Topic: Republika ng Pilipinas (Politics, History & Gov't Talks) (Read 141927 times)

06-19-16 12:55 AM
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tama ka dahil liberal ang sangkot. pansin ko lang ang laki ng galit nila sa liberal. i wonder kung pdp laban ang nalate pag submit ng soce may ganto kayang issue? e sa totoo lang hindi naman talaga bigdeal ang soce na yan dahil pwede ka pa naman magsubmit kahit late pero may multa na syempre.

yung kay leni naman imposible hindi sya gumastos galing sa sarili nyang pera pero kung may sponsor na man na bigtime ay maari pa siguro.

ang hindi talaga kapani paniwala ay yung kay rey langit :lmao: 


yun naman sa bio, alam ko matagal na sinabi ng comelec sa mga voters na mag pa bio pero mga voters din naman ang may problema kung kailan malapit na deadline tsaka nagkukumahog mag pa bio tsaka magrereklamo na dapat e extend. :haha: :tawanan:
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06-19-16 02:21 AM
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Naintindihan ko yun mga di nakahabol. Karamihan doon mga may pasok at wala oras makasingit magparehistro. Naalala ko yun 1st time ko, college pa ako nun. Nataong  absent ang prof kaya maaga umuwi. Sinamantala ko yun para makapag paregister ;D Hindi pa ganoon kaigting ang pagpapa bio ng Comelec, ni wala silang booth sa malls di gaya nitong huli :lol:

Di lang naman partidos ang may ganyang issue sa SOCE. Marami na pulitiko ang pumalpak sa pagpasa nito, yung mga naging decision ng previous comms. lang in the past ang pinagbasehan ng kasalukuyang panel ng Comelec en Banc kaya ganun kaconfident si Guanzon :naughty: kontrang kontra iyon sa sinabi ni Jimenez at Larrazabal. Seriously. :lol:

And speaking of sponsor, hindi pa rin ako naniniwala na aabot ng milyon ang simpleng fund raising like lugawan, ice cream, mga pambaryang business. Sampal yan sa NGOs na nagpapafund raising sa cancer patients/schools, ni hindi umabot ng milyon. :no: Mas importante ang pulitiko kaya mabenta ganun? :no: Aminin na lang na may mga oligarchs na nagsponsor. Buti pa yun supporter ni Duterte na business man from Davao, hantarang pinamedia ang 75M donation at di kinailangan magpaka bigot at gumamit ng kung ano anong fronts. Takot siguro masita ng BIR yun iba. :haha:

Naalala ko dati si Cesar Montano, napilitan gumastos kahit may sponsors nun tumakbo siya noon. Imposibleng zero as in wala nagastos na personal money yun kandidato. Pinatunayan lang sakali man na zero nga na malaki ang utang na loob ng kandidato sa sponsors niya at oras na maningil sila in form of favors, mahihirapan siyang tanggihan sila lalo at wala pala siya ginastos ni singkong gusgusin. :news:
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06-19-16 09:35 AM
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Pagkakaalam ko may mga oligarchs na nagsponsor kay Robredo,at si Kris Aquino at partido nitong LP ay may mga malalaki na contribution  sa campaign nya.Tungkol naman sa contributors ni Digong pagkakaalam ko may kinalaman sa mining businesses ang ilan sa kanila.
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06-19-16 10:35 AM
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ang bias mo ts :tawanan:


pare pareho lang na may sponsor ang mga yan na oligarch tulad ni digong ang ilan a sponsor nya mga businessman na may interest gaya ni villar. :lmao:

wag naman maging bias. nakakatawa kayo :lmao:
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06-19-16 11:22 AM
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Kung sa bagay hindi budget wise kung magkakaroon pa ng special election, sigurado daan-daang milyon nanaman ang gagastusin idagdag mo pa na nakakapagod ang eleksyon at isa pa pasukan na sa mga eskwelahan. Bukod sa hinalal sila ng taong bayan.
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06-19-16 01:38 PM
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hindi ako bias doon. ang punto ko lang, hindi na kailangan magkunwari na ang donations ay galing sa lugawan at kung ano anong pambaryang business. kahit saang anggulo yan tignan malabong kumita iyan ng milyones. :news: dun ako sa reality syempre ;D kasi lahat ng yan galing sa bibig ni Robredo. Nang tanungin siya kung saan galing ang 406M, ang sagot niya: "maraming sources. mga nagtulong tulong gaya ng "lugawan para kay Leni", "ice cream para kay Leni", basta madami". :confused: Abs-Cbn article pa nanggaling yan ;D bakit di na lang diretsahin sinong malaking negosyante ang nagsponsor, straight and simple.

