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    #1091
    Quote Originally Posted by minicarph View Post
    ang isang napansin ko mabaho ang pawis pag malakas sa rice. atsaka, yun mga ka-officemate na parati naka extra rice o lagi rice meal (rice meal inoorder kahit nasa pizza / pasta / ramen resto) , pansin ko yun mga loud and unruly. parang may entitlement too.

    di kaya yan ang Difference natin sa mga Kano, the Americans have a plenty of carbs too in their diet, be it corn or mashed potato, pero magalang sila batas, hindi nakikipag unahan sa pila etc.

    maybe it's a high time, we evaluate how rice is affecting our nation. maybe eto mga challenges na ito, rice shortage, inflating rice prices, maybe it's for a good thing.

    even the Japs have rice in their diets, but they have noodles too and soups, and fresh food. Pero ma-respeto sila sa batas.

    sa FB ko lang, lahat ng nag-post ng reklamador kay duterte, if I can recall them during dinners, sila yun mga matatakaw sa rice, buffet.

    yun sili okey lang eh, matagal na ako iwas sa mga tiga-Bicol kong friends. I dont want to sound racist, pero napansin nyo ba na iba talaga ang ugali ng mga tiga-Bicol. its like everything is pattaasin ng ihi kanila, nasa loob ang kulo pero kung bumanat patalikod. ive always thought because mahilig sila sa manghang
    Well you got a point...rice considred just empty calories...halos no nutritional value except for fast energy aka starchy carbs basically, buti pa si potatoes and kamote, high ang nutrition profile..flip side is, its cheap energy, easy to prepare and takes/mimics the taste of the food you eat it with...fillers nga....

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    #1092
    pareng eto kuya big, ito ba ibig sabihin ng utak lugaw. kay gadget addict yan eh, it shows before the video 2-3 mmdas are waiting for somebody to stop sa pedestrian lane. imagine andun na yun mga neforcers, dun pa din huminto, and worse wala na linsensya wala din registration. I figure if medyo illegal ang stand mo sa kalsada, medyo iwas ka sa enforcer.

    so are we going to feed our people with the same rice that is dumbing down our population. maybe we should really think about the nutrition of our countrymen



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    #1093
    Quote Originally Posted by minicarph View Post
    pareng eto kuya big, ito ba ibig sabihin ng utak lugaw. kay gadget addict yan eh, it shows before the video 2-3 mmdas are waiting for somebody to stop sa pedestrian lane. imagine andun na yun mga neforcers, dun pa din huminto, and worse wala na linsensya wala din registration. I figure if medyo illegal ang stand mo sa kalsada, medyo iwas ka sa enforcer.

    so are we going to feed our people with the same rice that is dumbing down our population. maybe we should really think about the nutrition of our countrymen


    I dont know if its the food...i think its our public education is at fault..the powers that be wants our voters to be dumb..rizal and company ate rice..btw he also fasted.....a lot

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    #1094
    aside from NFA, DTI magpaparating na din ng bigas

    gov't in panic mode

    hunger can topple governments

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    #1095
    "so are we going to feed our people with the same rice that is dumbing down our population. maybe we should really think about the nutrition of our countrymen"



    sir, Half of World's population or 3.5 billion people po naka depende po sa rice

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    #1096
    ^^

    don't take him seriously

    he's known for his far out theories

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    #1097
    US dollar now at 54.12 = 1. Is there any chance it will go down in a few days?

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    #1099
    like i keep saying it's the widening current account deficit


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    Franklin, Neuberger See More Pain for Weak Philippine Peso

    he Philippine peso could be in for greater pain despite the Southeast Asian country’s strong economic growth, with major money managers bearish on the currency.

    Franklin Templeton Investments sees the peso falling past 55 per dollar – a drop of more than 2 percent – and is tactically shorting it. Neuberger Berman reckons that steps taken by nation’s central bank don’t go far enough yet to stem a slide in Asia’s third-worst performing currency.

    The peso, which reached its weakest since 2005 on Friday, is getting pummeled by rising oil prices, faster inflation, fiscal and current-account deficits and the broader investor turn against emerging markets. Unlike Indonesia – a neighbor that’s also been hard-hit – the Philippines hasn’t taken enough aggressive steps to shore up its currency, says Andrew Canobi, Melbourne-based director of fixed income for Australia at Franklin Templeton.

    “The Philippines twin deficits worry us particularly in this environment, where rates in the U.S. seem to be pushing higher, and there seems to be a real contest to attract capital flows,” Canobi said. If or when the peso hits 55, “we’d want to see what impact that would have on inflation and how the central bank’s likely to respond.”

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