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Friday, August 31, 2007

-=mikz=-: hi
bot: panong ccbakin c general eh bagman nga ni fg un
bot: c viki toh nga pala ni fg galit na galit sa order ni mam na wasakin mga kotse nya
bot: panong d magagalit c mam, sinasalisiham na cya kay sir
bot: eh pati ba naman sa kurakot . . paparte pa!!!
NOY: is it true na sabay-sabay nawala mga opisyal ng gapo habang nasa state of emergency?
UY: si cong mitos hindi nag junket,
UY: nagpunta po cya sa ASEAN parliamentary meeting
UY: saka d state of emergency un, state of calamity buyoy!
bomber: whatever.kelan ba maayos mga sirang daan d2?soriano st.til now di pa naayos.ano
bomber: k b bong puro papogi lang naman
bomber: binabawi u ata binigay u un election..uy aminin..
bomber: kakapal ng mga mukha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!-!!!!!
sandy: grabe sentensya kay ex-mayor joey, d2 kaya sa gapo???
sandy: uy bomber, taga soriano st, sta rita ka pala?
sandy: ako taga d2 sa giba-gibang st ng cristobal

comment on post "KAPISTAHAN NG GAPO

jantiff has left a new comment on your post "KAPISTAHAN NG GAPO, KASADO NA!"

Since merong 3 days city wide mall sale, sana meron ding mardigras. Best is encourage all interested businesses to show case their products, since meron tayong 3 places from jackson to pag-asa pwedeng hatiin sa tatlo ang area, food, business, and entertainment so people have choices where to go. i open sa public para maraming magjoin,

i encourage mga local distributor or manufacturer para i-showcase product nila within this 3 days.. then para maging memorable ang event make something uniquely olongapo.. remember summer jam in SBMA?? something like that..or pwedeng tayong mag-alot ng day like twin day, isa sa mga araw na iyon and invite all the twins to come and show to the people how many kambal are there in Olongapo show their talent (singing/dancing) and select the winner.

Or to make it more interesting, mag lagay kaya ng senior citizens day, its a party to be provided to all lolo's and lola within Olongapo, so that they can get together... that we olongapenos really took care our elders well.. give them a party.. and pwede ding mag-open ng flea market to sell antiques on the street.. like old coins, old furnitures, paintings basically old items only.. kelangan lang nman proper information dessimination then people will come and join..lahat ito ay suggestion lang, kung walang makukuha dito at least, naman create something new that is uniquely OLONGAPO..

Thursday, August 30, 2007

viki toh

Ka_tutubo: si calimlim dapat sibakin na yan! aba pumunta ka sa kanilang lugar ..napakalaki ng lupain nyan, paano nagkaroon ng ganon kalawak ng lupain ang isang dating general ??
Ka_tutubo: hehehe.. kung ako kay arroyo,sibakin ko sa pwesto yan si calimlim
-=mikz=-: hi

bot: panong ccbakin c general eh bagman nga ni fg un
bot: c viki toh nga pala ni fg galit na galit sa order ni mam na wasakin mga kotse nya
bot: panong d magagalit c mam, sinasalisiham na cya kay sir
bot: eh pati ba naman sa kurakot . . paparte pa!!!

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Wednesday, August 29, 2007

state of calamity

UNDER PRIVILEGED SPEECH

http://sanggunian.blogspot.com/2007/08/2007-r-113-declaring-state-of-calamity.html

Marami pong haka-haka at usapan sa loob ng konseho patungkol sa hindi pagsama ng inyong lingkod sa Laguna . . . Nais ko rin pong bigyan linaw ang dahilan sa naturang usapin . . .

This representation wishes to state full agreement in the importance of a team building activity, its just that, it must have been done in a more appropriate time.

Ang ating Punong Lungsod, kasama ang ilang Department Heads (DMO, CSWD, etc) ay lumisan noong Martes, at noong Miyerkoles ay lumisan naman ang mga Punong Barangay at Brgy kagawads. Hindi ko po alam kung may opisyal na pagtatalaga sa pansamantalang hahaliling pinuno, bagamat by operation of law . . . if not by tradition . . . their next-in-line presumes the responsibility. Officers and staff of the Sanggunian left and even the representative of 1st district of Zambales is off on junket!!! This is unprecedented!!! Specially so that we have just declared that we are in a a state of calamity!!!
Salamat sa Diyos at hindi nagkaroon ng problema, because had there been an emergency situation and we are not around . . . then we will have a lot of explaining to do . . . could actually be a ground for an administrative case.

