bagiw.boi wrote: »
eagle pala yun...
kala ko teksas. to represent the pinas cockfighting economy...
Bahay_Kubo wrote: »
a lot of Filipinos are not aware of this but the so-called "security features" that Philippine currency have are actually substandard by international standards. only a handful of people in this country are aware of that, although sa labas ng Pilipinas ay alam na alam na ang Philippine peso ang isa sa pinakamadaling i-counterfeit. "tinipid" yung sinasabi ng BSP na "security features" ng pera nila dahil "ayaw nilang gumastos." it's as simple as that.
well anyway, that's well beyond my point. hindi dapat palitan ang sira by changing the bills' design and the BSP's logo. ang dapat nilang gastusan ay yung "tinipid" nila na "security features" (because, seriously, they aren't) ng mga pera natin. palibhasa kinukurakot lang ang pera dito sa atin kaya ayos lang sa kanila na palitan yung design ng pera, palitan yung logo ng BSP at tipirin yung "security features" ng bills and coins natin.
PExky wrote: »
Sounds like you are quite knowledgeable on these "security features." Kindly share your knowledge here if you may.
Hearsay mo lang na naman na-base yang post mo?
gaLj wrote: »
I'm not surprised :rotflmao:
Sabi nga ng former DOT official " plagiarism is a part of the creative process "
manlajay wrote: »
From Philippine star
President Aquino holds up newly printed bank notes of different denominations bearing his signature during a presentation at Malaca?ang yesterday.WILLY PEREZ