SENATOR MIRIAM Defensor-Santiago has chosen Bongbong Marcos as her running mate in 2016. Last week, the feisty senator was quoted to have said that the Marcoses didn’t owe Filipinos an apology for what happened during the late dictator’s regime. Santiago’s statement can be read both online and in her upcoming book, “Stupid Is Forever Indeed.”
Detained former president and Pampanga Rep. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo is running unopposed next year. In her Facebook post, she used the emoticon “feeling loved.” Pampanga Governor Lilia Pineda and son, Vice Gov. Dennis Pineda are also running unopposed. In separate Facebook posts, they used the emoticon, “feeling tumama sa jueteng.”
Alma Moreno is seeking a Senate seat under the United Nationalist Alliance. Alma was a former live-in partner of the late Dolphy, and was married to Joey Marquez. She’s teaming up now with Vice President Binay. She really likes comedians.
Sarangani Rep. Manny Pacquiao who is running for senator under the UNA banner has defended Vice President Binay from critics. Pacquiao says people should not be “too judgmental” on Binay. He also mentioned something about their similarities. He had humble beginnings; Binay had humble beginnings. He strived hard to become a multimillionaire; Binay strived hard to become a multimillionaire. He achieved his wealth through honest means; Binay strived hard to become a multimillionaire.
Vice President Binay’s close aide Gerry Limlingan – who is still in hiding – has asked the Court of Appeals to lift the freeze order on his 170 bank accounts. Limlingan claims his millions came from legit businesses such as mining, logging, and undying loyalty to the Binays.
Have you seen the viral video of a certain John Apacible of the Ateneo Blue Eagles? Obviously, the basketeer got drunk. With a 5-4 win-loss record, who wouldn’t?
A video showing a drunk member of the Ateneo Blue Eagles causing a disturbance along Timog Avenue has gone viral. Some disgruntled members of the Ateneo community are trying to figure out a way to blame this on Coach Bo Perasol.
In the video, basketeer John Apacible – who’s obviously drunk – can be seen bragging a “COUNCILOR” protocol plate. He was approached by cops who were patrolling the area but the cops did not bother to make an arrest when Apacible introduced himself as a “councilor.” Talk about “protocol.”
A video showing a drunk John Apacible of the Ateneo Blue Eagles has gone viral. In the video, Apacible went on a rage cursing motorists along Timog Avenue in Quezon City and trying to pick up a fight. Somebody must remind Apacible that he’s playing in the UAAP – not the NCAA.
John Apacible, a member of the Ateneo men’s basketball team was caught on cam cursing motorists and trying to pick up a fight along Timog Avenue. Apacible was seen on the video for over three minutes. That’s really long. In comparison, Apacible is seen inside the playing court for 2 ½ minutes on the average.
Of course, John Apacible can recover from this meltdown. This Atenean, who apparently loves to drink, is still young. He can be president – or mayor of Manila someday.
“The first thing in the human personality that dissolves in alcohol is dignity.”
“I would disagree with Mr. Marcos that the details of Martial Law would have to be buried or forgotten.”
~Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago
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[Photos: Miriam-Bongbong: Inquirer.net; Alma Moreno: GMA Network; Apacible: Athletic Motion Blog]