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Aerosick

I met Bud about 20 years ago when he lived in Cebu. Back then he was still "going 90 miles an hour down a dead-end street".

He has aged gracefully and slowed down his life!

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cebubird

I like Bud and like his videos.

LOL-watching/listening to that latest one and the cacophony of roosters and dogs, does NOT make me yearn to return to live there. 

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Paul

I like him and have been friends with him for quite a number of years.

He speaks 5 languages - fluently. He knew Spanish before he could speak English. Fluent in Spanish, English, Vietnamese, Tagalog, and Cebuano. He was a translator during his years of military service.

 

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Monsoon

The Philippine trifecta: dogs barking, roosters crowing and someone unnecessarily burning something. 

The dog shitting in the background is a bonus! 

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Jim Sibbick

When I met Bud, I was the one making the videos. Now he makes better videos than i ever did!

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Travis

Interesting

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A_Simple_Man
9 hours ago, Paul said:

I like him and have been friends with him for quite a number of years.

He speaks well of you too, but then he seems to like me so his judgement may be impaired :lmao:

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soupeod
On 9/21/2017 at 8:48 AM, Paul said:

I like him and have been friends with him for quite a number of years.

He speaks 5 languages - fluently. He knew Spanish before he could speak English. Fluent in Spanish, English, Vietnamese, Tagalog, and Cebuano. He was a translator during his years of military service.

 

He mentioned your help in one of his videos and the Linc forums

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Paul
6 minutes ago, soupeod said:

He mentioned your help in one of his videos and the Linc forums

Thanks for that. I don't get to view many of his videos, unfortunately. If you happen to see it again, please forward it on to me. 

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soupeod
1 hour ago, Paul said:

Thanks for that. I don't get to view many of his videos, unfortunately. If you happen to see it again, please forward it on to me. 

Will do brother.

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Irenicus

That is barangay Tinago, just south of Rizal Blvd. A squatter area that you definitely don't wanna be wandering around at night in.  It's basically a labyrinth of snaking little alleys. Another great place to get in trouble in is Tocino country, another squatter area just north of Rizal.  Phil Prins, the American photographer/Foundation University teacher that was murdered outside of the old Zanzibar club was doing a documentary on Tinago.  He obviously wasn't able to complete it.

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captainpete

go bud

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