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  2. Kahuna

    Cats

  3. Surely one of our Linc Indian members has been through this process before ?
  4. James Bond

    Ferry to Baybay?

    The Roble fast ferry did run. I hired Alphabet Ormoc rent a car to get from Baybay to MayLaka on Biliran. They wanted 3500 for a city car, which sounded too small, so I opted for 4000 for a Suzuki Ertiga. They were so-so: inaccessible seatbelts and the driver didn't come inside my hotel to get my bag. 4K pesos seems expensive, and maybe I should have asked around the van terminal in Baybay to see if we could hire something cheaper. There were lots of vans there that said a route on their side, but none said Biliran or Naval, near where we were headed. They offered 3.5K to get me to Tacloban after the weekend, from where I'll head to Manila and home, but I'll try one of the better reviewed/recommended on the forums Tacloban-based car services.
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  6. Humboldt

    Illegal Drugs

    That Describes about 50% of the Taxi Drivers in Cebu City
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  8. Mitch Rapp

    Golfers out there

    Good video, thanks
  9. cookie47

    Luna Lee ROCKS

    Don't know how all those YouTube references appeared. I just "intended" to quote from KID and all those videos appeared. Any never mind.. Sent from my Redmi Note 3 using Tapatalk
  10. cookie47

    Luna Lee ROCKS

    Been a fan for quite some time now I like the "Ventures" Wipeout... (including the original)... Sent from my Redmi Note 3 using Tapatalk
  11. Jawny

    Advice on leaving condo to a friend?

    This is done by several families we know. They buy a condo in Cebu and a relative lives in the place. The only issues are with the relative. If they decide to trash the place, or rent it by the hour, then they have that freedom. If your friend is trustworthy, should not be an issue.
  12. BTW, the banking system is overseen by a federal agency (BSP) that sets rules and various guidelines that the banks follow....while some banks interpret the same rules. For example a clerk opening your new account may tell you there are many hoops to jump through. If you speak with a bank manager, the hoops may disappear as they want your business. The clerk wants to keep their job. It is quite likely you’ll be expected to provide informations such as SSA tax number, source of income etc. The banks are required by the BSP to collect this as part of anti-money laundering rules. incedentally,, banks will accept overseas checks from your USA checking account, or third party such as from an insurance company etc. There is a time delay while the check clears as well as a fee. However, this is one way to plus up an account balance. Keep in mind the need to report if accounts exceeed $10000 only require the balance to be in excess for one moment.
  13. battleborn

    Illegal Drugs

    I like the talkative, sweaty, nervousness. Sums it up for me.
  14. Until the Phils fixes its justice system it will never develop. This is just one of many atrocities over recent times that have never seen justice.
  15. I don't know how big your retirement checks will be but keep in mind deposit insurance here is limited to 500,000php http://www.pdic.gov.ph/index.php?nid1=6 Set up an account with BPI or similar and get a local currency credit card that you can top up online/using your phone Try not to use your us a/c's or cc's - leave your information and source of money in the US
  16. oztony

    Illegal Drugs

  17. JohnSurrey

    Golfers out there

    Good information here: https://www.wikihow.com/Re‐Grip-Golf-Clubs If you like the grips with the line down the middle maybe an idea to mark it on the shaft so you can line it up easy after you slide the new grip on.
  18. oztony

    Illegal Drugs

    Cease fire please gentlemen..... Being in a Barangay as we all know secrets and everyday happenings are common knowledge to everyone so of course you know who is using shabu , about a year or so ago one of my wifes cousins who I have known for 15 years heard I was in town so came over to our place smashed out of his brain at 9 am ...I just ambled up to the gate and said kumusta na amigo ...good to see you but you can't be here ...when you are drug free come back and have a beer with me (he was sweating profusely at 9 am).. Any way we left for Aus. a couple weeks later ...and then get a phone call ..that the same guy came into the yard when the family were drinking in the resthouse ...made an ass of himself while high on shabu and got clipped by my wifes brother ...sat on the ground squealing about it , so they got the Tanod (neighbor who is the local community sherrif) to come and drag his ass out of the yard ....
  19. JohnSurrey

    UFC no longer on Cignal Hyper Channel?

