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[Dear Lola Satunina] I can t get over my ex

Editor's Note: Rappler's Life & Style section will be publishing an advice (you can also call it an intervention) column penned by @LolaSaturnina of Twitter snark fame. So if you're in the mood to snap out of your tanga, need re-affirmation, or just happen to like writing letters, do ........»»

Category: newsSource: rappler rapplerNov 3rd, 2018

[Dear Lola Saturnina] Tinitignan ko pa rin profile ng ex ko

Editor's Note: Rappler's Life & Style section will be publishing an advice (you can also call it an intervention) column penned by @LolaSaturnina of Twitter snark fame. So if you're in the mood to snap out of your tanga, need re-affirmation, or just happen to like writing letters, ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsDec 8th, 2018

[Dear Lola Saturnina] Ex na text nang text, crush na hanggang hahaha lang

Editor's Note: Rappler's Life & Style section will be publishing an advice (you can also call it an intervention) column penned by @LolaSaturnina of Twitter snark fame. So if you're in the mood to snap out of your tanga, need re-affirmation, or just happen to like writing letters, do ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsNov 17th, 2018

[Dear Lola Saturnina] Kinakausap ako ni college crush pero... may girlfriend ata

Editor's Note: Rappler's Life & Style section will be publishing an advice (you can also call it an intervention) column penned by @LolaSaturnina of Twitter snark fame. So if you're in the mood to snap out of your tanga, need re-affirmation, or just happen to like writing letters, do ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsOct 20th, 2018

[Dear Lola Saturnina] Crush ko siya, crush niya best friend ko

Editor's Note: Rappler's Life & Style section will be publishing an advice (you can also call it an intervention) column penned by @LolaSaturnina of Twitter snark fame. So if you're in the mood to snap out of your tanga, need re-affirmation, or just happen to like writing letters, do ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsOct 13th, 2018

[Dear Lola Saturnina] Papaano ko kakausapin ang crush kong sikat?

Editor's Note: Rappler's Life & Style section will be publishing an advice (you can also call it an intervention) column penned by @LolaSaturnina of Twitter snark fame. So if you're in the mood to snap out of your tanga, need re-affirmation, or just happen to like writing letters, do ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsOct 6th, 2018

[Dear Lola Saturnina] Advanced ako mag-isip kaya walang love life

Editor's Note: Rappler's Life & Style section will be publishing an advice (you can also call it an intervention) column penned by @LolaSaturnina of Twitter snark fame. So if you're in the mood to snap out of your tanga, need re-affirmation, or just happen to like writing letters, do ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsSep 29th, 2018

House construction on a co-owned property

Dear PAO, I am the second child of my parents. I have two siblings, an elder sister and a younger brother. My late parents owned a land located at Tagaytay…READ The post House construction on a co-owned property appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsFeb 2nd, 2019

2019 DINAGYANG HIGHLIGHTS!

Page Maker: Zedrick Señeres JANUARY ushers in a series of spectacular revelries offered by religious devotees all over the country in honor of our dear Señor Sto. Niño. The iconic Dinagyang Festival of Iloilo City has carved a name as the most highly organized and anticipated fiesta aside from being a consistent recipient of the Best Tourism […] The post 2019 DINAGYANG HIGHLIGHTS! appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsJan 29th, 2019

She’s no longer interested in having sex with her boyfriend

Dear Emily, My boyfriend and I have been living together for 10 years now. We are at the right age to get married, but there are no plans, as we're afraid of marriage. We used to be very loving to each other. We still kiss and hug---but the sex part is almost gone. We are not even over 35 yet, but we only make love once in two months or, at the most, once a month. We rarely say "I love you," and I feel we are growing apart. I have been so used to his company, but surprisingly, I do not miss him when we are away from each other. I even wish he'd go on vacation, far from home. I love him dearly, but it's not the kind of love that makes me want to have sex with him anymore. I am an...Keep on reading: She’s no longer interested in having sex with her boyfriend.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 27th, 2019

PBA: Uytengsu slams point that Aces will be “winning with integrity”

