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About Balisidar

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  • Birthday 05/08/1964

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  1. Hey Scott, Nope. I'm here on a 13A also. I've just never felt its my place to talk about Philippine politics or any other countries for that matter. After all...the USA is the only place I can compare to and it's far from perfect. Why else are most of us ex-pats from one country or another.๐Ÿ˜€ Regards!
  2. Doing a little more research on this guy...his troubles go back to 2017 and probably before. Looks like he's married to a younger gal Mia Joy Ofresio Humberson (not judging so let's not go there๐Ÿ˜†). He has a 5 or 6 year old daughter that they got US citizenship and a passport for. They tried another go fund me back in 2017 that only raised $150 despite a bunch of friends and his church saying they hard his back on various posts. Looks like his church friends have pretty much abandoned him though. Here's a sample from his go fund me in 2017. "It,s not just the DNA i tried to help a cou
  3. Read the gofundme site. His daughter is the same way. Apple doesn't fall far from the tree. He's got two Facebook accounts. On one of them he talks more politics than any pastor I've ever talked to. Wonder if he talked about Philippine politics also? Enough to really piss some people off?๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค”
  4. Reading online there's no other news about this guy and nothing I found in the Philippine news sites. National news hasn't picked it up either. Like someone mentioned, there has to be more here. Going back to the fundraising site and reading it again almost made my eyes bleed. It's written terribly with no details like the amount of the fines or real proof. She doesn't even mention her dad's name. It's no wonder no one but two people have contributed. One for $10 another for $20.
  5. Same here Graham. Not my place to comment about the Philippines policies. I'm just a guest here.
  6. Same rule we've used over the years but it's led to a lot of sleepless nights and make-up sex so it's all good.๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜‰. Lol. Same here Brett. Mines 4'11" but she can flay the skin off someone with her tongue.๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†
  7. Hi Tommy, I believe you can get horseradish seeds from Lazada or shopee. I've found most of my gardening stuff from there.
  8. Looking good Tommy! We have Okra, pechay and Napa cabbage coming out of our ears. Just made another batch of kimchee and Okra pickles. Tomatoes are coming along as well as peppers. Starting to harvest our green beans now also. Love gardening in this climate. As long as I keep up with the weeding. Neighbors garden also so we trade vegetables.
  9. Welcome to the forum. I'm sure you're aware that the Philippines is pretty much locked down right now due to covid. Most of us here have ties to the Philippines through spouse, family etc. I guess we should know more about what you're looking for as far as lifestyle, living conditions etc. Also read prior entries on this same topic. Question: Why the Philippines? Again, welcome.๐Ÿ˜€
  10. Not sure about where you live Heeb but here in Batangas almost everyone wears a mask in public. I'm sure it depends on the local authorities but I've seen checkpoints that are enforcing the mask/face shield rules on public transportation especially.
  11. Yep. That's about it for records here since local records get sent to the PSA. From what I've seen here obituaries aren't really a thing. I've tried to do some genealogical research on my wife's family and have come up short on any real record keeping.
  12. Not sure but I guess you could try to get in touch with the City/barangay who might have business records from that time? Unless a member lived in that area during that time frame and remembers that's one of the only ways I can think of other than your typical internet search on your friends name? Good luck.๐Ÿ˜€
  13. I didn't want to step on Yeochief's topic but I thought it was a great idea. So in my area of Tuy, Batangas here's our monthly budget. We bought our house in middle of November 2020. So this is our averages through Mar 1st from my budget spreadsheet. Water: 200p (water is potable but we boil for consumption) Electric: 1700p. We mostly run fans and only use our A/C at night if it's pretty hot. I wanted to make sure we are acclimated to the climate. Internet: 4999p Globe fiber 500 mbps. Converge and PLDT not in our area. LP gas for cooking: maybe 100p A month F
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