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Re: Guindulman Public Market
« Reply #60 on: May 26, 2010, 10:51:21 AM »
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  • WOW! Bongga....

    Unsa man ang financing ani? Grant or Loan?

    Scary, how a small town can pay for the amortization of this market? Well, if the stalls will be fully occupied, then there will be no problem meeting the financial requirements. Assuming there are vendors, are there buyers too?  Considering the economy in Guindulman, I doubt if the people has that spending capabilities like the big city.

    I don’t want to sound presumptuous (forgive me) but , I can’t help thinking that  right now we can see a WHITE ELEPHANT on the making in the heart of Guindulman. Another administrative blunder should I say. Tssskk.

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    Re: Guindulman Public Market
    « Reply #61 on: May 26, 2010, 01:51:04 PM »
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  • Sakto jud ning pulong nga white elephant. Leasing a stall is so expensive just to think of overhead expenses. Kon nia ko sa Tagbi, anha man ko mamalengke sa gawas, kanang gagmay nga tindahan ang akong palitan. Ganahan sab ko ug tabo, Martes ug Biyernes kay barato ang saging sarabya.


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    Re: Guindulman Public Market
    « Reply #62 on: May 26, 2010, 02:38:44 PM »
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  • Sakto jud ning pulong nga white elephant. Leasing a stall is so expensive just to think of overhead expenses. Kon nia ko sa Tagbi, anha man ko mamalengke sa gawas, kanang gagmay nga tindahan ang akong palitan. Ganahan sab ko ug tabo, Martes ug Biyernes kay barato ang saging sarabya.

    Mao pod mi, anha mi sa Mangga kada hapon mangatang og isda kay mas barato kay sa supermarket, tapos presko pa gyud.


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    Re: Guindulman Public Market
    « Reply #63 on: May 26, 2010, 07:51:17 PM »
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    Re: Guindulman Public Market
    « Reply #64 on: May 27, 2010, 10:13:59 AM »
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  • BWAHAHAHAHHAHA!

    Ang BANGHAG bow! ;D

    Bob, mag sigi ko agik-ik sa imong tulay kay kani among pagka byahedor, na picture nako nga nag palami mi ug paturatoy sa tulay unya ning kalit ug liko kay gi sumpay ang mga wa nag TAKDO!!! hahahahhaha!

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    Re: Guindulman Public Market
    « Reply #65 on: May 27, 2010, 08:11:48 PM »
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  • Everyone has his or her opinions on lots of things and issues.

    And each leader has his or her own way of leading group of people or community based on financial resources, current political aura, personal life experiences and community needs. This mayor is given the authority to decide lots of things being an elected official (if you have a problem with her winning stint, then blame it to the people who gave her good votes) and she should make decisions on lots of things.

    There are so many ways in killing a cockroach like there are so many ways to lead our town or decide how this market would look like as its end result.

    As long as at the end of the day, the Mayor is doing what is good for the town / community, that is what she is elected for. I have no problem her building this market as long as everything is LEGAL, then she has my approval, period.

    I only have a problem with those people who open their mouths saying they can do better but have not proven to actually had done things to reflect what they are saying. I also have problems with those who are running for elected offices trying to get what the governements can do for them like monthly salaries town and baranggay officials, instead of thinking what they can do for the people they are serving or their country or community.

    You should have your personal resources already on board that can sustain your life as a public servant or elected public official. Because commitment and voluntary public service is what these work is all about. If you do not have enough personal resources, then leave public office and work somewhere else to make a living other than extracting money from people's money being a public official.

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    Re: Guindulman Public Market
    « Reply #66 on: May 28, 2010, 03:16:27 AM »
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  • Everyone has his or her opinions on lots of things and issues.

    And each leader has his or her own way of leading group of people or community based on financial resources, current political aura, personal life experiences and community needs. This mayor is given the authority to decide lots of things being an elected official (if you have a problem with her winning stint, then blame it to the people who gave her good votes) and she should make decisions on lots of things.

    There are so many ways in killing a cockroach like there are so many ways to lead our town or decide how this market would look like as its end result.

    As long as at the end of the day, the Mayor is doing what is good for the town / community, that is what she is elected for. I have no problem her building this market as long as everything is LEGAL, then she has my approval, period.

    I only have a problem with those people who open their mouths saying they can do better but have not proven to actually had done things to reflect what they are saying. I also have problems with those who are running for elected offices trying to get what the governements can do for them like monthly salaries town and baranggay officials, instead of thinking what they can do for the people they are serving or their country or community.