    We're using Fox+ (similar to espn+ but not geo restricted here in ph) - 250 php/month or free if you have a cignal postpaid plan 300php/month or more.
  20. to_dave007

    Illegal Drugs

    Since you have all the answers.. and the attitude that goes with being such a beacon of intelligence.. let me ask how you would recognize shabu use within the first couple of months of use.. long before the above symptoms would be so visible. I am assuming that OzTony does not wish to wait till the symptoms are so drastic before barring entrance to his property. And I am not your bro.
  21. On January 22, 1987, government troops shot down 13 protesting farmers — an event remembered as the Mendiola Massacre or Black Thursday. To this day, annual commemorations are held in Manila to mark the event, and the families and survivors of the tragedy are yet to receive and justice or redress. A peasant group called the Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas (Peasants’ Movement of the Philippines) was marching on the Malacañang demanding land reform when the massacre unfolded on Mendiola bridge, Manila. In the opening days of 1987, the administration of Cory Aquino had been in power for less than a year after the toppling of Ferdinand Marcos. Mendiola Massacre unfolds On January 15, 1987, members of the farmers group, led by Jaime Tadeo, had occupied the Ministry of Agrarian Reform in Diliman, Quezon City. On January 20, the farmers were assured that their concerns, particularly relating to free land distribution, would be raised at the following day’s cabinet meeting at the Malacañang. However, the day passed without any sign of progress, so on January 22 the farmers decided to march to the Malacañang to air their demands directly rather than continue negotiating with agrarian reform minister Heherson Alvarez. After setting off from the Quezon Memorial Circle, Tadeo’s group was joined by members of other militant organisations, including Kilusang Mayo Uno (May One Movement), Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (New Patriotic Alliance), League of Filipino Students and Kongreso ng Pagkakaisa ng Maralitang Lungsod (Unity Congress of the Urban Poor). At about lunchtime, the marchers reached Liwasang Bonifacio and paused to hold a brief rally. Meanwhile, anti-riot personnel were massing around the Malacañang, complete with water cannons, fire trucks and “Mobile Dispersal Teams” equipped with tear gas. The marchers numbered 10,000–15,000 by the time they reached Recto Avenue. Upon arrival, they clashed with the police and other security personnel, and breached their lines. Gunshots rang out Suddenly, gunshots rang out and the marchers fled for their lives. In the ensuing chaos, 13 were killed, and dozens injured. The Citizens Mendiola Commission, set up after the incident, recommended the filing of criminal charges against those responsible. A class suit filed by the families of victims against government officials was dismissed in 1988 by the Manila Regional Trial Court. The Supreme Court upheld this decision in 1993 saying that the government had immunity from suit. As of today, nobody has ever been arrested or convicted for the killings, while families and survivors continue to fight for justice. http://philippineslifestyle.com/1987-mendiola-massacre-black-thursday/?fbclid=IwAR23D9_qEICJxmLL0qCslj1NSmZnfoTr2M_-ZNAkXFOgKsK2-hKy0cxxSUY I know this is a little late for the Jan 22 anniversary of the event but I thought it to be an interesting read. Could someone please insert the video for me, thanks.
  22. EOMFD464

    Advice on leaving condo to a friend?

    Bro... get someone to manage it for you. You are going to my hometown If you want me too, PM me.
  23. I am Indian and my company is taking care of downgrade process. All I want to know how many days it takes usually. Minimum possible days for downgrading so I can catch the flight.
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      The Roble fast ferry did run. I hired Alphabet Ormoc rent a car to get from Baybay to MayLaka on Biliran. They wanted 3500 for a city car, which sounded too small, so I opted for 4000 for a Suzuki Ertiga. They were so-so: inaccessible seatbelts and the driver didn't come inside my hotel to get my bag. 4K pesos seems expensive, and maybe I should have asked around the van terminal in Baybay to see if we could hire something cheaper. There were lots of vans there that said a route on their side, but none said Biliran or Naval, near where we were headed. They offered 3.5K to get me to Tacloban after the weekend, from where I'll head to Manila and home, but I'll try one of the better reviewed/recommended on the forums Tacloban-based car services.
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      That Describes about 50% of the Taxi Drivers in Cebu City
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      Hi buddy. Long time no speak. I still have the contact details of a lass we nicknamed "Superwoman". Her place is on Via Rama. Go down V.Rama towards South Road and shortly before the junction of these two roads you will see a Shell gas station on your right. Immediately opposite is a side street with an emission test place on the corner. This is her place. Name of Mellie. Very efficient and will do everything for you. Registered many big bikes and cars with her. Still use her even though I live in Valencia now. Her number is 09235863888. Cheers - Barry
       
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