Rainy days again in the Philippines, this tropical country is taking toll on the classes in elementary and high school students. If its rain no classes is declared thru out metro manila. At home, the only thing to do is to watch DVD movies.
Now comes the guilty part of Pilipino tradition, Filipino's like to watch movies with the whole family. Most homes have DVD players that can play all kinds of DVD movies, even pirated DVD's.
I like to watch good quality DVD's, so I go after original copy. DTS, Digital sounds and good quality video. I mistakenly bought my self a pirated DVD. It has the quality of the original DVD's but for the fraction of the price. The store is located at the LRT station the former good earth building. Don't hurry to go there now; the building is consumed by fire. So the stores that sell them are just around somewhere.
(Sorry I can't say its location here don't what a problem with the N.B.I.)
But that's two years ago already, now you can buy practically any where a DVD movies.
And for added value for your money DVD sell now in 4 in 1 or 8 in 1 price.
Imagine watching good quality DVD's, 8 movies in 1 DVD.
The rain is surely a blessing, especially for the pirated DVD sellers.
The government, MTRCB headed by Edu Mansano has closed many DVD sellers in many parts of metro manila, confiscated DVD copiers and DVD's and CD's movies.
But the pirated movie industry is too great to be stopped.
Think about it:
The cycle of an industry is the supply and demand.
If there's no demand, no supply and if there's no supply there's also no demand.
So in essence the patronage of pirated DVD's makes it a strong industry.
On the lighter side:
Which of the two has a good quality video DVD or CD?
... Are they original or pirated?
You can now get your N.B.I. clearance at Recto.
I can't remember the exact address, it's located near the LRT station, besides Isetan and the former Good Earth building.