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What emergency response?

  IT was quite hard to believe the failure of government emergency responders to lend aid to a male foreigner who collapsed on Taft Av­enue near Remedios Street in Ermita, Manila, recently. The uploader of the video, which was posted on Facebook and went viral last week, spoke of contacting government hospitals to send an […]

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All about lubes

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All about lubes

  Hello, Avid fan po ako ng column ninyo. I just want to ask kung mayroon bang numbing lube or gel na pwedeng ipahid at gamitin para kapag nagpepenetrate ay hindi masakit? Salamat po.                                                                                     Gel Girl   Hello Gel Girl, Thank you for being a fan of my column! Sana maging fan ka rin […]

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We now make our own adjustments to Brexit

  THE United Kingdom (UK) finally left the European Union (EU) last January 31 after months of indecision in the British Parliament where Prime Minister Boris Johnson could not find sufficient support for his plans for Britain’s exit – Brexit – from the EU. The withdrawal has now been accomplished without much trouble, with the […]

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Industrialize Philippine economy

  ROUGHLY 75 years after WWII, how did Japan rise from the ashes of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, with an American sponsored (Douglas MacArthur) Constitution, as one of the wealthiest economies in the world? Long dissertation required, however, the short of it may be summarized in the cardinal question government posed the Japanese people. “With determinate […]

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Toxic relationship

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Toxic relationship

  Dear Manay Gina, I have not been on speak­ing terms with my sister for several years. There are just so many unresolved issues between us – distrust, dis­honesty, financial and emo­tional manipulation, etc. Lately, I got so irritated when I learned that she has been spreading false information about me to our extended family […]

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As Australia’s fires rage, we await our rains

  IT is the middle of the deep and dark winter in the northern hemisphere, but way down in the southern hemisphere of our Earth in Australia, bushfires which have been raging for four months now have are now advancing and threatening the country’s capital Canberra. Fires were reported out of control in the Australian […]

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