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Old 04-15-2010, 18:41   #101
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Fafa A. How about owners of airports can they be accepted? Since i have my own airport lapad ba naman ng landing strip sa ulo ko at well manicured haircut.

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Old 04-15-2010, 21:27   #102
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siyet, lugi kami sa iyo fafa a. di ba sa inyo meralco and abs-cbn?
ay dont worry
diluted na ni pareng Ramon and pareng Manny ang shares namin sa Meralco
Daming datung mga fafa yan
teka, natahol yung askal namin , papakainin ko lang
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Old 04-16-2010, 22:08   #103
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Ang bibilis kumilos. Professional na-mura na premium...puede pa 5 gives.
If you guys need-will refer someone para maka-mura kayo.
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Old 04-20-2010, 01:01   #104
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Me and a friend were just discussing how amiable and cheerful the Glorietta parking cashiers are.

Landmark supermarkets seem to have everything on stock; and possibly the cleanest supermarket these days.

The service of Friday's in Rembrandt Hotel is top-notch; can't say the same for the service in Friday's Trinoma, which borders in between mediocre and downright poor.
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total failure is our new supplier of office uniform 'Pisanti" 3 mos pa lang all my zippers are busted and my barong buttons also.
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Old 04-20-2010, 03:41   #106
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Me and a friend were just discussing how amiable and cheerful the Glorietta parking cashiers are.

Landmark supermarkets seem to have everything on stock; and possibly the cleanest supermarket these days.

The service of Friday's in Rembrandt Hotel is top-notch; can't say the same for the service in Friday's Trinoma, which borders in between mediocre and downright poor.
Amen to Glorietta and Landmark. I'm there every Saturday. Only Landmark had the big Tabasco bottle I wanted.
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Landmark supermarkets seem to have everything on stock; and possibly the cleanest supermarket these days.
Chief! Long time no hear!
I agree on Landmark's supermarket.

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The service of Friday's in Rembrandt Hotel is top-notch; can't say the same for the service in Friday's Trinoma, which borders in between mediocre and downright poor.
Service at TGIF Rembrandt has been hit or miss for me.
At TGIF Trinoma it's been horrific.

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total failure is our new supplier of office uniform 'Pisanti" 3 mos pa lang all my zippers are busted and my barong buttons also.
Come on, admit it, 'Pot...
Each time, you just forgot to hold in your gut, right?
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Old 04-20-2010, 04:36   #108
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regarding landmark supermarket everytime we have clients from abroad we always bring them to landmark supermarket to see our products in the market.

About my pants and barong Horge, they are always 1 size bigger.
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Old 04-20-2010, 05:15   #109
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wala bang tgif na hindi nga maganda service pero mura?
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I found a mechanic who know's what he is doing. He fixed our MB100 he does home service from tuguegarao to bicol.
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I'd like to commend an aeta who's name escapes me
Now everytime i see bamboo , i want to make fire
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Old 04-21-2010, 04:46   #112
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I'd like to commend an aeta who's name escapes me
Now everytime i see bamboo , i want to make fire
sa subic? - kasoy
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sa subic? - kasoy

yes, bonding kami kasi pareho kami lumaki sa gubat

daming tao sa subic, ngayon ko lang nakita ganyan kadami
Parang divisoria
I'm glad for the businesses there though, di muna nga lang ako babalik

i'm sad wala na ang Legenda Suites
Mamimiss ko yung buffett breakfast nila
Iba iba kulay nang food pero iisa lasa ...ang galing!
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Old 04-21-2010, 17:32   #114
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yes, bonding kami kasi pareho kami lumaki sa gubat

daming tao sa subic, ngayon ko lang nakita ganyan kadami
Parang divisoria
I'm glad for the businesses there though, di muna nga lang ako babalik

i'm sad wala na ang Legenda Suites
Mamimiss ko yung buffett breakfast nila
Iba iba kulay nang food pero iisa lasa ...ang galing!

yan din ang sabi namin 3 years ago nung nag check-in kami dyan.
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Old 04-21-2010, 18:32   #115
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Last time I was there, I tried to cash a check.

They asked for an ID, I gave them my TX ID.

They asked me if I have another one and showed them my CHL.

They wanted some sort of Philippine Government issued ID or a passport, so I showed them my US Passport card.

After presenting 3 different forms of ID, they still would not cash the check.

It seems that common sense is not particularly abundant in bank tellers. Sad, considering that they supposedly are college graduates.

The same for cashiers in SM. I am often asked to sign my card. I always refuse because I don't want anyone to be able to have a specimen to forge/copy should I lose my card or if a waiter or bartender takes my card to make a charge.

So that one time that I did sign my card with the words, "Photo ID Required", and sign the charge slip the same way, this cashier told me, "Sir, hindi yan ang signature mo". to which I asked her, "Paano mo nalaman??", she replied............"Sir, isang letter lang and middle initial"

I laughed so hard and so loud, people thought that I was crazy.
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Old 04-21-2010, 20:07   #116
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yan din ang sabi namin 3 years ago nung nag check-in kami dyan.

after eating gusto mo umpog ulo mo?
every year , since bago pa sya , we keep on eating breakfast there nafafascinate ako kung nag improve , suspense nga e
nope,every year the pineapple pareho pa rin ng lasa nung bacon

Is subic experienceing a boom?
Daming new residential develpments at ang daming tao
naging minority tuloy mga koreano hehe
i'm glad for the local economy , kakaawa lang yung wildlife
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Wildlife in Subic? If you mean the monkeys, crows and other exotic-looking birds, they're still there. Most of Subic is still wild. One website touts the place as a bird-watching paradise.

