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Some Singaporean devastated by a 2,280 seconds of power outage on Tuesday (Sept 18) morning!

A power outage that affected 150,000 residential and commercial unit island wide, left some Singaporean devastated in disbelief that such “disaster” can happen in Singapore. According to a report by The Straits Time, some affected Singaporean were surprised that a power disruption on such a scale could happen here, and questioned SP’s response. The Singapore Power (SP) disruption started at 1.18 am on Tuesday morning and power supply was restored by 1.56am, a 38 minutes (2,280 seconds) long power outage. SP Group posted an update on their Facebook page 15 minutes after the unfortunate incident and the post was flooded with almost 900 comments and 1.1k shares within 30 minutes of the post, despite it was 2am in the morning. As the SP Group Hotline was overwhelmed by affected residents, many others were forced to call the Police and Medical emergency hotline for “help”! The Singapore Police Force and Singapore

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Why our neighbour up north is the best…#justSaying

Once in a while you find hilarious things being passed around on the Internet, and you just got to share. Here are 12 countries that are “not as good” as our neighbour up north in Malaysia. United Kingdom Don’t like our VAT 20%? You can leave UK and go to Malaysia. Their GST is only 6 %   India Don’t agree to our GST 28% you can go to Malaysia it’s only 6%. They also have Tamil schools there unlike in North India.   United States You want free healthcare ? You can leave USA and go to Malaysia . It’s almost free there!   Hong Kong Cannot afford a house ? You can leave Hong Kong and go to Malaysia . Almost everyone above 35 years old own houses there!   Philippines What ? You want a car ? Leave Philippines and go to Malaysia . Every house hold

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Please lah, Mdm Halimah Yacob… don’t stay in HDB leh…

Which resident doesn’t want to have a President to stay in the same block of HDB flats as them? Housing prices will soar, area will be safe and Yishun will be great again! But we never had a President who lived in HDB. Just imagine the inconveniences… 1. Parking Aide-de-camp: Mdm, are you done yet? Le President: No I need 5 more mins. Is there anything? Aide-de-camp: errr … nothing Mdm. Le President: What is it? Aide-de-camp: Mdm your staff car just kena summon for waiting too long at the zigzag line. 2. Living Room Principal Private Secretary: Mdm the CPA has been summoned for the Executive Group and we are ready to meet. Le President: Where are we convening? My living room? Principal Private Secretary: Mdm it is not big enough. Le President: Let’s go to the Kopitiam across the road. Principal Private Secretary: No Mdm we can’t. Le President:

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Salah move? Liverpool Football Club smashes club record to sign player

Salah (“wrong” in Malay) move? Hehe. According to reports in UK, Egyptian Mohamed Salah will be given another chance to prove that he can be a hit in the English Premier League, as he prepares to undergo a medical check-up with Liverpool today. Liverpool expect to complete a club-record £39 million (S$69 million) deal for the Egyptian winger this week, and will pay Roma an initial fee of about £35 million. That matches the club-record sum they paid Newcastle United for Andy Carroll in January 2011. It will be topped up by £4 million in additional payments, depending on the player’s progress. Personal terms are believed to have been agreed, and the 25-year-old is set to sign a four-year deal with the option of a further 12 months. He will be paid about £90,000 a week – double his wage in Italy. Signing him represents a case of second time

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