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Feedback: Local Politicians should cancel trip to Las Vegas

What happens in Vegas will bite you in the end eventually.

What happens in Vegas will bite you in the end eventually.

Another feedback from our readers regarding the devastation of typhoon Yolanda. Do you agree?

Comment: Good day Sir!

I read on the other thread regarding donations from Abra saying the church has so far collectect P38,000.00 for the victims of typhoon Yolanda.

Obviously this amount came from ordinary Abrenos (i gave my share kahit maliit lang) who have the heart and concerns to our countrymen who lost everything they own. Malayo man sila, kailang parin nila ng tulong. Who knows some day tayo naman ang nangangalingan later on, sila naman ang tutulong.

Now where are our politicians? Nasaan na kayo? Can they spare at least some of their loots for a good use? The above amount is nothing, considering how they splurge with their cars, clothes, houses and vices and traveling around the world and pagkatapos post lang ng post sa Internet.

This really makes me angry and cry for our kababayans. Where did these politicians came from? where are the decency? Where’s the compassion? Where?

Lastly, if these politicians cannot afford na mag donate, at least the most civil thing to do is to be in solidarity with all Filipinos and mourn with every family who lost their love ones.

Nabalitaan ko po na aalis si Mayor Dominic dito sa Bangued. Pati sila governor takit at congresswoman Joy at iba pa papunta ng Las Vegas inniliw this month. My suggestion i-cancel muna nila yan and instead donate what ever they are supposed to spend in America.

Or at least have the decency as a human being. This is not the time to party po. Mahiya naman kayo sa taong bayan!

Name: Genuine Abranian


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102 thoughts on “Feedback: Local Politicians should cancel trip to Las Vegas

  1. Yes that is absolutely ryth….

    Posted by Gayem on | November 15, 2013, 10:33 pm
  2. sinno ti makipinnusta kaniak? pinnustaan tayo!! basta siak haanda nga icancel!!! adadu pay ketdi ti ipletyan da nga mapan diay inniliw..

    Posted by concerncitizen | November 15, 2013, 10:48 pm
  3. Compassion and decency are strange words to most politicians. They came from nowhere, but embraced the love of money when came to power and devoured poor man’s due in every opportunity, they are the most popular breed of pigs in Pinas these days!

    Kayatko man nga iparaman ti maysa nga damag maipangguep ti 6 yrs old Japanese kid nga nangburak ti piggy bank na nga naglaon ti 5000 yen, 2000 pesos, ket intedna amin nga tulong ti Yolanda victims. Daytoy maysa nga food for thought, para ka dagiti ubbing ti Pinas ken uray datayo nga nataingan. Mayat nga modelo daytoy para ti leksyon ti eskwela ti Makabayan, Social studies. Take note,most Japanese don’t believe in God; they worship their ancestors in stead. Ngem ammoda ti kaipapanan ti sarita nga asi (compassion). Politicians claimed to be all Christians, going to church sometimes for the ‘show’ to deceive the poor man. That Japanese kid is more welcomed by God than these hypocrite politicians.

    Posted by TAGAMASID | November 16, 2013, 6:23 am
  4. There’s no way that they will cancel their trip to Las Vegas. The reason not to cancel their trip is to make a BIG BET, for the Fight of Many PACQUIO against Brandon RIOS next week in Macao, and they believe that the Pacman will win the fight.GREEDY POLITICIAN’S.

    Posted by Labuyo | November 16, 2013, 8:13 am
  5. Oh come on. Politicians can not even help in their own back yard much more to outsiders. I bet my meager earnings they will be dancing away in Las Vegas together with the elitistas. Partying gambling drinking eating like pigs using taxpayers money. Ika nga Antay Antay lang mga pictures in Facebook pag may time.

    Posted by brookside | November 16, 2013, 10:19 am
  6. Inniliw full of payabangan attended by abrenian hypocrites and organized by corrupt people intended to share and pocket its proceed…parepareho lang ke mapolitico o hinde puros mga mukhang pera! sinalbag al-ot ketdi.

    Posted by Josef | November 16, 2013, 11:37 am
  7. HEY wait a minute, they can donate and go to Vegas at the same time, can’t they?

    Posted by Meoff | November 16, 2013, 1:36 pm
    • O yeah, they can, but they will not do that. Why would they donate their “hard-stolen” (not hard-earned) money of the people?! No way, josey! Ama nagimas to la ngata ti kayangkayang ken ikkis ni apo kapitana mila nga agay-ayam ti slotmachines diay vegasen, yos. Baka no agjackpot di pay agtip .. . cheap! he he he

      Posted by syoke | November 18, 2013, 6:48 am
  8. What difference does it makes if they don’t go? Show of respect or donate their Las Vegas money instead?
    Hello…? To whom are we dealing with? We already made up our impressions of what kind of Abrenians they are and still expecting a miraculous change of their heart? What if they decided to cancel their trip but still the same amount they have donated (if there’s any) didn’t change. Ania to manen iti makuna tayo kadakuada? And who are we that they care to listen to? Let them go and just wish for the doubling of their money amangan no mangabak da, uray 1% laeng iti mapanunot da nga inayon nga i-donate kadagitoy kakaasi nga kakabsat tayo nga taga Bisayas.

    Posted by thunderlolo | November 16, 2013, 5:42 pm
  9. There are decency nor compassion among politicians in philippines. They steal money as much as they can andp they are always thinking on how to preserve their positions for the next elections. Ta tinakaw da agkurang pay pagpatakder da balay da hihi..ken sugal da a…partakan da a ketdi after 36 months awan ton hihi….agdonate da ketdin? Kuto ti politicians ti Pilipinas lalo a Abra.

    Posted by Pablo turquesa | November 16, 2013, 6:52 pm
  10. @ there are no decency nor compassion…

    Posted by Pablo turquesa | November 16, 2013, 6:53 pm
  11. Anya aya koma ti bibiang mo Eric Shawn no mapan da? Apay sigurado ka nga awan ti in donate da para kadagitay Biktima ni Yolanda? Talaga lang ha! Obvious ka sika ket maysa nga Loser kasla la abogago nga utek Crab! Adda kapadpadam nga Paltat! Umapal ka man ngatan ta kasta ti tabas ti panagsarsaritam. Ti la pakasiksikoran yo.

    Posted by Costa | November 17, 2013, 9:19 pm
    • No am nt a loser and i wil never be a loser am a filipino taxpayer and i think it is an apropriate that there are govt oficials wl go to vegas to spend their “hard earned” money for socialization wle our felow countrymen were devasted.

