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The light

By | G Spot, Opinion

By Virginia Jasmin Pasalo   THE dawn is my constant friend. Like clockwork, it wakes me up at 4:00 a.m., making me witness the quiet blending of light and darkness in the sky, the slow disappearance of stars before my eyes, making me feel the soft caress of the passing…

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“Akubid”

By | Andromeda's Vortex, Opinion

By Atty. Farah G. Decano     WITH the recent news that one out of three Covid survivors eventually suffer from mental issues, “akubid,” I predict, will soon be part of Pangasinan’s rich vocabulary to refer to someone who is psychologically unstable.  Remember the word, “atipus?”  Atipus refers to someone…

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2020 Tokyo Olympics should roll on

By | Opinion, Sports Eye

By Jesus A. Garcia Jr.   THE 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games which was supposed to be held last July 24 to August 9 was unanimously postponed by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) headed by its President Thomas Bach and Japan Prime Minister Abe Shinzo together with the President of the…

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Thanking our medical frontliners

By | Opinion, Punchline

By Ermin Garcia Jr. I volunteered to take a “sabbatical leave” from posting and reading points of view last Wednesday, because I knew I had to clear my mind and focus on God’s teachings and suffering. These after all are what the pandemic is all about. There are lessons to…

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Goods Samaritan

By | G Spot, Opinion

By Virginia Jasmin Pasalo THIS is not another word from a friend who uses “foots” as the plural form of foot, or his extension of its context when a lot of people march on their “feets”. Goods is not a new word, it is an old word with a new…

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