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Iranian officers in charge of drone transport got assasinated in Iran, few hours later Iranian cargo planes filled with drones got destroyed at Damascus airport by unknown fighter jets. You magnificent bastards!

Iranian officers in charge of drone transport got assasinated in Iran, few hours later Iranian cargo planes filled with drones got destroyed at Damascus airport by unknown fighter jets. You magnificent bastards! Tags: Latest News, politics, awesome, ukraine3503 points, 514 comments.
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If you have 1,000 english back office workforce, 50 RPA programmers, and 50 data scientists from the remote province in the philippines (labor rate at about 1USD per hour) what business would you setup in the NYC)?

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The Best Forex Market Hours Philippines

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r/Philippines, do City Counselors have required work hours to be in the office, can they be somewhere else doing other work from 12pm to 4pm Monday to Friday?

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BBM is in Singapore getaway to see the F1 Grand Prix

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Took me a couple of hours, but I finally mounted my Spanish War Veteran medal and lapel pin, along with my 1899 Philippine Insurrection token in a shadow box. This will go well with the rest of my collection hanging at the office!

Took me a couple of hours, but I finally mounted my Spanish War Veteran medal and lapel pin, along with my 1899 Philippine Insurrection token in a shadow box. This will go well with the rest of my collection hanging at the office! submitted by BunBunChow to Medals [link] [comments]

Amazon free shipping to Philippines - trial order
detailed psa for filipino bookworms, bookhoarders, and everyone in between.
tried the recently-announced free amazon shipping to philippines. from order to quezon city doorstep, took less than 2 wks. the last-mile drop was done via motorcycle, booked through ninjavan (possibly by a 3rd party consolidator?). box did not pass through the hassle of local post office.
the books are packed same way to when they are shipped domestically within US—loose (not tightly packed inside the box) and with simple ‘air cushions’ (see pic). the corrugated carton is also not double-walled, not any thicker than usual. as a result, the philip roth book has some creases in its jacket and bumps on the corner covers. i would have hated those bumps and creases 10yrs ago; i’m at peace with those small stuff now. :-) the other two items are okay; probably helped that they are shrinkwrapped at publisher side. calibrate-to-lower your expectations when shipping bare paperback.
more important: the savings is clear. in fact, not looking at the tag price yet, this route is cheaper vs my usual way of going through friends’ address in CA or TX, where sales tax is charged outright upon checkout, plus add the balikbayan box cost. this test order is showing a heavy 14lbs weight, but shipping cost is zero.
order more than 49USD, but less than 10K PhP, whatever is the forex on the day you click buy. also note that not all books and items are included in the promo; titles that are qualified are clearly marked in the product page and shopping cart, after you change your default shipping to a phil. address. but you’ll find books that you’ll want to ship for sure.
if you’re into them, comic book compilations, graphic novels, and omnibuses are the immediate best buys. these are either very rare and/or very expensive here. And they are also very heavy (~10lbs+), not ideal even to handcarry when you travel to the US.
glad to get the hellboy boxed set, 50USD shipped. test order successful. i will get that batman snyder, planetary by ellis, and saga by vaughan next. small joys within reach.
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Took me a couple of hours, but I finally mounted my Spanish War Veteran medal and lapel pin, along with my 1899 Philippine Insurrection token in a shadow box. This will go well with the rest of my collection hanging at the office!

Took me a couple of hours, but I finally mounted my Spanish War Veteran medal and lapel pin, along with my 1899 Philippine Insurrection token in a shadow box. This will go well with the rest of my collection hanging at the office! submitted by BunBunChow to Exonumia [link] [comments]

learntotrade course asking me PHP450,000.00 to join, legit?

I have attended this free seminar in our country specifically in the Philippines. Their office is in BGC, Taguig. Any Filipinos here on Reddit maybe could share their experiences? Pleaae try to enlighten me. Drop also your recommendation of brokers and platforms to start a trading account. I have experienced in trading forex but the broker took away my money eventually after I gained so much profits.
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📰Old but Important Article to add to the FTX Drama: "FTX.US hires former Citadel Securities exec to 'massively scale' its crypto exchange." Published: May 14, 2021 🤔
•Title: "FTX.US hires former Citadel Securities exec to 'massively scale' its crypto exchange."
•Published Date: May 14, 2021
•Author: Yogita Kahatri
•Media Platform: The Block
Here's the whole article for people that don't like to click on links:
"Cryptocurrency exchange operator FTX.US has hired former Citadel Securities executive Brett Harrison as its first president.
Harrison will be in charge of helping FTX.US "massively scale out," FTX.US CEO Sam Bankman-Fried said in a statement Thursday. Harrison's expertise is in developing trading technology. In his most recent role at Citadel Securities, Harrison was head of semi-systematic technology, where he oversaw a team of more than 100 engineers.
Bankman-Fried highlighted Harrison's technical skills, along with his business acumen. The duo previously worked together at proprietary trading firm Jane Street for three years.
Growing FTX.US "into the most trusted digital currency trading platform and exchange in the US market" will be Harrison's primary goal in the new role, said the exchange operator.
FTX.US was launched in May 2020, but its trading volumes have remained tepid compared to the main FTX exchange — which earlier this month hired a former forex sales executive from HSBC. In the last 24 hours, FTX.US handled only about $185 million worth of volume, according to CoinGecko, compared to the nearly $2 billion worth of trading volume facilitated by the main exchange.
Crypto exchanges Binance and Binance.US are in a similar situation. It's likely one of the reasons why Binance.US recently hired Brian Brooks, the former head of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and chief compliance officer of Coinbase, as its CEO.
Both Binance and FTX.US appear to have plans to take on leading U.S. crypto exchanges such as Coinbase and Kraken."
EDIT: Adding Most Current News Article about Brett Harrison:
Title: "FTX's former US president is reportedly raising money for a new crypto startup after the crypto exchange's collapse."
•Writer: Samantha Delouya
•Date of Publication: December 2, 2022·
•Media Platform: Yahoo
"Harrison left FTX just weeks before it slid into bankruptcy amid allegations of misused customer funds."
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World War Z: What happens to Singapore?

Singapore’s only mention in the World War Z book is when a Singapore-flagged ship that is beached in India gets snapped in two by another ship that was towing it. According to this website (might not be trustable), Singapore would have appeared in the cancelled World War Z movie sequel.
After rereading the book for the 3rd time, I decided to make this post because I’ve got nowhere else to put this story. Here is what I think happened to Singapore in both the book and the movie.

Movie Timeline, June 2013: Singapore is overrun by zombies very quickly. They swarm us from planes that crashed in Changi Airport or from Malaysia through our 2 land connections. Given how you become a zombie within 10s of being bitten, and that these zombies can run and pile up, there is no way that densely populated Singapore can survive. Small pockets of us that survive will definitely starve or die of thirst by the time the film’s events have ended.

Book Timeline: The zombies in the book are traditionally slow zombies, and it takes anywhere from a few hours to several days before you turn into a zombie after being bitten. The zombies can only be killed with a headshot but are otherwise indestructible and don't decay. That gives us a slightly better chance of survival than in the film.
(All international events mentioned below happened in the book, but all local events are made up by me.)

2011- Early 2012: The zombie virus emerges in the Three Gorges Dam region of China. As the Chinese government covers it up, Singapore and the rest of the world are unaware of it.

~Jan - Mar 2012: The Chinese government initiates a huge crackdown on political dissidents and corruption, which in reality is used to purge the zombie outbreak. Human trafficking brings zombies outside of China to Central Asia, but Singapore is probably fine as we’re not a top smuggling destination.

~ Mar - Jun 2012: To deflect international attention, China stages a massive military buildup on Taiwan, creating a crisis. Singapore probably does its usual “we’re not taking sides and everyone should calm down” stance. Trafficked infected organs spread the infection worldwide.

~ Jun - Aug 2012: The world first properly learns of the zombies when an outbreak begins in a South African slum, however, the zombies are termed “African Rabies”. Our local media definitely uses that term for a time and covers it extensively, and our government probably made a statement about SARS and how we are prepared.
Around this time, infected tourists bring the first “African Rabies” cases to Singapore, making it the first time Singapore had a “rabies” case since 1953. Infected patients are obviously not down with rabies, and our healthcare workers probably realise that, but the government sticks to the stance that it is a new strain of rabies, not something else. Videos of infected patients circulate online (probably on STOMP or Facebook).

~Sep - Oct 2012: Israel imposes a national quarantine, sealing up their borders, building walls and inviting all Jews and Palestinians to join them (this is the only part of the book that appears in the movie, but the movie version is very different). Given our ties, they might have warned Singapore that something is up with the “African Rabies”. The Muslim world (including our neighbours) condemns the move, but Singapore remains silent.
Singapore probably implements SARS-era measures nationwide, with temperature screening, health declarations and PSAs about looking out for the symptoms. Unfortunately, a lot of healthcare workers are gonna get bitten and infected (this is not covered in the books but it definitely happened). Imagine SARS era “avoid the healthcare workers” behaviour, but a lot worse now.
The Singapore government might decide to just straight up execute the zombified patients as there is really no hope of saving them (the book doesn’t cover what happens to zombified patients but I assume this is a common practice).

~ Nov 2012- Mar 2013: Phalanx, a vaccine for “African Rabies” hits the shelves. Singapore quickly buys stocks of them. However, the vaccine is a placebo and doesn’t work but people don’t realise that. Vaccination centres similar to COVID-19 ones pop up. Although global cases drop due to the northern hemisphere winter, Singapore bans flights from some countries like we did in the early days of COVID.
By this time, an outbreak involving new migrant workers probably happens, and due to their close quarters, it spreads quickly in their dorms. This causes a public outcry over their living conditions.
The worldwide economy starts to slowly recover from the recession caused by the outbreak. In the US, the Republican president wins a second term (in this timeline Obama doesn’t become president) and Singapore congratulations him.

~Apr - May 2013: An American newswoman breaks the news that the Phalanx vaccine is a sham and that the “African Rabies” is not a new form of rabies, but is literally zombies. “The Great Panic” ensues. In Singapore, civil order is a lot better than in other countries, but the worst aspects of our culture emerge, with panic buying, people getting into fights over supplies etc. Singapore probably goes into an ultra-authoritarian, “martial law” mode, even more authoritarian than in the 60s to 70s.
Reservists are definitely recalled back to maintain civil order and to kill the zombies within the country. Due to our built-up nature, zombies are easily found and killed, as they most likely reanimated in their homes. Riots break out in migrant worker dorms as they demand to go home but the Singapore government suppresses the riots.
All our borders are sealed up, causing chaos at Changi Airport and our border crossings with Malaysia. (In some WWZ fanfic, this is how we survive the apocalypse, but the problem is that back in 2013, we imported 90% of our food, about half of our water and all of our energy. We cannot be sealed up forever.)
For the first few weeks of “The Great Panic”, the water still flows from Malaysia, ships still pass by, and Indonesia still supplies us with gas, but the government knows this can’t last forever. Ironically, the Singapore navy becomes a “pirate fleet”, stopping all traffic in the Singapore Strait and seizing all the cargo onboard as the nation is going to need it. The rest of the world devolves into war, Pakistan and Iran have nuked each other and it's likely that Singapore “seizes” the gas pipeline from Indonesia and water supply from Malaysia amidst the chaos in those countries.

