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PostPosted: Mon Aug 29, 2016 10:10 am 
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Raided Ozamis City...for the longest time, no one has ever dared to set foot and touch Mayor Aldong and gang...

Protektado ng matataas eh. Yan lang naman dahilan kaya hindi nagagalaw at ang tatapang ng mga yan.

Ngayon nawala ang mga tapang nila. :biglaugh:


Sino kaya ang protector nila sa taas?
These people are literally lords and barons in the area...
No one dares to touch them...
Touch them or else you'll float lifeless at Lawis...
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Nagkaripasan na din. Mas matapang na ngayon ang mga pulis at sundalo. :biglaugh:

Connect the dots, once upon a time in 2015 nakasabay ko si deLima sa eroplano going to Ozamis...
She's alone and was met by Parojinog and party at Labo airport.
I don't know what she's doing in Ozamis as she's still the DOJ secretary that time and not yet a candidate...
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Ang hirap ikonek ng mga tuldok, jabz. :lol:


Oo nga...Colangco is the son-in-law of Aldong who is a VIP in Bilibid...
Connect the dots ulit... :lol: :lol:

Mas lalong humirap. :idea1001: :idea2:

Para uli sa kaalaman ng iba. :lol:

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 29, 2016 10:14 am 
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JABEZJ wrote:
IceColdBeer wrote:
JABEZJ wrote:
Raided Ozamis City...for the longest time, no one has ever dared to set foot and touch Mayor Aldong and gang...

Protektado ng matataas eh. Yan lang naman dahilan kaya hindi nagagalaw at ang tatapang ng mga yan.

Ngayon nawala ang mga tapang nila. :biglaugh:


Sino kaya ang protector nila sa taas?
These people are literally lords and barons in the area...
No one dares to touch them...
Touch them or else you'll float lifeless at Lawis...
JABEZJ wrote:
IceColdBeer wrote:
JABEZJ wrote:
Nagkaripasan na din. Mas matapang na ngayon ang mga pulis at sundalo. :biglaugh:

Connect the dots, once upon a time in 2015 nakasabay ko si deLima sa eroplano going to Ozamis...
She's alone and was met by Parojinog and party at Labo airport.
I don't know what she's doing in Ozamis as she's still the DOJ secretary that time and not yet a candidate...
IceColdBeer wrote:
Ang hirap ikonek ng mga tuldok, jabz. :lol:


Oo nga...Colangco is the son-in-law of Aldong who is a VIP in Bilibid...
Connect the dots ulit... :lol: :lol:
IceColdBeer wrote:
Mas lalong humirap. :idea1001: :idea2:

Para uli sa kaalaman ng iba. :lol:


Based on truthful rumors, an ex-fugitive senator hid in Ozamis when he was being hunted...
There he was protected him for several months until he was granted pardon...
Connect the dots again... :lol:

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 29, 2016 10:21 am 
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JABEZJ wrote:
IceColdBeer wrote:
JABEZJ wrote:
Raided Ozamis City...for the longest time, no one has ever dared to set foot and touch Mayor Aldong and gang...

Protektado ng matataas eh. Yan lang naman dahilan kaya hindi nagagalaw at ang tatapang ng mga yan.

Ngayon nawala ang mga tapang nila. :biglaugh:


Sino kaya ang protector nila sa taas?
These people are literally lords and barons in the area...
No one dares to touch them...
Touch them or else you'll float lifeless at Lawis...
JABEZJ wrote:
IceColdBeer wrote:
JABEZJ wrote:
Nagkaripasan na din. Mas matapang na ngayon ang mga pulis at sundalo. :biglaugh:

Connect the dots, once upon a time in 2015 nakasabay ko si deLima sa eroplano going to Ozamis...
She's alone and was met by Parojinog and party at Labo airport.
I don't know what she's doing in Ozamis as she's still the DOJ secretary that time and not yet a candidate...
IceColdBeer wrote:
Ang hirap ikonek ng mga tuldok, jabz. :lol:


Oo nga...Colangco is the son-in-law of Aldong who is a VIP in Bilibid...
Connect the dots ulit... :lol: :lol:
JABEZJ wrote:
IceColdBeer wrote:
Mas lalong humirap. :idea1001: :idea2:

Para uli sa kaalaman ng iba. :lol:


Based on truthful rumors, an ex-fugitive senator hid in Ozamis when he was being hunted...
There he was protected him for several months until he was granted pardon...
Connect the dots again... :lol:

Andaming dots na. Parang nabanggit mo na 'to dati. Kaya siguro bati na din sila ni ano. :biglaugh:

Dagdag kaalaman na naman 'to sa iba. :lol:

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 29, 2016 10:27 am 
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JABEZJ wrote:
IceColdBeer wrote:
JABEZJ wrote:
Raided Ozamis City...for the longest time, no one has ever dared to set foot and touch Mayor Aldong and gang...

