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The hazard lights

Egay Uy SEVERAL websites on the Internet would tell any resourceful motorist when to use and when not to use the now-abused hazard lights. In a NZ website, hazard lights may be used only when one’s vehicles has broken down and is being towed, or when you are changing a ...

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Creepy

Netnet Camomot THE Pandora’s box that Harvey Weinstein’s case has opened continues to reveal more sexual harassers and assaulters. Matt Lauer, Mario Batali, and Al Franken are the latest famous names to be revealed, and their cases continue to shock us. Is this how most men behave? I’m sure these ...

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Vendetta, not accountability (2)

Cong Corrales Second of two parts “The past can’t hurt you anymore unless you let it.” -Alan Moore, V for Vendetta   THE following are the other characters in this charade of justice called the impeachment complaint against Supreme Court Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno. If you were watching the ...

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Respect for national proceedings?

Jude Josue Sabio IN the recent Assembly of State Parties of the International Criminal Court, Harry Roque asserted that the ICC must respect “national proceedings”. In support of his assertion, he stated that there is an intimate link between terrorism and drugs and that there are “ongoing national proceedings involving ...

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Stockholm

Nora Soriño ILIGAN City – “What is the capital of Sweden?” Uncle was asking the eight-year old nephew. They were playing a game called “name the capital.” Nephew could not remember, so he asked for a clue. “Well, you stock some frogs in the refrigerator…” The mother who was within ...

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An inch closer to nationwide martial law

Letters WE questioned President Rodrigo Duterte’s move to extend martial law for another year, following the AFP and the PNP’s recommendation. This is despite the AFP’s declaration of “victory” in Marawi. What, then, is the basis for extending martial law for another year? This is a dangerous precedent that inches ...

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Getting weirder and weirder

Herbie Gomez THE ideas of some of those behind the now passé revolutionary government proposition are becoming weirder and weirder everyday. We can ignore or laugh off baseless assertions by the opinionated and loud barber next door but when the preposterous and dreadful proposals come from people in government, especially ...

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Sanofi’s vague medical advice

Elson Elizaga DENGUE is a matter of life and death, but Sanofi Pasteur gives us information that seems to come from another planet. Its statement on November 29, 2017 is vague, evasive, and annoying.  Excerpt from mediaroom.sanofi.com: “Based on up to six years of clinical data, the new analysis evaluated ...

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Saturday smiles

Netnet Camomot “COME Saturday morning, I’m goin’ away with my friend/We’ll Saturday-spend till the end of the day, just I and my friend/We’ll travel for miles in our Saturday smiles and then we’ll move on/But we will remember long after Saturday’s gone.” But last Saturday morning, all I wanted to ...

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High school is forever

Raul Ilogon I AM XUHS Batch 1979. Like a true Atenean, I am proud of my batch. Thirty-eight years since graduation, we have produced an XU-AAA awardee for most oustanding alumnus for government service: Maj. Gen. Ronnie Villanueva. We also have one NBI regional director, Atty. Pipo Bernales, and an ...

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