~ Jun 2013 - Jul 2013: After a few weeks of “a new normal”, Singapore’s situation becomes untenable. Waves of refugees flood the border crossings and boats attempt to land on our beaches. Zombies start crossing the Johor Straits and walking out of the waves on our beaches (zombies can walk on the sea floor in the book). The SAF is very overstretched trying to guard all of our coasts. Rationing is in place but supplies are running out. Zombies have breached our defences in several places as there are simply too many of them, especially along our northern coast.
Singapore finally devolves into the panic seen in other countries as swarms of zombies flood Singapore from the north and south. The government evacuates to Sentosa Pulau Tekong as it is a lot easier to defend, but that leaves the majority of Singapore to die.

~ Aug 2013 - Oct 2013: Singapore’s 48th birthday passes with the nation effectively gone. The US loses the Battle of Yonkers against a swarm of millions of zombies, while South Korea loses a similar battle at Incheon. Small pockets of survivors live in the abandoned HDBs and other high-rises, which are very easy to defend, but impossible to resupply.
Other countries implement a similar move to Singapore, under a South African plan called the “Redeker Plan”. However, these countries have established “safe zones” for their populations, which in reality are used as bait to distract the zombies from the real safe zone. Singapore can’t afford to do that due to the inability of any safe zone to sustain itself in our environment.

~ Oct 2013 - 2017: For the next 4 years, the Sentosa Tekong Safe Zone ekes out a living on the island. The main goal is to try to outlast the zombies living on Singapore, with the end goal to liberate Singapore in the future. I predict that the forests on Sentosa Tekong are cut down and replaced by farmland, the hotels and resorts are used as housing. bunks for recruits used as housing, while the government has relocated to some of the offices in Ladang Camp. The perimeter of the island is guarded by soldiers who watch out for refugees and zombies walking out of the sea. Singapore’s 50th birthday arrives in 2015, but only the few thousand on Sentosa Tekong are alive to celebrate it.
In 2017, the Honululu Conference is held on the USS Saratoga, with 72 delegates. It is possible that a Singaporean delegate is among one of them. The US declared that it was going to go on the offensive and liberate the mainland of zombies, with other countries deciding to do so as well. The rest chose not to. Singapore would be among those that abstained, as it did not have the manpower to liberate the mainland.

2017 - 2020: For the next 3 years, the US liberated its mainland, while other countries did the same. The US was declared liberated in 2020. Afterwards, the US helped to liberate Canada and Mexico.

2020 - 2022: It is possible that in this timespan, a UN coalition force had liberated Singapore. As Singapore was very urbanised, it probably took a while to clear it of all the zombies hiding among the HDBs and the forests. Imagine BMT’s CQB room clearing but on a nationwide scale.
Victory in China is declared in 2022, although pockets of zombies still remain.

2032: This is the year that all the interviews in the book are recorded in. The world has been trying to recover from the war, Singapore as well. Of a pre-pandemic population of 5.4 million, I estimate that by this year there are probably only 10,000 remaining. Singapore is freed but mostly empty and abandoned. The remaining Singaporeans are government officials who evacuated to Sentosa Tekong, those who lived on Sentosa, were stationed on Tekong and those who managed to make it there.

And that concludes this long ass post on Singapore in World War Z. Thanks for making it this far.
Edit: After reading the comments, I have replaced the Sentosa Safe Zone with the Tekong Safe Zone. I suddenly remembered that Tekong had its own reservoir, and the comments have convinced me that Tekong could be defensible after all.
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DITO posts P11B Q3 loss (P6B on forex alone) (T:Nov15)

Happy Tuesday, Barkada --

The PSE gained 68 points to 6355 ▲1.1%

Thanks to Spyfrat's Call for the meme appreciation, and to Jing for the trauma bonding over our unmet DDMPR expectations.
There is a lot of reading for me to do on the quarterly earnings reports, and I will definitely be taking a deeper dive on a few stocks (like MONDE) over the coming days. Let me know if there are any stocks that you'd like to see covered and I'll see what I can do!
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Back on the Help Desk

I just got hired by another staffing agency calling itself a consulting firm. Got hired on a Friday, expected to be onsite a few hundred miles away by Monday, despite first interviewing with them a month ago.
"I' like a company with a looooong hiring practice and a shoooooort deadline.
I sing the rest of the Cake song as I ride my motorcycle to the client site. Long trips on a motorcycle lend to singing. Thankfully nobody else can hear me. I've got a few more hours before I get to my hotel. This trip will be two days for introductions and whiteboarding, then home to work remotely for the rest of the engagement.
I'm doing the security thing as a part of a bigger, multi- consulting firm project which resembles a city park pigeon feeding frenzy- a bunch of rotund, grey creatures loudly squabbling over a scattering of sustenance in bleak surroundings.
I'm not too proud to grab some stale bread crust for myself, though.
Tonight's destination is a scabby Hampton Inn. I'll be here two days, I tell myself. I bathe and fall asleep, skipping dinner.
The next morning, I throw on a suit, hit a convenient Waffle House, then ride carefully to the BigCorp regional offices, in a nicely landscaped office park.
Looking at the other company names on the signage, all I see are no-name startups and those odd public-private organizations trying to get a tech company to build in their rust-belt valley. This office park was brought to you by Richard Florida quoting cargo cultists and third generation back-slapping pols, so it's half graft and half hipster chic.. It has both an unused Ultimate Frisbee field and desgnated motorcycle parking.
Up front, too. I feel seen. I back my bike into one of the spots. As I get off the bike, I do a little dance to celebrate parking like a king. My ride parks safe in one of the eight spots. A celeste-green Vespa and a handsomely weathered BMW /7 share the area.
I make my way in the long, sprawling office building. It's a bunch of enclosed offices off a central, wide atrium hallway. Arched glass roof and exposed painted metal frameworks places this building in the mid 1990s, an attempt to make an office park look like a hip mall from the 80s.
I check in with the receptionist and get to hang out in the waiting room/lobby. I'm now in the functional gray fabric cube maze. Familiar territory for a consultant.
A few minutes in and Squirrel shows up. Squirrel has a government name, I'm sure, but I can only remember him as Squirrel. He chatters away and has that odd 'freeze and stare' reflex from time to time.
Squirrel's both apologizing to me for something and relaying his position in the IT heirarchy here at GreyGoo. He radiates enough insecurity to make me squint.
Despite GrayGoo's generic web page, they're the middleman you've never heard of in a few industries. For complicated reasons, a significant amount of sensitive data flows through them. Outside of the occasional NPR pledge-drive shout-out, you'd never know their name.
But they know you. Someone you trust trusts them.
GreyGoo's trying to do a bunch of things at the same time- migrate to the cloud, launch a few new products and fix a few security problems. Each of these is being run by a different consulting firm. These can either be showcases of professionalism or passive-aggressive spatula fights.
I don't care, it's all billable.
Squirrel stops and points at a chair in a bullpen mostly full of younger, more casually dressed people with headsets.
Squirrel:"We're running low on space, so I'm putting you here with the Help Desk" 
I have just enough time to stow my gear, work the coffee machine and find a chair in a largish conference table. Wishful thinking and lies by omission are relayed to us via PowerPoint decks for three hours.
I have learned that I'm on two tasks:
  1. I'll be managing our teams of pentesters in their attempts to poke holes in GrayGoo's defenses.
    1. There's a project to assess physical security at their sattelite offices.
I walk back to my bullpen digs. A handful of of headset wearing folks lean back and take stock of the middle aged suit wearing douchebag.
me:"Hey, folks. It's been a while since I've worked help desk"
Not a smile. This is goung to be a tough audience.
While checking through an hour's worth of administrativa, I hear the usual patter of a help desk:
"no, not your personal password to Gmail, the one we gave you"
"$Local_Sports_Team is a disappointment, as usual."
"No, you can't edit that email you just sent outside the company"
"I'm going to quit this shit once my crypto recovers"
"Printers do that"
My email dings. Seems I'm being invited to a meeting where I get to defend a penetration test report. I gather from the people invited and the agenda, some program manager isn't happy with some findings and wants to re-litigate severity and scope.
I guess I should read the report before I explain it. There are a few different ways to read a penetration test report. Nontechnical people start at the beginning, lulled by the short, simple statements in the executive summary sandwiched between pretty graphs. IT Operations and developers jump to the Critical and High findings to see if they're going to be called on the carpet. This is cheating, like starting at Daltrey's scream in Won't Get Fooled Again.
I start with the harder choices- the Mediums. If the Mediums are scarier than usual, the writers of the report wanted to downplay the findings. If they're not particularly awful, the writers just picked a few Lows and promoted them to see fairer. These are some scary Mediums, which tells me that GreyGoo doesn't actually like being told their baby is ugly.
I take stock of my situation. I'm at a help desk at a client that would rather have me shut up and smile. This is going to be fun.
To be continued...
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To Americans Thinking of Retiring in the Philippines

