Corona virus Metro Manila

When I was here in 2004? they had Cuban cigars in the airport (they said "made In Cuba"). They were wrapped a bit tight, so maybe they were Dominicans.

Philippine Destiny :

eat drink and be merry...for tomorrow we get a mild fever and a slight cough


W9XR :
Munchie :

My god, we are all going to perish and languish in hell and you guys are talking about black olives, imported kidney beans and provolone cheese. LOL

Perish . . . . . . I don't think so.

Languish in hell. . . . . I don't think so.

While you're languishing in hell. . . . . . I will be enjoying my Cheese Stake Hoagie  with a Sam Miguel. 

My biggest problem today is where do I find decent sour cream, In and Out burgers,  $1 Cigars, or a draw poker machine in a Manila Casino, not reserving a place in hell.

Munchie, I hope you will not perish and languish in hell.

Maybe I'd include a cigarette to!!

:D

"[But think about this, asymptomatic technically means they have the virus in their system but not in sufficient quantity to cause illness. "

It is counter intuitive , but testing has so far shown that people who are asymptomatic actually have more virus in their system than people with symptoms.  They are not sure why that is.

MANILA, Philippines — The number of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases in the country could reach **75,000 in five months if efforts to contain the spread of the virus fail, Interior and Local Government Secretary Eduardo Año warned yesterday

With what's happening here in Metro Manila, I feel like printing a t-shirt that says: "RESPECT THE SOCIAL DISTANCING" or "RESPECT MY SOCIAL DISTANCING" with a picture of the virus.

FilAmericanMom :

With what's happening here in Metro Manila, I feel like printing a t-shirt that says: "RESPECT THE SOCIAL DISTANCING" or "RESPECT MY SOCIAL DISTANCING" with a picture of the virus.

Agreed...but they would not understand...maybe we should print    T-shirts with words like "NO SPITTING/URINATING IN PUBLIC" for a start!

Philippine Destiny :

When I was here in 2004? they had Cuban cigars in the airport (they said "made In Cuba"). They were wrapped a bit tight, so maybe they were Dominicans.

Some time back, I visited Resorts Casino to check them out, since I was from Las Vegas. They had Cigars and picked one out. I handed them 1,000 PHP expecting change and they told me it was not enough, one cigar was 2200 PHP. I went home Cigarless, also left about $40 USD behind playing Blackjack.

My step son bought me a box of five cigars, made in the Philippines, excellent quality. Smoked one and chewed the other four.

While dinning at The Filing Station, (I highly recommend), the restaurant is located on the second floor. Downstairs they had a good variety of Booze & Cigars.

:D

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