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  1. My PI didn't return the coe deposit and has been giving excuses to delay and delay. It is 10k and do I go to CASE? Or small claims?
  2. is that why this few days so cold? :huh:
  3. Lady who helped Amos Yee get asylum in US now wants him deported from US He was recently deplatformed after he was banned on Facebook and Twitter, and had his Patreon page disabled. This was after content he was uploading was reported. These included videos and Facebook posts that served to legitimise and legalise paedophilia. One former Yee supporter, Melissa Chen, is the latest, and probably the most relevant advocate to speak out against Yee. Basically, she’s a human rights activist originally from Singapore, who played a huge part in securing Yee’s political asylum in America. Change in perspective But for a while now, she has been strongly against Yee’s choice of content and speech. In perhaps the strongest statement yet, Chen made a nearly 10-minute video discussing her thoughts on Yee.(video at URL) Key points If you don’t have 10 minutes to spare, here are some of the key points she made. She had handed Yee some documents that kickstarted the entire asylum process while he was still in jail in Singapore. Yee had cut all ties with her since February 2017. He had apparently done this as he felt she was being too authoritarian in her advice to him to ensure his success in gaining asylum in the US. She rarely even thought about what he was up to, or kept up to date with him. Now, she feels Yee has to be deported from America, because of his views on paedophilia. She also volunteered to escort him on his one-way ticket back.While a free-speech advocate, she insists there are some ideas that are unacceptable: She did acknowledge the irony of a free-speech warrior like her advocating for shutting down Yee’s avenues for his free speech.Chen explained how she feels responsible, due to her role in getting him asylum. She reiterated her call to get Yee out of America, stating “being in America is a privilege, not a right”. Hindsight Chen then gave a succinct summary of the entire Amos Yee fiasco in Singapore, as well as highlight some of the international media’s glowing praise of Yee. After summarising the timeline, Chen talked about the blindspots and biases some activists, including herself, might have suffered from: One of those biases being his much lauded intelligence. She further stated that Yee was a narcissist and had “zero redeeming qualities”.Chen did reiterate her opposition to the measures taken against Yee in Singapore. She also blamed those actions, and Singapore’s general culture, on not nourishing his “neurodivergent idiosyncrasies”. Despite that, Chen also acknowledged Yee was no longer a child and had to be held accountable for his actions as an adult. Chen said she was personally sorry for how this turned out, and how this might affect future activists in Singapore. She also had this to say about Yee.
  4. Tonyng

