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Friday, September 19, 2014
If a principled man fits the bigoted bill, then isn't it then absolutely alright to be called a bigot! Men of principle should take it as a compliment from here on.
In fact, this is now what I believe: principled bigotry is a fundamental right!
What do you think?
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
|Image from Christian Headlines|
When jihadists came conquering Europe in the Middle Ages, predominantly Christian Europe fought back through what is now known as the Crusades. Will it come to that?
Tuesday, June 29, 2010
Finding out which street is which can sometimes feel like a chase. I have come to know a good number of streets during my trying years in Metro Manila as a newcomer. But then, just when I have gotten used to the names, the Lords of street names changed their names.
Most of the street chase that I know are in Makati City:
- BUENDIA (a major street in Makati that intersects Ayala and EDSA) ... they changed the name to Sen Gil Puyat Ave decades back; but people still call it Buendia.
Saturday, April 24, 2010
How can I disagree with forbidding surveys as proposed by Tulfo during election time? Indeed, if we ban our media from discussing merits of a case in a litigation, how much more with the selection process for the country's top position?
Surveys defeat the spirit of the campaign period. It influences people in a way that will detrimental to the country.
Indeed, "If judges, supposedly men and women of letters, could be influenced by the discussion of the pros and cons of a criminal or civil case in media, more so the ignorant voters who are easily swayed."
How can I disagree with that? In fact, I am completely sold out to that!
"If judges, supposedly men and women of letters, could be influenced by the discussion of the pros and cons of a criminal or civil case in media, more so the ignorant voters who are easily swayed."
- Forbid surveys during election - INQUIRER.net, Philippine News for Filipinos (view on Google Sidewiki)
Sunday, April 18, 2010
Either way, the consequence will be a President and a future we all deserve.
Fate shall accept neither praise nor blame.
Tuesday, March 30, 2010
To some "Holy Week" translates to "spiritual retreat" after a whole year's work. It can also translate to "pabasa" and "processions" that slow down traffic in the provinces.