G Spot

Roger, the Ilocano By Virginia Jasmin Pasalo   ROGER Mangahas just passed away. It was quick, and as others said, it was merciful. Merciful because he did not suffer much. But how do we know what he suffered at the moment of a massive stroke? I was in Pangasinan when I learned that he was […]

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Sports Eye

Blame the referees first By Jesus A. Garcia, Jr. THE much-awaited rematch for the 2019 FIBA Asia/Pacific World Cup Qualifiers between Australia and Philippine national basketball teams held last Monday (July 2) showed the worst in everyone. The free-for-all could have been prevented if the three international referees assigned by the world governing basketball body […]

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Random Thoughts

UNSPORTSMANLIKE CONDUCT – The ugly basketbrawl that marred the game between members of the Philippines Gilas team and those of Australia Boomers team Monday night at the Philippine Arena during their FIBA Basketball World Qualifying Match was downright unacceptable and disappointing. It is definitely condemnable as it is being made to appear that the Filipinos […]

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Punchline

Oplan Rody, our chance at lesser crimes By Ermin Garcia Jr.   THE directive of President Duterte to launch Oplan Rody intended to address the tambay culture was definitely long overdue, as in 50 years ago. The seeming innocuous ordinances that include loitering, smoking, defecating and urinating in in public areas, shirtless, jaywalking, selling of […]

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Playing with Fire

A new medical facility opens in Dagupan By Gonzalo Duque   AS we grow older, we start to notice a lot of changes in our life… health specially. Parang providential ata etong topic natin ah, kasi while we were composing our thoughts on health matters, we received a text message saying our friend, former Dagupan City councilor Danilo “Pacoy” […]

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General Admission

Pacquiao brushes off kinks in fight vs Matthysse By Al S. Mendoza   MANNY Pacquiao will fight again two Sundays from today. And his July 15 bout with Lucas Matthysse is being eagerly awaited for some reasons not exactly of the palatable kind. For example, why was Freddie Roach nixed as Paquiao’s trainer? Roach, the Hall of […]

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G Spot

Last in, first out By Virginia Jasmin Pasalo   THERE is an accounting method for inventory and cost of sales known as “Last In, First Out” (LIFO) where “the last items produced or purchased are assumed to be sold first; allows business owner to value inventory at the less expensive cost of the older inventory; typically used […]

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Sports Eye

‘Don’t Cry For Me Argentina’ By Jesus A. Garcia, Jr.   AFTER a long one year layoff after his controversial defeat to Australian Jeff Horn for the World Boxing Organization welterweight title fight, Filipino ring icon Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao climbs back the ring to exchange blows this time against World Boxing Association (WBA) welterweight titleholder […]

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