      Posted by eric shawn | November 18, 2013, 5:43 am
      • iso ti like me Eric Shawn umapalka..iyur uray daka da Roy Tarambotso diay Abra Provincial hospitalj ..uray anya kan nga oras ..isaganam ta obet mo nga ma ba ot hihihi

        Posted by Gakong | November 18, 2013, 6:05 am
      • Together, we will fight to your noble stand Eric Shawn! If some are PATTONG-ED, maybe because of share of the loot, no way shall we sacrifice deconcy nor shame the legacy of our great ilocano heroes, Diego Silang n Gabiela!

        Posted by TAGAMASID | November 18, 2013, 8:19 am
        • What noble stand are you talking about Tagamasid? Alipores has to explain everything you folks want to know?

          Posted by Meoff | November 18, 2013, 8:24 am
        • So do I..! let’s not stop our big mouth in condemning their wickedness so that the next generation knows that not all their forefathers are coward to use the only available secret weapon left – our fearless tongue to speak the Truth..!

          Posted by hi-way.54 | November 18, 2013, 4:33 pm
  12. I seldom agree with Eric Shawn, but his message this time is clear; The noble stand is our determined fight for our rights, to see to it that Juan’s hard earned taxes must be used for general welfare and not personal advantages of heartless public officials which is the main cause of endless hardship among Abrenians. Let us fight together to conguer thisdemonic practices!!!

    Posted by TAGAMASID | November 18, 2013, 6:09 pm
    • Tenk u tagamasid i stand to be corected but i stick to my coments against corupt and insensitive politicians. If ordnary govt employees ket makipgrikna da rigat kailian tau apy dagtoy elected ket bale wala lng

      Posted by eric shawn | November 18, 2013, 7:09 pm
      • sika Eric Shawn ken bataan na ..apay nga corrupt konayo ti administration ni Takit ket awan mat maypakita yo nga ebidensia ..ipakita yo baka agbalin kayto man kas kenni Pedro Abrenio nga nabainan..halla ipakita yo ta dokomento saan nga dayta ngaw ngaw ..maka ongetak ta sangka sarita yo laket ti corrupt ni Takit ten … uray kola nga in Google…in Gps awan met .. talaga dyem nga agpalpalawapaw kay idtoy dyem

        Posted by palileng | November 18, 2013, 8:26 pm
        • gayyem palileng kitaem daguitay nai post ditoy A.COM. kalsada ken hospital saan kadi pay la a umanay a pammaneknek? have you seen the report of COA regarding the construction of the hospital and provincial roads?saanka a kasuron gayyem ,ngem saan ka koma met a masuron no ania man ti maisurat ditoy. if in CASE you are a paid DRUMBEATER of APO TAKIT,then you had earned your worth !

          Posted by KARASAKAS | November 19, 2013, 12:02 am
        • While I know that most government offices and big business across the country have cancelled their Christmas parties in deference to the suffering of our countrymen in the south, I did not post any comment in this thread. I respect the individual decision of our fellow Abrenos to attend or skip the “Inniliw”. After all, there is nothing in the law that prohibits it.
          Sadly and unfortunately, PALILENG, you took the liberty of dragging my name in a thread I have no wish to participate. I am therefore taking this opportunity to disabuse your mind and the minds of those who think similarly, of the notion that I was shamed and humiliated. I see no shame in offering an apology. As a matter of fact, I have said sorry in several posts I have made in various threads even if I believed I was not at fault. It takes a lot of character to say sorry because it is a word that seems very hard for others to say.
          It does not matter if I was right or wrong. People posting their comments and observations then were polarized. Those who expressed support for me were attacked. Even the chief architect of Abrenian.com was not spared. There was even one who said Abrenian.com sucks, making me wonder why to this date he is still participating in various threads.
          I saw it as a call to humility and I apologized. I voluntarily signed off from Abrenian.com for a period of time. The offended party accepted my apology graciously. But did that stop several others from heaping insults and scorn? No. It went on for an indeterminate amount of time. One was even hallucinating claiming, “Nagparamdam si Pedro Abreno sa thread na ito”, seeing a ghost where there was none. Palileng, did you see me post anything in return? No, I took it all in stride.
          My mother was the greatest influence of my life. From her I learned the difference between right and wrong. From her, I learned not to be ashamed of committing mistakes for by some of these are we truly made wiser. None of us is perfect. I am not. But pray tell me Palileng, have any of our government officials ever apologized for the miserable lives our people are condemned to live, for the victims of blood-thirsty savages in barongs, for all the mess our people find themselves in? That, Palileng to my mind is truly shameful. To make oneself appear to be blameless can only be the work of a hypocrite and a spineless person.
          I know Palileng that you have to earn your keep by sucking up to the powers that be. But has it ever occurred to you that scores of our people are enslaved by corruption? There are none so blind as those who refuse to see. You attack people who criticize our corrupt officials but you see nothing wrong with all the greed and violence around you.
          Palileng, your tiresome refrain is “prove it, show me your evidence, bring it to the proper forum”. Not all things that cannot be proven are false and you know that. Be that as it may, I will oblige by giving you a few examples.
          1. A government official offers the use of government vehicles with red plates to balikbayans and gives them a gas slip to boot. That gas slip will cost the government over 2,000 pesos. This was repeated over and over again – multiple cases of malversation of public funds. There is a saying that a person who cannot be trusted in small things cannot be trusted in big things. Can I prove it? Hell, no. My balikbayan relatives who have clearly shed their scruples about wrongdoing will not corroborate my allegation because of their friendship with the government official. But that is the unvarnished truth and I have personal knowledge about it.
          2. A corrupt fiscal at the Hall of Justice sent me a note written on a scrap of paper asking me for some material thing. I did not give and he dismissed the case I filed. I brought it to the DOJ who reversed the decision of the corrupt fiscal. What that fiscal did was contrary to law. Can I prove it? Again, no. His messenger will never corroborate my allegation lest he lose his job. Again, that is an unvarnished truth and I have personal knowledge of it.
          3.In the early 1990s, the son of then DPWH-Cordillera Regional Director Pleyto got off the hook in a rape case in exchange for a riprap project near the tunnel at Tangadan. That project was implemented by a former mayor who was soundly thrashed in the May elections. The money collected from DPWH-Cordillera was placed in a carton and deposited at the then PCIB at the corner of McKinley and Santiago Sts. Can I prove it? Again, no. The former mayor will not corroborate my allegation because he profitted handsomely from it. This is again, an unvarnished truth and I have personal knowledge about it. I even confided this to a priest in Bangued when I went to confession.
          What particular message can be gleaned from these? Some crooks as smarter than the others.
          You say “bring it to the proper forum”. Your idea of a proper forum are the courts where hoodlums in robes hold sway, where Lady Justice is not blindfolded.There can be no better indictment of the justice system in Abra than the refusal of NBI Cordillera to file the murder cases against the Bernos father and son tandem in our courts. It certainly speaks volumes about the rot that has eaten the justice system in our benighted province.
          Palileng, be careful what you wish for. Your principals may not be so lucky next time. God works in wondrous ways.

