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Title: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 13, 2015, 10:33:23 am
My Life as an American! Many thanks to God, to my family, my second families, dear friends for all their support and especially to The United States of America. I am now an American Citizen today.

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Title: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 13, 2015, 12:58:11 pm
You're Uncle Sam's bankrupt! :P ;D
Title: Re: Simply Fil-Am
Post by: OMG on February 13, 2015, 01:24:58 pm
really had some selfie moments with other American Citizens

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Title: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: erika on February 14, 2015, 03:54:49 am
Thank God, you're now an American Citizen Uncle Mikey :)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 14, 2015, 05:23:41 am
Thank God, you're now an American Citizen Uncle Mikey :)
Thanks Erika, it was indeed a great moment and so blessed that day, everything went smoothly as planned. Kevin and his dad were very supportive, after the ceremony, we ate at a Thai Food Restaurant and celebrated. They were so happy for me.

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Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 14, 2015, 05:26:18 am
while waiting for Kevin pick me up, i had time for more selfies

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Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: sweets on February 14, 2015, 11:30:44 am

My Life as an American! Many thanks to God, to my family, my second families, dear friends for all their support and especially to The United States of America. I am now an American Citizen today.

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Congrats Omg!
I'm soooo proud of you.


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Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 14, 2015, 12:27:38 pm
How long as a gc holder before finally securing your citizenship? Remember has always been like that -- takes ages.

When I came to Australia on pr in '80, took me only 3 yrs to become an Aussie. Later, was reduced to 2. Now, like US, also takes ages.
Wasn't planning to become one. Live here 5 yrs max, then, return home for good.
The murder of Sen. Aquino changed everything. The Philippines was in turmoil. Peso value nosedived. On the brink of civil war. Expected to fall into communism anytime soon. TNT/FM surged. Not advisable to go home.

Now, want to go home for good ... retire and marry a 16-yr-old lovely Pinay whose brain is a gold mine. In the spring of her life ... her whole life in front of her ... help her lead a better life.
Teach her which ropes to pull ... then, skipper yacht ... eventually, own yacht when gone.

Again, not advisable. Too many haters ... inggiteros ... lazy parasites ... ungrateful bigots ... crab mentality ... colonial mentality ... etc ... etc ...

No wonder that country is still a gutter and will stay that way forever. :-[

Yes, indeed! Fate is inexorable. :(
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 14, 2015, 06:18:00 pm
Congrats Omg!
I'm soooo proud of you.


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thank you sistah, thanking the monks today for the blessings

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Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: tricia_nikki on February 15, 2015, 07:36:01 am
Congrats, uncle mikey! You deserve it!
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: erika on February 15, 2015, 08:18:46 am
Thanks Erika, it was indeed a great moment and so blessed that day, everything went smoothly as planned. Kevin and his dad were very supportive, after the ceremony, we ate at a Thai Food Restaurant and celebrated. They were so happy for me.

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we're so happy for you uncle mikey :)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: pham on February 15, 2015, 08:53:01 am
Congrats Mikey...I'm so happy for you
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 15, 2015, 09:59:11 am
A young Asian girl became Australian citizen last Australia Day, Jan 26th. After congratulating her, said, "What's the difference? My salary is still the same". :D ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: ericgatal on February 15, 2015, 04:03:55 pm
My Life as an American! Many thanks to God, to my family, my second families, dear friends for all their support and especially to The United States of America. I am now an American Citizen today.

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wow! am so proud of you bro.its a dream come true.God bless you always.
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 15, 2015, 04:48:29 pm
Yes, tart. Now that skipper's a US citizen, he should be getting massive increase in $s. You know what to do, do you? :) ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 16, 2015, 10:51:13 am
Yes, tart. Now that skipper's a US citizen, he should be getting massive increase in $s. You know what to do, don't you? :) ;)
Paging tart!!!!! What have you done so far to change the circumstances you're in? ??? ;D ;D ;D
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 16, 2015, 11:41:25 pm
Congrats, uncle mikey! You deserve it!
thanks, sarrrappp ng feeling
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: ryanjoe on February 17, 2015, 03:30:30 am
My Life as an American! Many thanks to God, to my family, my second families, dear friends for all their support and especially to The United States of America. I am now an American Citizen today.

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wow! we are happy for you bro. at maraming salamat for your continuous support to us in every way .. 
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 17, 2015, 03:49:42 am
wow! we are happy for you bro. at maraming salamat for your continuous support to us in every way .. 
mag invest ka bro ng $400 para eh file ko na petition mo, who knows ang 20 years nandito ka na sa America
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: ryanjoe on February 17, 2015, 04:03:26 am
how i wish bro pero pag nagkaroon ..
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 17, 2015, 06:25:18 am
how i wish bro pero pag nagkaroon ..
Don't believe him. Due to terrorism, US is one of the 5 most difficult to migrate. No point, anyway. Americans are leaving US in record numbers. Hehe :) ;)

Australia has job opportunities but in regional areas, eg., mining industry. After what happened to me, wouldn't recommend migrating. Work long enough to amass a small fortune, then, start business in the Philippines. Actually, the Philippines has shortage of engineers. Dunno what else. Pay is relatively less but if you have a thriving business also, can live a reasonably rich life.

Trending for foreigners to go to Philippines as expats. Marry Pinays. But there's a growing concern with tackling parasite in-laws.
Aside from colonial mentality, another reason Pinay prefer puti bcoz puti are naïve to Filipino culture. Mas sayon sla hukhukan. ;D ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 17, 2015, 07:31:11 am
how i wish bro pero pag nagkaroon ..
ang share sa imong yuta ba, kaltasi gamay
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 18, 2015, 12:43:59 pm
how i wish bro pero pag nagkaroon ..

Talagang meron! You know what I mean.

The question is,
Are you willing to pay the price to mold the circumstances to fit your choice of fate? :) ;)

Kung hei fat choi! ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 18, 2015, 02:52:27 pm
yeah, the willingness of them to risk is a big issue
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 18, 2015, 03:21:53 pm
yeah, the willingness of them to risk is a big issue
Been there done that. Risk defines life. :) ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 18, 2015, 04:05:09 pm
Been there done that. Risk defines life. :) ;)
"And may I say,
Not in a shy way,
Oh no, oh no, not me,
I didn't my way."
(from Frank Sinatra's "My Way")
 :) ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 18, 2015, 06:17:52 pm
This is the moment, my fondest day, this day i reckon and i ended up the best among the rest
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 19, 2015, 12:55:26 am
This is the moment, my fondest day, this day i reckon and i ended up the best among the rest

Looking back through all those years, must admit nagpayabang ako. Being super generous with my periodic remittances was a show off -- my way of telling them that I topped them all.

Ang nangyari, nawalan sla ng gana mag-abroad. Hehe :) ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 19, 2015, 03:33:26 am
must realize that expect nothing when giving. so, my thanksgiving day was on Valentine's Day to thank God
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 19, 2015, 04:32:25 am
must realize that expect nothing when giving. so, my thanksgiving day was on Valentine's Day to thank God
Mark my words, skipper, should RJ land on a mining job here, mamuti na lang ang iyang bol2x, he'll still be at it.
Having so much money, gonna have a spendthrift lifestyle.
Towards the end of a contract, he'll promise to himself, "Should my contract be renewed, I'll have a 2-month break and cruise Europe on board the Queen Mary with Kim Kardashian as my travel companion". Hehe ;) Not to mention that during week-off, spend the time in Bali having top-of-the-range Balinese girls to entertain him.

Difference between then and now is the FIFO. Mine workers won't be spending a very long time in the mines.

Ay,nako! Ang sarap ng buhay. :) ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 19, 2015, 06:10:49 am
sana nga ganun sila ka aggressive na mag try, hanggang Manila na lang eh but don't worry Juan, nag build up sya sa iyahang paperworks na maka abroad like sa America
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 19, 2015, 11:04:25 am
sana nga ganun sila ka aggressive na mag try, hanggang Manila na lang eh but don't worry Juan, nag build up sya sa iyahang paperworks na maka abroad like sa America
Best of luck in all his endeavors!
 :) ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 19, 2015, 11:24:02 am
living the dream as of the moment, next thing to do is to petition my mother first
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 19, 2015, 11:52:03 am
living the dream as of the moment, next thing to do is to petition my mother first
"Stride into the dawn,
Where dreams lie waiting,
They need you to dream them into reality."
(from matt monro's "Walk Into The Dawn")
 :) ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 19, 2015, 01:36:56 pm
very confusing:
Mom was born in Batuan, Bohol and that shows in her passport
My birth certificate says differently coz it says she was born ni Bilar, Bohol.

