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Im jumping right into this post with this most used line that not all things are meant to last. That is so true of my notebook fans. After some years of productive use the built in or internal fan of my notebook or laptop stopped working. Without a cooling unit […]
Watch Stupid Evil Deadly Traditional Politics of the Philippines. The Rodel Batocabe Murder. Many hearts bleed for the lives that are wasted and lost on a daily basis in the country. Some lives are lost by operation of the law as in the continuous drug excursions conducted by police authorities […]
Just before I went on a 4-month leave from my channel for quick travel and long vacation, I left behind video projects hanging which include a review on the microSD card I ordered online. I am referring to the micro SD card manufactured by Samsung, the EVO select SD card. […]
On this year’s commemoration of martyrdom of Jose Protacio Rizal, we join the folks at the Luneta Park and those in their respective homes at observing the momentous event that dates back into the waning hours of the occupation of the Spanish conquistadores. That was 122 years ago! On many […]
Regrettably, the conversation between President-elect Rodrigo Duterte and the news media has turned sharp and shrill. All but lost in the noise is the two parties’ common duty in law and tradition to serve and to inform the Filipino people on issues, events and policies that affect their interest and […]
The Commission on Elections in Bicol region is up to deleting a total of 169,193 voters from the list for failure to comply with the bio-metrics requirement. Comelec regional director Atty. Romeo Fortes said non-compliant voters are up for delisted after the deadline set lapsed last October 31st. Fortes added […]
The Commission on Population (POPCOM) Bicol regional office reported that early pregnancy and lack of knowledge in FP are main reasons behind its over 5.1 million population.
Cbanga360.net – The Bicol Steet Journal brings a live streaming coverage of the Peñafrancia Traslacion 2013 unfolding in the streets of Naga city, thru the courtesy and good hearts of the management and staff of a regional, true local Bicol television network. Also in multi-cast with The Bulletin Today – […]
MANILA- Almost a year since the Holy Father went online via Twitter, the Pope has recently hit the 10-million mark in terms of followers. But did you know that a “huge” part of his Twitter followers came from Muslim-dominated Middle Eastern countries? It came as a surprise to Msgr. Paul […]
DAGUPAN CITY, – The third and last presidential debate under the auspices of the Commission on Elections will follow a town hall format on Sunday from 6 PM to 9 PM at the student plaza of the University of Pangasinan Phinma in Dagupan City. Prepared questions would range from very […]
We read articles by well-informed techno-pundits prognosticate about the era of the personal computer on its way to the exit door, I tell pray that not in the next few years, please. I have just acquired an HP pavilion dm4-3055dx notebook entertainment PC powered with 2nd generation Intel Core i5-2430M […]
The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) in Davao doused cold water on the claims of a presidential candidate that anyone can buy drugs in the city. PDEA region 11 Director Adzhar Albani refused to be dragged to political mudslinging over the drugs issue in Davao City but defended the city’s […]
To a newcomer and the uninitiated the new parish of St. Peregrine of Laziosi has a humbling effect. The building of course represents the glimmer of a dream rather than a concrete reality. It is because the current building was constructed of lumber (some coconut lumber) and bamboo with nipa roofing.
If the count of persons daily placed inside body bags is a certain measure of success, then the Duterte administration-driven campaign versus the proliferation of illegal drugs is a calculated success in Bicol. It seems. The rising death count is becoming a source of accomplishment for police officials in the […]
Can the choicest words and the harshest sounds provide power to a people long oppressed under the yoke of feudal and imperialist tyranny? Shall we not cast aside the broken pen that knows all terms and the paper pure prepared for lines? Shall we not transform angry words into moving […]