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    #441
    Thai Made Owner : Sorry pare, kuha ko kalahati lang nung presyo nung sayo eh. Second hand lang kasi ... :doh:

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    #442
    Quote Originally Posted by ChunkyLover View Post

    kaya mga single dyan... gumawa na kayo ng baby! liligaya kayo
    Go on and multiply Lolz... Make money, not babies.

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    #443
    i notice that here in Manila. in the provinces, so long as your car takes you to where you wanna go, then the car is good. i have classmates whose cars are of box type and go to court-pero sobrang liquid. yung isa ko friend, ride niya pagong, nag aapoy sa kalsada at nasunog pero, di mo siya ma discriminate kasi dami niyang pera. meron din naglalakad lang from her office to her house, dami din pera. yung me ari ng bus company samin, anak na doctor nagda drive ng jeepy at guitar ang tee shirt-considering na halos lahat ng pangangailangan ng province namin mabibili mo sa kanila.


    dito sa Manila nagma matter talaga, kaya yung nagsu succumb sa pressure, di bale ng tumalbog ang checks, makautang lang ng bagong over a million peso-car.

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    #444
    Paano niyo nalalaman na liquid isang Tao? Pinapakita sa inyo passbook nila?

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    #445
    Quote Originally Posted by shadow View Post
    Paano niyo nalalaman na liquid isang Tao? Pinapakita sa inyo passbook nila?
    Top notch question.

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    #446
    Quote Originally Posted by Starex_Gold View Post
    BTT: Actually I noticed minsan kahit hindi old cars eh.

    Kahit brand lang minsan nilalait eh.

    Last week, yung kasama ko sa TPH nabangga ng Honda CR-V. Medyo malakas yung pagkaka-bangga sa kanya kasi walang preno-preno yung driver ng CR-V. Ang dahilan nung driver nung CR-V "Malayo daw iniisip niya kaya hindi napansin na nag-u-turn yung friend ko. So yung friend ko gusto niya palitan sana lahat ng damaged parts kasi yupi talaga yung rear bumper at daming scratches ng mags. Naiba pa yung alignment ng rear wheel sa lakas ng impact.

    Itong isang lalaki na naka-midsize Thailand made SUV naki-usisa at parang pinalalabas niya na bakit daw ang arte nung friend ko e "Magkano lang naman daw yung "Hyundai Tucson" (Hindi siguro napansin or hindi alam na Premium package din yung sa friend ko)

    Friend ko: "Pare, alam mo bang mas mahal pa 'to diyan sa F&*$^!*# mo"

    Thailand made midsize SUV owner: "Magkano ba kuha mo diyan?"

    Friend ko: "1.7M, yung sa'yo magkano?"

    Thailand made midsize SUV owner: Nag-walk out....

    Iyan ang matindi,- nag-kumpara pa ng presyo....

    14.4K:out:

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    #447
    Quote Originally Posted by Starex_Gold View Post
    BTT: Actually I noticed minsan kahit hindi old cars eh.

    Kahit brand lang minsan nilalait eh.

    Last week, yung kasama ko sa TPH nabangga ng Honda CR-V. Medyo malakas yung pagkaka-bangga sa kanya kasi walang preno-preno yung driver ng CR-V. Ang dahilan nung driver nung CR-V "Malayo daw iniisip niya kaya hindi napansin na nag-u-turn yung friend ko. So yung friend ko gusto niya palitan sana lahat ng damaged parts kasi yupi talaga yung rear bumper at daming scratches ng mags. Naiba pa yung alignment ng rear wheel sa lakas ng impact.

    Itong isang lalaki na naka-midsize Thailand made SUV naki-usisa at parang pinalalabas niya na bakit daw ang arte nung friend ko e "Magkano lang naman daw yung "Hyundai Tucson" (Hindi siguro napansin or hindi alam na Premium package din yung sa friend ko)

    Friend ko: "Pare, alam mo bang mas mahal pa 'to diyan sa F&*$^!*# mo"

    Thailand made midsize SUV owner: "Magkano ba kuha mo diyan?"

    Friend ko: "1.7M, yung sa'yo magkano?"

    Thailand made midsize SUV owner: Nag-walk out....
    Yan and discrimination.

    "Thailand made SUV"... nice. :D

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    #448
    "Thailand made SUV" <-- this is discrimation too :D .. hehehe

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    #449
    Quote Originally Posted by shadow View Post
    Paano niyo nalalaman na liquid isang Tao? Pinapakita sa inyo passbook nila?
    pag na-kidnap makaka-produce agad ng cash pambayad ransom

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    #450
    Quote Originally Posted by shadow View Post
    Paano niyo nalalaman na liquid isang Tao? Pinapakita sa inyo passbook nila?
    Classic example: GMA easily coughing up P 2.00M in cash for the bond mandated by the SC so she could fly to out ASAP. Your neighborhood corrupt politico will probably be one of the most liquid people around since they need money to spend here and there, and they cannot put it all in legitimate deposits lest they be hit with AMLA.

    When there is need for a substantial amount, its available there and then. A lot of people would probably have their money tied up in various time deposits or investments to maximize earnings so they usually need some time to make considerable amounts available (kahit SDA lang, every 14 and 30 days maturity).

    Quote Originally Posted by ab_initio View Post
    i notice that here in Manila. in the provinces, so long as your car takes you to where you wanna go, then the car is good. i have classmates whose cars are of box type and go to court-pero sobrang liquid. yung isa ko friend, ride niya pagong, nag aapoy sa kalsada at nasunog pero, di mo siya ma discriminate kasi dami niyang pera. meron din naglalakad lang from her office to her house, dami din pera. yung me ari ng bus company samin, anak na doctor nagda drive ng jeepy at guitar ang tee shirt-considering na halos lahat ng pangangailangan ng province namin mabibili mo sa kanila.


    dito sa Manila nagma matter talaga, kaya yung nagsu succumb sa pressure, di bale ng tumalbog ang checks, makautang lang ng bagong over a million peso-car.
    My in-laws live in the province and never bothered to buy a car until my bro-in-law took his Medicine studies in Manila. They would just commute around which is quite easy or rent a car if needed. However, with the rapid urbanization taking place, the money coming in from OFWs, and new businesses in a lot of the provinces, volume of new car ownership is really picking up fast.

Do people discriminate against old cars?