    You should have your personal resources already on board that can sustain your life as a public servant or elected public official. Because commitment and voluntary public service is what these work is all about. If you do not have enough personal resources, then leave public office and work somewhere else to make a living other than extracting money from people's money being a public official.

    Ouch!

    But naaaah, I am here to stir things up a bit and not to kiss ass, especially if it's the politician kind. I would rather "be a thorn on the side to afflict the comfortable."

    Yes, I AM A NOBODY but that does not deter me from writing my thoughts in this forum. We are a democracy, remember? I can criticise whomever and whatever needs to. You would not want to suppress that, would you BIG BROTHER?

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    Re: Guindulman Public Market
    « Reply #67 on: May 28, 2010, 03:56:44 AM »
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  • Yes, you can criticize somebody and expect some people to defend what is right or whoever is doing good and that is just a given.

    Yes, you can say whatever you want and at the end of discussion, it boils down to this: it is my right to express my opinions. Duh, it's an old story. I believe in that since it's true but is an old blah (sort of an excuse for trying to hurt somebody).

    I still believe that people can defend other people esp. if they are doing the right thing or doing something good for the community or placing things in correct perspectives. Like you know, fair is fair.

    I hope you guys post something that is fair and square because people know better even if they are not responding.  Please do yourself and your townmates a favor. 

    Just make sure that when you state your opinions, they are way too strong to be toppled down. Otherwise, you are just wasting your time and of others'.   

    Nobody wants to suppress your right to express your opinions but expect people to respond to them to wake you up. And you know that already. You are such a waste of time if that is the case.

    You can suggest better ideas and proposals and do them actually yourself with your bare hands, and not just trying to be a pain in the neck. That will be appreciated. Or perhaps you start a community project that will help this community. 


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    Re: Guindulman Public Market
    « Reply #68 on: May 28, 2010, 04:13:46 AM »
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  • Yes, you can criticize somebody and expect some people to defend what is right or whoever is doing good and that is just a given.

    Yes, you can say whatever you want and at the end of discussion, it boils down to this: it is my right to express my opinions. Duh, it's an old story. I believe in that since it's true but is an old blah (sort of an excuse for trying to hurt somebody).

    I still believe that people can defend other people esp. if they are doing the right thing or doing something good for the community or placing things in correct perspectives. Like you know, fair is fair.

    I hope you guys post something that is fair and square because people know better even if they are not responding.  Please do yourself and your townmates a favor. 

    Just make sure that when you state your opinions, they are way too strong to be toppled down. Otherwise, you are just wasting your time and of others'.   

    Nobody wants to suppress your right to express your opinions but expect people to respond to them to wake you up. And you know that already. You are such a waste of time if that is the case.

    You can suggest better ideas and proposals and do them actually yourself with your bare hands, and not just trying to be a pain in the neck. That will be appreciated. Or perhaps you start a community project that will help this community. 



    so, you think you know better, eh? the onus is on you to impress us with what you've done for the betterment of humankind. why? you're the one with the holier than thou posts here.

    methinks i continue to post what i want to. i have met some kindred souls here who would agree and disagree with me at the same time.

    waste people's time? that's a point of view if you ask me.

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    Re: Guindulman Public Market
    « Reply #69 on: May 28, 2010, 04:27:14 AM »
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  • I have no problem her building this market as long as everything is LEGAL, then she has my approval, period.

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    Re: Guindulman Public Market
    « Reply #70 on: May 28, 2010, 04:30:44 AM »
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  • Ouch!

    But naaaah, I am here to stir things up a bit and not to kiss ass, especially if it's the politician kind. I would rather "be a thorn on the side to afflict the comfortable."

    Yes, I AM A NOBODY but that does not deter me from writing my thoughts in this forum. We are a democracy, remember? I can criticise whomever and whatever needs to. You would not want to suppress that, would you BIG BROTHER?

    Everyone has his or her opinions on lots of things and issues.

    And each leader has his or her own way of leading group of people or community based on financial resources, current political aura, personal life experiences and community needs. This mayor is given the authority to decide lots of things being an elected official (if you have a problem with her winning stint, then blame it to the people who gave her good votes) and she should make decisions on lots of things.

    There are so many ways in killing a cockroach like there are so many ways to lead our town or decide how this market would look like as its end result.

    As long as at the end of the day, the Mayor is doing what is good for the town / community, that is what she is elected for. I have no problem her building this market as long as everything is LEGAL, then she has my approval, period.