This post is addressed to my fellow Americans who are thinking about retiring here in the Philippines. I’ve lived here for more than a year now and I have some observations to share. I know that I am a guest in this country, but I believe that my experiences should be shared with those also seeking to retire here. I expect that what I say will make some people angry. I apologize. I mean no disrespect. My intent is simply to warn fellow Americans who sub to this sub-reddit who are thinking about moving here. I expect there will be some angry comments and downvotes, maybe a lot, but I’m simply trying to be honest and let my kababayan know that they should think twice before moving here.
A caveat: I live in the province, not in Manila. My experience is therefore based on my experiences living in the province. I know that living in Manila has a different set of challenges, so if you are thinking of living in Manila, some of this may apply to you, but this is mostly directed to those looking to live in the province.
A harsh reality: There are things about living here that you will not like at all. I’ve been here more than a year and I keep telling myself I will get used to it, but after a year, I am still struggling. The categories of things that will be difficult for you to adjust to are: (1) Driving and Roads (2) Shopping/Groceries (3) Filipino Time. This last one is a catch-all and includes bureaucracy, sense of urgency, and waiting in lines. I will conclude with why I am still here and the things I love about living here, which in the end outweigh all of the difficulties I have encountered.
Driving and Roads
This is the most frustrating thing about living in the Philippines. I live in a city of more than 100,000 people and there’s not a single traffic light anywhere. Not even a stop sign. The busiest intersections are a total free-for-all. You can have the right-of-way, be driving down the main road and someone will just pull right out in front of you. I think that Filipino drivers are actually good drivers, they just don’t follow the same rules that we do in the U.S. I am amazed at how good Filipino drivers are at backing into parking spaces and maneuvering in tight spaces.
A typical road in the province has two lanes in each direction, but people use the right lane for passing. That’s right, the right lane is used for passing because drivers in the left lane sometimes drive so slow you have to pass on the right. There is absolutely no sense of courtesy for moving to the right when a faster vehicle is approaching from behind. And why do drivers just stay in the left lane? Because the right lane is a very very dangerous place to drive. You’ll soon learn that most businesses do not have parking spaces in front of them, so people will pull up to a business in the right lane, put on their flashers and basically park in the right lane. So now that lane is blocked and if you are driving in the right lane, you will certainly have to move to the left several times each kilometer. There are no sidewalks, so people walk and bike in the right lane too, which is another hazard of driving there. One of the more frustrating aspects of the right lane is that road widening occurs before the trees and utility poles are moved. It…is…insane. Instead of moving the trees and utility poles and then paving the new lanes, the new lanes are paved around the poles and trees and they are not removed sometimes forever, sometimes for years. And there’s no warning, You can be driving in the right lane and all of a sudden there’s a tree in front of you. You will also encounter “pipelaying activity” and other road repair works blocking the right lane. These are often there for weeks at a time.
Pedestrians will walk in the road, at night, wearing dark clothing and you won’t see them until you are right up on them, so please, when you are here, drive slowly. But you’ll find yourself muttering to yourself about these people with an apparent death wish. I don’t think there are vehicle inspections, so many cars have no tail lights and belch black smoke.
One last note about the roads. In the provinces, people throw their garbage out the car windows all the time. It’s gross. It’s almost as if Filipinos have no sense of pride in their country because they litter their otherwise beautiful country. It makes the area look terrible. This is such a beautiful country, I just wish people would stop throwing their garbage everywhere. You’ll see plastic bottles on the sides of the roads and other trash. I bet you can’t drive a kilometer without seeing piles of garbage. I know everyone doesn't do this but enough people do to make it look awful.
When you live in the U.S. and you need something, you run up to Walmart or Target, or Office Depot, of Lowes or wherever and you pick up what you need. You rarely have to drive more than a couple of miles to find anything. Here in the province, there is no Lowes, no Staples, no Walmart, no Target. There’s no CVS or Walgreens. They do have Mercury Drugs and Watsons but the stores are tiny. If you need anything out of the ordinary, you will have to order it online from Lazada or Shopee and you will not like the experience. These websites are marketplaces. Like a shopping mall. Lazada and Shopee don’t sell anything. They just display products sold by third parties and when you buy, the third party arranges shipping. As a result, when you have a bad experience with a seller, it’s between you and the seller and Lazada won’t help. As an example, I bought a 750ml bottle of Beefeater gin and when it arrived it was only a 700ml bottle. The seller said their listing was in error and wouldn’t even give me a partial refund. Lazada wouldn’t help.
Grocery shopping is going to be a disappointment in the province. You’ll find an entire aisle of corned beef and potted meat products and an entire aisle of canned fish, but you’ll be lucky to find more than a couple different salad dressings and you might find one brand of mustard. The selection is not at all what you are used to in the U.S. You’ll also find the cuts of meat to be so so strange. Brisket here is not at all what brisket is in the U.S. You won’t find a chuck roast anywhere. You won’t find Italian sausage anywhere. Short ribs are not the same. T-Bones are not the same. You won’t find a pork picnic roast anywhere. If you do move here I recommend you buy your own meat grinder because the ground beef here is loaded with bits of bone and hard cartilage and fat. Find an S&R (similar to Costco) and you will find Kirkland products and a lot of good stuff you miss from the U.S. but it’s expensive.
Living in the province also means you won’t have easy access to authentic Mexican food, or even Tex-Mex. You won’t have good Italian food, and believe it or not, my town of more than 100,000 has no Chinese restaurants other than Hap Chan which is a terrible chain restaurant. You won’t have Indian food and the best burger you will find comes from McDonalds. The pizza is not at all what you are used to. Most places won’t even allow you to choose your own toppings. But that’s OK, you probably won’t like the pizza anyway.
Filipino Time
This is the catch-all. If someone tells you they will be there at 10:00, don’t expect them to be there at 10:00. Promptness is apparently optional here. Almost everything is done by hand. My landscaper trims my lawn using lopping shears. I’m not kidding. Everything takes forever. I took my car to a car wash. It’s done by hand, I have yet to find a mechanical car wash where you just run your car through in 5 minutes tops. Here it’s by hand. I parked in the car wash bay and sat on a bench and watched this guy hand wash my car. He started on the wheels. After 45 minutes, he finished three of four wheels. I am not joking. After almost four hours, I was shaking with frustration as I watched him drag a cloth across the hood of my car. He was aiming for perfection and I appreciate that, but there is absolutely no sense of urgency. No sense of “if I work faster, I can wash four cars a day instead of two and I can double my income.” I’m afraid that until the Filipino economy gets a sense of urgency and efficiency, it will never be an economic tiger.
You will also wait in a lot of lines. I take my wife to the bank and I park at the mall across the street and wait. It usually takes a few hours. People sit in chairs outside the bank waiting for their turn to go inside. I asked my wife why it takes so long. She said when the business inside with the customer service officer is concluded, they will spend 30-45 minutes talking about other products the bank offers trying to sell you something. They don’t care that people are waiting. There is no sense of urgency.
Bureaucracy is a nightmare. I went to get my permanent resident visa at the main office in Manila. There are like 40 windows with workers behind each window and everyone has one task that they complete. You start at one window and they look at your paperwork, Then they tell you to go to a different window. So you wait in line there. The next guy makes sure your papers are in the correct order. Once they are, you go to a different window and wait in line there. I am not joking when I tell you that you will spend an entire day going from window to window. It is so inefficient and you will get very frustrated.
Why I Stay
For one thing, my wife is Filipino so we are close to her family. After living together in the U.S. for more than 10 years, I felt it was only fair that she live near her family for at least 10 years too. I wanted to retire early and this was a good opportunity because living here is much less expensive than it is in the U.S. But I sunk all of my retirement into our new home construction so I am pretty much stuck living here even if I wanted to move back. With inflation in the U.S. I would probably have to go back to work at 60 years old.
Also, I really do love living here despite my frustrations with certain aspects. Filipinos are always nice to me and people are always willing to help point you in the right direction. It’s a beautiful country and would be more so without the trash.
So, my fellow Americans, I recommend you give it a test run before committing your financial resources into a house. Rent a place for a year before committing to building a home.
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Regal Weekly Roundup: Movies, Events, PLFs, Promos, Q&A - Week of October 7, 2022

Regal Weekly Roundup: Movies, Events, PLFs, Promos, Q&A - Week of October 7, 2022
This thread is designed to be a one-stop shop for any weekly updates, for the theatre week running Friday, September 7 - Thursday, October 13, 2022. Click here to see a list of all Regal locations, and which of the three Unlimited tiers they are part of: Unlimited @ $18/month; Unlimited Plus @ $21/month; Unlimited All-Access @ $23.50/month. Select locations also feature king-size recliners.
Feel free to ask any questions or voice any concerns about Regal, Regal Crown Club, or Regal Unlimited below. :)

New This Week with Regal Unlimited!

Movies without theaters listed are opening in 21 or more Regal locations this week; if theaters are listed, the movie is only playing in 20 locations or less. Theater bookings are always subject to change. For PLF locations, see our PLF section.
The following English language movies are new this week and included with Regal Unlimited:
  • Amsterdam - 2D, DS, IMAX, OC, PLF, RPX, VIP
    • In the 1930s, three friends witness a murder, are framed for it, and uncover one of the most outrageous plots in American history.
  • Ask Me to Dance - 2D
    • Edwards Market Place, Gateway, UA Sheepshead Bay, West Manchester.
    • On a starry night, Jack and Jill separately meet a lady who tells them they will meet the love of their life before midnight at the end of the year, which happens to be only five days away. The countdown begins, and both Jack and Jill go on a series of horrible and hilarious dates, each worse than the next. Each time, they barely miss meeting each other.
  • Don't Look at the Demon - 2D
    • A team of paranormal investigators head for the highlands of Fraser's Hill, Malaysia, to probe a series of alleged disturbances at a house with a dark past.
  • Journey to Hell - 2D
    • Aliante, Edwards Aliso Viejo, Edwards Greenway Grand Palace, Edwards Houston Marq'E, Edwards Ontario Palace, Edwards South Gate, Edwards West Covina, Garden Grove, Grand Parkway, Foothill Towne Center, Oceanside, UA Cottonwood, Village Square, Winrock.
    • Based on the best-selling book by John Bunyan of a man who almost drowns and dreams of going to a literal Biblical hell. He wakes up a changed person for Christ.
  • Lumpia with a Vengeance - 2D
    • Battery Park, E-Walk, Edwards Cerritos, Edwards Fairfield, Edwards Long Beach, Edwards Mira Mesa, Essex Crossing, Hacienda Crossings, Ithaca Mall, Rancho Del Rey, Stonestown Galleria, Union Square.
    • A Filipino-American action comedy about a lumpia-armed hero who teams up with high school student Rachel to prevent a mysterious crime syndicate from destroying their town, and her parents' dream wedding.
  • Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile - 2D, 4DX, OC, PLF, RPX, VIP
    • Feature film based on the children's book about a crocodile that lives in New York City.
  • Poltergeist (1982) - 4DX
    • A family's home is haunted by a host of ghosts.
  • Signs of Love - 2D
    • Downtown West, Fox Tower, Tara, UA High Ridge.
    • A young man struggling for a good life meets a deaf girl from a well-off nearby family. He sees hope for love and a better life, but only if he can escape his predicament.
  • The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry - 2D, VIP
    • After his wife's tragic death, bookseller A.J. Fikry feels lost and left behind in the rapidly evolving world of today. When a mysterious package appears at his bookstore, the unexpected arrival gives Fikry a new lease on life greater than he ever imagined.
  • Triangle of Sadness - 2D
    • Union Square.
    • A cruise for the super-rich sinks, leaving survivors, including a fashion model celebrity couple, trapped on an island.
The following foreign language movies are new this week and included with Regal Unlimited:
  • Babe Bhangra Paunde Ne (Punjabi) - 2D
    • Burlington, Commerce Center, Edwards Bakersfield, Fox, Hacienda Crossings, Medlock Crossing, Stockton City Center.
    • Jaggi and his friends are on a mission to get rich and successful by doing anything possible.
  • The Ghost (Telugu) - 2D
    • An ex-Interpol officer wreaks havoc and sends shock waves across the global underworld but goes missing in action, only to remerge years later.
  • Godfather (Hindi) - 2D
    • After the death of a political leader, a mysterious man steps in to ascend the throne.
  • Godfather (Telugu) - 2D
    • After the death of a political leader, a mysterious man steps in to ascend the throne.
  • Goodbye (Hindi) - 2D
    • Bella Bottega, Commerce Center, Hollywood - Nashville, Medlock Crossing, Oaks, Sawgrass, Virginia Center.
    • A heartwarming story about life, family, and relationships.
  • Life is Beautiful (2022) (Korean) - 2D
    • Fairfax Towne Center, La Habra, Medlock Crossing.
    • A musical drama about a wife who asks her husband to help her find her childhood sweetheart as a birthday present. Though reluctant, her husband's only choice is to set out on this journey with her.
  • Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile (Spanish) - 2D
    • Edwards Greenway Grand Palace, Edwards South Gate, Gateway, Grand Parkway, Live Oak, UA Galaxy - Dallas, Village Park.
    • Feature film based on the children's book about a crocodile that lives in New York City.
  • Project Wolf Hunting (Korean) - 2D
    • Dole Cannery, Fairfax Towne Center, Tangram.
    • Follows dangerous criminals on a cargo ship who are transported from the Philippines to South Korea, as they unleash a sinister force after an escape attempt leads to a riot.
  • Swathimuthyam (Telugu) - 2D
    • Story of a young man, who is innocent and pure at heart and his experiences about celebrating life, love and the evolving thoughts about marriage.
The following special events are playing this week, and are included with Regal Unlimited.
  • Friday 10/7, Monday 10/10, Thursday 10/13 - Halloween (1978) - 2D
  • Saturday 10/8, Tuesday 10/11 - Trick 'r Treat - 2D, OC
    • OC: Battery Park.
  • Sunday 10/9, Wednesday 10/12 - The Lost Boys - 2D
  • Wednesday 10/12 - Halloween (2018) (Classics) - 2D
  • Wednesday 10/12 - Halloween Kills (2021) (Classics) - 2D

What Else is Playing with Regal Unlimited?