Protektado ng matataas eh. Yan lang naman dahilan kaya hindi nagagalaw at ang tatapang ng mga yan.

Ngayon nawala ang mga tapang nila. :biglaugh:


Sino kaya ang protector nila sa taas?
These people are literally lords and barons in the area...
No one dares to touch them...
Touch them or else you'll float lifeless at Lawis...
JABEZJ wrote:
IceColdBeer wrote:
JABEZJ wrote:
Nagkaripasan na din. Mas matapang na ngayon ang mga pulis at sundalo. :biglaugh:

Connect the dots, once upon a time in 2015 nakasabay ko si deLima sa eroplano going to Ozamis...
She's alone and was met by Parojinog and party at Labo airport.
I don't know what she's doing in Ozamis as she's still the DOJ secretary that time and not yet a candidate...
IceColdBeer wrote:
Ang hirap ikonek ng mga tuldok, jabz. :lol:


Oo nga...Colangco is the son-in-law of Aldong who is a VIP in Bilibid...
Connect the dots ulit... :lol: :lol:
JABEZJ wrote:
IceColdBeer wrote:
Mas lalong humirap. :idea1001: :idea2:

Para uli sa kaalaman ng iba. :lol:


Based on truthful rumors, an ex-fugitive senator hid in Ozamis when he was being hunted...
There he was protected him for several months until he was granted pardon...
Connect the dots again... :lol:
IceColdBeer wrote:
Andaming dots na. Parang nabanggit mo na 'to dati. Kaya siguro bati na din sila ni ano. :biglaugh:

Dagdag kaalaman na naman 'to sa iba. :lol:


Ay oo nga...I forgot... :lol:
Mabait na sya ngayon in fairness...
Pa-simple lang at hindi masyado kumikibo kasi alam nya na masisira ang pristine image nya kay Digong... :lol:

BTW, Digong when he was still the Mayor of Davao visited Ozamis...
He told Aldong to give him one week to act as mayor and he will clean Ozamis..
Back then, Aldong did not think Digong will win..
As expected, talo si Duterte sa Ozamis with Roxas winning the vote count...

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 29, 2016 10:28 am 
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Log-out muna...
Just connect the dots na lang... :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 29, 2016 10:43 am 
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JABEZJ wrote:
IceColdBeer wrote:
JABEZJ wrote:
Raided Ozamis City...for the longest time, no one has ever dared to set foot and touch Mayor Aldong and gang...

Protektado ng matataas eh. Yan lang naman dahilan kaya hindi nagagalaw at ang tatapang ng mga yan.

Ngayon nawala ang mga tapang nila. :biglaugh:


Sino kaya ang protector nila sa taas?
These people are literally lords and barons in the area...
No one dares to touch them...
Touch them or else you'll float lifeless at Lawis...
IceColdBeer wrote:
JABEZJ wrote:
IceColdBeer wrote:
Nagkaripasan na din. Mas matapang na ngayon ang mga pulis at sundalo. :biglaugh:

Connect the dots, once upon a time in 2015 nakasabay ko si deLima sa eroplano going to Ozamis...
She's alone and was met by Parojinog and party at Labo airport.
I don't know what she's doing in Ozamis as she's still the DOJ secretary that time and not yet a candidate...

Ang hirap ikonek ng mga tuldok, jabz. :lol:
JABEZJ wrote:
IceColdBeer wrote:
JABEZJ wrote:

Oo nga...Colangco is the son-in-law of Aldong who is a VIP in Bilibid...
Connect the dots ulit... :lol: :lol:

Mas lalong humirap. :idea1001: :idea2:

Para uli sa kaalaman ng iba. :lol:


Based on truthful rumors, an ex-fugitive senator hid in Ozamis when he was being hunted...
There he was protected him for several months until he was granted pardon...
Connect the dots again... :lol:
JABEZJ wrote:
IceColdBeer wrote:
Andaming dots na. Parang nabanggit mo na 'to dati. Kaya siguro bati na din sila ni ano. :biglaugh:

Dagdag kaalaman na naman 'to sa iba. :lol:

Ay oo nga...I forgot... :lol:
Mabait na sya ngayon in fairness...
Pa-simple lang at hindi masyado kumikibo kasi alam nya na masisira ang pristine image nya kay Digong... :lol:

BTW, Digong when he was still the Mayor of Davao visited Ozamis...
He told Aldong to give him one week to act as mayor and he will clean Ozamis..
Back then, Aldong did not think Digong will win..
As expected, talo si Duterte sa Ozamis with Roxas winning the vote count...

