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It's pretty funny that few people/businesses would drop us a message whenever they read something that says nice things about them, but whenever there are negative feedback or opinions, they come bashing you right away even if no names are mentioned. These people always seems to be following closely, hoping that we would not spread anything related to them, once they feel guilty of a descriptive event they start commenting, emailing and some even resort to threats.

Well I would like to emphasize that this is just a small blog, it is not straits times or any major platform, what is written here are all our PERSONAL views and opinions, there is nothing right or wrong about them. If you wish to read them, it is your own decision whether or not to keep the information for your own benefit, if it doesn't, just stop reading. If you suspect that you had been reading something about yourself and feel guilty about it, then it's probably time to change, there is no need to disguise as happy customers fighting as a fan (when they themselves are the owners/affiliate). I am not here to advertise for people, if not the blog would've been flooded with useless banners as click baits, we are here to provide information and write an open diary based on our PERSONAL OPINION. We do not criticize people by calling out names, we enjoy analyzing specific actions and giving our views on them, there is nothing wrong about this, so just chill and enjoy the fact that this blog is still updated regularly at the expense of our personal time.

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