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View Poll Results: Senate's verdict on CJ

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  • Guilty!

    58 84.06%
  • Not Guilty

    9 13.04%
  • i couldn't care less

    2 2.90%
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    #621
    Quote Originally Posted by Retz View Post
    hindi ko ata napansin si karen ngayon araw.
    Sibakin na yang Karen na yan. Nakaka irita pag nag salita at pag nag interview. Buti na lang si Web ngayon.

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    #622
    Quote Originally Posted by CoDer View Post
    Sibakin na yang Karen na yan. Nakaka irita pag nag salita at pag nag interview. Buti na lang si Web ngayon.
    sakit nga sa tenga boses ni karen.
    parang kinakapos sa hangin na nai-iri na ewan......

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    #623

    ^^^ Bedroom voice iyan, bro...
    14.7K:cow:

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    #624
    More...Google search results include ******* files.

    Why Should You Fear SOPA and PIPA? - Forbes

    Passage of SOPA or PIPA will essentially allow the Government to shut down the DNS (Domain Name Server) that directed a URL such as Google or Download music, movies, games, software! The Pirate Bay - The galaxy's most resilient Bit******* site to the physical address of the server its IP address such as (254.196.2.x). Domain names are simply a fancy and more informative way for you to find a website since the data for a website resides on a server somewhere and that server has a digital address identified by something called an IP or (internet Protocol) address. The Bills target the DNS servers that direct users from the URL name to the IP address. For most users, shutting down an infringing DNS address would prevent them from reaching the website that contained the infringing content or the link to the infringing content. It would NOT however stop the pirate from typing in IP address of (256.196.2.x) as an example, to reach the same content. In short, it wouldn’t stop the pirates from downloading illegal content any more than background checks stop a gang member from purchasing a hand gun. Gang members don’t buy guns legally and Pirates, hackers and criminals never open the legal route either. It’s simply too messy and too easy to get caught. SOPA and PIPA are dangerous, half-baked solutions that will cost millions of jobs, stifle innovation and ultimately do nothing to stop piracy at all. It could be used as a solution for those in Government that seek to silence their opposition, even if that was never the intention.

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    #625
    Oops...wrong thread. Can't edit it cause the edit function is screwed up.


    The prosecution was complaining that they already had witnesses lined up when the court was adjourned. The judges haven't decided whether the Article (which is vague and poorly written) would allow any evidence beyond the SALN...

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    #626
    Sibakin na yang Karen na yan. Nakaka irita pag nag salita at pag nag interview. Buti na lang si Web ngayon.
    sakit nga sa tenga boses ni karen.
    parang kinakapos sa hangin na nai-iri na ewan.....
    huuuuuu! Wala lang kayo babaeng spokesperson. Yung sa inyo kagaya ng username ko...... mukhang tomboy.

    Si puro angas tupas ayaw nyo sibakin.

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    #627
    Quote Originally Posted by tomboy

    huuuuuu! Wala lang kayo babaeng spokesperson. Yung sa inyo kagaya ng username ko...... mukhang tomboy.

    Si puro angas tupas ayaw nyo sibakin.
    Masyado kang hot at galit na galit Sa prosecution hinde mo na alam pinaguusapan naghihilo ka na... Si Karen DAVILA pinaguusapan nila at hinde Si charice look alike...

    Easy Lang kasi Sa reply deep breath muna at basahin mabuti....

    Don't let anger cloud the friendly banter here...

    Nahahalata tuloy na masyado mong sineseryso Ang usapan n impeachment :rofl:
    Last edited by shadow; January 25th, 2012 at 09:52 AM.

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    #628
    Enrile: Are you saying that the court shall accept hearsay evidence?
    Tupas: No, im not saying that your honor.
    Enrile: Are you saying that the court should allow leading testimonial evidence?
    Tupas: No, your honor.
    Enrile: Then what do you want by being liberal?
    Tupas: I want this court to be flexible. Blah Blah...


    langhya, nilabasan ako dito kay tupas. parang babae. he should be direct and straight to the point on what he wants. ang lenient na nga ni manong johnny.

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    #629
    Ah si karen davila ba. Sa channel 2 pala kayo nanunuod ah. Ibang channel ako.

    Correction nga pala. heart evangelista or mariel rodriguez lookalike.

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    #630
    Quote Originally Posted by Monseratto View Post
    Oops...wrong thread. Can't edit it cause the edit function is screwed up.


    The prosecution was complaining that they already had witnesses lined up when the court was adjourned. The judges haven't decided whether the Article (which is vague and poorly written) would allow any evidence beyond the SALN...

    Ano daw ang kailangan from the prosecution? amendments or memorandum to allow evidences beyong SALN?

Impeachment against CJ Corona..