Alaska remains as one the strongest “indie” teams in the PBA and Wilfred Uytengsu remains as the single strongest, most defiant “indie” team owner in the league. Monday during the 25th PBA Press Corps awards night, Uytengsu delivered a strong message on the supposed problems that PBA has dealt with over the past couple of seasons. In particular, the Alaska team owner has singled out the PBA’s parity, or supreme lack thereof. “Over the years, we and the PBA have been challenged with circumstances and controversies and that could and should have been mitigated. Circumstances that led to an unleveled playing field. This started with the Fil-sham debacle, where players with Filipino-like surnames were playing in the PBA with fake birth certificates and passports. Unfortunately, the league was slow to respond to this,” Uytengsu said in his speech right after he received the first-ever Lifetime Achievement award from the Press Corps. “In more recent years, we've seen dubious trades that created an even more unleveled playing field, creating further disparity in the league,” he added. While he never went into specifics, it doesn’t take a genius to figure out that one of the “dubious trades” referred to by Uytengsu was the San Miguel-Columbian swap for the no. 1 pick of the 2017 PBA Draft. That no. 1 pick turned out to be Christian Standhardinger and the Beermen added another star to an already loaded lineup for pretty much nothing. The trade led to the PBA changing Commissioners and it caused a clear divide among the PBA Board. Fortunately, the Board has since reunited and the PBA is now under the management of one of the more likeable Commissioner’s in recent years in Willie Marcial. Still, that doesn’t stop Uytengsu on hitting out on supposedly unfair tactics and he insists that the Aces have always done it the right way and are very much proud of winning numerous titles with honor and integrity. “I can tell you that we always respected the league and honored the game by not participating in these tactics. I believe we have a greater responsibility than just winning games, and that is to set an example and show the next generation how to do things the right way,” he said. “As I look back now of more than 3 decades in the league, of course I'm proud of our 14 titles and more than 30 finals appearances, but I'm more proud of how we honored the game,” Uytengsu added. The Alaska owner maitains his stance that his Aces will continue to chase more championships with the two things his team holds dear: honor and integrity.   “Don't get me wrong, I'm still looking for that 15th championship, and the 16th and the 17th and so on. But it will always be about winning with integrity,” Uytengsu said.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 22nd, 2019

Pope visit to Central America highlights church ministry to migrants

GUATEMALA CITY --- When Pope Francis visits Panama this week, he arrives not only as the first Latin American pontiff to visit Central America but as perhaps the world's most prominent advocate for migrants at a time when migration has become a pressing political issue in the region and elsewhere. The Argentine-born son of Italian immigrants has long held the issue dear to his heart and has signaled that it will be a central theme during the trip, which comes as the latest caravan of Central Americans is wending its way toward the US-Mexico frontier and President Donald Trump's promised border wall has led to the longest government shutdown in the country's history. Francis' em...Keep on reading: Pope visit to Central America highlights church ministry to migrants.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 21st, 2019

gulftoday.ae | Fatigue cost Philippines dear, says Younghusband

Abu Dhabi: Philippines striker Phil Younghusband believes his sides sterling Matchday One efforts came back to haunt them on Friday when they lost 3-0 to China in Group C of the AFC Asian Cup UAE 2019.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsJan 13th, 2019

The cleaning up of Manila Bay starts now

The first week of the New Year 2019 has passed and things are happening fast like the text I got from my dear friend, Commodore Robert “Bobby” Joseph who text me last Friday this message “I am glad that Sec. Roy Cimatu has decided once and for all to clean up Manila Bay in One Year!.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJan 8th, 2019

Sick best friend’s wife has banned her from seeing him

Dear Emily,   My male friend and I grew up very close, as did our fathers. We attended the same high school and spent summer vacations together.   Our closeness continued until college. He introduced the girls he liked to me and I told him who I thought was good for him or not.   I went abroad to study, and when I came back, he was already engaged to a girl who I thought was wrong for him. I was away again when I heard that he had a grand wedding, as the parents of the bride had many grand friends. I knew he hated that stuff.   When we saw each other again, he already had two children and was in a very wobbly marriage. He was caught fooling aro...Keep on reading: Sick best friend’s wife has banned her from seeing him.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 6th, 2019

Comment on Foreign direct investments in the Philippines by noel yuseco

Dear Sirs, Generalizations appear poor. September 2016 plunged mainly because of certain one-off investments in 2015. Also, you cannot say we're on tract simply looking at the total. There were huge one-offs in April 2016 that is still pushing totals above previous year levels. Better if you had identified these one-offs and cancelled them from totals then draw your conclusions. Maybe also you asked a deterministic question to your interviewee so he concluded that politics are driving FDI's down. July and August FDI's appear on an uptrend. Thank you......»»

Category: financeSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsJan 3rd, 2019

[OPINION] Be careful against many antichrists

An open letter to my godson Seth on New Year's Eve Dear Seth, Nothing is easy these days when it comes to rearing children like you. You are subjected to so much vulgarity and violence that I fear you might catch the wrong values which can ruin your future as ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsDec 31st, 2018

They said what? Stars’ quotable quotes in 2018

Conclusion LOS ANGELES---A joyous New Year to all of you, dear readers! We continue our recap of the quotable quotes from some of the stars we interviewed in 2018. CHARLIZE THERON I live my authentic self. I don't really compartmentalize what exactly that is. Maybe I should. When I was very young, it became very clear through some tragedies in my life that life is really short. At the end of the day when I am on my deathbed, however or whenever it happens, I am only going to have myself to hold accountable for the life that I led. RACHEL WEISZ (On her love scene with Rachel McAdams in "Disobedience") It all centered around one woman's face in close-up. Then, the oth...Keep on reading: They said what? Stars’ quotable quotes in 2018.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 29th, 2018