Please resolve this ASAP
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 19, 2015, 05:41:31 pm
very confusing:
Mom was born in Batuan, Bohol and that shows in her passport
My birth certificate says differently coz it says she was born ni Bilar, Bohol.

Please resolve this ASAP

Money talks. ;D

When I applied for taking the board exam in '72, had problem with my birth certificate 'coz name is "Baby". A very common practice in the Philippines when parents have not yet decided on the real name.
Normally, an affidavit is all that's required to fix. But bcoz my surname is Chinese and Chinese = money, they insisted on a court order and stamped my application as "CONDITIONALLY APPROVED".

Similar with your case. US = $. Aren't you glad you're now a US citizen? ;D ;D ;D
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 19, 2015, 07:07:13 pm
Money talks. ;D

When I applied for taking the board exam in '72, had problem with my birth certificate 'coz name is "Baby". A very common practice in the Philippines when parents have not yet decided on the real name.
Normally, an affidavit is all that's required to fix. But bcoz my surname is Chinese and Chinese = money, they insisted on a court order and stamped my application as "CONDITIONALLY APPROVED".

Similar with your case. US = $. Aren't you glad you're now a US citizen? ;D ;D ;D


More on this …..

Exam was held in August. The hearing never took place. September 22, 1972, President Marcos declared martial law. Every public servant was ordered to tender his/her resignation. Court system was revamped. Naloko na! ::)

Results were publish in March, following year. My name appeared! ??? :-\ My guess is that the Civil Service Commission (now, Professional Regulatory Commission) people were concerned might lose their job. :D

Yeah, strange  are the works of fate! Hehehe :) ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 19, 2015, 07:40:08 pm
yeah, a lawyer will help that this person is the same
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 19, 2015, 08:30:18 pm
yeah, a lawyer will help that this person is the same
Keep fingers crossed that's all there is to it. :) ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: malou on February 19, 2015, 08:35:26 pm
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Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 20, 2015, 04:15:49 am
si Kevin pa gyud kasama ko Malou mao mas yummy sya
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: ryanjoe on February 20, 2015, 05:50:57 pm
ang share sa imong yuta ba, kaltasi gamay

i mean, pag naging successful ung signing of the Land Title sa buyer ..
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: ryanjoe on February 20, 2015, 05:51:25 pm
si Kevin pa gyud kasama ko Malou mao mas yummy sya

blurp.
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 20, 2015, 06:06:47 pm
kani lang nandito na loves ko
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 20, 2015, 06:08:21 pm
Thank you Lord, the final step of becoming an American citizen ay natapos din kanina ang pagkuha ng blue or American passport ko
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: wardiflex on February 20, 2015, 11:20:20 pm
wow congrats Mikey.
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: erika on February 21, 2015, 03:25:13 am
congrats uncle mikey :)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 21, 2015, 07:39:21 am
nahUmang na akong processo wardz pero for the love of our mother dearest, sya na sad ang gastusan nako sa petition para lang makaanhi na gyud sya sa America
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: ryanjoe on February 22, 2015, 11:57:47 pm
Thank you Lord, the final step of becoming an American citizen ay natapos din kanina ang pagkuha ng blue or American passport ko

that's good to hear bro
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 23, 2015, 02:32:50 am
asikasuha intawon ng inyong mga birth certificates diha habang sayo pa. Mine is sayop na, mama was born sa Bilar, Bohol kuno pero last year when she got her passport, Mama was originally born in Batuan, Bohol
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: ryanjoe on February 23, 2015, 11:30:38 pm
ma-check ko nga bro ..
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 24, 2015, 05:16:53 am
check nyo na no kasi what if i have a chance na to petition you guys, birth certificate ang kailangan na mag match sa birth certificate ni mama
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: malou on February 24, 2015, 07:21:10 am
Congrats mikey ctzn kana
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 24, 2015, 11:53:17 am
thanks malou, ang bilis nga ng panahon eh, ikaw na din ang susunod
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 24, 2015, 12:51:35 pm
Pm Abbott is proposing a plan to revoke the citizenship of Australians who join the terrorists in Syria. The irony is that, earlier, Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks was exonerated of his crime. Yeah, a matter of political expediency. :)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 24, 2015, 01:00:46 pm
thanks malou, ang bilis nga ng panahon eh, ikaw na din ang susunod

Yeah, skipper, the irony is that you have become more obligated to your people back home. :D

Ha-in na man ni c tart, oi! ;D
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 25, 2015, 12:38:42 am
Juan, gapatuyang naka sa imong mga comments, ani nimo ug giganahan ko sa imong comments, sorry i have to delete it. Think of others na makasakit sad ka and dont make anyone here na na mopalayo because of your comments. Di ka nako iban pero tanan na imong mga comments na below the belt and useless, i will delete it.
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 26, 2015, 11:34:44 am
My Life as an American! Many thanks to God, to my family, my second families, dear friends for all their support and especially to The United States of America. I am now an American Citizen today.

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The question now is: will you be upholding America's democratic principles? Will you still be allowing intolerance in your site? Reckon it's gonna be good for your business? ???
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 26, 2015, 04:20:12 pm
yes, i am a Democrat
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 26, 2015, 05:02:28 pm
Like Obama, too.

But what gets me p#ssed is his indifferent attitude towards Australia's intolerance issues.

Eg.,
In Australia, every animal, except the male homo sapiens, enjoys protection from abuse.

Australia is still a racist country. >:(
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 26, 2015, 05:43:06 pm
Thank you to Faye Gatal for taking care of Mama's documents and the iniatives. Sometimes, ang di pa nimo kadugo ang makasabot dayun, bless your heart.
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 26, 2015, 05:53:43 pm
Gibalikan na sad ko! >:(

Kon makasabot sya.
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 26, 2015, 11:19:03 pm
Thank you to Faye Gatal for taking care of Mama's documents and the iniatives. Sometimes, ang di pa nimo kadugo ang makasabot dayun, bless your heart.
One of the very rare real gems. The vast majority are fakes.

As a puti commented, "99% scammers" :-[
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 26, 2015, 11:45:54 pm
i spoke with her, genuine help gyud iyahang gipabati sa akoa
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 27, 2015, 12:05:34 am
i spoke with her, genuine help gyud iyahang gipabati sa akoa

The kinda gem looking for myself. But look what happened to me here. Pulos lang biaybiay ang na-abtan. Di jyud ko undangan. >:(

Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 27, 2015, 05:43:15 am
Most of my friends here, when their parents came, nangausab gyud dagan sa ilahang kinabuhi dire
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 27, 2015, 11:29:52 am
Most of my friends here, when their parents came, nangausab gyud dagan sa ilahang kinabuhi dire
Same here. Could've sponsored ma. Hinarang. Vested interest. Ma was the go-between for asking $.

Yep. Always boils down to almightee monee. :)

Understand now y ur confronting similar problem? ???
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 27, 2015, 01:02:07 pm
they just could not go out without taking their parents with them, mangluod biyaan
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 27, 2015, 01:45:40 pm
they just could not go out without taking their parents with them, mangluod biyaan
Don't they have their own social gatherings? :-\

For my case, aron makabantay sa mga bata while at work. Saved money on day care. Also, ma was entitled to old-age pension. :) ;)

Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 27, 2015, 04:24:34 pm
Don't they have their own social gatherings? :-\

For my case, aron makabantay sa mga bata while at work. Saved money on day care. Also, ma was entitled to old-age pension. :) ;)
Yeah, envisage something parallel. Marry a 16-yr-old Pinay whose brain is a gold mine. Be a fulltime houseband. Gives her heaps of time to build up her career. Being young and talented, she'd welcome such an arrangement. :) ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 27, 2015, 04:50:24 pm
Most of my friends here, when their parents came, nangausab gyud dagan sa ilahang kinabuhi dire
Lisud sad btw ning kina-iya sa mga tiguang sa ato -- magpa-importante. Lisud pasabton nga dili na mahimong dad-on sa abroad.

