Thursday, November 22, 2012

what gravity-defying COE prices have taught me

Ha, I like this headline. "Gravity-defying COE prices"

Let me see, which is the lightest gas? Hydrogen? Then COE prices is just like hydrogen, keeps going up.

And I thought Singapore's economy is sluggish? Hmmm I wonder why then is COE prices going up? Report says car dealers are rushing to meet sales target. There are still many people buying new cars? I've done some simple calculation on my own, you spend about a quarter of your salary for your car installment, ie if you earned at least $4k a month. That is not good financial budgeting.

So while COE prices continues to defy gravity and consumers start to defy logic, I shall start to learn to defy norms and materialism and be contented and most important grateful for the things I owned and my loved ones around me.


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Anonymous said...

Still got 5 yrs to go before the big headache ha ha. No point to worry now, yes?

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