Comedians
HAVE BAT WILL STRIKE - Juanito V. Jabat   (The Freeman) - August 18, 2015 - 10:00am

American servicemen visiting Phl are advised to visit cultural and religious sites instead of bars. Did you know that many GIs love to visit bars to lift their spirits up.

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They say there's a shortage of hotel rooms to meet the need for housing guests and visitors during the APEC meet and later during the IEC. Pension houses can perhaps fill the need. But our kind of motels are no-no?

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The Weather Bureau is warning the public of the strong El Niño coming up. The earth will dry up and crack. There will be shouts of watah, watah!

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A special program where comedians and clowns received awards was held in Italy recently. Someone was heard saying: "Let us be grateful to people who make us happy, they are the charming gardens who make our souls blossom."

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There's a bill in the House that seeks to ban dumping of foreign garbage in the Philippines. A Fil-Am engineer said: "Do we have to pass a law to enable us to ban foreigners to save our precious land a dumping ground for foreign trash?"

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Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano has proposed the decentralization of government departments which are crowding in Metro Manila. It will be recalled that then President Gloria Arroyo tried this during her term but to no success. Some departments were transferred to the Visayas, others in Mindanao but some employees complained reasoning out that it would cost them big money to move their families to places outside the NCR where they have long established residence.

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The headline says: "Gov't urged to help farmers affected by El Niño." A street sweeper reading that headline in a newspaper hanging on a newsstand, stopped sweeping, shook his head and said: "Kinsa man diay ang motabang nila kun di ang gobiyerno.

nitzjab@yahoo.com

A FIL-AM ALAN PETER CAYETANO ALIGN ATILDE CENTER EL NI KINSA METRO MANILA PRESIDENT GLORIA ARROYO QUOT WEATHER BUREAU
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