I take the trust and confidence bestowed by our people . . . and our work as leaders of this community . . . very very seriously.

Our actions should complement the pronouncements we gave thru resolutions and ordinances.

When we "DIRECT our people to mobilize and channel ALL EFFORTS and resources to undertake rescue, relief and rehabilitation operations to mitigate further effects of the calamity to save lives and property" (as we have declared in Resolution Number 113) . . . . Our people expect that these pronouncement is accompanied by concrete actions . . . inaasahan po ng mga kalungsod natin ang lakas ng pamunuan sa panahon ng kalamidad.

Ipagpaumanhin po ng mga kasamang linkod bayan . . . ng mga halal na pinuno . . .
ang sabay-sabay na pag-lisan ng liderato sa panahon ng kalamidad ay hindi mainam na ehemplo para sa mga susunod na pinuno ng isang bayan.

Mga kasama . . . mga kaibigan . . . ako po'y nagpapasalamat sa Poong Maykapal at hindi nagkaroon ng sakuna habang wala ang mga naihalal na pinuno . . . at ganon di ang pagpapasalamat sa maluwalhati nyong pagbabalik mula sa malayong biyahe. Welcome home.

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PhilStar Headlines
20 lawmakers off on junkets
By Jess Diaz Tuesday, August 28, 2007
http://www.philstar.com/index.php?Headlines&p=49&type=2&sec=24&aid=20070827210

They have just started their first regular session, but already, at least 20 members of the House of Representatives have gone abroad on junkets.

The jet-setting group is a mix of old members and neophytes who had the first taste of the travel privileges of members of Congress. The lawmakers travel business class and receive a minimum of $300 per diem, courtesy of taxpayers.

Those who were on official mission abroad were Representatives Roque Ablan Jr. of Ilocos Norte, Maria Milagros Magsaysay of Zambales;Thelma Almario of Davao Oriental, Antonio Cuenco of Cebu City, Vincent Garcia of Davao City, Nur Jaafar of Tawi-Tawi, Lorna Silverio, Reylina Nicolas and Pedro Pancho, all of Bulacan; Victor Francisco Ortega of La Union, Lorenzo Tañada III of Quezon, Eduardo Zialcita of Parañaque, and Sharee Ann Tan of Western Samar, the youngest member of the House and a neophyte

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"Malungkot ang trabaho ng tunay na lider, puno ito ng sakripisyo"

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Olongapo dad lambasted local elected officials for neglect of duty

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Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Royal Rumble sa SBMA

SIM 523248: Y-146 N-112 P-119
iAN: Don't just stand there, make it happen

WWF: Royal Rumble sa SBMA: Arreza-Calimlim-Salonga dahil sa smuggling
ARREZA: Calimlim is the smuggling czar
CALIMLIM: No!!!! I'm the Anti-Smuggling czar
SALONGA: Subic guys took advantage
VENDORS: Patalsikin si Calimlim


smugglers: believe in them, and try to follow them

BOD: Matindi ang bangayan sa SBMA Board this morning
BOD: nagsagaran ang blood pressure ng mga director


/-: nagpag-abot nga ba cla arreza at calimlim?
\-: e bakit balita eh c salonga tatanggalin?

RAY: Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence
524933: Press on brother

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new comment on post "Job Opportunities

new comment on post "Job Opportunities in Olongapo-Subic Bay":

AGE DISCRIMINATION IS DESTROYING THE FABRIC OF THE ECONOMY IN THE PHILIPPINES. THIS IS AN ABSOLUTE DISCRACE. THE NUMBER OF CATEGORIES AND ACTUAL JOBS THAT NEED TO BE FILLED BY HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE AND THIS IS THE ADVERTISEMENTS WE SEE AVAILABLE.

UNBELIEVABLE IN THE MODERN WORLD THAT SUCH ATTROCITIES GO UNNOTICED. A CRIME IT IS. A CRIME OF NEGLECT OF THE PHILIPPINE MOMS AND DADS THAT WORK SO HARD FOR NOTHING. THEY END UP GETTING DISCRIMINATED AGAINST. IT IS IN OUTRAGE AND SOMEONE WHOEVER NEEDS TO POINT THE FINGERS AT THOSE RESPONSIBLE FOR JOB CREATION IN THE PHILIPPINES.

