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January 11, 2009

Ako Pinoy

Filed under: General — Donald @ 7:23 am

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Recently I fixed the fan in my cheap hotel room by stripping the wire with my teeth and using my underwear to establish the contact. My lawyer says the photo documentation of that maneuver qualifies me for citizenship. I am Filipino!

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  1. you are becoming unhinged in the tropical heat–acting like McGyver with your skivvies!

    Comment by scott — January 14, 2009 @ 1:55 am

  2. I was thinking the same thing….too much McGyver. You know that was Ed’s nickname at Chrysler. He is sooo proud of your rigging of your drawers.

    Comment by Donna Smietana — February 7, 2009 @ 10:46 pm

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  7. Hey there!! Happy Thanksgiving!!!! Thanksgiving is 1 of my favorite hoyliads, and each yr I like to get into the mood-extend the holiday, since it were-by reading Thanksgiving novels. Not surprisingly, these stories are mostly about families, about coming together to heal old hurts and giving them thanks for the gift of love. . . #You Are Better Off These days Than You Had been two Years Ago?

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  8. Glad to see that you’re still able to find beauty dspeite the sadness that accompanied your homecoming. There’s no place like home.Graces last blog post.. 0 likes

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  10. , free accomodation, oh ah.. Kapag narkpaega na, bili kami ng mga ilang furnitures, so far wala eh, wala tuloy laman ang aming haybol. At ang kalat, wahhhh! sa room ng mga bata, everyday Mare, tuwing hapon ang aking sentimyento, siguro mas maige, konti lang toys ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~PETIT,Yup, cleaning can be a challenge if you have a big house like ours. But, since I don’t work, I shouldn’t have any problem cleaning. But, hey..blogging can’t wait, ehehehe!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~CLARISSA,Lika na, tulong tulong tayo maglinis, di kasi ako natatapos kaka visit sa aking blog at kaka blog hop, hahaha! Pare pareho pala tayong mga SAHM, ang sarap sana, pero minsan kakainip din. HAVE A GOOD DAY TO ALL AND THANKS FOR COMING TO MY SITE.. MUAHHH!!!

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  12. Of course with the passion of a “true believer” you push your partisan rhetoric. You are not in some form trying to represent that Scott represents the common man are you? Scott is not interested in balancing the budget he is interested in expanding the power, control and wealth of the corporate oligarchy. The irony of it all is that people such as yourself are willing pawns, true believers in this scripted, deliberate manipulation of a grass roots populist movement by corporate extremists.

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