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14 09 2010


Jueteng Payola
Archbishop Emeritus Oscar Cruz, an anti-illegal numbers game crusader revealed that two trusted officials of President Noynoy Aquino have been receiving at least 2 million pesos in monthly payola from jueteng operators. Cruz did not confirm rumors that one official belongs to the Balay Group while the other, to the Samar Group.

Interior Undersecretary Rico Puno admits receiving feelers from gambling operators asking how to operate jueteng under the Aquino administration. The negotiations failed though because Puno was “not trained to handle such situation.”

President Aquino has reportedly ordered Local Government Secretary Jesse Robredo to come up with a comprehensive plan to wipe out jueteng in the country. The plan is expected to be in place before Robredo is wiped out from the Cabinet.

Reports say jueteng emissaries have tried to approach Rico Puno. See?!? Even gambling operators know who the “real” DILG secretary is.

Puno’s Suggestions
Interviewed on ANC, Interior Undersecretary Rico Puno suggested three names for DILG: retired PNP Chief Jesus Versoza, defeated Manila mayoral candidate Avelino Razon, and Davao City’s Rodrigo Duterte. Puno is so close to the President, he’s not just a DILG undersecretary, he has also become the head of the palace search committee.

Hostage Fiasco and Tourism
The government says the August 23 hostage fiasco in Manila affected only 3 percent of local tourism… and 97 percent of President Aquino’s relationship with Sec. Jesse Robredo.

No Conspiracy
The IIRC panel that investigated the August 23 hostage crisis has ruled out the possibility that bus driver Alberto Lubang has conspired with hostage taker Rolando Mendoza. But the panel is not ruling out yet the alleged conspiracy between Lubang’s nail file and Mendoza’s handcuffs.

NPC vs. Ang See
The National Press Club criticized IIRC panel member Teresita Ang See for blaming RMN’s Michael Rogas and Erwin Tulfo during the clarificatory hearings on the recent hostage fiasco. The NPC was reportedly surprised when they heard Ang See’s outburst… although Ang See was more surprised when she heard that there’s still such a thing as NPC.


Truth Commission
Members of the Truth Commission have taken their oath before President Aquino. The commission is expected to finish its job in two years. Malacañang did not reveal each member’s salary rate but the President was heard telling them, “Remember: no truth, no commission.”

Government Wins vs. Marcoses
The government has won a 10 million-peso lawsuit against Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos. It was the government’s first win in 10 million cases against the Marcoses.
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“I used to be a heavy gambler. But now I just make mental bets. That’s how I lost my mind.”
~Steve Allen


Personal
To the mother of this baby who was found in a trash bin of a Gulf Air flight that landed in Manila on Sunday, I don’t wanna judge you this early but still… shame on you!


More Personal: I was there!
Congratulations to the winners of the 2010 UAAP-Samsung Cheerdance Competition. The top three teams were clearly in a different league this year. The final ranking:
Champion: UP Pep Squad – 440.9 points (Wohoo!)
1st Runner Up: FEU Cheering Squad – 421.4 points (My personal fave)
2nd Runner Up: UST Salinggawi Dance Troupe – 407.5 points (Thanks to the UP-friendly crowd)
Fourth: Ateneo Blue Babble Battalion (Not this time! Ha-ha)
Fifth: DLSU Animo Squad (The tumblin’ girl was awesome!)
Sixth: UE Pep Squad (It’s hard to perform 1st)
Seventh: NU Pep Squad (Henry Sy’s investment in motion)
Eight: Adamson Pep Squad (What happened guys?)

Special Award: Samsung Stunner, a member of the DLSU Animo Squad

Trivia: The UP Pep Squad has now won the cheerdance contest in both years (2007, 2010) the UP Fighting Maroons ended the UAAP basketball season without a single win.

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Elsewhere
Philippine Daily Inquirer (Daxim Lucas): The “missing” Communications Group head, and the Castilaloy businessman [Sobrang giveaway na blind items!]

Australian Brian Gorrell says controversial “Gucci Gang” member Delfin Justiniano Ocampo Montano II has been arrested in the US.

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57 responses

14 09 2010
ezekiel ortega

nice one PH, i really hate the baby’s effing mother, no soul at all.

14 09 2010
just some visitor...

