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    #91
    dito sa pilipinas ang mga mahihirap lalong naghihirap tapos ang mayaman naman lalo yumayaman...kahit na madami parin nakaka-afford ng mga mahal na sasakyan, mas marami ang mga walang bahay na nakatira lang sa kalye...siguro hindi lang napapansin...tama sa ILD, hindi aasenso pinas dahil sa corrupt na govt...

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    #92
    lagi natin sinisisi ang government, ang problema yun attitude nun mga mahirap... akala nila ang buhay parang pelikula...

    in the first place sila naman naglagay nun mga yan sa pwesto eh... hilig nila ibenta boto nila tapos magsisisi sila...

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    #93
    cycle na yan eh. nde mo na maiiba thinking ng mga ganyan. sad but true. frustrating even.

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    #94
    Quote Originally Posted by van_wilder
    lagi natin sinisisi ang government, ang problema yun attitude nun mga mahirap... akala nila ang buhay parang pelikula...
    blame everyone else except yourself... that maybe the motto of many of our kababayans...

    for example... kapag nag rerecruit ako for my sideline... maraming nag tuturn down... kesyo di daw nila kaya... wala daw silang time... etc...

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    #95
    diba nga kaya sabi nila...

    "kung gusto mo, madaming paraan... kung ayaw mo, madaming dahilan!"

  6. #96
    Quote Originally Posted by mazdamazda
    for example... kapag nag rerecruit ako for my sideline... maraming nag tuturn down... kesyo di daw nila kaya... wala daw silang time... etc...
    Uy anong sideline yan?

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    #97
    Quote Originally Posted by mazdamazda
    blame everyone else except yourself... that maybe the motto of many of our kababayans...

    for example... kapag nag rerecruit ako for my sideline... maraming nag tuturn down... kesyo di daw nila kaya... wala daw silang time... etc...
    huli mo! dagdagan mo pa... the law excuses no one except me...

    kahit sino pa ilagay na presidente kung ganyan ang pag-uutak eh mahirap pa rin ang mahirap... pero mahirap sisihin sila kasi hindi rin sila nakapag-aral, at kung sisihin natin sila, wala rin tayong pinagkaiba sa kanila... naninisi ng iba sa sariling kahirapan...

    ot: ano yun sideline mo? hehehehehe...

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    #98
    on the brighter side, the notion of being poor makes half of us become more motivated/driven/competitive. when the exchange rate was rate $1 = P26, ang sabi-sabi noon, doom na P'nas. then nag $1 = P46, nag-survive pa din tayo, that's the time when the first nokia phones hit our market, konti pa lang may cellphone noon. ngayon lapit na maging P60 = $1. if you ask me, kaya pa din, bec. we have no other choice but to survive.

  9. #99
    but how far can we bend without breaking?

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    #100
    that sir Iluvdetailing, I dont know ... as I said half of us pinoys do tackle the poverty problem in a more positive attitude. some drown themselves with either liquor or emotions while singing or listening to "bayan ko" (or other pro-poor OPM hits). but only if they will pause a minute and filter & absorb the message of that song objectively, then that would at least be a start ...

    take note a start. starting something does not ensure success. sadly, many of us pinoys break on our first failure and never try again. but there are other who break and then try again. just look at how we have achieved today despite all these hardships. average cars that roam the streets today are SUV's/AUV's, sedans became a minority in the streets. almost half of our population now owns a cellphone, 19M for smart, 15M for globe, 1.5M for Sun, that's 35.5M owners from a country of 80M.

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