Heart-to-hurt mo­ments

Manila Times - - OPINION - In­sid­e­the­ses­sion­hall, Se­nate­can­not­stop the Reyes

J should be happy in­stead of mak­ing us cry. *** - No face recog­ni­tion needed.

*** Read how me­dia is treat­ing a con­tro­ver­sial se­na­tor with th­ese head­lines: im­pend­ing ar­rest

pos­si­ble ar­rest to­day -

de­ci­pher why.

*** Se­na­tor Richard Gor­don: Wally Sombero, an al­leged mid­dle­man of gam­bling ty­coon Jack in­volve­ment in the al­leged bribery of two Bureau

of money to some crit­ics but it was dur­ing th­ese hear­ings that the pub­lic came to know that a re­tired po­lice­man has a bank ac­count bal­ance of more than P20 mil­lion. It was also un­cov­ered that Sombero was able to get past the BI scru­tiny and was able to leave the coun­try for Sin­ga­pore.

the P50 mil­lion bribery case was sus­pended by the

*** read­ers by its head­lines

and will in­sist that the rule of law be fol­lowed, Sen on Mon­day. Next para­graph: But Drilon, who is act­ing Se­nate Pres­i­dent - mentel is abroad, con­ceded that See what I mean? III who

*** - for each el­derly par­ent shall like­wise be al­lowed to the in­di­vid­ual tax­payer; pro­vided that the el­derly the tax­payer,” Pam­panga Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Glo­ria

- are light­ened in their sun­set years.

*** Erap backs planned smok­ing ban. Smok­ing ex­empted.

*** House ap­proves bill ex­tend­ing pass­port va­lid­ity to 10 years. While they are at it, they should lessen the re­quire­ments of new and old ap­pli­cants. Why im­pose strin­gent rules to ac­quire a travel docu re­gions for that mat­ter.

*** cold­est tem­per­a­ture in Baguio so far this year, mak­ing it the per­fect cud­dle weather for lovers

*** Here we go again. P2B Duterte aid


- mu­ni­ties – Palace

pledge for Suri­gao

Duterte] talked about was for those af­fected by pro­posed min­ing clo­sures that the gov­ern­ment would pro­vide if and when it is im­ple­mented,” he said in a text mes­sage.

for in­di­gents and re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion of drug de­pen­dents—again, not for Suri­gao.

“I think there is con­fu­sion about the P2 bil re­leased last year for medicine and drug re­ha­bilita

*** Plac­ard-bear­ing stu­dents from the Univer­sity of the Philip­pines trooped to the Department of au­dit that led to the clo­sure and sus­pen­sion of 28 big min­ing com­pa­nies.

the 41 op­er­at­ing metal­lic mines in the coun­try, 23 only 12 passed the min­ing au­dit.

down, now they want them to open.

*** Why do we give as­sis­tance when some­one passed away and fail to do the same when one was alive and needed it most?

*** Post-Valen­tines notes: Dear friends,

Be care­ful. Wives nowa­days may pos­sess “ac­tion­able in­tel­li­gence.”

at the same time. So, I went to Jol­libee right away.

No­tice to all: Fe­bru­ary 14 is a work­ing called “Vic­to­ria.”

- the to­tal pop­u­la­tion of the Philip­pines is now 102,250,133. Easy, easy....

When still sin­gle, the tab is on men. When

Some­body asked me why Valen­tines Day is al­ways rep­re­sented by a heart as its sym­bol. Does he re­ally think that a kid­ney, liver, brain, or in­tes­tine will be more ro­man­tic?

Valen­tines Day is the day your wife won­ders why you bought again an­other re­frig­er­a­tor


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