The following older English language movies are playing this week and included with Regal Unlimited:
  • Avatar (Re-release 2022) - OC, VIP, 3D, ICE 3D, VIP 3D
    • Cascade, Dole Cannery, Interquest, Kapolei Commons, Pearl Highlands, UA Colorado Mills, Village at the Peaks, Windward.
  • Barbarian - 2D, OC
    • OC: Atlas Park, Battery Park, Bricktown Charleston, E-Walk, Essex Crossing, Fox Tower, Gallery Place, Kapolei Commons, Pearl Highlands, UA Kaufman Astoria, UA Midway, Windward.
  • Beast - 2D
    • Austell, Bowie, Edwards Santa Maria, McCain Mall, Naples, Oakwood, Opry Mills, West Ridge, White Oak.
  • The Black Phone - 2D
    • Edwards Santa Maria.
  • Bros - 2D, DS, OC, VIP
  • Bullet Train - 2D, OC, SX, VIP
    • OC: Essex Crossing, Pearl Highlands.
  • Buried: The 1982 Alpine Meadows Avalanche - 2D
    • Gateway, Natomas Marketplace.
  • Confess, Fletch - 2D
    • Warren East.
  • DC League of Super-Pets - 2D, OC
    • OC: Battery Park, Essex Crossing.
  • Don't Worry Darling - 2D, DS, VIP
  • Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero (Dubbed) - 2D
  • Easter Sunday - 2D
    • Guam.
  • Elvis - 2D
    • Cinema South, Parkway Plaza, Totem.
  • Fall - 2D
    • Boulder Station, Edwards South Gate, Foothill Towne Center, Lone Star, Manchester - Fresno, Northwoods.
  • The Good House - 2D, OC, VIP
    • OC: UA Staten Island.
  • The Greatest Beer Run Ever - 2D
    • Union Square.
  • Hotel Transylvania (Classics) - 2D
    • Totem.
  • The Invitation - 2D
  • Jeepers Creepers Reborn (Encore) - 2D
  • Jurassic World Dominion (Reissue) - 2D
    • Edwards Santa Maria, Permian Palace, Royal Park, Totem.
  • Lifemark - 2D
    • Seymour.
  • Medieval - 2D
    • Totem.
  • Minions: The Rise of Gru - 2D, OC
    • OC: Essex Crossing, Windward.
  • Moonage Daydream - 2D
    • Alamo Quarry, Battery Park, Bridgeport Village, City North, Edwards Alhambra Renaissance, Edwards Long Beach, Essex Crossing, Lloyd Center, Oceanside, Opry Mills, Promenade, Rancho Mirage, Rockville Center, Sherman Oaks Galleria, Sunset Station, Thornton Place, Tikahtnu, UA Colorado Mills, Union Square.
  • Nope - 2D
    • Austell, Edwards Santa Maria, Fredericksburg, Green Hills, The Landing, Macarthur Center, Metropolitan, University Town Center, Vancouver Plaza, West Ridge.
  • Paddington 2 (Classics) - 2D
    • Ballston Quarter, Bowie, Edwards Santa Maria, Fredericksburg.
  • Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank - 2D
    • Edwards Santa Maria, Totem, West Ridge.
  • Pearl - 2D, OC
    • OC: Essex Crossing.
  • Railway Children - 2D
    • Edwards Santa Maria.
  • Running the Bases - 2D
    • College Station, Hemet, Jewel, Longview, Northstar, O'Fallon, Santiam, Shiloh Crossing, UA Parkway Place.
  • See How They Run - 2D, OC, VIP
    • OC: Battery Park, Makalapua, Pearl Highlands, Union Square.
  • Smile - 2D, DS, OC, PLF, RPX, VIP
  • Spider-Man: No Way Home (Reissue) - 2D
    • Totem.
  • Spirit Halloween: The Movie - 2D
    • Alamo Quarry, Hamilton Commons, Hollywood - Nashville, Marysville, O'Fallon, Royal Park, Warrington Crossing, Willoughby Commons.
  • SUPERSPREADER: The Rise of #LetUsWorship - 2D, VIP
  • Thor: Love and Thunder - 2D
    • West Ridge.
  • Top Gun: Maverick - 2D, SX, VIP
  • Where the Crawdads Sing - 2D
    • Cinema South, Covington, Edwards Aliso Viejo, Edwards Santa Maria, Foothill Towne Center, Greenwood Mall, Kiln Creek, Lake Zurich, Medina, River Ridge, Shiloh Crossing, Totem, Transit Center, UA Olympus Pointe, West Ridge, Westchester Commons, Williamsport Lycoming Mall.
  • The Woman King - 2D, OC, RPX, VIP
The following older foreign language movies are playing this week and included with Regal Unlimited:
  • Brahmastra Part 1: Shiva (Hindi) - 2D, 3D
    • 2D: Medlock Crossing.
    • 3D: Bella Bottega.
  • Cuando Sea Joven (Spanish) - 2D
    • Alamo Quarry, Boulder Station, Edwards Corona Crossings, Edwards Santa Maria, Edwards South Gate, Edwards West Covina, The Landing, Manchester - Fresno, Rancho Del Rey.
  • Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero (Subbed) - 2D
    • Killeen.
  • Hold Me Tight (French) - 2D
    • Downtown West.
  • Kantara (Kannada) - 2D
    • Commerce Center, Edwards San Marcos, Fox, Hadley, Medlock Crossing, Oaks, UA Commerce Township, Village Park.
  • Moon Man (Mandarin) - 2D
    • Tangram.
  • Poran (Bengali) - 2D
    • Manassas.
  • Prem Geet 3 (Hindi) - 2D
    • Fox.
  • PS-1 (Hindi) - 2D
    • Coldwater Crossing.
  • PS-1 (Telugu) - 2D
    • Cantera, Coldwater Crossing, College Station, Commerce Center, Elmwood Center, Fairfield Commons, Hacienda Crossings, Hollywood @ North I-85, Lincolnshire, Majestic, Medlock Crossing, Oaks, Stonecrest at Piper Glen, Trussville, UA Denver Pavilions, Virginia Center, Village Park, Warren West.
  • Vikram Vedha (2022) (Hindi) - 2D, VIP

RU Excluded

Unlimited excluded films do not count towards the 2022 Unlimited milestone challenge, as only Unlimited passes count.
The following foreign language movies are playing at Regal, but are excluded from Regal Unlimited.
  • Al Hayba: The Movie (Arabic) - 2D
    • Jabal is tasked by the Mafia with saving a Russian investor's son kidnapped in the Al Sahel region. To pressure him, the Mafia kidnaps his nephew Joe.
  • Fadl W Neama (Arabic) - 2D
    • Fadl and Naema are an innocent couple that run a food truck business. Farouk, a drug dealer, dupes them into transporting his goods while convincing them they're working for the police and fulfilling a patriotic duty.
  • PS-1 (Tamil) - 2D, VIP
    • Chronicles the story of the early days of Arulmozhivarman, one of the most powerful kings in the south, who went on to become the great Chola emperor Rajaraja Chola I.
The following special events are playing at Regal, but are excluded from Regal Unlimited.
  • Friday 10/7, Saturday 10/8 - Terrifier 2 - 2D
  • Friday 10/7 (select locations), Sunday 10/9 - Billy Joel Live at Yankee Stadium - 2D
  • Sunday 10/9, Monday 10/10 - Scream 2 - 25th Anniversary - 2D
  • Wednesday 10/12 - AX Cinema Nights: A Silent Voice 5th Ann. (Dub) - 2D
Regal is NOT showing the following new releases this week:
  • All Quiet on the Western Front (German) - limited release by Netflix; streaming on Netflix 10/28
  • Doll House (Filipino) - streaming on Netflix
  • Hellraiser - streaming on Hulu
  • Grimcutty - streaming on Hulu
  • Old People (German) - streaming on Netflix
  • Pretty Problems - limited release by IFC
  • The Redeem Team - streaming on Netflix
  • Significant Other - streaming on Paramount+
  • Someone Borrowed (Portuguese) - streaming on Netflix
  • The Visitor - streaming on VOD
  • Werewolf by Night - streaming on Disney+

What's Playing in Regal's Premium Formats?

The following list of PLF movies is sorted by format shown on the movie ticket. All movies may not be showing at all locations in all formats.
  • Showing this week in 4DX: All locations are splitting Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile & Poltergeist (1982).
  • Showing this week in D-BOX at Regal Grand Parkway: N/A.
  • Showing this week in Director's Suite (DS):
    • Warren Broken Arrow: Amsterdam, Bros, Don't Worry Darling, Smile.
    • Warren Moore: Amsterdam, Smile.
    • Warren Old Town: Smile.
  • Showing this week in ICE Immersive at Regal LA Live: Avatar (Re-release 2022) 3D.
  • Showing this week in IMAX: All locations are showing Amsterdam.
  • Showing this week in PLF:
    • Hale Ikua at Kapolei Commons: Amsterdam & Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile.
    • RealD Premiere Cinema at LA Live: Amsterdam & Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile.
    • Warren Grand Infinity at Warren Broken Arrow: Amsterdam & Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile.
    • The Warren Grand at Warren East: Amsterdam & Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile.
    • The Warren Grand at Warren Moore: Amsterdam, Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile & Smile.
  • Showing this week in RealD 3D: Avatar (Re-release 2022).
    • Brahmastra Part 1: Shiva (Hindi) is showing at Bella Bottega.
  • Showing this week in RPX:
    • Edwards Big Newport is showing Amsterdam.
    • All other locations are showing both Amsterdam & Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile.
    • Grand Parkway has multiple RPX screens and is showing Amsterdam, Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile, Smile & The Woman King.
  • Showing this week in ScreenX:
    • Bullet Train is showing at Edwards Fairfield, Edwards Ontario Palace, Hacienda Crossings, Natomas Marketplace, Niagara Falls, Sherman Oaks Galleria.
    • Bullet Train & Top Gun: Maverick are both showing at Edwards Fresno, Kendall Village.
    • All other locations are either showing Top Gun: Maverick, or not showing a film in ScreenX this week.
  • Showing this week in VIP:
    • Regal VIP at Atlantic Station: Amsterdam, The Good House, Smile, Top Gun: Maverick, The Woman King.
    • Regal VIP at Benders Landing: Amsterdam, Avatar (Re-release 2022), Don't Worry Darling, Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile, Smile, The Woman King.
    • Regal VIP at Dania Pointe: Amsterdam, Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile, Smile.
    • Regal VIP at Edwards Fresno: Amsterdam, Avatar (Re-release 2022) 3D, Don't Worry Darling, Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile, Smile.
    • Regal VIP at Edwards Houston Marq'E: Amsterdam, Bros, Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile, Smile, The Woman King.
    • VIP at Irvine Spectrum: Amsterdam, Bros, Bullet Train, The Good House, PS-1 (Tamil), See How They Run, Smile, The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry, SUPERSPREADER: The Rise of #LetUsWorship, Vikram Vedha (2022) (Hindi), The Woman King.
    • VIP at South Beach: Amsterdam, Bros, Don't Worry Darling, Smile, The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry, The Woman King.
Check out our list of PLF locations including surcharge information on our Regal PLF database. It's still a work in progress, so all fields may not currently be filled out.
Check out our subreddit FAQ for descriptions of all the premium formats and what you can expect from each (work in progress - to be published soon).

