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Chit Chat Corner / ATB whack 小三
« on: Yesterday at 10:10:25 pm »


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https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-03-19/most-crypto-trading-volume-labeled-suspicious-in-research-report


Most of the trading volume on the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges is questionable, according to a report from a startup that revisits one of the recurring concerns in the decade-old digital-asset market.

By analyzing internet traffic on the top 100 crypto exchanges’ websites, the Tie determined that 75 percent of the exchanges reported trading volumes that were more than double expected. Nearly 90 percent of the exchanges’ volume was suspect. Website viewership metrics don’t take into account application programming interface or usage of mobile apps, for example, the researchers cautioned.











So meaning ish bluff people huan izzziiiiiiiit?  >:(

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https://cnalifestyle.channelnewsasia.com/trending/jung-joon-young-arrested-in-sex-video-group-chat-scandal-11368376

Jung were both members of online chat groups where secret sex tapes were shared, and where men joked about drugging and raping women, Reuters quoted broadcaster SBS as reporting. Other alleged members of the group include K-Pop idol and Big Bang star Seungri and rock band FT Island member Choi Jong-hoon.








Korean culture really demeans women .....  it must be terrible to live as a woman in Korean society

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https://www.tnp.sg/news/world/hundreds-couples-livestreamed-hidden-spycams-s-korean-motels


Wow..... I wonder if any Singaporean couples got "molka-cammed" whilst they were holidaying in Korea? ???

their hei-sho hei-sho videos might be available for download on the web  :o

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https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/sammyboy-forum-member-jailed-obscene-videos-toilets-11366334

sickos jailed .... don't understand why these people take their perversion so far .... obigoot...  >:(

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https://www.asiaone.com/singapore/gym-calls-out-influencer-seeking-sponsorship-and-money

Another day, another instance of "influenzas" giving influencers a bad name.

In a Facebook post published by Daphne Maia Loo on Monday evening (March 18), she wrote about a lifestyle blogger who approached her about a possible collaboration with her gym.

Wait, scratch that.

According to Loo, the influencer was actually "looking for a free personal trainer who would pay her to get trained".

Although personal details in the post were blurred out by Loo, the photos clearly show the influencer to be Serene Martin.

Loo added: "I want to say that as a personal trainer, I am deeply offended that someone would approach a professional whom she believes can do a job well, but refuse to pay for their services.

"As a former social media manager and marketing manager, I am highly amused that this is how low influencers will go to get free products and services from companies."

Attached to the post was a string of photos detailing the email pitch that she received, along with the "social media promotional package" offered.

Martin describes herself as an "international wellness coach, motivational speaker and lifestyle blogger based in Singapore".

She explained that she is preparing for the International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness (IFBB) Pro Bikini competition and is "looking for a suitable gym with a personal trainer with experience in preparing individuals for such competitions".

In return for a minimum of 36 sponsored sessions, Martin was prepared to promote the gym and the trainer via her social media platforms - Facebook, Instagram (where she has over 30,000 followers) and YouTube; and even publish posts on her blog.

Sounds like a sweet deal right?

It would probably be, if there wasn't a catch - Martin intended to charge $3,000 for the cost of the project.

Loo promptly said "no thanks" to that deal.

"WOW I HAVE TO PAY YOU TOO?" she exclaimed on Facebook.

Loo added: "$3,000 for me to train you for free and I still have to repost your s**t and help you increase views on your social media channels?"

As the personal trainer charges $120 for a single session, Loo calculated that the sponsorship itself would have incurred a monetary loss of at least $4,320; and that did not include the $3,000 fee.

Martin has yet to respond to AsiaOne's request for comment.

After Loo's post circulated on Facebook, commenters were quick to respond to the lifestyle influencer's cheapo ways and even cast doubt on the legitimacy of her followers.

Some were not afraid to even throw some shade.

And it seems that Loo wasn't the only person that Martin had reached out to.




Gym calls out influencer for seeking sponsorship and money
 Gym calls out influencer for seeking sponsorship and money
PHOTO: Instagram / serene_martin
BRYAN LIM
ASIAONE  Mar 19, 2019
Another day, another instance of "influenzas" giving influencers a bad name.

In a Facebook post published by Daphne Maia Loo on Monday evening (March 18), she wrote about a lifestyle blogger who approached her about a possible collaboration with her gym.

ADVERTISEMENT

Wait, scratch that.

According to Loo, the influencer was actually "looking for a free personal trainer who would pay her to get trained".

Although personal details in the post were blurred out by Loo, the photos clearly show the influencer to be Serene Martin.

on Facebook

Loo added: "I want to say that as a personal trainer, I am deeply offended that someone would approach a professional whom she believes can do a job well, but refuse to pay for their services.

ADVERTISING

"As a former social media manager and marketing manager, I am highly amused that this is how low influencers will go to get free products and services from companies."

Attached to the post was a string of photos detailing the email pitch that she received, along with the "social media promotional package" offered.

Martin describes herself as an "international wellness coach, motivational speaker and lifestyle blogger based in Singapore".