          Posted by PEDRO ABRENO | November 19, 2013, 7:08 pm
        • Palileng, gma abalos mike aroyo enrile estrada revilla and napoles are being acused of corruption and u know what they are all saying to the public. Show me the evidence sue me in court. Parepareho kau ng sagot when ur bos is being acused?

          Posted by eric shawn | November 19, 2013, 8:04 pm
        • nakakat katawa dagitoy …makunak itan nga agin sisirib kayla gayam ..sinodta nga korte toy lobong ti awan ebidensiana nga naka black and white nga dokomento no maypan mo ti korte….saan kay koma nga agi compera senador etc etc ..deretswem ta dila ta saan nga agpaparis ti sitwasyon tongal akosasyon..iso nga ni palileng saan na nga mamati ta awan met maypakita yo nga Black and white a papel nga ebidensia no diket ngaw ngaw ken karasakas… .iyor uray mi toy abra nga may sobmitar you dagitoy nga akosasyon tapno maypan tay konayo nga proper forum wenno ti korte.nalaka ti agitodo ngem salodsodem met a ta bagi kakabsat no adda naananay nga ebidensia ta dida tay ket bueltaan

          Posted by TEKKA | November 21, 2013, 9:39 am
        • This is nt a court wherein we have to present evidence either testimonial and documentary, this is a social media and i wld like to share that civil society, ngos and indvidual like me used sm or was formed part in the abolition of pdaf. Hope ths site abrenian politicians who are corupt like ur bos wl meet the fate of gma erap corona napoles and soon to be jailed enrile revila and estrada.

          Posted by eric shawn | November 21, 2013, 3:56 pm
        • Do Takit supposedly say to you guys that he is a thief…prove it with proper documentation that my boss is a thief…my boss deserve an apology from you guys …he is innocent until proven guilty…assuming is so bad…please dont talk to much ..do it if you have the guts not by talking..or else you just digging your own grave.. GROWN UP PEOPLE…

          Posted by Observer | November 22, 2013, 2:20 am
  13. napintas unay a kapanunutan daytoy nga saan nga ituloy daguitoy agtuturay tayo a mapan VEGAS wenno ABROAD ta ti gastuen da ket itulong da laengen kadaguitay KAKAASI a naapektaran ti bagyo.ta no datay to kas pagarigan ti agkasapulan,malaguip datayonto met a tulongan. LOVE begets LOVE, ngem ADDA kadi ASI a MAURAY TAYO nga agubbog iti PUSO daguitoy nga POLITICO?

    Posted by KARASAKAS | November 18, 2013, 8:15 pm
    • Agam-amangaw kayon sa met wenno batibat ti immatakar kanyayon? Kaano pay nga nagka-adda ti sentido komom dagitoy nga politiko ti probinsiya tayo nga Abra? Nabayag nga naplano daytoy nga inniliw kunada a, kas met panagplanoda iti kurakotenda nga kuarta, saan nga mabalin nga ma-ipostpone.

      Posted by Giron | November 19, 2013, 9:41 am
  14. naimas gyem ti aggastos iti pirak nga haan mo nagbannogan. ket narigat mo nga ibbataan no haan nga mapan iti pagragsakan iti bagi. the religious groups, civic minded groups,individuals with kind heart, kids with really kind hearts, even the greedy corporations like coca-cola are doing their share in helping the typhoon victims (they’ve cancelled their ads and instead give the money to the typhoon victims)… how about the millionaire abra poiticians what have they done to help the needy?.. AWAN SA MET?!! a mask can hide a face but it will never change the person behind it! what would you expect from a thief? will he share his loot to others?.. robin hood does it ngem sa pelikula lang hindi sa totoong buhay. 😉 most if not all of our politicians are professional looters ket ania ngaruden ngay iti expectaren tayo eh di awan! ta pulos iti panangisakit da iti sabali! iti ammo da laeng ket ti bagbagida. agin aapo dios da pati lugan da adda pay Apo Jesus na. Por Dios por santo di da la mabain.. ngem ania ngay ngarud ket imbotos yo met isuda! impatugaw yo met isuda ah ket anusan yo ah no ania ti kinatao da!!!

    Posted by manna.lon | November 20, 2013, 7:38 am
    • Kapilitan nga ibutos isuda agsipud ta awan met sabali nga pagpilian. Maikadua, gapu iti rigat ti biag kapilitan nga ilakom ta botos mo total ilakom ken saan takawen danto met laeng tay para kaniam. Ti ammok la nga solution na daytoy ket masapul nga maleppedan dagiti thief politicians and their friends/relatives nga agkandidato tapno dagiti nadalus (siguro) nga kumandidato maikkan ida iti gundaway. Ngem iti problema saan met nga kaya nga lappedan ida ti agadama nga tabas iti judicial system tayo such as the: criminal court/Ombudsman/Sandigan BAyan/Supreme Court, ta ti kaya da ket dua laeng nga dadakkel nga palileng. No koma kas kenni Duterte ti Davao ti katatao da dakkel ti namnama. Tatta madi kano kayat ni Duterte ti kumandidato nga Presidente wenno awan sa met ti Abrenian a kas kaniana nga kumandidato ti pag-kamayor, Gob wenno Congressman, sinno ngarud pay ti ibutos tayo no di met laeng dagitoy agtatakaw agsipud ta awan la ammok nga namnama ni nasingpet nga kandidato ta kapilitan manen nga ni gumatang ken agpabuteng iti pangilakuan da iti botos da.

      No koma kaya nga dalusan ni Roxas dagitoy (by all means) ala dakkel ti namnama nga dagiti laeng nasi-singpet ti maibotos ken layusan na pay ngata no isuna ti agkandidato nga Presidente ta saan aya nga daytoy (eradication of corruption and getting rid of corrupt politicians) iti nabayagen nga ur-urayen tayo?
      Isun sa pay ketdin iti gapu ti pakapar-parigat tayo iti agsasaruno nga kalamidad nga kas warning kadagitoy tapno agbalbaliw da koma metten.