Different with one who's spent more than half of his life overseas. Especially me -- hangol og kuarta. ;D Inherited from my Chinese father. As Deng Xiao Peng said, "to be rich is glorious". :) ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 27, 2015, 06:46:03 pm
Don't they have their own social gatherings? :-\

For my case, aron makabantay sa mga bata while at work. Saved money on day care. Also, ma was entitled to old-age pension. :) ;)


ma culture shock pa for sure but maguol lageh ka kay taga abot nimo sa balay nag atang na ilahang nawong na gisapot kay nganong gipreso sila sa america hahaha
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 27, 2015, 10:06:33 pm
ma culture shock pa for sure but maguol lageh ka kay taga abot nimo sa balay nag atang na ilahang nawong na gisapot kay nganong gipreso sila sa america hahaha
Tingali sa bag-o pa. But after 1 yr syaro di maanad. Naa nai daghang kailang mga same age, di ba magpondok sila mag majong mag yak2X, etc? :-\
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 28, 2015, 12:25:55 am
i am pretty sure will love it here kay gisto man gyud moanhi dire and duna sad syay igsoon mapuy an sa New York
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 28, 2015, 03:47:09 pm
i am pretty sure will love it here kay gisto man gyud moanhi dire and duna sad syay igsoon mapuy an sa New York
Unfortunately, in my case, giharang c ma. My siblings na-acclimatized na sa Filipino culture -- prefer an easy-going happy-go-lucky spendthrift life.
Unmindful that pa migrated from China with practically nothing. From scratch, quietly amassed a small fortune over time -- became reasonably rich.

Eventually, wa na mi magtingogay ni ma. Kai di na man ko magpadalag kuarta. Lisud kaau pasabton. Nag dialysis na ko ... moreover, thrown out of the matrimonial home by ex-.

Ganyan ang buhay of an OFW! :(
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on February 28, 2015, 06:40:39 pm
kagastos man diay ning mag petition na wala pa gyud makatabang na igsoon :(
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on February 28, 2015, 11:59:34 pm
kagastos man diay ning mag petition na wala pa gyud makatabang na igsoon :(
Oh, yeah, cost me a fortune to secure my Philippine passport. Had to get a travel agency to do it for me 'coz I was still working fulltime.

Ang mga tao sa amo lisud kaau masugo. >:(

Tell you what? Why don't you pay an immigration consultant to do the job? Daghan btw kag kuarta! Unsa man ka, Ilocano? ???

Mas maau mag-indefinite leave ka aron mopauli aron asikasohon nimo. Aron sad di ka boyboyon later on. ;D
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on March 01, 2015, 01:00:01 am
yep, i have a paralegal doing for it me, thanks sa advice
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on March 01, 2015, 02:47:14 am
yep, i have a paralegal doing for it me, thanks sa advice
Don't be surprised if, after all’s been said and done, someone's gonna say, "Nagusik2X lang ka sa imong kuarta bayad sa parallegal. Gihukhukan lang ka! Sulti pa lang ka nako, ako untai mo-asikaso. Sayon ra kaau na para nako. Daghan kaau kog kaila sa passport office". :D
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on March 01, 2015, 02:49:42 am
basta, kaka stress lang iisipin but i am just taking it one step at a time, gikapoy na ko nila sige follow up, come what may na lang kung maka anhi pa gyud si Mama, it's all up to me na lang gyud.
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on March 01, 2015, 02:56:35 am
basta, kaka stress lang iisipin but i am just taking it one step at a time, gikapoy na ko nila sige follow up, come what may na lang kung maka anhi pa gyud si Mama, it's all up to me na lang gyud.
Good luck!!!!!
 ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: wardiflex on March 01, 2015, 08:42:05 pm
lets pray for that para maging successful ang lahat.
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on March 01, 2015, 11:01:10 pm
prayers can move mountains gyid wardz, mao bitaw naka survive ko dire, prayers from my family man gyud ang nakatabang gyud and from friends
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on March 02, 2015, 12:53:14 am
prayers can move mountains gyid wardz, mao bitaw naka survive ko dire, prayers from my family man gyud ang nakatabang gyud and from friends
lets pray for that para maging successful ang lahat.

So can human beings, wardz. But they need you to dream them into reality.

What I had for Zulacs ... then SHe ... then Adelyn.
Unfortunately, ..... :(
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: wardiflex on March 02, 2015, 01:27:21 am
you and zulacs pareng juan?
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: wardiflex on March 02, 2015, 01:28:20 am
wow adelyn, a very simple young lady talaga sya, ganda nya lalo sa personal at mabait.
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on March 02, 2015, 02:14:01 am
you and zulacs pareng juan?
kaka intrigue talaga
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on March 02, 2015, 02:28:59 am
Don't concern yourself with other people's problems, wardz! Focus on how to turn your dreams into reality!
Kai bsag 1 million Our Father ang imong pangageon, if you don't do something to change the circumstances you're in, walang mangyayari sa iyo. ::)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: erika on March 02, 2015, 03:50:37 am
wow adelyn, a very simple young lady talaga sya, ganda nya lalo sa personal at mabait.

even without make up she's still pretty
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on March 02, 2015, 07:55:54 am
kaka intrigue talaga
Unsai intriguing? ???

Dugai ka na lang sa America tonto ka pa ghapon! Wa ka kahibao nga mao nai kina-iya sa ato? Ang ilang gusto nga kita na lai mag sigeg hungit nla aron sla magtikang2X na lang pirme. Di na kinahanglan molihok pa! ::)

Still having fun carrying the cross all by yourself? ??? ;D
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on March 02, 2015, 08:36:30 am
yeah, easy
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on March 02, 2015, 08:48:59 am
even without make up she's still pretty
Correction! More beautiful, as RJ pointed it out. ;)

Kon sakali, .....
Wai makahuk2X nya ... wai makaboy2X nya. She's not gonna dim her light just bcoz others are gleaming in their eyes. :) ;)

Bahala na mo sa inyong kinabuhi! But she's gonna stick to her gun! No way will I allow her to be intimidated! ::) 8)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on March 02, 2015, 09:31:02 am
yeah, easy
Bilib jyud ko sa imong fighting spirit, Choi! Keep it up! :D
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on March 02, 2015, 05:02:10 pm
Bilib jyud ko sa imong fighting spirit, Choi! Keep it up! :D
magpasalamat na lang ko na akoy dia dire
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on March 02, 2015, 05:36:15 pm
magpasalamat na lang ko na akoy dia dire

Much more here. Kon to-a pa ko sa Pinas, hagbai ra kong namatay tungod sa akong renal failure. Not to mention the horrendous medical expenses incurred.

In rich countries like Australia, kidney failure is a chronic disease. Sa ato, might as well be a terminal disease tungod sa gasto. ::) 8)
ANALYSIS
By ROMINA ANGANGCO DANGUILAN


The cost of treatment is not limited to the cost of dialysis. Rather, the cost is multiplied a hundredfold, and becomes the burden of an entire family

Each year an estimated 120 Filipinos per million population (PMP) develop kidney failure. This means that about 10,000 Filipinos need to replace their kidney function each year.

Sadly, in 2007 only 7,267 patients started dialysis or received a kidney transplant directly. Only 73% received treatment because they were able to get to a hospital providing dialysis or could afford the therapy. The acceptance rate of treatment for kidney failure in the Philippines is only 86 PMP, compared to 100 PMP in South Korea, and 300 PMP in the United States (accessed from the International Federation of Renal Registries in 2000 Web site). A quarter of Filipino patients probably just died without receiving any treatment last year.

The leading cause of kidney failure in the Philippines is diabetes (41%), according to the Philippine Renal Disease Registry Annual Report in 2008, followed by an inflammation of the kidneys (24%) and high blood pressure (22%). Patients were predominantly male (57%) with a mean age of 53 years.

Thus, diabetic males in the most productive years of their lives comprise the population who received treatment for kidney failure in 2007. They require replacement of their kidney function to live. Without dialysis or kidney transplantation, patients with kidney failure die.

Options for treating kidney failure

Patients developing kidney failure can choose between dialysis and kidney transplantation as treatment for their illness. Dialysis comes in the form of hemodialysis (HD) where the patient’s blood is made to run through a series of tubes which removes poisons and excess fluid that have accumulated in the blood, and is then returned to the patient. A hemodialysis session lasts for four hours and needs to be done three times a week to adequately replace sufficient kidney function for the patient to live. The patient needs to travel to a dialysis unit each time for treatment.

Another option is peritoneal dialysis (PD), where a permanent tube is placed in the patient’s abdomen, and the patient’s own membrane acts as the artificial kidney. Special fluid enters the abdominal cavity and stays there for several hours, and the poisons and excess fluid transfer from the blood to the fluid, which is drained out of the body. This process is done daily, three to four times a day. Patients are trained to perform this type of therapy by themselves at home.

