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Blogging Beauty Queen in LOOK Magazine!!!

(That’s me, the blogging beauty queen on the left, LOLOLOL!!!)

Oh my, they took faaaaaabulously good photos of me in LOOK MAGAZINE (May-June 2010) – unless you are a woman (or gay) you just don’t know how paranoid we can get about how we look in photos! 369 more words

Sarah Geronimo

I saw her once in our hometown  in her old house at Mindanao Avenue (year 2005-06), kung san naging magkapitbahay kami.

I was holding my nag-aagaw buhay kong dog when she shouted at the balcony “aww anong nangyari” and I was crying hindi na ako na star-struck because I was thinking of my dog’s life.. 92 more words

Journal

Auditing the PCOS

By Ducky Paredes/Malaya

While the law requires a Random Manual Audit (RMA) of one precinct per congressional district, everyone agrees that that sample size is woefully inadequate.

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2010 Elections

The candidates: Villar

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By Ana Marie Pamintuan

The most hurtful words hurled against her father, according to Camille Villar, are magnanakaw (thief) and coward.

Camille, the slim, 25-year-old corporate communications chief of the family-owned real estate company Vista Land, is obviously daddy’s girl.

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2010 Elections

Speech of Senator Manny Villar: (Setting the records staright)

Yesterday, I watched Senator Villar delivered his privileged speech regarding to the C5 issue and oh boy! I am so proud of him!


Ang linaw linaw na talaga ng kanyang paliwanag, at wala naman kasing proof ang mga nag aacuse sa kanya puro haka-haka lang and it’s pretty clear that C5 Road Project will help lot of our kababayan because there is… 6,546 more words

Camille Villar---Senator Manny Villar's secret weapon

Camille Villar, the youngest daughter of presidentiable Senator Manny Villar, is one of the freshest and the prettiest faces to hit Philippine politics for the longest time. 411 more words

Camille Villar

The only thing that differed was the fact that I came from a family involved in sociopolitical issues of the country. At a very young age, you realize how hard life is for people and you just can’t turn your back. -Camille (Star, May 18, 2006)

Camille Villar