Alam ko marami magagalit sakin or maiinis sa post ko na ito, dahil buwan ng wika, hayaan niyo muna ako baybayin ang storya ko sa wikang Filipino. Sigurado, inyong ikagagalak na ang inyong lingkod ay marunung magsulat sa ganitong paraan. Na ang inyong lingkod ay hindi lamang puro benta dito, benta doon, pyesa dito, kotse doon, na mayroong intelihenteng patnubay sa likod ng bawat takatak ng pilak na komputer. Filipino, lahing pinakakamamahal ko, at minsan, masakit man tanggapin at kinahihiya ko. Tuwing nababalita sa angulong mali, sa dyaryo man or sa internet, tuwing nakikiipagsuntukan sa international stage (hindi mma at boxing ang aking minumungkahi) at shempre pa, kapag nangingibang-bansa kami ni Tania at nakikita at malinaw na agwat ng teknolohiya at sa kabilang dako, mababaw man itong pakinggan, at ugali at kalinisan ng isang pangkaraniwang tao, propesyonal man siya, or simpleng manggagawa.
Balik English na tayo guys.
Well I’ll say it straight. Thailand is not an excuse for using fake. Thats it. If you’re selling fake parts, please state that its a copy, when you’re selling fake parts, indicate its real price. What I commonly observe is masking and by saying that, I mean certain individuals mask the true identity of a wheel or any other product’s identity by not stating its full details. Therefore, of course, blinding the buyer and surely, teaching and feeding the community or the newbies of the interwebs the wrong information. It is as if certain people, when I talk to them and reveal prices of the real good stuff from the states or Japan, they get surprised and almost get a heart attack. By that example, babad na babad ang tao sa fake stuff na ang buong akala nila, its what solely exists in the market. Have you ever encountered a guy pointing at a legendary name and calling it naturally, of no doubt and pure confidence its “fake name”? Saklap diba. Guys do not get me wrong, Thailand is cool, and they offer so much compared to our side of motorsports, you can have all our Thai and multi-colored badges and parts. “Hype pa more” sabi ng isang purist, ok lang naman yun, as long as you have a true and complete grasp on what a Thai setup looks like, rather than making it as your biggest and concrete excuse to go balls out on fake parts and a wacky setup which, I’m sure, will make the Thai guys themselves, scratch their heads. Trust me I know a lot.
So there you go, a 5 minute blog by yours truly. Have a great week ahead guys. Ang dami nagaaway sa newsfeed na groups masyado mainit. Lunes palang yan ah. 🙂