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@  Smithy1971 : (25 May 2017 - 06:10 AM)

Because human-rights groups have agenda's it's that simple, and they don't get any mileage from the Marawi incident.

@  BGC Dude : (25 May 2017 - 01:13 AM)

wheres tge international outrage over that?

@  BGC Dude : (25 May 2017 - 01:12 AM)

Where are the human-rights experts when innocent people are being slaughtered by extremist groups? Was the police chief that was beheaded denied his human rights by the Mautes? Where's the internationals

@  Budhah : (25 May 2017 - 12:34 AM)

ISIS took over a town/village killing 21, Marawi city of 200k people??

@  grahamuk : (24 May 2017 - 09:15 PM)

Was he planning this all along ? He was mumbling about it enough before.

@  Budhah : (24 May 2017 - 07:51 PM)

Just announced on Fox news that the Martial law may go nation wide, because of Isis killing in the South. Fear of it spreading to rest of the PI.

@  lazybugger : (24 May 2017 - 05:03 PM)

specifically I'm looking for a brake master cylinder for a Jap import Toyota

@  lazybugger : (24 May 2017 - 05:00 PM)

no was just some guy who had found a store selling autoparts, that actually had stock, and had decent prices etc etc

@  grahamuk : (24 May 2017 - 12:49 PM)

My friend brought in his big motorbike from Hong Kong a few years ago... distributed amongst several Balikbayan boxes. :D

@  pitstop : (24 May 2017 - 12:21 PM)

Sorry. Entered Shoutbox by mistake. While here anyway I recall a post on importing motor vehicles in parts. Maybe there.

@  pitstop : (24 May 2017 - 12:18 PM)

vehicle parts

@  lazybugger : (24 May 2017 - 12:00 PM)

anyone remember and can point me in the right direction pls???

@  lazybugger : (24 May 2017 - 11:59 AM)

I tried searching on the site's "search" function but no luck so far

@  lazybugger : (24 May 2017 - 11:58 AM)

I recall reading a post a few months ago about where to buy vehicle parts for cheap price...damned if I can remember where the post was

@  doctor who : (24 May 2017 - 06:36 AM)

Martial Law, stopped me in my tracks last night,, travelling between Mati, and Davao , at 9pm stopped at a road side Army inspection setup, everybody off the bus, walk through the inspection area then back on the bus, only to get stuck behind a military convoy,,

@  willie50 : (24 May 2017 - 05:41 AM)

martial law has not affected san Francisco and prosperidad on Mindanao at this moment. usually a lot of soldiers n check points

@  Pukpuk : (23 May 2017 - 11:58 PM)

@FurryFriend Start a topic and stop crowding the Shoutbox if you are going to go on about it.

@  Pukpuk : (23 May 2017 - 11:57 PM)

@FurryFriend So you have experienced Martial law have you? Well I have and I tell you it is slightly inconvenient but not to the stage you wouldn't go there. FFS you love a troll or two don't you.

@  FurryFriend : (23 May 2017 - 11:48 PM)

http://www.rappler.com/nation/170754-davao-city-lockdown-marawi-attack Davao City mayor "urged visitors to cancel their trips to Davao unless [its] very important...[and] said that if they don't want to be thoroughly inspected in multiple checkpoints, they should not come..." That doesn't sound like a rocking fun place for a week-long mongering trip.

@  FurryFriend : (23 May 2017 - 11:20 PM)

Martial law means so much more than a curfew. It's about having mobility restricted, roads closed, stores closed, flights cancelled, and possible loss of conveniences like cellphone, ATM or internet services. These are all hinderences to mongering. If there was martial law in Pampanga, you can bet AC bars will all be closed. Furthermore, martial law grants the military ability to perform civilian law enforcement. It will not be a fun moment in the Philippines when soldiers with very powerful weapons stops you, asks you questions, then demands to frisk you.



