Iñigo Pascual's message to his basher

Iñigo Pascual's message to his basher.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource: pep pepApr 20th, 2017

Iñigo Pascual's message to his basher

Iñigo Pascual's message to his basher.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsApr 20th, 2017

Valeen regrets fighting with basher

  Actress Valeen Montenegro, who recently reacted to a negative post by a follower on Instagram, said she regretted having done it and wished she had just let it slide. "Because of what I did, she also got attacked by other netizens. She didn't deserve that, either," the actress told reporters during an event for her latest movie, Dominic Lim's rom-com "The Write Moment." "I hope I was able to send a clear message to bashers," Valeen pointed out. "Be sensitive to what other people will feel about your comments, especially if you don't know the person. "The problem with them is that they're so brave when they post things, but they become meek when they meet the subject ...Keep on reading: Valeen regrets fighting with basher.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 17th, 2017

Look: Piolo Pascual tears up at special message from Mother Lily

Look: Piolo Pascual tears up at special message from Mother Lily.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsMar 20th, 2017

Piolo Pascual breaks down over Mother Lily's heartwarming message

Piolo Pascual breaks down over Mother Lily's heartwarming message.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsMar 20th, 2017

Government to wreck luxury cars to send strong message vs smuggling

TUGUEGARAO CITY, Philippines – The Philippine government is set to wreck at least 100 sports cars at the Cagayan freeport to send a "strong message" of its efforts to crack down on smuggling. In a phone interview on Tuesday, January 16, lawyer Raul Lambino, Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (CEZA) administrator, ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated News9 hr. 48 min. ago

Jags ‘threw a tantrum’ when Marrone started making changes

By Mark Long, Associated Press JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Jacksonville’s locker room was abuzz late last season. Four guys played table tennis while others crowded around a small table for dominoes. Two 80-inch televisions were tuned to a sports highlight show, and music blared from one corner of the room. Doug Marrone, the team’s offensive line coach at the time, walked through and shook his head. “Can you believe this?” Marrone whispered. The Jaguars were in the middle of a nine-game losing streak that would ultimately cost coach Gus Bradley his job. Marrone had watched from afar for two years, witnessing an atmosphere he felt was too loose, too laid-back and too lenient amid losing. So when Marrone was hired to replace Bradley last January, high on his to-do list was to change the culture in Jacksonville. His success is one reason the Jaguars (12-6) are in the AFC championship game against New England (14-3). The ping pong table was the first to go. Dominoes followed. The locker room stalls were overhauled, too, with Marrone mixing and matching position groups and putting certain players next to veteran leaders and/or NFL role models. “We definitely threw a tantrum,” Pro Bowl defensive tackle Malik Jackson said. “Went in there and talked to him about it. Definitely wasn’t happy. I learned just to be quiet, you know, and go with the flow. He’s been at it longer than I have, and I’m just the football player. He says do this and I go do it. Just learn to follow him, and I’m glad I did.” Marrone saved the most significant changes for the practice fields. Marrone, top executive Tom Coughlin and general manager Dave Caldwell wanted a much tougher and more physical team. They drafted bruising running back Leonard Fournette and fiery left tackle Cam Robinson to complement a defense that was significantly beefed up in free agency with the addition of All-Pro pass-rusher Calais Campbell, Pro Bowl cornerback A.J. Bouye and veteran safety Barry Church. They also designed an offseason program that was more grueling than most players had experienced. Marrone’s message was clear: Go hard or go home. “You remember guys in camp talking about this took a few years off their lives,” Jackson said. “It’s pretty funny just to see us now. I guess he does know what he’s doing.” The Jaguars were in full pads nearly every day during training camp, a tortuous stretch in draining heat and humidity that left rookies and veterans questioning the process and wondering if it would pay off. It was the NFL’s version of boot camp. Break them down, then build them up. It ultimately brought players closer, making them accountable to each other and causing them to care more for each other. Winning was the final piece, and thumping Houston 29-7 in the season opener was all the proof players needed. “It was the toughest training camp I’ve ever been a part of,” said linebacker Paul Posluszny, in his 11th season. “Coach Marrone would talk to us and say, ‘Listen, I have a plan and you have to trust me.’ With that, guys were able to say, ‘OK, we haven’t gotten what we wanted in years past doing things a certain way, so we have to buy in, trust the head man and know that that’ll bring us success when it’s time.’ “It was difficult just because of so many changes from what we were used to. I think the most important thing is we always said, ‘Well, if it helps us win, then it’s all good.’” Jacksonville had lost 63 of 80 games over the previous five seasons — the worst record in the NFL during that span — and had been through two coaching changes. Coughlin’s return was a key part of the team’s revival, and although the two-time Super Bowl-winning coach with the New York Giants gets much of the outside credit for the team’s turnaround, the reality is Marrone was the one pushing all the right buttons. Marrone has been other places where players resisted, prompting personnel moves that would slow progress. That wasn’t the case in Jacksonville, and he credited his players for being open to change. “They gave our staff the opportunity to say, ‘This is what we want to do. This is what we believe in as coaches or as an organization. This is how we want to handle ourselves,’” Marrone said. “We are still working toward that. It is not perfect by any means.” It’s clearly working, though. The Jaguars are in the title game for the third time in franchise history, one victory away from their first Super Bowl appearance. “They say (stuff) rolls downhill,” Jackson said. “Well, the good stuff rolls downhill, too. ... It’s all worth it when you win.”.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated News10 hr. 22 min. ago

