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    Default Hunting (killing) legal in Singapore?

    hmm..

    is hunting/killing legal in singapore? just curious. cos this site claims that they allow hunting in singapore(??)

    "Tell your friends about our unique proposition and let them experience unfailing pleasure under uncompromised confidentiality. Our wide selection of life specimens are ready at your disposal. The night is young and the meat is fresh... "

    this afternoon was doing monthly mantainence for security updates and patches for some execs in my company, and then kaypo abit, so went to see what kinda sites they were viewing.. (maybe if heng enough get a glimpse of their bank account to see how many digits they earn, heh)...

    but then saw this site: http://elitehuntingasia.com/index.html in 2 or 3 of their laptops.

    feels abit disturbing, somehow. the whole site gives me the chills lah.

    anyone share similar sentiments?

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    dont take it literally :P
    chezburgr i can haz?

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    lol. seriously, with such writeups?
    "Ride on our experience in this niche field to stay ahead in this cut-throat business. Whatever your intentions, we offer a systematic approach and a perspective or slice of life, truly unforgettable."

    im not a skeptic lor, but this really sounds... i don't know.

    anyone here knows how to do "digging" on websites? like to find out more. heard from friends its possible?

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    they make it sound as though they are doing wildlife hunting, but they are actually head-hunting for individuals.... perhaps some HR related/professional recruitment company that are hunting for talents/elite..
    chezburgr i can haz?

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    Quote Originally Posted by psychobiologist View Post
    they make it sound as though they are doing wildlife hunting, but they are actually head-hunting for individuals.... perhaps some HR related/professional recruitment company that are hunting for talents/elite..
    Well said with a deadpan

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    Quote Originally Posted by psychobiologist View Post
    they make it sound as though they are doing wildlife hunting, but they are actually head-hunting for individuals.... perhaps some HR related/professional recruitment company that are hunting for talents/elite..


    I think so too, because of the line that says:

    "Elite Hunting Co is a dynamic enterprise with a diverse resource of human capital as one of their strengths."

    Unless they're hunting humans.. Gotta admit the "facility snapshots" look spooky though, but they are urban, don't think it's animals. Perhaps some training grounds for their "induction programmes" - if you look at it Bank of China is sending its employees in Oct.

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    Hoi!

    Is merlion considered an endangered species?

    Beside the one in front of Fullerton Hotel where do I hunt one?


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    Hunting? It depends on what kind of hunting u're talking about. There are just so many forms of hunting: Headhunting (HR context), hunting (as a sport, literally), etc.

    Goodness me. Is it for the fun of word play dat u posted this or is ur command of English so terrible? If its the latter, suggest u pick up a Thesaurus or retake ur 'O' Level English. Cos u really sound like the latter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion View Post
    Hoi!

    Is merlion considered an endangered species?

    Beside the one in front of Fullerton Hotel where do I hunt one?

    In one of the housing estate near bishan park, there's a smaller. U can hunt that one

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    http://elitehuntingasia.com/login.php

    Login with:
    Username: primal
    Password: needs

    This is from "view source" of the main page.

    I didn't even finish viewing. Their language give me a weird feeling.

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    Er, looks like a spoof of Hostel two, their facilities are actually screen shots from the movie.

    More information gives you the site to Hostel 2, jeez.

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    eh, what is this?
    saw this after logging in with waipeng's password and user below

    i'm really getting freaked out.

    Last edited by wired13; 25th July 2007 at 10:32 AM.

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    Something does not feel right.

    Could be fraud of some sorts, or a novel form of advertising..or a twisted method of doing headhunting.
    Last edited by LazerLordz; 25th July 2007 at 10:34 AM.
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    Default Re: Hunting (killing) legal in Singapore?

    Quote Originally Posted by wired13 View Post
    eh, what is this?
    saw this after logging in with waipeng's password and user below

    i'm really getting freaked out.

    you registered just to post this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LazerLordz View Post
    Something does not feel right.

    Could be fraud of some sorts, or a novel form of advertising..
    well... i don't know what to say. lol its scary. see what i said above

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    Quote Originally Posted by redstone View Post
    you registered just to post this?
    no, i registered because i can't login to my previous account to reply to this =X wanted to chop some stuff in WTS section ma so came back here ma.

    eh, clubsnap got delete inactive accounts one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by waipeng View Post
    http://elitehuntingasia.com/login.php

    Login with:
    Username: primal
    Password: needs

    This is from "view source" of the main page.

    I didn't even finish viewing. Their language give me a weird feeling.
    hey i just checked! strange that nothing can be viewed about the company? how did they do this? i thought regulations are suppose to make it compulsary to provide info?

    Registrant:
    Domains by Proxy, Inc.

    Registered through: GoDaddy.com, Inc. (http://www.godaddy.com)
    Domain Name: ELITEHUNTINGASIA.COM

    Domain servers in listed order:
    NS51.DOMAINCONTROL.COM
    NS52.DOMAINCONTROL.COM


    For complete domain details go to:
    http://who.godaddy.com/whoischeck.as...UNTINGASIA.COM

    Registrar: GODADDY.COM, INC.
    Status: clientRenewProhibited
    Dates: Created 19-jul-2007 Updated 19-jul-2007 Expires 19-jul-2008
    DNS Servers: NS51.DOMAINCONTROL.COM NS52.DOMAINCONTROL.COM

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    elite hunting is the organization featured in the hostel series
    where they torture people..

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    I logon and saw the bidding in SGD, however, a search via

    https://www.psi.gov.sg/NASApp/tmf/TM...ZFILE-BIZCODIR

    yield no result, i.e. ELITE HUNTING CO ASIA PTE LTD is not a legal entity in Singapore.

    Most other asean countries do not use Pte Ltd. Is this a scam site?

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    LOL!!!! ROFL....puzzle solved....found info that makes me rolling on the floor....

    Elite Hunting is a fictional criminal organization and the major antagonists in the horror films Hostel and Hostel: Part II, which operates a worldwide clandestine murder-for-profit business. Rich sadistic businessmen and women can bid on backpackers staying at a hostel in eastern Slovakia and torture them to death with many different tools at a run-down factory.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elite_Hunting


    elite hunting

    A fictional company, depicted in the 2005 horror film "Hostel". Elite Hunting is an international organizination that is a government coverup. They specialize in torturing and killing involintary "clients" that are abducted by "business men". Customers must pay high prices of money to kill abductees, plus they are protected from being prosecuted by the government. To torture an American, you must pay the highest amount.

    "who wants to join Elite Hunting? They're giving out free memberships!"

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/defin...=elite+hunting

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