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Oct 01st
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Tuesday, 18 August 2009 17:10
To Whom This May Concern: Please delete my name from this email thread! I respect all of you. But personally, this mud-slinging, if I may be permitted to term this as such, is like throwing our saliva up in the air and LETTING IT FALL DOWN ON OUR FACES! This is not something we can proudly present to our children as typical of Filipinos. Parang NAKAKAHIYA, hindi ba? We are all Filipinos and I say, if there are things that must be said, keep it at a civil level and let those involved in this, discuss and talk things over "intelligently" and "privately!" If we can't keep cool, let us not be a fool! I may be deadly wrong! But I don't think we need to drag a large segment of the Filipino community on this. Okay lamang kung fair investigative reporting. But kung personal na at may kahalo ng insulto, etc, (hindi na objective), parang mabigat ang dating sa mga tao! Additionally, I think that all of us are capable of objectively presenting the pros and cons of this without getting maliciously personal! When we say things that we may regret later on, who really gets hurt in the process? The Filipinos! Salamat. Ingat. Rolly A. Cailles

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