    I only have a problem with those people who open their mouths saying they can do better but have not proven to actually had done things to reflect what they are saying. I also have problems with those who are running for elected offices trying to get what the governements can do for them like monthly salaries town and baranggay officials, instead of thinking what they can do for the people they are serving or their country or community.

    You should have your personal resources already on board that can sustain your life as a public servant or elected public official. Because commitment and voluntary public service is what these work is all about. If you do not have enough personal resources, then leave public office and work somewhere else to make a living other than extracting money from people's money being a public official.

    I see, a new guideline to run for public office, rich and able! Hmmmm...interesting.
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    « Reply #71 on: May 28, 2010, 04:33:40 AM »
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  • I see, a new guideline to run for public office, rich and able! Hmmmm...interesting.


    yes wolf, and it carries the slogan VOX PECUNIAE, VOX DEI (The voice of Money is the voice of God)

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    « Reply #72 on: May 28, 2010, 06:47:57 AM »
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  • yes wolf, and it carries the slogan VOX PECUNIAE, VOX DEI (The voice of Money is the voice of God)

    Wow, gone is "Vox Populi, Vox Dei, the voice of the people is the voice of God. Admittedly, there was a dramatic alteration/transformation in the real meaning of leadership and power.

    Too sad, not only our natural resources are denuded but also the morals of our people. To add more insult, we are known as deeply religious.  Hypocrites abound, what else I can say.
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    Re: Guindulman Public Market
    « Reply #73 on: May 28, 2010, 02:14:08 PM »
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  • Wow, gone is "Vox Populi, Vox Dei, the voice of the people is the voice of God. Admittedly, there was a dramatic alteration/transformation in the real meaning of leadership and power.

    Too sad, not only our natural resources are denuded but also the morals of our people. To add more insult, we are known as deeply religious.  Hypocrites abound, what else I can say.


    How sad if this case proves to be that of a place being lorded over by rich and ambitious hypocrites who, to add insult to injury, enjoy the support of incompetent sycophants.
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    Re: Guindulman Public Market
    « Reply #74 on: May 28, 2010, 02:20:06 PM »
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  • The poor can run for office but they have to stay poor or whatever financial capability they were in (or personal income from businesses they started) prior to running for an office or career that they choose other than being a public official.

    When public officials start to get rich, you know that there is a chance that they are stealing funds from the people and government treasury. They are liable and be jailed if found guilty, plain and simple. Somebody should be jailed already by now to teach these corrupt public officials big lessons. That is plain logic.

    If you are rich already and would like to run for a public office, then maybe that is much better. You just have to disclose your assets and money so you will not be accused of stealing prior to serving a public office. Maybe this is a good rule, no problem. You have the money and leave the people's money alone to important community projects and important government transactions.

    Public servants are not supposed to be rich while they are in power. The job is voluntary and they should not be compensated. It becomes a problem if the poor public servant becomes rich from stealing public funds and illegal briberies.

    Watch out. You might be taking these points out of context. As long as you do not steal money for your daily needs living on your income with your career or whatever financially stability you are in and get rich from stealing people's money, that is always the rule.

    Stop being narrow - minded folks and do not twist opinions around making such good opinions look bad. That is wrong and you should not do that to anyone. That is plain outrageous.

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    Re: Guindulman Public Market
    « Reply #75 on: May 28, 2010, 02:25:21 PM »
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  • yes wolf, and it carries the slogan VOX PECUNIAE, VOX DEI (The voice of Money is the voice of God)

    Your interpretation is totally wrong and out of context. If you have nothing better to do but to create some confusion, chaos or bad arguments, people should leave you alone.

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    « Reply #76 on: May 28, 2010, 02:28:57 PM »
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  • Your interpretation is totally wrong and out of context. If you have nothing better to do but to create some confusion, chaos or bad arguments, people should leave you alone.

    your choice, mate. so far, nobody have given me the 'deaf' treatment.

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    « Reply #77 on: May 28, 2010, 02:31:09 PM »
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  • your choice, mate. so far, nobody have given me the deaf treatment.

    No worries, I will and I will leave you alone. That is a promise.

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    « Reply #78 on: May 28, 2010, 02:40:07 PM »
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  • No worries, I will and I will leave you alone. That is a promise.

    You obviously have substance. I hope you will share it to us here in the forum. I guess we'll just have to agree to disagree.

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    Re: Guindulman Public Market
    « Reply #79 on: May 29, 2010, 07:54:58 AM »
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  • How sad if this case proves to be that of a place being lorded over by rich and ambitious hypocrites who, to add insult to injury, enjoy the support of incompetent sycophants.

    what a state to be in.  in the world of incompetents, the sycophant is king?
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