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    1 post since Sep '17
    • I have been to Singapore few years ago and i still want to ga back next year. This time, I will never miss this, sounds interesting.

  • ChristineL's Avatar
    1 post since Sep '17
    • Hi, our company is looking for a part time admin job in Ubi. Able to work at least 5 hours ( 5 working days) . Hourly rate $8. Can email me at [email protected]

       

       

       

       

       

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  • carbikebus's Avatar
    19,744 posts since Nov '03
    • Got 3 kaypoh aunties go and survey the new berth saying that 119 is too far for them to board..Then what you want auntie?Board buses already pay discount,BCs drive near to kerb for you,wait for you,wait for you to be seated..Now complaining too far?Leg pain?Then don't go out that often leh.

  • carbikebus's Avatar
    19,744 posts since Nov '03
    • Originally posted by SMB315C:

      Never notice haha..

      Now at Budep waiting for SMRT to take over

  • carbikebus's Avatar
    19,744 posts since Nov '03
    • Originally posted by TIB 585L:

      what time does 170 last bus to larkin to reach BB? Still saw 170 at 1am at KJ MRT

      Larkin:01:41 (My mum in law stay near Larkin Terminal)

      Bbdep:02:20

  • laurence82's Avatar
    124,804 posts since Nov '03
    • but this pig just signed up for two weeks photography course starting next week

      maybe after this course i can make fifi and noopig look like models

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    • It's still better to err on the side of caution. Just because someone cries, "Fake news!", doesn't mean you should abandon rescue efforts, because regardless of whether the news was fake or not, others could still be trapped in the rubble and still need rescuing. It'll be a sadder day (than it is today with proliferation of fake news) if the moment someone cries "Fake news!", everyone abandons rescue or fund-raising efforts, believing in the (possibly) fake news that it was fake news.

      https://sg.yahoo.com/news/mexico-shocked-news-girl-trapped-rubble-didnt-exist-230723770.html

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    13,373 posts since May '05
    • I've already made 2 posts on Taurine, a cautious case study in which Taurine didn't seem to help an extended family with their heart problems (but that does not mean Taurine wouldn't help other cases of heart disease, and in fact there is medical evidence that Taurine does help in most other cases of heart disease and congestive heart failure), as well as an optimistic case study in which Taurine helped a man with his migraines (when almost nothing else would), and I highlighted that case study as noteworthy because Taurine isn't well-known as a remedy for migraines, so it's certainly worth checking out for migraine sufferers. Most migraines appear to be linked to metabolic energy deficiencies, which is why supplementation of the various B vitamins (required for the various metabolic processes and cycles for energy production) have been medically proven to help migraines, and which is also why it makes sense that Taurine (involved in maintaining the pH and proton gradient in mitochondria for the synthesis of ATP), may also help migraines.

      This will likely be my final post on Taurine (unless I've reason to update my views on it). As a concluding overview, the benefits of Taurine seem to far outweigh the cons, because Taurine appears to have a wide-range of health and medical benefits, and medical studies have shown no toxicity risk even from much higher daily dosages of Taurine than what you can get from daily supplementation. And you'll be glad to know Taurine is really cheap, at least compared to other anti-oxidants such as CoQ10 (especially the more expensive reduced Ubiquinol secondary alcohol form, rather than the cheaper oxidized Ubiquinone ketone form), and Glutathione (in which many people suffer from a genetic deficiency of, caused by rather common MTHFR or MethylFolate Reductase gene mutations and polymorphisms). So yeah, Taurine is really cheap, and works synergistically with other anti-oxidants such as vitamin C, CoQ10, Glutathione, etc.

      Do your own research on Taurine, and decide for yourself if you want to give it a try. Wide-ranging benefits, with little or no toxicity risk (Taurine is naturally occurring in foods, and is the most abundant amino acid, technically amino-sulfonic acid, found in human body tissues due to it's important metabolic roles). And supplementation is really cheap, too. And if you (or any family or friend) are at risk of more serious (potentially fatal) heart diseases, including mitral valve prolapse, mitral valve regurgitation, congestive heart failure, etc, you'll be desperate to try anything that might help, and cheap Taurine has been medically shown to be safe and non-toxic. Enough said.

      Benefits of Taurine :

      https://www.google.com.sg/search?q=taurine+benefits

      Edited by UltimaOnline 22 Sep `17, 12:48PM
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    • I've already made 2 posts on Taurine, a cautious case study in which Taurine didn't seem to help an extended family with their heart problems (but that does not mean Taurine wouldn't help other cases of heart disease, and in fact there is medical evidence that Taurine does help in most other cases of heart disease and congestive heart failure), as well as an optimistic case study in which Taurine helped a man with his migraines (when almost nothing else would), and I highlighted that case study as noteworthy because Taurine isn't well-known as a remedy for migraines, so it's certainly worth checking out for migraine sufferers. Most migraines appear to be linked to metabolic energy deficiencies, which is why supplementation of the various B vitamins (required for the various metabolic processes and cycles for energy production) have been medically proven to help migraines, and which is also why it makes sense that Taurine (involved in maintaining the pH and proton gradient in mitochondria for the synthesis of ATP), may also help migraines.