      Think….think….why only the Philippines is suffering these kind of disasters when in fact we’re the only Christian country in the whole Asia? It is because we have the most number of government thief officials? Saan ngata nga dusan dagitoy gapu iti kina-ipokrito tayo nga mang-uusar ken Apo Dios?

      Apo Roxas and Aquino, the better than ground Zero future of the Abrenians and the country as a whole will only depend only on how you prevent these thief politicians from running to any elective government post. If you fail to annihilate these pests before the national election, the impoverished many will eat again their tears because of continuous hunger and vomit with blood of anger that the wrath of nature may still bring. Please do something now….before it’ll be too late again…….for I’m confident that our Creator had sent you like Moises of the Jews to free us also from the bondage of slave-poverty and ire of nature.
      May God bless your hearts…..

      Posted by hi-way.54 | November 20, 2013, 6:03 pm
      • removal of the Pork Barrel is a start kabsat. Hallelujah! the Supreme Court declared it unconstitutional. One of the reason why these politician thieves are everywhere is because of the lure of so much money coming from the country Chief Executive. Who started this Pork Barrel? haan aya nga naggapo iti presidente? to consolidate his power. idi bassitak ammok nga awan pay sweldo dagiti barrio chiefs, nganngani awan sweldo iti mayor ket makitam nga dagiti laeng sipupudno nga agserbi iti agkandidato. but now because people know that there is big money from being a politician ah ket aminen kayat nan iti agbalin nga local, provincial, wenno national official. 😉 adu kuarta ngarud. so when these greedy people succeed in putting themselves in a position all hell break loose. awanen iti husto nga panagserbi iti pada na nga tao but rather it becomes personal enrichment!! Can Aquino or Roxas as you said, get rid of these system? I have a big doubt on that. These people are millionaires and they didnot even work for it. natawid da. Those who came from the bottom and worked their way up isu da iti makaammo ken makaawat iti kinarigat. these are the people who have honest compassion. Their heart is for the Good. Ket diak ammo no adda limsot nga official ita nga kasta iti kinatao na 😦 anyway HOPE is the word. we continue to hope for the best, hope that the system will change for the better, hope that somehow in the near future ket adda agtugaw nga iti puso na ket adda kadagiti pagsayaatan iti kaaduan nga haan nga mappan agpabaknang no di ket itrabaho na iti pagsaayaatan iti umili.. we continue to pray….

        Posted by manna.lon | November 20, 2013, 11:55 pm
        • Kabagis nga Mannalon, saan nga mabalin nga i-base ti panaggapu ti rigat ni politiko tapno maibaga nga mas pagtalkan daytoy nga mangidaulo kadatayo. Kitaem dagita nadumaduma ken dadduma nga kakapitanes ken mamayores, saan kadi nga naggapu dagitoy iti rigat?

          Tallo laeng iti ammok nga pangrukodan iti kinasiasino tayo. Umuna, padasem nga utangan wenno adda kadi isuna nga sidadaan no adda makasapul iti uray ania man nga tulong, kabagyan na man ken saan, gayyem na wenno kabusor na, ken am-ammo na wenno saan dayta nga tao nga rebbeng na koma nga tulongan? Maikadua, slow to anger ba isuna wenno nalaka nga agunget, awanan iti forgiving heart especially to his loved ones and to those who are just a piece of shit to him? Ken maikatlo, adda kadi tured na nga agsarita wenno mangilaban ti rights ti uray siasino man, pang-publiko or for private individual nga awan kasukat na nga supapak, wenno bagbagina laeng iti am-ammona nga ilaban wenno ikalintegan ti paglaingan na? Adda pay laeng iti masapulan kadaytoy manipud kadagiti nasanay man iti rigat wenno nam-ay nga kaadduan na makitam isuda da kadagiti naduma-duma nga grupo iti nadumaduma nga Religion and civic action organizations.

          Ngem kasano ngarud nga makumbinse isuda nga agkandidato ket majority of our voters still need money from any source, regardless? Maybe, it’s only just 5% of us who will be able to use our vote wisely and these thief politicians know this fact. But, if our philanthropist were able to bankroll the rightful candidates in outbidding these thieves maybe we got a chance, but where the hell they are? Do we have some in our Country? Or, if maybe, Madam O could research the whereabouts of philanthropists that currently supporting different community projects in their Country and solicit their assistance, maybe we got a chance in outbidding these corrupts. I think they are allowed to contribute their money for political campaign purposes in and outside of their country. Otherwise, our only hope is to just keep on hoping until that hope miracously materialized out of nowhere……….

          Posted by concerned tingguian | November 21, 2013, 5:38 pm
        • Pagayam Manna.lon, your ideas represents the outlooks and aspirations of other bloggers here in a.com. We see the other side of the coin so to speak. Proactive is a welcome mindset as an important catalyst for change. We already have a premonition that corruption in the government will soon be exposed completely that begins on the fork barrel scam that resulted with a massive rally against it. It was a big surprise to many when finally, the Supreme Court ordered it as unconstitutional, hence it should be abolish at once. There are lots more to come. For the mean time let us look upon our self, can we truly mean change? If so let us start within the self. As the scriptures said, the Kingdom of Heaven starts within you.

          Posted by naeling | November 22, 2013, 6:37 pm
        • Inikkat da ta Pork Barrel nga kunkuna da ngem taga Abra man met ti ag suffer ren. Soon no businessmen will ever dare to step on their feet to this place. They already set up a Tent or checkpoint somewhere in Sinalang to harass all delivery trucks that will come and will go outside the province. ABrenians awan latta! Pumanawak to man laengen ta innak ipatakder daytoy kakaisuna nga sari sari store ko diay nakaikamangak ta awan ti kastoy da idiay.

          Posted by Arman | December 1, 2013, 2:27 pm
  15. My parish are collecting donations for the typhoon victims. I was going to buy 200 boxes ( $485 ) of macadamia nuts for the Inniliw in Las Vegas ngem saanen ta madi danto met la appresiyaren. Baka ket di man uyawendan nga “sale” kanu isu nga I can afford to give. It was a posted comment ditoy abrenian.com by one of the alipores.
    I’ll just donate the money to the victims.

