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Mkt is so stressed, so “Relack” – Laugh loh

May 9th, 2012


A Call to technical support:

Caller:                     Hi, our printer is not working.

Customer Service:    What is wrong with it?

Caller:                     Mouse is jammed.

Customer Service:    Mouse?   And how it is related to printer?

Caller:                     Mmmm.. Wait, I will send that picture.





U can achieve anything if U think out of the box!

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Lobang Ah – 51% off Air Tickets – 2 days left

May 3rd, 2012


Did you receive this offer?

Limited period only – Need to confirm booking from 2nd to 4th May, when to travel is up to you.

The Promotion Code:  NTUC51

Highlight above path and right click to open link or copy and paste onto a new webpage.


Good Luck!


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Lobang Ah – Fire Sale at Harris Planerds

May 2nd, 2012


Harris Planerds Bookstore Turns ONE sale:

2 items – 20%

3 items – 30%

4 items – 40%

5 items – 50%

6 or more – 60% off

******T&C Apply********


When:   From 4th to 20th May.

Where:  313@Somerset L4


A Bad Decision is Better Than An Indecision


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How to make your own washing detergent?

May 2nd, 2012


This recipe is concocted by a group of ITE College East students, which could help you to save money by making your own washing detergent.

Ya, save the money to invest, wahaha!  Also, it’s eco-friendly.

You give your plastic container a 2nd life and re-cylce the waste (orange peels) too.


Self-made Washing Detergent:

1 part brown sugar

3 parts orange peels

10 parts water


This concoction needs to ferment for 3 to 5 months to produce the enzyme that is vital to the cleaning process, and then filtered to remove the sendiments.

Do it together with your children and/or loved ones, it helps to promote 感觉, 亲情  ah!

See the fruit of your labour, much much later.  Patience, Patience and Patience will be rewarded.




Do more and have more in our lives.

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Lobang Ah – Taser International

May 2nd, 2012


Taser International – U.S. Stock

“pa baey xi  BUT  a thiang” gun  – Taser Gun

It takes 4 months to go up and 4 months to go down, so be patience.

Last December 2011, highest done is US$6.33.

This March 2012, lowest done is US$3.98.



Yesterday, 01-05-12, last done US$4.64

Game for it?




Don’t Get Married To  ONE  Stock


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Flyer Distributor Wanted

April 30th, 2012


Winnie is looking for flyer distributor on these 2 days.
Venue at parkway.
Interested parties , please give her a buzz  H/P:  90300189


The only disability in life is a bad attitude.

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行人道。斑马线。交通灯 by Baey Yam Keng on Wednesday, March 28, 2012 at 12:28am

April 27th, 2012

This article is well-written in Mandarin and also translated into English by our handsome MP Mr Baey Yam Keng:

Patience, tolerance, magnanimous and  consideration are the important grains to become gracious Singaporeans.  How to form the habits?

Everday, praise 3 persons, do 3 good deeds and greet your family members and friends, say thank you.

After 18 days, you are a changed person to the better lah, dude.















马 路如虎口,就算是在斑马线,或是交通灯绿人亮着的时候,也要左右看一看,查一查车辆是否停了下来。虽然在指定过道过马路完全没错,法律也会站在行人这一 边,可是,万一发生意外,吃亏的肯定是行人。就算交警法官会判肇祸司机有罪,扣分、罚款,甚至坐牢,但受伤的是行人,痛的是自己的身躯,值得吗?





新 加坡是一个讲法律的地方,什么可以做,什么不可以做,都明文规定。执法者也很有效率,抄牌、警告、罚款或坐牢,总会有一招生效。可是,我们是否认为凡事有 法律保护,有警察抓坏人,而就掉以轻心,警惕心大减?或者,变得事事都依法行事?认为“这是法律规定,这就是我的权利”、“那是他的错,我为什么要让步? 需要妥协的人应该是他!”。

斑马线和交通灯固然是现代社会的基本交通设施, 但我们不可变成没有斑马线和交通灯就不懂得如何安全地过马路,更不要认为斑马线和交通灯就一定是万无一失的安全之道。







Pavement, Zebra Crossing, Traffic Lights


During the “KopiTalk” session held at Tampines North two weeks ago, a resident expressed unhappiness over the reckless behaviour of some cyclists on the pavement.


The relevant authorities are carrying out plans to widen the pavement so as to accommodate both pedestrians and cyclists.


