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‘Wag munang magbiro

    ANG column na ito ay ginawa para sa mga taong may suliranin sa buhay na gusto ng agarang solusyon! Walang maliit o malaking problema, lahat dito, pantay-pantay! Huwag niyo nga lang seseryosohin kasi hindi lahat ng mababasa niyo dito totoo! Good vibes lang! Simulan na natin! * Hi Alex, April 1 kahapon pero […]

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Privileged or foolhardy?

    SINCE last week, Senator Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III has been drawing flak from all sides for repeatedly breaking self-isolation despite exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms and taking the test. To this day, in spite of his public apology, after being tested COVID-positive, health care workers (HCWs), the public in general, and the netizens, in particular, […]

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Before Abraham came to be, I am

    Gospel • Jn 8:51-59 * JESUS said to the Jews: “Amen, amen, I say to you, whoever keeps my word will never see death.” So the Jews said to him, “Now we are sure that you are possessed. Abraham died, as did the prophets, yet you say, ‘Whoever keeps my word will never […]

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Quarantine will have to do until we can do mass testing

    IT is indeed true that the ultimate step our national health system can take in the fight against the coronavirus is mass testing of the public. But this is an impossibility at this time. We simply do not have the means – the facilities and materials – to test every one in this […]

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Tired, bored

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Tired, bored

    Hello Ma’am Rica, Ngayong under tayo sa Enhanced Community Quarantine dahil sa COVID-19, of course stay at home lang kami ng partner ko. And of course dumadating ‘yung medyo bored na kami and we think of doing it more often dahil on normal days, medyo busy kami sa work and even if we […]

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US Defense Production Act 1950

    PART of the crisis in our communities is the lack of alcohols and hand-sanitizers, as protocols for “personal hygiene” and public/ private establishments (restaurant, business enterprise etc.), government offices providing said necessities, as visibly available, and ideally located at door entrances, tables, front desks, etc. We learn from observing the psychology of our […]

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