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Mula sa Simbahang Lingkod ng Bayan:
As a sign of our protest against the NPC-led, Danding Cojuangco-backed, malicious and unconstitutional impeachment of Chief Justice Davide, let us refuse to patronize and add more fuel to Danding’s cash cow — San Miguel Corporation.
The following is the list of San Miguel Corporation’s consumer products we can boycott:
Continue reading “Boycott San Miguel!”
Got these messages yesterday and today:
Wear black on Monday in support of Davide. Boycott San Miguel products. Let’s teach politicians & greedy businessmen a lesson. Pls pass ?
GOT DIS…P5 M each pd by Danding to 93 Congresmen hu signd Davide impeachment, because of SC coco levy opinion. Let the corrupt 93 feel our anger-pass this on.
A rally will be led by Cory Aquino tom 2pm at batasan in suport of cj davide. pls wear black. pls pass.
Ang kakapal talaga. Nakakagalit. Mga alipores nina Bush at Gloria, mga bayaran ni Danding.
Ilang araw matapos si Bush ay bumisita
Gobyernong Pilipino ay lalong bumubukaka
Simula na nga ba ng panibagong panggagahasa?
Pero rape with Ina ng Bayan’s consent yata ito.
Tsk tsk tsk. Oily conspiracy, ika nga nina Jeusa at Sir Danny.
Nang mabasa ko ang press release na ito nang mag-one-day special duty ako sa dati kong office, putek, na-high blood na naman ako:
The Macapagal-Arroyo government welcomes as beneficial to the Philippines US President George W. Bush’s plan to send his energy chief to look into the possibility of joint ventures to explore for oil and natural gas in the country, Deputy Presidential Spokesman Ricardo Saludo said today.
Whenever Mhay and I are online these days, we spend a lot of time in Friendster–probably the biggest thing to hit the World Wide Web lately. Its original concept as a dating service has changed. It has even probably overtaken Alumni.net, which was supposed to be useful in finding former classmates. With Friendster, you’d find not just old friends in school–you’d even get reconnected with former crushes, girlfriends or boyfriends, and even childhood best friends.
Hmm, do I sound like I’m doing a Friendster testimonial? Mhay felt that way yesterday when we were convincing our friend Barn to join.
I now have 81 contacts in my Friendster list: most of them my cyberfriends; a number of them my real-life friends, colleagues, and former classmates; my favorite celebrities; and some friendly strangers.
Continue reading “Friendster Addict”