kaya nga sabi ko buti pa yung iba, transparent kasi hindi takot mahabol ng BIR :news:


btw, special elections and recount, parehong milyon ang kelangang budget. hindi bababa sa 50M.
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06-19-16 02:19 PM
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Ms. Leizel
Recent updates ba yan?or before the filing of SOCE yung interview?kasi sa SOCE ni VP elect Robredo,madami syang donors na mayaman.
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Hal. If dating interview yan maaari na hindi tactful na sabihin agad ang mga donors esp. during the campaign,baka ayaw ng donor na masyado sya mahighlight.Hal. tulad ng nangyari kay Quiboloy at Digong naging prangka si Pres. Elect Digong sa mga tulong ni Pastor Quiboloy pero lately parang LQ status nung dalawa kasi ,naging nega ang dating sa iba,esp. pera ng Simbahan ang binibigay na contribution sa campaign,sobrang cold ng relasyon nila as in nawala na sa picture bigla.

06-19-16 03:12 PM
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pabasa muna sa mg palitan niyo. ngayun ayoko munang magInvite ng debate. :crazy:

pero may gusto akong makuhang opinion sa mga kaPD nating may alam sa kasalukuyang lagay ng pamahalaan at issue ng bansa.

anu masasabi niyo sa statement ni jjr sa baba.

"People in the Philippines are working hard but are still poor. Having a job does not lift one out of poverty...It needs to be a good job to lift you out of poverty,"

-Jan J. Rutkowski.
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mediator comment:

:hrmm: last mo na iyan :no:


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06-19-16 05:25 PM
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Ms. Leizel
Recent updates ba yan?or before the filing of SOCE yung interview?kasi sa SOCE ni VP elect Robredo,madami syang donors na mayaman.====
yun sinasabi kong interview kay Robredo ay last May. few days before election. nasa archives naman yun ng Abs-Cbn website. hindi SOCE ang focus ng interview kundi "saan galing ang 406M contributions". but this June, nakita ko sa inquirer ang SOCE report, 426M ang contribution doon. pareho sila ni Escudero na may sukli ang Contributions unlike Cayetano, Honasan, Marcos. Yung expenses nila lagpas sa contributions. :hmm: hindi ko lang maalala kung ganun din yung kay Trillanes.

Vocal naman talaga si Kris na magi sponsor siya. Ang tanong sino sino pa ang handang lumantad in case may humiling ng transparency kung sino ang donors ng bawat kandidato :news: maigi malaman ng taumbayan yon lalo at balak uli ipasa  ang FOI bill ;D

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Hal. If dating interview yan maaari na hindi tactful na sabihin agad ang mga donors esp. during the campaign,baka ayaw ng donor na masyado sya mahighlight.Hal. tulad ng nangyari kay Quiboloy at Digong naging prangka si Pres. Elect Digong sa mga tulong ni Pastor Quiboloy pero lately parang LQ status nung dalawa kasi ,naging nega ang dating sa iba,esp. pera ng Simbahan ang binibigay na contribution sa campaign,sobrang cold ng relasyon nila as in nawala na sa picture bigla.
it might not be tactful to tell yet who your donors are, but it's insensitive and "hypocrite" kung ganun ang ibibigay mong sagot pag tinanong ka ng, "saan galing ang 400M campaign funds mo?" kung sinabi na lang sana kahit business men, organizations na ayaw pabanggit eh pwede pa. oa kasi naging dating na siyang nagbunsod kaya naging katatawanan at "lugaw" na lang ang tawag sa VP ng bansa natin. siguro panahon na magka spokes person siya tulad nitong si Digong na malaki din ang problema sa communication :news:

