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The PBA Opening That It Used To Be

“The signature PBA that we used to watch.” If you’ve lived in the 80’s, you will agree with me that it was the glory days of the premier and Asia’s first professional basketball league, the PBA. It was those times that basketball ruled television ratings even if it’s aired on PTV4 or IBC13. PBA has…

PNoy announces abolition of Pork Barrel

PNoy: Panahon na po upang i-abolish ang PDAF. It was a very much welcome twist of events week after the President issued a statement saying pork barrel or PDAF (Priority Development Assistant Fund) should stay. Today, in a live televised speech at Malacanang, President Aquino III announces his stand on abolishing the pork barrel system.…

Why Dan Brown chose the Philippines?

Known for his controversial works like Da Vinci Code, American bestselling author Dan Brown is in for another controversy and this time via his latest book “Inferno”. In the book, Brown through its fictional character Dr. Sienna Brooks describe Manila as “the gate of hell” because of poverty, crime, chaotic traffic, sex trade and pollution.

What is your name?

“Ahhh you’re the daughter of the Mayor” First day of class in one public high-school; Teacher: Ok, good morning class, I’m Mrs. Santiago and I will be your adviser for this school year. And to start, introduce yourselves first. Student1: Good morning Mrs. Santiago, good morning classmates, I’m Teresa Aragon from Richville Dynasta Subdivision. Teacher:…

MMDA’s Bus Segration Scheme

The solution to the traffic in Metro Manila does not only defend on MMDA or the Goverment, and Bus drivers and Operations but also with the passengers. I have to admit, I am also guilty sometimes of not following some traffic rules and regulations like jay walking and alighting on non-designated unloading areas. But I…

On RH Bill and my allergy with shrimps

It was a long waited victory for the supporters and proponents of the controversial Reproductive Health Bill. Last night both houses of the Philippine Congress (Senate and House of Representatives that is) have passed the bill on its 3rd and final reading paving the way for the Bicameral Conference Committee to consolidated both versions of…