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Sunday, September 20, 2020

Insta Scoop: Jimmy Alapag, LJ Moreno, and Kids Leave PH for Good

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  1. Bakit sila lilipat for good? American citizen ba sila kaya pwede mag stay doon. Nagkakamali sila, hindi basta basta makakalipat for good doon

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    1. American citizen si Jimmy, malamang madali lang sila lumipat dun๐Ÿคจ

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    2. 12:14 siguro naman alam nila ginagawa nila. i think you are not in the position to say they are wrong in this decision.

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    3. nagkakamali ka 12:14 dahil wala kang alam!

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    4. Bakit sila nagkakamali? Jimmy is a first generation American. They can relocate anywhere in the US or any of its territories whenever they want.

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    5. Darating ang panahon na iiyak yang mga yan na bakit pa sila nangibang bansa. Pag napalitan na amg name ng bansang ito at lumabas na at naibalik na ang mga ginto maguuwian dito mga yan PERO HIHIGPITAN KO ANG PAGBALIK NILA DITO LALO NA YUNG MGA NAG-IBA ANG CITIZENSHIP! Jan kayo sa mga bansa ni Satanas dahil mawawalan ng value ang dollar na bilib na bilib kayo paglabas ko! - Bird of Prey of Isaiah 46:11. Judgment na!

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    6. mas maganda ang offer kay Jimmy doon as assistant coach ata sa NBA.

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    7. Inggit ka siguro 1214

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    8. nba tlga? not some college basketball teams? eitherway m sure it pays well

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    9. They’re both American citizens.

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    10. Ang alam ko even before marrying Jimmy, LJ has dual citizenship already. She grew up in the US.

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    11. 12:41 grabe ka booclaaa

      BWHAHAHA...

      wag ka MAMARU!

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    12. At bakit naman mahirap eh pareho silang born and raised in the US? LJ is also half American. Hindi nga natuto mag-Tagalog si Jimmy sa tagal nya dito sa Pilipinas. Saka wag mo sila pakialaman sa desisyon nila.

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    13. akala ata ni 12:14 mag ti TNT sila LJ dun hahahhaa sorry pero what a stupid commenf

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  2. i have friends leaving the country for good. I am also contemplating on migrating to taiwan. i love the philippines, really. but the stress level here is one for the books. there is no room for progress here much more dialogue between people. sad.

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    1. so true. lalo na if may kids... hindi na maganda mag stay sa Philippines hays. mahal kong Pilipinas. Sana may pag asa pa

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    2. I would too if I have a chance. I love our country but the govt has not given me any reason to feel hopeful.

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    3. same feelings @12:15 kami naman sa New Zealand. Got a job as fruit picker/packer. need namin umalis for our mental health din.

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    4. True. Sad to admit but this country is such a stressful place na.

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    5. eh, di lumayas kayo lahat walang pumipigil sa inyo..

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    6. basta kung saan maganda opportunity then its good to migrate. Marami na rin mga artista naka stay sa kani kanilang mga bansa lalo na mga halfies.

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    7. lol si 1:22. galit kasi walang pera para mag migrate.
      everything posted in here are too.
      napaka toxic na ng pinas.
      nakakawalang gana, nagbabayad ka ng tax pero napupunta sa wala kasi ninanakaw lng nila.
      as much as we want to help our country, the clowns are giving us the reason not to do so.

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    8. 12:30 I want! New Zealand! Is it easy to apply?

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    9. Ito inaayos ko na renewal ng US visa ko. Sign na siguro ito dun na ako once Ma approved!:( gusto ko na din new environment mukhang matagal tagal pa ito quaratine natin sa Pilipinas. Nalulungkot ako talaga . May pag asa pa ba tayo?

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    10. galit na galit ka 122? Inggit ka?

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    11. Hi Sis, 12:15 gora na here. I've been living in taiwan for 4 years already as an OFW masasabi ko masarap talaga dito mg for good. nakaka stress na kasi ng light sa pinas, though pede namn umuwi uwi pag bet pero mgraise ng family ay mas ok na dito.. anyways, opinyon ko lang to :)

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    12. Same, pero iniisip ko di kaya ma bored ako dun since mejo close kami ng relative and family ko here...

