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  • TIB967T's Avatar
    200 posts since Dec '13
    • Originally posted by SMB42P:

      Arh icic! Means 5801K may not have perm service yet like 5803E.. actually I was also like suspecting only HAHA! But indeed 5800M more sticky to 188 then 5801K haha!

      means the USB A95 on 180 that user SG5064X spotted was 5803E...

       

      yea should be so. But er.. i think 5803E perm 190 S.. but been on the same slot for quite a while until last week then started to run around..

  • Lintvar85's Avatar
    6 posts since Feb '17
    •  I tend to go with a darker roast but lately I've been getting into medium and lights. Apparently the lighter roasts have more caffeine than the dark.I have a Gaggia (Baby) coffee machine, it takes no time to get your coffee in the morning and it is always exceptional, lots of crema and two cups at a time. Now I'm thinking of buying new one machine with grinder like cozzy Anyone who says instant coffee is the way to go obviously has never tasted good coffee from a proper espresso machine.. One tip I would add is if you want milky coffee (Cafe-latte) then use semi or fullfat UHT/Longlife Milk not fresh milk (it enhances the taste) and use an espresso amount of coffee and the rest is hot milk (So very little water).  

      Edited by Lintvar85 27 May `17, 3:09PM
  • Basic Models's Avatar
    1 post since May '17
  • SMB42P's Avatar
    4,996 posts since Jan '12
    • Originally posted by TIB967T:

      Ok noted. So far the consistent rigids on 190 still 1380 1474. even 1570 also running ard.

      1380G too? Hmm spotted it on 190 a few times these few weeks.. from what I observe, 1570A only started to run around this week though..previous few weeks quite sticky to 190 also...

  • SMB42P's Avatar
    4,996 posts since Jan '12
    • Originally posted by TIB967T:

      5801K has been on 190 since Monday. then mysteriously 5803E disappears. 5801K one of the days was AP, last bus to NBR. and btw 5801k today 67.

      Arh icic! Means 5801K may not have perm service yet like 5803E.. actually I was also like suspecting only HAHA! But indeed 5800M more sticky to 188 then 5801K haha!

      means the USB A95 on 180 that user SG5064X spotted was 5803E...

       

  • TIB967T's Avatar
    200 posts since Dec '13
    • Originally posted by SMB42P:

      Likely perm 188. Ditto for SG5801K...

      5801K has been on 190 since Monday. then mysteriously 5803E disappears. 5801K one of the days was AP, last bus to NBR. and btw 5801k today 67.

  • TIB967T's Avatar
    200 posts since Dec '13
    • Originally posted by SMB42P:

      3088M back on 975 yesterday while 3087R on 302

      Ok noted. So far the consistent rigids on 190 still 1380 1474. even 1570 also running ard.

  • SMB42P's Avatar
    4,996 posts since Jan '12
    • http://www.stomp.com.sg/singapore-seen/singapore/44-year-old-cyclist-dies-after-accident-with-bus-at-woodlands-ave-9?xtor=CS3-7

      Habit (seems to be TIB1046U from pic) on 964 involved.

  • Queen of sgForums
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    262,420 posts since Dec '99
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    4,996 posts since Jan '12
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    10 posts since Apr '17
  • SMB42P's Avatar
    4,996 posts since Jan '12
    • 250517 (Thursday)

      67:
      TIB1031L
      SMB1504S (ex-perm)
      SMB3133R
      SMB3580H
      SG5451L
      SG5578E
      SG5601X

      172:
      SMB92U
      SMB1593J
      SMB5085H
      SG5137U
      SG5430Y

      **SMB19H, SG5066R, SG5067M in service

      188:
      SMB1642B (back to perm?) (188-188-8)
      SMB3137E
      SG5575M
      SG5800M (perm?)

      **SG5428E, SG5429C in service

      190:
      TIB1215Z
      SMB1321C
      SMB1516H
      SMB5003U (ex-perm)
      SMB5025G (ex-perm)
      SMB5028Z (ex-perm)
      SG5049R

      300:
      TIB1036Z (8032R slot)
      TIB1219M (1102R slot)

      **TIB1117Z, SMB1409J, SMB1410D, SMB1420A, SMB1510Z (300-300-1) in service

      301:
      TIB1101T (8033M slot)
      TIB1153T (1216X slot) (ex-perm)
      SMB1376U (301-301-1) (ex-perm)
      SG1711M
      SMB3132T (perm?)