Uncollected garbage

THE contract of IPM to collect Bacolod’s garbage has been renewed practically without question or opposition. The circumstances of this renewal send the message to the citizens that the performance of IPM is exemplary and without any doubt of its efficiency and compliance with the provisions of the original contract to clean up the city. […] The post Uncollected garbage appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated News14 hr. 48 min. ago

North Korea calls Trump nuclear button boast the bark of a rabid dog

SEOUL, South Korea – North Korea on Tuesday, January 16, denounced President Donald Trump's tweeted message that he has a bigger nuclear button than its leader Kim Jong-Un as the "spasm of a lunatic" and the "bark of a rabid dog". Kim used his annual New Year address to warn he ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJan 16th, 2018

Govt to name third telco by March – DICT

THE Philippines’ third telecommunications player will be named in March, the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) said on Monday, a move seen to boost competition in the industry and improve network services. In a text message to The Manila Times, DICT Officer in Charge Eliseo Rio Jr. expressed confidence that the government would [...] The post Govt to name third telco by March – DICT appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimesRelated NewsJan 15th, 2018

UAE accuses Qatar of intercepting passenger plane

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates – The United Arab Emirates accused rival Qatar of "intercepting" a passenger plane en route to Bahrain on Monday, January 15, as Doha denied the accusation in a row over alleged airspace violations. "The General Civil Aviation Authority received a message from a national carrier ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJan 15th, 2018

A wave of panic rattles Hawaii after false missile alert

HONOLULU --- The second recent blunder in Hawaii's planning for a possible North Korean nuclear attack left islanders shaken after an emergency alert warning of an imminent strike sounded on hundreds of thousands of cellphones. For nearly 40 minutes people waited. Then came the second mobile alert: Someone hit the wrong button, there was no missile. Some people abandoned cars on the highway and others gathered in the interiors of their homes to wait for what seemed like the inevitable, a blast that would cause widespread death and destruction. The message sent statewide just after 8 a.m. Saturday read: "BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS...Keep on reading: A wave of panic rattles Hawaii after false missile alert.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 14th, 2018

Talks with Reds could still happen

“COME home, and let’s talk.” This is President Rodrigo Duterte’s message to Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) founding chairman Jose Maria Sison, raising hopes that he may yet change heart and order the resumption of peace talks with the Reds “Gusto ko si Sison pumunta dito. Kaming dalawa mag-usap.….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsJan 14th, 2018

Alaska destroys Kia by 37 points

Last Wednesday, Kia absolutely fell apart in the third quarter againt Magnolia. Well, against Alaska on Sunday, the Picanto did it again and it was worse. The Aces dropped a 36-5 bomb to start the second half of their matchup against Kia, cruising to an easy 102-65 win in the 2018 PBA Philippine Cup at the Araneta Coliseum. Alaska completely flipped the switch in the third period, turning to its signature defense to pick up a second straight win and even out its record in the All-Filipino at 2-2. "I don't know what to say except for defense. I thought our defensive energy was a little undirected in the first half, and it caused us to give up some baskets we didn't want to give up," head coach Alex Compton said. "In the second half, I think it was a little more focused," he added. Jeron Teng was the star of the show for the Aces as the no. 5 overall pick scored a game-high 23 points, 13 in the third period, to go along with nine rebounds. Five other players scored in double digits for Alaska led by Carl Bryan Cruz's 16 off the bench. The assault started near the halfway point of the third when Alaska unloaded 24 unanswered points to go up, 75-38. By the fourth, the Aces' led by as many as 40 points before settling for a 37-point victory. The Picanto, now owners of the third-longest losing skid in PBA history at 16 games, got 16 points from Rashawn McCarthy. Similar to their game agaisnt the Hotshots, Kia just couldn't sustain its solid start. The team's five points in the third period was the fewest by any team since Alaska, ironically, also scored only five ppoints in Game 1 of the 2015 Philippine Cup Finals against San Miguel. However, the Aces won that game in overtime.   The Scores: ALASKA 102 — Teng 23, Cruz 16, Banchero 11, Abueva 10, Manuel 10, Pascual 10, Enciso 8, Galliguez 5, Thoss 5, Exciminiano 2, Potts 2, Casio 0, Racal 0. KIA 65 — McCarthy 16, Camson 15, Tubid 13, Ababou 5, Caperal 4, Reyes 4, Cabrera 3, Celda 3, Yee 2, Galanza 0, Jamon 0, Paniamogan 0, Sara 0. Quarters: 20-21, 39-34, 75-39, 102-65.   ---- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 14th, 2018