ang alam kong rason kaya umasim ang relasyon ng dalawa. nagulat kasi si Quiboloy sa ilang appointees ng wala man lang daw "basbas" niya. Hindi niya rin mahawakan si Bong Go. It just proves kahit paano na di porke mataas ang bigay niya ay yuyukod sa kanya si Digong. di ba dapat matuwa tayo doon kahit slight.
binalak pa ata kontrolin si Digong na parang Diyos siya ganun :no: ganun din ang naging issue ng MNLF nun di sila nakakuha ng appointment kay Digong. sinusumbat nila yun support na naibuhos nila maipanalo lang siya tapos inisnob lang daw. (although nilinaw ni Digong sa separate interview na hindi niya meant ang ganun sadyang naghigpit ng seguridad kaya di na raw basta basta makakalapit to greet him).


though if I were to ask, ayaw ko rin sa ibang appointees niya.
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06-19-16 05:35 PM
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hindi ako bias doon. ang punto ko lang, hindi na kailangan magkunwari na ang donations ay galing sa lugawan at kung ano anong pambaryang business. kahit saang anggulo yan tignan malabong kumita iyan ng milyones. :news: dun ako sa reality syempre ;D kasi lahat ng yan galing sa bibig ni Robredo. Nang tanungin siya kung saan galing ang 406M, ang sagot niya: "maraming sources. mga nagtulong tulong gaya ng "lugawan para kay Leni", "ice cream para kay Leni", basta madami". :confused: Abs-Cbn article pa nanggaling yan ;D bakit di na lang diretsahin sinong malaking negosyante ang nagsponsor, straight and simple.

kaya nga sabi ko buti pa yung iba, transparent kasi hindi takot mahabol ng BIR :news:


btw, special elections and recount, parehong milyon ang kelangang budget. hindi bababa sa 50M.
eh si digong din naman ganun ah.. kung naalala mo nung abs cbn presidential debate nang tinanung si digong kung sino ang pinakamalaking sponsor nya diba ang sagot si emilio aguinaldo. :lmao: oh tingnan mo hindi agad nya sinabi kung sino talaga kasi nga confidential at ganun din dahilan ng mga tagapagtanggol nya. :haha:

pero nung naipasa na ang soce dyan na lumitaw kung sino talaga mga sponsor nila. :tawanan:


06-19-16 05:42 PM
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May meaning kasi ang "Emilio Aguinaldo" sa mga Bisaya. ;D dapat natin maintindihan na ang presidente natin ang kauna unahang presidente na hindi galing sa Luzon. kaya yung literal sa mga Tagalog ay iba sa kaniya na di naman purong Tagalog :lol:

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WHO is “Emilio Aguinaldo?”

Presidential candidate Davao City
Mayor Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday
evaded the question when asked who was his major campaign contributor during the third and final presidential debate in Pangasinan.

“Nasa bukid, ma’am,” Duterte
answered when asked during the “Fast Talk” segment of the debate.

But moderator and ABS-CBN anchor
Karen Davila pressed the tough-talking mayor for an answer.

“Emilio Aguinaldo,” he answered.
Duterte has repeatedly said in
previous speeches that he would not
receive campaign donations from
people with vested interest in
government.

He said he does not want to have a
debt of gratitude to these people if he wins the presidency.

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During the final debate, presidential front-runner Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte said his major campaign contributor is "Emilio
Aguinaldo."

When veteran broadcast journalist Karen Davila, moderator of the third and final PiliPinas Debates 2016, asked who his major campaign contributor is, Duterte said “nasa
bukid [in the mountains], ma’am. ”

“Si Emilio Aguinaldo,” he answered when the ABS-CBN news anchor pressed him for an answer.

In previous interviews, Duterte insisted that he will not accept campaign donations from
anyone who has a vested interest in
government to keep him away from a debt of gratitude.

So who is "Emilio Aguinaldo?" We got some of the best answers from Duterte's supporters.