Coming Soon with Regal Unlimited!

All of the following movies are coming soon to Regal, and should be included with Unlimited. Movies in premium formats carry a surcharge with Unlimited. Each separate listing counts as a separate movie for the purposes of the 2022 Unlimited milestone challenge. Movies in bold have showtimes available on the Regal website.
Movies listed here are not necessarily on sale. All the movies on this list have showtimes posted, or are listed under "coming soon" on the Regal website. Theater bookings are always subject to change.
Here are plenty of reasons to stay subscribed to Regal Unlimited!
Tickets for Black Adam & Black Panther: Wakanda Forever are currently on sale.
Tickets for Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery go on sale Monday 10/10.
Opens Friday, October 14:
  • Halloween Ends - 2D, 4DX, DS, IMAX, PLF, RPX, VIP
  • Lumpia with a Vengeance expands - 2D
  • Medjugorje La Pelicula (Spanish) - 2D
  • Tar opens at Regal - 2D
  • Till - 2D, RPX, VIP
Opens Friday, October 21:
  • Black Adam - 2D, 4DX, DS, IMAX, OC, PLF, RPX, VIP
  • Black Adam (Spanish) - 2D
  • Lumpia with a Vengeance expands - 2D
  • Paul's Promise - 2D
  • Tar expands - 2D
  • Ticket to Paradise - 2D, OC, VIP
Opens Friday, October 28:
  • Prey for the Devil - 2D
  • Tar expands - 2D
  • Till expands - 2D
Opens Friday, November 4:
  • Armageddon Time opens at Regal - 2D
  • Decision to Leave (Korean) - 2D
    • Downtown West.
  • One Piece Film Red (Dub) - 2D, 4DX, DS, IMAX, PLF, RPX, VIP
  • One Piece Film Red (Sub) - 2D, IMAX, PLF, RPX, CIP
Opens Friday, November 11:
  • Black Panther: Wakanda Forever - 2D, DS, IMAX, OC, PLF, RPX, SX, VIP, 3D, 4DX 3D, ICE 3D, IMAX 3D, PLF 3D, RPX 3D, VIP 3D
  • The Fabelmans - 2D
Opens Friday, November 18:
  • The Menu - 2D
  • She Said - 2D
Opens Wednesday, November 23:
  • Bones and All - 2D
  • Devotion - 2D, IMAX
  • The Fabelmans expands - 2D
  • Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery - 2D (one-week-only engagement)
  • Strange World - 2D
Opens Friday, December 2:
  • Violent Night - 2D
Opens Friday, December 9:
  • Empire of Light - 2D
Opens Friday, December 16:
  • Avatar: The Way of Water - 2D, 3D, 4DX 3D, IMAX 3D, RPX 3D
Opens Wednesday, December 21:
  • I Wanna Dance with Somebody - 2D
  • Puss in Boots: The Last Wish - 2D
Opens Sunday, December 25:
  • Babylon - 2D
There's more to come! For other future releases not yet listed on the Regal website, see our routinely updated release schedule! (2022 movies | 2023 movies)

Special Events Coming Soon - Unlimited Eligible!

The following special events are coming soon and are eligible to use Regal Unlimited with.
  • Saturday 10/15 & Tuesday 10/18 - Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile (Sensory) - 2D
  • Saturday 10/15 & Saturday 10/29 - The Rocky Horror Picture Show (2022 Reissue) - 2D
    • Meridian.
  • Sunday 10/16 - IMAX: Fire of Love - IMAX
    • City North.
  • Monday 10/17 - Moment of Contact (Plus Q&A with Filmmaker) - 2D
    • LA Live.
  • Friday 10/28 to Monday 10/31 daily - Dawn of the Dead 3-D (1978) - 3D
  • Thursday 11/10 - Black Panther Double Feature - 2D
  • Saturday 11/19 & Tuesday 11/22 - Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (Sensory) - 2D

Coming Soon - RU Excluded

All of the following special events are ineligible for Regal Unlimited.
  • Sunday 10/16 & Wednesday 10/19 - In the Heat of the Night 55th Anniversary (TCM Big Screen Classics)
  • Monday 10/17 & Tuesday 10/18 - Patterns of Evidence: Journey to Mount Sinai
  • Saturday 10/22 - The Metropolitan Opera: Medea (2022)
  • Sunday 10/23 & Thursday 10/27 - Bram Stoker's Dracula 30th Anniversary
  • Monday 10/24 & Tuesday 10/25 - First Responders
  • Tuesday 10/25 - NT Live: Frankenstein w/ Cumberbatch - Creature (2022 Encore)
  • Wednesday 10/26 - The Metropolitan Opera: Medea (2022) Encore
  • Thursday 10/27 & Sunday 10/30 - Astro - Stargazer: Astroscope (Korean)
  • Friday 10/28 & Saturday 10/29 - Coldplay: Live Broadcast from Buenos Aires
  • Saturday 10/29 - The Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954) & The Phantom of the Opera (1943) Double Feature
  • Sunday 10/30 & Wednesday 11/2 - Spirited Away (Studio Ghibli Fest 2022) (Dubbed)
  • Tuesday 11/1 - Spirited Away (Studio Ghibli Fest 2022) (Subbed)
  • Tuesday 11/1 & Saturday 11/5 - Grateful Dead Meet-Up 2022
  • Wednesday 11/2 - Mother Teresa: No Greater Love
  • Thursday 11/3 - Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla (Godzilla Day)
  • Thursday 11/3 - It's Happening Right Here
  • Thursday 11/3 & Wednesday 11/9 - Duran Duran: A Hollywood High
  • Saturday 11/5 - The Metropolitan Opera: La Traviata (2022)
  • Saturday 11/5 & Sunday 11/6 - Kendal Mountain Tour
  • Sunday 11/6 & Monday 11/7 - Planes, Trains, & Automobiles 35th Anniversary
  • Sunday 11/6 & Wednesday 11/9 - The Bodyguard (30th Anniversary)
  • Tuesday 11/8 - Meet Me in the Bathroom
  • Wednesday 11/9 - The Metropolitan Opera: La Traviata (2022) Encore
  • Sunday 11/13 & Wednesday 11/16 - To Kill a Mockingbird 60th Anniversary (TCM Big Screen Classics)
  • Tuesday 11/15 & Thursday 11/17 - PROPHET
  • Tuesday 11/15 & Monday 11/28 - The Great Basin
  • Tuesday 11/29 - It's Christmas Again
  • Thursday 12/1 to Sunday 12/4 daily (dates vary by location) - I HEARD THE BELLS
  • Saturday 12/3 - The Metropolitan Opera: The Magic Flute Holiday Encore (2022)
  • Sunday 12/4 & Wednesday 12/7 - The Dark Crystal 40th Anniversary
  • Monday 12/5 - Wednesday 12/7 daily - Johnny Cash: The Redemption of an American Icon
  • Saturday 12/10 - The Metropolitan Opera: The Hours (2022)
  • Monday 12/12 & Tuesday 12/13 - 5,000 Blankets
  • Wednesday 12/14 - The Metropolitan Opera: The Hours (2022) Encore
  • Sunday 12/18 & Wednesday 12/21 - It's a Wonderful Life 75th Anniversary (TCM Big Screen Classics)
Showtimes for the 2023 portion of the 2022-23 Metropolitan Opera season are also already on sale.

2022 Regal Unlimited Milestone Rewards
Each separate listing and separate format counts as a separate movie for the purposes of the 2022 Unlimited milestone challenge. Open caption versions of a film count separately, as do dubbed vs. subbed versions of a given film, sensory friendly screenings, etc. Movies in premium formats carry a surcharge with Unlimited.
Only movies that you see with an Unlimited ticket count toward this challenge. Movies you pay for out of pocket without using a free Unlimited base ticket do not count, and neither do Unlimited excluded films like Fathom Events and concert experiences.
Here are the different formats that count as unique movies toward this challenge: standard (2D), 3D, 4DX 2D, 4DX 3D, Director's Suite, D-BOX, ICE Immersive, IMAX 2D, IMAX 3D, Open Caption, PLF, PLF 3D, RPX 2D, RPX 3D, ScreenX, Sensory, VIP 2D, VIP 3D. Additionally, movies that have a "Reissue" or "Classics" designation count separately from the original release of a film. And movies available in multiple languages count separately for each language: "Dubbed" vs. "Subbed" or "Hindi" vs. "Telugu," etc. You could see the same title in 5 different formats, and it would count as 5 separate films for the challenge!
For comparison, earning points by spending usually occurs at a rate of 100 points per $1.00 spent. Therefore, the 25,000 bonus credits for completing this program would normally require you to spend $250!

Regal Crown Club Promotions & Perks

The following is a list of all current and upcoming Regal Crown Club promotions and newly branded "perks." Click here to see a list of recent past winners. Click here to visit the Rewards Center and see what your RCC points can get you beyond popcorn, drinks, and tickets!
  • Smile RCC Bonus Points - See Smile from September 30 - October 16 and get 500 bonus RCC points.
  • Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile Concessions CrocoDEAL - There’s nothing holding you back! Regal Crown Club members, see Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile starting October 8th or 9th & get a free color-changing straw with your purchase of a Movie Snack Pack! Now that's a croco-DEAL! 🐊🎟️ (while supplies last)
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If you had to buy a car, what would you get?

Ok, so I never owned a car in my life and I was not planning on owning one ever. Only now at 33 there are a few things that make it harder and harder for me to maintain my carfree lifestyle:
So... my boyfriend and my family has been trying to talk me into buying a car. I understand it would make a lot of sense, but I hate the idea of owning a car. I just hate cars. But I already checked carsharing options and taxi services and they just won't fo the job. I fucking need a car! Shit!
So, if you were in my situation, what kind of car would you get? I was thinking used, maybe a Volkswagen Polo. A few years down the road, I hope there will be sustainable cars, but right now I'm not convinced of e-cars and I anyways cannot afford a Tesla or anything.
My rant is getting longer than expected. But would love to hear what you guys would consider an okay car to have if you depend on having one.
EDIT: I'm based in Central Europe
EDIT 2: Yes, we've also been discussing the option of having a cargo e-bike and renting a car to go to the mountains.
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JFC crushes its Q3 sales/profitability; LPC IPO was dumb and chaotic, just as as predicted (Th:Nov10)

Happy Thursday, Barkada --

The PSE lost 47 points to 6242 ▼0.8%

Thank you to FinanceForever and tanitsuj for implying that my "fictional family", from yesterday's write-up about the PSE's weird rules for IPOs by way of introduction, was actually autobiographical. I'll say this: while I can chug syrup, that skill was not learned at the family dinner table. Read into that what you will. Haha.
Shout-outs to Stephen Chiong, Pao, Jonathan Burac, MikMabagsik, Rolex Jodieres, Palaboy Trader, Just’n, Singapore Airlines Boarding Music 2021 is, Makisig Tan, Spyfrat's Call, LanAustria, Jose Mateo, psestocktipsdaily, Lance Nazal, arkitrader, Evolves Capital, Inc., Dividend Pinoy | PGG, Chip Sillesa, and Jing for the retweets, and to Dale Pacheco,, and Mike Ting for the FB shares!

