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Aug 12th
JJ: I might be your long-lost cousin PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 12 December 2009 06:32
JJ: I might be your long-lost cousin (maski baliktad ang aking pangalan). But it does not matter whether we are related or not. What matters is your op-ed column. My friends and I like your way of expressing your opinion with massive doses of humor and satire. Although you can use more politically-correct phrases from time to time. RE: Sen. Noynoy Aquino. Can you please check the rumor going around that the high-school classmates of Benigno Aquino III at the Ateneo de Manila in Loyola Heights, Q.C., used to call him (Benigno) with a different nickname? We were told that his Ateneo classmates used to call him "Abnoy." The classmates combined apparently the Filipino colloquial word, "Abno" (short for Abnormal), and Noynoy. Please ask your readers if they too have heard of this nasty rumor. RE: Tiger Woods. Have you not noticed that all his 11 (and counting) lovers are all Caucasian women? And his wife is an Scandinavian beauty? Does Tiger hate Black women? You should write about Tiger's fondness for the white skin. Para siyang si Michael Jackson. Let's drink more Kapeng Barako, JJ. So, here's a toast of KB coffee to your continuing success as an op-ed writer, Ka Jose New York, New York
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