But I wonder where they put the aircraft displayed there.

Condemnation: an utmost CONDEMNATION OF THE CITY GOVERNMENT OF MANILA, for allowing those illegal motor vehicles called "kuligligs" to infest the streets of Manila. I know, they sometimes round 'em up but it's more of a half-hearted thing than anything else, those contraptions are back soon. These are illegal per se, as they are unregistered, driven by unlicensed drivers (even minors), and don't even begin to comply with basic regulations for motor vehicles, much less lights. And they don't follow traffic regulations, one even ran the red light right in front of me last night; last year one was brave (or foolish) enough to cut right in front of our fast-running bus in Quiapo.

And most of them now sport the posters of the incumbent.

"The Law Applies To All"? Hah. Not in the streets of Manila.
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Wildlife in Subic? If you mean the monkeys, crows and other exotic-looking birds, they're still there. Most of Subic is still wild. One website touts the place as a bird-watching paradise.

But I wonder where they put the aircraft displayed there.

Condemnation: an utmost CONDEMNATION OF THE CITY GOVERNMENT OF MANILA, for allowing those illegal motor vehicles called "kuligligs" to infest the streets of Manila. I know, they sometimes round 'em up but it's more of a half-hearted thing than anything else, those contraptions are back soon. These are illegal per se, as they are unregistered, driven by unlicensed drivers (even minors), and don't even begin to comply with basic regulations for motor vehicles, much less lights. And they don't follow traffic regulations, one even ran the red light right in front of me last night; last year one was brave (or foolish) enough to cut right in front of our fast-running bus in Quiapo.

And most of them now sport the posters of the incumbent.

"The Law Applies To All"? Hah. Not in the streets of Manila.

Not for long
Yung Total gas station nalang sa papasok ng subic ang big example
When I saw it being carved out of the jungle , you can see the attitude of the admin regarding the existing habitats jan
Sa ingay nalang nang mga tourists , enough na yun to distress the local wildlife
BTW, i'm a zoology major nga pala hehe who's business also destroys habitats
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Old 04-24-2010, 10:31   #119
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Everytime ang gulo ng traffic dito samin sa probinsya
It's either puno ang kalsada ng mga taga bundok o taga manila
Hiway was filled w/ jeepneys from Balara, padre faura, Nichols
Plus cars you know are from manila kasi isisingit pa yung oto nila and cut in your lane, EDSA style or mag counterflow just to get ahead of the traffic
Where's Rolito Go when you need him
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Old 04-24-2010, 17:09   #120
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Dinorado Rice - Wonderful, clean taste and a balanced texture that
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not dessicate and harden rapidly on exposure to room-temperature air.

Condemnation:
Jasmine Rice - like white cement, in terms of taste and texture, and
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Old 04-24-2010, 23:21   #121
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Everytime ang gulo ng traffic dito samin sa probinsya
It's either puno ang kalsada ng mga taga bundok o taga manila
Hiway was filled w/ jeepneys from Balara, padre faura, Nichols
Plus cars you know are from manila kasi isisingit pa yung oto nila and cut in your lane, EDSA style or mag counterflow just to get ahead of the traffic
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hahahahaha traffic na naman sa LB sir! hahaha marami kasi swimming pool dyan sir eh sobrang init sa maynila first thing that pops into peoples mind is "swimming tayo sa LB!" hahaha dont worry pag tag ulan na luluwag ulit traffic dyan sir.

speaking of traffic.

condemnation,

flores de mayo, bakit nila ginagawa rampahan ang highway? por dyos por santo meron pa tao galing sa bicol or on their way somewhere far south who wants to get where they want to go asap, and they close down the friggin highway just so that their daughters can where gowns and parade in front of their neighbors? sobra!

where i come from meron din flores pero its just done on private roads usually subdivisions, dito lintik talaga. maharlika hway is a national hway and the santo tomas, bats. portion is a part you might want to avoid in may. suggestion lang.
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Condemnation: an utmost CONDEMNATION OF THE CITY GOVERNMENT OF MANILA, for allowing those illegal motor vehicles called "kuligligs" to infest the streets of Manila. I know, they sometimes round 'em up but it's more of a half-hearted thing than anything else, those contraptions are back soon. These are illegal per se, as they are unregistered, driven by unlicensed drivers (even minors), and don't even begin to comply with basic regulations for motor vehicles, much less lights. And they don't follow traffic regulations, one even ran the red light right in front of me last night; last year one was brave (or foolish) enough to cut right in front of our fast-running bus in Quiapo.

And most of them now sport the posters of the incumbent.

"The Law Applies To All"? Hah. Not in the streets of Manila.
I agree 100% those guys pedicabs turn trikes are a menace!
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speaking of friday's anyone else have their discount card?
I got to use mine kanina and you have to present the card as you are ordering
ewan ko lang if it's my imagination , pero parang umunti yung serving
why do you have to present the card before ordering?

Srvice was excellent though
Pretty OJT na students dancing in the aisle
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Dinorado Rice - Wonderful, clean taste and a balanced texture that
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not dessicate and harden rapidly on exposure to room-temperature air.

Condemnation:
Jasmine Rice - like white cement, in terms of taste and texture, and
especially after even brief exposure to room-temperature air. We are we
importing this crap?


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Either Thailand or Vietnam. Have you tried the P18 NFA rice - not bad at all
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Tama na yang rice na yan!
That stuff will kill you
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