Photo: Facebook / Daphne Maia Loo
She explained that she is preparing for the International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness (IFBB) Pro Bikini competition and is "looking for a suitable gym with a personal trainer with experience in preparing individuals for such competitions".

In return for a minimum of 36 sponsored sessions, Martin was prepared to promote the gym and the trainer via her social media platforms - Facebook, Instagram (where she has over 30,000 followers) and YouTube; and even publish posts on her blog.

Sounds like a sweet deal right?

It would probably be, if there wasn't a catch - Martin intended to charge $3,000 for the cost of the project.


Photo: Facebook / Daphne Maia Loo
Loo promptly said "no thanks" to that deal.

"WOW I HAVE TO PAY YOU TOO?" she exclaimed on Facebook.

Loo added: "$3,000 for me to train you for free and I still have to repost your s**t and help you increase views on your social media channels?"

As the personal trainer charges $120 for a single session, Loo calculated that the sponsorship itself would have incurred a monetary loss of at least $4,320; and that did not include the $3,000 fee.

Martin has yet to respond to AsiaOne's request for comment.

After Loo's post circulated on Facebook, commenters were quick to respond to the lifestyle influencer's cheapo ways and even cast doubt on the legitimacy of her followers.


Photo: Facebook / Daphne Maia Loo

Photo: Daphne Maia Loo
Some were not afraid to even throw some shade.


Photo: Facebook / Daphne Maia Loo
And it seems that Loo wasn't the only person that Martin had reached out to.


Photo: Facebook / Daphne Maia Loo
To Loo's point, she wasn't just blindly putting Martin on blast because of her ludicrous offer of paying in-kind via exposure.

She explained: "I'm also deeply concerned, being part of a small gym, a small business made up of three trainers who do our best every single day for our clients.

"I'm also concerned because someone out there is going to read this proposal and feel desperate enough to take it up. Because the fitness industry is tough; it's really tough to survive in it.


"Yet, there are people out there who prey on us, and want us to help them achieve their successes and Instagram moments, by asking us to give our services for free."

In addition to reiterating the fact that "exposure ain't gonna pay the bills", she concluded: "Stop being s**t, folks. Please pay the people whose services you need."

Talk about a mic drop moment.










Ermmm ..... it is a business proposal afterall,  you needn't have to like it and even politely decline... why drag her name through mud?

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https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/gardens-bay-murder-trial-accused-asked-victim-marriage-test-her-had-bad-habit-having




“I have other girlfriends before… I would duly spend time with them and fulfil their wishes, that’s the difference,” he said.

It emerged that Khoo had at least four extramarital affairs after serving 16 months’ jail time in 2011 for criminal of breach of trust. He had two affairs before that, too.

His affairs after prison included a woman known only as Karen, whom Khoo also allegedly cheated money from. Karen was his girlfriend from 2014 to when he was arrested for killing Cui.

Khoo also had an affair with a woman known only as Ms Lim, who testified last week that he had proposed to her out of the blue one month before killing Cui.

Mr Nair then asked if Cui knew that he had other girlfriends at the time.

“I have a bad habit, that is a fact — (having) relationships with women,” he replied.






Wow .... playboy extraordinaire.... makes most BBFAs on EDMW feel like a failure .... :-[

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https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asia/malaysia-and-singapore-more-bridges-traffic-mahathir-11358512


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This is how talking through the a$$hole sounds like.....


Even one HSR line got no money to build .... can talk [email protected] about 3 bridges .... corkbrain to the max .....

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https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/man-assault-rape-niece-maid-until-she-bled-jail-11354910

MAN WAS "SPIRITUALLY DISTURBED": DEFENCE

The man pleaded guilty to one count of rape and one count of sexual assault by penetration, with two other related charges taken into consideration.

The prosecution had asked for at least 11 years' jail and an additional four to five months' jail in lieu of 10 strokes of the cane.

They pointed out that the victim was vulnerable as a domestic helper and as a foreigner unfamiliar with Singapore's legal system.

"Ultimately, it was her abased status within the household she worked in that rendered her especially vulnerable to the accused's sexual assaults, and which allowed the accused the opportunity to repeatedly sexually assault her when no one was in the flat," said the prosecution.

Defence counsel Kalidass Murugaiyan asked for up to nine years' jail instead. He said his client did not plan to commit the offences, and that he is "unable to believe that he has been capable of conducting himself in such a manner".

"He is consumed by guilt as he realises that he has caused a great deal of distress," said the lawyer.

He added that his client had previously "encountered a supernatural entity in the course of his work as a security guard".

"He firmly believes that he was spiritually disturbed at the time of the offences," he said.

Judicial Commissioner Audrey Lim said the attacks were "undoubtedly an abuse of his position of trust" and stressed that there was a need to send a message of general deterrence.











What kind of bullsh!t excuse is this? "Spiritually disturbed"?? ..... possess by horny ghost?

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News, Current Affairs Discussions / Singapore Needs Accountability
« on: March 17, 2019, 11:38:39 pm »

Solid points  8)

I'm ashamed that we need Aussie ang moh to tell us this  :-[

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