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Do you miss it yet?

Let me start this article by making it clear that I do not intend this to be a Conservative vs Liberal battle. Not political. With the topic that I will write about there is a likelihood that a political fight could break out. If that is the type of comment you leave, I will simply…

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Unicorns Frolicking in Their Front Yard

In 1963 the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles issued me a Drivers License after I had passed both the written and driving test, on the crowded streets of Boston. I even had to accomplish a three-point turn on a narrow neighborhood street while driving a standard shift 1954 huge straight eight Pontiac convertible (My Brother…

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Rain Drops Keep Falling…

I don’t know what he does for a living now, but years ago he sold Movies in CD format, in front of some of the open air bars in the Barrio. They were cheap about 25 pesos each, and the quality was fair to terrible, we never got angry because that was his rice bowl…

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The Check is in the Mail

Dream System

Great lies I’ve been told while here in the Philippines, I’ll admit that falling for them was 99% my fault for taking other peoples word on it, or for reading it on the internet and not verifying it. And no doubt it will happen again. When I moved to the mountain in Bataan I was…

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Once Upon A Time or this is no…

They play from sunup to sundown

Day in and day out my friend Carlos who is in from Oregon for four months, and every day we walk the purok and say hello to our neighbors, all the kids give us our morning blessings (Or the Mano Po’s) a lot of the kids belong to my family so I’m Lolo daddy Paul,…

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Reunion Time

The Kaldereta King is in action

In my last article I told you about the first part of our recent trip to GenSan, and my Annual Report at the BI there. The main purpose of the trip, though, was the family reunion.  This would be my first time to ever go to a family reunion, and I was not completely certain…

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