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  1. Hi Folks, Thinking of spending my weekends in a more constructive way. Attending a course/training/skillset upgrade/hobbies come into my mind. It doesn't need to be something expensive, could be a few sessions at the community center too. Still looking for something worthwhile to participate. Have you attended any courses recently which you find very worthwhile? Care to share? Please don't tell me to volunteer in RC activities during the weekends.
  2. Recently I've been seeing alot of public sector vehicles getting into accidents! Lately, there was this SBS bus that mounted kerb and went right onto the pedestrian crossing, covering the entire zebra crossing o_O http://www.asiaone.com/Motoring/News/Trans...208-262483.html Here's the pic if you don't believe me: Then got other cases of police cars getting into accidents: Think the policeman too shagged out from his 12-hour duty, ahaha. Actually, to tell you the truth, the way the Police Force trains new drivers might be too short for them to take the wheel immediately. Those without driving licences go for a 2-week crash course, after which they are more or less guaranteed a licence. Then they go on a 1-day Police Driving Course, which just brings them from one end of the island to another end. So, they only have, at most, 1-month's worth of training before they are allowed to drive patrol cars. Not very right, right?