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Timesman | Go, Bong Go!

The die-hard supporters of Special Assistant to the President Christopher “Bong” Go that launched the Bayan 4 Bong Go (B4BG) movement last week urging him to run for a Senate seat may not be aware that the election for the national positions is more than a year away.

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Timesman | Where am I on April 15

AFTER 46 years of married life with Virgie and five children, God took her back from me and this fulfilled her vow on our wedding day on Apr. 15, 1968, (an Easter Sunday) “Only death will separate us from each

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Timesman | He is watching me

MY BLOOD pressure reached 160/93 when I trekked the almost two-kilometer uphill winding road of Madapo Hills on the way to the Shrine of the Holy Infant Jesus of Prague early dawn and on my way down of Good Friday.

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TIMESMAN | Psychiatric test, anyone?

AN official of the City Social Services Development Office (CSSDO) revealed that some unscrupulous individuals took advantage of relief goods intended for flood victims of Typhoon Vinta by pretending to be victims, although they were not actually affected by the

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TIMESMAN | Confusing probe

THE INTER-AGENCY Anti-Task Force ruled out arson as the cause of fire that gutted the homegrown NCCC Mall at the corner of Maa Road and Mac Arthur Highway on Dec. 23, last year.

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TIMESMAN| Good or bad news?

THE ACCEPTANCE of the President on the resignation of Vice Mayor Paulo Z. Duterte may surprise many people especially critics of this administration who always believe that those in power

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TIMESMAN| Unprecedented gesture

JANUARY was the month when my Nanay brought me into this world. Of the six siblings I am the only one left living. They died years apart including our parents.

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TIMESMAN| Christmas tragedies

WHEN someone in the family dies due to aging or disease, the feeling of sadness among those who are left behind is sometimes bearable because they know the coming loss ofa relative.

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TIMESMAN| What a small world!

FRANKLY, we have been in this corner for quiet a time now but except for Vic Sumalinog on my right side whose column “Rough Cut” is coming out regularly rain or shine in the TIMES issues

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TIMESMAN| Retirement age

THE REQUEST of barangay health workers to Mayor Inday Sara to increase the mandatory retirement age of health front-liners from 60 to 65 must be acted upon intelligently by department heads

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