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A quick guide for the damned.
If you clicked on this story, then you know hell was meant for you. Welcome to the horde of the damned. Maybe you pissed off a priest or ran over a dog. Maybe you bookmarked Pornhub or let your rage out on ...
 
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The Birkenstock sandal is the perfect choice for the limited movement of the lockdown.   
When the only away-from-home activity you have is a once-a-week trip to find food, your perspective shifts. The things that matter lose meaning, while others acquire a new shine. Through the lens of the strange year, you realize that, yes, shoes with ...
 
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For the rookies in the trading scene.
Suck at money? Congrats. You’re part of the 99 percent of people in their 20s floundering when it comes to finance. Adulting is hard, and money is harder—especially when it’s your own and not your parents. My Two Cents is here to ...
 
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Eddie Ilarde pioneered radio and TV formats that survive to this day.
In 1953, Edgardo "Eddie" U. Ilarde opened the afternoon program of DZRH with his iconic voice that would become a staple for the radio station for the whole decade. “This is MBC, the Manila Broadcasting Company, DZRH, the voice of the Philippines. The ...
 
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Dior includes a Philippine ingredient in one of its most powerful perfumes.
Almost all fashion houses have designer perfumes, those little vials of juice that promise to impart the magic of a French or Italian label at a fraction of the cost of, say, an embroidered coat, a leather bag, or even a sneaker. ...
 
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Take a tour of the Svalbard Global Seed Vault in Norway.
Post-apocalyptic movies portray almost every scenario possible in the event of a crisis. Conserving seeds, however, is not one of them. And, it's one of the looming threats facing humanity. Case in point: Svalbard just recorded its hottest day ever at 21.2 degrees Celsius. ...
 
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A landmark study suggests Magellan’s crew made crucial stops in Palawan.
Very little is known about what happened in the days that followed the death of Ferdinand Magellan in Mactan. But Filipino historians believe the Spanish voyagers made several landings in Palawan, where they were attacked by the local Tagbanwas. Professor Michael Angelo Doblado, ...
 
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The empire's cruel human experiments on Filipinos during World War II.
It seems there is no end to human cruelty when there is war. We’re familiar with the stories of rape, murder, death marches, and enslavement. Filipinos were no strangers to this type of suffering during World War II. But little has been ...
 
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Here are the best (and easiest) countries to migrate to because we all have our own reasons.
When it comes to migrating, there really is no fast and easy shortcut. You probably know that it takes a lot of planning and preparation, but there are certain countries that offer better options with better chances for you. Here are the best ...
 
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How to emotionally and mentally deal with losing your job.
Thousands if not millions have lost or might soon lose their jobs as a result of the pandemic, creating an economic and social problem for Filipinos. A deeper look into the numbers and statistics will tell you a story of greater struggle—the ...
 
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The Monkey and the Turtle is the first children's tale in the Philippines.
July 21 is National Children’s Book Day in the Philippines. It also marks the date when Jose Rizal published in English the tale of The Monkey and the Turtle in the July 1889 issue of Trübner's Oriental Record in England.Top Story: Transwoman Billionaire Wants Clint ...
 
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Getting your affairs in order.
Suck at money? Congrats. You’re part of the 99 percent of people in their 20s floundering when it comes to finance. Adulting is hard, and money is harder—especially when it’s your own and not your parents. My Two Cents is here to break ...
 
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A nice—and subtle—flex.
No other design in the world of clothing has divided people the way logos have. One side sees them as unnecessary tacky and gaudy designs, while the other thinks logos are just plain fun. We're usually not one to pick sides, but ...
 
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The luxury watchmaker from Japan marks an important year with ultra-rare timepieces.
Grand Seiko, the premium label of the beloved Japanese watch brand, marks its 60th anniversary in 2020 and would have kicked off year-long celebrations in March. But then the world decided to have a meltdown and so plans for a Tokyo fete ...
 
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Here's a brief history of Rodante Marcoleta's politics.
As the nation closely watched the prolonged hearings on the renewal of ABS-CBN’s franchise, one man became the central figure opposing the network’s return to the airwaves: SAGIP partylist representative Rodante Marcoleta. Marcoleta was the most vocal lawmaker opposing the franchise renewal ...
 
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Here are 10 of the best whisky fragrances that will blow anyone away.
If you clicked on this, chances are, you're a whisky connoisseur. But, do you love whisky enough to smell like it? Don't answer that just yet because not all whisky scents are made the same. Some are dark and aromatic, but there are ...
 
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Here are the best apps you need to keep up with your love of sneakers.
The best thing about collecting sneakers is that you're part of a community. Now, you could disagree with that, but just the very fact that there are numerous sites, forums, and other outlets out there is proof of just how huge the sneakerhead community ...
 
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Matabungkay was a favorite getaway during the '80s and '90s.
Back in the ’80s and ’90s, the beach of Matabungkay was the ultimate destination for yuppies and college students who were looking for a perfect weekend getaway from the city. Families would also bring their kids to Matabungkay’s white sand beach during ...
 
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The global pandemic has given the award-winning director a lot of downtime, but he’s not spending his days at home idly.
It’s been four months since Jose Javier Reyes, the prolific creative who has directed 87 films and written more than 175 screenplays, worked on a movie. Just like the rest of the world, he’s been forced by the relentless pandemic to slow ...
 
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An essay on media bias, personal bias, and the inconsequentiality of the bias of it all.
When we talk of "bias" nowadays, we often refer to the buzzword circulating on critical remarks directed against the news media. As a mere observer of the circus known as contemporary political and social affairs, we may have really gone haywire unlike ...
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