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Try to find the post on their FB.... just for the fun of it.


... "Laziness travels so slowly that Poverty soon overtakes him" ...

(Benjamin Frankin)

If good old Benjamin can say that, so can I.


I once attended a seminar arranged by the Danish Embassy in Manila for Danish Companies to invest in FlipFlopLand - and to some extend also for those already there.

It was very interesting to hear point of views from those who's been there for both 4, 6 and 10 years, but also extremely interesting to hear the lies from the various stack of FlipFlops how "hard working", "loyal" & "devoted" these maggots living here are.

After the seminar refreshments was served and all started to mingle. I engaged into a discussion about how I see the labor laws, how little control there was with non-registred workers in PhilHealth, the stupid loop holes of 6-month-contracts and so on.

The term "das how we do in Philippines" came up quite often.

Suddenly I felt myself surrounded by a smaller crowd - and not for the nice attention, but for the resilience I was showing towards getting answers which could be used.

The discussion vent into the subject of "hard working Philippine labor army of devoted men and women" (f**k a lie).

I then mention the above quote be famous Benjamin....... and hell broke out.

To be honest.... I was asked to ditch the party by my good friend at the Embassy.

(which I gladly did)

Anyway. All I wanted with this post was to start a discussion about; 1) How to live here full time and coped with the lazy attitude of these maggots, 2) Will it be easier to cope with if one only stayed here 4-5 month a year and then spend the rest of ones retirement under more civilized clouds, 3) What did you actually do towards those you were catching being lazy.



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