      302:
      SMB83X (302-302-9)
      TIB1029U
      TIB1116B
      TIB1132D (ex-perm)
      TIB1175E (302A) (ex-perm)
      TIB1238H (still perm?)
      SMB8032R

      **SMB8012Z, SMB8034K in service

      307:
      SMB80D (307-307-13, 307S106)
      SMB232H (307-307-5, 307AP05) >> 314E slot
      SMB252A (307-307-1, 307AP01) >> 340D slot
      SMB339J
      SMB1472A (307-307-14, 307S107, 307PM15) >> 351Y slot
      SMB1485M (307-307-6, 307AM06, 307S103 PM) >> 312K slot

      **SMB310R (307-307-2, 307AP02), SMB311M (307-307-3, 307AP03), SMB315C (307-307-7, 307AP07), SMB1582R (307-307-8, 307S102), SMB1583M (307-307-9, 307S101 PM) in service

      308:
      SMB66X
      SMB117H

      **SMB81B, SMB84T, SMB85R in service

      925:
      SMB1456Y (perm?)
      SMB1547T (perm?)

      975:
      SMB56A
      SMB1597Z
      SG1748H
      SMB3052R

      979:
      SMB1482X (ex-perm)
      SMB3086T
      SMB3598H

      983:
      SMB202U

      985:
      SMB121U (ex-perm)
      SG5120S
      SMB5890A

      Edited by SMB42P 25 May `17, 11:36PM
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  • glitter58's Avatar
    18 posts since Mar '17
    • http://papers.xtremepapers.com/CIE/Cambridge%20International%20A%20and%20AS%20Level/Chemistry%20(9701)/9701_s14_qp_22.pdf

       

      qn 5b when the qn states , give the structures, can i draw out the structures instead of writing down the structural formula? for example, in general, can i draw https://www.google.com.sg/search?q=propanoic+acid&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwi7lYC4rIvUAhXDMI8KHTecC24Q_AUICigB&biw=1047&bih=559#imgrc=Zz9g0od4Nzy2qM: 

      instead of writing ch3ch2co2h

       

      i feel that drawing out the structure is easier as i tend to get confused when writing down the structural formula in a single line. 

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    262,420 posts since Dec '99
    • just call.... 

      automated one anyway..........

      now it is harder than 中马票 to get to speak to a CSO

      they route u until horlan and back.......give u 101 options for all the banking services (complaints)

      when all options exhausted then u can get to speak to CSO....... and then tell u they all are bz pls wait.........

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  • SMB42P's Avatar
    4,996 posts since Jan '12
    • Originally posted by SMB5007J:

      this bc drove 1628 in the morning

      Standby BC... today he did 307S102

  • glitter58's Avatar
    18 posts since Mar '17
    • http://papers.xtremepapers.com/CIE/Cambridge%20International%20A%20and%20AS%20Level/Chemistry%20(9701)/9701_s14_qp_21.pdf

      qn 4eiii 

       

      why does chloroethane undergo substitution reaction with NaCN(given in qn)? i thought  usually KCN is used for nucleophilic sub rxns?

      Edited by glitter58 25 May `17, 11:25PM
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    11,863 posts since May '05
    • I love ethical dilemmas like this one (on tonight's Lethal Weapon), which illustrate my point that morality is an illusion, and there is no naïve 'right' vs 'wrong', only legality, ethics, cosmoethics, karma and consequences.

      The sheriff head is blackmailing the police head over a case many years ago, where a child rapist killer was going to walk free because a corrupt cop had secretly compromised the DNA evidence, and the current police head (then the detective in charge of the case) had to secretly re-compromise the evidence to 'frame' the (actually guilty) child rapist killer, to prevent him from walking free.

      Although technically committing a crime by tampering with evidence, but his selfless-yet-illegal actions (arguably an act of self-sacrifice, or at least self-risk) arguably saved many potential children victims.

      This illustrates my point that legality, morality, ethics, cosmoethics are all separate and not always necessarily in agreement, it's case-by-case, and only the pitifully naïve moral absolutists / objectivists think there is always a simplistic 'right' vs 'wrong'.