On the eve of the country’s 109th Independence Day celebration, US Ambassador Kristie Kenney said the Philippines is a “special place.” Oh yeah! And we have “special people.” Just look at the type of politicians we elect. Very special.
An election supervisor in South Cotabato claimed that the camp of opposition senatorial candidate Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III sought “their help” by offering bribe. However, the poll exec declined the offer because the bribe was a year-long supply of pork and beans. They were Muslims.
Ruffa & the Inquirer
Ruffa Gutierrez lambasted, on national television, the “Philippine National Inquirer” for publishing the wrong photo of her first husband, Richard Daloia. But the Philippine Daily Inquirer will not apologize for the mistake – unless Ruffa says sorry for misstating the paper’s name.
Ruffa & the Inquirer II
Ruffa Gutierrez lambasted the Inquirer for publishing the wrong photo of her alleged first husband, Richard Daloia on the paper’s front page last Sunday. According to the PDI, the photo was sent by a reader. It turned out however that the reader is a regular subscriber of the Philippine Star.
For the second time, Hungary broke the Philippines’ record for simultaneous kissing when 6,400 Hungarian couples locked lips for 10 seconds last Saturday. But the Philippines is no longer interested to break the record. Instead it will attempt to set the record for a new category – extra-judicial kissing.
Bobby Pacquiao was defeated by Mexican Humberto Soto in their superfeatherweight non-title bout Sunday. Bobby lost badly. Kuya Manny’s got company.