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    the china actor sucks badly the pika scene quite good haha
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    this movie not bad from netflix. similar to john wick style can give this a go
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    [EPL] Huddersfield - Manchester City

    https://www.neostreamz.net/game/huddersfield-vs-man-city/ http://www.hazmo.watch/soccer/stream-02.php http://www.blacktiestreams.xyz/soccer1 https://f1livegp.net/wp/get-to-know-more-information-about-premier-league/ http://elixx.me/uvalencia.html
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    Lost interest in going to Bolehland

    Well , I only goto JB for a few reasons , and yup one of the reason is for petrol .
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    [DRAMA]Narcos : Mexico

    Sorry for the late reply. As I was away and quite busy with some work . @Satki yeah Blacklist is good, maybe u guys can try designated survivor .
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    [EPL] Huddersfield - Manchester City

    vs The fight for survival goes head to head with the hunt for the title as Huddersfield welcome Manchester City to Kirklees Stadium. The home side are bottom of the league and eight points adrift of safety, and earlier this week parted ways with manager David Wagner in an attempt to better a points return of just 0.5 per match. Last season, a heroic draw against City in May was part of Huddersfield's remarkable late escape from relegation. This season’s match against the ‘Citizens’ ended in a 6-1 thumping defeat however, and they enter this match with eight defeats in their last nine matches (D1). At home, ‘Terriers’ fans have had little to cheer for this season with just a single Premier League (PL) win so far (W1, D2, L8), and a measly five home goals in eleven matches. Huddersfield have so far met three of the current ‘Top six’ teams here, all ended in defeats to nil. City, meanwhile, have recovered from their Christmas woes, and have turned two straight defeats into five straight wins in all competitions. Goals have again been flowing, with Pep Guardiola's men scoring 24 goals in the last five matches (in all competitions). In the PL, City have been markedly worse playing away than home this season (W6, D2, L2). Home and away, they’ve won all six of their matches against teams currently in the bottom five, with a combined goal score of 25-4. Players to watch: Mathias Jorgensen, Philip Billing and Christopher Schindler all have five yellow cards or more for Huddersfield this season. Focusing on other things, Sergio Agüero has ten PL goals so far - and scored a hat-trick in the reverse fixture. Stat attack: Huddersfield have been losing at half-time in nine of their 15 defeats this season. The three PL H2Hs between these teams average over three yellow cards (3.33). In City’s last five away PL matches, 69% of the goals have come in the first half. LINKS WILL BE UP ONE HOUR BEFORE MATCH STARTS
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    [Soccer] Cesc Fabregas leaves Chelsea for Monaco

    would think he is highly over rated.
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    Looking for a HDD/SSD docking station, what is good ah?

    using the probox 4 bay . comes with raid support too, but im just using it as JBOD
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    Go marina bay walk

    Thank u so much
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    Go marina bay walk

    u can try https://imgbb.com/ because our inhouse image uploader only accepts 2MB max per file
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    Go marina bay walk

    amazing pics u got there buddy. any chance of higher res one ? so i can set as wallpaper ? Much thanks
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    Carousell kicks off 2019 with a BANG!

