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Singaporeans are lucky as train breakdowns are part and parcel of life in most countries




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The following is a Facebook post by Chris Ho:

Those of us who’ve traveled widely know that trains breaking down is almost a norm in every country. True! But I’ll tell you what isn’t a norm – Govt telling irate commuters off that it’s OUR fault for choosing to all take the train at the same time, but resulting in no protest the next day!!! Different topic? Really?

More to the point then.. FTs really have no idea why Singaporeans appear so ‘unreasonable’. They seem to have no clue about cause-&-effect when it comes to people and the Govt here.

Allow me to supply a clue – world’s highest Ministerial salaries!! Lemme spell it out for them FTs too: Our top public servants are the BEST (not I say, one, hor; but LKY!), hence… EXPECTATIONS…!!!!!

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