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  1. There's a difference between vengeance and self defence. Blockheads who don't know the difference will be educated in court. And the only reason these spandex heroes are so garang is because they're basically anonymous. Make visible registration compulsory and their balls and ego will shrivel right up, along with their keenness to destroy other people's property to vent their outrage.
  2. Mockngbrd

    CB RPG game

    https://geekculture.co/singaporean-develops-circuit-breaker-run-an-rpg-where-you-avoid-getting-fined-by-social-distancing-officers/ This is good. I play finish.
  3. With this sort of article coming out (unlike in 2009), prob some shit gonna happen courtesy of Gahmen. Better beware. https://www.reddit.com/r/singapore/comments/aswgqw/record_number_of_motorists_keeping_car_beyond_10/
  4. kudos to the guards for keeping their cool
  5. Mockngbrd

    CCB to go private

    https://www.thestar.com.my/business/business-news/2019/11/11/jardine-to-take-cycle-carriage-bintang-private When JCCL owns 100% equity interest in CCB, it does not intend to maintain the listing status of CCB on the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia Securities. Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/business/business-news/2019/11/11/jardine-to-take-cycle-carriage-bintang-private#ih7QzPFPWPz8RfhD.99
  6. Hui ge jit pai siao liao http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/prime-minister-lee-hsien/2154802.html meanwhile..... "HENG AH"
  7. Gahmen is introducing the new Water tax in 2018 Let's discuss here
  8. Ok as requested! Are we in recession or not? Happy new year all Continued from here http://www.mycarforum.com/topic/2701178-2016-recession-year-gloom-and-doom-2017/
  9. RadX

    SG budget 2018, 19 Feb 2018

    Lai Lai.....time of that year again....I see as no go COE to be tightened, ERP huat ah, etc etc hahhaha Budget 2018 to be delivered on Feb 19 Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat at Parliament House on Monday (Feb 20) to deliver Budget 2017. (Photo: Xabryna Kek) SINGAPORE: Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat will deliver Singapore’s 2018 Budget Statement in Parliament on Feb 19. In a press release on Monday (Jan 1), the Ministry of Finance (MOF) said there will be live television and radio coverage of the Budget Statement. A live webcast will also be available on the ministry’s Singapore Budget website. The Budget Statement will be uploaded on the Singapore Budget website after the speech has been delivered, MOF added. Real-time updates of key announcements from the Budget Statement will be posted on the MOF Facebook page and the MOF Twitter account. A Pre-Budget Facebook Q&A session will be held on Thursday (Jan 4) from 8.00pm to 9.00pm, according to the release. Members of the public have been encouraged to join the ‘live’ Q&A session on REACH’s Facebook page. Singaporeans can also share their views and suggestions in person on Budget 2018 at the REACH Pre-Budget Listening Points that are easily accessible, open booths for Singaporeans to share their feedback. The ongoing feedback exercise will close on Friday (Jan 12 Read more at https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/budget-2018-to-be-delivered-on-feb-19-9824316 http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/budget-2018-to-be-delivered-on-feb-19-9824316
  10. RadX

    Spam mail from SingPost!

