Archive for January 24, 2012

CORTEZ: Governor Marlyn

GOVERNOR MARLYN! Hindi daw po isa sa mga binabangit na former congressman ang lalaban para governor. Isang incumbent congresswoman di umano ang lalaban para governor ng Pangasinan.

Kumusta na po ALCALA VICE MAYOR PAOLO MENCIAS! Congratulations po sa mga projects niyo lalo na iyong para sa kalusugan at edukasyon.

Libre ang operasyon sa katarata doon at maraming mahihirap ang nakinabang.

Maayos ang working relation ni Vice Mayor Mencias kay Mayor Manuel Collado kaya maayos ang kanilang panunungkulan.

Sana ay pamarisan sila ng Rosales…tama po ba councilor Romy Sim?

Eto naman po ay narinig ko lang sa isang pulong.

Hindi po si former Rep. Mark Cojuangco ang lalaban bilang governor. Hindi po si former Rep. Jose De Venecia ang lalaban bilang governor. Hindi rin po si former Rep. Conrado M. Estrella III ang lalaban bilang governor.

Malaki na ang karanasan ni Rep. Marlyn Agabas sa public service sa Pangasinan at ang dulo nito ay ang maging Pangasinan Governor.

Naging councilor, board member, vice governor, congresswoman…target: governor.

Sa panahon na nangailangan si PNoy ng dagdag na prosecutor para sa impeachment ni Chief Justice Corona…Rep. Marlyn Agabas ang lumitaw.

Malaking utang na loob ni PNoy kay Rep. Marlyn Agabas na maging team ng prosecutors laban kay CJ Corona.

Dahil sa impeachment, mapapalapit na si Rep. Marlyn Agabas sa kusina ng mga KKK ni PNoy.

Dahil mapapalapit na sa kusina ni PNoy si Rep. Marlyn Agabas pwede na siyang maging administration candidate ni PNoy.

Malaking tulong sa eleksiyon ang maging kandidato para governor ng isang incumbent na presidente.

Nakikita naman natin na kung ano ang gusto ni PNoy…ito ang nangyayari.

Noong ginusto ni PNoy na maging speaker si Rep. Belmonte, naging speaker siya.

Noong ginusto ni PNoy na maalis si Gutierez sa Ombudsman, natangal nga!

Noong ginusto ni PNoy na mma-impeahc ng Congress si CJ Corona, na-impeach nga!

Kapag ginusto ni PNoy na si Rep. Marlyn ang Governor ng Pangasinan…magkatotoo kaya?

Kumusta po kay URDANETA CITY COUNCILOR RIO ESTEVES, kapag walang session at iba pang obligasyon ay nasa bukid si Councilor Esteves. (more…)

January 24, 2012 at 9:10 am 1 comment

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EDITORIAL: First cordless phone

The anti terrorism component of disconnecting all cellular phone signals in the vicinity of Quiapo and the resulting complaints that followed should make the people of Pangasinan rethink of the people’s dependence on cellular phones.

The provincial government needs to assess its present communication set if ever a president sees terrorist threat that may happen in Pangasinan.

We know that Punong Barangays were issued radio communications equipment and landline and the question are…

Are the communication equipment still fully accounted for?

Are the communication equipment still functioning?

According to the website Mohammad, the first “cordless” phone was made by ALLAH. It was the model called Prayer, it never lost a signal, the recharging is done by the Holy Spirit. Use anywhere , any second, any minute , any hour ,and the best thing is you don’t need a space to carry… it is fixed by the day you born in your heart and in your mind so use it and get the best reward.

Everyone is very dependent on cellular phones and the Quiapo experience should teach us that in one stroke cellular phones will become useless even in life and death situations.

The people’s last resort as they often do in times of calamities and disasters is to turn to prayer.

Bob Ong once said, “ayokong nasasanay sa mga bagay na pwede namang wala sa buhay ko.”

Everyone has a cell phone now. But a lot of powerful people have learned not to have a cellular phone.

Billionaire Warren Buffett doesn’t use one…46-year-old Russian Billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov who owns the New Jersey Nets and a presidential candidate for 2012 doesn’t use one.

People up to the 90’s were not dependent on cellular phones and they had great conversation.

Can Pangasinan be a happy place to live in without cellular phones?

January 24, 2012 at 9:03 am Leave a comment

MAGANES: It’s more fun in the Philippines!

I just don’t know why the Department of Tourism (DOT) coined its new slogan- It’s more fun in the Philippines! when previous administrations have already coined the tourism slogan that already captured or lured the interests of both local and foreign tourists.

We have before Mabuhay Philippines by the country’s flag carrier, Philippine Airlines and then the Wow Philippines of the Department of Tourism under then Secretary Dick Gordon under President Fidel V. Ramos’ administration. Wow Philippines was not altered under President Gloria Macapagal -Arroyo’s administration.

What’s in a slogan? Does changing the “Wow Philippines into “It’s more fun in the Philippines,” changes the tourism realities that we are left behind other countries in tourism development and promotions? Will “It’s more fun in the Philippines” really promote our tourist destinations that have not been developed or have been neglected for years? (more…)

January 24, 2012 at 9:02 am Leave a comment

Harbest conducts farmers’ techno-forum

By Virgilio Sar. Maganes

ROSALES- The Harbest Agribusiness Corporation conducted a techo-forum on the latest trends on vegetable farming last January 14 in its farm demonstration site in Carmen East village here.

Farmers from various parts of the country including those in Pangasinan were the participants who were treated to farm demonstration on new farm implement, the use of more profitable vegetable seeds and other agricultural technologies that will assure higher yields of farmers.

Harbest President Arsenio Barcelona said the techno-forum known as “Agri-Kapihan” aimed to present to the farmers of the newest trends in vegetable crop production. (more…)

January 24, 2012 at 8:55 am 1 comment

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