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Paradigm Shift Part I

Once, very long ago, I once branded the Communist rebels as agents of Chinese businessmen in the country. The Mao-Beijing connection wasn’t that farfetched. They do praise the Cultural Revolution and read passages from the little Red Book. It wasn’t until I realized the tectonic plates have already moved ideological and political waves since the … Continue reading

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Fluff

A “Poor” Division’s hastily made Vision and Mission: I was tasked a week ago to make the Vision Mission statement of our current student council. Like most VM statements I’ve managed to put 50 percent fluff and very little specifics. For the purpose of accreditation and bureaucratic mishigosh I give you the CSD’s “platform“. Platforms: … Continue reading

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The March of Civilization

The Philippines and the United States are the only two countries that legalize bounty hunting. On people at least. Today’s post is something less serious but just as fascinating. Though ecology teachers would find this disturbing. In an effort to make frontier towns habitable, the age-old process of creative destruction takes its cue. Human habitation … Continue reading