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A local casts his fishing rod while stationed atop a tomb at the flooded public cemetery in Macabebe, Pampanga. Flooding brought by heavy rains from typhoons Karen and Lawin could pose a problem for cemetery visitors ahead of the commemoration of All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day. PHOTO BY MIKE DE JUAN

A local casts his fishing rod while stationed atop a tomb at the flooded public cemetery in Macabebe, Pampanga. Flooding brought by heavy rains from typhoons Karen and Lawin could pose a problem for cemetery visitors ahead of the commemoration of All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day. PHOTO BY MIKE DE JUAN

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  1. Fishing and swimming in water contaminated by dead bodies.

    Amazing how many uneducated people there are in the Philippines thanks to administration after administration that refuse to provide education to the masses. Allocating just 2% of the budget toward education.

    The poor apparently can’t get a education unless they can walk to school since the government won’t allocate the money for a school buses.
    This is the result.

    Life is Hard
    It’s harder when you are stupid