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Today 03:07 PM
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My point is it does not matter what degree you have or where you are educated. You are still being schooled by the no degree, never go to Uni or college SME towkay who is employing most of Singapore's workforce. Including those with degrees. So stop arguing and work harder so that towkay can buy a brand new Tesla.
What if I tell you that Iím actually the no college towkay with nothing to do (cus I have slaves working for me) thatís why Iím browsing forums?
Today 02:03 PM
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52, M. Retiring @ 55. Will collect $200k cash from CPF @ 55. Will spend $200k from 55 to 65. @ 65, collect CPF Life till death. Small apartment paid up. No debt. I am successful as I can retire @ 55. Many of my friends cannot retire @ 55 because they still have lots of mortgage to clear because they bought expensive houses and they spend a lot. I am a simple nobody. Happy.
I'm also thinking retiring at 55. 55 is actually too late. There is a high flyer here who retired at 45. Must be an ex-investment banker
Today 12:50 PM
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You are one of the slaves, so whatís your point?
My point is it does not matter what degree you have or where you are educated. You are still being schooled by the no degree, never go to Uni or college SME towkay who is employing most of Singapore's workforce. Including those with degrees. So stop arguing and work harder so that towkay can buy a brand new Tesla.
Today 12:49 PM
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I am.preplexed at how some people glorify being a slave with their shiny degrees slaving for 12 hours a day being paid what is essentially a pittance of $10k, $20k, $50k a month exchanging his/her time and health while the no degree, can't speak proper english/chinese business owners enjoy their time golfing, holidaying making $5m, $10m, $20m a year leveraging on the slaves time and effort while throwing bits of leftovers every now and then to "keep it interesting" among the slaves and see them argue who could be a better slave. Lol
This is true. People are exchanging time for money and health.

Life is meant to be enjoyed.
Today 09:59 AM
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I am.preplexed at how some people glorify being a slave with their shiny degrees slaving for 12 hours a day being paid what is essentially a pittance of $10k, $20k, $50k a month exchanging his/her time and health while the no degree, can't speak proper english/chinese business owners enjoy their time golfing, holidaying making $5m, $10m, $20m a year leveraging on the slaves time and effort while throwing bits of leftovers every now and then to "keep it interesting" among the slaves and see them argue who could be a better slave. Lol
You are one of the slaves, so whatís your point?
Today 08:44 AM
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Thatís why thereís this poor nus kid begging for attention online ma 🥲
I am.preplexed at how some people glorify being a slave with their shiny degrees slaving for 12 hours a day being paid what is essentially a pittance of $10k, $20k, $50k a month exchanging his/her time and health while the no degree, can't speak proper english/chinese business owners enjoy their time golfing, holidaying making $5m, $10m, $20m a year leveraging on the slaves time and effort while throwing bits of leftovers every now and then to "keep it interesting" among the slaves and see them argue who could be a better slave. Lol
Today 04:34 AM
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Is a 7.5k monthly salary after 2 years considered good?
nope, you are earning below average. work harder and stop posting here.
Today 01:03 AM
Unregistered Is a 7.5k monthly salary after 2 years considered good?
Yesterday 08:19 AM
Unregistered 52, M. Retiring @ 55. Will collect $200k cash from CPF @ 55. Will spend $200k from 55 to 65. @ 65, collect CPF Life till death. Small apartment paid up. No debt. I am successful as I can retire @ 55. Many of my friends cannot retire @ 55 because they still have lots of mortgage to clear because they bought expensive houses and they spend a lot. I am a simple nobody. Happy.
01-05-2021 12:33 PM
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Yeah. Say you don't wanna abuse the poor SIMs too much, then throw out something like this lmao. You guys have zero chill 😂
later sim doggy jump off roof of LSE Clementi ah dun play play anymore i tell you 😂😂
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