    Tray Return

    http://www.straitstimes.com/breaking-news/...returning-20130 I got this idea that tray return would put old aunties and uncles out of jobs, benefit greedy operators and with no savings will be passed to consumers. Though I always clean up when I know someone is actively waiting for my table. Otherwise I am not for tray return for now. Anyone disagree?
  5. @credor @davidtch @dleodleo @easyrider @theoldjaffa @ender @lala81 @rctp @sturtles @silangkia @sadan @tohto Here it is, the return of the 10x10 challenge some of you have requested for. I am putting this thread under "Healthcare & wellness" because I feel that it better suits here instead of under the "meet up" folder. So here goes. Start date: 26 March 2018 (Monday) End date: 03 June 2018 ( Sunday) Total 10 weeks. challenge 10 km a week (run, jog, walk, crawl), as long as you complete 10 km from Monday 00:00 hrs to Sunday 23:59 hrs each week. Those who can do more, pls go ahead and do more, pls do not stop at 10km. I am planning our start of event run on the evening of 27 March 2018, Tuesday. Location TBA end of this week, please refer back here for updates. Any suggestions on location beside the usual few we had? @adrianli @bancoe, do join us for the run if you are available on the day. @roadrunner2029, @mason016, pls do continue to give us your valuable tips and pointers to help us run better, faster and safer. Anyone else who is interested to join the grp, pls download Strava apps, look for "mcf running club" and request to join, send @ender or Tianmo a note so that we know who you are and can accept your request. we will stop accepting on 18 March, new comers can use the following week to get use to the app, fine tune and warn up before the start of the event. Current challengers pls make use of the 2 weeks to warn up your engines. Thats all from me for now, you guys pls carry on from here.
  6. Hey bros, If can, how to do it ah? Please kindly advice!
  7. https://www.formula1.com/en/latest/headlines/2017/11/alfa-romeo-to-return-to-f1-with-sauber.html The Sauber F1 Team have signed a multi-year technical and commercial partnership with Alfa Romeo, returning the Italian car manufacturer to F1 after an absence of more than 30 years. The deal will see the Swiss squad renamed Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team from 2018, with the car bearing the Alfa Romeo logo and being equipped with 2018-spec Ferrari engines. “This agreement with the Sauber F1 Team is a significant step in the reshaping of the Alfa Romeo brand, which will return to Formula 1 after an absence of more than 30 years,” said Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne, who also acts as CEO of Alf’s parent company Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. “A storied marque that has helped make the history of this sport, Alfa Romeo will join other major automakers that participate in Formula 1. The brand itself will also benefit from the sharing of technology and strategic know-how with a partner of the Sauber F1 Team’s undisputed experience. “The Alfa Romeo engineers and technicians, who have already demonstrated their capabilities with the newly-launched models, Giulia and Stelvio, will have the opportunity to make that experience available to the Sauber F1 Team. At the same time, Alfa Romeo fans will once again have the opportunity to support an automaker that is determined to begin writing an exciting new chapter in its unique, legendary sporting history.” Pascal Picci, Chairman of Sauber Holding AG, added: “We are very pleased to welcome Alfa Romeo to the Sauber F1 Team. Alfa Romeo has a long history of success in Grand Prix racing, and we are very proud that this internationally renowned company has chosen to work with us for its return to the pinnacle of motorsport. “Working closely with a car manufacturer is a great opportunity for the Sauber Group to further develop its technology and engineering projects. We are confident that together we can bring the Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team great success, and look forward to a long and successful partnership.” Alfa Romeo was the dominant force as the Formula 1 World Championship began in 1950, with the Italian marque claiming an historic 1-2-3 in the first ever race at Silverstone before claiming back-to-back world championships with Nino Farina and Juan Manuel Fangio. The Milan-based marque then served an engine supplier for several teams from 1961 until 1979, before returning with a works team from 1979 to 1985. Sauber have not yet revealed who will race for them in 2018, but having strengthened their ties with Ferrari – which carries Alfa logos on its cars - the Scuderia’s junior drivers Charles Leclerc (the recently crowned F2 champion) and Antonio Giovinazzi are thought to be firmly in the frame for seats.
