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Ehhhh.... untiong priest !  ::)

Why pan ling ling and hong hui fang had a falling out? ???

Over man or over money?
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BUTTERWORTH: A man accused of seducing a married woman suffered serious injuries yesterday after he was allegedly beaten up by a group of 15 men in Kampung Bekah here.


It is understood that the man had courted the 31-year-old woman for the past seven years but without success.


Seberang Perai Utara district police chief Assistant Commissioner Noorzainy Mohd Noor said the man approached the woman’s home Jalan Padang Benggali Telok Ayer Tawar and coaxed her to come out.


Noorzainy said after the woman refused to entertain his request, the man forced open the door and dragged her out of the house.


“The woman refused the man’s advances. However, the man was adamant and pointed an object in her direction.


He said subsequently, the man, whose house was surrounded by a mob, called his sister and pleaded for help.


“As soon as she arrived, she saw a group of men entering her brother’s home and started hitting him.


Noorzainy said the man was allegedly punched, kicked and hit with motorcycle helmets. The man also claimed that he was assaulted by the woman, her father, her brother and her husband.


Noorzainy said police believe the man was carrying a knife when he was approached by the woman’s family.


He said the man, who suffered injuries to his head, hands, back and hips, has been sent to Hospital Kuala Batas for treatment.


“Following the incident, the woman and her family members were detained by police at 2.05am today to facilitate investigations,” he said.


He said the case is being investigated under Section 148 of the Penal Code for rioting.


https://sg.yahoo.com/news/man-clobbered-angry-mob-seducing-124449290.html





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Every time I hear the word “accountability,” it pushes one of my biggest buttons. First, because I hate everything that goes along with not being accountable, such as blame, excuses, irresponsibility, unreliability, and untrustworthiness. However, the second, and probably worst thing about people and organizations that aren’t accountable is that without accountability, there’s no growth, no learning, and no improvement, but somehow they just don’t see it.


There’s one particular organization I frequent as a customer that is the poster child for lack of accountability. The leader doesn’t speak the language of accountability and he doesn’t require his staff to either. As a result, the organization languishes in mediocrity, the same mistakes and missteps happen over and over, and worst of all, since lives are on the line based on the work the organization does, those they’re charged to protect and care for suffer from their lack of willingness to improve.


For any person or organization to be successful, they’ve got to stop speaking the language of blame and excuses and start speaking the language of accountability, and it starts with the organization’s leadership.

http://www.amy-castro.com/accountability-and-success/



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Food Glorious Food / What is this Bunny Chow?
« Last post by MariaSharpie on Yesterday at 03:07:07 pm »
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Chit Chat Corner / 18 Things You Should Never Do on an Airplane
« Last post by MariaSharpie on Yesterday at 02:16:27 pm »



https://www.rd.com/advice/travel/airplane-travel-mistakes/


Please! Don’t walk around barefoot


Skip the ice in your drink


Don’t sit in your seat the entire flight


Ditch your contact lenses


Don’t turn off the air vent over your seat


Don’t eat food after it’s fallen on the tray table


Don’t use the blankets


Don’t forget to stay hydrated


Opt out of coffee or tea


Don’t booze too much


Don’t touch the flush button in the bathroom


Don’t fall asleep against the window


Don’t wear shorts


Don’t feel embarrassed to tell a flight attendant you’re not feeling well


Get stuck with the middle seat


Don’t touch the flush button in the bathroom


Don’t fall asleep against the window


Don’t feel embarrassed to tell a flight attendant you’re not feeling well


Don’t neglect your A.M. skin care



Don’t fall asleep before takeoff


Don’t guzzle a soda




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Liyin Lee is at SIM Global Education, Singapore Institute of Management.
21 hrs · Singapore ·
(10.45am, BLK B level 4SIM)

To all female students in SIM and everywhere else, PLEASE BEWARE of this guy if you ever see him in school especially when he is roaming around the toilet.

While I was in the cubicle doing my business, I felt something above and when I turned to look, I saw a phone over the edge. I immediately left the cubicle and pretended that I had left the toilet while I was actually waiting for him outside with my friend that I texted to come over immediately. he took a while to come out and pretended to flush the toilet twice lol. when he came out, we questioned why was he in the female toilet and he said he had a stomach ache and went into the wrong toilet ACCIDENTALLY.

He was denying it till we decided to call the police. We asked him where was his class and he said level two BUT, WE WERE AT LEVEL 4. So how did he accidentally go into the female toilet at level 4 while having a stomach ache with his class being at level 2? lmao, good attempt to lie ?

Police said that this was NOT HIS FIRST OFFENCE.
SO, PLEASE BEWARE WHEN GOING TO THE TOILET ALONE IN SIM (or anywhere in the public), AND BEWARE OF DISGUSTING PERVERTS LIKE HIM.

https://www.facebook.com/liyin.lee.39/posts/2089335181326713


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SINGAPORE: Dozens of Apple customers have  had hundreds of dollars each drained from their bank accounts, after being billed for purchases they did not make on their iTunes accounts.


.........One of the victims is 28-year-old Deepan Chakkaravarthi, who discovered last week that nearly S$700 had been drained from his account at DBS.


Shocked that his "account balance had been completely wiped out", Mr Deepan called DBS and was told that six iTunes transactions had been made.


More at https://www.prolificskins.com/forum/current-affairs/apple-singapore-looking-into-fraudulent-itunes-charges-dozens-of-cases-reported
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I once made a mistake. An unforgettable mistake which haunts me till this day...


That was 3 months back. A new team member just joined us. We did our usual routine and served dinner as usual.

It was only after service had ended that I realized we used the wrong noodle sauce for dinner.

I sat in silence for a long time.

The taste would be OFF for every bowl that was sent out during dinner. 67 very unhappy customers ate and left.

I had failed.

Both sauces were almost identical, except that one was without a crucial ingredient.

I wanted to warm it up before adding that ingredient. Somehow, there was a mixed-up and the wrong sauce was used.

My regular customer, a friendly lady that used to patronize us 2-3 times a week came on that fateful evening.

She never came back again. We lost her.

No chance for me to make amends.

You see, I always instil in my team the importance of maintaining consistency and to strive for excellence in every bowl that we send out of the kitchen.

But what I tried so hard to prevent actually happened.

We were totally crushed and our spirits sunk rock-bottom at the realization of the error.

That mistake kept flashing inside my head again and again. I tossed endlessly in bed that night.

It was a careless mistake. But we were so upset that we made a vow never to let such a situation happen again.


More at https://www.prolificskins.com/single-post/2018/07/22/The-way-we-earn-our-money-is-much-more-important-than-how-much-we-make

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woah if I were Quek and Tang Wei pressed her body against mine I will remember it for the rest of my life manz ....
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