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Comment by Pinoyka Blog on August 19, 2009 at 3:04am
Protest at Malacanang

Members of the Presidential Security Group (PSG) and policemen use a baton and steel barricade to disperse students who are holding a protest in front of the Malacanang presidential palace in Manila August 19, 2009 to condemn President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo and her entourage for dining in posh restaurants abroad which included a $20,000 dinner in New York and a $15,000 dinner in Washington. At least 20 students were arrested and two photographers were hurt during the dispersals.

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Comment by Pinoyka Blog on August 16, 2009 at 6:41am
Alpha Music Pulls Out Banana for the Bishops

Corruption is fine. Bananas are bad.
The record company that distributed the Banana single has decided to pull out the album from music stores after a bishop raised the alarm over the song's sexual undertones.

Alpha Music Inc., pulled out Blank Tape's album Friday, after Caloocan Bishop Deogracias Iñiguez Jr. called for a ban of the song on the radio.

"Alpha holds in high respect the views of the Church and it is not the intention of our company to release a recorded work that is deemed offensive," Alvin de Vera, EVP of Alpha told GMA News.

Banana, which is a Filipino adaptation of Akon's catchy Right Now, had been playing extensively in several FM radio stations and was also featured in several TV shows for months, prior to the bishop's call.

Despite denying any sexual innuendos in the song's lyrics, Blank Tape apologized to the Church for producing the song.

"Hindi naman namin sinasadya na ganoon (That wasn't our intention)," Blank Tape said.

The singer/rapper maintained that the song merely tackled the health benefits from eating a banana.

"Kung hindi kayo mahilig sa banana lalabo mata ninyo (If you don't eat a banana your eyes will get weak)," he added.

But the bishop still wants at least one more song yanked off the air for what he claimed were sexual connotations.

Iñiguez said the song Nagmamahal Ako ng Bakla (I Love Gay Men) by Dagtang Lason has disturbing sexual undertones.

"The song has a meaning that is sexual," Iñiguez, who heads the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines public affairs unit, said in an interview on Church-run Radio Veritas Thursday.

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Comment by Pinoyka Blog on July 23, 2009 at 3:09am
Goria Makasakal Arrovo Commissions the Transformers to Capture Terr...

Goria Makasakal Arrovo

Terrorists and kidnap-for-ransom groups beware: the President has commissioned the Transformers to aid state armed forces in ending lawlessness in the country.
President "Goria Makasakal Arrovo," that is.

President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo's newest impersonator, played by 21-year-old University of the Philippines student and performer Norman Brito, issued his "State of the Nanay Address" before hundreds of Filipiniana-clad women and civil society personalities on Wednesday afternoon to parody President Arroyo's own upcoming State of the Nation Address on July 27.

Arrovo, dressed to the nines in a puffy, sparkly purple Filipiniana, captured the audience with his nearly dead-on impersonation of Mrs. Arroyo, not-so-underhanded swipes at political issues, and frequent pop culture references, the reference to the popular cinematic giant robots included.

"In line with our efforts to modernize the Armed Forces, I am proud to have recruited the Transformers. Optimus Prime is the newest consultant of the Department of National Defense," Arrovo said, his statement eliciting loud laughter from the audience.

To address unemployment, Arrovo said he wants one "masahista" (masseuse) in every Filipino family by 2012. "The Philippines will become the massage center of the Asia Pacific region with 8 million-strong masahistas," he said, grinning at the crowd like he was very pleased with himself.

And to solve the corruption menace: "I have asked all government agencies to issue internal memos limiting kickbacks and payolas to 50 percent para hindi bumubukol."

Arrovo said he made the order based on ZTE-NBN star witness' Rodolfo Noel "Jun" Lozada Jr.'s "advice" to "moderate the greed."

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