  8. What it means to be a successful investor in 2016 can be summed up in four words: bigger gambles, lower returns. Thanks to rock-bottom interest rates in the U.S., negative rates in other parts of the world, and lackluster growth, investors are becoming increasingly creative—and embracing increasing risk—to bolster their performances. To even come close these days to what is considered a reasonably strong return of 7.5%, pension funds and other large endowments are reaching ever further into riskier investments: adding big dollops of global stocks, real estate and private-equity investments to the once-standard investment of high-grade bonds. Two decades ago, it was possible to make that kind of return just by buying and holding investment-grade bonds, according to new research. In 1995, a portfolio made up wholly of bonds would return 7.5% a year with a likelihood that returns could vary by about 6%, according to research by Callan Associates Inc., which advises large investors. To make a 7.5% return in 2015, Callan found, investors needed to spread money across risky assets, shrinking bonds to just 12% of the portfolio. Private equity and stocks needed to take up some three-quarters of the entire investment pool. But with the added risk, returns could vary by more than 17%. Nominal returns were used for the projections, but substituting in assumptions about real returns, adjusted for inflation, would have produced similar findings, said Jay Kloepfer, Callan’s head of capital markets research. The amplified bets carry potential pitfalls and heftier management fees. Global stocks and private equity represent among the riskiest bets investors can make today, Mr. Kloepfer said. “Stocks are just ownership, and they can go to zero. Private equity can also go to zero,” said Mr. Kloepfer, noting bonds will almost always pay back what was borrowed, plus a coupon. “The perverse result is you need more of that to get the extra oomph.” Bonds historically produced a source of safe, good-enough streams of profit that allowed long-term, risk-averse investors to hit annual targets. The era of low rates has all but erased that buffer. The absence of a few extra percentage points of yield means investors must now compensate by embracing unsafe bets that could strike big—or flop. The Callan report highlights how risky an endeavor that is. “Not nearly enough attention has been paid to the toll these low rates—and now negative rates—are taking on the ability of investors to save and plan for the future,” BlackRock Inc. Chief Executive Officer Laurence Fink said in a recent letter to shareholders. Some investors such as David Villa of the $100 billion State of Wisconsin Investment Board argue that at near zero, rates are artificially suppressed, and it’s creating bubbles in asset prices. Advertisement “We know the Federal Reserve is trying to trick us—we’re dealing with distortions,” said Mr. Villa, referring to how low rates have historically encouraged investors to take on more risk. “They want us to invest in building new things, but what [investors are] doing is trading existing assets at higher and higher prices.” Many large investors aren’t gambling that big—and their returns are lagging well behind internal targets. The nation’s largest public pension fund, the California Public Employees’ Retirement System, has one-fifth of its assets in bonds and is down 1.3% since July 1, according to public documents. The system, known by its abbreviation Calpers, also has 53.1% of its assets in stocks, 9% in real estate and 9.4% in private equity. In 2015, Calpers posted a return of 2.4%, below its target rate of 7.5%. The risk dilemma for investors has real-life consequences. Retirement plans, including Calpers and the New York State Common Retirement Fund, are lowering what they predict they can earn on their investments, a move that means workers and cities likely face higher contributions and taxes. For insurers, lower bond returns mean life-insurance policyholders pay more for coverage. It wasn’t always this complex. Two decades ago big investors had their money sitting primarily in U.S. stocks and bonds. Inflation was 4% and yields on investment-grade bonds roared upward at double that rate. After the 2008 financial crisis, central bankers pushed down rates to stimulate growth, dropping real returns close to zero for higher-quality debt. Government bonds in Japan and Europe now have nominal yields below zero. Cheaper borrowing costs generally spur new investments from companies or consumers. But instead, global production is flat or declining, and consumers face stagnant wages that crimp their ability to spend. That has pushed down the “neutral rate,” or the real rate of interest that neither accelerates nor decelerates the economy. It is now basically flat, compared with 4% or 5% in prior decades, said Roberto Perli, a partner at Cornerstone Macro, a macroeconomic research firm. While some investors are loading up on traditionally risky assets as a way of hitting ambitious targets, others—concerned about a slowing global economy—are wrestling with how to reduce risk without piling into bonds. ‘I can’t just reach out and grab a high-quality bond that’s yielding 6% or 7%. They don’t exist.’ —Tom Girard, New York Life Insurance Co. The nation’s second-largest public pension plan, the California State Teachers’ Retirement System, has shifted a significant amount of money away from some stocks and bonds to protect against a downturn. It moved assets into U.S. Treasurys and so-called liquid-alternative funds, which mimic hedge-fund strategies. Calstrs, as the pension is called, reported gains of 1.5% during a choppy 2015, with returns on its fixed-income investments up just 0.6%. “We used to say bonds would be that risk protection,” saidChristopher Ailman, chief investment officer at Calstrs. “Now we can’t.” For instance, in 2002, safer corporate bonds returned about 11%, while U.S. stocks fell roughly 22%, according to a Segal Rogerscasey analysis of the Russell 3000 stock index, plus historical bond returns tracked by Barclays and Citigroup. But during the 2008 crisis, stocks fell more than 37% and higher-quality bonds declined 3.3%, according to the Segal Rogerscasey analysis. More recently, those types of bonds fell during stock-market tumbles in August and December, Segal Rogerscasey said. Others are willing to accept lower returns for now and wait for better days ahead. The Wisconsin pension sold off trophy real-estate and private-equity holdings when it believed prices were high over the past two years and switched into publicly traded stocks and bonds that can be sold quickly, Mr. Villa said. Not all investors have the luxury of avoiding bonds. New York Life Insurance Co., which has about 89% of its $220 billion in assets in bonds, once could find what it needed among well-known, plain-vanilla securities. Insurers typically have large holdings of high-quality government and corporate bonds, because of state-regulatory guidelines encouraging safe investments. But now the insurer has to scour the globe for suitable bets in assets in which it had never before dabbled—such as complex bond deals involving railcar leases, shipping containers and legal-settlement payouts. The insurer has “looked under rocks, far and wide” to find suitable fixed-income investments, said Tom Girard, who leads New York Life’s fixed-income team. “I can’t just reach out and grab a high-quality bond that’s yielding 6% or 7%.” he added. “They don’t exist.”
  9. taken from yahoo http://sg.yfittopostblog.com/2010/09/27/rw...-your-winnings/ wtf?? can imagine how pissed he is... would they have refund him his $$ if he had lost instead? classic example of "the house always win" rules apply here A 67-year-old man was told to forfeit his winnings at Resorts World Sentosa’s (RWS) casino after finding out his exclusion order from the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG) had taken effect. Retired cabby Mr Teo Thiam Kee told The New Paper (TNP) that he knew his son had applied for an exclusion order but was not told when the order would take effect so he continued going to the casino to gamble. He said, “I’d won about S$200 but they made me cough up the money before I was allowed to leave. This is unfair. They allowed me to enter but took away my winnings.” According to the same paper, Mr Teo and his family appeared before the committee of assessors at the Family Link@Lengkok Bahru on Sept 8. The committee hears cases before deciding whether to grant the exclusion order. He then went to RWS after the session ended and continued to do so over the next few days as he was told that it would take some time for the order to be granted. However, he was stopped on Sept 11 after he scanned his identity card to exit the casino. Mr Teo returned his S$200 winnings and told TNP, “I didn’t know I had to forfeit my winnings. If I knew, I wouldn’t have gone there.” RWS spokesman, Ms Lee Sin Yee, said the exclusion order for Mr Teo showed up in the system at the time of his exit and not when he entered. Mr Teo claimed that the letter from NCPG informing him that the exclusion order had been granted was dated Sept 9 and delivered by hand after he returned home that same day. It was also reported that the notification of the exclusion order is sent by courier to the respondent and once it is issued, the exclusion order will be deemed effective, regardless of whether the respondent has received it. According to the Casino Control Act, an excluded person or those below the age of 21 must forfeit their winnings if they are caught in the casinos here. The forfeited money goes into the Government Consolidated Fund.
  10. Anybody brought this "Flights to Hong Kong: Return Cathay Pacific Flights for 1 Person @ $255.00" from groupon web site? http://getaways.groupon.sg/en/deals/720487007 How is your experience when you try to redeem the air ticket from Fare Express Pte Ltd? Please share...
  11. Just in on CNA. Those driving in or taking 170 bus to JB for day trip how? Got exception?
  12. Chowyunfatt

