Archive for November, 2009

My Views On The Maguindanao Massacre

It is one of the darkest days, probably THE darkest day in Philippine Media history as at least 30 persons, mostly comprised of journalists, are not only confirmed dead but some were also found beheaded and mutilated, and the women raped.

Still 6 months away, the country has now its first reported political violence linked to the May 2010 election. This is a fact, however, that is overshadowed by how massive the scale of this dreadful and senseless massacre is.

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Cignal Digital TV: Unparalleled Clarity with More Choices

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Cignal Digital TV: Unparalleled Clarity with More Choices

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Picture this: your favorite movies, sports events - even cartoons for the kids - in unbelievably clear images that they seem to come to life right before your eyes. Well, you need not imagine anymore because your high definition wishes are about to come true as Cignal HD is now available in Davao.

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Album Review for Michael Bublé’s “Crazy Love”

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After 2 years from his “Call Me Irresponsible” album, Michael Buble comes back to offer us a much more variant of an album that is “Crazy Love.”

This album, as a whole, is packed and strong, most of which can be attributed to the quite heavy arrangements only done with faith that Michael Buble’s improved vocals can deliver. While different musical genres are involved here, those familiar and have grown fond of Buble will still get the Buble they love. His delivery is pretty much similar: modest but heartfelt. Something that is significantly added though is that it also comes unpretentious but is absolutely fun.

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Much Ado About Halloween

Sometimes, the Filipino Catholic priests spew out countless opinions on issues which, I believe, are better left undiscussed by anyone from their faction. And there are those which are inevitably laughable that you just have to bring them up for discussion.

Take this one, for example, from CBCPNews.com:

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