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[Philippines] [$350 Max] [11.6"-13"] Looking for a decent laptop/netbook that i can use during my long hours in the hospital doing office work (typing, powerpoint presentations, research).

Which of the following qualities would you prefer? (Choose one, two, or balanced)
Which features would you pay a premium for?
List any features that are critical:
Long Battery Life Lightweight Cheap Slim/nonbulky structure.
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PNP - To serve and protect?

Heya guys!
I am a Cybersecurity Professional and a relative went to me for help kase may case ng swindling over an online transaction with GCash.
Out of good deed I helped my 60+ year old aunt by reporting the case on GCash, to be honest napaka smooth ng incident response and support had to say medyo lacking lang sa timeliness (maybe sobrang dami nilang hinahandle or lack ng workforce) anyways we received the email and was advised to report sa nearest law enforcement agency which in our vicinity is PNP (30 minutes drive).
We went to that police station and told them what happened and asked for the documents that we need to process the report on GCash's end.
The officers were rude, and already advised us not to report in that station and go to the regional hq that has a cybercrime unit which is a 2 hour drive to get there plus toll fees.
I asked and explained politely that it is impractical for us to go there since we're disputing 1,500 pesos and we're not after the money but we're only after the account to be deactivated so it won't cause more harm.
The officers insisted that they don't handle things like that and they outright disregarded our complains, they did not assisted us nor acknowledged our concerns, instead we were treated with a cold reception and rudeness.
I should've expected this and even less from these pigs, tama nga sinasabi nila na "All Cops Are Bastards" na baboy ang mga pulis, na ang pinoprotektahan ng pulis ay ang mga mayayaman at may kapangyarihan, oh well, it's more fun in the Philippines (for thieves and criminals I guess?)
p.s. PH is the land of the crooks evident naman sa mga nakaupo lol.
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The Habit Reframe [METHOD] 2.0. - A completely different approach to ending bad habits and starting up on good ones.

In early 2020 I posted the original version of Habit Reframe Method on this subreddit. Since then it's been wild. The method has gone through the ringer, and has evolved and improved to a huge degree. Time now for a complete update, which I'm stoked to share with this community.
Don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or you experience a sticking point in applying it. Shoot me a DM if you want the Notion or PDF version. ㋛

Part 1: The Problem

Bad habits. Chronic procrastination. Out of control bingeing.
A lack of drive and motivation. Apathy. Hopelessness.
Endless cycles of promising to get disciplined and failing.
These issues we all face, always come down to three things:
(1) Runaway positive feedback loops. (2) Experiences that tells our antiquated brains to suppress motivation. (3) Background discomfort we’re compelled to relieve.
Let's first explain and unpack (1) as it shows what’s happening when you procrastinate. Then onto )2), which explains why this process occurs in the first place. And finally (3), which establishes why you’re so stuck; why you keep making and breaking the same promises to get disciplined.
From there we can proceed to a fix—to a solution.
(1) Feedback loops
So. Imagine you’re at your desk, doing some work on a project. It's going fine, when you get the idea to take a break. You tell yourself, two minutes. Two minutes to check what’s new on Reddit, and then it's right back to work.
Two minutes soon turns to 15.
Okay. It happens. But let's pause the tape right there.
If that was the end of it—if you thought, hey it’s ok, that was an interesting post, it was worth the extended time, but now let’s get back to work—it wouldn’t be a big deal.
But that's not what happens.
Instead, you give in to an impulse to check YouTube—just for a minute—which leads to a full hour wasted.
Why did that happen? Why does that sort of thing always happen?
Well, let’s rewind to when you were scrolling through Reddit and take a closer look in slow-mo. There you are reading through the comments of the post when it hits you that you're wasting time and you should stop. You look up and away from your phone, and—there. Pause the tape.
It's subtle as heck and easy to miss, but in that crucial moment, you felt… something.
What was it? Maybe it was a little prick of guilt? Could have been the guilt you'd get from realizing you just broke your promise to have a distraction-free work session. Or maybe you felt irked and irritated because, well, fun time was now over, and you had to get back to your tedious work. Hard to tell, but whatever it was, it was mildly unpleasant.
Now, you'd think that this negative sensation would compel you to get the heck back to work. Like how the pain of a burn would cause you to avoid touching a hot pan again, the pain of wasting time on something should compel you to stop wasting time on it.
But that's not what happens. In fact, the opposite happens as—*hit play—*there you are 2 seconds later, opening up YouTube.

Browsing the internet is your vice.
The thing about vice is that—sure they entertain, and sure they can be gratifying—but more than anything else, your vices are super effective at relieving uncomfortable sensations.
Maybe that’s an odd idea to take in, so let’s fast-forward another hour and see the vice thing in action again.
Here you are flicking through YouTube, when you surface again. This time you throw your phone at the couch in anger. You think, now I’m legit behind. I screwed myself over… again.
With the deadline approaching, cortisol begins flooding your bloodstream. This results in feelings of stress, anxiety and self-contempt, all of which is extremely unpleasant. From there, a natural, intense urge and compulsion to do something, anything, to solve the problem and quickly make the discomfort go away will take over.
And guess what? The stuff that can deliver just the right kind of relief, happens to be right there lying on the couch. So you find yourself sauntering over and rationalizing just a little more.
You end up doing this not because you’re a bad person, have zero self-control, or you’re psychologically broken and deficient.
On the contrary.
This is your survival instinct kicking-in when it senses a threat. Cortisol… stress and anxiety… all that can only mean your life is at risk—and the long way to eliminate the threat by doing the work simply won’t cut it. Too urgent, too risky; you could die. It needs to be the quickest path to relief, which happens to be your vice.
It's entirely messed up, right?
What’s causing the bad feelings—what's behind the guilt, the stress, the anxiety; what's maybe even behind some of the shame, regret, and depression that weaves in and out of your life—is also the thing that's unbelievably effective at instantly relieving all those bad feelings.
Naturally it becomes a vicious cycle; a runaway positive feedback loop. You feel bad, your vice relieves the bad feeling, but it eventually makes you feel worse, then more vice for relief, which stresses you even more, so more cravings and more compulsions and so on and so on.
I call it the Vice Feedback Loop:
As is the case with addictions, the drug both cures and causes the disease.
(2) Experiences that suppress motivation
In the above narrative, I had you first imagine yourself sitting there being productive with some work. But maybe even that requires a stretch of the imagination, as being productive and motivated in any measure is hard to come by these days.
So, what’s going on?
Why do you often (always?) lack energy, drive, enthusiasm, motivation—not just for your school or job obligations—but for the things you care deeply about, like a creative pursuit or an exciting business idea?
Why do you get that dreaded “ugh, I just don't feel like it” feeling every time you sit down to do some work—work you know is actually enjoyable and could add so much meaning and happiness to your life?
Well, understand that us humans evolved in an environment where energy was extremely scarce.
Think of the last time you spent time out in some wilderness. Now imagine being there, but with no phone, no water bottle or granola bar in your bag, no path leading back to civilization with its grocery stores and restaurants.
You could walk for hours without finding any trace of edible plants, while the effort of trapping a fidgety animal would just barely make it worth the energy.
You probably wouldn’t survive. Not just because you’re now a pampered city dweller, but because it’s ridiculously hard for any human to survive in the wild. Starvation, predation, infection is the rule; survival the exception.
All that to say, needless wastes of energy would have killed off our ancestors. So we evolved to never be motivated; to never want to expend energy unless we absolutely had to. Unless our survival was at stake.
It makes sense.
A lion is not propelled to go after a herd of aggressive gazelles if he literally just ate a giant zebra steak. An elephant is not motivated to walk for hours to find a good source of water and vegetation if her belly is already full. These animals know it’s time to rest, to restore, to chill.
In the same way, what do you think happens when you spend an entire afternoon indulging in your bad habits: eating junk food, watching streaming TV, playing video games, watching porn, browsing Reddit, TikTok and other social media sites. What message is being sent to the old survival part of your brain, responsible for motivation? I like to think of these messages being sent as office memos:
To: Amygdala, Director of Motivation and Behavior From: Committee of the 5 Senses Subject: Conscious Mind’s urgent energy request for “report writing”
This memo seeks to inform you that the human attached to us is surviving exceptionally well.
They just ate, a lot. They mated with six of the most attractive people imaginable. They then socialized, gossiped and bonded with all sorts of high-status people. They also just had a thrilling adventure, fought through a ton of dangerous obstacles and rivals, and won.
Clearly, this human must have recently expended a metric ton of energy to accomplish these feats. How else could this all have happened?
So, whatever they just did this afternoon, whatever energy they consumed, it all worked magnificently. But the motivation can stop now. The body must be made to rest.
Whatever Conscious Mind is asking of you can wait until tomorrow.
Thank you, Committee of the 5 senses
As a result of this messaging, the old survival part of your brain will squash any request sent from your conscious mind to use up energy for some imagined distant goal.
So that’s where that urge to chill, to not work, comes from. That’s the source of that “ugh, I just don’t feel like it” feeling, aka resistance, that comes to haunt you at the worst possible moment. That explains why, after browsing Reddit for an hour, just the thought of opening a word document to write—as you promised you would—feels so grueling and unappealing.
Your antiquated brain is convinced you’re about to waste energy. And wasting energy is about as pointlessly senseless and dangerous as say leaning over the edge of a cliff.
So, just as your brain summons an insurmountable urge to back the heck away from the edge, your brain summons insurmountable resistance to back you the heck away from mental work.
And so, you do.

