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    Apologise. Amended.
    Someone else actually started this first

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelccm View Post
    There are still manual cars brought in by dealers. All my rides had been manual. Even my wife had only driven manual cars in her life. And she definitely drives better than a lot of male drivers here. The common stereotypical driving behaviour attribute to female drivers can easily apply to many male drivers as well.
    Mmm..... I checked the price list for quite a few dealer and they have limited Manual car... maybe indent? Some I checked a few months back were Honda, Toyota, Subaru, Swift, Hyundai..... and Swift were like only one with manual for the small car....

    I have seen male drivers that I will not hesitate to sh00t down with a shot gun on the spot too... lol.. it is not about gender.... I think the assessment for driver need to include psychometric testing too....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halfmoon View Post
    Mmm..... I checked the price list for quite a few dealer and they have limited Manual car... maybe indent? Some I checked a few months back were Honda, Toyota, Subaru, Swift, Hyundai..... and Swift were like only one with manual for the small car....

    I have seen male drivers that I will not hesitate to sh00t down with a shot gun on the spot too... lol.. it is not about gender.... I think they assessment for driver need to include psychometric testing too....
    My take is that high stress workplace environment in Sg necessitate some after and/or before work hour venting
    Have you seen somebody completely different when he/she is driving and not ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hanzohattori View Post
    My take is that high stress workplace environment in Sg necessitate some after and/or before work hour venting
    Have you seen somebody completely different when he/she is driving and not ?
    I believe you are talking about me...
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    An Accident in BKE... I believe that the driver should be the male... Dunno what car it was...


    Car catches fire on BKE, two victims conveyed to NUH



    http://sg.news.yahoo.com/car-catches...125718122.html

    Two people were sent to hospital after the car they were in got into an accident and caught fire along Bukit Timah Expressway on Friday afternoon.

    The accident, which happened along BKE stretch towards Pan Island Expressway and before the Bukit Panjang exit, involved another car and a tipper truck.

    The Singapore Civil Defence Force were alerted to the incident at about 1:20pm and extinguished the fire using a hose reel, said a spokesperson.

    A Chinese male and female, both in their 20s, were conveyed conscious to the National University Hospital.

    The man complained that he was experiencing pain in his left knee, left elbow and chest, while the female suffered from abrasions, the spokesperson added.

    The police said that investigations are ongoing.

    People who passed across the scene snapped photos and tweeted about the incident.

    Singapore radio deejay Divian Nair said in a tweet, “Saw this on the BKE earlier on. Drive safely people.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halfmoon View Post
    I have seen male drivers that I will not hesitate to sh00t down with a shot gun on the spot too...
    Do it and you'll inspire a new movie "MCE Killer".


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion View Post
    Do it and you'll inspire a new movie "MCE Killer".

    I only have a water gun....
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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309 View Post
    watch your jokes.

    there are women and kids inside here too.

    This is not HWZ or EDMW where you can be crass and get away with it. have some etiquette; i expect that as a Singaporean you would at least have some
    i agree. infraction served.

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    This is on BKE and not MCE.

    Someone did something right.

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...type=1&theater

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    Quote Originally Posted by d2xpeter View Post
    Apologise. Amended.
    Someone else actually started this first
    Control yourself.

    To every auntie that smiles at you it doens't mean you must stand up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halfmoon View Post
    I only have a water gun....
    You are lucky for spreading violence in KPT and getting away with it.

    I'm sure you're being watched.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d2xpeter View Post
    Apologise. Amended.
    Someone else actually started this first
    More people doing wrong things don't make it right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309 View Post

    More people doing wrong things don't make it right.
    Not really, once they are in the majority, the norm will change.
    Better yet, new set of laws

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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309 View Post
    More people doing wrong things don't make it right.
    If everybody is wrong then no one is right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion View Post
    If everybody is wrong then no one is right.
    The Master is so right, we need to transcend right and wrong.

    When I asked Old Shang to be my master and Pai-kao-tzu to be my friend, I decided to work hard to discipline my body and mind. After three years, I was afraid to have notions of right and wrong, and I did not dare to speak words that might offend or please. It was only then that my master glanced at me and acknowledged my presence. Five years later, I thought freely of right and wrong and spoke freely of approval or disapproval. My master gave me a smile. Seven years later, my thoughts came naturally without any conceptions of right and wrong, and words came naturally without any intention of pleasing or offending. For the first time, my master invited me to sit by his side. Nine years later, no matter what came to my mind or what came out of my mouth, there was nothing that was right or wrong, pleasing or offending. I did not even entertain the idea that Old Shang was my master and Pai-kao-tzu was my friend. (Quoted from Lieh-tzu: a Taoist Guide to Practical Living, Eva Wong, Shambhala, 2001.) again.
    http://www.taoisminfo.com/meditation.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion View Post
    You are lucky for spreading violence in KPT and getting away with it.

    I'm sure you're being watched.
    Violence in KPT?? It was just a thought....
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    Quote Originally Posted by ricohflex View Post
    This is on BKE and not MCE.

    Someone did something right.

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...type=1&theater
    I know... but I thought just to highlight the accident... So the car is a Toyota Vios.

    I am not sure what causes the car to be on fire... I can only think of is the car radiator is damaged and car engine overheated.... caught fire.... engine was not off...


    Dear Bro & Sis here....

    In the event of an accident, please off the engine, especially when radiator is damaged.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion View Post
    Control yourself.

    To every auntie that smiles at you it doens't mean you must stand up.
    Thought we are all sharing jokes ma. As some bro or sis mentioned, when come to read or post in KPT, must not bring along our brain. LOL. Also, thought there is a consensus that we can hv some level of irreverence here? But, anyway, sincerely apologies if my post went off a bit. I was thinking since we are joking on the Male Chauvinist, it would also be understood that the next sentence would be too. It was just meant to emphasize the Male Chauvinist portion.

    Sorry hor, kei chan.

    Think kei is really a female.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d2xpeter View Post
    Sorry hor, kei chan.

    Think kei is really a female.
    Kei Chan... Chan can use for male or female, and is an adverb to show closeness.. if I am not wrong....

    Not really an issue.... I do not really care that much in a forum.. especially in online foruem... the user can be male, female, gay, lesbian, transgender, etc.... it can be a bit fantasy for some... some think they are a HUNK when they really a WORM in real life... no issue...

    Unless we meet up to drink in real life... then, I take more notice....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halfmoon View Post
    Kei Chan... Chan can use for male or female, and is an adverb to show closeness.. if I am not wrong....

    Not really an issue.... I do not really care that much in a forum.. especially in online foruem... the user can be male, female, gay, lesbian, transgender, etc.... it can be a bit fantasy for some... some think they are a HUNK when they really a WORM in real life... no issue...

    Unless we meet up to drink in real life... then, I take more notice....
    You must assume every handsome guy/pretty gal on the internet looks like this. Please post a pic of Kei when you meet up with her/him/it for a drink in real life. Thanks.


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