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Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by atmarcella, Sep 28, 2009.
share ko lang.
Is this true (i.e. FX trading)? It is very difficult to manipulate the currency for a specific gain when this is supposed to be floated in the free market where demand/ supply dictates price. In what context was this and for what period is this?
Thats it... Iknew it was right to stop betting in the Phil LOTTO many years ago...
Hope this new "LOTTO" scam is not real... kasi if it were true... MAY GAD... Corruption and Graft in the Government is trully at its worst... Very disappointing
another untrue and unrealistic spam going around no government can sustain yrs of currency manipulation its going to take unrealistic amounts of $$$
very strong unbacked by fact claims
I suggest you verify the authenticity of the root source of these "advisories" before you spread them around.
The advisory is so biased, so thin on facts and so poorly written I can't see how anyone can believe it was issued by the World Bank. Would the World Bank use such terms as "pet crocodiles" to describe politicians? What business does it have analyzing lotteries? I don't see how some unnamed Financial Analyst (yes, in capital letters, no less) can speak on behalf of the World Bank. It would be better off hiring a language specialist so as not to embarass itself by using idiotic phrases such as "very much improbable and impossible".
Then NBI chief Fred Lim winning the jackpot while in the midst of a lottery scandal investigation, now THAT's news!
When was that? Cory's or Tabako's time?
sir, i think it was the sweepstakes then. As a result they were forced to televised the drawing of balls using a big "tambiolo".
yup fred lim won that sweepstakes during the first televised drawing with big tambiolo and all
I find it hard to believe that the currency's value is manipulated. Even during Marcos' time, the peso-dollar rate couldn't be tweaked.
The article is obviously political, and its intent is to sow chaos.
natangap ko lang sa email.
take it w/ a piece of salt..... grain pala hehehe.
but then again.
did you guys see gma's boots during the height of the flooding while she was at ndcc, snakeskin? sabi ng kilala ko na fashionista $50k daw yung boots na yun. oh well.....
It shouldn't even be taken with a grain of salt, its absolutely fake. (I'm sure "World Bank" really sends out emails with that at the end, just so we know it's legit )
This is what pisses me off about us Filipinos, there are a lot of @$$sholes out there that make emails like this, or bogus texts (remember receiving texts this past weekend about "Marikina Dam" being opened? Turns out there ISN'T A MARIKINA DAM) that don't do any good whatsoever.
Let's try to curb this by not spreading them further; its all conspiracy theory with no basis.
I'd like to find the source of this email forward, and punch him where the sun don't shine. Like I said, these things do no good whatsoever. I'm by no means a fan of GMA and her constant kowtowing to various groups and people, as well as the allowed corruption under this government, but c'mon, this is just plain ridiculous.
Yup, it smells like galungong.