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  1. I have a few beers there a lot 🤪
  2. Well, you seemed to get a good laugh out of it as well as a few members here, maybe it is more fun in the Philippines 😜
  3. II. Requirements Individual Certificate For Subscribers or authorized representatives, the CAs and/or its RAs shall ensure that the identity information is verified by prior compliance with the following: Duly accomplished downloadable form Unified Multi Purpose Identification (UMID) compliant card. (Photocopy) Birth Certificate or valid Philippine Passport. (Photocopy) 1 passport size ID picture Personal appearance to the RA Officer for face-to-face verification. (in the absence of UMID-compliant card, ANY TWO of the following cards are allowed as valid ID’s based on BSP Circular 608 series of 2008:) Passport Driver’s License Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) ID National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) Clearance Police Clearance Postal ID Voter’s ID Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) e-Card Social Security System (SSS) Card Senior Citizen Card Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) ID OFW ID Seaman’s Book Alien Certification of Registration/Immigrant Certificate of Registration Government Office and GOCC ID, e.g. Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP ID), Home Development Mutual Fund (HDMF ID) Certification from the National Council for the Welfare of Disabled Persons (NCWDP) Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Certification Integrated Bar Of The Philippines ID Company IDs Issued by Private Entities or Institutions Registered with or Supervised or Regulated either by the BSP, SEC or IC Submit a passport size photo taken within the last six (6) months; Phone number (mobile and/or landline); E mail address owned by the individual or authorized by the owner for use by the Subscriber; Latest copy of a bill showing the physical address of the applicant, where the PIN which will be used to activate a digital certificate shall be mailed; and Consent to verify the information submitted. https://www.gov.ph/viewasset/-/asset_publisher/ULtEgkADAvfO/content/pki-how-to-ava-1?_com_liferay_asset_publisher_web_portlet_AssetPublisherPortlet_INSTANCE_ULtEgkADAvfO_groupId=752885 Should answer some questions
  4. That’s a great question, we will be moving in August and that has been in the back of my mind.
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    Yea, I had a what the heck moment
  6. I just want to say, this is the best thread I have read on this forum ever!!! 😋
  7. Just hang out, she will find you when it’s time to cash out😋
  8. A few years ago we were at Sea Tac waiting for our luggage to drop on the carousel when a large cardboard box dropped, broke open, all this dried fish spilled out and was going around and around the carousel. The attendant picked it all up, put it back in the box, taped it up and sent it on it’s way.
  9. DENR to restore mercury-tainted Palawan lake PUERTO PRINCESA – The government has started the restoration of a mercury-contaminated lake in Palawan that was previously used by a mining company. The rehabilitation of the lake in Barangay Sta. Lourdes, Puerto Princesa, Palawan is led and funded by the environment department's Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB). It will have three phases. Phase 1 will cover the pit lake’s outer perimeter fencing, while Phase 2 will include the inner perimeter fencing. The third phase will entail the construction of pit benches, including engineering and landscaping, slope protection and vegetation, and construction of a three-meter “hike-jog-bike” pathway with park lighting. The lake was formerly mined by Palawan Quicksilver Mine, Inc. (PQMI). The MGB said residents who live around the lake are at risk of exposure to toxic mercury used by miners to extract ore. They will be relocated to a safer area. In a visit to Palawan, Environment Secretary Gina Lopez and city Mayor Lucilo Bayron assured homeowners that they will be given a proper relocation site and livelihood before they are asked to leave their homes. The Department of Environment and Natural Resources and Puerto Princesa local government are set to conduct medical check-ups to ensure residents’ health. https://news.abs-cbn.com/news/01/06/17/denr-to-restore-mercury-tainted-palawan-lake
  10. You maybe right, always open to new information.
  11. She is more than likely talking about in the US. If you retire at say 35yrs old there will not be much SS income, health insurance will be expensive, no income from a job. You will have to support yourself for maybe 50yrs. To maintain a decent lifestyle you need maybe $60,000 a year plus inflation, looking at $3,000,000 plus the earnings. I don’t like her either but I think she may be right on this one.
  12. This is a great topic. If I may I will share a little experience that my family and I had when i was a young lad. My dad got a wild hair and joined a colonization group that was to establish a colony in the Galápagos Islands, 600 miles off the coast of Ecuador. When the company ship dropped anchor in the harbor the company was declared broke, Dad decided to stay, he had $20 in his pocket, we were basically stranded in one of the most remote places on earth at that time, 1960. We lived on a dock, no power, had to burn cane whisky in our lamps, toilet was an outhouse on the dock. We ate fish we caught off the dock, beef when a cow was tied up to the slaughter house a mile and a half around the bay, We had to strain our water thru a sock on the Spicket, then cheese cloth it a few times then boil it so as not to get hepatitis. We had nothing, no TV, radio, no modern conveniences, it was the happiest time of my life. Finally dad got enough money selling stuff to the locals to get us home. As we were leaving on the ship, I was standing on the stern of the ship looking at what we had called home, I cried.
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