    Carousell kicks off 2019 with hires of former Amazon, RedMart, and SPH execs Consumer-to-consumer (C2C) marketplace Carousell has started the new year with a duo of big-name strategic appointments aimed at boosting its operational capabilities following a bumper 2018 of venture funding. Tan Su Lin has been hired as Carousell’s vice president of operations, reporting directly to Quek Siu Rui, the company’s co-founder and CEO. She arrives after a 20-year career at media giant Singapore Press Holdings (SPH), where she most recently served as deputy chief marketing officer and senior vice president of sales strategy and operations. Tan will be calling on her experience selling advertising opportunities across multiple channels, as well as her considerable expertise in management and working across SPH’s different business units, to scale up Carousell’s regional operations. Also joining the Carousell crew is Colin Bryar, who will act as an advisor to the company’s executive team. Bryar worked at Amazon in Seattle from 1998 to 2010, including stints as technical advisor to founder and CEO Jeff Bezos and chief operating officer of the company’s IMDB.com brand. More recently, he served as chief operating officer at Singapore-based online grocer RedMart between 2015 and 2017, overseeing the startup’s acquisition by Alibaba subsidiary Lazada in 2016. Bryar will be advising Quek and the rest of Carousell’s senior management on “identifying opportunities for faster growth and providing a world-class customer experience for users across the region,” the company said in a statement. The big-ticket hires come a matter of months after Carousell secured US$85 million in a series C funding co-led by existing shareholder Rakuten Ventures and new backer EDBI – the investment arm of the Singaporean government’s Economic Development Board. Banking giant DBS also came on board as a first-time investor, joining previous backers Sequoia Capital, Golden Gate Ventures, and 500 Startups. While it remains far from profitability, Carousell – as analysts have previously suggested – is exploring monetization opportunities and developing its own integrated payments platform. In a social media post on New Year’s Day, Quek wrote that it has “been an intense 6.5 years [since launching], and 2018 was no exception, but I’ve never been more excited and optimistic about what’s ahead for 2019.” “[I’m] immensely grateful to the Carousell community across the region for their unwavering support, our team’s heartfelt passion and dedication to the mission, and to our partners, investors, board members, mentors, and friends for their generosity in helping us grow and learn,” he added.
  14. Vietnam’s financial marketplace and peer-to-peer (P2P) lending platform Tima just had LendingClub’s former chief operating officer (COO) John Donovan join its board of directors and has started raising series C funding. “As consumers go online around the world, they look to access financial services in a more efficient and fair way. I look forward to working on the board of Tima to help this happen in Vietnam,” said Donovan. Source: Tima US-based LendingClub is considered a pioneer among online P2P lending platforms, originating nearly US$42 billion in loans to date. The company raised US$1 billion when it debuted on the New York Stock Exchange in 2014, making it the biggest US tech IPO that year. Donovan co-founded LendingClub in 2007, serving as the company’s COO until 2011 and then as executive vice president of development before departing in 2012. He previously worked at Mastercard, where he was vice president of global product development. He is currently CEO of US operations for Shanghai-based fintech company Wheat Financial. Tima said that it is in the midst of its series C round, aiming to secure capital for operational improvements, network expansion, and research and development. Late last year, the startup raised US$3 million in a series B round led by Belt Road Capital Management. Tima has signed partnerships with financial institutions, including VietinBank and Nam A Bank, and claims to have disbursed about US$1.7 billion in loans to 2.8 million borrowers.
  15. Former Hearthstone director Ben Brode has revealed what he and a handful of other former Hearthstone developers are getting up to at Second Dinner, the studio they founded last year after departing Blizzard. [Drumroll] It's a Marvel game, and it's backed by a cool $30 million investment from Chinese technology company NetEase, who just happen to also be Blizzard's main partner in that region. "In all likelihood, this will be the best game ever made," CEO Hamilton Chu said. "I made a spreadsheet so I’m pretty sure." What sort of Marvel game it will be? For now, that—and virtually everything else, including platforms—remains a mystery. Some sort of Marvel-based card game is a reasonable bet, as everyone on the founding team—Brode, Chu, Mike Schweitzer, Yong Woo, and Jomaro Kindred—were all senior Hearthstone developers prior to teaming up for Second Dinner. But equally it could be a different genre entirely. The Second Dinner website also suggests that the project will take a very broad, all-encompassing approach to the Marvel cast, saying that it will have Hellcow the vampiric cow (a real character) and Throg, the Mighty Frog of Thunder (also real), and "also Spider-Man and the Avengers and the X-Men." That kind of big, gang's-all-here cast would be ideal for a CCG. There is one way to find out ahead of everyone else, however. Second Dinner is now looking to hire a client engineer and a technical artist, and if you apply and get hired then they'll show you what's going on. There's no time frame given for a full announcement or release, but the NetEase investment "should take us all the way through shipping our first game," the studio said, "with no need to sing and dance for milestone payments or desperately try to find new investors along the way." NetEase is also the company that's partnered with Blizzard on Diablo Immortal, the mobile game that was announced to something less than acclaim at last year's BlizzCon.