know if I could make it through 2012 without them. "My breasts had become part of me and I was deformed without them. It is a miracle. I never thought I would have my breasts back again." From : http://motoring.asiaone.com/Motoring/News/...213-327578.html
  18. KARTer

    Shops profiteering during CNY?

    Example: Bak Guah prices go up about 2-3 times compared with normal days? Fried kuay teow becomes $5 a plate (normal price about $3)? No doubt workers have to be paid OT/double-pay to run the shops during CNY, but price of Bak Gua has gone up 2-3 weeks before CNY capitalising on local chinese's 'lust' for the bbq meat during CNY. We can say willing-buyer/seller, but not everyone can afford this traditional CNY food. I am thinking of the low income families/kids who may be deprived of the traditional food soon if the price goes up every year. (Ok, maybe its none of my business) Its ok to up the prices for food etc during festive seasons, but 2-3 times more than normal may just be too much (not a problem for the rich, but we still have low income groups around us). Bak Gua sellers are not poor people (some are rich in fact) Maybe NTUC should step in and start selling Bak Gua and price it lower than the popular shops to stablise the price?
  19. Unbelievable! Any bro kenna the same fate during CNY? http://www.straitstimes.com/STForum/Online...ory_760050.html Give devotees a parking break during Chinese New Year VISITING Kwan Im Temple in Bencoolen Street on the first day of Chinese New Year is an annual family tradition for us. But this year, we were greeted by a parking ticket when we returned from the temple. For many years, the Traffic Police have been regulating and maintaining smooth traffic flow without penalising motorists who drive or ride to the temple. And we have appreciated the gracious and considerate practice. While I know it is an offence to park along a double yellow line, parking facilities are inadequate during such festive periods because of the extraordinary crowds. Furthermore, the traffic along the road where devotees park is light and parking there does not cause congestion. I have seen motorists parked illegally along the roadside at other religious buildings during different religious observances without suffering the fate of being penalised. I hope the relevant authorities will practise some consideration and flexibility and allow temporary parking along the roads near religious buildings during their respective ceremonial occasions as long as no inconvenience is caused. Low Hong Loke
  20. Dear drivers, after viewing a thread calling for witness for a hit and run accident involving a jogger and the driver has yet to be identified till date, let
  21. http://www.motorauthority.com/news/1072046...e-ends-in-crash
  22. as above..............
  23. Yahgo22

    Is JPO open during CNY?

    Any bro happen to go there? Pls kindly share? Happy Lunar New Year to all.
  24. Hey bro, i believe during CNY, a lot of bros here will send their car for a good wash, polish n etc... but problem is, the next few days will be raining according to weather forecast, which will ruin the effort. Cos I only buy the season parking for surface carpark at my home. Since, "Sunday n PH is Free parking", So I'm thinking is it possible that i can park my car at the MSCP during these CNY period, to prevent the rain from ruining my wash and polish? especially overnight parking. Is there any catch that i need to take note?