THIS IS ADORABLE
and an ambigram…
it’s beautiful…. :)
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my favorite film. :)
right on point! haha.
yes, Jason. I love you. :)
Benetton, the apparel brand, is launching an international ad campaign titled ” Unhate” that promotes love across religious, racial, cultural, and national boundaries. It features political leaders from different “camps” kissing each other.
Pictured here are the Pope and Ahmed Mohamed el-Tayeb, Imam of the Al-Azhar mosque in Cairo. Needless to say, it has stirred a controversy, which it had meant to do.
Unless we see taxes as our money entrusted to the Government representing us to spend wisely, nothing will come out positively in this country. Yes, taxes are our money entrusted to the Government.
In this premise, I do not see any legality in our dear politicians taking credit in some projects as if they alone conceptualized it, shelled out their own money in financing their project. As if we have to thank them for those things they have made for us. It is part of their duties as elected leaders, and we should never thank them like we are indebted.
Epal takes root from the Filipino word mapapel, in modern internet words, these are the attention whores who love being talked about. They constantly and without shame, love attention and crave for it.
More than the visual pollution their faces cause to our cities and towns, the materials (mostly tarpaulins) are left there until they fall and clog our waterways. They are also a hazard to the environment since they do not decompose readily into the environment.
Due to this gross misuse of funds, the President initiated a shame campaign of labeling this people as epal and ordered DPWH to standardize all project brief announcements, without any name of politicians on it.
In support to this, Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago filed Senate Bill 1967, prohibiting any Government Official from trumpeting their projects. The bill is more popularly known as Anti-Epal Bill. Any violation of the law will entail a 6-12 months worth of jail and fine. Dear Senator Santiago, please add permanent disqualification from public service if offenses are too many.
Also, we might as well compose some good reuse methods for these tarpaulins, aside from sun-shades for motocycles.
For the full text of the SB 1967 click here.
Let us hope this will not lead to no projects anymore. Some of them might think they have no use for the projects anymore since those will not give them credit, or fame. Viva Philippines! We can do this!!! :)
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