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Tuesday, January 24, 2006


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Well I guess throwing too much money into investments is neither good cos it may not turn out profitable either.

From my past experience in societies, I find that in certain batches or years, the committee were not able to bring in money from their activities or from their fund raising events, thus causing the future batches problems. When they do bring in money, the money is spent like nobodys business and yet forgetting that the societies need money for future events.

So same applies to the government. If the current ones are not thrifty and save up, the future may seem bleak for the country and it will force us to work much harder than we already have.

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