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SM Baguio 3-Day Sale: Shop, save and win a Suzuki Ertiga

Its Octoberrrrrr! The beginning of the last quarter of the year, where Filipinos start to seriously think about shopping for the holidays.

Holiday spending plans are made during this time thinking of what to buy, who to give it to and where to buy it. SM Baguio is having another exciting 3-Day sale on October 17-19, 2014.

Mark the dates and come on a Saturday
With a minimum Php5,000 single receipt purchase on a Saturday and Sunday, get up to 60% savings exclusively for SM Rewards card, BDO credit card holders or SM Advantage cards. Get the box fan on the photo for only P499! Thats a lot of savings… and comfort for your home too 
Wait, there’s more
There’s an extra 2-hour special for cardholders on Friday from 10am up to 12nn, get an additional 10% rebate from your purchases with a single receipt of P5,000. Use your BDO master cards and get up to 10% more or 3% more. Cardholders availing of this promo will also get to win a Samsung Galaxy S5. And it keeps getting better.

mark the dates…

The future of politics in the Philippines

I tried my best to avoid discussions about Philippine politics ever since I realized it is not good for my health. Although we publish a local community paper, we try our best to do away with politicians and issues concerning them.

In fact at one point, I turned my back on political blogging, which admittedly raked in millions of organic hits for my blog in 2009 to 2010. I was an angry citizen. I share my community’s views online, regardless of whether I get the ire of politicians. The people’s voice need to be heard.

In 2014, I am angry again. And I can’t help it. I live in the Philippines. Although I am a selective news consumer, the media is so busy pounding political issues and current events are mostly towards political mudslinging, demolition jobs and the like in our faces.

Being an observer for quite a time, i thought of coming up with my own futuristic vision of what Philippine politics will become in the near future.

Here is my fearless forecast of what’s gonna be the future …