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    13. Yan ang bilin ko sa anak ko pag graduate niya. Umalis na ng bansa since may edad na kami, hindi na carry mag apply pa for immigrant, though yun talaga pangarap ko dati. So true na toxic na pinas. Yung mga ideas nila na changes sa pinas, bara bara lang. parang hindi pinag isipan. sa totoo lang, mas ok pa ata mga taga call center ang mamuno ng bansa. mas open minded saka magagaling. sa true lang!

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    14. 12:30 saan nag aapply ng fruit picker???

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    15. 1:22 is the classic people why nagiging stressful na ang mamuhay sa Pinas.

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    16. Lol how can you migrate to taiwan eh hindi naman sila open for immigrants unless may asawa ka na Taiwanese

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    17. 12:30 I hope you are truly prepared for that job as a food picker/packer. Everyone thinks it is easier abroad. It is good if you are not that well pff here. But the mental pressure and discrimination is something you guys have to prepare.
      So much negativity for our country but it has been the "sour grape defense mechanism " of the many Filipinos since the 60s, it is not only now.
      I tried migrating abroad at Canada. I had an office job, I was envied by other Filipinos for having that quite easily. But I didn't like the environment. Canadians maybe nice but there's still some "discrimination " and some Filipinos would even be rude to you just because you got a better job than them.

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    18. Hmmm. ako rin. I gave up na, so,I’m already out for good. Life is pinas is so harsh and hard. And the corruption is from to bottom. It’s awful.

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    19. Ako nga 20years na sa abroad pero plano kong mag retire sa Pilipinas with the savings. Iba pa rin ang nasa bansang sinilangan mo. Walang discrimination kang mararamdaman. You think maayos sa ibang bansa? Get real! Ang daming mga citizen at the your dream country na struggling to meet both ends of their lives. Siyempre unahin nila mga citizen nila lagi. Iba pa rin ang mamuhay sa sarili mong bansa. Basta magipon lang for the future while you still earning pa.

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    20. Im working overseas for 4 years already and how I wish I could just go back home to the Philippines. Ibang-iba padin ang Pinas. Kumakayod lang kame ngayon to buy properties at panimula sa negosyo but once we achieve the goal, we will eventually go back to our motherland. Nasasabi nyo siguro ang mga yan because you are in the Philippines but when you are abroad, you would want to be back home. Iba parin sa pinas.

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    21. dami nyong reklamo e si Erap ng kinaya nyo. ito pang si digong na me nagagawa namang kabutihan para sa bansa?

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    22. Actually everyone, it is nit easy sa ibang bansa. Malaki nga sweldo nyo but malaki din ang gastos, minsan kulang pa. Lol, at kung ano man ang problema jan sa Pinas, andito rin. Kubg maraming a**wh*le sa Pinas dito rin. ๐Ÿ˜ Isa pa feeling mo minsan, 2nd class citizen ka. Iba parin ang feeling pag nasa Pinas sa totoo lang. Mas maganda ang buhay pag may pera ka sa Pinas. At I DON'T MINGLE WITH A LOT OF PINOYS WHERE I AM KAYA WLA AKONG PAKI SA MGA PINAY NA INGGITERA AT CHISMIS LANG INAATUPAG. ๐Ÿคฃ

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    23. To the readers of FP, kindly read the experiences of 9:53 AM, 11:50AM, 2:04PM. Totoo yan. Nag work ako overseas for several months. I experienced bullying and discrimination. You will always be treated as a second class citizen kasi you're not a native/local. Kapwa Pinoy mo either has crab mentality or ilalaglag ka. Oo masarap mag work overseas. Malaki sweldo, efficient transportation, etc. Pero sobrang lungkot. Kelangan matibay ka.

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    24. 5:36, same thoughts, son ko is only 8 years old pero I'm planning na mag aral siya abroad for college, maybe Singapore? Gusto ko if ever mag migrate siya sa Asian country pa rin kasi concern ko rin talaga pag Western country, yung discrimination. My husband is already in his mid 40s, feeling ko too late na rin if ever planning to migrate. Saka may mga properties kami dito sa Pinas, I don't want to give it up. Concern ko lang din if you're working abroad, mataas nga ang sweldo, mataas din ang cost of living, so parang quits lang. Saka ndi ko rin kakayanin lungkot, 80% of my family nasa Pinas pa. As much as I don't like how things are looking in the country, luckily for my family naman, okay pa naman buhay namin.