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#51 OFFLINE   JerryK52

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Posted 01 April 2016 - 04:42 PM

Olongapo City is the largest community and located right next to SBMA.
Barrio Barretto is the next community as you head north along the National Highway, a few kilpmeters up the road.
Subic City, or Calapandayan is even farther north up the highway.
 

Don't forget the Cross Roads even further north on National Highway just outside of San Antonio - small group of bars catering to the sailors stationed at the US Navy communications base near there. A bar named the Seventh Dawn was the destination for "roadtrips" that some of us would make from Olongapo on a regular basis. Usually started at the American Legion on Magsaysay for a good late breakfast, load up in one or two of our vehicles and stop at a Sari-Sari for "road pop" (bottle of Tunduay ESQ & couple of large cokes). First beer stop was always Bad Good & Ugly bar in Baretto to play a few games of 9-ball, next was the Blue Diamond in Subic City for refreshments & a good BBBJ or across the street to the Bamboo for more erotic pleasure. Then on the road to the Seventh Dawn for an afternoon of fun & games with the locals including some of our mates from the comm base. Why the Seventh Dawn, well it was a good place with a good pool table and most important they had our roadtrip theme song "Dead Skunk In The Middle Of The Road" by Loudon Wainwright on their jukebox. When one of us would drop a coin and play that song we would stop what we were doing and gather up and do our Dead Skunk imitation & dance routine. We looked like a bunch of fools but when you are young and full of life plus a considerable amount of road pop & beer it was great fun. Sometimes we would stay overnight but typically headed straight back to Po City with a few roadside piss stops. Usually ended up on Rizal Ave at Mom's for taco's and Perla's for a nightcap before heading home for the night.

 

Don't forget to look left and then look right or you might end up as a dead skunk in the middle of the road!

 

Edit: Note this was in the early & mid 70's and yes things were way way better back then.


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Posted 10 April 2016 - 11:55 PM

I don't remember much from Subic City when I went there for first time 1986. What I do remember was the most important. Some little LBFM asked me, "do you like swallow?"

When I went back in 87' I hung out Baretto at the Booby Trap. Used to the same girl, if I remember correctly, her name was Luz Mondejar. Damon should have stayed in touch with instead Filipina I got with back in Sandog. It would have been cheaper!

Often wonder how many kids I had running around there I did not know about.

The good old days!

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Posted 13 April 2016 - 08:34 PM

Does anyone remember the name of any hotels in Barrio B? Also, Gordon and Rizal Ave -- same time period (86-90)



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Posted 13 April 2016 - 10:57 PM

During 86-88, I would stay at "By The Sea Inn" when over nighting in the barrio.

They are still open.


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Posted 13 April 2016 - 11:06 PM

Does anyone remember the name of any hotels in Barrio B? Also, Gordon and Rizal Ave -- same time period (86-90)

the early years I was there, 83-89, you went to the girls place. Sometimes a stay in some times they had their own place. Dont remember any hotels in Barretto other than the one across from sitting bull and a couple massage place like Samarai. There were a few in Olongapo but I only remember them being on Magsaysay and Rizal.
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Posted 14 April 2016 - 03:17 AM

There were a few in Olongapo but I only remember them being on Magsaysay and Rizal.


Was there a hotel on Gordon just off of Magsaysay, where Granny's Inn is now?

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Posted 14 April 2016 - 03:40 AM

I remember seeing a marmont sign corner of gordon and magsaysay for years

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Posted 28 April 2016 - 05:49 PM

Not true. I was there in 90/91 and saw a few Peso shows (one really cute half/Irish/Pinoy with redish brown hair and
beautiful pink nipple tits....also took a group of old guys down to Marylans (spelling?) which if I remember was one of
the first bars on the left as you entered Subic City.

As for run down? It was always run down. My first visit was 79 back when Marcos was in power. Curfew at midnight.
Good times though. Remember Genesis Club and also Iron Butterfly2. Great bars for different reasons.

