Are they not Funny?

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  • #20148


    Dayu
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    Hi,
    It’s “Culture Day” today, a time to give focus and respect
    to Japanese Culture. Kaya dae kamong laog ngonian.

    Ang problema sa culture natin is deep-rooted, lalo na
    ang corruption sa gobyerno. Ako, malayo na loob ko sa
    gobyerno natin. Ni hindi na ako umaasang aasenso pa tayo
    kung panay gobyerno lang ang pakikilusin natin.

    I just try to understand what part of our culture is good,
    and try not acquire the bad part. Masyadong mataas ang pride
    natin, pati na nga mga uragon (sa totoo lang minsan, hambog).
    Claro,in his post below, is right. Masaway mo lang nang konte
    ang ilan sa atin, ang dami nang sasabihin, magiging away na.
    I always try na hindi maging pasaway.

    Manay Rose, I guess the word “SAVE” is not appropriate,
    considering the kind of culture we have. Una, magiging tingin
    mo sa sarili mo “Savior” ka, the psychological effect is – magiging
    akala mo na lahat ng ginagawa mo ay tama. Pangalawa, hindi papayag
    si Juan de la Cruz na maging savior ka, kasi siya nga ang “siga-siga”
    sa bayan nila. Siguro mas bagay ang “HELP”, maging maingat lang
    dahil nga sa taas ng pride ni Juan de la Cruz, ayaw niyang tanggapin na
    kailangan niya ng tulong. It’s so sad, but I think that is our culture.

    -Dayunyor

  • #20137


    :
    Participant

    It’s sad ha, Rose. But the fact is it’s very difficult to change now. The problem is not the people per se, it’sthe culture — our culture is so corrupt. And it takes generations to change it.Unless we have a revolution… I mean revolution that can change a culture…. otherwise all the good words that has been said and will be said means nothing.. puro lang porma, puro pa-pogi points sa gobyerno… Iyo baga!

  • #17844


    pai caloy
    Participant

    Tama ka diyan Ne. Kaya ako,laid back na sana pirme. Watching na sana ta garo daeng nangyayari. Kung ma file ka ki complaint, dae man pig dadangog. Or kung pig tawan ki attention, hyped-up na kan media, blown out inappropriations, dae na su substance. Or, ipa-gadan ka pa.
    Silent na lang ang pag hiro ko, kung ano ang tama. I say my stand among my friends, careful na dae ko ma invade su saindang thoughts man. Ta minsan madagitan ka pa… taraman ka, “tamiling naka pag abroad ka, garo ka na kung sisay”….. na what you are pointing out is…. kung saen kita ma-take off to improve…. not that, ma-ungkat kan naka agi. Dapat kunta, progressive lamang ang thinking pasiring sa future, ta duman man sana kita mapasiring. Sure thing ang past is a special matrix to cushion us of out future. Pero, inda man daw ta pag mati ko, garo ang sosyedad ta, immature pa. Dae ta nahihiling su mga positibong angulo, mahiling man, it takes a negative turn in the bend.
    Inda daw, pag nag uuli ako, my tendency is to just stay within the confines of my abode. Hesistant akong maki halobilo na, ta tibad ma misinterpret pa ang sakuyang mga tataramon. It really pains me na I want to do something.. yet dae ka maka hiro. I am sure, those na nag prefer mag work abroad, or nag migrate, will agree with me, na na-out grown ta ang situation kan satuyang mga kairibanan na nawalat, not really in terms of improved finances, but more on the outlooks sa buhay. Grabe ang procrastinations na in the end, eat the nuances, the desires, the needs to better lives. Personally ngane, I have always lived with this: you can take out the boy from the country, but never the country from the boy. Kaya lang, our sensibilities, our sensiveness often are thrown in bad lights.
    This strikes me: kung kaya tang mag behave sa ibang society, mag follow kan rules and regulations kan ibang governments, abide with the norms of our host countries, respect their religions, listen to our foreign employers and execute what they want done…. ngata daw, ta sa departure airport lounge pa lang, halos, ma fi-feel mo na su na adalan na desiplina while working overseas, biglang natitiklop kun kita ma uli na…. yaon na diyan su harambogan, agrangay, oritikan, out-smarting, out-foxing one another…in fact, elbowing our ways to the cabin, na dae ta pa enoton ngona su mga babaying may mga karga, or su mag agom nakaibanan su mga sadit na aki……as if, we were not subjected to the same mature processing….garo baga, we find it hard to tell the truth, face the truth and live with the truth.
    I am apologizing if nakataram ako na makulog sa talinga. Ini is to personally express my innate observations sa 26 anios ko ng pag trabaho sa Mideast.

  • #17841


    Ter
    Participant

    Kung mapa alis kaya si GMA, sino kaya ang uupo na presidente? Si Susan Roces? he–he=–he. Si Lacson naku! si Erap ulit? Kung ganon saan patutungo ang bayan natin???

  • #17770


    Bugs
    Participant

    tama ka Rose Jot, sa nakikita ko sa TV (The Filipino Channel)walang control ang ibanating kababayan. Parang wala ng desiplina sa kanilang sarili. Kaya pahirap ng pahirap ang lagay ng Pinas, tapos sasabihin ng mga pinoy walang makuhang trabaho baket??? Kasi walang negosyo at walang gustong magnegosyo kasi magulo. Kawang Juan dela Cruz pabigat ng pabigat ang pasan na krus…

  • #17766


    Jot
    Participant

    ..change should begin with ourselves… patriotism is what makes a country great… kilos bayan! =)

  • #17765


    Anonymous

    When you wake up in the morning, hoping for a nice day, you open you pc and go on-line to read Philippine newspapers, and what you find is a front-page news of our government officers in Congress, acting like clowns in a circus, isn’t it funny? I guess funny is an understatement, the right word should be DISGUSTING! At the mid of this economic crisis that weare having, still they have time and courageto waste Juan dela Cruz money to this nonsense! It is no longer a surprising reality why movie stars were voted by the common filipinos, just to escape this harsh reality, they tend to maintain the illusion of being in a fiction story, but unfortunately,the characterss of this story arethose who screwed up our government. It is really very sad to see what is happening to our country and thebitter fact is, nobody could do anything to save it, ain’t we unlucky?

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