The best way to replace kidney function though is to transplant another kidney into the patient through a surgical procedure. Only another kidney can completely replace kidneys shrunken because of disease. Dialysis only provides about 15% of kidney function. It is enough to sustain life, but needs to be performed regularly, and for life.

Cost of treatment

Adequate dialysis costs from P25,000 to P46,000 per month or P300,000 to P552,000 annually. If one is able to afford this lifelong treatment then the patient will be well enough to return to his normal way of life, and just apportion time for dialysis treatment. However majority of Filipinos cannot afford this costly treatment for more than a year. A study at the National Kidney and Transplant Institute (NKTI), a tertiary government hospital providing services for kidney disease, showed that half the patients who start dialysis are dead within a year, presumably because they could not afford sufficient dialysis.

Most Filipinos pay for their treatments without any subsidy from insurance. Phil health covers about 51% of the annual cost of treatment, if the maximum benefit is claimed. The patient therefore has to pay for half of the treatment or at least P150,000 per year. According to NKTI, only 15% of the partially-subsidized patients are Philhealth members. Thus they have to pay for most of the treatment, and are reliant on government assistance to afford any treatment.

This results to patients who can afford only partial therapy, which may be sufficient to exist, but not enough to live. Patients without sufficient dialysis are weak and display many of the symptoms that led to their diagnosis. They are malnourished and unable to work, existing only until the next dialysis treatment, whenever that may be.

In a survey conducted by five kidney specialists on patients with chronic kidney disease from Bacolod City, Negros Occidental, from May to July 2002, only 46% of 182 patients prescribed dialysis were able to start treatment. Among those who started dialysis, 96% had inadequate treatment because they could not afford it.

A family’s burden

Unfortunately, treating kidney failure is a burden borne not only by the patient, but by the entire family. A family member or caregiver is needed to care for the patient, attend to medications and meals, and assist in providing treatment, whether by performing dialysis itself with PD or accompanying the patient to an HD facility. Commonly, a family member has to stop working to care for the dialysis patient. The patient is too weak to provide self-care and loses independence.

Patients who cannot afford treatment rely on other family members to look for the needed funds. Children stop schooling, savings are used up, objects of value are sold, and all the earnings of those who work are used to pay for dialysis. This results to families that are impoverished because of a single patient with kidney failure who needs treatment. The cost of treatment therefore is not limited to the cost of dialysis. Rather, the cost is multiplied a hundredfold, and becomes the burden of an entire family.

Transplantation as the best option

Foreign and local studies have shown that kidney transplantation offers the best option for patients with kidney failure. The quality of life of a transplant patient is superior to one on dialysis (Lagula et al Philippine Journal of Internal Medicine Jan-Feb 2002). A few months after the kidney graft is transplanted, the patient becomes strong enough to return to work, and soon becomes self-reliant. The family is able to rise from poverty and family members return to the labor force or continue with their education.

The cost of transplantation for a government-subsidized patient and his donor is about P200,000. It is a large amount to be paid at a single confinement and equals eight months of dialysis. However the patient recovers sufficiently and becomes healthy enough to go back to work, earning to pay for maintenance medications, which now costs about P12,000 per month, or 48% of the monthly cost of dialysis. It therefore becomes more cost-efficient to have a kidney transplant, than to be maintained on dialysis which is life-long.

The quest for transplantation

Patients who develop kidney failure see transplantation as the only solution to regain their lost lives. Funds are sourced to pay for the medical evaluation required for this major operation. For those who are found medically suitable to undergo transplantation, a willing kidney donor is needed.

Deceased donor kidneys have been sources of kidneys for decades. Patients who lose brain function are sources of organs for the living.

In the Philippines though, despite years of advocacy promoting deceased organ donation, only about 20 transplants from these donors are performed each year. Barriers to this program include the difficulty of families of the deceased to give their consent while the heart is still beating, or guilt when the potential donor’s wishes were not known, and the fear of organs being removed from a loved one.

Majority of transplants from deceased donors function immediately, due to improvements in supportive care for the potential donor. An increase in the number of transplants from deceased donors relies on referrals from all hospitals admitting patients with massive brain injury from vehicular accidents, trauma, or brain catastrophes like a stroke. Likewise, a massive educational campaign is needed to inform Filipinos about the concept of brain death, and to make deceased organ donation culturally acceptable.

Donors from relatives are the usual first source of organs. Parents, siblings, uncles or aunts, nephews or nieces and first cousins are immediately informed of the need for an organ. Many relatives assist patients with kidney failure and volunteer as donors.

Unfortunately, diabetes and hypertension, which are the leading causes of kidney failure today usually run in families. Thus many times immediate relatives become unsuitable donors. Likewise, even when a relative is willing, a blood test that determines whether a certain individual can be a donor or not, is positive, meaning the donor is unsuitable.

The shortage of organs has led to spousal donation. And with the huge success of transplantation from these unrelated donors due to improvements in medicines given to prevent a transplant patient from rejecting an organ, transplantation from non-related donors has become an acceptable and viable option. Donor sources have expanded to friends, in-laws, church-mates or co-employees. The sources of organs have multiplied.

Many studies have been done on kidney donors too. Taking away one kidney from someone with normal kidney function allows the donor a normal life. In studies on donors, there is a slight risk for developing high blood pressure and finding small amounts of protein in the urine—after 20 to 30 years from donation. But this has not been found to be progressive. Kidney donation thus remains a safe procedure with minimal long-term effects and donors should have their health status regularly monitored.

Kidney disease burden may be alleviated by transplantation

Transplantation has become the answer to many patients with kidney failure. At the NKTI, 277 Filipinos received a kidney transplant in 2007. From this number, 106 (38%) patients were partially subsidized by the Institute for the transplant. The transplanted kidneys came from 130 related donors (47%), 120 non-related donors (43%), and 27 deceased donors (10%).

In the country, 510 Filipinos received a kidney transplant last year, according to data from the Philippine Renal Disease Registry Annual Report in 2008. Among these, 170 (33%) transplants came from related donors, 313 (61%) from non-related donors, and 27 (5%) from deceased donors. The number of transplants last year, compared to the number who developed kidney failure, was only 14%. Even if we assume that only half of those patients were found to be medically suitable for transplantation, only 14% of the patients would have been provided the option of kidney transplantation.

Kidney transplantation affords patients with kidney failure good health sufficient to resume their normal lives. With this second chance at life, a better lifestyle commonly emerges. Patients become smarter eaters, refrain from smoking and alcohol, and take better care of themselves. Dialysis remains an excellent option, but for those who have been transplanted, life just got better.

The author is chair of the department of adult nephrology of the National Kidney Institute.
Yet another reason to take advantage of the golden job opportunities now open in Australia.
 :) ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on March 02, 2015, 05:44:13 pm
Correction! More beautiful, as RJ pointed it out. ;)

Kon sakali, .....
Wai makahuk2X nya ... wai makaboy2X nya. She's not gonna dim her light just bcoz others are gleaming in their eyes. :) ;)

Bahala na mo sa inyong kinabuhi! But she's gonna stick to her gun! No way will I allow her to be intimidated! ::) 8)
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 mao n c adelyn when she was 1st year high school

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Parents look young enough to be my children. That’s great! Will come in handy when assisting Adelyn in tackling the leeches.
Mas sayon sila pasabton nga kon magpadala sila, si Adelyn ang ma-alaut in the long run. :) ;)
"Stay away from lazy parasites,
who perch on you just to satisfy their needs.
They do not come to you to alleviate your burdens,
hence, their mission is to distract, detract and extract, and make you live in abject poverty."
(Michael Bassey Johnson)
 :) ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on March 02, 2015, 06:27:49 pm
hunk siguro ang igsoon pag daku
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on March 02, 2015, 07:41:33 pm
hunk siguro ang igsoon pag daku
A famous professional porno actor in a Hungarian defloration site is a dark Mediterranean. Partners are mostly barely legal white European and Latina virgin stunners. Nakaka-inggit! ::)

Kon mahimong hunk ang iyang igsoon, could aspire to become a porno superstar in that site. Maglawai jyud c wardz mag tan-ao sa iyang mga video nagbuslot sa mga puting birhen. :D ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on March 02, 2015, 08:07:45 pm
hahaha buslot ang brep pa gyud
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on March 03, 2015, 04:12:29 pm
magpasalamat na lang ko na akoy dia dire
That's not the point, mate!