      This will likely be my final post on Taurine (unless I've reason to update my views on it). As a concluding overview, the benefits of Taurine seem to far outweigh the cons, because Taurine appears to have a wide-range of health and medical benefits, and medical studies have shown no toxicity risk even from much higher daily dosages of Taurine than what you can get from daily supplementation. And you'll be glad to know Taurine is really cheap, at least compared to other anti-oxidants such as CoQ10 (especially the more expensive reduced Ubiquinol secondary alcohol form, rather than the cheaper oxidized Ubiquinone ketone form), and Glutathione (in which many people suffer from a genetic deficiency of, caused by rather common MTHFR or MethylFolate Reductase gene mutations and polymorphisms). So yeah, Taurine is really cheap, and works synergistically with other anti-oxidants such as vitamin C, CoQ10, Glutathione, etc.

      Do your own research on Taurine, and decide for yourself if you want to give it a try. Wide-ranging benefits, with little or no toxicity risk (Taurine is naturally occurring in foods, and is the most abundant amino acid, technically amino-sulfonic acid, found in human body tissues due to it's important metabolic roles). And supplementation is really cheap, too. And if you (or any family or friend) are at risk of more serious (potentially fatal) heart diseases, including mitral valve prolapse, mitral valve regurgitation, congestive heart failure, etc, you'll be desperate to try anything that might help, and cheap Taurine has been medically shown to be safe and non-toxic. Enough said.

      Benefits of Taurine :

      https://www.google.com.sg/search?q=taurine+benefits

      Edited by UltimaOnline 22 Sep `17, 12:49PM
  • H2 Chemistry @ BedokFunland JC (near VJC & TJC)
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    13,373 posts since May '05
    • I've already made 2 posts on Taurine, a cautious case study in which Taurine didn't seem to help an extended family with their heart problems (but that does not mean Taurine wouldn't help other cases of heart disease, and in fact there is medical evidence that Taurine does help in most other cases of heart disease and congestive heart failure), as well as an optimistic case study in which Taurine helped a man with his migraines (when almost nothing else would), and I highlighted that case study as noteworthy because Taurine isn't well-known as a remedy for migraines, so it's certainly worth checking out for migraine sufferers. Most migraines appear to be linked to metabolic energy deficiencies, which is why supplementation of the various B vitamins (required for the various metabolic processes and cycles for energy production) have been medically proven to help migraines, and which is also why it makes sense that Taurine (involved in maintaining the pH and proton gradient in mitochondria for the synthesis of ATP), may also help migraines.

      This will likely be my final post on Taurine (unless I've reason to update my views on it). As a concluding overview, the benefits of Taurine seem to far outweigh the cons, because Taurine appears to have a wide-range of health and medical benefits, and medical studies have shown no toxicity risk even from much higher daily dosages of Taurine than what you can get from daily supplementation. And you'll be glad to know Taurine is really cheap, at least compared to other anti-oxidants such as CoQ10 (especially the more expensive reduced Ubiquinol secondary alcohol form, rather than the cheaper oxidized Ubiquinone ketone form), and Glutathione (in which many people suffer from a genetic deficiency of, caused by rather common MTHFR or MethylFolate Reductase gene mutations and polymorphisms). So yeah, Taurine is really cheap, and works synergistically with other anti-oxidants such as vitamin C, CoQ10, Glutathione, etc.

      Do your own research on Taurine, and decide for yourself if you want to give it a try. Wide-ranging benefits, with little or no toxicity risk (Taurine is naturally occurring in foods, and is the most abundant amino acid, technically amino-sulfonic acid, found in human body tissues due to it's important metabolic roles). And supplementation is really cheap, too. And if you (or any family or friend) are at risk of more serious (potentially fatal) heart diseases, including mitral valve prolapse, mitral valve regurgitation, congestive heart failure, etc, you'll be desperate to try anything that might help, and cheap Taurine has been medically shown to be safe and non-toxic. Enough said.

      Benefits of Taurine :

      https://www.google.com.sg/search?q=taurine+benefits

      Edited by UltimaOnline 22 Sep `17, 12:49PM
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    • If the business concept works out economically (ideally for couples where the guy and girl are both gamers), all well and good. If not, the required PC upgrades (especially graphics card) every 6 months or so (to remain cutting edge) will continually bleed the hotel. But no doubt the hotel has tie-ups with local (ie. Taiwanese) PC shops and/or manufacturers to swap out PC components (especially graphics card) every 6 months or so for step-wise upgrades, minimizing costs.

      image

      https://mothership.sg/2017/09/take-a-look-at-asias-first-e-sports-hotel-located-in-taiwan/

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  • darknight69's Avatar
    17 posts since Sep '17
    • It's normally on holidays or when we meet someone in a club mostly not local . 

      She gets hooked up and soon she will get me to join them and we will proceed to the room . 

      Once she mat a couple and spent a night with them as I could not be there, what a waste.

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    • Pict commented : old joke : It was said the best thing in life in Asia Pacific is to have Japanese wife, Chinese food and US salary. If you screw up, you have US wife, Japanese food and Chinese salary. It not true now except for the salary thing.

      TIMOTHY commented : Of course there are not many Singaporean women who want Japanese partners!. Singaporean women only want white skin white flesh man!

      Lapses commented : aiyo, why don't tell me earlier before i get married??? Japanese ladies make good wives you know.......

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      https://sg.style.yahoo.com/looking-japanese-spouse-singapore-agency-can-help-find-one-112933041.html

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