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‘Di na nangdedekwat ng cell phone!

Impressive ang latest pics ng young actor na ‘to na minsa’y naging promising talaga ang showbiz career. Kung noo’y lampayatot (lampayatot daw talaga, o! Hahahahahahaha!) ang kanyang arrive, these days he seems to have found his Salvation Army in the arms of this good-natured director who loves to act as his surrogate dad.

Some five or six years ago, this mestizo young actor was the target of most pedophiles libido and sex-starved faggots in the business as well.

Indeed, he was most accommodating and eager to please as well for the very moment you’d doze off, he’d take your cellphone away with him and run. Hahahahahahahaha!

Marami nga ang nanghihinayang sa husay niyang umarte dahil tito lang naman niya ang isang mahusay na aktor na maagang namatay dahil sa obesity.

Sa totoo, super accommodating daw ng papable na young actor sa mga vaklung na sa kanya’y nae-elya. Hahahahahahahahahaha!

Pa’no, fellate me at your own risk kasi ang kanyang drama. Hahahahahahahahahaha!

It was a good thing that this good-natured director took pity on him and gave him the break that he was hankering for.

Sa ngayon, bukod sa may regular acting assigments na siya, he’s been able to put up a business on the side as wellspecializing on gadgets that’s very much in vogue these days.

Simply stated, he’s no longer at the mercy of pedo-fags (pedo-fags raw talaga, o! Hahahahaha!) who would give him a pittance for what he could offer.

Nice naman.

Iba talagang mag-alaga si Direk.

Imagine, madalas raw na nag-a-abroad si papa para bumili ng mga gadgets na kinababaliwan sa ngayon ng mga kabataan at kahit ng mga tanders man. Hahahahahahahahaha!

‘Yun na!

JINGGOY BRINGS MORE AID TO BOHOL

As promised, Senator Jinggoy Ejercito Estrada returned to the earthquake-hit province of Bohol last Sunday to deliver additional aid and food supplies to the victims.

It can be remembered that Sen. Estrada visited Bohol, specifically the municipalities of Sagbayan and Calape last October 20 and pledged to bring more relief to the residents.

This time, Sen. Estrada visited the coastal town of Maribojoc, one of the worst hit areas by the 7.2 -magnitude earthquake which placed the entire province in a state of calamity. Sen. Estrada was wel- comed by Mayor Leoncio Evasco, Jr. and Vice Mayor Fructuoso Redulla, Jr., and was accompanied by Cong. Erico Aumentado.

Vice Mayor Redulla says that Sen. Estrada is the first national government official to visit and set foot on their town since the earthquake happened last October 15.

A five-member team composed of doctors, a nurse and medical technologists from the Department of Health (DOH) – MIMAROPA which is conducting stress debriefing sessions for the affected families says that seeing national officials on site is a positive development for the morale and overall men tal health of the victims.

Dr. Mon Martin, a member of the Mental Health and Psychosocial Support team that is providing psy- chological intervention to those who experienced the tragedy and to those who lost relatives, proper -ties and livelihood, says that the said visit by Estrada uplifts their spirits, signals to the vic- tims that help and assistance are on the way and this gives them hope.

Sen. Estrada spent an afternoon in Maribojoc and visited a total of seven barangays, namely Bara-ngays Dipatlong, Poblacion, Anislag, San Vicente, Lincod, San Roque, and Bayacabac.

According to the local disaster relief operations, 20,588 individuals from 4,526 families and 22 ba- rangays were affected by the earthquake. Disaster operations report also show that 1,917 houses were totally damaged, while 1,850 houses were partially damaged. The municipality also recorded 17 casual -ties and 340 injured.

Apart from sacks of rice, canned goods and drinking water, Sen. Estrada also brought boxes of vitamins, antibiotics, and other essential medicine.

Before proceeding to Maribojoc, Sen. Estrada paid a courtesy call to the provincial capitol and han- ded over a two-million peso check from the City of Manila to Bohol Governor Edgardo Chatto.

The City of Manila led by former President and Mayor Joseph Estrada was represented by his son, Jinggoy, and City Administrator Simeon Garcia, Jr.

Administrator Garcia says the financial donation was their way of helping the Boholanos and the lo- cal government in its relief operations and immediate rehabilitatio

ANG MAY BALTIK  NA LUKRESYA… BOW!

Sa tinagal-tagal ng pagpunta namin sa The Buzz (the one anchored by the very good-natured Kuya Boy Abunda, the svelte Toni Gonzaga and the comely Charlene Gonzales), lagi na’y napupuna namin ang pagiging impakta ng unanong ito na feeling sikat at formidable.

Yuck!yuck!yuck!

Ma-late ka lang dahil you, naturally, had other concerns, kandahaba na ang nguso ng impaktang ito na para bang inuutangan ng milyones at diring-diri sa entertainment writers, di naman niya andalu ang pinamimigay. Harharharharhar!

Yuck!yuck!yuck!

Honestly, nagtiis lang kami sa cavalier attitude ng unanong ito na ang hilig i-flaunt ang kanyang legs na para bang siya si Dayanara Torres.

Yuck!

Anyhow, if Kuya Boy happens to be the paradigm of good PR and affability, this wicked matrona oozes

with venom and uncouth delusions.

Kung si Mr. Roxy Liquigan ay napakabait at wala talagang masamang tinapay sa kanya, ang matronang ito ay feeling may ari ng ABS CBN kung makaporma.

Yuck!yuck!yuck!

Kasukaaaaaaaaaaahhhh!

Ayusin mo ang nose job mo, lola. Ang panget-panget ng gawa!

Yuck!

Cheap!

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And with that, ito po ang kuya Pete ninyo na nagsasabing, Christopher, my son, I love you very, very much, my love for you goes beyond eternity. Adios. Mabalos. I always need you, Nong!

Pete Ampoloquio, Jr.

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