    For those who DO NOT want those nonsense spam mail. Here is the golden tip on how to get those mail OUT of your mailbox. Credits to MrBrown! https://www.facebook.com/mrbrownlah/posts/1129610207088862 Recently, SingPost said in a CNA report that most residents welcomed the junk mail in their mailbox, judging from low response to their Opt-Out scheme. To which many residents replied, "Har? Got such thing meh? Can opt out? Where got? Where?" It seems there is an online form buried deep inside their Contact Page. Here is how you can opt out: 1. Visit the Singpost site and tear your hair out looking for an Opt-Out of Junk Mail link. 2. Finally find it at: http://www.singpost.com/contact-us/service-enquiry 3. For "Service Type", choose "Postal" 4. For "Category", choose "Advertising Mail" 5. For Sub-category, choose "OPT-OUT Service" Then you can fill out the special form to get an orange No Admail sticker to paste on your mailbox! contrary to what they say hahahahaaha You've got junk mail: SingPost says most residents welcome advertising material While SingPost offers a service allowing residents a choice to opt out of receiving advertising mail, few households have signed up for it. By Lim Jia Qi Posted 21 Nov 2016 11:29 Updated 22 Nov 2016 10:38 Just 0.8 per cent of 1.2 million Singapore households have opted out of receiving advertising mail, says SingPost. SINGAPORE: While some residents might complain about their mailbox being clogged up with promotional offers, furniture catalogues and discounts from food establishments, such advertising material is welcomed by most residents, SingPost told Channel NewsAsia. That could explain why only 0.8 per cent of the 1.2 million Singapore households have chosen to opt out of receiving unaddressed advertisements. The service – introduced in 2006 – was provided for residents who prefer not to receive advertising mail. Residents can either call SingPost or apply through its website and an orange “No Admail” sticker will be attached to the back of the letterbox. “From our data, most of the residents in Singapore welcome the catalogues and discount coupons they receive in their mailboxes,” said a SingPost spokesperson last week. “We also understand that there are residents who may prefer not to receive these free mailers so, to respect their wishes, we provide them an opt-out option,” the spokesperson added. RISING DEMAND FOR DOOR-TO-DOOR DISTRIBUTIONResidents who have opted out of receiving admail from SingPost will have an orange "No Admail" sticker attached to the back of the letterbox. (Photo: SingPost) But while most residents still take delivery of advertising material from SingPost, the increasing use of mailboxes with anti-junk mail features is presenting problems for flyer distribution companies. This has forced them to adopt a different delivery strategy as more households block their mailboxes. Alibaba Printing’s sales and marketing manager Chris Tan said that more companies which want to distribute advertising material are choosing door-to-door over letterbox distribution, although the former option is more expensive. Since 2009, his company has seen a 10 per cent increase in door-to-door deliveries. “Our clients feel that they can reach their customers more effectively through door-to-door distribution. It'll be faster to get to customers, especially for businesses that have new launches,” said Mr Tan. “For example, there is a new restaurant and they need to target the residents within a certain time frame. They will look for us to distribute flyers rather than using a digital platform.” Citypost Asia’s executive director Victor Ho estimated that a small minority of letterboxes are now accessible to companies like his, forcing him to switch focus to door-to-door distribution in 2009. “Only 15 per cent of the letterboxes are accessible. How do you distribute?” said Mr Ho. “Door-to-door is more effective because the households can receive it and they can have a look at the flyers, instead of putting it at the letterbox (where) they will just take them and throw away without looking at it,” he added. But some residents that Channel NewsAsia spoke to said they find these flyers to be a turn-off as more of such material is stuck into front gates or pushed under doors. “I think it’s fine to receive the mail in my letterbox. But for the mail that is at the door, I do find it quite annoying. Because when there are too many flyers, it messes up the outlook of the house,” said Pasir Ris resident Nur Fitriah, 27. Mohamed Faiz, 32, agreed, saying that such material is a waste of resources. “It doesn’t serve much purpose. I feel it's more junk mail when it’s at my door rather than useful information. Because (for) most of the things we can get it from Internet, not flyers. Flyers are just a waste of resources; we just throw them away,” he said. Recognising that some residents do not like flyers being stuffed randomly, distributor Lim Yuan Hua said that he makes an effort to place the marketing material in the gate hinges and not dirty the surroundings. "I’ll fold the flyers and I will slot them in the gap of the metal gate. For letterboxes, I'll just use my bare hands to do from left to right so as to avoid any scratches on the letterboxes," said the 28-year-old. "Sometimes residents will complain and say ‘Hey, why are you putting junk mail at my doorstep?’ So what I will do is I’ll go back to the unit and take back the flyer and just walk away." TOWN COUNCILS PROVIDING BOXES FOR FLYERS To help residents manage the problem, Pasir Ris-Punggol Town Council started a pilot project in 2011 by distributing a few hundred containers to its residents. Residents can choose to attach the container to their gate to collect flyers. The town council’s spokesperson Regina Ang said it started the initiative after receiving feedback from residents about flyers stuck in their gates or strewn along common corridors. “We noticed that some residents solved the problem by hanging a plastic container or basket at their gate to collect these flyers. We also noticed that with such receptacles, the common corridors looked neater without flyers strewn on the floor or having them stuck at the gate,” said Ms Ang, adding that the town council has since distributed a flyer box to all households in the constituency. The response was so well-received that Nee Soon GRC started a similar initiative in 2014 for its 57,000 households.Pasir Ris-Punggol Town Council provides a box for each household in its constituency to collect flyers. (Photo: Lim Jia Qi) Said the town council’s spokesperson Pauline Kwa: “The rationale is to minimise unsightly flyers being stuffed between the gates, under the doors or strewn along corridors. This also reduces the risk of residents slipping on these flyers, and lightens the workload of our cleaners. It is also more convenient for residents in clearing the items in the boxes.” But for some residents like Mr Ng, he hopes that the authorities can do something to address the problem. “The flyers are a nuisance. The authorities should do something about it. Currently, there is a Personal Data Protection Act to prevent consumers from receiving any telemarketing messages. This should include flyer distribution,” said the Choa Chu Kang resident. - CNA/jq
