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Thread: Change is coming to Singapore...probably foretells the future everywhere

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    Quote Originally Posted by metalfab View Post
    So often plans to make things better have intense unforeseen consequences.
    Thus the creation of ..... Texas .....
    Old age and treachery will beat youth and skill every time
    Originally Posted by Schweisshund I mean, sure, guns were used in some of these mass shootings, but not all of them
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    Quote Originally Posted by bccap View Post
    Thus the creation of ..... Texas .....
    Remember the Alamo!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bccap View Post
    Thus the creation of ..... Texas .....
    Okay, that's funny-I don't care who you are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grcamna2 View Post
    I wonder if Singapore would allow a foreigner/visitor to visit their city with a small early 80's motorcycle registered in another country:would they ban them ?
    That was covered in the link...no. I imagine they'll tolerate what's already there and let those already there disappear through attrition or rust.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichDesmond View Post
    If you’ve been to Bangkok you’ll realize why the Singapore regulations make a certain amount of sense.
    The presence of two-strokes and consumer-owned diesel vehicles in some parts of the world must be a significant factor as well. Can you imagine LA or New York with the same proportion of similar vehicles as Bangkok or Jakarta?
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