Ayos pre, madaming dagdag na kaalaman 'tong maze mo na 'to. :lol:

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huwag muna mang jabezj.

iyong kumpareng hindi na mahagilap naman ang i konek da dots natin. :lol:

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Lacson bill to boost professionalism in naming local police heads

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Senator Panfilo Lacson has filed a bill that seeks to level up the professionalism in the Philippine National Police (PNP) especially in the selection of provincial commanders and city and town chiefs of police.

Lacson said Senate Bill 971 would give the PNP regional director the authority to choose the provincial/district director. It would also give the provincial/district director the authority to select the city or town chief of police.

Provincial/district directors would be chosen, under the bill, by the regional director from a list of three qualified candidates while the chiefs of police of towns and cities would be selected by the provincial/district director from a list of five qualified candidates both upon the recommendation of the PNP Senior Officers Placement and Promotion Board.


............. http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/810620/lac ... lice-heads




ay teka... nagkamali ako ng thread..


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sige tuloy nyo lang ang polka dots.. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 29, 2016 11:00 am 
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^Polka dots din ba 'to pre? :biglaugh:

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^Polka dots din ba 'to pre? :biglaugh:

yung underwear? .... baka :biglaugh:

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^Polka dots din ba 'to pre? :biglaugh:

yung underwear? .... baka :biglaugh:

Kala ko kasama nung polka dots ni jabz. :biglaugh:

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IceColdBeer wrote:
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^Polka dots din ba 'to pre? :biglaugh:

yung underwear? .... baka :biglaugh:

Kala ko kasama nung polka dots ni jabz. :biglaugh:

connect da dots nga daw eh... ke haba haba.. kasing dami at kasing haba kung ma konek mo yung dots ng necktie dun sa pic :lol: :lol: :lol:

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:biglaugh: :biglaugh:

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Many investors see Duterte as the Philippines’ Lee Kuan Yew

BULL MARKET, BULL SHEET By Wilson Lee Flores (The Philippine Star) | Updated August 29, 2016 - 12:00am

There seems to be a disconnect between some elements of the Western media, who paint a dark, grim scenario of the Philippines due to the ongoing war on illegal drugs, and the generally bullish sentiments of businesspeople, who are optimistic about the Philippines’ future under the iron-fisted, Lee Kuan Yew-style governance of President Rody Duterte. During his heyday, Singapore statesman Lee Kuan Yew also often clashed with Western media over his draconian policies.

EastWest Bank president Tony Moncupa told Reuters: “We are in a very good spot. The pronouncement of government prioritizing infrastructure spending, accelerating it and cutting red tape, solving peace and order, I think all point to very good prospects ahead.”

Weeding Out Bad Miners From Good
Philex Mining SVP Atty. Mike Toledo recently expressed confidence that the sincere anti-corruption drive of President Duterte and his DENR Secretary Gina Lopez will weed out the bad miners from the many good and ethical miners, thus giving hope to this important industry. The miners are hopeful that the Philippines will benefit from $34 billion in projects to be developed in the next six years.

Atty. Toledo said that the Philippines has been blessed by God with some of the world’s richest mineral resources, that environmentally sound mining can unleash this natural wealth to enrich far-flung rural areas and can support Duterte’s dream of Philippine industrialization.

Tourism Boom Coming?

Mang Inasal and DoubleDragon founder Edgar “Injap” Sia II (ranked by Forbes magazine as the No. 17 wealthiest in the Philippines) is bullish about the Philippine economy’s future, expanding the company’s CityMalls and has invested with Shanghai’s Jinjiang Inn brand to already open two hotels. Jinjiang Inn plans to open in 15 key Philippine cities in the next five years.

Another publicly listed dynamo, Anchor Land Holdings Inc., is planning to build 1,000 hotel rooms over the next five years with hotels in Boracay, Palawan and Tagaytay. Anchor Land vice chairman Steve Li said they’re also building the country’s largest Chinese restaurant.