    God Of Gamblers...The Return...

    Chow Yun Fatt returns as God of Gamblers... http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/entert...-as/759472.html
  13. Generator

    Will you return the phone?

    http://singaporeseen.stomp.com.sg/stomp/sg...picking_up.html I was reading this stomp article and it seems to me that the stomper is a goodie-two-shoes and is shocked that such things happen in Singapore. come on..is she dreaming? cant stand these super morally upright people If it is me, i confirm wont return the phone. throw sim card away and quickly sell to ah beng shop.
  14. Mum went to bank with 3 chqs, total $97,720. Open FD with bank at $90,000, so the rest $7,720 put into a saving account. FD settled....acknowledgement receipt printed. Passbook also printed and all done. Came home.....mum discovered instead of $7,720.....the bank printed $9,720. Mum told me she saw all the forms and other documents duly stamped and signed by the bank. Any fault with mum,she asked??? She said trobluesome go back to them.
  15. Part 1. http://www.mycarforum.com/index.php?showto...*++sing*++song* Part 2. http://www.mycarforum.com/index.php?showtopic=2668777 Part 3. http://www.mycarforum.com/index.php?showtopic=2673383 Part 4. http://www.mycarforum.com/index.php?showtopic=2675138 Part 5. http://www.mycarforum.com/index.php?showtopic=2677521 Part 6. http://www.mycarforum.com/index.php?showto...t=0&start=0 Part 7. http://www.mycarforum.com/index.php?showtopic=2680385 Part 8. http://www.mycarforum.com/index.php?showtopic=2680592
  16. what is the penalty for returning? can nego with developer to "offset" (ie: $10K-$20K?) which is the penalty bear by previous buyer if buy a returned home is considered 2nd sales (old shoes) ? >>> sources from ST Buyers return 150 private homes in May Figure a five-year high but spike 'due mostly to April's robust sales, so rate largely stable' By ESTHER TEO PROPERTY REPORTER Private home buyers returned 150 units to developers last month at projects such as Sky Habitat, The Tampines Trilliant and Hillsta - the highest number in at least five years. These units, bought in April, made up 5.7 per cent of the more than 2,600 non-landed homes, including executive condominiums (ECs), sold that month, analysis by property research firm Square Foot Research shows. Despite the high absolute figure for returns, experts say that in percentage terms, the rate is in line with last year's. They add that the spike in absolute numbers is largely due to April's robust sales which had buyers snapping up the most number of units in almost three years.
  17. True the Korean was drunk and not making sense in his native language, I agree with the STOMPer that there was uncalled provocation by the local guy with his aggressive pointings and threats which resulted in the latter kena slapped or punched [shakehead] Not sure if there was a free-for-all after the video footage as things seemed likely to spiral rapidly downwards after the punching. Check out the video embedded in the website From STOMP: http://singaporeseen.stomp.com.sg/stomp/sg...with_drunk.html Posted on 16 May 2012 Man provokes Korean man -- and gets slapped in return STOMPer Ozer came across this video of a man involved in an argument with a Korean online. Over the course of their disagreement, the foreigner touches him on the face. He responds by shoving him back, and gets slapped in the face. According to the video's description, the Korean man had been drunk at the time of the incident. He had apparently boarded a taxi but had turned violent when the cabby asked him to fasten his seatbelt. A passerby -- the man seen arguing in the video -- then intervened to help out the cabby. The video was uploaded two days ago on May 14. Said the STOMPer: "I found this video of a Korean punching a local. "The Korean was drunk and riding in a taxi. "An argument broke out, and then a passer-by stepped in to 'help' the cabbie. "In the end, the Korean hit him in the face. "If you keep annoying a drunk guy, you are obviously asking for trouble! "While the Korean may have been at fault at the start, the passerby was aggravating the matter by even trying to talk sense to him. "Why make matters worse when you can just wait for the Police to arrive?"
  18. Nissan design chief hints at return of Silvia or lightweight Fairlady Z | Japanese Nostalgic Car Over the weekend design chief Shiro Nakamura told the Sydney Morning Herald that Nissan is looking to downsize its sports cars.
  19. Scb11980