The Australian mining industry badly needs kababayans back home to turn dreams into realities. Unfortunately, it's not happening.
Why? Because we, overseas Pinoys, are too generous. Consequently, kababayans back home would spend the whole night (nagdamag) in Internet cafes playing games rather than job searching. :(

"Charity is injurious if it doesn't help the recipient to become independent of it" (Rockefeller)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on March 03, 2015, 05:00:00 pm
got some of the required papers for mom, maumpisahan na talaga to
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on March 03, 2015, 06:33:48 pm
got some of the required papers for mom, maumpisahan na talaga to
The world has changed ... And we must change with it."
(Barack Obama)
 :) ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: wardiflex on March 03, 2015, 06:37:56 pm
wow ito na ang simula.
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on March 03, 2015, 11:35:54 pm
pero para sure na talaga, i hope my newly corrected birth certificate will arrive soon, baka kasi mas lalong ma delay pag premature documents ang ma submit, kaunting tiis pa mom
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on March 06, 2015, 03:57:23 am
hahaha buslot ang brep pa gyud
Oh, yeah, that's the only job that he'd enjoy and be most interested in. Gibayran aron tigbuslot sa mga barely legal virgin stunners. ::) 8) ;)

That porno superstar not handsome -- wai hitsura -- dark Mediterranean -- late 40s. But superb performer -- highly recommended by his one-off virgin partners. Otherwise, wouldn't have become a superstar. :) ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: malou on March 06, 2015, 07:27:00 am
pero para sure na talaga, i hope my newly corrected birth certificate will arrive soon, baka kasi mas lalong ma delay pag premature documents ang ma submit, kaunting tiis pa mom
Dali rana Kay same ahung birth certificate ug baptismal Lahi Lahi mga spell pwo pagkahuman corect din submit Lana problems  for 5 months approved ang visa ko din sa embassy dna ako halos tinanong kasi kasama ko naman ang asawa ko sya ang enen terview :-*:-*
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on March 06, 2015, 08:01:31 am
Dali rana Kay same ahung birth certificate ug baptismal Lahi Lahi mga spell pwo pagkahuman corect din submit Lana problems  for 5 months approved ang visa ko din sa embassy dna ako halos tinanong kasi kasama ko naman ang asawa ko sya ang enen terview :-*:-*
hala no? ang swerte mo malou, sana mapadali at aabot din ang new nso ko, daghan milihok ug miasikaso pero daghan sad singil sa akoa tsk tsk tsk
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on March 20, 2015, 03:49:43 pm
One step at a time, received na akong payment for the first step of petitioning my mom, just waiting for the next step and requirements para maumpisahan na ang other requirements sa Manila

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Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on March 20, 2015, 05:34:55 pm
The American dream!!!!!
 ;D ;D ;D
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on March 21, 2015, 12:32:39 am
go for it
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on April 25, 2015, 01:14:10 am
interesado pa kaya si Ate Marcel mag escort kay Mama Fely papuntang USA?
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: malou on April 28, 2015, 02:21:41 pm
hala no? ang swerte mo malou, sana mapadali at aabot din ang new nso ko, daghan milihok ug miasikaso pero daghan sad singil sa akoa tsk tsk tsk
Oo nga thanks GOD at napunta ako sa mabait na consule kasi May mga matindi din na consule grave makatanong ..pwo kayang kaya yan n mother mo
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on April 28, 2015, 03:18:17 pm
Oo nga thanks GOD at napunta ako sa mabait na consule kasi May mga matindi din na consule grave makatanong ..pwo kayang kaya yan n mother mo
yeah, kay parents are dntitled baya gyud ug priority dire
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: malou on April 28, 2015, 04:31:14 pm
yeah, kay parents are dntitled baya gyud ug priority dire
Ooo bitaw sana din pohon  parents  ko naman madala  ko dito

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Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on April 28, 2015, 06:13:33 pm
Ooo bitaw sana din pohon  parents  ko naman madala  ko dito

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paspas dagan sa mga adlaw, maka full blast na gyud ka work dire malou
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: malou on April 28, 2015, 08:51:30 pm
paspas dagan sa mga adlaw, maka full blast na gyud ka work dire malou
Oo bitaw dali lang panahon  sana kaluy  an n GOD

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Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on April 29, 2015, 01:59:25 am
Oo bitaw dali lang panahon  sana kaluy  an n GOD

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i am prestty sure ma bored pod si Mama dire kay sige lang baya ko work then weekends ra sya malaag nako, how i wish naa unta syay makauban dire ba na usa pa kaigsoon
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: malou on April 29, 2015, 08:23:06 pm
i am prestty sure ma bored pod si Mama dire kay sige lang baya ko work then weekends ra sya malaag nako, how i wish naa unta syay makauban dire ba na usa pa kaigsoon
Dili lagi cya ma bored sana kahit usa sa imo bro or sis  kauban nja kauban  para happy pud cja

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Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: malou on April 29, 2015, 08:23:43 pm
i am prestty sure ma bored pod si Mama dire kay sige lang baya ko work then weekends ra sya malaag nako, how i wish naa unta syay makauban dire ba na usa pa kaigsoon
D bali  ug weekend  kay tudo  man pud sa laag  kapuyon  cja

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Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on May 01, 2015, 12:22:32 am
D bali  ug weekend  kay tudo  man pud sa laag  kapuyon  cja

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mao gyud na dapat tudluan na sya sa Bohol unsaon pag facebook
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: malou on May 01, 2015, 01:43:03 pm
mao gyud na dapat tudluan na sya sa Bohol unsaon pag facebook
Kayang  kaya  na n mother mag facebook  .. ako bfor niabot  ani US d ko kabalo ug gamit  computer ahu lang couzn  nag tudlo  nahu. ...hehhehehehe

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Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on May 01, 2015, 07:43:11 pm
i am prestty sure ma bored pod si Mama dire kay sige lang baya ko work then weekends ra sya malaag nako, how i wish naa unta syay makauban dire ba na usa pa kaigsoon
Provided you give her enough to be a high roller sa casino ... don't think so. ;D ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on May 02, 2015, 04:39:54 pm
i am prestty sure ma bored pod si Mama dire kay sige lang baya ko work then weekends ra sya malaag nako, how i wish naa unta syay makauban dire ba na usa pa kaigsoon
Tell you what? Buy her an iPad ... give her generous amount to play high stakes mahjong online. Ayaw lag katingala kon inig pauli nimo angtod ang imong makaon. Hehe ;) And you should be thankful wa masunog! ;D

Yep. Noticed that in many Asian old ladies while riding buses, sitting in parks, etc. ::) ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on May 05, 2015, 07:51:01 pm
mabuang ko nimo Juan, minding others business, negative na lang tanan ang imong makita but you have a point and reminders not to gamble gyud
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: felix on May 07, 2015, 01:16:31 am
Kayang  kaya  na n mother mag facebook  .. ako bfor niabot  ani US d ko kabalo ug gamit  computer ahu lang couzn  nag tudlo  nahu. ...hehhehehehe

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hihihi nice diay dear..
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on May 28, 2015, 06:50:38 am
palpit ng palapit na sana ang result ng petition ni Madir kaso nagbkasyon bigla si Kenneth sa Manila, target ko sanang makauwi sa December
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on May 28, 2015, 08:41:24 am
mabuang ko nimo Juan, minding others business, negative na lang tanan ang imong makita but you have a point and reminders not to gamble gyud
Excellent tips from a silent observer. Hehe :) ;)

But has happened more than once ... babies&toddlers died ... left in cars during summer while mothers go inside the casino to gamble. :(

Me no compulsive gambler. Learned my lesson in my early 20s ... played mahjong 24 hrs nearly every weekend for more than a year ... strip ratio 4:1 ... lost 4X more than won ... hehehe ;) Promised myself to stop. Go to floating casino with balikbayans and gambled small amounts only very occasionally.

Only for the last 10 odd years been playing high stakes in casinos ... more exciting ... can't bring money into next life, anyway.

What really need is a smart young wife ... earner&saver ... not liberal spender ... take care of my money ... make it grow.
Be a fulltime houseband ... look after kids ... gives her more time to pursue her career. For me, more interesting than gambling.

