wow, late news for me..
that is certainly high society affair
bulldoze him. bloody rich ang moh..
why these ppl so bad-mouthed.. fu_ck here and fu_ck there.
i don't think he can live in HDB. in a tight area. where all sides are neighbours
even living in such posh semi-detach also cannot tahan..
Originally Posted by dreaming(mod: "no baiting bro' , comment deleted")Originally Posted by dreaming
And yes... You don't say. If he can't tolerate construction from a few streets away, what more curry-cooking, chicken rice and soto ayam cooking locals
Last edited by ed9119; 18th November 2012 at 10:45 PM.
Singapore with its 5.5 million people is going to be more stress going forward. Everywhere you go, you will never be alone and construction works are going to happen just next to you to accommodate more people.
I can appreciate his unhappiness with construction works next to his house. However, there is no need to take it up with the workers. They are merely taking instructions. I have a neighour that is renovating for the past 3 months. His workers come in now and then to do a bit and left. Most works were hold till weekends! Looks like they are doing his home part-time.
If they are not following the law, the police is the department to take care of this. If they are working within the law, then is it about negotiation with the construction company or even your neighbour.
One funny thing that is happening here in Singapore is that the NEA has a very flexible rule on construction noise pollution. I am not sure noisy works are allowed on weekends. What happen if there is a MP living around the neighborhood?
His display is definitely not acceptable no matter how unhappy he is. Next time look for a place next to a minister.
he got high skill leh.. wa.. this is so amzing.. high skill so become VP in big bank.. wa... so smart..
so the CEO got very very very highest skill.. omg!! this is really amazing.. i am proud we have so many foreign talents here...
he said his skill is higher than locals here.. aren't you glad we have such a great talent here???
his current position still a VP at Barclays????
I thought VP at Banks are like dime a dozen? Almost everyone is a VP or AVP or SVP...
Let's get back to basic. On e upon a time, to the British, technical officer, admin officer are high position in a statutory board. Manager lagi big. Then the American starts around early 80 with VP and SVP, overnight even sale man becomes sale director.
While there are some tradition among organization, not everyone in an organization behave that way. Some CEO are ver modest and practical people while others are very loud.
We Singaporean are by nature passive people and we are trained to be service orientated. Except for some that have drank more saltwater, generally we are ok just complaining only. Pass time mah.
Last edited by ninelives; 27th February 2013 at 10:54 PM.