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    25. 9:53 i'm also in canada but i don't share your experience. i get along well with my co-workers (canadians, other immigrants,pinoys) . there's always 1 or 2 a**holes (kahit saan naman) but wa kebs. hindi naman sila nagpapasweldo sa kin. why don't you try another company?

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    26. 8:16 sis sana consider mo western country para sa anak mo. May discrimination pero mas racist ang asian. Mas protektado ang anak mo sa western country kasi ang mga HR talaga hindi tinotolerate ang racism. Sa mga Asian countries 2nd class citizen parin tayo at mas panig sila sa sariling lahi.

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    27. Madami chance for progress ang pinas. Need lang ng very good leader to do that. Sana someday. Sana yung mga taong naranasan nang tumira sa ibang bansa at na envision na sana meron ding ganung pamumuhay ang mga Pilipino

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    28. Yes, iba pa rin ang pinas pero malala talaga ang pinas ngayon. Worst. Kung may choice kayo, ang suggestion ko is wag muna iwan ang pinas for good sana. Bumoto nang tama sa mga susunod na election from local to presidential election. Magtrabaho sa ibang bansa for a while then uwi rin. Hopefully matatapos din ang pandemya at mauubos ang mga walang kwentang leader sa gobyerno. Parang impossible pero wag tayo mawawalan ng pag-asa. :(

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  3. Ang cute ng daughter nila. At very graceful sumayaw.

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  4. More fun here in the Philippines. Babalik at babalik rin mga yan.

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    1. Lol, illusion and delusions mo. I don’t find any fun in pinas at all. It’s all hardships and sufferings.

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    2. 11:40 kakawawa ka naman .. di ka siguro mahal ng pamilya at kamag-anak mo

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    3. Hahahahaha, more like, more corruption, ka mo.

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    4. 7:45, my whole family are all in Canada and we are very happy, prosperous and contented, thank you.

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  5. Sabi ng asawa ko wala na kasi basketball career si alapag kaya aalis na lang sa pilipinas. Siguro mas may maganda opportunity sila meron sa ibang bansa.

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    1. Hindi na kasi siya naglalaro dito. Mas maganda ang offer sa kanya abroad, kunuha siya ng sacramento as assistant coach.

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    2. 12:49 summer league lang yun 2019 after nun di na sya nba coach balik pilipinas sya. Ganun talaga pag wala na kikitain sa Pilipinas aalis na lang.

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    3. NBA yun kaya naman kahit ako lilipat ako doon.

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    4. Probably yun nga. Tapos parang recently lang ata yung nagka miscarriage si LJ.

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    5. 12:37 matagal na syang retire

      12:49 may successful cupcake business si LJ dito at host din sya ng isang show sa color tv

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    6. Ganun naman talaga ang mga halfies, pag wala ng career sa Pilipinas babalik sila sa bansa nila. Kung totoo ngang asst coach sya dun eh di congrats pero I doubt kung sustainable yun or permanent. Ang daming competition dun lalo na sa panahon ng pandemya.Daming jobless.

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    7. It was just a coaching camp. He still submitted resumes sa mga NBA teams at wala pa talaga nakakuha sa kanya. But being the talented player he was, I'm sure marami rin sya opportunities na iba doon aside from coaching.

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  6. Hindi sila nagkakamali lumipat for good american citizen si alapag kaya naturalized american ang mga bata automatic un

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  7. Sana all may pera para mangibang bansa at umalis sa bansang wala na atang pag asa pa umunlad at wala nang pag asa masugpo ang covid. Sa ibang bansa back to normal na ang buhay, yung ibang bansa naman halos si naapektuhan ng pandemya. Ang Pinas...nganga

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    1. I'm in the UK but we're definitely not back to normal esp. us frontliners. Stop the comparison.

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    2. 1:25am- unemployment here in america is still high as well as covid cases.di lng ang pinas ang nahihirapan.