 

 

Ahhh Marylen's  I used to have their business card....  "best cock suckers in the world"   

 

Yep my first trip to PI was then.... Magsaisai Blvd... bar after bar... You go over the bridge one of the first bars on your left was a place called  IN CONCERT....

 

Saw some amazing acts... dude doing Hendrix that was INSANE.... saw a quartet doing Led Zepplin music that other than the vocals sounded just like Zepplin... HUGE bar.... massive stage  lots and lots of girls



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Posted 13 November 2016 - 09:24 AM

the early years I was there, 83-89, you went to the girls place. Sometimes a stay in some times they had their own place. Dont remember any hotels in Barretto other than the one across from sitting bull and a couple massage place like Samarai. There were a few in Olongapo but I only remember them being on Magsaysay and Rizal.

 

Travel lodge was one on the right hand side as you were walking from the main gate.It was still open with the same sign when I was there a few years ago.



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Posted 06 January 2017 - 02:25 AM

Hello Folks, I was in Barrio Baretto in 1986.  I was on an Australian Submarine (HMAS Otama) berthed in Subic Navy Base.  We had an American host submarine and a few of their guys suggested going to the Island Girls Bar.  They said it was run by an American Veteran. We were in town for a week or so waiting on spare parts to come from Australia.  Our submarine hit a whale and damaged the periscope.  Anyway, I had a girlfriend at the Island Girls Bar and there was two songs that I used to play on the Jukebox.  One was "Say You, Say Me" by Lionel Ritchie and another song "Butterfly" by Jim ED Brown.  When I listen to them now I am transported back in time to that bar and that bar girl.  Would anybody have any photos of that bar and of the girls that worked there.  Thankyou.



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Posted 06 January 2017 - 04:04 AM

Back in the day the Marmont was a super cool place, late 70's early 80's stayed there every time we flew into Cubi Point...back then they had the water fall going and the girls were in long dresses...we would always get lubed up by the pool and by night time head out on the town....had a deal worked out with a taxi driver named Romney, we would fill his cab up and he would use it during the day when we were flying and at night he would drive us around for free...good times back then....



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Posted 15 January 2017 - 06:34 AM

I remember in the 1980's a bunch of us would get a ''special'' blue jeepney and a case of beer for the ride to Samuri Massage in barrio, barretto. After a massage and extra's we would then bar hop along National Highway which was a dirt road then,and usually ended up at Buzzards to watch the lbfms do some mud wrestling.

Buzzards is the last bar on the right, now just a shell of a place.I heard they may put a Mcdonalds there? It must be true, a bar girl told me so.



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Posted 16 January 2017 - 03:31 PM

We had a division party at Buzzards. I remember having mud wrestling with the ladies.

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Posted 16 January 2017 - 06:30 PM

I remember in the 1980's ....... bar hop along National Highway which was a dirt road then...............

While living in the Subic Bay area (Olongapo & San Antonio) during the 1970s I recall the Natl Hwy being paved from Olongapo all the way up past San Antonio . During that time I made hundreds of trips up and down that road on my Honda 750 and CJ5 Jeep. Recall a number of pot holed rough stretches especially during & right after rainy season. If there were any major washouts during a bad storm that the locals would not fix then the local Seabee detatchment would go out and effect repairs. Standing policy by the Area Commander was that the road between the Navy port facility at Olongapo and the Navy CommSta would always be maintained in reasonable condition.  Same policy was in place on roads between Olongapo and Navy site up on Santa Rita and the road between Clark Field and Capas Tarlac location of Camp O'Donnell & NavRadTransFac. 



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Posted 17 January 2017 - 02:39 AM

Was still dirt in the 80's going past the cemetary into baretto. Couldnt get a trike to go at nite for any price

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Posted 17 January 2017 - 07:53 PM

In 86 it was paved all the way, with the potholes

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Posted 27 March 2017 - 02:01 AM

Sometimes we stopped on our way back from Subic City.25 pesos to the dollar back then and a short time was 100 pesos.Abracadabra,Rambler and Rock Lobster were the 3 main ones we used to go to.






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