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Chit Chat Corner / What got you into marriage?
« Last post by happyshar on Today at 01:49:39 am »
What are the pros and cons?  :-\
What gave you the impetus to go into it..

And any regrets?  ???

Those who got married, was single life comparably much more fulfilling?

Do you feel your standard of living(if it is gd already) (In terms of happiness) improve or drop?
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Interest Groups / Re: Hot Babes
« Last post by beaverjuice on Today at 12:59:53 am »
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Interest Groups / Re: Hot Babes
« Last post by beaverjuice on Yesterday at 06:18:23 pm »
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Interest Groups / Re: Hot Babes
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Interest Groups / Re: Hot Babes
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Interest Groups / Re: Hot Babes
« Last post by beaverjuice on Yesterday at 06:15:12 pm »
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Lose your job can but please don't ever lose your HDB ....  HDB is pathway to your millionaire dreams ....
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Must take your own advice beaver.....

I'm a retiree with half-foot in coffin .... surely can indulge a little right?  :'(
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History is written in the truth of the victorious ....
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Evidence showing that PAP co-founder Lim Chin Siong’s detention was wrongful has emerged as a transcript of Mr. Lim’s speech at a contentious protest has turned up in the UK’s National Archives.
The politician was once believed to be a top  contender to lead Singapore but his promising career was subverted when he was jailed. A transcript of the speech that Mr. Lim made in 1996 refutes allegations made against him that he had instigated and advocated subversion and violence against the government – a charge that was used to detain him.

In 1964, Lee Kuan Yew and Lim Chin Siong founded the People’s Action Party. Mr. Lim’s leadership, rhetorical skills and intelligence served him well in supplying the organizational base of the PAP and assembling the trade union movement. Mr. Lim wholeheartedly supported Singapore’s marginalized workers. He gained popularity quickly, and at the age of 22, he won the Bukit Timah constituency in 1955. Lee Kuan Yew even introduced him to David Marshall as the next leader of Singapore.

Mr. Lim’s phenomenal career in public service was derailed when he was jailed during Lim Yew Hock’s term (1956 to 1959) and also during Lee Kuan Yew’s term (1963 to 1969).

For the past 50 years, the Singaporean government has officially declared Mr. Lim’s detention as justifiable, labeling him as a communist and accusing him of condoning subversiveness and violence. Mr. Lim denied these accusations as long as he lived.

More at https://www.prolificskins.com/forum/current-affairs/evidence-showing-lim-chin-siong-s-detention-was-wrongful
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