This is probably one of the top 5 posts I’ve read about the Philippines this year. Marketman’s Running Survey In the survey I am running (or if you read this later, survey that I ran), it seems some 40% of readers actually think the Philippines is POORER than it is, in other words, a fairly […]
My condolances. Filipino doctor dies while fleeing rebels in Congo By Cynthia Balana Philippine Daily Inquirer First Posted 17:54:00 04/06/2010 Filed Under: insurgency, Overseas Employment, Foreign affairs & international relations MANILA, Philippines—A Filipino doctor working with a United Nations contractor died on Easter Sunday while he and his colleagues were evacuating to safer ground after […]
Early on, the marginal value of this complexity is positive—each additional bit of complexity more than pays for itself in improved output—but over time, the law of diminishing returns reduces the marginal value, until it disappears completely. At this point, any additional complexity is pure cost. via The Collapse of Complex Business Models « Clay […]
This gnawed at me. Look at the pic here The same people who are so against healthcare reform are probably disproportionately the ones who will benefit.
Which is why we cannot understand why you had to fake the circumstances of Danny’s unfortunate illness and eventual demise and therein lie to the people. Your father did obtain a loan from the GSIS, for 16,000 pesos to build the house, which was not a small amount in those days. He bought a 560-square […]