Gambling machine a lot smarter nowadays ... equipped with camera to remember players ... linked with other machines ... perhaps, also with other casinos ... and even online. :) ;)
Title: Shana Mooyman
Post by: juan on May 30, 2015, 08:42:37 pm
PerthNow October 9, 2014 3:40pm
Kate Uren


Petite and pretty, it’s no great surprise Shana Mooyman worked as a model when she was a teenager. What’s not quite so obvious is what she does for a living now. The 24-year-old drives great hulking trucks and excavators — with wheels taller than she is — at an iron ore mine in the Pilbara.

“I’m used to people literally laughing when I tell them what I do,” she says. “They don’t believe it.”

Shana has been a FIFO worker for six years. She’s employed by mining services company Watpac as a mobile plant operator in Nullagine, two hours north of Newman. And her motivation is unambiguous — her wage of close to $150,000 a year is double what she could earn in Perth.

“You put on the high-vis and put your hair back and you do it for the money,” she says.

Despite her young age, Shana already has an impressive property portfolio. The latest addition is a top-floor holiday apartment in the tropical Queensland resort of Yeppoon. She also owns two houses — one in her home town of Bunbury, another in Baldivis — but doesn’t live in either of them. Instead, she and her partner, Matt Lewis, rent a room at a friend’s home.

But she is also acutely aware of the sacrifices she makes for that big pay packet. Her 12-hour shifts for 14 days in a row followed by a week off has taken its toll. Shana missed her own 21st birthday — along with countless parties for friends and other special times.

“You do miss out on a lot of events,” she says. “Then you’re only home for a week and to fit everything in and to fit everyone in, it’s busy. Sometimes you just want to sit back and do your own thing. You make these choices and I wouldn’t take any of it back because I do have these properties. I paid my car off in the first year — $20,000 in a year. I was loving it.”

Shana had started studying at TAFE to be a beauty therapist but shelved those plans when she realised how little they were paid. She picked up work as a promotional model, got a daytime job as an administrator and worked nights at a tavern in Bunbury.

Then a friend, who was working FIFO, introduced Shana to mining. Back then, companies were taking on “greenies” — those with no experience. With only her manual licence needed, Shana learnt to drive mining trucks “with wheels that were bigger than me”.

Initial plans were to be a FIFO worker for a year.

“I said I would do it for a year and it’s well past that now. I don’t want to be in mining forever. We’re setting ourselves up now,” says Shana, who is studying for a diploma in safety so she can expand her options. “I still don’t know what I want to do. I don’t want to be an operator for another five years. The problem is if I was to come back to Perth, I would easily be halving my wage.” 

**************************************************************************************

To see pic of this stunning 24-yr-old model-turned-great-hulking-trucks-and-excavators driver click http://www.perthnow.com.au/news/western-australia/vested-interests-new-show-flying-miners-delves-into-wa-fifo-life/story-fnhocxo3-1227079107247 (http://www.perthnow.com.au/news/western-australia/vested-interests-new-show-flying-miners-delves-into-wa-fifo-life/story-fnhocxo3-1227079107247) 
Mark my words, skipper, should Felix land on a mining job here, mamuti na lang ang iyang bol2x, he'll still be at it.
Having so much money, gonna have a spendthrift lifestyle.
Towards the end of a contract, he'll promise to himself, "Should my contract be renewed, I'll have a 2-month break and cruise Europe on board the Queen Mary with Kim Kardashian as my travel companion". Hehe ;) Not to mention that during week-off, spend the time in Bali having top-of-the-range Balinese girls to entertain him.

Difference between then and now is the FIFO. Mine workers won't be spending a very long time in the mines.

Ay,nako! Ang sarap ng buhay. :) ;)
Especially having Shana Mooyman as his workmate. 8) ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: felix on June 01, 2015, 05:10:48 pm
Kayang  kaya  na n mother mag facebook  .. ako bfor niabot  ani US d ko kabalo ug gamit  computer ahu lang couzn  nag tudlo  nahu. ...hehhehehehe

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makabalo man jud ug dali dear basta hands-on
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: felix on June 01, 2015, 05:11:34 pm
palpit ng palapit na sana ang result ng petition ni Madir kaso nagbkasyon bigla si Kenneth sa Manila, target ko sanang makauwi sa December
wow!!! exciting
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: felix on June 01, 2015, 05:12:24 pm
Excellent tips from a silent observer. Hehe :) ;)

But has happened more than once ... babies&toddlers died ... left in cars during summer while mothers go inside the casino to gamble. :(

Me no compulsive gambler. Learned my lesson in my early 20s ... played mahjong 24 hrs nearly every weekend for more than a year ... strip ratio 4:1 ... lost 4X more than won ... hehehe ;) Promised myself to stop. Go to floating casino with balikbayans and gambled small amounts only very occasionally.

Only for the last 10 odd years been playing high stakes in casinos ... more exciting ... can't bring money into next life, anyway.

What really need is a smart young wife ... earner&saver ... not liberal spender ... take care of my money ... make it grow.
Be a fulltime houseband ... look after kids ... gives her more time to pursue her career. For me, more interesting than gambling.

Gambling machine a lot smarter nowadays ... equipped with camera to remember players ... linked with other machines ... perhaps, also with other casinos ... and even online. :) ;)
hihihi nice
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on June 01, 2015, 05:52:57 pm
hihihi nice
Actually, love is also a gamble ... to lose would be too cruel. :) ;)

Been imagining, kon sakali, matutuloy with Adelyn. How do I know, miles down the track, she won't walk out on me? Common na kaayo na karon. :-\
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on June 02, 2015, 02:39:46 pm
wow!!! exciting
exciting na bai felix na baka makauwi ako sa pasko but i don't like to see posts og Mang Juan here insulting everyone especially me, this is a final warning nya!
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on June 02, 2015, 03:48:28 pm
exciting na bai felix na baka makauwi ako sa pasko but i don't like to see posts og Mang Juan here insulting everyone especially me, this is a final warning nya!
Now, we know it all. What was their warning? ??? "Tell juan to keep his mouth shut! Otherwise, di ka na maka pauli dinhi! Not ever"!!!!!

Too late to hide it now, mate! It's all around us now. The whole wide world knows the truth.

You'd have deleted my postings ages ago. Even banned me. In the end, it was the other way around.

Many must have advised you otherwise. You were basing your decision on the general consensus.

Too risky. I might dump my awesome collection into Facebook. Would be even more fun, wouldn't it? Hehe :) ;)

As I said to sh#thead willyramasola, "You're not the skipper! Don't jump the gun on him!"

But you let him jump the gun on you. Let him and the others carry on p#ssing on me.

Oh, yeah, they're gone from this site. But everyone knows they're still lurking behind. Prodding on active members to harass me.

"Love will find a way through paths where wolves fear to prey" (Lord Byron) :) ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on June 02, 2015, 03:56:51 pm
i don't care!
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on June 02, 2015, 04:01:31 pm
Now, we know it all. What was their warning? ??? "Tell juan to keep his mouth shut! Otherwise, di ka na maka pauli dinhi! Not ever"!!!!!

Too late to hide it now, mate! It's all around us now. The whole wide world knows the truth.

You'd have deleted my postings ages ago. Even banned me. In the end, it was the other way around.

Many must have advised you otherwise. You were basing your decision on the general consensus.

Too risky. I might dump my awesome collection into Facebook. Would be even more fun, wouldn't it? Hehe :) ;)

As I said to sh#thead willyramasola, "You're not the skipper! Don't jump the gun on him!"

But you let him jump the gun on you. Let him and the others carry on p#ssing on me.

Oh, yeah, they're gone from this site. But everyone knows they're still lurking behind. Prodding on active members to harass me.

"Love will find a path where wolves fear to prey" :) ;)
baga kag nawong, basing on general consensus? ako ang imong gibinuangan dire na ako ang tag iya! mang hadlok pa ka na mag post ka sa facebook? i don't care, you don't belong here sa imong kinaiya!
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on June 02, 2015, 04:03:13 pm
Now, we know it all. What was their warning? ??? "Tell juan to keep his mouth shut! Otherwise, di ka na maka pauli dinhi! Not ever"!!!!!

Too late to hide it now, mate! It's all around us now. The whole wide world knows the truth.

You'd have deleted my postings ages ago. Even banned me. In the end, it was the other way around.

Many must have advised you otherwise. You were basing your decision on the general consensus.

Too risky. I might dump my awesome collection into Facebook. Would be even more fun, wouldn't it? Hehe :) ;)

As I said to sh#thead willyramasola, "You're not the skipper! Don't jump the gun on him!"