A netizen posted that she needed to Google while analyzing the presidential candidate's
figure of speech. She found out that "Emilio" means "industrious" in Latin and "Aguinaldo" is Spanish for "gift." Thus, "Emilio Aguinaldo" means "industrious people's gift" for Duterte.

Another supporter said "Emilio" is a colloquial term for "volunteer" and "Aguinaldo" a Spanish word for "gift" (contributions). He said "Emilio
Aguinaldo" stands for "volunteer
contributions."

Meanwhile, the Facebook fan page of Duterte's daughter, Davao City mayoralty candidate Inday Sara Duterte-Carpio, posted a photo of a 5-peso coin with the following
caption:
"We are Emilio. Every Filipino working for change, participating in the campaign, making our own campaign materials, funding our own caravans. This is everyone's coin, everyone's contribution to TUNAY NA PAGBABAGO (real
change)."

One of the best explanations came from this blogger's high school classmate, Ryan Pete Zamora, who created a buzz online after
revealing that ABS-CBN Foundation managing
director Gina Lopez endorsed Duterte.
He posted:
"'Emilio Aguinaldo' actually represents the masses. Duterte is so witty you would think he was shallow. Emilio Aguinaldo represents the masses who are so passionately supporting
the candidacy of Duterte. We may only have 5 pesos in our pockets, but we are millionaires
by heart. We truly believe that by our unity, teamwork and dedication to Duterte, the minute pesos we humbly contribute will accumulate to the true voice of the Filipino
People."

With his strategies including this one, many concluded that Duterte is a "political genius."



anyway, yun nasa links April 2016 pa. I think it's harmless to believe with it. Gina Lopez was invited to lead DENR :news: :whistle:


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06-25-16 10:51 PM
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SAY GOODBYE to the rickety and sweat-inducing train rides of the Philippine National Railways
(PNR), as the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) launched Saturday morning the hybrid electric train that promises to provide
the public a much “safer, more comfortable and bearable” commuting experience.

Developed by DOST’s Metal Industry Research and Development Center (MIRDC) in 2013, the P120-million project was launched to the media
as proof that Filipino scientists and engineers have the knowhow to solve the country’s perennial transportation problems.

“It’s high time that we give recognition to the fact that we are fortunate to have the best
engineering and technical minds in the country…

We have the solutions to our own problems. We can make local technologies work,” Science
Secretary Mario Montejo said during the launch at PNR’s Tutuban station in Manila.

Montejo said that the hybrid electric train is an energy efficient train because of its regenerative
capability. Compared to the current PNR trains, the hybrid train has batteries on board which
store the energy it generates when it runs and stops.

The MIRDC said that with the hybrid train, they are looking at reducing fuel consumption by up
to 50 percent.

The hybrid train, which has an operational speed of 60 kilometers per hour, has five coaches that
can each accommodate 220 passengers.

PNR general manager Joseph Dilay said that they are hopeful the project will ensure a “safer, more comfortable and bearable” commuting experience for the public.

The MIRDC, however, noted that the train will still have to undergo “rigorous safety testing”
before it can be used by the public.


May balita na ba kayo doon sa ginagawang kalsada para mapaluwag ang edsa? :news: If I were to ask, wish ko lang magkaroon ng malawakan at organisadong railway system ang Pilipinas. Mas mabilis ang biyahe at mura ang pasahe.

Sana lang din magkaroon ng maayos na bus stop sa buong Pilipinas. Yung bansa natin kasi napansin ko, kaya masikip ang kalsada, kung saan saan nagsasakay at nagbababa ng pasahero. Pampa abala lang sa mga kasunod na sasakyan :hmm: Naobserbahan ko kasi sa ibang bansa, talagang organisado. Wish ko lang may makaisip nito sa Duterte admin ;D
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06-26-16 03:02 PM
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May meaning kasi ang "Emilio Aguinaldo" sa mga Bisaya. ;D dapat natin maintindihan na ang presidente natin ang kauna unahang presidente na hindi galing sa Luzon. kaya yung literal sa mga Tagalog ay iba sa kaniya na di naman purong Tagalog :lol:

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WHO is ˇ°Emilio Aguinaldo?ˇ±

Presidential candidate Davao City
Mayor Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday
evaded the question when asked who was his major campaign contributor during the third and final presidential debate in Pangasinan.

