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      1. Whenever I chance upon a scene like this and it is not in a rush, I do pause briefly and we engage in a short, small conversation. I’m usually asked in English where I’m from and how long I’m here, and I try and practice a few Tagalog words I know on them. No politics (that’s the city of Manila mayor’s picture hanging there, Estrada, also an ex-president), but the weather is freely discussed and it’s always the same – mainit (hot) 😉

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      2. Stephen, thank you for the insight description of such events. It’s nice to know about politics issue. It was in 1996 when I was in Bagio City. There I attended a number of Rotary meetings and there was lots of discussion of politic.

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