Gym resumed after a long recess. Tired. But a historic day requires a few words, if only for the record.
Sorry, Scotts. Loss expected. The only unexpected is the large gap between yes’s and nos. Guess those so-called undecided finally made their decision known in the poll.
When your Chief Minister admitted you won’t get independence ’this time’, he of course meant there would a next time, a next to next time……. So just be prepared. There is always hope.
Tomorrow in the media, those for independence will give us all sorts of reasons why their best opportunity did not materialize, especially what tricks the nos played.
In contrast to independence for Scotland, iP6+gold with 128G is more attainable. Though still a hard fight, the chance is much bigger, especially if you know the way.
A columnist of the most provocative paper in HK wrote that a guy working in the financial sector entered the Apple Store on the first day of registration about half an hour before registration began. He played games with a MacBook on display just to hold the machine to himself. About 5 min. before registration opens, he logged into his Apple Store account, placed his credit card next to the Mac and watched the screen without a brink.
As soon as the registration panel switched from Wait to Open, he hit at the most expensive iPhone 6 model“Plus with 128G” and chose gold color and a quantity of 2. Within 5 minutes, he was done, probably made a profit on the grey market for more than HK$20K.
That guy has a computer in the office, why hang out in the Apple Store to do this, with the risk of exposing his privacy.
The answer is: IFC has one of the fastest broadband connection in HK. And in a fanatic bidding, a 0.01 sec. lead time will decide who wins.
This is what HKers excel at: find out the no matter how small gap in the market and fill it.
And that's why innovation has no place in HK. It's just too inefficient. Let other people create. Then find a way to profit from it.