    Posted by comli2013 | November 21, 2013, 2:45 am
    • Good decision Madam Comli for it shows how big your heart is. Likewise, If I were you, I rather not attend that Inniliw because some of your real friends and relatives might not be able to socialize with you in the eyes of those who were not happy with your various comments in this dot com. Instead, just contact them and find a private palce in Vegas where you can get together. If you insist to socialize or “inniliw” with them in public, I am afraid you’ll be just ignored by your true friends/relatives because of their fearful concerns that these thief politicians will form negative or unfavorable impressions in their mind against them. Be careful Madam for there are still more individuals waiting for your compassionate deeds/actions.

      Posted by concerned tingguian | November 21, 2013, 4:34 pm
      • Scrap iniliw if the fund to be used comes frm govt oficials of abra just donate it to the needy.

        Posted by eric shawn | November 21, 2013, 8:33 pm
        • TEKKA, ikaw ang tunay na kakatwa dahil hindi ka makaintindi kahit na simpleng Ingles lamang. Who told you that we will bring cases of thievery and justice for sale to the judicicial courts where hoodlums in robes and fixcals are waiting to mangle these cases beyond recognition? We have been bringing these cases to the court of public opinion. You were just too busy lawyering for thieves in barongs and hoodlums in robes that you failed to notice. TEKKA, there is a final court where an honest and just judge presides. NOBODY CAN ESCAPE THE KARMIC LAW. Nakakatawa ka talaga, TEKKA. You are so dense. I will no longer waste time on people like you.

          Posted by PEDRO ABRENO | November 21, 2013, 10:10 pm
        • Inniliw attendees are mostly private citizens and it is funded by $100 per attendee .

          Posted by Me off | November 21, 2013, 10:46 pm
        • a ket uray pay sika ti Judge daytoyen a Peter Abra este Pedro Pendoko Abreno awan latta a ta pangabakem latta a ni Karma Karma Lolipop…kaasi pay ni Takit no sika koma tay Judge anya..bagketdin apo ta saan ka nga nag Gobernador ta diket nakarkaro nga awan pakakitaan kenkan..no diak mariro awan payla ta baro nga hospital no sika ti Gobernador

          Posted by ngekngek | November 22, 2013, 3:19 am
        • Hoy ngekngek saan mo nga pabainan ni PEDRO ABRENO ket managbaba in kitam ket kabangbangon na pay la ti panaka paba in na ….bassi bassit lang wenno medya medya laeng kabsat nga ngek ngek

          Posted by Fokyang | November 22, 2013, 3:24 am
    • Here we go again, blowing your horn again.Humilty is not your vocabulary.

      Posted by Me off | November 21, 2013, 10:38 pm
      • You just like a kid ME OFF…you are just jealous cause you are not invited or even if you are invited your are not going cause of your Max fried chicken or just because of PEDRO ABRENO with his new Karmatic law…dont be shy there is no karma karma law..it never exist its only in the brain of Peter Abra

        Posted by Observer | November 22, 2013, 3:07 am
        • Observer,my understanding is that every Abrenian is invited.I have attends the previous Inniliws in Vegas.

          Posted by Me off | November 22, 2013, 5:03 am
        • Pagayam Observer, Have you experienced getting a 10 peso bill from somebody intentionally or unintentionally and the next day you lost 100 pesos? That is what we called Karma.

          To understand it better, Karma in Sanskrit means deed or action. It includes actions that we do, not only through our body, but also through speech and mind. Karma is also referred to an echo of the past and is also said to create the future ( http://www.dadabhagwan.org/spiritual-media/spiritual-articles/definition-and-theory-of-karma?gclid=CMCruJfz-boCFWFS4god8hEApQ). Every action generates a force of energy that returns to us in like kind. The Scriptures has its own explanation of this, “Our actions, good or bad, have consequences. We reap the consequences of the deeds we have done” (Galatians 6:7). When we choose actions that bring happiness and success to others, the fruit of our karma is happiness and success. Science also explains and proves that in every action it beget a reaction (Cause and effect).

          Sometime, a robust business stands tall here in Bangued, later it closes down. Based on my research, the manager became immoral, having a multiple relationships; man and women alike. There the karma works in that particular case.

          All the things that are happening in our life, it might be good or bad are results of our past actions.

          Posted by naeling | November 22, 2013, 7:31 pm
        • hay nagrigat ket nga kasarsarita ti baklan aya kas kenka ME OFF KEN NAELING tila mapanpandagan tay dila yon ,panawan na kayon a ni baket yon no kasta tay tabtabasen tay dila yon hihihi

          Posted by Witiwit | November 23, 2013, 3:27 pm
        • Hay Witiwit,bakla kunam,panawan na kam asawa min??????????Tay in post ko ket para tay lastog,nga ibaga na sanga lubongan ti aramid nga ag donate. Na wrong placing la tay post ko hihihihihihi.Para ken observer, kayat ko mapan koma Vegas ngem naid met ti waltak. Kurang pay budget ko para ipapaskuak kadagiti BF ko ta baklaak met gayam, diak pay ammo nga baklaak ngem ammo ni Witiwit hihihihi LOL.

          Posted by Meoff | November 23, 2013, 10:49 pm
    • Must you tell the whole world? LASTOG.

      Posted by Me off | November 22, 2013, 4:56 am
    • manang. kannak man met donations uray diak nabagyo . . aggoryogor bulsak . . . naid pay walletko ta atay ginatangko diay woolmart ket di pay nagbayag narosros da-itnan ta namsek met ti poro calling cards ken identification cards. uray no one-dollar bill laeng ket awan . . . su no adda pannakabalinna uray no 569.99 ( rounded to 570) dollars laeng manang ta adda la met pocket moneyk . . di la mabain ni detoy kunam ngata . . . ket agutang pay ni pakyaw siakto la ketdin. am not kidding, manang. It does not matter cheke man wenno cash . . . awatek.

