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  1. Join Date
    Mar 2006
    hmmmm...konektado siguro sa heart condition niya iyan. hindi naman kasi ordinary heart disease ang affliction niya sa pag-kaka-alam ko

  2. Join Date
    Oct 2002
    connected or hinde sa heart niya, the sad thing is nakalusot pa rin....

    I'm willing to donate a plane ticket for him anywhere in the world basta sigurado na yun "heart attack" niya...hehehe

  3. Join Date
    Aug 2005
    Quote Originally Posted by baludoy View Post
    hmmmm...konektado siguro sa heart condition niya iyan. hindi naman kasi ordinary heart disease ang affliction niya sa pag-kaka-alam ko
    Anong heart condition heart condition, it all boils down to....

    Masama na pala yung pakiramdam niya for several days sumama
    pa siya at nag full steak dinner pa!

    Malamang super-thick porterhouse with all the trimmings like mashed
    potatoes, gravy ang inupakan ni kolokoy!

    Hmmm nagutom tuloy ako, makabili nga ng buy one-take one
    lamb chops sa Shopwise, hehehe!

  4. Join Date
    Aug 2008
    obviously, it's a very serious illness. kasi they're willing to issue a press release that a diarrhea caused an emergency landing in Japan. imagine, na lang bagong source ng mga jokes ito sa'tin.

    anyway, whatever it is or whatever our govt is covering up is not my concern. it's a personal thing. but I do hope the FG recovers.

  5. Join Date
    Sep 2003
    ^^ Naka-recover na Bro. Tumigil na yung pagsusuka ng puwet nya. Tapos na moro-moro.

    Baka nga sa Dec. 6, magugulat ka na lang nasa Las Vegas na yan, sa laban ni Pacquiao - DeLa Hoya.

  6. Join Date
    Sep 2004
    Gardemit! Nakalusot pa.

    I won't be a hypocrite, sana next time...alam niyo na.

  7. Join Date
    Aug 2005
    Mahirap talaga if kinakain mo nakaw....

  8. Join Date
    Jun 2007
    may araw din yang mga magnanakaw na yan. nakakalungkot lang, ginagawang t*nga ang pinoy. di kapani-paniwala excuses nila. oh well, sabi nga ni Ayn Rand,

    When you see that trading is done, not by consent, but by compulsion - when you see that in order to produce, you need to obtain permission from men who produce nothing - when you see that money is flowing to those who deal, not in goods, but in favors - when you see that men get richer by graft and by pull than by work, and your laws don't protect you against them, but protect them against you - when you see corruption being rewarded and honesty becoming a self-sacrifice - you may know that your society is doomed.
    God bless the Philippines for we are already doomed.

  9. Join Date
    May 2006
    Matibay talaga to, pareho sila ni Sir Raul...

  10. Join Date
    Jun 2005
    I got this from Lito Banayo's blog.

    Which brings me to how a friend of mine suspected the diarrhea drama in the skies above the Pacific as a Ludlumesque caper.

    Here are his “facts”:

    “In every presidential trip, whether foreign or local, there is always a doctor on board. In Erap’s case, it was the late Dr. Larry Jhocson. I don’t know what witch doctor accompanies the couple (tu eres muy salvaje, tu!), but certainly there is one. Surely that doctor knows the symptoms of diarrhea. Why even a comadrona would know that you don’t check the heart, you check the toilet.

    “The chartered PAL plane (courtesy of Dr. Lucio or the taxpayers?) was four hours away from LAX (Los Angeles Airport) when the plane was ordered to land in Japan. (The plane landed in Osaka between 11 and midnight, Manila time, about seven hours after it left NAIA. PAL’s intrepid pilots fly Manila to California direct in 11 hours.) PAL executives say it took them two hours to backtrack to Osaka, whose Kansai airport is half-an-hour away from a hospital. Could not the doctor on board have kept a diarrhea patient stable enough for another two hours, and landed at LAX, thereby, not disrupting GMA’s flight schedule?”, my friend asked.

    “Or was it a case of the presidential party being alerted by phone that someone among them was going to be picked up by FBI authorities upon landing at LAX, for money laundering activities? Remember that in the wake of Lehman, Merrill Lynch, AIG and so many other Wall Street corpses, the federal anti-money laundering task forces may have found the smoking gun documents about the financial capers of someone in the presidential party,” he suspects.

    “That would have been a terrible embarrassment, and because no one else in the party aboard PAL Flight No. 001 was important enough to merit a reason to retreat and fly back except either the president or her husband, the latter had to feign illness.” (Talagang parang Robert Ludlum novel, salvaje tu eres.)

    I asked, “would he do this for Rey David, or Vivian Yuchengco or Winston de Cebu, or whoever else have been rumoured to have lost hundreds of millions of dollars in wrongly-placed investments in those “noble” houses of finance?”

    My friend shot back quickly through the net --- “But whose millions did they invest?”, and continues with his fantastic, imagined novelette: “How come his doctors, including Juliet Cervantes’ escort, Jose Ledesma, who is not a doctor, were ready to fly as soon as possible, and Ramon Ang was so quick on the draw in the wee hours with a San Miguel plane to fly the doctors, including Mike Arroyo’s yaya, Juris Soliman, to Japan? They took off at about 2 a.m., landed in Osaka at about 6 a.m., got Mike out of the hospital because he was in no danger at all, and could easily fly another four hours without any mortal danger. Why, they landed in Manila at about 2 or 3 pm the same day, which means that the fetching party just had three hours in Osaka, enough time to have breakfast with Mike, and bundle him off back to Kansai airport, right?”

    “If he was really sick, why not a night more in Osaka for observation? Why the immediate flight home? Huwag mong sabihing nagtitipid sila. (Oo nga naman, pwede rin ngang nagpa-diagnose muna sa heh, heh, heh … Osaka Iridology Clinic.) And then, he continues, “pagpasok sa St. Luke’s, labas kaagad. Diarrhea lang daw.”

    “Hindi ba parang komedya, moro-moro lang lahat?” And then he segues once more to his money-laundering hypothesis. Like I said, he read everything from Ludlum to Trevanian to Grisham to Sheldon during the martial law years and beyond.

    :yawn: [SIZE="1"]3876[/SIZE]

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