Are young tycoons Sia and Li optimistic that President Duterte can finally restore and normalize Philippine-China relations, so that we can compete with our ASEAN neighbors for the world’s biggest and richest market for tourists? In 2015 Thailand attracted eight million affluent Chinese tourists. That year, the number of Chinese outbound tourists climbed 14.5 percent to 35.4 million worldwide and they spent $235 billion.

Other bullish investors in Philippine tourism are architect Ramon Licup and wife Elena, the prime movers behind Princesa Garden Island Resort and Spa in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, as well as the Elan Hotel in Greenhills and the Makati Palace Hotel.

Billionaires To Share Success Stories With Young Entreps
On Sept. 9 starting at 1 p.m. at the Grand Ballroom of Marriott Hotel, top business leaders like Jon Ramon Aboitiz of the Aboitiz family (ranked by Forbes as the Philippines’ No. 3 wealthiest with a net worth of $5 billion); Edgar Saavedra, the self-made young Chinese construction tycoon of publicly listed Megawide (ranked No. 37 wealthiest by Forbes with a net worth of $255 million) and his business partner Michael Cosiquien (ranked No. 35 with a net worth of $265 million); Jojo Concepcion of top appliance producer Concepcion Industries (the family is ranked No. 30 wealthiest with a net worth of $450 million); and self-made information-technology tycoon Dado Banatao of California will share their success stories and why they’re investing more in the Philippines now.

The public is welcome to attend this annual Anvil Business Summit organized by the young Filipino-Chinese entrepreneurs of the Anvil Business Club led by the trimumvirate of chairman emeritus George T. Siy of Marie France/Facial Care Center/Svenson, chairman Eduardo “Eddie” Cobankiat of the construction industry, and president Marcelo Co of Hobe noodles. Anvil officers say their speakers are role models for local investors to emulate.

At a recent edition of the non-partisan Pandesal Forum of Kamuning Bakery Cafe in Quezon City, the three Anvil officers told media that local investors are leading the way in supporting Philippine economic development and that they are confident President Duterte’s bold reforms can bring about more inclusive economic growth. They said this Anvil Business Summit hopes to encourage more young and SME entrepreneurs to invest in the economy now.

Bullish On Movies, Burgers And Solar Energy
On her 77th birthday, Mother Lily Monteverde donated P1 million to Mowelfund, led by actress Boots Anson Roa Rodrigo, and told me that she’s going to keep producing many Regal films every year. While others half her age are dreaming of retirement, Mother Lily is still thinking of new projects to undertake. Although the youngest of 12 kids of the late copra tycoon Domingo Yu Chu, Mother Lily didn’t get to inherit his wealth when she married his dealer’s son, Remy Monteverde, of the less wealthy but no less entrepreneurial Monteverde-Dy family.

Mother Lily founded and has been the prime mover of Regal Films ever since, at one time also helping the late Geny Lopez in rebuilding ABS-CBN 2 and cofounding their Star Cinema filmmaking outfit. The late Lopez patriarch once gifted Mother Lily with a special diamond ring.

Another entrepreneur bullish about the Philippine economy is chef-turned-entrepreneur and Zark’s Burgers owner Zark Varona, whose gourmet hamburger chain is opening branches with their popular large-sized burgers. On the issue of ending the “endo” or contractual system, this young entrepreneur hopes politicians can dialogue with SME entrepreneurs to come up with a win-win solution beneficial for employees, the economy and businesspeople.

Bacolod-born ethnic Chinese entrepreneur Bonnie Chan Gamboa of the Hexagon Group of Companies has a unique way of celebrating the anniversary of his business group, giving away college scholarships in memory of his late Chinese immigrant father, Simplicio Gamboa Sr., through the SGS Foundation. Poor but deserving students are welcome to apply for scholarships.

Not only are private businesses optimistic about the Philippine future, even non-governmental organizations like the global environmental NGO Greenpeace are. Yeb Saño, executive director of Greenpeace Southeast Asia, said at a recent Pandesal Forum that lower costs and technological advances are making solar energy more viable and practical for homes and small businesses in the Philippines. Saño pointed out that financing options are now available. At present, the Philippines produces 29 percent of its electricity requirements through renewable sources, with the Department of Energy hoping to increase this to 40 percent by 2020.



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PostPosted: Mon Aug 29, 2016 1:34 pm 
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huwag muna mang jabezj.

iyong kumpareng hindi na mahagilap naman ang i konek da dots natin. :lol:


No..Peter Lim is still in the country..
He never went out...
Just be sure to identify the real Peter Lim among the thousands with similar name... :lol:

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