      Posted by syoke | November 29, 2013, 3:54 pm
  16. Brother P Abreniio, ‘ never allow negative things/ comments to spoil the good things that God blessed you’; let’s focuss on our fight to wake up these hypocrits and self centered leaders. Time is gold; the leaders of these families are now in their twilights. Let us help them in our modest way to listen to the crying call of our fellow Abrenians for change. Soon they will face and receive the their final judgement which money have no more power. God said ” What you have done to others, you have done to Me”. While everybody is a siinner, and the wages of sin is death, we have hope to escape the eternal hell. In Ezekiel 18: 31-32, The Lord said “Rid all sins committed, have a new heart and spirit. It is not My pleasure to see anyone to be destroyed. Repent, confess, have a new heart and live”

    Posted by TAGAMASID | November 22, 2013, 9:23 am
    • hay komarkaro tay bagtit dan nagpadi kala koman tagamasid perdi pay met gayam ti utek mon halla Join the party of the Xray boys nagpigsa tay ketit yo idtoyen

      Posted by Likelike | November 22, 2013, 12:53 pm
      • A good leader can be seen by the quality of his followers. They have brought the fight to the gutter where they feel they have the advantage. I will not stoop to their level.

        Posted by PEDRO ABRENO | November 22, 2013, 4:06 pm
        • Apay “trash talks” met laengen iti pagal-ala dagitoy blind followers dagitoy alleged thief politicians tayon?. Awan la mabalin ditan nga more professional kas ken ni Ringnoster ti tikada na/da ta adda met ganas mi nga agbasa? Adda kami laeng iti pagtingting-ngaan apo or foreign observer kami ngem naganganas koma ti panagdengngeg/panagbasa no tumapog met dagitay well-learned/educated nga mang-depensa kadagitoy politicians tayo nga object of this social media persecution.

          Posted by abrenian/foreign observer | November 22, 2013, 4:48 pm
        • Yes, to entertain or confront people witht these “garbage comments” is like ‘ throwing jewels to the pigs’ .One could just see through, what kind of leaders we have in Abra with these kind of people around them. They refuse to understand what is right and what is wrong; they interchanged Light to darkness, and vice versa. My God, have mercy.

          Posted by TAGAMASID | November 23, 2013, 7:27 am
  17. Tekka, Ngekngek, Fokyang, likelike – makapaellek nga makapasangit ka iti kinadyamontis mo nga ubing. Ay wen aya piman ka met ballong ta deta buteg mo nakkong, ket utek mo met nga nalunagen! Dyaske ketdi met ta awan pay met Special Services para kadagiti malugluganan iti ansisit ken di katatawan dita APH. Bagam ken inang mo nakkong ta ipannaka padigos ken palualoan dita karayan ta talaga nga pagay-ayamandaka dagiti maligno. La inkan ket punasem ti rutrot ta buteg ken katay mo ta di tumuyutoy nga pakaikaglisam.

    Posted by Samsamping | November 22, 2013, 5:14 pm
  18. Whether these politicians accept it or not, these money that they are spending comes from the people of Abra. Probably the reason why all goods that enter Abra are being taxed by the mayor of Bangued. Yeah, goods for business or personal . . . and that includes your balikbayan boxes which is charged at a hefty rate of 1500 pesos per box. You may way bill it but it will be the same, chargeable. The Sinalang check point lays golden eggs. You elected the mayor, so bear with it.

    Posted by justlooking | November 23, 2013, 5:06 am
    • JUSTLOOKING, I did not vote in the local elections. I confined my vote to the senatorial race. Yesterday, employees were frantically changing the price tags of commodities at the NCT grocery. This is an omen of things to come for our long-suffering people. When will this madness end? What is the DILG and the DTI doing about this? Are we being fed to the wolves again?

      Posted by PEDRO ABRENO | November 23, 2013, 5:01 pm
  19. Hai apo. Awat kau nga awat ti kwarta. Sa nagadu nga sao yo? Naala kau gamin ti silap ti kwarta ken buteng. Saan dakau met binantayan di nagbotos kayo. Apai ta inbotos u latta ida? Tatta nagado nga reklamo u? You play their game., so deal with it. Haan nga jai pannakaikkat ti pork barrel ti solusyon na ti corruption apo. Ta ti politiko. Maibirukan ken maibirukan na latta ti remedyo dayta. Isu haan yo latta isuda dildillawenen ta ammo tayo amin ti aramid dan. Baka isu pai papatay tayo.hehehehehe. ken dakau met nga intero nga mangdepdependar dgta amo yo. Ammo ti amin ti aramid dan. Saan tau kuma isuda dalusanen. No nalaing da kanyayo. Kanyayo lang. Saan nga amin. Isu adda latta mangdillaw. Saysayangen yo lang ti oras yo nga agngawngawngaw. Saan tau kasapulan ti pruweban ta adda mata tayo. Kanayon tayo rumrumwar. Makita tayo ti usto na.

    Posted by itnegnak | November 23, 2013, 11:03 am
    • I’m sorry ITNEGNAK, but I never sold my soul to the devils. If you review my posts before the elections, I was advocating for a pass because there were no deserving candidates. I will not lend any kind of legitimacy to lesser evils because they are evil just the same. I hoped the voter turnout would be low so it may provide an unmistakeable sign that voters have gained maturity. Unfortunately, the misery and poverty of our people made them succumb to the lure of money. I cannot blame them. Be that as it may, I believe we are within our rights to demand honest and competent governance, nothing less. If our fight for honest and competent governance will the be the stick they would use to beat us with, so be it.

      Posted by PEDRO ABRENO | November 23, 2013, 4:14 pm
  20. Karma only exist for the people who have too much JEALOUSY..like Pedro Abreno ; Syoke and their leader Eric Shawn

    Posted by Kamangeg | November 23, 2013, 3:19 pm
    • Am eric shawn, the most lovable in mens magazine. im not jealous but am acting with intense contempt at politicians who are perceived to be corrupt. Dnt be understimate our public anger at the extent of plunder. If ur crooks boss hope that this melee will die down. It is nt going to happen . Social media will nail you down and eric my katokayo wl be my social media hero.

