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    #21
    grabe talaga. i hope this willnot happen again sa area na yan.sarap maging vigilante when isee this type of news sa mga inosenteng tao.

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    #22
    sana nga may mga vigilante kasi padami ng padami ang masasamang tao ngayon. Condolense nalang sana mawala na yun mga masasama sa mundo

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    #23
    personally speaking, i commend the guy for his act. it may be futile and insane to others, but to me, it was bravery and courage. perhaps he was acting on his principles or just plain too arrogant to be held-up by people smaller than him. the good fact is, he died fighting, he died for a cause and he died almost instantly, with the littlest time of suffering. he may have died for a few pesos to some, but that few pesos may be priceless in terms of principles and dignity. i'd rather die this way than by torture, cancer or any other disease. to his family, it is indeed a terrible loss. but look at it this way, be proud of him instead so the pain won't be too much. and always think that he's in a better place now. he's the lucky one. while we're still stuck here in this crazy world. buti na rin lang wala pang anak yung guy, otherwise, medyo stupid na ginawa nya. hehehe. kidding. good things always come out of bad things in a bigger way.

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    #24
    this is the way of the filipinos , the law protecting the law breakers ,yang opposition gnugulo ang lahat ,yang gobyerno pinoprotektahan lang yung mga naka pwesto ..suggestion lang po.. tangalin nalang ang batas palagay ko mas tatahimik ang pilipinas, kung lahat tayo klanya kanya nalang ng armas , para pag may problema barilan nalang o d hindi pa sisikip sa trafic ang kalsada .. basta ako tatayu ko buss. funeraria ,,.cgurado dami laging patay ,,palagay ko tatahimik ang pilipinas..

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    #25
    well, we have a mandarayang gobyerno, and an opposition consisting of former marcos cronies........ what do you expect? sunugin na lang lahat ng kurakot at mandaraya sa gobyerno, para mabawasan abusado!

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    #26
    the guy is into kendo kaya lumaban.
    yes, this is a sad story.
    others would say na dapat hindi siya lumaban.
    but we can also think about the thought why they were there.
    a better question would be.. why did they have to walk along Gov. Forbes (they came from Dapitan) going to Espana..when they can pass through the campus.
    answer: Students are not allowed to pass through the hospital when they want to go inside the campus (this is their only possible route.)

    sana lang wala nang sumunod na insidente na ganito..
    and i wish students will be allowed to pass through the hospital.

    (ang impormasyong ito ay galing sa aking bunsong kapatid na isang nursing student, member ng student council, who's pleading na sana padaanin na sila sa hospital.)

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    #27
    Sorry ha, kasi mukhang magka-halong krimen at pulitika itong thread na ito based on the posts. So in the end, I think the conclusion is: si GMA ang pumatay dun sa kawawang estudyante. Tama ba ang pagkaka-konek-konek ko?

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    #28
    Just like the director from ABS-CBN who died acting as a peacemaker, these pinoys who have spent parts of childhood in the US are more principle oriented than most pinoys who grew up locally. In a society which largely behaves as if laws were meant to broken, such acts of bravery are treated as foolhardy and a warning for others not to stand up for themselves. The fact that most of the criminals are never caught or are able to escape prosecution only serves to make their sacrifices meaningless. It wasn't always like this in the past but our willingness to forget the sins of Marcoses and other famous people has come to haunt us. Criminals (big or small) now believe that they can get away with anything. We have to take our own means of protecting ourselves and our loved ones because the government neither cares or does do enough to do their job of preserving peace and order.

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    #29
    Quote Originally Posted by EL Chicane
    Sorry ha, kasi mukhang magka-halong krimen at pulitika itong thread na ito based on the posts. So in the end, I think the conclusion is: si GMA ang pumatay dun sa kawawang estudyante. Tama ba ang pagkaka-konek-konek ko?
    Ok yan bro.

    Pero tama po yung point, ang mga police ay masyadong busy sa kakabantay dito sa mga walang magawa kundi manggulo. Mas importante sa kanila ang kani-kanilang polital ambitions o careers, madlang pipol ang nagsa-suffer ng consequence.

    Dapat sila ang rumonda gabi-gabi, tutal may kanya-kanya namang escorts/bodyguards mga yan e!

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    #30
    Quote Originally Posted by coiter
    personally speaking, i commend the guy for his act. it may be futile and insane to others, but to me, it was bravery and courage. perhaps he was acting on his principles or just plain too arrogant to be held-up by people smaller than him. the good fact is, he died fighting, he died for a cause and he died almost instantly, with the littlest time of suffering. he may have died for a few pesos to some, but that few pesos may be priceless in terms of principles and dignity.
    bossing coiter.....what "principles" are you referring to? he died for a cause? what cause? im sorry but im just curious

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