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PostPosted: Mon Jul 09, 2018 9:18 pm 
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Seven Sigma wrote:
dyey_em-si wrote:
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Like what I have said, president Camote is used to make a scapegoat out of past admin just to boost his leadership and cover up his bad management practices.

Why is he and the dds always blaming the past admin?

'Let us not seek to fix the blame for the past, let us accept our own responsibility for the future." - JFK



Blaming is the game of all politician...walang exception dyan :D

Di ka naman siguro 10 yo para di mo makita yan.

Regardless kahit anong sabihin mo, may ambag ka kung gusto mo umunlad pinas.

Kung puro pulpol binabato mo, ano ba babalik sau?


Ah, that means masaya ka kasi camote ka at camote rin ang presidente mo.

Ok, that is not even debatable he he



Yep not debatable kasi di mo nga masagot ng maayos binabato ko sau e. Baka pwede palabasin mo yung handol mo na matino kausap (meron nga ba? :lol: )

Pasalamat ka nga blitz at kinakausap ka ng matino e.

And if you really read my replies to you, di ganyan sagot mo

Mas camote ka handol king kasi I bet wala ka ginagawa sa sarili mo para mapaunlqd mo kabuhayan mo at bansa mo

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 09, 2018 10:44 pm 
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Kung si blitz man lang, mabuti pa ang kamote may sustansya eh nana na naging utak yan. Bwahahaha laff trip. :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 10, 2018 1:36 am 
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Aba, naghahanap pa pala ng matinong sagot ang bobitang dds na to. Gusto mo style idol mo..?
Bah, akala mo kung umasta ka maunlad ka na at nakakaangat na ang buhay mo sa ibang miyembro dito
Eh, baka pagsampuin pa ang buhay ng katulad mo lang kayang kaya ka pa rin namin bayaran kasama pa ang kaluluwa mo. Collateral damage lang din ang labas ng isang katulad mo kapag nag operate ang mga grupo ni Polong at Chinese Triads sa lugar nyo ha ha


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 10, 2018 3:22 am 
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Seven Sigma wrote:
Aba, naghahanap pa pala ng matinong sagot ang bobitang dds na to. Gusto mo style idol mo..?
Bah, akala mo kung umasta ka maunlad ka na at nakakaangat na ang buhay mo sa ibang miyembro dito
Eh, baka pagsampuin pa ang buhay ng katulad mo lang kayang kaya ka pa rin namin bayaran kasama pa ang kaluluwa mo. Collateral damage lang din ang labas ng isang katulad mo kapag nag operate ang mga grupo ni Polong at Chinese Triads sa lugar nyo ha ha


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Haha ikaw ang boba.

Ako DDS so ibig sabihin pag kumontra ako sa sinasabi mo DDS? Tonto.

Sinagot ko lang tanong mo na obviously e kinopya mo lang sa iba.

Minsan kasi sumagot ka ng may laman...kaya ka nababan e...bandwagom ka masyado?

Gusto ko style ni Du30, pero di lahat ng gawin nya e sang ayon ako. Di tulad mo or nyo na wala na kayong nakitang maganda.

Palibhasa, rugby kinakain mo araw araw :D


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 10, 2018 9:23 am 
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LTO plates backlog: 230K down, 8M to go
By motioncars.inquirer.netJuly 09,2018



THE LAND Transportation Office (LTO) on Wednesday finally issued more than 230,000 license plates for vehicles that were registered from July to October 2016, but remains faced with a backlog of nearly 8 million plates dating back to 2014.

LTO records showed that another 5.9 million motorcycle plates pending release since February 2014 have yet to be processed, since the agency prioritized the plates for four-wheel vehicles.

Still, Transport Secretary Arthur Tugade hailed Wednesday’s release as a significant step in moving away from a state of affairs he sardonically called “Republika Ng Walang Plaka (No-Plates Republic).”

The LTO’s plate-making plant in Quezon City has produced 231,332 pairs for motor vehicles since April to cover the July-October 2016 requirements.
The plant would have to produce at least 2 million more to cover those registered up to June 25, 2018.

