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LTA Strikes again

Article from 2 weeks back. http://www.asiaone.com/Business/My%2BMoney/Property/Story/A1Story20080618-71573.html No it’s not the rise in ERP again. It used to be that they penalise people for driving into town, now it seems like they are penalising people for trying to leave town as well. What strikes me is...

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Just occurred to me that globally we now have an Oil Shock, a Credit Crunch, a Housing Meltdown and a Commodity Price Inflation. Historically any one of the above would be enough to cause a recession. Now we have all 4 at the same time....

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Left vs Right

In recent weeks, I’ve tried figuring out how I stand on the political spectrum. While I can firmly say that I’m socially a liberal, strongly support free trade, lean heavily in favour of green policies and favour a small government. I cannot quite figure out if that puts...

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Came across this online: In C, you merely shoot yourself in the foot. In C++, you accidentally create a dozen instances of yourself and shoot them all in the foot. Providing emergency medical care is impossible, because you can’t tell which are bitwise copies and...

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