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  1. A village called briza (part 3)

    by , 01-26-2010 at 11:26 PM
    I don't know why developers are not being charged for criminal negligence?
    Our village has a perimeter wall.
    Our developer left a hole uncovered just outside the walls they constructed.
    It was the hole that they excavated before they built that perimeter fence.
    But they just left it open for years now.
    Just last month, a dead body was found inside that hole by the wall.
    It turned out that it was there for four months now.
    The relatives of the old ...
  2. Forum Bullies

    by , 01-25-2010 at 07:56 PM
    I noticed that forum bullies are increasing in number.
    They befriend moderators
    and work their ways into banning forumers who they do not like.

    They started by giving personal attacks on their threads.
    The intentionally provoke this thread starter to go down to their level--
    and when the thread starter answers back,
    they report him for violation.
    Its been their pattern for a long time. And they are increasing in number.

  3. A village called Briza (part 2)

    by , 01-25-2010 at 07:46 PM
    Its been years since briza was turned over to its homeowners by aboitizland.
    But still the village officers wants to protect the interest of the developer,
    rather than promoting the welfare of their homeowners.

    They continued following unreasonable regulations placed by aboitizland on their so called covenant.
    For example,
    they want homeowners to place their TV antenna at the middle of your easement area
    where it becomes an obstacle to the supposed ...

    Updated 01-25-2010 at 07:50 PM by Soul Doctor

  4. Why I'll never miss Marikina

    by , 10-01-2009 at 07:55 AM
    The first time I was in Marikina was June 19, 2007.
    I went there to promote Powerchess since I heard people there were very sports minded. It was just a side trip though. I planned to play Powerchess with GM Eugene Torre that time. We were scheduled to meet in the evening at the Richmonde hotel in Ortigas.
    So I have time to visit Marikina that day. I took a jeepney from a terminal in Farmers Cubao to Marikina.

    As soon as I got there I was really impressed.
    It ...
  5. The village called Briza (part 2)

    by , 09-05-2009 at 11:35 AM
    The first year we lived here it was run by the Property Management Team of the Aboitizland.
    Headed by Mr. Allan Alfon, who falsified documents
    and claim that he is a homeowner so he can position himself as an officer of the village.

    The first problem I encountered is with my water meter.

    The Aboitizland property management team created a "one way" covenant with homeowner declaring that they can cut your water supply if you failed to follow ...
  6. This village called Briza (Part 1)

    by , 09-03-2009 at 08:21 AM
    At the first glance, our village looks like the ideal place to settle in.
    It has a 24 hour a day security.
    Spacious streets and fair looking houses.
    To an outsider it is a beautiful place to live in.

    But inside it feels that you are in another country run by a dictator.
    There is no freedom for you as a homeowner,
    or at least that's how they want to make you feel.

    By they, I meant the BHAI (Briza Homeowner's Association Inc.) officers. ...
  7. Why some "Religious" persons become terrible persons

    by , 06-07-2009 at 11:10 PM
    Look around for a very "religious" person and examine closely how he interacts with other fellows.
    The person you see frequently in church is a different person when he or she gets home.

    A woman you frequently see in church, she carries a rosary, prayer booklet in her pocket, and wears all the symbols that tells of her being a religious woman. But when she gets home- she turns into a monster- berating other people, shouting hurtful words to family members and house ...
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