SADLY LACKING ARE THEIR PRESENT TECHNIQUES OF BUILDING A JOB BASE. MUCH WORK IN OLONGAPO TO DO MY FRIENDS AT $4/DAY BEING THE AVERAGE WAGE AND ONLY THOSE UNDER 30 YEARS OLD CAN EVEN EARN $4/DAY. PERHAPS I, THE AMERICAN WHO MARRIED A GIRL FROM THE PHILIPPINES, SHOULD JUST FEED EVERYONE ON MY PALTRY BUDGET.

PERHAPS SOMEONE OVER THERE SHOULD ORGANIZE SOME WAY TO HELP PEOPLE WHO HAVE A LITTLE MONEY AND NEED THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS IN PI TO BE ABLE TO FIND WORK. CHECK OUT DICE.COM AND TYPE IN ANY US CITY ON THE LIST AND THEIR IS A TON OF TECHNICAL WORK. A

MERICA IS IMPORTING THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE FROM INDIA. ARE PHILIPPINE PEOPLE NOT AS BRIGHT AND INTELLECTUAL AND TECHNICAL AS INDIAN PEOPLE? WELL, SOMEONE SEEMS TO BE DISCRIMINATING AGAINST THE PHILIPPINE PEOPLE HERE. KEEPING THEM POOR. KEEPING THEM STUPID. KEEPING THE SILENT. WHAT ARE THEY DOING OVER IN THE PHILIPPINES THESE DAYS TO MAKE NEW JOBS AVAILABLE FOR THOSE WHO NEED THEM TODAY!

HOW ABOUT WWW.CAREERBUILDER.COM FOR THE PHILIPPINES. SERIOUSLY FOLKS, SOMEONE NEEDS TO GET WITH THE PROGRAM. ENOUGH POOR PEOPLE IS ENOUGH ALREADY. SMILE ON YOUR YOUTH AND FIND A WAY TO HELP THEIR PARENTS GIVE THEM HOPE FOR THE FUTURE OR ALL WILL BE WORSE IN DAYS TO COME.

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Sunday, August 26, 2007

IMBESTIGADOR

IMBESTIGADOR: dami pala nakurakot ni Mayor Kunghon sa Hanjin
IMBESTIGADOR: pati ung para sa mahihirap ay di pinalagpas
IMBESTIGADOR: walang patawad ­

OO nga: SBMA Chairman Salonga confirmed in National television that it was a mistake trusting Kunghon

OO nga: Heads will roll for Hanjin officials who connived w/ konghun

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illegal logging

KA_tutubo: kakatuwa naman at may tree planting in honor of magsaysay day !! pero ilang magsaysay na ba ang umupo sa probinsya ng zambales ? bat nakalbo ang bundok sa zambales !!!
KA_tutubo: nagtatanong lang po ang buong tribu ng kabataan zambales !!!
KA_tutubo: halos singlawak ng nueva ecija ang zambales at kahit saan ka lumingon na kabundukan sa zambales eh kalbo !
KA_tutubo: logging at mining ang isa sa sumira sa kabundukan ng zambales !!
BAS: alam ko yang pagkalbo ng bundok sa mindanao ang gawain ni jb mag at c andar naman mangalbo ng birhen ang hilig

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stop smuggling?

Re: GMA to PASTF: Stop smuggling


stop smuggling?

they have it in every port, i bet. let the government make some money to pay for our debts with the world bank: fines.
come on guys. charge them the amount if they were to buy such a car.

you know they do a lot of smuggling in Ilocos, don't you? for years they have been doing that, from washing machines to scooters to harleys. gheez, and we are not able to stop them. I may not know a lot about our country's issues about smuggling, but it is just ridiculous that we haven't realized after so many years, that we are an archipleago. Can we really watch every island? we have 7,107 don't we? we will just end up running around chasing them.


"loreladelossantos"

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Tuesday, August 21, 2007

WARNING

WARNING: layo po kayo sa customs area, an arsonist will again visit you

criteria: 4 suspension of classes must not only b dependent on typhoon signals but rainfall

DOPPLER RADAR: is an indispensable equipment we need to invest on to protect our community especially our children

FSC employee: Salamat po sa warning, tama po kayo dahil mainit ang imbestigasyon, may mamamaril at manununog nanaman

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Monday, August 20, 2007

comment on post "DOJ: Thrashing of cars legal

comment on post "DOJ: Thrashing of cars legal":

I think the DOJ's reliance on Section 2609 of the Tariff and Customs Code is misplaced because that provision refers to contraband (i.e., articles of prohibited importation and exportation). Articles of prohibited importation are enumerated in Section 102 of the same Code.

I am not aware of any law prohibiting the importation of luxury cars. Without such law, the cars cannot be classified as contraband and therefore beyond the scope of Section 2609.

