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The Brain Behind Illegal Towing

Traffic violators in Metro Manila are allergic to legalities and paper works. That’s why they are hard as granite to give out their Driver’s License when apprehended. They argued to their last breath. And they never run out of sly

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How Chief Justice Sereno Outwits the Monkeys

  The Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno appeared as the tortoise of the old time favorite fable – The Tortoise and the Monkey. This famous fable paralleled to the current political climate with a twist:  The monkey characters multiplied. The

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“Tara,” The Monster in Customs

“Juan Ponce Enrile a Memoir,” Enrile’s book – under the subtitle Compromise with Corruption, he described how he blended raising the revenue of the Bureau of Customs (BOC) not disturbing “Tara” tradition going on at the bureau in 1996. This

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The Irony of Mocha Uson Appointment

  Ms. Margaux Justiniano Uson, known also as “Mocha Uson” appointed as PCOO’s Assistant Secretary is ironic. On Uson’s pretext that people relied on wrong reports coming from the mainstream media, she said, she would be in charge fighting the

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The “Shabulized” Duterte’s List

Nice word invention with double entendre by Duterte.

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The Quip That Made Them Blink

  Whenever the president- elect Rody Duterte held midnight news conferences, where, as always, his talks centered on drugs and corruption, he couldn’t help himself but turn livid. It is as if an active volcano growled inside him.   One

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The Peril of Haste

  Angry. Desperate. Frustrated. These sentiments are what the people nourished and wish to impart as the reasons why they rooted for Digong Duterte. Of course, the people’s sentiments are valid. Who would not piss on the case, for example,

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