Unless we strive to be more gracious and magnanimous, this will continue to pose as a problem regardless of the width of the walkway. The bicycle is akin to an iron horse capable of a traveling speed many times higher than that of a pedestrian. Therefore, cyclists have the added responsibility of keeping their acceleration and environment in check.  When ringing the bell, they should exercise judgment and discretion, especially when alerting the elderly who require a relatively longer reaction time. Impatience will only create unnecessary burden and distress.


On the other hand, disputes are seemingly unavoidable if pedestrians insist on hogging the entire walkway and refuse to give way to an oncoming cyclist.


Learning the knack of road crossing in Cambodia


It is not an uncommon sight to spot pedestrians staring hard into their mobile phones or actively engaged in their text messages when crossing the road.


As the Chinese saying goes “The roads are no less dangerous than a tiger’s jarring mouth”, it is therefore crucial to make a quick visual scan of both your left and right to ensure that the traffic has come to a halt before crossing the road. In spite of the conscientious efforts to abide by the traffic regulations, it does not render one invulnerable to the traffic hazards. In the unfortunate event of a road accident, even if the driver eventually received the fair punishment meted out, the injured pedestrian remains the one bearing the physical anguish, wallowing in his sorry plight. Is this even worthy of a justification?


During my trip to Cambodia more than ten years ago, I found it almost an impossible mission to cross the roads in the sea of motorists and pedestrians when there was no proper traffic infrastructure. It took me some time to finally realize that the pedestrians had to move along with the streaming vehicles in order to get to the other side of the road.  While people do not drive fast, motorists would also not stop to give way to pedestrians.   Hence, the trick to crossing the roads with ease in Cambodia – pedestrians blending in with the traffic.


Rational planning interweaved with sensible complementarities makes the art of harmonious living


Singapore is a law-abiding nation with what we know to be the “to do’s” and “not to do’s” explicitly spelt out. Law enforcers are also efficient to issue summons, warnings, composition fines or even mete out the penalty of imprisonment, all of which will indubitably serve their respective purposes. However, can we just outsource our security to our polished and efficient Home Team and therefore subscribe to a lower level of vigilance and surveillance against external jeopardy? On the contrary, will we tailor every aspect of our lives in accordance with the law and ride on the privileges legally prescribed, and refuse to make compromises?


The zebra crossings and traffic lights are modern infrastructure that lend assistance to moderate traffic flow. Nevertheless, we must never take their usually functional and robust capability for granted and gets trapped in the assumption that these tools are unassailable and fail-safe.  Neither should we lose our innate ability to negotiate traffic in the absence of these provisions.


Building interpersonal relationships and living together in a common space not only ask for sagacious planning but also jive with the virtue of emotional and mental forbearance. Sometimes it serves us better to be less fastidious and to exercise greater consideration towards the needs of others.


Patience and tolerance in the fit of rage begets serenity and harmony.

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Lobang Ah – Associate Trainers

April 27th, 2012


Mohd Khair B Mohd Noor is looking for:

Associate Trainers in the area of Corporate Training who are biligual and able to deliver in English/Mandarin or English/Malay or English/Tamil.

Areas of Training include the following:
1. Personal Effectiveness
2. Stress Management
3. Creativity and Innovation
4. Project Management
5. Leadership
If you or your friends are interested, please email your resume to for our consideration.

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Lobang Ah – Looking for Malay-speaking Individual

April 27th, 2012


Mr Pak Hoe Peng is looking for:

A Malay-Speaking Individual to give a 2 to 3 hour presentation to a group size of about 20 to 40 people.

If you think you can and require further informtion, please contact him at

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I like to trade Olam

April 27th, 2012


While waiting for the market to clear its vision, don’t know want to dive or want to fly, there is still kachang puteh money to make from trading some stocks in a range.

Olam is currently trading in the range of 2.28 and 2.38. Put in the Stop loss at 2.18 in order not to get yourself into depression. The stock itself is trending too, so it’s either break up or break down.  There is no proof that every trade is a winner.

It’s ‘chiam tan’ (small profit) and hard-earned too.  You have to ‘geng’ (figure out) when to buy in and how much you want to make, how many days you want to hold.  At times, you walk in and walk out within the day. You have to check the sentiment of the day too. You need at least 10 lots to make the  kachang puteh with a commission rate of 0.18% is more ideal.

After you have tasted the ‘fruit’, walk away.  Wait for the next ‘bud’ (the low) to appear.  Probably, can play  2 or 3 times in a month.

Cut Loss is one of the criteria you must set.



Don’t confuse a correction with a bear market.

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