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    3. 125 nope. I am in Germany at tumataas pa lalo ang bilang ng cases dito. Yes, parang normal but not really. Mas nakakatakot lalo nat may mga babies pa ako kasi hindi nagmamask ang mga tao sa labas at nagkukumpulan na rin.

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    4. Not TRUE na sa ibang bansa back to normal huwag TANGA, Please..

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    5. Di pa po normal sa USA at sa Japan. Worldwide apektado. Wala pa ding vaccine kaya wag solohin na Pinas lang naghihirap.

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    6. Nasasabi mo yan for kasi hindi ka pa nakakalabas ng bansa at nasubukang tumira at magtrabaho sa ibang basmsa. Not because it’s America or Europe eh mas ok na dun kesa sa sariling bansa natin.

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    7. Pinagsasabi mong back to normal na ibang bansa aling bansa?!

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    8. crisis everywhere and covid halos every country. hindi lang pilipinas mga kabayan. ns ME ako ang trabaho amg hirap...

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    9. Nakatatak kasi sa utak natin pag nasa ibang bansa hayahay na ang buhay. Manuod kasi tayo minsan ng documentary makikita natin na mas okay pa buhay natin dito sa pinas kaysa sa ibabg bansa. Baka sumuko kayo 3-4jobs ang kailangan pasukan nyo para lang mabuhay ang pamilya kung nasa ibang bansa kayo

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    10. Please read the news 1:25. We are all experiencing a pandemic worldwide. Ang Lebanon and Israel nag second lockdown. Natatakot ang Europe na mag second wave.

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    11. 1:24, it depends on what type of job you have. Kami ng asawa ko part time lang but we live comfortably. Pero di naman kasi kami maluho.

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    12. I'm here in Canada, and nope d pa kmi back to normal d2. Everyday nagttaas ang bilang ng cases. Ang mgnda lng dito nagpprovide tlga ang gonyerno and sumusunod ang tao s mask and social diatancing rules. Even big parties bawal or elese magmmulta ka ng more than 2k$. Prob s pinas ang ttigas ng ulo ng mga tao. May pagkkulang den ang gobyerno tho lhat nmn nggobyerno s ibat ibng bansa e may pagkkulang, s pinas prang normal nlng n may covid.

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    13. @1:25 nope. I’m here in Australia and we’re still on lockdown.

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  8. Wag kayong ganyan mga baks! Babangon pa din ang Pinas pagdating ng araw at tamang administrasyon. 20 years na ako sa US pero hangad ko pa rin ang mag retire jan eventually.

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    1. 1:34 ilang taon n yan sinasabi pero wla parin nangyayari. Marami parin toxic pinoy and st*pid clowns on our govt. Hopeless case n po tlga ang pinas

      PS. Kung may pera lng, magmimigrate din kmi ng family ko

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    2. Hay mas malala na ngayon sa Pilipinas. When I left 12 years ago bearable pa ang traffic and MRT was not that bad. But back then I already felt hopeless staying in the Philippines so we packed our bags and left. I love the country but I hate the government then & now. I hated that I had to pay 25% tax and yet public service sucks (even in the simplest thing as applying for your government-issued card).

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    3. 1:34, Hahahahaha, pinas will never change. It’s too lost and hopeless na. Your wait has no future.

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  9. LJ grew up in the US too.

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    1. Me too. I grew up. Just grew up.

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  10. two of my friends flew back to the US 2 weeks ago. Doon muna sila For the meantime ang toxic daw dito.. Yes citizen sila dun. Haaaay. Ako nga If ever lilipat ako gusto ko Switzerland yun nga lang mahal cost Of living dun. Maganda kasi dun tahimik wala gulo. Higit sa lahat hinde toxic maayos din ang systema. Haaay

    Napansin ko Nga dami na nag aalisan ngayon sa Pinas

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    1. Swerte ng friends mo na US citizens sila. Puede sila makakuha ng work. Pero ngayong pandemic pahirapan makakuha ng trabaho. Sa Switzerland naman kelangan marunong mag German or French, 2 of their 4 official languages. Masarap sana mag work in Europe or other developed countries pero hindi madali.

