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https://www.google.com.sg/amp/s/www.bbc.com/news/amp/business-44870789

Directors have filed notice of intention to appoint administrators for the business, which is owned by the private equity firm Equistone.

"Until such time as the administrator has been appointed and agreed plans with management, it is business as usual," its statement said.

Cau, described by Equistone as an "aspirational casual dining chain", was launched in 2010 and has 22 restaurants.

Gaucho, which specialises in Argentinean steaks and fine wine, has 12 restaurants in London, with others in Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester, Edinburgh, Dubai and Hong Kong.
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Interest Groups / Re: Hot Babes
« Last post by beaverjuice on Yesterday at 08:23:48 pm »
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https://thecoverage.my/news/malaysians-spend-rm-400-000-korean-flower-girl-solaris-mont-kiara-w-club-thinks-contribute-national-debt-donation/

.... i mean .... seriously idiotic ....

Even if you have money to blow ... rather impress and charm a gal out of her pants ....
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Chit Chat Corner / Re: Advice to my fellow jobless Singaporeans
« Last post by beaverjuice on Yesterday at 05:10:22 pm »
Sadly this is true.

One si chao aussie ang moh got a job here in singapore then her partner also join her to apply and got a job here too ... "depriving" 2 singaporeans of jobs.

The 2nd job is a sales related role with no specialist knowledge that another singaporean can do.

fiddle the PAP on this one. I can't wait to vote Chee Soon Juan in the next election.

#truestory
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Chit Chat Corner / Advice to my fellow jobless Singaporeans
« Last post by MariaSharpie on Yesterday at 04:22:54 pm »
As cynical as this may sound, locals persistently suffering long term unemployment have PAP's myopic policies to thank for. High costs of living, ever increasing CPF retirement sum requirements to meet , a vastly uneven playing field existing between foreigners and citizens as well as National Service obligations have all played a part in creating a very toxic job market. Meanwhile policymakers and PAP supporters have their fingers in their ears going "lalalallalaal I can't hear you." or "at least you're not in Africa" or "no rape at 3am"; talking about high GDP and low tax rates on capital gains, indirectly invalidating your concerns, as if your problems aren't real.

I have been jobless since 2010. Performed all types of part time jobs, even ended up working as a security guard in a cemetery. I started (and failed) multiple businesses, eventually finding some minor success trading in the US market. My advice to those frustrated by the present inertia of things as far as job-hunting is concerned: get started by driving for Grab or work in delivery. The small amount of money will see you through to the next day and the next and the next...... with fingers tightly crossed, eventually your circumstances shall take a turn for the better. Give up on the white collar jobs for now. The job market is not as rosy as the papers make it out to be.

More at https://www.prolificskins.com/single-post/2018/07/18/Advice-to-my-fellow-jobless-Singaporeans
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thanks for sharing.

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Interest Groups / Re: Hot Babes
« Last post by beaverjuice on Yesterday at 02:47:02 pm »
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Cosmetics & Make-up / Re: All about mascaras
« Last post by princessbell on Yesterday at 02:46:55 pm »
I'm now using L'Oreal Voluminous Superstar, it's waterproof, but I like it. Also using Diorshow
Thanks for sharing.
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thanks for sharing.
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