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    Under the cover of a transport caravan para di matangalan ng franchise...

    MANILA, Philippines - Transport groups have begun to rally support for a massive strike planned for Thursday.

    Urban groups handed out flyers at Philcoa in Quezon City, while a coalition against oil price increase in Caloocan held a noise barrage.

    They blame government for failing to act on the series of fuel price hikes.

    Transport group Piston said simultaneous protests will be held in different parts of the country like Isabela, Santiago, Baguio, Laguna, Bicol and Metro Manila on Thursday.

    "Fifty jeeps ang sasali. Ang reklamo namin 'yong patuloy na pagtaas ng presyo ng langis," said Piston president George San Mateo.

    They will march from Quezon City Circle to the main office of oil giant Chevron Philippines in Makati City.

    Protest actions will also be held in different areas in Metro Manila which will be participated in by government employees.

    Different government agencies have met to discuss preparations for Thursday's protests.

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    perwisyo na naman nito sa mga commuters.

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    ok yan. bawas traffic. last time na may strike wala naman akong napansin na stranded. luwag luwag pa ng kalsada.

    araw arawin nyo yan para walang traffic!

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    Hope those pricks from LFS won't do their PLANKING in the middle of Espana and Welcome Rotunda like the last time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monseratto View Post
    Hope those pricks from LFS won't do their PLANKING in the middle of Espana and Welcome Rotunda like the last time.
    Bring a huge SUV and slowly roll forward. Let's see how dedicated they are to their cause. hehehe :evil:

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghosthunter View Post
    Bring a huge SUV and slowly roll forward. Let's see how dedicated they are to their cause. hehehe :evil:
    Or my ipis suggestion from before.

    Sige, strike kayo para walang traffic. Very nice cause as well, pressuring the Philippine gov't to bring down gas prices worldwide.

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    sprinkle plankers with lots of sugar

    hehe

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    asin nalang. mahal asukal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vinj View Post
    Or my ipis suggestion from before.
    Throw a large bag full of live roaches at the plankers.... LOL!

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    but salt won't attract ants hehe

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Transport groups ready for Thursday's strike