Lakers lose LeBron James to groin injury, rout Warriors

By Janie McCauley, Associated Press OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — The Los Angeles Lakers lost LeBron James in the third quarter to a strained left groin then went out and beat the two-time defending champions without him Tuesday night (Wednesday, PHL time), getting King James’ 17 points, 13 rebounds and five assists before the injury in a surprising 127-101 rout of the Golden State Warriors. James grabbed at his left groin area with 7:51 left in the third after slipping under the Warriors’ basket while trying for a loose ball. He tried to stretch it out, awkwardly walked toward the Lakers bench trying to loosen up before leaving on his own though gingerly out the tunnel for the locker room. Stephen Curry made consecutive three's shortly after James exited, and the Warriors got within 78-76 at the 2:48 mark of the third — but Kyle Kuzma and the persistent Lakers stayed at it every possession. Curry wound up with 15 points but the home fans had seen enough well before the final buzzer and headed out for the rest of Christmas. Kuzma contributed 19 points with a pretty baseline triple late, Ivica Zubac had 18 points and 11 rebounds and Rajon Rondo 15 points and 10 assists off the bench as the Lakers snapped an 11-game losing streak on the Warriors’ home floor since a 118-115 overtime win Dec. 22, 2012. Los Angeles also ended a seven-game skid overall in the rivalry with its first win in the series since March 6, 2016. James made it look easy early on shooting over Jonas Jerebko and Kevon Looney. James hit a turnaround jumper at the 4:39 mark of the second quarter to put the Lakers ahead 52-37 and L.A. led 65-50 at the break. It was James’ second straight Christmas game at Oracle Arena after playing here with the Cavaliers last year and losing 99-92. Lakers coach Luke Walton — a former Warriors top assistant and dear friend of Steve Kerr — got some time with his Hall of Fame dad, Bill, before the game and a few moments to catch up with Curry and share holiday greetings in the hallway after the two-time MVP’s warmup routine. Kevin Durant, playing on a tender left ankle, had 21 points, seven rebounds and seven assists. Andre Iguodala came off the bench and made his initial five shots and 7-of-9 by halftime on the way to a season-high 23 points while also handling some of the load defending James. Golden State shot just 9-for-36 from deep, Curry going 2-of-8 and Durant 3-for-8. MCGEE’s RING DELAYED Lakers center JaVale McGee was still sick with a respiratory infection and missed his fifth straight game, didn’t travel and missed his scheduled moment to receive his championship ring. That will now happen Feb. 2 (Feb. 3, PHL time) when the Lakers return to Oracle Arena. McGee was one of three big men who rotated in Steve Kerr’s rotation on the way to a repeat title. “I’m happy for JaVale. He’s getting more of a chance to play with the Lakers than he did with us,” Kerr said. “We had a lot of centers play a really important role for us the last couple of years. He was fantastic and we loved having him here. Wish he was here and that we could give him his ring today, but we’ll do it next time. Very happy for him and his success this year.” TIP-INS Lakers: Zubac shot 9-for-10. ... The Lakers had lost 3-of-4, so this meant a lot. ... Los Angeles improved to 5-6 on the road vs. the Western Conference. ... Tyson Chandler, who had been questionable with back spasms after he missed Sunday’s (Monday, PHL time) game against Memphis, returned and played 16 minutes. Warriors: Iguodala reached double figures for the fourth time this season. ... Curry and Draymond Green each picked up two early fouls, and Green fouled out with 5:36 left. He was limited to four points, five assists and five rebounds. ... Golden State is 12-16 on Christmas and 6-5 at home. UP NEXT Lakers: At Sacramento on Thursday (Friday, PHL time). Warriors: Host Portland on Thursday (Friday, PHL time)......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 26th, 2018

Lola Saturnina’s holiday reunion survival guide

Editor's Note: Rappler's Life & Style section publishes an advice (you can also call it an intervention) column penned by @LolaSaturnina of Twitter snark fame. For Christmas, we asked our favorite lola for holiday advice. But if you're in the mood to snap out of your tanga, need re-affirmation, ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsDec 24th, 2018

Stars share their Christmas thoughts and plans

  (Conclusion) LOS ANGELES---A joyous Christmas to you, dear readers! We wrap up our column series on the stars and their holiday plans and thoughts, and their connection with "Silent Night," which turns 200 this year. SANDRA BULLOCK I don't sing. No one wants to hear me sing (laughs). In Germany (where she was raised), we played "Silent Night" on a recorder that we had to learn in school. I have all the tapes and CDs that my mom (who was an opera singer) kept, including a choir singing all the German Christmas songs. On Dec. 24, we play "Silent Night" with our dinner of pot roast and asparagus. "Silent Night" is on every single one of the CDs, so it's on all the ...Keep on reading: Stars share their Christmas thoughts and plans.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 22nd, 2018