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You aren’t wealthy until you have something money can’t buy…

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Don’t base your decisions with the advice of those who don’t have to deal with the results…

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pomegran8:

you know what’s dumb
the concept of treating adolescents like children throughout the entirety of their teenage years and then at around age 17 pulling a complete 180 and expecting them to decide within the next couple years what they want to do with the rest of their lives

you put it in words

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I FUCKED UP


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I FUCKED UP

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  • test administrator:

    when you finish your test go back and read over your answers

  • me:

    i'm never goin back the past is in the past

Most mass media in the Philippines are run by advertisements. Even the largest broadsheets in the country cashin on ads that the inflow of funds from circulation pales incomparison. This makes the local media dependent on privatebusinesses and the government, which are the biggest advertisers.Ads could be the reason why large media networks practice self-censorship. During
Martial Law, Marcos paid movie advertisersto withhold ads in the anti-government Manila Times (Lent, 1974).During Joseph Estrada’s administration, the Office of the President sued the Philippine Daily Inquirer for publishing an interview thatimplicated him in a money laundering scandal. Estrada then bargained with the Inquirer, threatening to pullout all governmentads from the newspaper (CPJ, 2000). The Arroyo government alsothreatened to create a clearinghouse for government ads.

Other private interests, the big corporations in particular, alsocontribute to media repression in the country.

"Silent Assault: Multilevel Censorship as Media Repression in the Philippines"

Interesting links to #MCPIF and the Cybercrime Law of 2012.

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To be upset over what you don’t have is to waste what you do have…

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must be a really slow news day..

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must be a really slow news day..

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