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  1. 5 Suspension Mods That Can Ruin Your Car. Source: Engineering Explained's Youtube channel https://www.facebook.com/maxpolish/videos/1137284049644671/
  2. kobayashiGT

    Do you think mobile devices ruin love?

    Having saw this post at Stomp. Was wondering if anybody have any experiences wanna share?
  3. Heir to 5.4 billion pound fortune is a drug addict and met his also drug addict wife in rehab. Now the wife supposedly died from OD and he is arrested by Polis. LINK Happy reading
  4. 5 Years all it takes to ruin Singapore 'I know how we got here and I know how we can unscramble it,' he says By Lydia Lim, Senior Political Correspondent ONE freak election result is all it will take to wipe out Singapore's success in building up the city state, Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew warned last night. This could happen if voters became bored and decided to give the 'vociferous opposition' a chance - out of 'light-heartedness, fickleness or sheer madness'. 'In five years, you can ruin this place and it's very difficult to pick up the pieces,' he told 650 participants of a dinner forum at the Shangri-La Hotel. Mr Lee was responding to a Bangladesh delegate who asked if Singapore would continue to thrive in his absence. The delegate also expressed sorrow at the news of Mrs Lee's illness, and Mr Lee thanked him. In his reply, Mr Lee returned to themes he has spoken on often - the need for a system to ensure good leaders emerge, and the danger that voters plumping for more opposition MPs might end up with an unintended change of government. Larger countries rich in resources can survive such a freak outcome, but not Singapore, he said. 'When you're Singapore and your existence depends on performance - extraordinary performance, better than your competitors - when that performance disappears because the system on which it's been based becomes eroded, then you've lost everything,' he said. 'I try to tell the younger generation that and they say the old man is playing the same record, we've heard it all before. I happen to know how we got here and I know how we can unscramble it.' He said a country needed three elements to succeed. First, a government that people have confidence in and will trust when tough decisions need to be taken. Second, leaders who are above board, who make decisions based on necessity, not how they will personally benefit. He said Singaporeans know they have such leaders because, over the years, 'we have not got richer, Singapore has'. Third and most importantly, a country needs able men in charge. The problem with popular democracy, he said, is that during elections, candidates are not judged on how well they can govern, but on their persuasive power. The forum, chaired by Mr Kishore Mahbubani, dean of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, was a highlight of the first World Cities Summit and International Water Week. In his opening remarks, Mr Lee spoke for 20 minutes off the cuff, recounting his 40 years of striving to build up Singapore's independent water supply. He was determined because as long as Singapore was totally reliant on its neighbours for water, it would remain a 'satellite'. During a 30-minute question-and-answer session, participants from around the world probed him about water management and political leadership. He also presented the first Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize to Dr Andrew Benedek, a pioneer in the field of membrane technology for water treatment. A key outcome of several sessions held yesterday was the setting up of an informal network of 16 countries - comprising the Asean 10, China, Japan, South Korea, India, Australia and New Zealand - to share ideas and expertise on how to go about pursuing sustainable development. And the World Bank announced plans to set up in Singapore a regional hub for training urban planners, which will draw on the Republic's success in city development. http://www.straitstimes.com/Free/Story/STIStory_251688.html Sorry ur time is up. U given so much chances. MSK is still on the loose, murderer can wait the street to penang, elite drug user can argue their way out of the noose, ur guards behave like hooligans, ur hen failed to bring down the price of oil, rice and kopi, the ERP is literally a lemon lim, and the complusive gamblers in ***** losing the millions upon millions in rescuing banks is already doing an excellent job ruining SG, no nid to wait for peasants. It's in ur gene to live tat old. It's not in my gene. I know I wud probably not live as old as u, and it wud be a PITA to hv to wait HOPELESSLY for 84 before i can collect my CPF which will not happen. I can't wait tat long either, ur measly payback of 3% using MY $$ to invest is not enuff to pay for 7% inflation. In fact, I'm losing $$ parking in special scam acct. Freak electioN? PP and Hougang have shown that wards in Opposition hands did not succrumb to ghetto. Sure u hv been applying pressure on them, we've seen it, be it giving free parking to MIW linked Grass root leaders, including free carwash, polis escort for opposition members during rallies incl toylet breaks, and the sue cases, we have seen them all. Using taxpayer's $$ for ur own political gains. I'll take my chances .. so far, Penang and other states in MY hv shown that having more Oppositions in Parliament is not a bad thing.