You may also want to note that since the UAAP Cheerdance Competition started in 1994, the only year that UP didn’t make it in the Top 3 was…well, in 1994 :) (It was UST, dLSU and FEU, in that order). And 1997 too, since the contest was suspended that year. Since 1995, UP was either the champion or the runner-up, it wasn’t unseated from the Top 3. So, for me, them being in the Top 3 this year wasn’t a surprise, it was more of a question of what place will they have. Super bonus talaga kung sila yung magcha-champion this year (which they did, to the delight of everyone including the UP Maroons basketball team ;-)

Personally, I’d consider it a grave scandal if UP was ousted from the Top 3 :P (hehehehehe)

14 09 2010
kaye

agree! :-)

14 09 2010
Anonymous

agree

14 09 2010
chumpola

i hope her uterus does not go back to its pre-pregnant state..if she does not like her baby,pwd nman ipa-adopt..ang dmi dyan gusto mabuntis,lahat na ng possible na gamot,method at posisyon gnwa na,wla pdn..

btw,the article really is nice..

14 09 2010
miketest

We cannot judge the mother of the abandoned infant because she is not a book..hehee..stir lang..pero kung lilimiin natin kung ikaw ang nasa kalagayan nya ano gagawin mo?? pls..straight answer lang..

14 09 2010
phreddox

if you cant deal with the pressure, dont indulge in the pleasure.

wag pagbigyan ang libog kung ayaw mabulabog.

bow.

14 09 2010
miketest22

di natin sure kung l*b*g nga dahilan ng pagbubuntis nya, remember galing sa middle east yung babae, alam kong alam mo na maraming hindi sa l*b*g nabubuntis jan..

15 09 2010
danny

How about if she’s a DH here in Saudi and a victim of rape by her employer which got her pregnant, possible di ba? All I’m saying is we cannot condemn the person without really knowing the circumstances which forced her to commit the act however horrible it was. She might even be not in her right frame of mind when she did it.

14 09 2010
notchfilter

Go UP!!!

Re: blind items, razon and coloma?

14 09 2010
professionalheckler

taaaama!

15 09 2010
derdo

what are they being considered for? Usec positions or to take over Robredo’s position? Sorry for being so clueless but it’s so frustrating to read about political developments.

15 09 2010
professionalheckler

yes… he was asked about the possible replacement for secretary robredo. kawawa naman.

14 09 2010
hikatalomato

linteh!

mga ipokritong mga pari. kunwari kontra sila sa sugal. and totoo, kaliwa’t kanan ang tanggap nila ng pera mula sa mga gambling lord at drug lord.

perang ginagamit sa pagpapaayos ng simbahan
perang pambili ng magagarang sasakyan
perang pangtsiks ng mga barakong pari
perang pangboy ng mga bading na pari
perang pambusal sa mga minolestyang mga bata

14 09 2010
Eagle_Eye

“No Truth No Commission” lmao

you really got naughty thoughts PH

to the mother of that abandoned baby… don’t u realize na madami willing tanggapin yung anak mo kung ibinigay mo ng maayos? that thought will haunt you for life

14 09 2010
lynlyn

Kawawa naman si Baby.

Eight: Adamson Pep Squad (What happened guys?)
-naku ano nga bang nangyari sa pep squad ng AdU? they used to have decent routines.

UP’s performance was amazing.

14 09 2010
reviewer22

Trivia: The UP Pep Squad has now won the cheerdance contest in both years (2007, 2010) the UP Fighting Maroons ended the UAAP basketball season without a single win.

Tignan niyo the Men’s Basketball team brings the best out of the Pep Squad.

14 09 2010
deleted

hahaha

14 09 2010
daddy ni paris

Tuesday pa lang, prof, ah. Bakit “enjoy the rest of the week na”? Wala na bang kasunod for this week?

15 09 2010
derdo

I wondered about that too.

14 09 2010
kaye

Re Archbishop Cruz’ latest expose (if you can still call it an expose). I don’t know exactly what legal repercussions his exposes could have, but they don’t amount to anything kung puro blind item lang lagi. The Archbishop is just feeding the people’s penchant for chismis by doing this. Kung meron talagang gustong sabihin, sana daanin naman sa tamang paraan. kung sa korte, sa korte. hindi puro trial by publicity. it’s easy to accuse anybody, much less, government officials of anything because it’s also easier for people to believe that government officials are corrupt.