But you let him jump the gun on you. Let him and the others carry on p#ssing on me.

Oh, yeah, they're gone from this site. But everyone knows they're still lurking behind. Prodding on active members to harass me.

"Love will find a way through paths where wolves fear to prey" (Lord Byron) :) ;)
don't ever bring that name up here coz he is not that important, evil people like you shouldn't be here anymore.

Parehas ra gyud mo ug batasan ni Tereng and everyone else who got jealous of me like Bambi, Nick, Willy and John!
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on June 02, 2015, 04:18:53 pm
baga kag nawong, basing on general consensus? ako ang imong gibinuangan dire na ako ang tag iya! mang hadlok pa ka na mag post ka sa facebook? i don't care, you don't belong here sa imong kinaiya!
i don't care kung mohawa sila, as i said before, mga hypocrites sila and jealous, partly your fault man pod and besides, we are waiting for your departure, sana ma feel mo na u r not welcome na talaga here.

I have been away lang, nagpapansin gyud ka sa akoa ba, gapatuyang na abi nya sya ang tag iya dire sa website, bagag nawong lageh ba!
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on June 02, 2015, 04:27:50 pm
i don't care!
Feigned courage. Hehe :) ;)

In other sites, whenever foreign bigots attack me for my age preference, 16 - 25, my rebut runs like this,

WARNING!!!!! "TRAVEL IS FATAL TO PREJUDICE, BIGOTRY AND NARROW-MINDEDNESS" (Mark Twain)

In the Philippines, the rule of law is GGG(Guns, Goons and Gold). Speaking of gold, doesn't cost much to hire goons. No need to waste money on guns, either. Simply use a pinuti to hack off your genitals. Hehe :) ;)

Heard of the Filipino mafia? The deadliest mafia in the world? Its council of godfathers consists of Filipino retirees. Many married to young Pinays. OLD CARABAOS EAT YOUNG GRASS!

Certainly not a comforting thought, is it?
__________________

Nahilum lagi. ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on June 02, 2015, 04:49:44 pm
8) Relax, mate! The whole wide world, including yourself, knows my jokes are purely for fun ... no malice in it ... nothing bigoted, prejudicial or narrow-mindedness.

But your jolt doesn't surprise me at all ... bespeaks of something I knew would happen. We share common enemies.

Ako, giholga nga martilyuhon. Why? Bcoz they don't like my age preference, 16 - 25. Gusto nla ipares nako losyang!

Ikao, ... what did they threaten you kon mopauli ka sa ato? ??? ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on June 02, 2015, 05:00:03 pm
8) Relax, mate! The whole wide world, including yourself, knows my jokes are purely for fun ... no malice in it ... nothing bigoted, prejudicial or narrow-mindedness.

But your jolt doesn't surprise me at all ... bespeaks of something I knew would happen. We share common enemies.

Ako, giholga nga martilyuhon. Why? Bcoz they don't like my age preference, 16 - 25. Gusto nla ipares nako losyang!

Ikao, ... what did they threaten you kon mopauli ka sa ato? ??? ;)
wala coz i am not scared for i am an American!
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on June 02, 2015, 05:28:12 pm
wala coz i am not scared for i am an American!
You're not listening! Ok, to be precise, what happens when an expat travels the Philippines?
According to feedbacks received ... hukhukon sya. In a nutshell, he is an enticingly lucrative prey for holduppers. :D ;)

Aren't you scared of them? ??? Ang tapang mo naman, Choi! :D ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on June 02, 2015, 06:22:54 pm
Yeah, skipper, like me, you want to go home ... but too scared. Too many haters and inggiteros. :D

Ako gani gusto na mo-retire sa ato. Envisage myself being married to Adelyn ... bhala sya unsa-on akong kuarta ... di btw na madala nako sa la-ing kalibutan.

Pero sa tan-ao nako, she's too soft-hearted ... sayon ra binuangan ... hukhukan ... boyboyon ... etc. Kon pamilya lang nya, kayang-kaya kong susuportahin. But, then again, sa tan-ao nako nila, labao pa ka soft-hearted. ;D

Di parehas ni malou ... malditahon og hitsura ... kama-o mosukol. Even then, duda ko wa na sya maka-aguanta sa mga libak ... boyboy ... hukhuk ... etc sa ato. Labina sa probensya. Mao ng nisugot na lang nga mopuyo dinha sa America. :) ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on June 02, 2015, 09:46:54 pm
mabuang ko nimo Juan
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on June 02, 2015, 10:25:07 pm
mabuang ko nimo Juan
;D Ok. To live up to my reputation as BIDA-SA-PAGKA-CONTRABIDA, c malou na sad. Hehehe :) ;)
Nope … this is not backstabbing … it is frontal attack in a worldwide open forum. ;D ;D ;D

Adelyn! Pagbantai jyud anang malou. Kai boyboyon ka. Kon magkadayon ta, ingnon ka niya, “Cge, Adelyn, tukorig mansion sa ato. Aron bibo, papuy-on nato diha c tekla, c kulas, c kurdapia, c serapia … list goes on and on. Hehehe Hinumdomi, Adelyn, nga kaniadto sa gamai pa ka, hapit ka namatay sa imong sakit. Ako intao’y nagbantai nimo. Akoa pang kuarta akong gigamit papalit sa imong tambal”.
Labonai di-ay to, gisip-on ra ka. Vicks vaporub ra ang gipalit. Tinuod, sya ang nagbantai kai wa man syay la-ing lingao. ;D ;D ;D

Kahibao ko, malou, for yourself, you don’t need money from Adelyn. You’re financially established. Pero kahibao sad ko nga daghang mong mga parasite nga parente nga naghukhuk nimo karon. You’re having a nightmare unsa-on pagbalibad nila. So, why not pass them to Adelyn? Hehehe :) ;)

For myself, my role will be fulltime houseband. Bahala sya and her family when tackling leeches. ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: felix on June 02, 2015, 11:38:13 pm
hahahaha
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on June 03, 2015, 01:52:17 pm
hahahaha
Yeah, Felix, it's a joke.

But I envisage something like this will happen kon pananglit magkadayon mi ni Adelyn.
Now, like skipper, malou is carrying the cross all by herself. But, if I enter into Adelyn's world, she's gonna do everything she can to shed as much of her burden to Adelyn. Bsag unsa na lai iyang excuse aron dili jud makabalibad c Adelyn.

Mao ng "hands off" na lang ko ... total di btw nako madala ang kuarta sa la-ing kalibutan. :) ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on June 03, 2015, 02:27:47 pm
;D Ok. To live up to my reputation as BIDA-SA-PAGKA-CONTRABIDA, c malou na sad. Hehehe :) ;)
Nope … this is not backstabbing … it is frontal attack in a worldwide open forum. ;D ;D ;D

Adelyn! Pagbantai jyud anang malou. Kai boyboyon ka. Kon magkadayon ta, ingnon ka niya, “Cge, Adelyn, tukorig mansion sa ato. Aron bibo, papuy-on nato diha c tekla, c kulas, c kurdapia, c serapia … list goes on and on. Hehehe Hinumdomi, Adelyn, nga kaniadto sa gamai pa ka, hapit ka namatay sa imong sakit. Ako intao’y nagbantai nimo. Akoa pang kuarta akong gigamit papalit sa imong tambal”.
Labonai di-ay to, gisip-on ra ka. Vicks vaporub ra ang gipalit. Tinuod, sya ang nagbantai kai wa man syay la-ing lingao. ;D ;D ;D

Kahibao ko, malou, for yourself, you don’t need money from Adelyn. You’re financially established. Pero kahibao sad ko nga daghang mong mga parasite nga parente nga naghukhuk nimo karon. You’re having a nightmare unsa-on pagbalibad nila. So, why not pass them to Adelyn? Hehehe :) ;)

For myself, my role will be fulltime houseband. Bahala sya and her family when tackling leeches. ;)

ayaw gyud Adelyn kung dili ka sa America padulong hehehe
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on June 03, 2015, 04:19:18 pm
ayaw gyud Adelyn kung dili ka sa America padulong hehehe
Don't believe him. Due to terrorism, US is one of the 5 most difficult to migrate. No point, anyway. Americans are leaving US in record numbers. Hehe :) ;)

Australia has job opportunities but in regional areas, eg., mining industry. After what happened to me, wouldn't recommend migrating. Work long enough to amass a small fortune, then, start business in the Philippines. Actually, the Philippines has shortage of engineers. Dunno what else. Pay is relatively less but if you have a thriving business also, can live a reasonably rich life.


