The 1964 Baliwag Elementary Reunion

While queuing up for chow, during the 1964 Elementary Class Reunion at the Greenery of Baliwag, it caught my attention this old man donned nice clothes. I thought it’s the best clothes he ever wears during his entire life. He

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The Ek’ Balam and the Domed Cenote

Ek’ Balam is a three hours ride from Palladium, the hotel we’re staying in Mexico. After a long stretch of good road, we entered to a town, it appeared to me as the Mexican setting of a Clint Eastwood’s movie,

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Road Rage: Insidious Inducer of Traffic

  Every motorist experienced unleashing pent up emotions while stuck in a traffic jam. As bottled up emotions exploded into road rage, the motorist expressed aggressive or violent behavior. It’s easy to get into a road rage trap. The sweltering

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Three P’s of Practical Proposals

Political Will, Persistency, and Personal Discipline are ingredients needed for a country to move on. DU30’s, political will is up for a toast. The Pinagkaisang Samahan ng mga Tsuper at Operator Nationwide (PISTON) rejected the jeepney modernization plan. In some

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Whiff of Corruption Sow Vengeance to the Past

    “Whiff of Corruption,” one of DU30’s defining phrases found its target: Pnoy’s past administration. The right-of-way scams exploded.  Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aquirre presented to the media Roberto Catapang Jr, his whistleblower. To make it bombastic, he highlighted the 8.7 billion

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The Hearsay Blabberer

Atty. Larry Gabon, a vainglorious empty swagger, in his 2016 Senate run quoted: “He would murder women, men, elderly, and children and torch the Muslim communities if they will not help in government efforts to stop the rebellion in Mindanao”.

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NPA, Terrorist!

The NPA exhausted the patience and goodwill of DU30. “Daming Arte. Akala mo sila Gobyerno,” Duterte spouted off, raining his saliva to the microphone. Duterte tagged the NPA and the NDF as “Terrorist”. Good for them! For over three decades,

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