Mark Ivan Pasia Genosa of PMA Mabalasik class of 2019 took to Facebook to share the life’s lessons he learned as a PMA cadet. In a Facebook post, Genosa confessed that 5 years ago, he was a simple engineering student and had no plans of entering the military. In fact, other than his father, he had no military background. He did not experience ROTC and CAT. The closest thing to military training was being a Boy Scout. Genosa said he did not want to be a soldier. Aside from the fact that he disdain getting orders from other people, he

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In light of the trending ADMU bullying issue, an Ateneo alumnus claiming to be a victim of bullying in his Ateneo days has come forward on Facebook. Facebook netizen David Christopher Hizon claimed he was bullied since Grade 3 that continued until he graduated in high school because he was “wearing glasses and had a cleft chin.” Says bullying started with busmates, escalating to classmates and then batchmates. Hizon asserted that Ateneo has always been a breeding ground for bullies and the sad part the school never really does anything about it. Some of his bullies he said had Moms

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After the video of road rage incident involving an arrogant Toyota FJ Cruiser motorist went viral, the identity of the assailant has been named by blogger Mark Lopez. According to Lopez, the arrogant driver is none other than Jojo Valerio who is now in the custody of the Pampanga police. Reports said that Valerio borrowed the Toyota FJ Cruiser. From whom? That remains a mystery. Lopez asked why the Toyota FJ Cruiser bears plate number “8”, which is exclusive only to members of House of Representatives? Peeps, Eto na daw ang TUNAY na may sala sa viral na road

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One of the biggest problems of megacities like Metro Manila is garbage. To compound the woes of Metro Manila residents, the local governments do not seem to know the solution to the problem. When the seasonal monsoon visits the country and in other parts of Asia, the garbage problem of Metro Manila becomes even more pronounced. Here’s the photo from ABS-CBN taken in Roxas Blvd during this year’s seasonal monsoon rain and flood. If you wonder where the hell did this garbage come from, this video circulating online will now answer our question. The raw CCTV video showing an unnamed

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As Mocha Uson already made it known that she is returning the USTAA award, a Facebook post from an actress defending her goes viral online. On January 23, 2018, character actress Beverly Salviejo took to Facebook defending Mocha Uson from critics who went ballistic after the news broke out on social media regarding the award from UST. Likewise, Salviejo lamented the double standards of critics who accused Mocha of being the purveyor of “fake news” when she said Rappler had been making allegations against Duterte, but later turned out to be fake. In the end, the actress told Mocha Uson

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We, Filipinos, are known for our indomitable spirit and resiliency in times of adversity. But here’s another Filipino trait admired the world over and that is our ability to smile in the face of tragedy or natural calamities. This has been demonstrated once again amongst our Bicolano “kababayans” amidst the threat of a major explosion of Mayon Volcano. If you’ve been following the news lately, Mayon Volcano has been bombarding Albay residents with black thick ash, making the lives of residents residing under the shadow of the erupting volcano miserable. Despite the doom and gloom scenario in Bicol, a video

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During the Liberal Party’s 72nd anniversary celebration, VP Leni Robredo told her party mates “not to lose hope amid the shrouding darkness”. Leni’s remarks did not sit well with her critics, including retired radio and TV broadcaster Jay Sonza who took to Facebook expressing his disappointment over the “darkness” statement. On Facebook, Sonza writes: tsk.tsk,,tsk…anong nangyari sa iyo kaibigang leni. why has politics so blinded you, that you can no longer discern real from lies, born out of propaganda. sayang ka my friend. hindi ko mawari kung bakit mo nasabing, lahat sa Pilipinas ay madilim at walang kinabukasan. what a

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Wondering why the election protest of Bongbong Marcos against Leni Robredo in the Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET) is taking so long? Well, the Facebook post of election lawyer Glenn Chong making the rounds in the social media lately will hopefully keep the public abreast of what’s slowing down the Marcos-Robredo election protest. According to Chong, SC Justice Caguiao has been the biggest thorn in Bongbong Marcos’ election protest by issuing unfair resolutions in favor against Marcos while favoring Robredo. The latest PET resolution issued on January 10, 2018 clearly demonstrates Chong’s point. However, not all bad news though as the

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As Rappler cries to the high heavens amidst its woes with the SEC, a Facebook post from a netizen who happens to be an accountant goes viral. The Facebook post explains the Rappler and SEC issue from the standpoint of an accountant in a clear and simple manner that every Juan understands. The Facebook post was published on January 16, 2018 by Olan Clever Mat and has since gathered more than 3,700 shares and 6,344 reactions on Facebook and counting. The post was quite long with few accounting jargons here and there but please, don’t let that intimidates you because

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