      Posted by eric shawn | November 23, 2013, 11:26 pm
      • Anya koma ngarud ti inkay maaramidan Erick Shawn……

        Posted by Bruno | November 25, 2013, 3:13 am
        • Just wait and be ready to a gas chamber

          Posted by eric shawn | November 25, 2013, 4:40 am
        • Basta adda kuartam ditoy pinas awan pay nadamag ko nga nagbayag toy pagbalodan dagitay la padak Eric Shawn ti nabalod nga awan kuarta na ni napoles awan la ti ammok nga mabalod ti mabayag ta agpaparis da met amin a mananakaw karkaro itan ngem idi tiempo ni apo Marcos ket anya ngarud kinaykayat tay met ni Cory idi kanayunla nga agpaysu nga maudi toy babawi

          Posted by Sioktong | November 26, 2013, 3:37 pm
      • pay aya nga no maabak dagitoy alipores ni Eric Shawn ket kanayun da nga blokan toy ip adress ni motit hehehe a cat and a mose game too here in A.com nice to know however you block and i will unlock

        Posted by calypso | November 26, 2013, 5:17 pm
        • Please block my ip address too..thanks in advance

          Posted by Hacker 24 | November 27, 2013, 1:15 pm
        • Dnt loose ur hope sioktong soon to be jailed for graft will be takit and jendrix both of them have pending graft cases at the ombudsmam just pray that the duo wl be jailed in the same cell in taguig

          Posted by eric shawn | November 30, 2013, 6:42 am
  21. Adu ti makitak nga posters ditoy Abrenian nga full-time posting ti kukueenda. Kas ken abrenio. baka washroom break la ti ipapanawda diay sango monitor pyoterda, yos. baka agususar payen ti dayapers ti mesa ta 24 hours sa met without break ti sango pyoterna. Ni la eric shawn ken naeling ti madlawko nga ad-adu washroom breaksda ngem sango pyotersda .hek hek hek hek . . meli klisma en appi niyo yer to ol! he he he

    Posted by syoke | November 29, 2013, 4:52 am
    • Are you talking to yourself again? he..he..joke lang…

      Posted by kalapati | November 29, 2013, 8:57 am
    • Am eric shawn the three branches of our govt whch are the executive-president, the legislative-hs and sp and the judiciary- chf justice had collogially accepted the aspiration of netizen against graft practices . It was started tru social media and it was an efective tools in bringing out mesages to the civil society . Thats y i temporaliy escape my armed strugle and shfted it to cyberwar

      Posted by eric shawn | November 29, 2013, 7:53 pm
  22. ops, diaken agpakatawa, yos . . . pinagevaporate ni ser sysop diay naudi nga postko . . sorry, ser. i

    Posted by syoke | November 29, 2013, 3:36 pm
  23. No “Awaiting moderation” ka gyem, sukatam lang ta insurat mo nga offensive terms. It’s the system bro!!!

    Posted by naeling | November 29, 2013, 3:51 pm
  24. ayay, gyem naeling. . . addaka gayam ditoy nga agobobservar, yos . . . . . musta, bro . . . bayag nga awanak ta napanak nagbanniit diay lake Tahoe . . . . su nga agrorotap man nak patpatangem dtioyen . . he he he. diak man ammo nga nayfeatrure ni gyem eric shawn diay men’s magazine . . . most lovable man in abra gayam suna . . . baka met koppit diay six-packsna . . . he he hehe joke langmet kas kuna ni kalapati.

    Posted by syoke | November 29, 2013, 3:59 pm
  25. Ne….. dika met ag-breakin gayyem? Agur-uray ka no adda ag-react kadaytoy humurous phrases mo ania? Well, anusanakon a ta ta busy da nga agbili-bilang pay laeng iti inabak da ken pac. Bareng a no saan nga nalabaan/linukmon dagidiay makina/bakarat/blackjack/sabungan?
    Ala kaadduem ngarud dagita pakpakatawam bareng no agsardeng/ma-relax bassit dagitoy agsi-sinnoron ditoy.

    Posted by kalapati | November 29, 2013, 4:32 pm
  26. panak nagtugaw trono ta diyo met kuna nga diak agwashroom break . . nakaturogak metten a nakatugaw ta inyalak ti 2 fingers sakbay nga innak nangaldaw. Tahong? ne apay ammom a tahong ti nabanniitak, kalapati? Tahong bangkag, gyem ti dimmawi . . . nagdakkel bagasna! he he he. apay ni bartekbattikoleng nga gyemtayo awan met mabasak nga postnan? neysus . . . hi hi hi hi he he hehehe hekhekhek . . nakaottotak sikayo. broccoli ngamin sindak a naylaok pansit.

    Posted by syoke | November 29, 2013, 8:00 pm
    • HA….HA..HA….HA….napaisem mo manen ni Madam O gayyem….!!!!!….. naimbag lang a no dida kuskusilapan ti likudan na diay Inniliw? Bartek tuleng umaykan ta paisemem met ni Madam O ta adu manen ti maibaga na nga paglidayan dagiti dadduma nga magasangan iti kinapudno.

      Posted by kalapati | November 30, 2013, 9:21 am
  27. Kalapati & Syoke….napuskol la unay rupakon no napanak diay Inniliw. Diak kayat nga maperdi ti pangiinniliw da dagidiay
    pro corruption. Uray ket maudi kano met nga Inniliw dan, I want them all to enjoy. I did not want to spoil their good times. Bay-am ta agplano kami ti sabali bareng no makaumay kay amin ditoy nanuo nga ilik…..Maui, Hawaii. Awan ti Casino ditoy ngem mabalin ti Tong-its diay bay-bay nga pagkakak-anan. Libre ti makan no sikami nga taga Maui ti agsangaili dayta la maipangas mi.

    Posted by comli2013 | November 30, 2013, 3:10 pm
    • wow – – – mayakto manang no makaurnongak bassit nga kantidad ta narigat met ti umay dita nga awan la ti nagyan toy bulsakon. I am not kidding this time. diak pay nakapasyar dita Hawaii . . . kayatko nga buyaen met daguitay pearly shell ladies nga agkembotkembopt ti obetda nga agsala . . . ama, deta ti weaknessko. . . he he hehe. wen, manang, dikan mapan diay inniliw ta diay la met pinnasikat ti adunto iddiay. di ket taga=lagangilang ka idi? adu to gagayyemko iddiay. daguitay dukinal, perdon, ballacillo et al

      Posted by syoke | November 30, 2013, 4:17 pm
      • Kalapati, es paloma su nombre?! Porque? guiere usted paloma o tiene paloma grande? Vamos a hablar para aprender espanol. Espanol es bonito y interesante. . vamos a hablar y aprender el lenguaje especialmente es nuestro lenguaje segundo tambien semajente ingles. Se senora Carmelita omli y senor abreno hablan el lenguaje. Buena suerte en el fin the semana, amigos y ladrones politicos de Abra . . . . hi hi hi

