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CJC Acquaintance Party

Unfortunately my cellphone can no longer take pictures since it just goes dark every time the camera is turned on. So to commemorate the loss of my phone’s 2MP “shooting” spree these pictures are presented to you, my nearly non-existent reader base. Here lies my collection for the CJC 2012 Acquintance Party care of the … Continue reading

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Miriam on RH

In brief, the RH bill merely wants to empower a woman from the poorest economic class to march to the nearest facility operated by the Department of Health or the local government unit, to demand information on a family planning product or supply of her choice.  The bill, at the simplest level, wants to give an … Continue reading

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CSD Bonding Day

The Computer Studies Division of Cor Jesu College celebrated its bonding day last Sunday. In a strange and unexpected twist everyone enjoyed a mandatory gathering. Probably because of the less than kosher parlor games, excessive picture taking and sexy outfits worn at the time. Or perhaps it was the lack of a bottle opener. God … Continue reading

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Saying Adieu to Vincent’s Page

As Admin to CJC’s cybertambayan, I feel ambivalent to the eventual collapse to Vincent Sevilla’s self-titular facebook group. Most particularly when it comes because of minor* arguments which we can always cough up to youthful exuberance. Judging the incredibly non-aggresive and peaceful orientation of the school, I can’t help but laugh to what lengths the administration … Continue reading

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War, in the 3rd Wave

Cyberwarfare transcends our common comprehension of ethics. Ika nga, all is fair in love and war diba? Chances are the topics here may not affect you directly. The shockwaves do. The ones that ripple through the world as copycats reverse-engineer trojans, delayed flights and hackers stealing your password and posting nasty spam  in your facebook … Continue reading

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CCT and ME

The conditional cash transfer program gives a lot of people boatloads of cash.I won’t go on to details about how that works. Sufficed to say that is graduated dole-out scheme. Families with more children get more cash. The recipients are also required to attend the seminars scheduled by the DSWD. So far, it has proven … Continue reading

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What pisses me off in our local political scene are broadcasters and “journalists” that attack only one candidate. Never giving an iota of praise or a story of their personal achievements. Those people that only attack a public figure for the sake of attacking said public figure. Never basing their arguments on a concrete ideological … Continue reading