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Jun 29th
Filipinos and Filipino Americans Must Insult With Class Like the English PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Bobby Reyes   
Friday, 07 January 2011 19:05
Gentlemen, Gentlemen and Lady Lourdes: As I have been saying, if a gentleman has to hurl insults, he must act like the English esquires and lords, as per this article, “How to Insult with Class:” Lessons from the English URL: Sir Winston Churchill and Romeo P. Marquez so inspired me today that I wrote this insulting article, so as to spite the guys and gal that Mr. Marquez so despises: The Filipino-American “Neitherworld” URL: This article is dedicated to you, Mr. Marquez, and hopefully you can come up with another hit video (like the one I quoted in the new satire's lead paragraph) . . . LOL, Mabuhay, LOLo Sir Bobby M. Reyes, KCR Editor In a message dated 1/7/2011 1:33:29 P.M. Pacific Standard Time, jessejose writes: Dear Gerry, my dearest friend, Thank you so much for your thoughtful and well-written comments. Take care and regards to Tara. Jesse -----Original Message----- From: GERRY GARRISON To: Jesse Jose Cc: philvoicenews (snipped) Sent: Fri, Jan 7, 2011 12:22 pm Subject: Re: Kapeng Barako story: Did Jose Rizal "plagiarize" Alexandre Dumas' The Count of Monte Cristo Jesse, After reading so many responses to your story, the first few were honest responses to what you were asking. But for some reason, this got off track and slowly got away from the questions you proposed: (I quote so not to be accused of plagiarism) "But back to Rizal and Dumas. So, who copied who? Whose novel came out first? According to LOLO Bobby Reyes, Dumas lived from 1824 to 1895. Whereas Rizal was born on 1861, and as we all know, died by musketry and as a hero in the hands of the Spaniards on December 30, 1896 on charges of sedition and rebellion against Spain." You clearly defined plagiarism in your original email, but for some reason, many of the respondents ran out of intelligent responses to your story, and went off track as to the definition of plagiarism. Reminds of a certain politician who wanted to know asked: "That depends on what the definition of is, is." (once again I quote to prevent accusations of plagiarism). I was curious as to why so called "journalists", who clearly ran out of intelligent and thoughtful replies to your story, began to curse you and threaten you. I don't believe this is how intelligent, thoughtful, educated men, especially journalists, should respond when thoughtful, friendly responses are what good journalists should do. <>

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