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  11. Si LJ host yan ng isang show sa color tv napapanuod ko at may successful cupcake business sya dito, anyway good luck

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  12. All of them are American citizens and I don't think anyone should question their decision. Like what others here have mentioned, you all don't know anything. You only know what you see so I think it's best to just wish the family luck and keep them in our prayers as they go through the next chapter of their lives! Peace and God bless!

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  13. I love the laid-back lifestyle in the Philippines. I want to move back pero mas mahal ang me anak sa Pinas kesa dito. Education is free tapos and mga bata nagbibike or naglalakad papasok school. Hindi din uso ang baon na pera kasi wala naman mabibilhan need magbaon talaga

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    1. Yes! Simpleng buhay Lang dito. Kesa sa pinas; you’re trying to be someone. Mas titibay character and personality mo sa ibang bansa

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  14. Sept 19 1:22 A.M.

    Ha ha ha ha haaaaaaaa ikaw na lang matitira ang saya saya๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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  15. Yes. It’s better here in the US esp now that’s pandemic, ramdam mo na binibigyan kayo ng ayuda from the government Kahit no jobs. Libre pa school. Than in the Philippines, my ranking pa Ang ayuda. Tapos mahal pa tuition, Distance learning na nga. Hay! Oh Philippines!!!!

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  16. Kayong mga nagcocomment dito thinking that better ang life outside Philippines, for sure never natry mabuhay sa ibang country. Puro lang kayo haka-haka na ang toxic ng pinas, sa ibang country back to normal na blah blah. My God. Wala pang nagbaback to normal, madami pa ding precautions eveywhere. Ang alam nio lang yung nakikita nio sa FB.

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    1. exaclty. ako nga bakasyon ko dapat ngayong taon sa pinas but due to covid na postpone. Puro haka2x na toxic sa pinas, eh toxic din dito sa labas. Mas toxic pa kamo. pinagkaiba lang, mas malaki sinasahod ko dito kesa sa sasahurin ko sa pinas. wala pang bansang nagbaback to normal. tumataas parin ang cases dito, di nalang ibinabalita yan.

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    2. 8:32, lol, it’s still worst in pinas baks. That’s a fact.

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    3. pinas is not the worst. that's more of a fact. you just hate the country and the government.

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  17. true. Thinking of migrating to canada naman. Ang hirap ng trabaho dito satin, grabe ang discrimination. To think ang liit naman ng pasahod. Sa ibamg bansa kahit anong work pwede pasukin and people will be dedma lang. At nakaka sad na ang daming corrupt officials. I know 2 people na wala namang covid but ggwin silang covid patients..for what?? Nakaka sad palpak ang healthcare syatem natin dito

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  18. Magpapaganda muna ng resume sa US, tapos babalik ng Pilipinas head coach na ang offer.

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    1. Nakuuu no need for that head coach offer.. compare natin salary sa US at dito? :)

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  19. Mga artista na dinnaging successful abroad uwi ng Pinas like Alice, Geneca, Antonette etc etc

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    1. because they don’t have a career here in US,minimum wage sila.

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  20. Nasasabi nyo ang mga yan na ayaw nyo na sa Pinas dahil wala kayo sa abroad. Once nag-abroad kayo, hahanap-hanapin nyo ang Pinas. 4 na taon pa nga lang akong nag-aabroad, gustung gusto ko ng umuwi for good dahil nasasabik ako sa pinas. Iba parin dyan, although napakamahal ng mga bilihin dyan kumapara dito sa labas pero iba eh, mas masarap parin sa lupang sinilangan.

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    1. We’re all different baks. Ako four years na ko wala sa Pinas, and I never want to go back. Maybe for a two week vacation, pero to live there? No thanks. Kakastress.

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    2. another migrant here and totally agree with you...

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    3. 9 years na kaming wala sa pinas and we have no desire at all to come back.

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    4. Depends on where you are and the kind of lifestyle you lead. It's been a long time for us and we wouldn't go back except to holiday and visit. Just reading about the systemic issues in the Philippines is enoughnto feel angsty..each time I go through the Manila airport, it's a nightmare. Again, to each his own.

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    5. Tama!!!! Ok na ung pa visit visit Lang. Pero yung living in Manila, nope!!!!

