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Note it says “for misappropriating S$88,000 belonging to his client, which had been entrusted to him”.
If “the client” was you or me, I seriously doubt they would get an Interpol red notice. So, who was this client… that is the real question!
Must’ve been someone pretty powerful and important, but if that’s the case I doubt $88,000 would have meant much. Probably would have been peanuts.
Powerful and important people are often the most spiteful… it was probably just the principle of the matter, and they wanted to make sure this guy was taught a lesson.
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I get a full blood workup every 6 months without fail. (At 75 it is a good habit to keep) Cholesterol has been great all those years since 2008. For me, while I occasionally, as noted, east some starchy foods, its not the norm for me. I don't miss it, and by not going back to it, my health is good and I reckon if it works for me, and I don't have to 'watch' it, it is basically just easier. Fortunately I'm not a "foodie" as it were so almost never go to restaurants or order food, but just cooks at home. At 75 I'm not trying to impress any strumpets so no need to eat the foods bad for me just to look good and make the strumpet have to use her phone for photo of food. LOL
Good, if you’re getting the all clear at your physicals, do whatever works. One thing you should take special note of as you get older is prostate cancer. A close friend of .....
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Update - 25th September :
I completed a 2 hours long "community sharing session" aka CSS on the 20th. They are held in CCs all over the island - you are eligible to attend the events within your area. They divided us up into 6 groups of approximately 10 people, give or take a few (I didn't count). After registration, there was a buffet style dinner.
thanks for sharing that! I was hoping they'd have this part for my batch but no luck, thanks to omicron. True blue Singaporean question: what did they serve for the buffet? :D
We do have local veggies! I buy Kok Fah farm produce a lot, and if you've never been to Bollywood veggies, it's a must for the banana bread alone (and maybe get some storytelling about being a local farmer from Ivy).
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