Weeks have already passed. The country has lost countless numbers of brave soldiers and innocent civilians already. Social media sites are now polluted by unhealthy arguments and unsubstantial reasoning. Yet, the Battle of Marawi, provided with "logistics and intelligence" of the United States, unfortunately, is still ongoing.
“Just bomb my location, Sir.”
Leave the unlimited rice promo alone.
If I earned a dollar for every discourse existing under a suspicious article there is on the internet, heaven forbids but my face would be on Forbes magazine for 12 consecutive issues.
As a child, I was often hostage to my mother’s whims. To put it simply, this meant no matter how comical or aggravating her wishes, the woman’s word would come as final edict. When I was 12-years-old, she made the decision, in the noble pursuit of culture and the arts, to buy me my first serious novel and make me read it in its entirety—my protestations notwithstanding.
I had the chance to interview former Letran Knights’ team captain Tonichi Pujante last year. Most of the interview revolved around his upcoming position as the first commissioner of the Vietnam Basketball League (VBA) that time. As the interview shifted from his Vietnam stint to his opinion about the current state of college basketball, Tonichi had the perfect answer: a lot has changed.