Here’s another one from Italy!
Nice! Isn’t it?! Can anyone ask Mario Frangoulis to send me love also?! He He He!
And what about MLQ3? He He He! Send me your love!!!
Ok. Now, let’s go back to Dagupan City! Here’s one from – remember her? That’s Ubanized with her band! They perform at Padi’s Point at the Metro Mall in Dagupan!
And here’s a lettah from some shy admirer! She’s dambuhalang engkantada! Don’t I get lucky if somebody get’s bored and start punching the keyboard and would eventually land in my site? What am I? Tiga-paligaya nang mga nagboboro sa buhay? Yan ba ang aking purpose in life?! He He He!
Thank you, Dambuhalang Engkantada. Yong mga impakto sa opis nyo? Daganan mo na lang para matapos na ang paghihirap mo.
Dagdagan ko? Ow? How?
And to follow up on our Tondominium:
Maganda ang sagutan nang mga headline nang news. Para silang nag-ba-balagtasan. Nakakatuwa. Minsan, di mo na kailangan nang opinion. Pagsamahin mo na lang ang news. Eto ang sample.
LAPU-LAPU CITY, Philippines — Business process outsourcing (BPO) firms have expressed concern over the effects of the strong peso on their operations and are considering seeking government help.
“The rapid rise of the peso has caught BPOs flatfooted. It caught us unprepared,” said Oscar Sañez, chief executive of the Business Processing Association of the Philippines (BPAP) on the sidelines of the Cebu ICT 2007 conference.
The peso has repeatedly surged since late 2006, fueled by strong overseas remittances, rising foreign investments, and a generally positive economic outlook.
Ayan ha? Nasaan kaya si Howie Severino? Sana, nabasa nya to. Na merong government tax subsidy na pina-plano sa mga call centers. Pero, walang pinaplanong government tax subsidy sa housing para masolve yong Tondominium series nya. Anyway, ang sagot naman nang DTI sa problema nang mga call centers ay eto.
DAVAO CITY, Philippines – What could be the woe of call centers in Metro Manila with regards the strong peso could be an opportunity for provincial cities, a local government official said.
Teodulo Pasawa, city director of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), on Thursday said a stronger currency could push more call centers to relocate outside of Metro Manila to take advantage of its cheaper pool of English-proficient workers.
The dollar is currently pegged at about P46.58, and Pasawa said the peso’s strong gains for the past months have caught many call centers flatfooted.
“Since most of them quote their labor expenses in dollars, this may force them to look for other alternatives outside of Metro Manila to cut down on cost,” he said.