(3) Background discomfort
The take-away lesson from the (1) narrative is to just not check your phone on that initial urge. Avoid entering that runaway feedback loop using willpower or something.
Similarly, the take-away from (2) comes down to this: “so you want never-ending motivation to achieve your dreams? Just stop with all the reward dosing vices, dummy…”
I don't know about you, but this kind of advice is not particularly helpful. It’s like being told that the solution to addiction is to just stop… if only if were that easy.
But why though? Why is that initial peak on Reddit—the thing that kicks starts the vice feedback loop and all its dreaded consequences—sure as clock-work? Why, no matter how determined you are to quit your vices; how adamantly you promise you won’t; is it just guaranteed to happen?
It’s because of discomfort.
You’re eventually going to rationalize your next indulgence because of discomfort.
The problem is, you legitimately feel discomfort like all the time. Whether it’s overt or subtle, you’re constantly feeling an itch or a craving. You’re constantly in some sort of discontented state: bored, stressed, hungry, horny, irritated…
Then there’s anxiety.
Anxiety is the absolute worst. It’s like we’re all cursed with a background refrigerator-hum of worry, doubt and fear. We’re all tormented by the impermanence of, well, everything. Even when things are going decently well, we’re constantly bracing for impending change, misfortune, pain, loss, and suffering.
So, you’re always feeling something. And if you’re not, you’re always a moment or two away from a triggering experience.
That’s why you randomly rationalize a little social media scroll—despite resolute promises not to. That’s why, if you delete or block Reddit, YouTube, social media… you’ll find yourself procrastinating on Amazon or Wikipedia. You’re not addicted to any one site or app; you’re simply compelled towards whatever can deliver a distraction or relief from discomfort.
But why though? Why all the discomfort? Why are we so constantly insecure, restless and unsatisfied?
It’s not like we’re lacking anything fundamental. It’s not like we have a great reason to feel this way, right?
Well, it’s kind of messed up, but humans were designed to be perpetually unhappy, uncomfortable and needy.
We evolved into being this way over millions of years. Like how natural selection brought us opposable thumbs and peripheral vision, the same survival forces brought us a constant background ache of discontent.
The reason for this was simple: Motivation.
As described in the book Indistractable by Nir Eyal, evolution favored our discontented and insecure ancestors because they worked harder and were more likely to survive. Their hunger pains and discomfort fueled their motivation to get out there, take risks, burn calories, and change things to their advantage.
Now, I know what you’re thinking.
That’s all great for, like, cavemen or whatever, but this doesn’t apply to me. I’m miserable as hell, and yet I feel the opposite of motivation. Most if the time, all I feel is tired, lazy, and apathetic.
There’s a reason for that.
Take a step back for a second. Look beyond your bubble and your daily self-discipline struggles. Consider the world around you, and put things into context.
Observe how massively our environment has changed since the days we roamed the grassy African savannahs or the snowy Siberian plains.
When our nomadic ancestors were motivated to relieve this evolved perpetual discontent, when they decided to do something to scratch the uncomfortable itch of lacking and wanting, they had to work for it.
They had to take on risks and endure long and dangerous missions and quests. In their world of scarcity and danger, relief never came easy. There was always a cost of time (days) + energy (thousands of calories) + risk (potential harm or death).
Today, that’s no longer true.
With our modern-day vices, the cost to scratch the itch of discomfort has been all but eliminated. The time-to-reward is now milliseconds. The energy involved is the fraction of a calorie it takes to swipe a screen. The risk is non-existent.
This sounds amazing—and in many ways our modern utopia of abundance and security really is exactly that—but this has consequences. There are side effects.
On the societal level, we have unprecedented rates of addiction, obesity, chronic under-achievement and mental health issues. Since we don’t have a frame of reference of what it was like before, we’ve collectively decided to shrug and say,
This is normal… humans are by nature impulsive, gluttonous, lazy, and inherently ungrateful creatures.
But we are not living in normal times.
Normal was: you were fearful, dissatisfied, horny and hungry… so you were motivated to seek out and protect against predators and other dangers; you worked to form tenuous but crucial alliances; you found and courted a mate (while hoping not to get killed for approaching the wrong one); and you hunted for what sure as hell did not want to be hunted.
Normal was: you did all those things, you—hopefully, fingers-crossed—survived another day, then you went to sleep utterly spent with a brief moment of serenity and inner-satisfaction.
Normal was: you woke up to a new set of needs and threats, but, luckily, the discontent and the promise of relief and reward motivated you (through dopamine) to get up and do it all over again…
But our circumstances have changed in the blink of an eye, as far as history is concerned.
We now live in abnormal times.
Abnormal is: you feel fearful, dissatisfied, horny and hungry… so you’re motivated to… what?... grab your phone, scroll through sensational news and outrage comments on Reddit; feel pings of pretend status on Instagram; get instant gratification through porn; and inhale some ultra-processed, pleasure-enhanced food… all before 9:43 am.
Abnormal is: doing all those things, which work insanely well and fast to numb the discomfort and quiet the inner discontent, then snapping back to a reality where…
!!! no, things aren’t actually better. !!! no my problems are not actually solved. !!! no I have threats coming at me from all directions.
And so you’re compelled to grab at more vices again and again and again until you’ve blunted your brain’s pleasure receptors to the point where you don’t even enjoy them anymore (but that's never stopped you).
Abnormal is: going to bed with nothing substantial to show for your day; ruminating and stressed from procrastinating on all your modern obligations and long-term worries—paying rent, getting good grades, landing a decent paying job, not getting fired because an AI bot can do your work for nothing, bracing for the next economic collapse or World War III, and, oh, not accidently killing grandma during an endless effing pandemic…
Abnormal is: waking up the next day, with the same heavy burden, but with the same wired “motivation” to relieve it quickly, albeit mistakenly and temporarily and stupidly, through your fucking vices.
We live in abnormal times.
We just weren’t made for this place.
And that, my friend, is a big fucking problem.

Part 2: The Solution

Here’s a little recap of where we’re at so far:
  1. As humans, we evolved to constantly feel discomfort, cravings and pain—that, unfortunately, can’t be avoided.
  2. We have mental wiring that has us compulsively reach for relief through vices—again, can’t be avoided.
  3. Because they don’t solve the underlying issue, such actions trigger more discomfort; so more vice grabbing, then even more discomfort, so more vice… which spirals out into binges. I called this the Vice Feedback Loop.
  4. And the result of all that is us feeling perpetually demotivated and apathetic—thus less capable of doing what we have to do to avoid, or at least reduce, discontent and discomfort in the first placed.
Okay… sooo we’re all screwed then?
Well, not exactly. There is a way out.
This is where you might expect me to add,“…but it’ll take some work”, yet I won't be doing that. No point in me assigning you homework—like those exercises they put at the end of chapters in self-help books—if your problem is precisely the inability to do homework.
But that doesn’t mean it’s going to be a cakewalk. We’ll be lowering your defense mechanisms, which will leave you exposed to discomforts and pain. This is the necessary “work” of the method, if you want to call it that. You will get through it though, you just need to be well prepared.
In addition, the method is counter to what you might expect. In fact, it’s entirely predicated on you challenging and “reframing” many of your beliefs and assumptions about breaking and making habits, hence the name Habit Reframe.
So let’s start there.
Let’s reframe your faulty beliefs while establishing the underlying principals of the method. Then, armed with key take-aways, I’ll guide you through implementing the method through a step-by-step process.

1: Redirect the Blame
The Belief: I am to blame for my procrastination and self-control failures. I deserved to be scorned and punished for my bad decisions.
The Assumption: I’m fully aware that what I keep doing is bad and has ill consequences. I must therefore be a bad person. Or else I’m weak, broken or deficient; lacking in some basic inner quality that every other functional human was born with.
The Reframe: I wish I could tell you that your slip-ups are not your fault; that it’s not on “you”. They are—but, that’s only half the truth, because—and get ready for a pill of truth that, once swallowed, may very well change everything—unbeknownst to you, the concept of “you,” who “you” are, is comprised of two separate entities.
There’s the Physical Self and the Observing Self.
The Physical Self is composed of your body and that spongy organ kept safe and cozy in a hard skull. This organ, with its tangled mess of neuro-wiring and chemical-secreting cells, works frenetically and tirelessly to influence your behavior; behavior it evolved to assume is critical for your survival.
Then there’s the Observing Self—the “you” that doesn’t exist on a physical dimension, but that does, nonetheless, observe.
It’s important for you to fully grasp and experience the distinction between the two, so here’s a little exercise. It'll seem ridiculous at first, but please, just roll with it.
I want you to say out loud (or whisper if you’re in public) the phrase: “There is a goat in the yard.”
I know it’s weird, but just do it.
There is a goat in the yard.
Repeat it a few times… there is a goat in the yard, there is a goat in the yard, there is a goat in the yard…
Now, stop saying it out loud, but keep repeating it in your head… there is a goat in the yard, there is a goat in the yard, there is a goat in the yard.
Keep it going. See if you can observe those words.
There is a goat in the yard, there is a goat in the yard…
“Look” at them.
Focus your attention on them as if there was a Bluetooth speaker next to your ear, harping these words on a constant loop.
Keep it going.
That right there was the two parts of “you” at play. The Physical Self was physically active, as in millions of neurons were fired so those mental “sounds” could be made real. There’s nothing spiritual or metaphysical about this. A scientist could have probed your brain and mapped out the exact sequence of events to produce those thoughts.
The “you” observing all that, the thing removed from it, witnessing the mental sound—that was the Observing Self.

Here’s the kicker: The Physical Self is solely responsible for all your “self-control failings.” Not the real you, not the Observing Self.
You see, the Physical Self is… well… a bit of an idiot.
It still thinks it’s 72 000 BC. It still thinks we’re all somewhere in the wild where food is extremely scarce and threats come at us from every angle. So, the Physical Self does stuff—literally, it secrets chemicals like dopamine, cortisol, adrenaline—to prod and cajole you to take actions it, again, assumes is best for your survival.
But it’s blind to the outside world. It’s only way of concluding if an action is survival related is if it yields a pleasurable reward. And when it senses a reward, it compels you to do the action again and again as long as it’s available.
Eating a gummy bear, for example, will trigger an alarm that blares out…
Hey! It’s summer! It’s harvest time! Go! Eat as much as possible of these miraculously sweet berries before the source dries up!
It does this so that you end up eating more than you need for the day’s energy demand.
This was crucial. It had you store excess glucose in your fat cells, upping your odds of making it through the upcoming long, cold, berry-free winter. There never was a reason for us to evolve a stopping mechanism; for our brains to go, Hey! OK, that’s enough berries. You don’t want to develop Type-II diabetes, do you?
The brain doesn’t know that our species was thrown into this new era of hyper-abundant and cheap sugary foods. An era where—with our artificial lights, heating systems, and imported oranges in February—winter never really comes.
The same thing goes for social media, porn, streaming TV. Your brain doesn’t know what a “screen” is. It just takes in visual data and assumes that is your reality.
OMG, you’re partying on a yacht with hot and popular people?! You did it! You connected with high status people, which is great for survival!
And how did you end up there?
What?!… you just held a metal thing and moved your thumb?!! That’s it?! Do it more! Do it again! And again! WTF, stop telling yourself to stop!
Like I said. The Physical Self. Dummy Extraordinaire.

It gets worst.
Much of your behavior is compulsive, meaning automatic and beyond your control. You simply have physical wiring which causes you to mindlessly grab at vices when triggered—and you’re almost always being triggered.
But your rational mind—the part that plans, weights out pros and cons, and seems to come to logical decisions—it’s still part of the Physical Self.
It gets manipulated from the inside out. The deeper, emotional parts of your brain that elicits desires and cravings, its wiry tentacles extend outwards to your newer, “rational” parts, altering how you think, feel, remember and reason. Not unlike a parasite, it tricks you, making you think that it’s “you” calling the shots, when really it’s your core biological drives hellbent on maximizing rewards while saving energy.
That’s why you find yourself sauntering over to your most despised and dangerous vices, all casual and nonchalant, as if they haven’t been ruining your life.
Lemme check what’s good on Reddit.
*Cue SpongeBob “4 hours later” clip.
Again?! How?! What the heck was I thinking???
Well, your thinking was, just, altered. Something deep in your brain biased and tainted your rational thoughts to the point where it simply felt like a great idea.
So my insistence on shifting the blame towards your Physical Self isn’t some positive-thinking quackery. It’s founded on truth. You must forgive yourself when you falter because you deserve to forgive yourself.
The Take-Away: You—the real you that can feel, observe, experience—are not flawed or afflicted. You’re just connected to a Physical Self with antiquated and faulty programming that leads to compulsive and irrational behaviours.
So you’re bound to slip-up and do irrational things, for which you must blame the Physical Self.

