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BC57

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  1. Since barangay passes are not be used anyone still go out. They don't pay attention unless you might try to enter a mall. I've been out and about many places but have not tried to enter the mall. My wife does the shopping so no problem for me.
  2. Sorry for your loss, my condolences.
  3. The PH seems to go to extremes when imposing something. I don't see what you posted working for a long period. Best to fully educate the people and let them decide. The PH is already in hot water with the UN on how they are treating people during this pandemic.
  4. It's simple, the police for the most part don't enforce anything and everyone knows this so they don't care about following the laws/rules, and or safety.
  5. You should ask and get a security deposit. It wouldn't take long for your stuff to disappear. I would also put in CCTV outside since you have a rental. If she has transportation get the plate number, etc.... CYA, good luck.
  6. Damn government is too afraid to take on the healthcare industry, it shouldn't be that way. It's just one big scam industry for those involved.
  7. BC57

    Gut feeling

    Now I'm hungry. That looks good.
  8. Yes on both, jealous and very suspicious.
  9. Your post hits the issues right on the head. You would think that any government would want a clean country concerning the garbage, etc..................... but not here. They may have tried to clean the Manila Bay but what about the rest of the country. The government is really missing point on not cleaning up their country. Look what happened with Boracay, the business owners trashed their own island so the President had to close it down until it was cleaned up.­čÖü
  10. The stress free lifestyle that I enjoy here can't be replaced by living in the US. Nor could I retire at 61 in the US and stay there with the cost of most things. We built a 3bdr 2 bath house on a 400 sq meter lot in the PH before moving here permanently. No mortgage or rent, yahoo! I couldn't have built a house in the US or bought a lot. For the most part people here are friendlier and they treat me great. I like the large family gatherings which are always enjoyable. With the exception of a few barking dogs our area is quiet. It's on a dirt road which is a dead end so we don't get a lot a traffic which is great. My mother-in-law's home is on one of the busiest streets in the city. So much noise and exhaust, yuck. Cable/satellite tv is so much cheaper here than compared to the US. Now as for the government agencies, wow, they need some better technology and process things a lot faster. Less paper is a good thing. Less redundancy would be even better. They are so far behind most of the world in technology and processes, not sure why. Police force doesn't have enough on staff to properly police the city to do enforcements, etc......... Oh, one thing that I dislike the most is all of the loose dogs, my God. They need to change that. We have a dog here but he is never off of our property and never will be.
  11. We have two Voda's in two bathrooms and so far so good. No problems at all. We only plug them in when we use them.
  12. We just got a new Pizza Hut in our city and it is way better than Greenwich. We use to have a Shakeys but it was so bad they closed it. It was nothing like the Shakeys in the US.
  13. October has definitely been earthquake month. I lived in Sou Cal my whole life and never experienced this many quakes in one month. I moved to Koronadal City last November, but October hasn't been nice. So far our house that is about five years old has stood up to these quakes. Stay safe everyone.
  14. Filipinos definitely panic when there is a earthquake, even minor ones. I lived is Southern California my whole life so it's not a big deal for me at all. My wife ran so fast out the front door she almost ran right over her mom. Of course when I told her this she was in complete denial, lol. I wish I had a video of her reaction to the quake. She stayed outside for about an hour until the power came back on.
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