14 09 2010
JR Lopez Gonzales

Si lolo Cruz dapat pinangalanan niya para masaya. Ke aga-aga pa eh inuulan na ng kontrobersya ang mga opisyales ni Noynoy ah.

14 09 2010
waranabatokwa

natrauma na ako jan sa CDC.. my first time watching the CDC was in 2002 and I was a freshie back then.. dun ung natalo ung UP after 3 consecutive wins.. tapos they got the crown back in 2008.. a year after we graduated.. malas ata ung batch 2002 eh.. haha.. :D

14 09 2010
waranabatokwa

*i meant 2007.. haha.. :D

14 09 2010
professionalheckler

UP reclaimed the crown in 2007. then wagi ulit ng 2008. 2009 feu. balik-UP this year.

15 09 2010
just some visitor...

For trivia hunters: UP was the cheerdance champions in 1999, 2000, 2001, 2007, 2008 and this year (6 in all). Lamang ang USTe sa kanila ng 2 championships.

Here’s how UP fared through the years (and who won, in case they weren’t 1st place):
1994 (the 1st cheerdance competition) – no place (UST)
1995 – 3rd (UST)
1996 – 2nd (UST)
1997 – contest suspended
1998 – 3rd (FEU)
1999 – 1st
2000 – 1st
2001 – 1st
2002 – 3rd (UST)
2003 – 2nd (UST)
2004 – 2nd (UST)
2005 – 2nd (UST)
2006 – 3rd (UST)
2007 – 1st
2008 -1st
2009 – 3rd (FEU)
2010 – 1st

There you go :)

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UAAP_Cheerdance_Competition

14 09 2010
echosera ako!

I’m really sad, Ive had miscarriages and been spending a good amount of money just to bear a child. I don’t want to judge the mother of that super cute angel, but really I agree, Shame on You!

15 09 2010
Lola Nila

darling wag kc idaan sa back door..nasanay ka na kc kay ali baba and the 40 theives na idaan ito sa likod kya ndi ka mabuntis-buntis….

me, too i don’t want to judge the mother of that super cute angel…because i am not a judge!

same on her,too… ay shame ba?

14 09 2010
Lawrence_Patola

Reason for (or a rationalization, if you may) the 0-14 Win-Loss slate of the UP 2010 basketball team: UP has never been a basketball university, it has always been a football university.

Instead of varsity basketball, UP has strong tradition of…
– radical student activism
– fraternity rumbles
– sunken garden and beta way escapades
– long line of DQs.

At UP, you are not encouraged/prodded/supported to learn just like they do in Catholic or private schools. At UP, everyone tries to make you fail so that, if you don’t…then, you are good. But if you do, you can apply to be a basketball player. Wonder why it’s 0-14?

15 09 2010
hikatalomato

meron pa bang rambol sa up ngayon?
parang wala na yata.
balita ko, di na basagan ng mukha kundi papormahan nalang ang labanan ng mga frat ngayon.
since year 2000 kasi, 99.5% ng male upcat passers ay bading o di kaya metro sexual.

hay… sarap ng buhay pag may rambol.
habulan, suntukan, paluan ng bat.
sunugan ng tambayan.

16 09 2010
Noynoy

Takaw bugbog ka hikatalomato! Before 2000, ikaw lang ang bading sa upcat, ngayon marami na sila…

20 09 2010
hikatalomato

at isa ka na doon noynoy.

15 09 2010
skeptic

In fairness to UP…I was a graduate of both a Catholic school (grade school and high school) and a private university (college), but I don’t think I was encouraged/prodded/supported to learn either. So I think it’s more of a systemic problem in the country rather than being endemic only in UP.

But then again, about that 0-14 score…big deal. Hindi lang naman basketball ang laro sa UAAP ah. UAAP reportage is unfairly skewed towards basketball: what about the other sports? And more importantly, which UAAP member school won as the overall champion? Pustahan, in any given year, people will remember who won the UAAP basketball competition more than who won the UAAP overall championship.

