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Secretary Jessie Robredo is dead. The Nation weeps
on Aug 20, 2012 in secretary jessie robredo dead jessie robredo DILG secretary jessie robredo's body found Today, August 21, the lifeless body of a friend and two others were found. Secretary Jessie Robredo's body along with two of his pilots were extricated out of a wrecked plane several meters deep below the ocean floor. Rescuers say they found the body...

Rampant smuggling thanks to Ms. Yu
on Aug 18, 2012 in ms tina yu tina yu-an tina yu Since she does not use her real name, then, it is safe to write her name here.  Tina Yu is still allegedly behind illegal and rampant smuggling at the Bureau of Customs. Be it your lowly China-made toothbrush to your steel products, there's a "...

Secretary Jessie Robredo's plane crash: in the sea or in land? why no wreckage found?
on Aug 18, 2012 in ramon magsaysay crash secretary robredo plane crash cessna plane crash Is it possible that Secretary Jessie Robredo is still alive? Many people, including this writer remains optimistic. For one, though reports say the airplane crashed, and some debris were recovered, no single report says that rescuers found the main p...

Secretary Jessie Robredo's plane crashed in Masbate: no signs of life yet
on Aug 17, 2012 in dilg secretary jessie robredo secretary jessie robredo jessie robredo dilg secretary I just couldn't believe what I heard---Secretary Jessie Robredo's plane crashed 3 kilometers off the Masbate airport. A deep sorrow rushed through me, as if I lost a very, very, valuable friend. I had several occasions where I was with him, but we ne...

MWSS and the perks of an MWSS driver
on Aug 14, 2012 in mwss metropolitan waterworks and sewerage system A decade ago, water services in Metro Manila had been compared to the services enjoyed by peoples from Sahara-Africa. Those who enjoy having water pumped right to their houses had to purify them just to be able to drink that yellowish colored liquid.

Typhoon Helen, the Habagats and their victims
on Aug 14, 2012 in victims of typhoons and floodings habagats typhoon helen Close to a hundred people died when strong Habagat winds brought severe flooding in the Metropolis and nearby provinces. Now, Typhoon Helen has just reached land and four people already died.  Worst, more and more people living or staying in ev...

RH Bill sure to pass Congress; Senator Enrile to be ousted as Senate President?
on Aug 12, 2012 in rh bill voting in the senate np block voting juan ponce enrile RH BILL A source says that inspite of Senator Tito Sotto's rantings, the Reproductive Health bill is sure to pass thru Congress. And this issue, says the source, will result to Senate President Juan Ponce-Enrile's ouster as Senate President.  The votin...

The primal screams of Tears for Fears and my Eighties New Wave songs
on Aug 10, 2012 in new wave songs eighties songs tears for fears concert tears for fears karl marx friedrich engels Reliving the music of my generation, the eighties, rekindles in me the primal screams of my youth, of struggling against the very system that caused me and every single one, pain and of plotting its eventual demise.  Seeing my idols of old stil...

on Aug 8, 2012 in PHILIPPINE ATMOSPHERIC GEOPHYSICAL ASTRONOMICAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION aquino administration's response to flooding FLOODING IN METRO MANILA PAGASA PAGASA is one confused lot. After establishing a color coding scheme in a day, it changed the scheme after only a day or so used. I remember the very first agency which President Aquino targeted after assuming power--PAGASA. Aquino specifically targe...

Philippine flooding are man-made and who profits from our malady?
on Aug 8, 2012 in corruption in philippines floods are man-made in the philippines calamity funds Why is it that not too many people took part in the recent rescue and relief missions of the government inspite of the fact that this catastrophe was worse than Typhoon Ondoy? Answer---because we all know that government should have learned a thing...

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