2. Commit to Unconditional Self-Compassion
The Belief: Self-criticism, self-contempt, self-punishment are effective deterrents of bad behavior.
The Assumption: If I let myself get away with doing bad things, I’ll end up doing them again and again.
The Reframe: The last section laid out why you deserve to be compassionate with yourself.
But we can go beyond that. You should be compassionate with yourself because self-compassion is friggin’ functional. It’s a powerful tool for self-improvement. Essential for breaking bad habits.
As I described, vices are amazing at relieving bad feelings. And when you’re hard on yourself for faltering—when you beat yourself up and indulge in harsh negative self-talk—what do you thing happens? Your Physical Self get stressed and anxious, which triggers the flow of fresh dopamine and the compulsion to reach for more vice for relief.
You’re going to slip up at some point. What happens next—whether you can move on and avoid spiralling out to a binge—depends on your instinct and willingness to forgive and be compassionate with yourself.
In short, self-compassion is the only thing that can break you out of the Vice Feedback Loop.

And that’s just the short-term benefit. Self-compassion also plays a key role in improving your long-term well-being and mental health.
As any good therapist will teach you, it’s often not the actual life-event that has the capacity to impact us and cause pain. It’s the way we interpret the event. The story we tell ourselves and what it means about who we are and what we deserve.
And what do you think happens after aggregating years repeated cycles of trying and failing to get a handle on your behavior? What happens with years of failed work sessions, binges and harsh self-episodes of self-flagellation?
You get diminished self-worth. You get the gradual erosion of hope, optimism, passion, and ambition. You get resignation and apathy.
Self-compassion is the antidote to all that. It’s the ointment I’m prescribing you to take daily to heal your self-image and reclaim your self-worth.
The Take-away: The fundamental and non-negotiable principal of the Habit Reframe Method is unconditional self-compassion towards yourself. This applies both for your past mistakes, and for your upcoming and inevitable slip-ups and failures.

4. Unlock Motivation
The Belief**:** Motivation to make changes must come from disliking, or even hating the way things are. Why else would anyone be bothered to put in work?
The Assumption**:** If I accept myself as I am, I won’t have the impetus to make changes. The tricky bit is using that dislike and hate as fuel; getting it to induce self-discipline.
The Reframe**:** The things is—and I learned this the long and hard way—this doesn’t work.
The negativity you feel—dislike of yourself, resentment of your current situation, envy of others, regret, desperation to change—they are the problem, not the solution.
So let me say it plainly.
Motivation can’t be fueled by negativity.
Motivation cannot be fueled by negativity.
The reason for this is simple. Negativity only does one thing: it drives you to your vice.
No matter how much it consciously gets you determined to make big changes, your subconscious, the emotional part of you that actually drives behavior, will just chuckle and say, Hmm, I guess we could do it your way… or…or!... we could fix all these terrible problems now and with the effort of moving a thumb. Let’s just go with that.
Positive changes in behavior, leading to tangible and permanent improvements to your life, are only going to happen when you become okay with the way things are.
I’ll say it again.
Positive changes will happen once you’ve accepted the way things are.
Motivation only works forward. It won’t show up if you’re obsessed with wanting to move away from a life or career path you hate and resent.
It’s a cat. It won’t come if you chase it out of your petty needs—if it feels like you are desperate for it.
You have just to let life be. You have to first find a way to be at peace with the present moment. Accepting of the way things are now.
You can do that by just observing how things are. By just sitting with reality, by releasing all judgement and expectations and objectively asking yourself, in this thin sliver of the present moment, is my life really that bad? Do I really need to hate and resent my current situation?
As long as you’re not letting past regrets and future worries muddle your thoughts, the answer will always be a no. There’s nothing to hate; never was. You can always find a way to accept the present moment, even if it contains some or even lots of pain.
Take-away: Let go of the negativity you cling to: hate and resentment of your current situation, envy of others, desperation to change. They aren’t helping you get motivated. They just drive you to vice.
“Unlock” motivation by coming to accept the way things are; by finding peace and acceptance with yourself, as you are now.

4: Never Force Yourself
The Belief: The trick to breaking bad habits is replacing them with good habits.
The Assumption: If I stop with all the tech distractions, I’ll have a vacuum of time which I’ll need to fill with work and lifestyle habits.
The Reframe: There’s nothing wrong with wanting to be productive. Nothing wrong with wanting to carve out time to exercise, meditate, read, write, cook good food. In fact, a key aspect of the method is setting up a system that’ll enable you to live healthily, get lots done, and reach your goals.
But you’re just not there yet.
In fact, there's a chance your efforts at starting up all these good habits is sabotaging your efforts to end bad habits.
Why? Because, the real trick to breaking bad habits is to relinquish, as much as possible, the psychological triggers of the bad habits in the first place: discomfort. And you know what’s ridiculously uncomfortable and triggering? Pressure. Expectations. Feeling overwhelmed. Feeling inadequate. Falling even a little short on what you expect yourself to do.
You simply need to give yourself permission to do nothing.
But I have so much work to do! have deadlines! Plus the whole point of me ending my bad habits is free up the time to pursue my creative dreams!
I hear you.
I know you’re behind on your obligations. I know you desperately want to hustle and get moving on your passion project. I know you know the secret to success is to chip away at it every day.
But you need to lay the foundation for the work to happen naturally. Easily. Organically. Without force or coercion. And that takes time.
The Take-away: If you want get productive and disciplined, you need to give yourself permission to to un-plug and do nothing.
Be patient. Never force yourself to work. If it ain’t happening through natural motivation (or by the pressure of a deadline), it ain’t happening. Let it go. Come back later.

5. Prevent Unhappiness
The Belief: My vices make me happy.
The Assumption: My vices entertain, gratify, stimulate me… all of that feels good and I like feeling good, therefore it contributes to my happiness.
The Reframe: Pleasure and happiness. Happiness and pleasure. Aren’t those two, like, synonymous? Doesn’t the right dose of pleasure lead to happiness?
If you were to ask Dr. Robert Lustig, famed endocrinologist and author of the book The Hacking of the American Mind, you’d get a definitive no.
He’d however sympathize with your confusion, citing evidence that our modern society’s big industries—big-Food, big-Tech, big-Pharma—are doing all they can keep to keep you confused.
Exhibit A: Coca Cola’s “Open Happiness” marketing slogan. 2009 to 2016.
According to Lustig, and with a profit-at-any-cost motive, we’re constantly sold on things—from sugar-water to social networks—with the promise of happiness and contentment… but all those things are capable of doing is dolling out doses of ephemeral pleasure. In fact, too much pleasure seeking activity can actually interfere with our ability to be happy.
It all comes down to some brain chemistry.
As it is well known by now, serotonin is the neurotransmitter responsible for feelings of contentment and wellbeing, as well as mood stabilization. Too little of it leads to depression. Lustig points out that the brain has to manufacture its own stores of serotonin using the amino acid tryptophan as a raw material, which is only acquired through diet.
Here’s the issue. That precious cargo, tryptophan, must be transported from the gut to the brain with the help of specific amino acid transporters, which we might think of as cargo ships.
These ships happen to transport other amino acids, including phenylalanine and tyrosine, which are used to make dopamine, the hormone that triggers wanting and motivates actions that lead to pleasure.
Because there’s a limited supply of cargo ships, pleasure seeking (motivated through dopamine) is in direct competition with happiness (felt through serotonin). And, since motivation is more important than contentment for survival, dopamine always wins. How’s that for a serious supply-chain issue?
The result? Well here’s how Lustig puts it:
The consequences have been dire, [we’re experiencing] dual epidemics of addiction (too much pleasure) and depression (not enough happiness).
The Take-Away: The production of dopamine competes with the production of serotonin—and dopamine takes priority. Therefore pleasure seeking competes with happiness.
Every time you decide to indulge in a pleasurable vice today, you are inadvertently eroding some of tomorrow’s happiness.

6. Consider ALL the consequences
The Belief: Every time I indulge in a vice, it’s because I’m chasing after an enjoyable experience. That’s what I am giving up and sacrificing when I decide to quit.
The Assumption: My vices make me feel good and that’s why I consume them.
The Reframe: Why is it so hard to, say, eat a handful of chips, then put the bag away for the evening? Why is it so difficult to watch watch an episode or two on Netflix or play videogames for an hour, before calling it a night?
You’d think that, once you got that pleasurable “fix”, you’d feel pleased and satiated; happy to move onto something else.
But that never happens. Why is that?
It because, with the pleasure of a vice comes the inevitable suffering of craving more of it.
It’s just how we’re wired. When you feel something good, say getting a ping of gratification from social media, you think, hmm, that feels good good. I should want more. So your brain will dump dopamine in your system to get you to repeat the action again.
And again.
And again and again and again, for as long as the pleasure inducing thing is available—which for vices is virtually unlimited.
Of course you don’t have to oblige. You do have willpower. Fine, but wanting chips or wanting a ping of gratification, while knowing there’s more of it tucked away in the cupboard or stored somewhere in your phone, is a legitimately uncomfortable and potentially unbearable experience.
Like resisting the urge to scratch a mosquito bite, un-satiated desires are agonizing.
So—and here’s the kicker—you end up eating a second handful of chips or you reopen the app, not because you’re chasing the next hit of pleasure, but because you’re chasing relief.
The “pleasure” you get following a craving is therefore the same “pleasure” you get from scratching a mosquito bite—which is to say there’s none at all. You might say “aahhhh, that feels sooo good” while scratching, but is it really pleasure, or it just the bliss of returning to a normal state without an unbearable itch?
I’m not aware of half-naked mosquito junkies living in the woods, so it’s definitely the latter.

So, what I’ve come to realize is this: When I stand in front of the snack aisle at the store, or when I contemplate opening a social media app like TikTok or Reddit, I’ve been asking myself the wrong question.
The question isn’t:
How can I moderate my vices?
What choice am I really making here?
What am I about to experience, given what I now know? What choice do I make, considering if I decide to indulge, there is going to be much discomfort generated through craving more of it?
And it doesn’t end there. I need to consider all its other consequences too, like:
Sometimes, the answer to all those questions is yes. I judge the indulgence to be worth the consequences—sure, I’ll eat some birthday cake, or okay, let’s watch a movie together. Other times, I decide it’s not.
But when I make the decision not to indulge, it no longer feels like I’m having to give something up. It’s not a sacrifice if there’s nothing of substance to sacrifice; if what I have to lose is nothing compared to the little it’ll have me gain.
The Take-Away: What’s key is to understand and consider all the consequences of the action when contemplating an indulgence—discomfort of wanting more, unhappiness, resistance, apathy, distractibility, disinterest—not just that it’s immediately rewarding.
Alright, that just about covers it for the required groundwork of the method. Let’s move on to how you can apply the method to your life.
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