Monthly Archives: February 2014

Herd Mentality’s Good Side

Herd mentality of the Filipinos work both ways. Either it favor or disfavor persons, things or events. On election period, the people’s herd mentality favored the likes of “Sexy,” “Pogi” and “Tanda”. The herd mentality disfavored them now. Former President

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Positive Assertion to Ponder

Jinggoy Estrada behaved like a headless chicken running crazy after Ruby Tuazon, a provisional state witness for the Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) controversy gave an eyewitness account of how she personally delivered Sen. Estrada’s kickbacks in his Senate office.

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“Go Ahead Slam Dunk, make Juan dela Cruz Day!”

John Sevilla, the newly appointed chief of the Bureau of Customs (BOC), like in a basketball game, made this week a crowd pleasing play of his version of slam dunk shot. The slam dunk for John Sevilla is the double-digit

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Vhong Navarro’s Indiscreet Lapses

Indiscreet lapses occur when temptation surfaces, as in adhering to the adage, “Grain that comes to the rooster’s beak would get picked” (Palay na lumapit sa manok, tutukain). The problem is, the “grain,” referring to Deniece Cornejo, is already owned

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