ˇ°Nasa bukid, maˇŻam,ˇ± Duterte
answered when asked during the ˇ°Fast Talkˇ± segment of the debate.

But moderator and ABS-CBN anchor
Karen Davila pressed the tough-talking mayor for an answer.

ˇ°Emilio Aguinaldo,ˇ± he answered.
Duterte has repeatedly said in
previous speeches that he would not
receive campaign donations from
people with vested interest in
government.

He said he does not want to have a
debt of gratitude to these people if he wins the presidency.

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During the final debate, presidential front-runner Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte said his major campaign contributor is "Emilio
Aguinaldo."

When veteran broadcast journalist Karen Davila, moderator of the third and final PiliPinas Debates 2016, asked who his major campaign contributor is, Duterte said ˇ°nasa
bukid [in the mountains], maˇŻam. ˇ±

ˇ°Si Emilio Aguinaldo,ˇ± he answered when the ABS-CBN news anchor pressed him for an answer.

In previous interviews, Duterte insisted that he will not accept campaign donations from
anyone who has a vested interest in
government to keep him away from a debt of gratitude.

So who is "Emilio Aguinaldo?" We got some of the best answers from Duterte's supporters.

A netizen posted that she needed to Google while analyzing the presidential candidate's
figure of speech. She found out that "Emilio" means "industrious" in Latin and "Aguinaldo" is Spanish for "gift." Thus, "Emilio Aguinaldo" means "industrious people's gift" for Duterte.

Another supporter said "Emilio" is a colloquial term for "volunteer" and "Aguinaldo" a Spanish word for "gift" (contributions). He said "Emilio
Aguinaldo" stands for "volunteer
contributions."

Meanwhile, the Facebook fan page of Duterte's daughter, Davao City mayoralty candidate Inday Sara Duterte-Carpio, posted a photo of a 5-peso coin with the following
caption:
"We are Emilio. Every Filipino working for change, participating in the campaign, making our own campaign materials, funding our own caravans. This is everyone's coin, everyone's contribution to TUNAY NA PAGBABAGO (real
change)."

One of the best explanations came from this blogger's high school classmate, Ryan Pete Zamora, who created a buzz online after
revealing that ABS-CBN Foundation managing
director Gina Lopez endorsed Duterte.
He posted:
"'Emilio Aguinaldo' actually represents the masses. Duterte is so witty you would think he was shallow. Emilio Aguinaldo represents the masses who are so passionately supporting
the candidacy of Duterte. We may only have 5 pesos in our pockets, but we are millionaires
by heart. We truly believe that by our unity, teamwork and dedication to Duterte, the minute pesos we humbly contribute will accumulate to the true voice of the Filipino
People."

With his strategies including this one, many concluded that Duterte is a "political genius."



anyway, yun nasa links April 2016 pa. I think it's harmless to believe with it. Gina Lopez was invited to lead DENR :news: :whistle:


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i think miss liezel assumption yan.taga mindanao ako pero yang word na "Emilio" na somehow related sa "volunteer" parang di ko pa narinig o na encounter kanino man.at tungkol naman sa P5.00  na emilio aguinaldo post,if di ako nagkamali,naipost yun pagkatapos ng 3rd debate.in short,assumption again.mas naniniwala ako na yang "Emilio Aguinaldo" answer na yan ay katulad lang din ng jetski ride to disputed islands

06-26-16 03:22 PM
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i think miss liezel assumption yan.taga mindanao ako pero yang word na "Emilio" na somehow related sa "volunteer" parang di ko pa narinig o na encounter kanino man.at tungkol naman sa P5.00  na emilio aguinaldo post,if di ako nagkamali,naipost yun pagkatapos ng 3rd debate.in short,assumption again.mas naniniwala ako na yang "Emilio Aguinaldo" answer na yan ay katulad lang din ng jetski ride to disputed islands
ano ka ba. literal translation yan nasa link :lol: pero madalas alam naman ang meaning ng "aguinaldo" eh. tumutukoy ito sa regalo o bigay. but yun "emilio" di ko rin naencounter sa sinumang bisaya na ,kilala ko pero yan ang term na ginagamit madalas sa Cebu. yung word na bukid (kung bisaya ang pamamaraan ni Digong na pantukoy dito sa sinabi niyang ito) ay bundok sa Tagalog. pwede sabihing galing ito sa mga NPA ;D

halos lahat naman ng nasusulat ay puro assumptions, idagdag natin doon yung lugawan na kahit saang anggulo tignan imposibleng kumita ng milyon :no: if you know what I mean.