15 09 2010
skeptic

Follow-up to my comment: this translates to one thing…

When it comes to sports, we Pinoys are too biased in favor of basketball. It’s a given that we’re deluding ourselves of getting a gold medal in the Olympics or even getting a slot in the FIBA championships and we’ve spent (wasted) too much taxpayer money hoping that our national basketball team would someday become the #1 team in the world…but given the already-unfair advantage the game has in favor of American and European teams (as well as some Asian teams as well), why do we still bother? Meanwhile, our athletes in other sports don’t receive the same support from the government even though we have better chances in those sports, and just when they need the money to get the best equipment and training, saka pa sila kakaltasan ng financial support. They don’t get support just because they didn’t win any medals abroad (given that they weren’t able to train well because of such lack of support), and yet basketball—which did NOT give us any international awards (SEA games and Asian games not included)—still gets the big bucks? C’mon, who are we kidding here?

It’s time we stop being a basketball country. Maraming sports na mas may pag-asa tayong makakuha ng panalo sa ibang bansa (and not just boxing and billiards), dapat doon mag-focus ang sports program ng bansa.

15 09 2010
Lawrence_Patola

Just to clarify…I never meant it to be a problem (or a weakness) when I referred to UP’s approach to education/learning as “everyone tries to make you fail”. It’s a different approach compared to private and catholic schools. I know the difference. I’ve been in both.

14 09 2010
Gibo@bwahaha.com.ph

Another Puno in government, unrelated? maybe but am starting to wonder. Kudos to Archbishop Cruz, big job but still taking a stab at it.

Hope Noy does not let down those who believed in him. If he turns out to be another one of those greedy bunch surrounded by equally greedy minions, then woe to us all Pinoys.

Usual compliments to Mr. PH for being the astute heckler that he is.

Gibo but not Teodoro

14 09 2010
promdi

We have heard stories of misfortunes happening to a few disconcerted passengers inside the rest rooms, nay, CR, of airplanes while in flight… fact is one columnist had sometime in the past reported even rapes happening in there. shocking talaga what the columnist once tackled in detail how such crimes would happen.. as they often did. and now, the “trashbin” baby. believe me, we’ve never been so touched by such poignant video of the baby. kakaiyak! at nabuhay sya… (may be to tell his story someday)! if such mishaps, nay, crimes could happen in the limited confines of the “cr” of the plane, could’nt the airline do something to, as a preventive policy or standards, stop it? may be they can put up an “eagle eye” on the use of the plane’s CR to discourage perpetration of crimes such as those happening? woe naman to the unsuspecting victims, inside the “safety” of an airplane!!!

14 09 2010
Mr. Hong

mas mataas sana place ng NU pep squad kung hindi NU ang name nila.

14 09 2010
roch

– the best video coverage so far. goosebumps! congrats UP PEP!!!!!

14 09 2010
kalokah

baka na-rape yung nanay ng bata sa mid east or me karelasyon dun kaya nabuntis, balita me pamilya na raw dito, baka walang mukhang ihaharap sa pamilya or talagang nagkaroon na ng deperensya sa utak.

wag na lang sisihin siguro.

15 09 2010
chihuahua

i think usec puno should just keep his mouth shut. the more he speaks the more he buries himself deep in the mud. now he’s pressured to name names. ay naku!sige nga.

15 09 2010
professionalheckler

agree! he’s everywhere!

15 09 2010
Lola Nila

2 days ago, we a “couple” here in saudi….they are looking for someone to adopt their 6 mos old baby..ang gwapo pa nman ng bata…reason? pareho palang may family ang “couple” sa pinas…

19 09 2010
etchosera

Naku Lola Nila, ako na lang mag-a-adopt sa bata! Kawawa naman.

When i first arrived here in the Kingdom, na-shock talaga ako sa mga ganyang set-ups, parehong may asawa sa Pinas pero dito, sila ang mag-asawa.

Andami palang ganyan dito and the sad thing about it is that parang nagiging normal na yan dito. When i hang out with my friends outside and we see a Pinoy couple, andun palagi ang pagdududa kung totoo ba talaga silang mag-asawa or dito lang sila mag-asawa.

Sabi nga mga indiano….. what to do?