PH can earn big with Chinese call centers, says Sombero

MANILA, Philippines – A plunder charge isn’t stopping retired police general Wenceslao “Wally” Sombero Jr from campaigning to make the Philippines Asia’s hub for online gaming. He’s doing interviews to send President Rodrigo Duterte a message. “Everybody will be surprised and amazed of what the industry stakeholders can ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJan 14th, 2018

PCSO chairman resigns due to health reasons

MANILA, Philippines – Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office chairman Jose Jorge Corpuz has resigned, Malacañang announced on Friday, January 12. In a message sent to reporters, Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque said Corpuz resigned "due to health reasons." Corpuz, a former police director, was recently in news headlines after the PCSO held a ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJan 12th, 2018

Senate’s united stand vs joint voting on Cha-cha backed by Constitution – Sotto

Backed by the Constitution, the Senate is united against moves that would allow Congress to vote jointly on any amendments to the Charter, Majority Leader Vicente "Tito" Sotto III on Friday.   Sotto pointed out that joint voting by Congress is only allowed on martial law declaration.   "Jointly, separately? Pwede ba tigilan na. Consti says only in martial law vote ang jointly. Nowhere else is jointly mentioned," he said on Twitter.   Asked in a text message if the Senate has specific plans to stop the joint voting being pushed by some lawmakers, Sotto said there was no need for it as he already has his own strategy "in case some people are insistent on vi...Keep on reading: Senate’s united stand vs joint voting on Cha-cha backed by Constitution – Sotto.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 12th, 2018

Carpio begs off from impeachment hearings

SUPREME COURT (SC) Senior Associate Justice Antonio T. Carpio declined the invitation of the House committee on justice that he testifies in its impeachment proceedings against Chief Justice Maria Lourdes P.A. Sereno. In a text message sent to the media, Mr. Carpio said: “I have written the committee declining to testify because I have no […] The post Carpio begs off from impeachment hearings appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: financeSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsJan 12th, 2018

LTFRB sets fare hike hearings for PUVs, Grab in February

  The hearings for the proposed fare hikes for public utility jeepneys (PUJ) and transport network vehicle services (TNVS) providers have been scheduled for February, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) announced on Thursday.   In a text message to reporters, LTFRB board member Atty. Aileen Lizada said the fare hike petitions for jeepneys and taxis would be heard on February 13 while the petition filed by Grab Philippines would be taken up on February 14.   Lizada said jeepney operators filed a petition for an P8 to P10 minimum fare increase, but she said it appears they want to amend their petition.   "Sila (jeepn...Keep on reading: LTFRB sets fare hike hearings for PUVs, Grab in February.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 11th, 2018

Renaldo Balkman to Arwind Santos: ‘I’m looking for you. Let’s just talk.’

Renaldo Balkman’s redemption in the Philippines is underway. And of course, in that redemption, Arwind Santos has to be involved somehow and someway. With the San Miguel star already having said he has moved on, it was the Alab Pilipinas’ import turn to show gratitude. “I heard about (what he said). People told me and I just want to thank him,” he told reporters. He then continued, “Soon to come, I’ll meet him. I’ll meet him over lunch, dinner, or whatever.” Back in 2013, Balkman was an import in the PBA and was a teammate of Santos in Petron, now known as San Miguel. In the dying seconds of the Blaze Boosters’ game against Alaska on March 8, the Puerto Rican was livid following what he felt was a non-call by the referees. He wound up shoving game officials, his coaches, and his teammates Ronald Tubid and Santos. The incident ended with what is the most infamous image Balkman has in the minds of Filipinos – him putting his two hands around the neck of Santos. Not long after the incident, then-PBA commissioner Chito Salud banned him for life and fined him PhP 250, 000. Five years after, the six-foot-eight forward said what better way for him and Santos to bury the hatchet by teaming up anew. “That would be great. Not only for him, but for me too. To team up with him again and to go and have another run at it, that would be great,” he said. Balkman went 5-2 in his time as Petron reinforcement. Playing without him, the Blaze Boosters then went 3-5, bowing out in the quarterfinals of the Commissioner’s Cup. While that reunion is just wishful thinking at the moment, the now 33-year-old said that what’s certain is that they have both moved forward from that incident. “With all the things that happened, the past is the past. The time will come (for us to be teammates again) and we’ll see what happens next,” he said. For now, Balkman just wants to set a man-date with his former teammate. “I haven’t gotten in touch with him, but I’m looking for him,” he said. And speaking directly to Santos – through reporters, of course – he the continued, “I’m looking for you, man. If you get this message, I’m down here. Maye one day, we can go out and have lunch, dinner, or whatever you want to do. Let’s just talk.” --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 11th, 2018

Bohol Awaiting Arrival of Brazilian Girolando Cattle

The Department of Agriculture (DA) through Secretary Emmanuel Piñol is set to bring to Bohol the first batch of girolando cattles which the country imports from Brazil. As much as 2,000 heads are expected to arrive in Bohol this year. Governor Edgar Chatto, in his message to Boholanos gathered during the opening of Bohol’s third […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsJan 11th, 2018