Aiming to be comparable to the likes of the British BBC, or Australia’s ABC, The People’s Televison channel is now looking for reporters and TV writers to revitalize the network.
Unbalanced News, Frivolous Views – Inquirer forgot PNoy is still president, pins Abu Sayyaf beheading on Duterte
The Philippine Daily Inquirer seems to be underestimating the analytical skills of Filipinos and thought they could get away with it. How wrong they were.
The game, more than a year in the making in terms of testing, character additions and controversy, is going gold.
Karma indeed has strange ways of exacting comeuppance from deeds like that.
The Philippine Star headlines expired news of pre-election survey of Duterte having less trust than Leni
The truth isn’t prevailing in The Philippine Star anymore.
You might want to make your trips to Atok, Benguet frequent from now on. Especially after the Sakura trees start blooming in 3 years, or roughly at the year 2019.
WANTED – Laurence Araula del Puerto, mad clusterfluck who supports Lu’s death threats against Duterte
A person who is apparently a nobody, nothing but nonsensical posts about rising electrical costs and his unreasonable and batshit insane grudge against Rodrigo Duterte and Sara Duterte, the President’s daughter.
REGRET – Hunted down, Joseph Robert B. Lu apologizes for his death threats against President Duterte
He thought the anonymity of the internet will protect him against the lashback, and probably thought setting his accounts to private would keep him safe. He thought wrong.
Too bad death threats everywhere are a criminal offense. Will we see Lu get locked up from his irresponsibly criminal tweet?
Social news site Rappler was once again humiliated by its viewers after releasing an article that obviously ran counter to the spoken words of President Rodrigo Duterte.