FULL VIDEO: Senator Miriam Santiago’s privilege speech
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I wasn’t home while this was happening earlier this afternoon, but on the way to the bank and a meeting.
I had to listen on the radio and wished I could see Senator Miriam’s facial expression while giving her speech.
I can relate to her chronic fatigue syndrome, so I know that making this speech took a lot from her.
When you’re sick and tired it’s so easy to let evil people just get away with things because it’s the easiest thing to do.
Just mind your own business and live your own life.

I get bothered when people say everything that happens is God’s will and is meant to be. If that’s the case then should we just let things unfold and do nothing? How do you explain the Holocaust—was that God’s plan?
While listening to the speech in our car’s radio, all I could think of is how old is Enrile and at his age he should be preparing to meet his Maker.
I also thought I should stop patronizing Delimondo corned beef.

What Senator Miriam did today was brave because in our culture, the majority of evil people get away with shit and get celebrated. That’s why the Philippines remains high on the corruption index.
Only God knows what will happen to Enrile and his allies. I’m just glad it won’t take very long. The man is after all 89 years old.
Watch while Enrile plays Candy Crush and tell me what you think.

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Herschel Supply for Haiyan relief
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My friend Yodel and I were just talking about Herschel bags earlier and its simple, lightweight, cool designs.
By coincidence, my cousin RJ posted this image in his Instagram account

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I immediately went to the site and ordered two backpacks for my older boys.

Herschel for HaiyanHerschel for Haiyan

Herschel Supply promises to donate 100% of the sale price to Typhoon Haiyan relief.
Designed using inspiration from the Philippine flag, Herchel’s Heritage silhouette is constructed using a coated cotton-poly liner, colored rubber detailing and full-grain leather zipper pulls.

Herschel for Haiyan
Herschel for Haiyan

The Typhoon Haiyan Relief backpack is available exclusively through the Herschel Supply online store.
To order, click HERE.

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Have a Royce’ Christmas
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I received my first official Christmas gift from Royce’ Chocolate this week!
It’s a four-storey showcase of their Christmas offerings which I personally love to give and receive.

Royce' Christmas

The smallest package holds the Christmas Cookies—thick cookies half coated with mild milk chocolate. (Php 690)

Royce' Christmas
Royce' Christmas

The blue package—Christmas Pure Chocolate—is something I like to give kids who love chocolate—I mean who doesn’t? I love the festive gift wrapper. (Php 720)

Royce' Christmas

Inside are two kinds of individually wrapped chocolate—in Mild Milk and Creamy White chocolate.

Royce' Christmas

This one is for me! The Happy Collection makes me feel like a kid, with the Royce’ Kids series and other Royce’ favorites. (Php 1,700)

Royce' Christmas
Royce' Christmas

The biggest box—called Royce’ Christmas Selection—is great for giving families you love. Filled with Christmas Cookies, Royce’ Kids Pure Chocolate and other popular items. Comes in two sizes: Small (Php 2,370) and Large (Php 3,460).

Royce' Christmas
Royce' Christmas

Find them in Royce’ stores at Greenbelt 5, Eastwood Mall, Trinoma, Power Plant, Podium, and the Cake Club at Bonifacio High Street.

Royce' Christmas

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Songs for the Philippines now on iTunes
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Don’t stop helping yet! Buy music and help #YolandaPH.
The global music community has released a compilation from the biggest names in music to raise money for those affected by supertyphoon Haiyan in The Philippines.
Songs for the Philippines, a collection of 39 chart-topping hits and classic tracks, is now available worldwide on iTunes.

Songs for the Philippines

The artists, record companies and music publishers who are collaborating on this project together with iTunes have all agreed to donate proceeds from Songs For The Philippines to the relief efforts of the Philippine Red Cross.
Check out the titles in the track listing:

1. The Beatles – “Across The Universe”
2. Bob Dylan – “Shelter From The Storm”
3. Michael Bublé – “Have I Told You Lately That I Love You”
4. U2 – “In A Little While”
5. Bruno Mars – “Count On Me”
6. Beyoncé – “I Was Here”
7. Eminem – “Stan” (Live from BBC Radio 1)
8. Cher – “Sirens”
9. Adele – “Make You Feel My Love”
10. Katy Perry – “Unconditionally” (Johnson Somerset Remix)
11. One Direction – “Best Song Ever”
12. Fun. – “Carry On”
13. Lady Gaga – “Born This Way” (The Country Road version)
14. Justin Timberlake – “Mirrors”
15. Justin Bieber – “I Would”
16. Alicia Keys – “New Day”
17. Imagine Dragons – “30 Lives”
18. Madonna – “Like A Prayer”
19. P!nk – “Sober”
20. Kylie Minogue – “I Believe In You”
21. Enrique Iglesias – “Hero”
22. Red Hot Chili Peppers – “Factory Of Faith”
23. Linkin Park – “Roads Untraveled”
24. Kings Of Leon – “Use Somebody”
25. Muse – “Explorers”
26. Lorde – “The Love Club”
27. Josh Groban – “Brave”
28. Kelly Clarkson – “Stronger”
29. Paolo Nutini – “Simple Things”
30. Ellie Goulding – “I Know You Care”
31. James Blunt – “Carry You Home”
32. Pitbull feat. Christina Aguilera – “Feel This Moment”
33. Earth, Wind & Fire – “Sign On”
34. Apl.De.App – “Going Out” feat Damian Leroy
35. Sara Bareilles – “Brave”
36. Jessica Sanchez – “Lead Me Home”
37. Lily Allen – “Smile”
38. The Fray – “Love Don’t Die”
39. The Beatles – “Let It Be”

To know more, go to http://www.songsforphilippines.com

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