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  1. #101
    question^

    pano naman yung mga pinoy na nagbabalik bansa? Kasi there are some balikbayans who prefer to stay in the Philippines as well.

  2. #102
    Quote Originally Posted by dylandarkk View Post
    question^

    pano naman yung mga pinoy na nagbabalik bansa? Kasi there are some balikbayans who prefer to stay in the Philippines as well.
    It only takes one holdup or kidnapping or brush with local "authorities" to make that pipe dream go away. You are more than welcome to learn the HARD way. And I would be more than happy to tell you "I TOLD YOU SO"

    Coming back to the Philippines after you lived a decent life in the US as like moving to Compton after you've lived in Beverly Hills. Not a smart move.

  3. #103
    pano if all your investments are in the Philippines. I mean you are richer in the Philippines than here in the US? like for example here in the US you're living the average US lifestyle just like everyone else, you have a car, a house, and you go to work every weekdays or depends on your schedule. However in the Philippines you have businesses, large house, commercial buildings in your name, 2 or 3 cars, and you dont have to go to work almost everyday, you just need to manage your business.

    So i think for those kind of people living in the Philippines is much better than US.

    pero tama ka sa kabilang banda naman yung naghihirap sa pinas mas gusto talaga umalis ng bansa para umasenso.

    Pero i bet yung iba dun babalik pa din ng pinas kapag may naipundar na.

    I guess what I'm saying it's different on everyone of us. Some might see it that living in the Philippines as hopeless but others might see it in a totally different way.

    I dunno what do you think?

  4. #104
    Simulan na lang natin sa iyo, sa akin at sa mga nag babasa. Kasi kung uunahin natin pag usapan ang bansang Pilipinas, hindi na matatapos yan.

    Sabihin na natin para sa iyo or sa akin, walang pag asa ang Pilipinas... gusto mo ba bigyan ng pag asa ang Pilipinas? Why not start planting that seed into your kid's mind para kapag sila na ang lumaki, mas magaling na sila mamili ng taong uupo sa kinauukulan, etc etc... Building a great nation takes time and even a transfer of knowledge from generation to generation. It is up to you if you are willing to pass the wisdom or free your child from such responsibility.

    I would rather focus on how I live my life and share the blessings I have to others and that is by moving back to PH... bow.

  5. #105
    It varies from person to person. But remember, international firms have lauded the growth of the Philippine economy in recent years. Don't you think it's more productive and possibly earn wealth in your part to take advantage of that trend, rather than dispute the figures? Ano ngayon kung tama ka wala namang laman ang tiyan mo?

  6. #106
    Meron. May pag-asa pa ang Pilipinas. Dalawa, actually:







    I believe meron pa. Kung mag-aayos lang sana ang citizens (walang disiplina) at government (corruption).
    Last edited by trigger349; Oct 6, 2012 at 04:43 PM.

  7. #107
    parang ganito yan eh!, tinanong at ininterbyyu ang pinoy.

    US embassy personnel: "Why do you want to work in America?"
    Pinoy applicant: "Sir! its because you have Bob hope and Johny Cash!"
    US embassyt personnel: "So? What about it?" what is the connection to PI?"
    Pinoy applicant: "Sir! here in the Philippines we don't have Hope and don't have Cash!"

    yun ang sabi nila

  8. #108
    hehe. naunahan ako ni trigger349.

  9. #109
    Quote Originally Posted by guantanamero99 View Post
    It only takes one holdup or kidnapping or brush with local "authorities" to make that pipe dream go away. You are more than welcome to learn the HARD way. And I would be more than happy to tell you "I TOLD YOU SO"

    Coming back to the Philippines after you lived a decent life in the US as like moving to Compton after you've lived in Beverly Hills. Not a smart move.
    na experience mo ba yang sinasabi mo?

    Quote Originally Posted by art727 View Post
    parang ganito yan eh!, tinanong at ininterbyyu ang pinoy.

    US embassy personnel: "Why do you want to work in America?"
    Pinoy applicant: "Sir! its because you have Bob hope and Johny Cash!"
    US embassyt personnel: "So? What about it?" what is the connection to PI?"
    Pinoy applicant: "Sir! here in the Philippines we don't have Hope and don't have Cash!"

    yun ang sabi nila
    ang galing

  10. #110
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    meron naman.

    Tanggalin or huwag tanggapin sa mga election ang walang pinag-aralang ka kandidato (showbiz personalities ).

  11. #111
    kung alam mo ang pupuntahan mo at kung saan ka maninirahan, napakagandang tumigil at tumira sa Pinas at para kang naging hari..kasi hindi ka na gagawa at magkakatroon ka na ng sarili mong katulong at mga nurses na magaalaga sa iyo at mga badigard na sasalo ng bala para sa iyong kaligtasan..kaya ang retiremnt pay mo ay sulit na sulit..kumpara kung titira ka sa beverly hills kamo..? saan kang kanto titira duon? sa suwweldo mong tinatanggap?

