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Saturday, March 22, 2014

The "World's Most Virile Man" May Not Find Much Clients In The Philippines

While the Philippine government and the Catholic Church continue to cross swords on how to control the country's runaway population growth, several Europeans are enlisting the help of a 42-year old dutch tour guide to solve their own fertility problems. 

Most virile man

Meet Ed Houben,  dubbed as Europe's most virile man (some say, even the world). As of last count he has already fathered 98 children. Compared to infertility clinics and sperm banks, Mr. Houben helps women quite differently in two ways: first, he transmits sperm the natural way (good 'ol fashioned sex) and second, he does it for free. He considers himself as a charitable sperm donor.

Ed Houben with the mother of one his dozens of babies (photo credit: http://news.bbcimg.co.uk/)
In an interview with the BBC, Mr. Houben says he has been helping not just heterosexual couples have children but also lesbian couples and single women as well. His success rate is quite impressive: 8 out of 10 women he had sex with resulted in a pregnancy. Considering that he provides his services for free, some of the big sperm banks are likely to get insecure. Most sperm banks charge between 5,000 to 6,000 euros (or a whopping Php 375,000!).

Before you think this guy is living it up: bedding childless women all over Europe, Ed Houben has put in place some safeguards for himself and his numerous children just in case things get complicated. He also has to assure a few jealous husbands on the arrangement. So far, everything has been working quite fine for him and the happy couples he has helped.

Now this got me thinking, will Mr. Houben, who is still single by the way, find any clients here in the Philippines? I think you know the answer to that. :) 







Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Should The Philippines Buy The FA 50 Jet Fighters?

Photo from imageshack via Philstar.com
A few days ago, the Philippine Star reported that the Philippines will be signing an Php 18.9Billion contract with Korea Aerospace Industries for the acquisition of 12 FA 50 lead-in fighters. This deal will allow the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) to get back to the jet age.