  11. The Durian Generation, that is! http://www.goodyfeed.com/heres-the-new-type-of-youngsters-in-spore-the-durian-generation/ Here’s the new type of youngsters in S’pore: The Durian GenerationWritten by Goody Feed Team Every Singaporean should know by now the attitude of a person in the Strawberry Generation. But other than the Strawberry Generation, have you heard of the Durian Generation? If not, let us show you two examples of two people who belong to the Durian Generation, usually someone born between 1980 to 2010. Eric is a five-year-old boy who was shopping with his parents. As he was in a clothing shop unattended by his parents, he started to mess around the dress, staining the clothes with his chocolate. A sales assistant approached him and told him nicely not to do that, but he scolded the sales assistant, saying that his parents would come and “fire” the sales assistant. His parents then appeared all of a sudden. When the sales assistant explained to the parents politely about what has happened, the parents tossed cash at the sales assistant, saying this: “Don’t you bully my boy! I don’t care what he’s done—how much is the dress? Is this enough?” In case you’re shocked, this is a true story related by a sales assistant to the media a few years back. You need another example? Okay, here’s one: a twenty-year-old boy has just enlisted into the army. Halfway through his BMT, when he told his instructors that he would not like to continue his training, his instructors laughed and said that was not possible. The boy then cried, called his parents and the next day, the parents spoke to the commanding officer and instructors, claiming that their son was bullied. The instructors, commanding officer and others involved got into trouble—but not that boy. By now, you should know who we’re referring to. A person in the Durian Generation is so protected that if anything goes against his wishes, he just need to tell his parents and they’ll come to his rescue. It’s coined the Durian Generation because they themselves are weak, but has become somewhat fearsome because of the shells (parents). While you can scold and ignore people from the Strawberry Generation who are often harmless, people from the Durian Generation aren’t—they’ve got power (their parents) and so, you’ll have to do what they want simply because they’ll use that power if you disobey their orders. Do you have a friend who belongs to the Durian Generation? Or are you one? Tiagong here a lot durian....
  12. And no! Not optimus prime! Seven-year-old boy in China electrocuted after urinating on transformer PUBLISHED ON MAY 19, 2015 8:51 AM PRINTEMAIL The shed where seven-year-old Fang Haohao urinated in, which he thought was a toilet. It turned out to be a 10,000-volt electrical substation. -- PHOTO: WEIBO XI'AN - A boy suffered a near-fatal electrocution when he urinated on a transformer on a roadside in China's Xi'an, the capital of Shaanxi province. Fang Haohao, seven, wanted to relieve himself while waiting with his parents at a bus stop and was told by his father to do so at an open space behind some hoarding, according to My Paper. Mr Fang then heard crackling noises shortly after and saw thick smoke rising from a nearby shed, which turned out to be a 10,000-volt electrical substation. He rushed over to discover his son lying on the floor of the shed, his whole body on fire. All the boy's hair had been burnt off and he was covered in blisters. Haohao was rushed to a hospital, which transferred him to a better-equipped facility where his left arm was amputated. A doctor also said nearly half of the boy's body was severely burnt and that his skull was visible. Police on the scene discovered a small warning sign on the shed but was unable to establish who owned it. Speaking to local media, a tearful Mr Fang questioned the lack of prominent warning signs around the substation. He also asked why it was located so near a bus stop. "We come from a village. My son must have thought it uncivilised to pee by the roadside in a city. But at his age, how could he have known that it was a substation?" he said. Quoting a physics teacher in Xi'An, My Paper reported that urine, consisting mostly of saline, is a good conductor of electricity. An electrical current could have flowed through the boy's stream of urine if it came into contact with the transformer, causing an electric shock. Why do I not feel a bit sad? KArma is indeed a bitch
  13. More apt to start a new one on this scammer thingy. Old man hurls himself onto stationary car at Ang Mo Kio StompThursday, Apr 09, 2015 unclefakeaccident_main.jpg 1980 8 0 3 0 Print A driver slowed his car down when he noticed an elderly man standing in the middle of the road, but was shocked when the latter flung himself onto the car bonnet. The driver, who sent footage of the incident to citizen journalism website Stomp, said the incident happened yesterday, Apr 8, at about 4.55pm along Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6. In footage caught by his car's dashboard camera, he slowed down as the elderly man raised his hands and seemed to want to cross the road. He recounted: "A man tried to slow my car down by raising his hands as he pretended to cross the road illegally. Photo Gallery: Old man hurls himself onto stationary car at Ang Mo Kio Click on thumbnail to view photos. Source: Stomp View more "As I slowed down to let him pass, he suddenly jumped onto my front bonnet as if he was knocked down!" The incident has raised alarms as to whether it could have been a fake accident scam, which are rife in China. In such cases, the perpetrator would pretend to be injured by claiming that they were knocked down by a car, and then proceed to try claiming money from insurance. The driver quickly drove away as he did not want to hold up traffic. However, he noted that the man looked like he was about to try the same stunt on another vehicle. - See more at: http://news.asiaone.com/news/singapore/old-man-hurls-himself-stationary-car-ang-mo-kio#sthash.mQYPr19l.dpuf https://www.facebook.com/straitstimes.stomp/photos/a.228017343896382.64081.144053245626126/969570346407741/?type=1&theater Video here..sibei drama http://singaporeseen.stomp.com.sg/singaporeseen/this-urban-jungle/chinas-fake-accident-scam-in-spore-watch-how-old-man-hurls-himself-onto-stationary#xtor=CS1-2
  14. RadX

    Torn between current and ex

    If I were him let both drown n find new one