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Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Our middle fingers offered to our joke of a president

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Duterte said that his supposed election promise to ride a jet ski to challenge Chinese incursion in Philippine waters was a "pure joke" and that those believed it were "stupid."

Sad Campaign hanggang sa pamumuno, JOKE LANG. 

This is what you get from electing a clown. You get the whole fucking circus. 

Sad thing is, it was a serious question asked by a fisherman fighting for his livelihood.

In 2016, he was asked by a fisherman on what he can for them and their livelihood.

Fast forward to present, is he seriously telling this man and his 16M supporters that they are stupid for believing in him?

Hindi lang siya #DutertePalpak, #DuterteMandurugas pa pala. 

No words can explain the STUPIDITY of this man. He is vomit!!!

If it was a joke, then his candidacy is null and void. Somebody should take over his leadership.

People should have known it was a joke. What people believed was the passion behind that joke to defend Philippine territory. People are not “stupid” they were hopeful at that time. Words like STUPID and JOKE, I think that’s Duterte's administration. 


The Joke President in Phil history, for 6 yrs of  joke with 16M joke voters! Wtf..sana ganun na lng lang tlga so we could turn back the time.

Now take this fat ass healthy middle finger u fucked up President. He deserves every curse known in the world. You should rot in hell while still alive for being our worst nightmare.

What can we expect? Eh JOKE TIME lang naman talaga presidency niya. He is the WORST. 

This is what happens when an alcoholic, seemingly brain-damaged, toddler finds himself on a podium and gets his hands on a microphone. 

Ladies and gentlemen, the worst President in the history of the Philippines. Walang bayag. Walang silbi. Walang palabra de honor. Lahat ng sinasabi niya ay pawang katawa-tawa lang. Payaso sa kanyang circus government.

Clearly, you are just plain stupid if you still support Duterte up to this day. 


#DuterteTraydor 

#DuterteInutil 

#DutertePalpak 

#DuterteDuwag 

#DuterteTutaNgChina 

#duterteresign 

Monday, May 10, 2021

My Lives Behind the Proscenium by Celia Diaz Laurel book launch set on May 29




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How does one celebrate her 93rd birthday in this time of pandemic?

CELIA DIAZ LAUREL - Mother, wife, philanthropist, writer, painter, thespian, theater production and costume designer is all setto launch her latest coffeetable book
aptly titled‘MY LIVES BEHIND THE PROSCENIUM’ on May 29 via Facebook Live.

The book is dedicated to the following women and men whose encouragement and confidence helped her become an actress namely: Mother IMMACULADA (Assumption Convent); WILFRIDO MA. GUERRERO (UP Dramatic Club, University of the Philippines); SONIA RIFKIN and DO√ĎA TRINING LEGARDA (Manila Community Players); JAMES B. REUTER S.J.(Ave Maria Players and The Cathedral Players); CONSTANCE WELCH (Drama Department, Yale University); BEHN CERVANTES (who persisted in urging her to write this book about her life in the theatre); and husband SALVADOR ‘DOY’ LAUREL, who understood her calling and allowed her to grow not only as an actress but as a person.

The book chronicles the life that Celia Diaz Laurel led with chapter titles: Stage-struck at Five, Wartime Years, Dramatic UP Days, Yale Years, Back to the Stage at Repertory Philippines.

“Celia has written an entertaining story about her theatrical life in a straightforward, simple, style that not only will give the curious reader an insightinto her life and the social milieu of her time but is a historical narrative of the early years of Manila theatre and the personalities who were part of it. She writes about her early personal life as the background for the successful career she carved out for herself—not only as an actress but as a set and costume designer,” wrote Joy Virata in the foreword of the book.

Celia Diaz Laurel shares her insights about her book.“To become a painter one needs a medium such as charcoal, pastels, watercolor, oils or acrylic. Armed with an instrument such as a brush, a palette knife, or even your fingers to apply the medium on any surface you choose, you are free to paint anywhere you please - indoors or outdoors. But to become an actor one needs a good script, a director, actors to work with, a producer, a stage, lights, and most of all---an audience.

Not too many realize that the positive energy from an audience is an essential ingredient that makes, or un-makes, a show.

To win an audience everything behind the proscenium must transport the audience to another world - the imaginary world - that becomes alive and real on that stage when the lights go on.

The scenery is the audience’s first contact with the imaginary world. A perfect set establishes the mood, the time, and the place of the scene that unfolds.

Unless one has all the above elements, the desire to become an actor will remain an unfulfilled dream and your promising talent may just dissipate before an opportunity comes for you to be recognized. Your passion for the theater may, like dewdrops, drop into the sea of frustration – unfulfilled. I felt I most likely would become that dewdrop since I was painfully shy. Who could have caused opportunities to come my way? Not once did I audition for a role during my forty years behind the proscenium. My more than a hundred roles were blessings from above!

Living more than a hundred lives behind the proscenium made me understand the human heart. From my first role to my last –
I offered each performance as a sign of my gratitude to my Heavenly Producer.”

MY LIVES BEHIND THE PROSCENIUM is edited by Suzie Laurel-Delgado and Cocoy Laurel; Dulce Festin-Baybay (Editorial Consultant), Miriam R. Castillo (Project Coordinator), Sarah L. Sanz (Photo Editor),
Nestor Amador Malgapo Jr. (Book Design and Cover). Printed by GA Printing.

For book reservations and inquiries, kindly please contact Ms. Jenn Tejada c/o 88697298 Mon. - Fri. 1pm - 5 pm.

Online orders can be placed on May 29 Facebook Live launch/CeliaDiazLaurel.


Top Reasons Why Your Business Need Custom Badges



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Besides being expensive, many promotional products that have been in the market take more time to create. The main advantage of using a badge is that many people can put it on almost anywhere, reminding prospective customers about your company. There is a specific place for the customer with custom budge to add value to your promotional campaign.

It Creates a Personal Feeling

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