Trending for foreigners to go to Philippines as expats. Marry Pinays. But there's a growing concern with tackling parasite in-laws.
Aside from colonial mentality, another reason Pinay prefer puti bcoz puti are naïve to Filipino culture. Mas sayon sla hukhukan. ;D ;)
:P ;D
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on June 03, 2015, 07:54:28 pm
Thought kababayans back home might be interested.
FYI only. :) ;)
Record Number of Americans Flee the United States (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZWfaImGN_wo#ws)
Australia ranked happiest country (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2X2S5gfVek#ws)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on June 03, 2015, 08:05:53 pm
yeah, the willingness of them to risk is a big issue
The gospel according to wardz .....
basta gusto talaga may paraan, pag ayaw may dahilan naman..hahha
:) ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on June 03, 2015, 10:01:22 pm
dawaton kaha kaming mga Americans sa Australia?
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: felix on June 03, 2015, 11:55:51 pm
The gospel according to wardz ..... :) ;)
may point ka mang juan
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: felix on June 03, 2015, 11:56:18 pm
dawaton kaha kaming mga Americans sa Australia?
welcome jud seguro kaau
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on June 04, 2015, 01:31:39 am
dawaton kaha kaming mga Americans sa Australia?
welcome jud seguro kaau
Here's the guideline .....

Australia is confronting an aging population. Long story short, the Australian human race is an endangered species.

As such, it's imperative for every Aussie bloke to have as many female sexual partners as possible ... breed an entire herd;

Doesn't work for women ... one woman can't breed an entire herd.

The older the male sexual partner, the healthier and longer-living the offspring;

The older the female sexual partner, the higher the risk of having babies with Down Syndrome.

If still not enough, we import human species.

Selection criteria:
male must be as old as I am ... or even older;
female must be as young as Adelyn ... or even younger.

Please be guided accordingly.
 :) ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on June 04, 2015, 03:33:27 am
Here's the guideline .....

Australia is confronting an aging population. Long story short, the Australian human race is an endangered species.

As such, it's imperative for every Aussie bloke to have as many female sexual partners as possible ... breed an entire herd;

Doesn't work for women ... one woman can't breed an entire herd.

The older the male sexual partner, the healthier and longer-living the offspring;

The older the female sexual partner, the higher the risk of having babies with Down Syndrome.

If still not enough, we import human species.

Selection criteria:
male must be as old as I am ... or even older;
female must be as young as Adelyn ... or even younger.

Please be guided accordingly.
 :) ;)
Nganong nahilum man mo?
 ???

Goes without saying that ...
me is the perfect match for Adelyn.
 :P ;D
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on June 04, 2015, 09:05:13 am
welcome jud seguro kaau
dili pa ta madawat felix sa guidelines ni Juan, lisod pa
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on June 04, 2015, 07:57:17 pm
yeah, the willingness of them to risk is a big issue
??? What's the point? Maligsan pa lang sa dump truck!

Or, worse, rape pon ni Shana Mooyman. Fate worse than death. :D 
PerthNow October 9, 2014 3:40pm
Kate Uren


Petite and pretty, it’s no great surprise Shana Mooyman worked as a model when she was a teenager. What’s not quite so obvious is what she does for a living now. The 24-year-old drives great hulking trucks and excavators — with wheels taller than she is — at an iron ore mine in the Pilbara.

To see pic of this stunning 24-yr-old model-turned-great-hulking-trucks-and-excavators driver click http://www.perthnow.com.au/news/western-australia/vested-interests-new-show-flying-miners-delves-into-wa-fifo-life/story-fnhocxo3-1227079107247 (http://www.perthnow.com.au/news/western-australia/vested-interests-new-show-flying-miners-delves-into-wa-fifo-life/story-fnhocxo3-1227079107247) 
Total na-a btw benefactor nga generous kaaug periodic remittances.
Where is your Christian charity spirit?
"To give and not to count the cost" (St Ignatius de Loyola) ;D ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on June 05, 2015, 03:20:36 am
mabuang ko nimo Juan
That's the idea! ;D
Next victim ... malou. :D
Not fair kon ako ra ang buang. Dapat Pantai2X tayong mga exiles. :) ;)

Seriously, kaning atong situation as exiles makabuang. Nabuktot ta sa trabaho, pero mga tao sa ato relax lang.

Biay2Xon ... holga-on ... huk2Xan ... libakon ... boy2Xon ... etc.

Recall the Yugoslav kitchen personnel in Koolan Island ... mga poor peasants sa ilaha ... hardknocks ... poorly educated ... English tipsing2X. Migrated here to have a better life ... bought houses in Perth for investment ... then, when had enough, left Koolan Island ... open food shop, eg., fish&chips in Perth.

When asked, "Do you send money home"? Replied, "No. If they want money, they can come here. Heaps of jobs in the mines". :)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on June 05, 2015, 04:57:19 am
come what may as long as you have the open heart to just help and no complaints
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on June 05, 2015, 06:26:35 am
come what may as long as you have the open heart to just help and no complaints
Breaking the silence. ;)

"Abuse exists because of secrecy.
If I can use this platform and talk about it and break the silence,
somebody can get the help and support they need.
It's such a common problem, and it doesn't need to be.
All you have to do is talk about it and break the silence."
(Chris Witty)
 :) ;)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on June 05, 2015, 09:06:58 am
So handy talaga ang flag if you are an American citizen.

(http://images.tapatalk-cdn.com/15/06/05/6b2972236273f8b8aa4178b80dececed.jpg)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on June 05, 2015, 09:41:52 am
So handy talaga ang flag if you are an American citizen.

(http://images.tapatalk-cdn.com/15/06/05/6b2972236273f8b8aa4178b80dececed.jpg)
Yeah, handy! That rings a bell.

I acquired Australian citizenship few months after Senator Aquino was murdered. Became handy as I was not gonna return home for good anytime soon. Not a good idea. Nation was in turmoil.

Little did I know that I was never gonna return home FOR GOOD forever? :-\
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on June 05, 2015, 10:04:44 am
I shall return kahit mag barko lang ako kasi masaya at safe.

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Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on June 05, 2015, 10:08:36 am
How many bodyguards? ??? Hehe
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: juan on June 05, 2015, 12:54:47 pm
I shall return kahit mag barko lang ako kasi masaya at safe.

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Reminds me of Zulacs.
Emailed her, "Time to meet you face to face. Go to Baguio for our pre-nup honeymoon. Let me know when you're ready. Can jump on a plane anytime".
She backed out. Turned out gibinuangan lang ko. She wasn't really serious about us.

SHe was already showing interests in me. Came to my world months earlier. Pursued SHe.

Zulacs didn't like it. Hadlok malupigan. Crab mentality. Broke confidentiality agreement. And .....
Made my life even more complicated ... created more enemies for me.

Zulacs not beautiful ... her sex-appeal lies in her being an engineer. Apart from that, she has nothing to brag about, as far as I'm concerned. :)
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: felix on June 06, 2015, 01:00:37 am
I shall return kahit mag barko lang ako kasi masaya at safe.

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arang dugaya ka muabot diri boss kung mao hihihi
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on July 01, 2015, 01:54:15 am
arang dugaya ka muabot diri boss kung mao hihihi
kakaantay ko sa paperworks ni Mama Fely sa petition nya, if you don't expect it ay dadating din pala, final stages na gyud pardz, baka dyan talaga ako magpasko or January para susunduin na sya
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: acespiker on November 02, 2015, 07:14:33 pm
Its good to hear that ur an american citizen... Congrats pre u deserve it. Karon ra gyud ko ka scan diri. Medyo na busy ko lately sa davao.. Anyway God bless and take care...
Its so good to be back here.
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on November 03, 2015, 12:10:11 am
Its good to hear that ur an american citizen... Congrats pre u deserve it. Karon ra gyud ko ka scan diri. Medyo na busy ko lately sa davao.. Anyway God bless and take care...
Its so good to be back here.

feeling emotional gyud ko pre and i wanna stay this way, di ko mag dual.

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Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on July 17, 2018, 03:42:19 pm
So hot
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Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: wardiflex on July 18, 2018, 12:43:59 am
you are hot .... so nice... Mikey
Title: Re: The Americanized Pinoy living in LA
Post by: OMG on December 02, 2020, 12:19:21 am
got my dual citizenship na