Besides, what illegal activities in the future is the DOJ speaking of when the illegal act of smuggling (of goods the importation of which is not necessarily prohibited) happened in the past?

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Sunday, August 19, 2007

community service activities

I am looking for a point of contact to possibly arrange some community service activities during a visit to Subic Bay. I am interested in any orphanage or homeless shelter, or senior citizen, or handicapped facility. Thanks you very much.

Sincerely,

CMDCM Kerns
USS MILIUS DDG 69

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Filipinos need man of action

I think Ramon Tulfo has a point there about Sen. Richard Gordon being very much qualified to be the country’s president. (“They forget about Dick Gordon,” Inquirer, 8/9/07)

When the Americans left Subic and Clark, my friends and I, new graduates from the University of the Philippines, were inspired by what Gordon did at the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority and by how he pushed his constituents to move on their own. Quite a departure from typical “Pinoy” anxiety over the post-US bases scenario.

I believe the man is a “mover-shaker,” and we need someone who can kick all of us into action.

GRACE REYES (via email)

Saturday, August 18, 2007

518264

510621: If you accept the expectations of others, especially negative ones then you never will change the outcome

mOn: Change brings on d opportunity 2 do wat u wer 2 scared 2 attempt urself

To say 'I don't have time,' is like saying, 'I don't want to

amarula: do you have nothn to say but fil disgusted w/r present situation?think positv

seyertutz: pls check www.learningisfun.ph send orders to seyertutz@yahoo.com

sarabi: heard about a news that there was a 3 year old child found inside hotel room in Bo.Barretto, and was found dead? how true?

08u: where in baretto?
cap: sa arizona nakita, under investigation pa
518139: It does not matter how slowly you go so long as you do not stop

mikepickens1@gmail: The other life in PI......

Loiu: chance favors only the prepared mind

SIM: Y-144 N-104 P-116

The things that we share in our world are far more valuable than those w/C divide us

Friday, August 17, 2007

new comment on post "Your Say in Subic Bay News

new comment on post "Your Say in Subic Bay News":

Better to auction off the cars rather than destroy them. The government could have made earned taxes too, if that was their concern.
As a car lover, that was quite upsetting for me and I believe it was an act of lunacy even if none of them were mine.

Thursday, August 16, 2007

Smuggled Luxury Vehicle's destruction

Has anyone bothered to check to see if these vehicles were stolen from other countries? It is very common for vehicles stolen in the U.S. to be shipped overseas.

I think that the serial #'s on these cars should be interpoled prior to their destruction. Just a thought!

"bobkeyes3" <bobkeyes3@yahoo.com>

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PRESIDENT RICHARD GORDON

Dear Subic Bay News Group,

I have read the column entitled "They forget about Dick Gordon" by Mr. Ramon Tulfo. I would like to give my thanks to Mr. Tulfo, for he knows how to recognize what Gordon has done for the country most especially in Olongapo because myself is from Olongapo.

I would say no one really has done what our "Dick Gordon" have done in the past. Dick Gordon is my favorite in the political field. And I wish him to be the future Philippine President. I am Filipino presently working here in a very far Cuba. And one thing, when he will become a President, for sure he might be a big help for those OFW workers who wants to be working in the Philippines rather than overseas just to be with their beloved families.

It would soon be nice to hear the line ,,,, "PRESIDENT RICHARD GORDON". Wow!!! sounds nice to the ear., di ba ?

Please extend this message to Senator Dick Gordon.

I salute you ,,,,news@subicbay.ph.

It's me,
Babe
donanfer122884@yahoo.com

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Wednesday, August 15, 2007

comment on post "CARLESS IN SUBIC

caraddict has left a new comment on post "CARLESS IN SUBIC":


the only thing the government wants is to earn more money, thru TAXES, if they will just crush the cars listed on thursday they'll just waste money and time... i can just smell publicity a stunt.

if they sell those cars listed they can earn atleast 30million pesos with those cars... and 30million pesos can FEAD thousands of families already.

and with your opionion with branded cars, i just think you cant afford them. comparing a Toyota Altis to a Mercedes Benz S350 (the least priced from the list) is a big NO NO.

i think what the government should is to lessen the taxes in importing and add tax in gasoline! HAHAHAHA 'coz cars consumes gasolines. thats will ear them millions even billions of pesos per month.


im a big car fan,i love them and i want to own as much as i can. if they'll continue thus demolishion on thursday it'll just show that the country is willing to spend more than earning.

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