A huge chunk of the backlog actually stems from the 2.9 million vehicles registered from February 2014 to July 2016, whose plates have yet to be processed in view of a notice of disallowance from the Commission on Audit.

The COA issued the notice on July 13, 2015, saying that the LTO’s deal with supplier Power Plates Development Concepts Inc.-J. Knieriem BV-Goes (PPI-JKG) was “illegal” or awarded without an allotment under the 2014 General Appropriations Act.




http://cebudailynews.inquirer.net/18361 ... 230k-8m-go

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 10, 2018 2:10 pm 
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Just wanna post this article...
Kayo na lang bahala mag discuss... :D

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Seven past deals worsened today’s crime, traffic, health

Jarius Bondoc (The Philippine Star) - July 9, 2018 - 12:00am


Seven messy projects of the past admin worsen today’s crime, traffic, and disease. Worth multibillions, the deals cripple police work, city commuting, and public health. Quality of life deteriorates.

Three executive departments must fix the mess and save state funds. Punishments also are needed to prevent recurrence.

All seven are hot news:


P1.9-billion purchase of flimsy police vans. The Senate is to look into a 2015 bid rigging for over 2,000 units from an inapt Indian supplier. Rules were for bidders with at least ten years’ domestic presence. But the National Police bought the Mahindra brand – no dealer network, after-sales service, and spare parts. The vehicles have since broken down, rotting in disrepair in police stations. Police mobility and response to distress calls are disabled. Sen. Grace Poe’s warnings in late 2014 against the Mahindra purchase were unheeded.

P1.4-billion missing police combat and patrol gear. State auditors have red-flagged the non-delivery of simple ponchos and commando rifle grenades ordered in 2015. Sen. Panfilo Lacson, one-time PNP chief, laments the repetitive anomalies. The purchases were made when then-interior secretary Mar Roxas and PNP head Alan Purisima were feuding. The present Dept. of Interior has yet to sue the erring police brass and suppliers to recover the money.

P3.8-billion bungled fabrication of land vehicle license plates. For three years now millions of new cars, trucks, and motorcycles have been plate-less. Many old plates also have been lost, torn, or cloned. Lawmen have no way to identify crime getaways; traffic aides cannot enforce number coding. All because, in 2013, the Dept. of Transport contracted a blacklisted Filipino and undercapitalized Dutch partners for the five-year project. Aside from bid rigging, there was no congressional funding, so the Commission on Audit forbade payment. Prototypes were not tamper-proof as required; the metal crumpled like paper in floodwaters. Import duties unpaid, 600,000 pieces lie abandoned in cargo containers at the Manila pier. The present Land Transportation Office had to rebid and acquire platemaking machines. It started distributing 250,000 new plates this week, but only for vehicles bought July 2016 onwards. Government has yet to recover advances and damages, and indict the culprits.

P3.8-billion purchase of flawed MRT-3 trains from China. Paid P565 million (15 percent) upon indent in 2013, Dalian Locomotive and Rolling Stock Co. delivered late 48 faulty coaches in 2016. Incompatible length, overweight (by 3.3 tons each), and bogey design make operation and maintenance iffy. At least 15 safety and reliability tests, involving 94 components, were left undone. Confirming the contract breaches, present Transport Sec. Arthur Tugade says he will make Dalian redo the railcars. Their inoperability sets back MRT-3’s expansion. Traffic has intensified along EDSA and, by consequence, the whole Mega Manila. Had Dalian’s trains met the specs, the commuter rail would have upgraded to four-car trains from the present three-, shortened train intervals to 2.5 minutes from the old five, and increased ride frequency. Uninvestigated are allegations by ex-MRT general manager Al Vitangcol of a five-percent or P190-million kickback to transport bosses in 2013.

