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GRAB DRIVER TURNS EMO AFTER REALISING I AM NOT HIS CORRECT PASSENGER

This *GRAB driver though, started to get emotional and BLAMED me for getting into the wrong cab. When his customer called, he said, "got one customer got into the wrong cab. I can make an u-turn to fetch you. If YOU can't wait, YOU cancel". (What? Even with his side of customer he's pushing the responsibility to him/her as well?)

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MALAYSIAN WIN FIFA AWARD, SINGAPORE FOOTBALL STILL IN DOLDRUMS

Yesterday's FIFA Awards just gave the goal of the year 2016 to Malaysian Faiz Subri, who plays for Penang in the Malaysian League. He becomes the first Asian to win the prestigious award.

A Malaysian has already won the award, playing in a league that some of our local boys played in too. About time Singapore footballers rise up to the challenge. But maybe time for our own league to be more professionally run first, rather than have all these administrators who keep changing the rules every year? First world country, but cannot even run the world's most favourite sport properly.

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RE-EMPLOYMENT ACT: OLDER WORKERS CAN WORK TILL THEY ARE 67

It states that “If employers cannot find work for such workers in their companies, they can transfer them to their subsidiaries or another employer with the workers’ consent, or give them a one-off payment as a last resort.”

Does this mean that an employer can find another employer to offer any job on any salary on any terms – and if the employee does not accept – the employer just needs to pay a one-time amount of between “$5,500 and $13,000”?

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HELP SAVE EX-HOUSE CATS OF DAKOTA CRESCENT

I am a volunteer along with a few friends, rendering assistance to ex-house cats in Dakota Crescent whom have been abandoned/left behind when their ex-owners moved out. As the estate is slated to be demolished, the area is extremely unsafe with heavy furniture and all kinds of rubbish thrown around.

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CHINA PUNISHES ALL WHO REFUSE TO BOW DOWN, NOT A BIG BULLY YOU SAY?

In December, China blocked the Mongolian border just because they hosted the Dalai Lama. Does China not care that the vehicle drivers (many of them chinese themselves) were stranded in -25 degrees celsius temperature? Then recently, they hired HK and Taiwan thugs to harrass and attack some pro-democracy Hongkong activists. One of the activists was even injured badly. Don't be dumb! You bow down to them once, they will demand for your undying loyalty to the great China forever. They have no respect for human lives, no respect for basic law, and no respect for international law!

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MOBILITY SCOOTER SPOTTED ON THE ROAD!

Wah, spotted one elderly woman riding her mobility scooter on the road! According to the news report, the road is at Ang Mo Kio Avenue 4.

The elderly woman have a death wish? Or she just does not know that roads are meant for vehicles, and her mobility scooter is not considered a vehicle?

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YOU KNOW AH, EUNOIA JC STARTED SCHOOL YESTERDAY

Eunoia JC started their school term yesterday. Their students to have a say on the uniform design, what type of CCA that the JC should have, and even composing of the school anthem. The first batch of students were warmly welcomed to the school yesterday, in an event specially prepared for by their teachers and student leaders.

Just too bad that they still have a pretentious name.

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SPOOKY BISHAN MRT ESCALATORS: SPATE OF ACCIDENTS & FALLS REMAIN UNEXPLAINED

According to some old-time Bishaners who grew up in the 2 small villages, "the entire Bishan was a cemetery & it was a huge one", "there were some areas in Bishan that I'll avoid at night". Many older MRT staff have also experienced unusual technical difficulties upon reaching the station. Perhaps Bishan station is spooked, and is one area we should avoid, since SMRT asserts that "there was no malfunction in escalator operations".

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