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    hey... great innovations start from small sparks and even silly ideas. if you feel that there is no need for such a device, then say so in the survey comments section.

    there is no need to lambast local undergraduates in public forum.

    clizeer is also correct. to produce reports on public sentiment on a particular product requires surveys.

    Signed,
    A going-to-be local graduate

    P.S. - I had did such a similar survey before for one of my required modules.
    Last edited by mervlam; 19th May 2005 at 01:28 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebbot
    the intelligence level of of local grads dun seem to be too high isn't it? I have suspected it for sometime now~
    snob....

    quick to point fingers, quick to make ASSumptions.
    Last edited by mervlam; 19th May 2005 at 01:30 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mervlam
    snob....

    quick to point fingers, quick to make ASSumptions.
    hey guys before you start calling names notice my last smiley? just trying to be cheeky that's all~ sometimes have to learn to relax abit dun be so uptight about everything

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    Quote Originally Posted by vince123123
    perhaps you should consider before making such a sweeping statement. If you aren't a local grad yourself, you could either be mistaken by others as being:

    1. (where you are an overseas grad) - snobbish and subscribing to the idea that foreign grads must be better than local grads; or

    2. (where you are not a grad) - reverse-snobbishness where you only show your insecurities at lamblasting those of better education level than you.
    i apologise vince... I just wanted to be a little cheeky that's all~ For one, I have been overseas for some time now and well, my friends always slam each other down "debating" about such things to have some good clean fun rather than the "serious" talk...afterall here is the coffee shop isn't it?

    cheers~

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    -Drinks can be kept warm if you own something like the Starbucks take-out mugs.
    -Food can be kept warm by using a candle. Tea lights have been used with great success.
    -Food warmers wouldn't work unless you have a cover, since without convection, the heat would just get lost via the product surface.

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    no problem, just trying to warn you that others may not find it funny thats all.

    cheers

    Quote Originally Posted by rebbot
    i apologise vince... I just wanted to be a little cheeky that's all~ For one, I have been overseas for some time now and well, my friends always slam each other down "debating" about such things to have some good clean fun rather than the "serious" talk...afterall here is the coffee shop isn't it?

    cheers~

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    Quote Originally Posted by vince123123
    no problem, just trying to warn you that others may not find it funny thats all.

    cheers
    thanks vince much appreciated...at least your comments to me were tactful

    frankly speaking sometimes I do find that the society nowadays are not receptive to criticism Haiz~ which is kinda sad.

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