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    Default Re: keep $$ under our pillows?

    Quote Originally Posted by lennyl View Post
    *sigh* you really don't get it, do you? It's not calling them maids that got you in trouble. It's because you implied they're thieves.
    he didn't get it because he is stupid.........sorry, just joking ok?

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    Default Re: keep $$ under our pillows?

    Quote Originally Posted by hongsien View Post
    he didn't get it because he is stupid.........sorry, just joking ok?

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    It is ok, moron! Juz kidding too

    OK?





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    Default Re: keep $$ under our pillows?

    Quote Originally Posted by lennyl View Post
    *sigh* you really don't get it, do you? It's not calling them maids that got you in trouble. It's because you implied they're thieves.



    Argue for the sake of arguing, 鸡蛋里挑骨头

    Be my guest!

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    Default Re: keep $$ under our pillows?

    Quote Originally Posted by Benign View Post
    Argue for the sake of arguing, 鸡蛋里挑骨头

    Be my guest!
    Why not send the moderator a PM to clarify?

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    Default Re: keep $$ under our pillows?

    urh. apologies for being forthright and frank here but what has this got to do with the topic at hand? I'm all for settling conflicts but... can it not be done privately?



    anyway back to the topic at hand...


    have a little faith in the banking system you have in Singapore. I'm not sure what measures the government have put in place but I'm pretty certain it wouldn't be seeing the same sort of credit crisis that have plunged other banks into credit debts. and besides, there isn't even a big sub-prime market in Singapore to trigger any collapse by banks who didn't get any repayments....
    chicken fight!

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