P3.8-billion – the favorite deal price? – inept MRT-3 upkeep and overhaul. DOTr rescinded last Nov. the negotiated three-year contract, 2016-2019. By then, frequent breakdowns had worsened traffic; train dilapidation now requires years-long rehab. The cost is huge. Japanese giant Sumitomo Corp., as MRT-3’s 12-year maintainer, originally had estimated P7.5 billion ($150 million). DOTr is borrowing more than double, P17 billion (¥34.48 billion) from Japan International Cooperation Agency. Only last month did the Ombudsman indict ex-transport chief Joseph Abaya for graft. Implicated were ex-deputies Rene Limcaoco, Catherine Gonzales, Edwin Lopez, and Roman Buenafe. Also, DOTr managers Camille Alcaraz, Ofelia Astrera, Charissa Opulencia, Oscar Bongon, and Joe Sabayles. And Busan Universal Rail Inc. incorporators-directors Eldonn Ferdinand Uy, Belinda Ong Tan, Elizabeth C. Velasco, Brian C. Velasco, Antonio Borromeo, Elpidio Uy, and Jun Ho Hwang.

P3.5-billion untested anti-dengue vaccine. About 835,000 nine-to-12-year-olds were injected with untried Dengvaxia once to thrice from Apr. 2016 to Aug. 2017. Vaccinees were not blood-tested or queried for previous dengue infection. Parents’ consents were not sought; side effects unexplained. Malacañang rushed the project for the May 2016 election, in vote-rich Central Luzon, Metro Manila, Southern Tagalog, and Central Visayas. It turned out that the inoculant can cause severe bleeding, fever, and death to previously uninfected vaccinees and those with congenital ailments. Sixty-five deaths have been linked to the drug, and 30 times that number of hospitalizations. Sacrificed were a dozen tried-and-tested necessary vaccines, including for mumps, measles, chicken pox, polio, diphtheria, tetanus, and acellular pertussis. Public hysteria over Dengvaxia is scaring parents and youths even from safe vaccines.

P8.1-billion infeasible construction of 5,700 barangay health stations in public schools. Malacañang allegedly rushed the release of the amount in Dec. 2015, along with the Dengvaxia deal. The money went to waste. Sites were unworkable and constructors ineligible. Delays were interminable; equipment were undelivered. Primary health care for the poor and hiring of barangay nurses never happened. Ex-President Noynoy Aquino, budget secretary Florencio Abad, and health secretary Janet Garin deny any wrongdoing.


https://www.philstar.com/opinion/2018/0 ... fic-health



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Ombudsman Conchita will be stepping down this July......naloko na, the gloves will be off, totohanang mga kaso na isasampa sa mga "corruption-free" deals na yan ng Aquino Admin hihihihihihih mga kawawa--yung mga guilty Aquino officials at yun mga uto-utong supoters nila dito sa Pacland :lol: :lol: :lol:


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 10, 2018 3:10 pm 
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Excited ako sa mangyayari once wala na si Ombudsman Carpio-Morales...

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 11, 2018 8:24 am 
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Up natin para makapag opinion ang iba...

Idagdag natin ang 72B DAP...

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 11, 2018 8:31 am 
ang lapit na pala ng July 26th ang araw na mag-step down si Omb. Conchita..... :shock:



lalakas ang mga travel agencies niyan baka maraming magta-travel :lol:


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 11, 2018 4:44 pm 
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May nabasa ako article e parang 2016 pa ata yun. Nung panahon daw ni pnoy ng under spend govt para pagpasa sa bagong admin may surplus.

Kaya di nadevelop infra natin masyado, wala masyado daan at building. Mas marami sanang business na pumasok kung may mga infra na bago.

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 8:07 am 
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Same same lang silang corrupt? :shock:

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 8:26 am 
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dyey_em-si wrote:
May nabasa ako article e parang 2016 pa ata yun. Nung panahon daw ni pnoy ng under spend govt para pagpasa sa bagong admin may surplus.

Kaya di nadevelop infra natin masyado, wala masyado daan at building. Mas marami sanang business na pumasok kung may mga infra na bago.

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ng patapos na ang termino tsaka nag todo approve sa mga projects.. minabilis ang mga budgets (bakit kaya? ) walang nasimulan o natapos.. ngayon iba na ang nakaupo at nag implement o tinapos "credit grabbing" naman daw sabi ng mga nana at nano..


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 8:41 am 
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May action ba ang bagong ombudsman? mukhang wala...

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