21 09 2010
eddibumangon

etchos,

Hayaan mo na sila sa kaligayahan nila. Sa lungkot ba naman ng buhay dito, I’m sure ikaw rin either nakatikim na or may tinitikman dito. Di tulad ko na tigang dahil I liked my meat native kaya lang almost lahat ng Pinoy dito malalaki ang tyan, which is a no no for me. :-(

23 09 2010
etchosera

Naku Koya Eddi, prim and proper noun nga po ako eh!

Di po ako tumitikim, kasi………KINAKAIN KO TALAGA NG BUO!

Ahah ahah ahah!

15 09 2010
iroppoi

let’s cocentrate na lang sa baby, good thing na buhay sya!!!
at maraming gustong mag-adopt sa kanya!!!

abt the mother, di natin alam kung anong nasa isip nya or
kung nasa tamang pag-iisip nga ba sya!?

15 09 2010
Anonymous

you know heckler FEU was also my choice. i’m from UP but i think mas mganda yung cheerdance ng FEU. Hhehehe!

16 09 2010
senior60

bakit kaya naghahanap pa sila nandyan naman si undersecretary,

tutal sya naman ang kilala ng mga gambling lords as the real one…

ay oo nga pala, sya pala ang head ng palace search committee….

pero, he can handle both naman, so why not….

16 09 2010
jun

curious lang PH,

Naniniwala ka bang me pag-asa pa ang UP sa UAAP men’s basketball…..
na maka 0 – 14 uli?

para sa taong ito, hindi ako masyadong impress sa UP, mas gusto ko yung 2007 or 2008 ata, yung me ikot jeep ang tema nila. they were very good altho uste ata nanalo that time…

Pero hats off ako sa cheering squad ng UP, kahit alam na nilang talo ang kanilang team, sila pa rin ang isa sa pinakamaingay, ke basketball, volleyball at kahit sa PULITIKA….

16 09 2010
miketest

sabi ng nasa puno ang problema e..bunutin na kasi..

16 09 2010
Sir MJ

UP MBT’s 0-14 is a case of mismanagement. They made a mistake when they kicked out Coach Aboy Castro in the middle of the season.

16 09 2010
professionalheckler

I AGREE! IT’S not even “middle” of the season. three games pa lang.

19 09 2010
i'm no angel

Why doesn’t Archbishop Cruz name names? Nasayang lang ang oras at energy nya sa pagsasalita… at sa akin din sa pakikinig. Doesn’t solve anything.
Blind items are cute pag office and showbiz gossips…. irritating in this case.

21 09 2010
eddibumangon

O ayan pinangalanan na, versoza, puno,the usual A-listers like pineda, etc.
The next question is: What can the senate and ultimately Noynoy do about it?
Oh I forgot nga pala, he was quoted as saying “The eradication of jueting is not a priority of this administration.” Now, there’s your answer.

22 09 2010
pnoyboss

P-NOY WITHHOLDING FROM HIS “BOSS”
What Happened to Transparency First Policy?

There was nothing surprising about Pres. Noynoy Aquino flip-flopping on his stand on Filipino first and transparency. This kind of political stunt is nonetheless inevitable and quite frankly expected from a prematurely vindicated president who goes around devoting much of his time on media gimmicks. Like a true TRAPO, the revered P-Noy went back to his old ways – his political wellbeing first above all else. But can you really blame him? He already did the “bossy” president type as he ignored the calls of Hong Kong Official Donald Tsang during the Quirino bloodbath debacle shrugging it off as beyond calls of protocol, but what did it brought him? Needless to say, he got himself in the middle of one disappointing scenario to another. This became a public spectacle that dragged his entire administration into humiliation and finally even to the extent of “stupidity disclosed upfront”. Thus, P-Noy softening on his former stand and bending to Hong Kong officials using the leverage of giving them the exclusivity to the investigation result proves a “damage control” mechanism.

But just like what P-Noy does in consistency, his timing and effort is again uncalled for or rather unthought-of. This grand plan of appeasing the ire Hong Kong government, which we all know was practically his own doing and brought about by his negligence; include the part where Filipinos have to swallow political ambiguity. The public, which he formerly calls as his “boss”, had to be kept in the dark for a bit longer on the result of the Quirino hostage taking inquest. P-Noy’s media minions call it a display of deference to the HK government, given the administration’s former insults and laxity. In the first place, this was a caboodle P-Noy confidently brought upon his administration. Why on earth would he make amends at the people’s expense?