  12. #112
    July 2012 lang kasi si TS nag join kaya hindi nya alam ang mga dating threads.

  13. #113
    Oo kaso wala na si mang-tani

  14. #114
    I remember a friend's story who used to be an NBI undercover agent tungkol sa mga ginagawa nilang raid sa mga big operators ng pirated cd/dvd. Di lahat ng nakukuha nila sa raid na yun nai-ireport, some were taken by some of his colleagues na pinagkakakitaan. Then another co-worker of mine who's husband is working as one of the agents in PDEA said the same thing. Yung mga nakukuha nila sa raid di rin sinusurrender lahat.

    Kung mga ganitong klase ng tao ang nagtatrabaho sa mga ahensiya ng gobyerno, I DOUBT.

  15. #115
    time and time again, we ask ourselves this question. bakit hindi? election after election merong mga promising candidates tapos pag nasa trono na, another disappointment na naman. you can say na change must come not just from the government but from ourselves, from every individual. however, we need them to lead us. What are the "leaders" there for kung hindi naman sila magiging role models; kung hindi sila ang magpupursige ng pagbabago. lalo pa ngayon na mayrong bagong batas about cybercrime. tinanggalan ng freedom of expression ang mga netizens para ano para hindi mabatikos ang mga nasa pwesto. it's just like martial law again. sa dami dami ng problema and batas na pwedeng ipanukala, ito pang walang kakwenta2 ang pinagbuhusan ng panahon. kaya hindi mo maiiwasang hindi ito talakayin.

  16. #116
    Walang pag-asa. Tamang pagtapon/pag-segregate ng basura na nga lang di pa magawa ng mga Pinoy.

  17. #117
    Quote Originally Posted by trigger349 View Post
    Meron. May pag-asa pa ang Pilipinas. Dalawa, actually:

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...agasa_logo.png

    http://i167.photobucket.com/albums/u...-asaIsland.jpg



    I believe meron pa. Kung mag-aayos lang sana ang citizens (walang disiplina) at government (corruption).
    Ito rin nasa isip ko nung mabasa ko yung thread title eh.

  18. #118
    Quote Originally Posted by dylandarkk View Post
    pano if all your investments are in the Philippines. I mean you are richer in the Philippines than here in the US? like for example here in the US you're living the average US lifestyle just like everyone else, you have a car, a house, and you go to work every weekdays or depends on your schedule. However in the Philippines you have businesses, large house, commercial buildings in your name, 2 or 3 cars, and you dont have to go to work almost everyday, you just need to manage your business.

    So i think for those kind of people living in the Philippines is much better than US.

    pero tama ka sa kabilang banda naman yung naghihirap sa pinas mas gusto talaga umalis ng bansa para umasenso.

    Pero i bet yung iba dun babalik pa din ng pinas kapag may naipundar na.

    I guess what I'm saying it's different on everyone of us. Some might see it that living in the Philippines as hopeless but others might see it in a totally different way.

    I dunno what do you think?
    Your numbers don't reflect the reality. Just looking at PURCHASING POWER based on the BIG MAC INDEX http://www.economist.com/blogs/freee...g-power-parity the Philippines SUCKS! Life is harder. Even if you earn dollars, from an ROI perspective, you are getting LESS for the same amount of money if spent in the US.

    Also, crime and corruption will ENSURE you lose all the money you have. Don't even think about GETTING SICK in the Philippines. It will wipe you out. Insurance is a joke and most intelligent educated people won't trust many (not all) Filipino doctors with the steam rising out of freshly-laid dog sh!t much less their health. Ever wonder why the truly rich and many not-so-rich get medical treatment out of the country? There are many good Pinoy doctors, don't get me wrong, but if you are unlucky enough to get "treated" by an incompetent one, the malpractice deterrence in the Philippines doesn't create much of a disincentive.

    The bottomline: Philippines = HELL for most Filipinos.

  19. #119
    Maraming pag-asa oo, puro pag-asa lang at GV GV, pero wala na talaga aasahan.
    Tuwing uuwi ako dyan, imbes na improvement, puro becoming worse lang nakikita ko. Services, infrastructure, ugali ng mamamayan, basura, pollution.

    Samantalang compared sa Bangkok for example, mas naging maaliwalas ang paligid, malinis, mahusay ang transport system, wala ako napansin na pagsabog ng population sa city from 5 yrs ago.

    Ang pinas parang ispageting pababa ng pababa lang, samantalang mga ibang bansa pataas ng pataas.

  20. #120
    Oo puro pag-asa ang Pilipinas. Kaso wala namang ginagawa ang karamihan ng mga tao para matupad yung pangarap nila para sa pilipinas.

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