        Posted by syoke | December 1, 2013, 9:20 am
        • Binati ka laeng ni Madam O espanggol met ti pagtirtiramon gayyem, wenno diay sindam nga tahong? No apan ka diay Hawaii agbalon ka ti bikinim ta apan ka maki-din-nisplay wenno maki-kinni-kinni diay igid ti baybay ngem saan ka nga agpaludip kadagidiay mulata amangan no agbunga ta matam ta dina kanto ket i-divorse ni baket mo. Umay kayonto amin kuna met ni Madam O ngem nag-ngina met ti hotel? Thank you laengen a Madam. Ngem uray no kasta agawid ka koman ta agkaddua kayonto ken ni Dr. Neil Banez bareng no manuken nakayon to ni Pres. Aquino ta saan yon ton probleman ti political campaign fund ken military protection. Dakayon sa la ti ur-urayen ti majority Abrenians nga mangbalbaliw ti pakasaritaan ti probinsiya tayo agsipud ta napudno sa met ti panagbuteng yo ken Apo Diyos nga saan nga mangtungpal ti pagayatan na? Adda koma naasideg ken Apo Aquino nga mangiya-rasaas kadagitoy tapno mapodnuanen dagiti ibagbaga da nga adda pay laeng namnama. Yes Sir President, we need new political faces to redefine the history of our poor beloved province. If you disappoint us, you would be the first and last to renounce the undying love of your father to his Country. Remember when he screamed to the whole world his lasting parting words that the “Filipinos are worth dying for”?. Please don’t forget that we Abrenians are Filipinos too.

          Posted by kalapati | December 1, 2013, 9:05 pm
        • @SYOKE…..we need to laugh sometimes! quieres tus “pakpakatawa”…
          @KALAPATI….muchas gracias en tu confianzas por mi y por senyor Neil. Gracie!!!

          Posted by comli2013 | December 2, 2013, 1:06 am
        • No problemo senyora Carmelita Tagorda y Omli! El pallo del hues es epenable..Ne..jai-alai sa met daytoyen? Anyway, if you and Sir Neil are destined to reform our sad fate in life in the province, so be it. But if not, it goes to show that we don’t deserve it yet because perhaps some of us are still not trusting God for His immense power to do the impossible beyond human comprehension. In other words, we still need to straighten our faith by constantly hearing His Word and embrace or act on it wholeheartedly. For faith without deed is useless of which the next generation will bound to suffer again like we did.

          Posted by kalapati | December 3, 2013, 7:57 pm
  28. nangina magatang bangueden

    Posted by taga bantay | December 2, 2013, 5:06 am
  29. Rimat Pidigan, agrimatrimat dagiti bitwenen nu kabilen daka

    Posted by taga bantay | December 2, 2013, 5:09 am
  30. Blind item, Pidigan, Bangued, Lapaz,,,O tukso

    Posted by taga bantay | December 2, 2013, 5:09 am
    • Tinestingko laeng ni manang mely no ammona espanyol met ket nalaing gayam . . . . he he he. o sige . . . sardentayon ti espanyol ta baka I-bannak ni ser sysop. Lo siento senor sysop . . .espanyol no mas!

      Posted by syoke | December 2, 2013, 11:52 am
  31. very well said apo Pedro abrenio. I salute you for having the guts to have had to say sorry even when deep inside you, you knew you were right. The drum-beaters of the corrupt politicians in abra are thriving and really earning their keeps.Even here in a.com they thrive. They defend their masters like pitbulls. This is social media and we need not show proof of corruption. We don’t have to show papers or documents to prove that indeed there is corruption in abra. why not just look around you in abra. look at the road to tayum, for the nth time, they keep on excavating and replacing things up, but is there any politician who dared to see or investigate why is that happening, NOINE! Even a grade school child know that something wrong if he or she sees these things, but our politicians and their drum-beaters see nothing wrong.When you’re in power everybody sucks up to your ass. But few men keep their ground to moderate but are attacked by the bulldogs of the corrupt. i have kept distance from making comments here in a.com because I’m tired of seeing the reasons of these drum-beaters, if they have any reason at all. all they ask for are black and white. as apo pedro abrenio reiterated, nobody would dare collaborate because they are either afraid or they are in cahoots with the corrupt people.
    as for the las vegas trip of our fellow abrenios, i see nothing wrong with them attending for as long as they use their own money and not from the coffers of government.for as long as their expenses did not come from our taxes we don’t have any right to impose upon them.
    have you seen excerpts of the travel of the officials of bangued to macau and beijing china. Thiese was proudly posted by one of the new head of office of one of the local positions in bangued on facebook. The trip was made during the fight of pacquiao in macau. The barangay capt of zone 5 was there, the oic-municipal treasurer, the ME, the new mun registrar, one former mayor of bangued, consultant of bangued who lost in the may elections but seats as head of the accounting dept of bangued and many others. This we should ask, was this official or did they use their personal money to travel? This is now for the drum-beaters to defend.
    decency should be shown by our leaders, we clothed them with power and they should show us the respect we deserve.
    keep the fire burning apo pedro abrenio, eric shawn, tagamasid and other enlightened bloggers in a.com.

    Posted by mario bang | December 7, 2013, 1:41 am
    • @MARIO BANG: Good if you see nothing wrong with their trip to Vegas as long as they spend their own money, doubtful. The governor left during the celebrations of the Abra Week for Peace. Its like the parents leaving their children to celebrate and party on their own family affair while the parents go and attend somebody else party. Nice father of the province indeed. The way I see it these provincial leaders do not really care for the people, just their own personal and financial interests.

      Posted by JUSTLOOKING | December 8, 2013, 10:25 am
    • Mario bang im flatered that u include me in the level of tagamasid and pedro who are known to be articulate in english ako bad grammar but im learning a lot

      Posted by eric shawn | December 9, 2013, 5:32 am
      • eric, i am not very particular of who has the good English or the high un understable english posts. all i see is the substance of the post. you will notice the drum-beaters from the people who really care for abra. sometimes i dis agree with your points but i see a good person in you, just like pedro , tagamasid and many others. we are all using pseudo names because we are afraid of the powers that are, but we are the powers that would be1 WE WILL EVENTUALLY CHANGE ABRA, AND IT IS BEGINNING!

        Posted by mario bang | December 10, 2013, 4:17 am
    • Thank you for your kind words, Mario. What we have been doing all the time was nothing personal. We try as best as we can to speak for those who have lost their voices, for those who are petrified by fear. If we persevere we will all see a new dawn.

      Posted by PEDRO ABRENO | December 11, 2013, 4:56 pm
  32. Parparigaten u la bagbagi u kadagita ub ubraen politicians..bay an u idan ta uray anya paypatangen u awan maaramidan un. Adda da idiay Vegas ag en enjoy yen!!

    Posted by raffybarcena@yahoo.com | December 22, 2013, 5:58 am

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