    Once sold - NO RETURN

    He sleeps with bride, then wants his $6,800 back Small claims court rules agency need not refund man who sent home Viet bride-to-be. Amanda Phua Sun, Feb 26, 2012 The New Paper He took a prospective bride to stay with him and his two young children in his flat for a week. Then the delivery driver, 52, sent the 23-year-old woman home to Vietnam and demanded a refund of the $6,800 fee he had paid the matchmaking agency which introduced them. The reason: He felt the woman was too ugly for him. But not too ugly, it seems, for him to sleep with her before sending her back. This was the matchmaking agency's claim after the man, who wanted to be known only as Mr Tan, demanded his money back. Mr Mark Lin, 48, the owner of Vietnam Brides International Matchmaker, said he refused Mr Tan's demand because he suspected the latter had slept with the woman. He said that when he asked her about it, she said yes. Mr Lin added: "If it was the woman who changed her mind, I would have returned him the money. "But he was the one who didn't want her. If I keep giving refunds, my business will go bust. He was the one who chose her in the first place." Mr Tan denied that he slept with the woman and the dispute went before the Small Claims Tribunal last September. Last Friday, the judge ruled in Mr Lin's favour, saying he did not have to refund Mr Tan. Mr Tan went to Mr Lin's agency in August and selected an 18-year-old Vietnamese girl to be his bride. The teenager went home with him that evening. "I really liked her so I didn't want to touch her until we were properly married. She slept with my daughter in another bedroom," said Mr Tan. But the next day, the teenager called her friend to say she was afraid of Mr Tan's children, aged nine and 11, and because of their ages, she felt more like their sister than their mother. So Mr Tan took her back to the agency. He said: "I looked up Mark on a Saturday afternoon and he promised to show me more women the following week." Mr Lin later called him up and said he had a woman available but did not have photos of her. Mr Tan agreed to go to the airport to meet her on the day she arrived. Mr Lin and an interpreter were also there. He said: "She looked just like a boy. I didn't like. I could not accept her as my wife." He claimed that Mr Lin asked him to let the woman stay at his place for a couple of days because he had nowhere to house her. "They are good with words and said the girls are pitiful because they have to sleep in his office, which is cramped and uncomfortable. "On Hari Raya Puasa last year, less than a week after she moved in, she said she wanted to go home. There's no point in keeping her if she wants to go home," said Mr Tan. So he took her to the airport that day and bought her a plane ticket to go home, he said. He insisted they did not have sex while she was staying with him. Mr Tan said he tried looking for Mr Lin over the week but to no avail. A week later, he finally met Mr Lin at his office in Orchard Plaza. But Mr Lin refused to refund his money. "I paid him $6,800 but I still didn't get a wife," Mr Tan said. He said he earns $1,800 a month and lives in an executive flat in Hougang with his children. He gives his ex-wife $400 monthly. He and the China-born woman were divorced in 2009 after she allegedly cheated on him and worked as a prostitute. Mr Tan said his ex-wife is now seeking custody of their daughter. This was why he wanted to remarry - so that someone could care for the children, which would increase his chances of winning custody of the kids. Matchmaker's version Mr Lin, however, had a different story. He said Mr Tan was trying to hurry things along and that was why both women went home with him soon after meeting him. Mr Lin confirmed that Mr Tan had paid in cash on the spot after meeting the first woman. They then went back to Mr Lin's office to apply for a wedding date on the Registry of Marriages website. But the next morning, Mr Tan called him to complain that the girl refused to let him kiss or touch her. Mr Lin said he offered to introduce Mr Tan to more women. The following week, he told Mr Tan about a woman who was available, adding that she was not pretty but would take care of him. He claimed that Mr Tan was so eager to meet the second woman that he offered to meet them at the airport. "He took his kids along to the airport, saw her and said he liked her. He even took her to his home," said Mr Lin. "We took her luggage to his home, and the interpreter and I went back to the office." Two days later, Mr Tan wanted to apply to register their marriage. But because he had recently done so with a different woman, he would have to wait three months. A week later, Mr Lin said Mr Tan told him that he could not "tolerate it any more", referring to the woman's looks. Said Mr Lin: "I told him that she loved his kids, but he still didn't want her. "She called the interpreter before she left, and the interpreter told me that she said they slept together and had sex. But he denied it. "I let him choose if he wanted the woman. If he didn't like her, why did he want to register their marriage?" Mr Lin, who has been in the matchmaking line for two decades, said it was not the first time a marriage didn't work out. He said: "Previously, there were people who changed their minds. The customer just topped up some money and got another woman. Everything was settled." Mr Lin added that the standard protocol would be to pay a deposit, take the woman for a full medical check-up and, if both parties are agreeable, she can go home with the client. The process takes about two days, he said. "But that man couldn't wait. He said he wanted a wife to only look after his kids. That's obviously not true."
  20. Strudel-

    Return of Honda's legecy

    NSX !!!!!!!!!!!!!! Acura NSX Unlike the Toyota crappy replacement for AE86 (even though I was never a fail of the AE to begin with).
  21. FaezClutchless

    Is Datsun set to return?

    [extract] It has been a long time since I saw a Datsun vehicle driven on the road. It was a Datsun 120Y, also known as the Sunny (if I
  22. Recently, I had the pleasure of celebrating my 30th year of existence and without much fanfare (my personal preference), it was a lovely evening spent with the family and loved ones. According to what most people were telling me, turning 30 does come with some caveats, even the Government felt that my current form of identification needed changing and sent me a letter requesting for a new photograph. (Which reminds me, I need to search for that letter again.) Some say, it all goes downhill from here. Some say, you stop counting once you hit 30 and every year after that, you can choose to stay 30. Sadly, my waistline has already gone past 30 year after year. As for those late night parties, forget them. I sometimes cannot even keep myself awake to watch the latest episode of Ancient Aliens. Partying is probably not that much fun now that I cannot tell young lasses that I'm still in my trendy twenties either. Oh my, getting on with age does seem to be somewhat dreary. But enough about me, here in the cusp of my hand, are the keys to a brand new BMW 6 Series. The first to carry the
  23. The world cup qualifier is happening on 28 July in KL (the return leg). Who would be interested in leading or joining a convoy to the game?
  24. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJkrA6DtDgQ
  25. Hi all, just wana to confirm it is so expensive for taiwan and sg taxes or just recently are there any adjustments? to CLARIFY, $531 is for 2 pax...