Second post for the B Drivers of Manila series will be this Toyota Innova in Trinoma Parking Lot entrance.
This Toyota Innova (plate number AAP 5166) teaches us how to “cut” and enter the parking lot “courteously”. I am just happy I acted cool that day or else… hehehe. The Trinoma parking guard noticed that I was just smiling (ngiting aso hahaha) and was shaking my head in amazement, so the guard sheepishly smiled back and told me “Ser, pag pasensyahan nyo na lang, baka nagmamadali“.
Video taken by yours truly using Transcend DP220 (worth a gadget review post here at menardconnect.com soon) last February 25, 2016 at Trinoma Mall Parking entrance (North Parking if i remember it correctly), Quezon City.
Drive safely! Ingat lang tayo lahat palagi! Always be safe ok?
I recently bought a dash-cam and I’m playing with it whenever I have free time. With the dash cam I am also trying to learn a new skill this year (video editing hihihi 🙂 ) because I think its cool to learn a new skill that is different from my usual field of expertise. Mashing the dash-cam and video editing learning experience, an idea came to my mind: Why not do a blogging experiment? I will be posting some videos in social media and do accompanying blog post about the vids here in Menardconnect.com. Sounds interesting lah? Let’s get started…
First post for the B Drivers of Manila series will be G-Liner Bus in Manila. On why the series will be called “B Drivers of Manila” I will explain in a future post. But for now here is the video for G-Liner Bus (plate number ASA 4292) in Manila (and how they seem to lord over the streets of city of Manila every day).
First of all thank you for the link you have given my Manila Bankers SMS Spam 2013 post from your “Warning Manila Bankers Will Call You for Sensitive Data” article. It’s good to know that we have some common topics and advocacies for our websites.
I will go direct to the point. I am writing this open letter to let you know that upon reading your “Warning Manila Bankers Will Call You for Sensitive Data”
But I got no reply, so I decided to try my luck here and write you this letter.
I’m not “madamot“. I’m not selfish. I’m really a nice guy (well… most of the time). I’m also one tweet or one email away if you want to use my image for your website. We are both Filipino blogger and as much as I can I support fellow Pinoys here in the blogosphere.
Actually if the image you posted got no watermark I will be cool.
Kung walang watermark yan image sa website mo wala tayong pag-uusapan. Mabait ako, madali ako kausap. Ni-link mo naman yung post ko sa blog post so OK lang ako e.
But watermarking an image that does not belong to you is kinda “unethical” don’t you think???
Again, I’m just one tweet or one email away (via my contact page). With that message I’m ending this post.
I made my move.
Your turn now.
All the best,
I have contacted Newsgra.ph folks via their Facebook page yesterday and raised my concern. They have addressed it and they have apologized for the inconvenience. All is good now!