Why a matter of public interest such as this should be withheld for the benefit of a president who irresponsibly acted as high and mighty during a situation he admitted to have let pass for reasons that he was merely too pre-occupied on something else. During the 11-hour hostage drama that unfolded on television live streams where police negotiations should have been made under discriminate secrecy as a matter of SOP, P-Noy claimed he was simply making a point towards what he vowed to be as “transparent” ruling. Ironically, this administration has gotten away with it by charging people’s contest towards the Philippine press’ insensitivity. Back then, the press was the one pushed to the stake of ridicule alongside officials of the Manila Police District (MPD). Until now, this administration apparently enjoys such scapegoats.

P-Noy is taking us all for a ride. His well-budgeted PR is pushing us to accept this obvious practice of “unreasonable jettisoning” and corruption of Filipino’s basic rights as politically proper. Are we as gullible as the P-Noy administration thinks? Should we turn a deaf ear on this communal insult? If we allow ourselves to be tossed around in ways that would be comfortable for this president then this is far from the likes of democracy. Better yet, P-Noy should drop his act of being the servant president. This portrayal of putting public welfare and rights a top priority above his political will is by far an irritating façade and a poorly-written script of P-Noy’s administration. If this administration is willing to take us for granted to put an icing on his name then I cannot help but imagine at how far he will go on blatantly abusing his vested authority.

22 09 2010
pnoyboss

There was nothing surprising about Pres. Noynoy Aquino flip-flopping on his stand on Filipino first and transparency. This kind of political stunt is nonetheless inevitable and quite frankly expected from a prematurely vindicated president who goes around devoting much of his time on media gimmicks. Like a true TRAPO, the revered P-Noy went back to his old ways – his political wellbeing first above all else. But can you really blame him? He already did the “bossy” president type as he ignored the calls of Hong Kong Official Donald Tsang during the Quirino bloodbath debacle shrugging it off as beyond calls of protocol, but what did it brought him? Needless to say, he got himself in the middle of one disappointing scenario to another. This became a public spectacle that dragged his entire administration into humiliation and finally even to the extent of “stupidity disclosed upfront”. Thus, P-Noy softening on his former stand and bending to Hong Kong officials using the leverage of giving them the exclusivity to the investigation result proves a “damage control” mechanism.

But just like what P-Noy does in consistency, his timing and effort is again uncalled for or rather unthought-of. This grand plan of appeasing the ire Hong Kong government, which we all know was practically his own doing and brought about by his negligence; include the part where Filipinos have to swallow political ambiguity. The public, which he formerly calls as his “boss”, had to be kept in the dark for a bit longer on the result of the Quirino hostage taking inquest. P-Noy’s media minions call it a display of deference to the HK government, given the administration’s former insults and laxity. In the first place, this was a caboodle P-Noy confidently brought upon his administration. Why on earth would he make amends at the people’s expense?

Why a matter of public interest such as this should be withheld for the benefit of a president who irresponsibly acted as high and mighty during a situation he admitted to have let pass for reasons that he was merely too pre-occupied on something else. During the 11-hour hostage drama that unfolded on television live streams where police negotiations should have been made under discriminate secrecy as a matter of SOP, P-Noy claimed he was simply making a point towards what he vowed to be as “transparent” ruling. Ironically, this administration has gotten away with it by charging people’s contest towards the Philippine press’ insensitivity. Back then, the press was the one pushed to the stake of ridicule alongside officials of the Manila Police District (MPD). Until now, this administration apparently enjoys such scapegoats.

P-Noy is taking us all for a ride. His well-budgeted PR is pushing us to accept this obvious practice of “unreasonable jettisoning” and corruption of Filipino’s basic rights as politically proper. Are we as gullible as the P-Noy administration thinks? Should we turn a deaf ear on this communal insult? If we allow ourselves to be tossed around in ways that would be comfortable for this president then this is far from the likes of democracy. Better yet, P-Noy should drop his act of being the servant president. This portrayal of putting public welfare and rights a top priority above his political will is by far an irritating façade and a poorly-written script of P-Noy’s administration. If this administration is willing to take us for granted to put an icing on his name then I cannot help but imagine at how far he will go on blatantly abusing his vested authority.

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