pero ang di maikakaila ay yung support nung business man na taga Davao at Ms. Gina Lopez kay Digong. I thought kasi all out support lahat ng mga Lopez kay Roxas :hmm: pinagtugma ko lang kasi kinuha siya ni Digong na mamuno ng DENR :news: di ko alam kung accepted ba iyon ni Madam Gina.
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06-26-16 07:15 PM
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ok.supporter kasi nagsabi na "colloquial" daw ang term na "Emilio" sa volunteer.wala ako nakita  na related yan jan sa term "volunteer".kahit pa sa taga cebu na " bundok" ang emilio eh malayo parin sa volunteer.
kaya mas naniniwala ako sa jetski type answer na un kesa witty answer daw umano

06-26-16 07:23 PM
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ok.supporter kasi nagsabi na "colloquial" daw ang term na "Emilio" sa volunteer.wala ako nakita  na related yan jan sa term "volunteer".kahit pa sa taga cebu na " bundok" ang emilio eh malayo parin sa volunteer.
kaya mas naniniwala ako sa jetski type answer na un kesa witty answer daw umano
bukid ang sinasabi ko na may meaning ng bundok. hindi yung emilio :lol:
anyway that is not really the problem. nabanggit lang naman ang mga iyan :news:
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06-26-16 07:40 PM
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siguro aginaldo lang talaga ang gusto niya diyang sabihin. ginawa niya lang emilio aguinaldo para mag biro o lagyan ng kunting kwela o humor yung salita niya. natatandaan ko nung bata pa ako kaming mga kalaro ko noon kapag nagbibiruan kami ang tawag namin sa bigay o regalo o kapag namamasko kami at nangagnaroling ay emilio aguinaldo at kapag may nagtanong sa bagong gamit namin o kapag marami kaming pera at kapag bigay ito o regalo lang. pero anong malay natin kasi may sariling ka kornihan sa utak si duterte.
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06-26-16 08:25 PM
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bukid ang sinasabi ko na may meaning ng bundok. hindi yung emilio :lol:
anyway that is not really the problem. nabanggit lang naman ang mga iyan :news:
di na tayo nagkasundo.hahaha.pakahulugan ang ibig ko sabihin.translation naman sayo

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di na tayo nagkasundo.hahaha.pakahulugan ang ibig ko sabihin.translation naman sayo

magkaiba ba ang meaning ng pakahulugan sa translation? ;D ulitin ko sinabi mo:
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ok.supporter kasi nagsabi na "colloquial" daw ang term na "Emilio" sa volunteer.wala ako nakita  na related yan jan sa term "volunteer". kahit pa sa taga cebu na " bundok" ang emilio eh malayo parin sa volunteer.
kaya mas naniniwala ako sa jetski type answer na un kesa witty answer daw umano

tol naman, kung pagbabasehan ko yan sagot mo sa akin at babasahin ko uli yun reply ko sayo, wala talaga ako sinabi na bundok ang emilio :haha: malayo talaga iyan sa meaning ng "volunteer". dahil yun salitang "bundok" ay tinukoy ko bilang bukid dahil yun ang sagot ni Digong kay Karen nung tinanong sino si Emilio Aguinaldo. sagot: "nasa bukid po mam" :rofl:

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yung pananalita kasi ni Digong, parang Santiago. wala ako problema sa pilosopo niyang sagot. nakakatawa nga eh :lol: pero kung ibang pulitiko ang nagsasalita hindi ako natatawa lalo at seryoso naman silang sumagot. :news:
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