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    6. Been 8 years living outside of Pinas and sure, bumabalik ako for like 2 weeks vacay every now and then but I don't see myself retiring there. Same with 4:31, I think we all have different perspectives on this matter.

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    7. 4 years na din ako wala sa Pinas and gusto ko pa din naman bumalik for vacation lang. mahal ko ang pilipinas at namimiss ko ang mga beach, pasyalan, lalo mga pagkain pero happy pa din ako na sa Europa alo nakatira. depende yan sa migration condition mo. Kung OFW ka at mahirap trabaho mo syempre mas gugustuhin mo n nasa Pilipinas ka sana pero kng settled sa ibang bansa at hndi naman hikahos s pamumuhay, keri lang.

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    8. Baka kasi hindi mo kasama pamilya mo? Pag kasama mo ang pamilya mo ok naman manirahan sa ibang bansa especially if both you and your spouse are earning well (i.e. above median house income).

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    9. Dont generalize, family ko lng reason ko to go home and visit Pinas.

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    10. I'm 2:14, maganda naman buhay ko dito sa abroad but then I would always want to go back to my homeland. Siguro toxic para sa inyong mga taga metro manila but for us who are from visayas/Mindanao, our lives are better there. Food are cheaper esp in mindanao and the life is laidback. I totally understand those who don't wanna go back because theyre from Metro Manila. But try talking to immigrants abroad who are originally from vis/min, most of us really want to go back.

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  21. Kaya di umuunlad ang pinas.. kulang tayo sa pagmamahal sa sariling bansa.sino pa ang pasaway sila pa nagrereklamo.. kung may disiplina kahit kalahati lang ng population dito sigurado uunlad tayo. Kala niyo masarap tumira o mamuhay sa ibang bansa? Doon puro kayod dika yayaman akala mo lang malaki ang kita pag convert sa peso.. pero ang cost of living napakamahal din. So kailangan mo maghanap ng madaming trabaho. Pagod kana. Maliit ang ipon. Homesick kapa.

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    1. Buong family po sila paanong homesick? Lol kahit d yumaman basta may health care, insurance at maayos na pamumuhay.. d gaya sa pinas

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  22. Pansin ko lang sa mga celebrities na half, pinagkakakitaan na lang ang Pinas pero once na ndi na sila kumikita dito layas agad balik sa ibang bansa. Meron pang "mahal ang Pinas" pero when the going gets tough sabay layas, LOL.

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    1. BWAHAHAHA! Tama ka dyan baks. Kaya waley yung pinagsasabi ng mga losers dito na toxic daw ang pinas kaya lalayas sina alapag. Sorry!

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    2. Tama.. pero kung lahat may chance at may choice gaya nila, sino kayang magpapaiwan sa pinas.. realtalk lang

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  23. Abandoning a sinking ship.
    Kawawang Pilipinas. Ruined by politicians.
    Kunsabagay, umpisa pa lang ng Philippine government corruption and betrayal na agad ang nangyari. Di ba nga, nakipagkasundo si Aguinaldo sa mga Kano to get rid of Bonifacio.
    Pinoys aren’t meant to hold power. Madaling macorrupt.
    PH should have stayed a colony of the US.
    It could have been another HK or SG of South East Asia ๐Ÿคท๐Ÿป‍♂️

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    1. 10:05, Yup, very true. And according to climate change prediction, many areas of the Philippine archipelago will be under water when the rising sea water reaches its peak. Lulubog na talaga, literally.

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    2. Couldnt agree more

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  24. Why are people so defensive? The choice to live where you please is entirely personal. So long as it's legal and they're happy. To each his own. Also, no once can unilaterally state whether life overseas is better or worse - it's all relative. Generalizations don't make sense.

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  25. In LJ's words: When everything is back to normal we will see you all again. As a Filipino or American, so very unpatriotic of them. What a turn-off!

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    1. Anon 7:01 well it’s a good thing they dont care about what you think lol. Patriotic ka naman, keri ka na matira lol

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  26. I rather starve work hard and struggle in US UK Aussie than in Pinas

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  27. realtalk na tayo, mas maganda pa rin buhay sa US.. wag na tayong mgplastikan..

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