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So the merger is taking place for sure? Lacks like that’s the way to go. In the event that they buy our bank, what happens to us? Anyway, don’t worry about it, Rad. Whenever East Pacific gets into a merger… they hire most of the people from the banks which they acquire. Oh, that’s a relief. Okay. Anyway, I’ll keep you updated. Okay. Thanks, Veron. Have a nice day. Okay. You too. Nelsen! How are you, dude? I’m okay. I’m going to deposit the money that Patsy sent. Give me that. Wait a second. Okay. Thank you. Migs. How’s Patsy? She’s doing well. Actually, she just got promoted. She is now the head nurse at a hospital in Jersey City. Really? What about you, what are you doing? Well, I’m a househusband. Househusband. Yes. I devote my time to taking care of the kids and running the house. You mean you’re not planning to join your wife in America and find a job there? The children are very young. It’s going to be difficult if we both migrate to America. Who’s going to stay at home and take care of the kids? You know, I can’t imagine… how he’s able to live with that kind of an arrangement. His wife is in New Jersey, working very hard to earn money for their family. And what is Nelson doing? He’s such a big guy, but he’s just here in the Philippines… hanging out at home like a bum. He’s not doing anything. He’s just enjoying the money his wife is sending. Oh please. What makes you think your cousin’s husband is just bumming around? What do you think he’s doing? He’s not working, remember? He just stays at heme, watching over his kid all day. Hey, Rodrigo, don’t forget that I’m a stay-at-home wife. You’re probably thinking that what we do is piece of cake. It’s also a job. You should try staying at home while I do the working. We can have that talk. Me, stay at home? Never. Yes. We can actually meet in person so I can properly explain the policy. Yes. We’re not talking about a health card… it’s an insurance policy. Hi! Hi! But it covers… Hi! Around two hundred thousand pesos Neighbor! Neighbor, hi! Okay. I’ll call you again later.