The Cool Kids


We’re all used to those cliche teen-centric films where the plot usually revolves around two groups of people: the cool kids and everyone else.

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The Dog in the Manger


One of my favorite Aesop’s fables growing up was the anecdote of the dog in the manger. It was not only the curious caricature on the cover page that made it memorable for me, but the underlying moral lesson of the story in general. Imagine a mongrel enclosed in a holding pen, unable to roam […]

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A Wrong Mentality


With the elections¬† just months away, the front-runners for the presidential race are determined in the surveys. And unsuprisingly, Ninoy Aquino’s only son, Noynoy Aquino, ranks first among other bets. Ever since his mother, the late Corazon Aquino, passed away last August the masses have called on Noynoy to become president.¬†Proclaiming an all-new people power. […]

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Mancao’s Return


After countless attempts to get him back following the reopening of the Dacer-Corbito double murder case, former Philippine Anti-Crime Commission (PACC) agent Cesar Mancao is finally coming back to the Philippines to testify in the said case. His return may well sound superb especially to the family of Bubby Dacer and his driver, Emmanuel Corbito, […]

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Arrogant Manila


It’s been seven years now since Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, the President of the Philippines, has been seated in power. And its been that long that she’s taking rants and being bashed by her critics. I’m not much of a fan of Mrs. Arroyo, but I’d rather have her stay seated in power until 2010. Actually, most […]

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