Monday, July 18, 2011

Could This Article Possibly Explain Albie Casino's Behavior?

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A reader found this article entitled B for D: The Lowdown on Dyslexia and Other Learning Disabilities that was published on Female Network.com in 2006. Let me share excerpts of this article with you.

Slowpoke. Stupid. Bobo. Weirdo. Nine-year-old Albie Casino has heard them all. He didn’t have friends in the exclusive boys’ school he attended from prep to grade two. Nobody wanted to play with him. One day, when he asked his mom Rina if he could bring his Koosh Ball to school, her heart broke as Albie explained: “If I don’t have it, nobody will play with me.”

It’s not because Albie looks different. A handsome boy, he has even modeled for a magazine. A smart one, he was one of the top 30 who passed his school’s prep entrance exam, which 1,000 or so boys took. But Albie can’t read or spell as well as the other children can. He reads “brop” for “drop,” “whon” for “whom,” “flit” for “felt,” “they had tried” for “they had trained.” He spells “entr” for “enter,” “maek” for “make,” “surkol” for “circle.” Albie, you see, has dyslexia.

Albie was tested by his school’s guidance department after his teacher noticed his difficulty with reading. The teacher also noted that Albie would excuse himself from class whenever there was a board activity or when it was time for his remedial reading classes. When told that their son had dyslexia. Albie’s parents initially refused to believe it, saying, “Ano ba ‘yan? Baka okey lang.” It was only after Rina read up on the subject and then learned that two of Albie’s cousins were dyslexic did acceptance come.

Acting on the recommendation of the school’s guidance department, Albie’s parents brought him to Wordlab School in Quezon City, a private educational institution that assesses and works with children with learning disabilities. Wordlab recommended an after-school reading intervention program for Albie. They also wrote Albie’s school a list of things they could do for the boy to help him cope. Among these were giving him reading texts in advance so that he can have more time to practice on them, and giving him more time to take written tests.

His school was traditional and the atmosphere very competitive, however, so the requests couldn’t be accommodated. Albie was transferred to a progressive school. In this new school, classes are limited to 13 students for all grade levels and non-traditional ways of teaching are accommodated. The teachers slow down until the students understand a lesson; homework is not piled on, and addition techniques are taught with a rhythmic dance. All around, children are motivated to learn at their own pace.

Boost His Self-esteem
Albie is now in grade three in this school, and his parents can’t help but notice how much his self-esteem has shot up. Says Rina, “He has friends now and his social skills improved very much. He doesn’t say ‘I can’t’ that much anymore.”

83 comments:

  1. wow.. now we know

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  2. if albie has dislexia, this doesn't mean that he is still free to do whatever things he wanted to do just like what he allegedly did to andi, most specially the way he disowned his own child.

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    1. Hindi kaya...masama talaga ang ugali ni Andi? I know this boy. He is a good guy. And he is young for Ch*** sake!

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  3. poor andi's son/daughter. :(

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  4. umm, how does having dyslexia relate to fathering a child, and explain the way he and his family handled the issue?

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  5. This article only reads that he has a learning disability, can't be the reason why he's acting that way. Though being called as 'Slowpoke. Stupid. Bobo. Weirdo.' could have made damaged.

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  6. And by the way, sana hindi maging dyslexic anak nila ni Andi at mga anak ng anak ni Andi.. oh, you get the picture.

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  7. dyslexia is never an excuse for irresponsibility. imo, let's not blame the disorder for his inability to see his faulty judgement.

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  8. completely does not justify his actions. dyslexia has nothing to do with being irresponsible.

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  9. Islow ang mga dislexic... kaya mare-realize nya lang na kups sya, pag 18 yo na anak nya, na harinawa'y di magmana sa kanya ng ka-responsablehan. E yung nanay na kunsintidora, ano naman kaya ang diprensya?

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  10. Hi FP,
    I was with my cousin lastnght na friend niya si Albie. she told me hinde daw "SURE" si albie na siya yung tatay na dinadala ni andi, coz according to my cousin Andie has a lot of boys talaga kahit sila pa ni andie ma-boys talaga siya kaya ayaw niya aminin and its not true daw pinilit ni albie painumin ng abortin pills blah blah si andie..and remember nung nagwala si Andi sa twitter that is the time that andie learned that she's pregnant nag status pa nga siya sa facebook status niya "FML" coz hinde niya alam ang gagawin niya.

    thats the reason why ayaw mag salita yung si albie. ksi daw hinde siya "SURE". anyways, malalaman natin yan pag labas ng bata! :))

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  11. This doesn't explain anything, especially not HIS MOTHER's behavior.

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  12. dyslexia does not really equate to douchery.

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  13. Having dyslexia doesn't equate to being irresponsible and soon to be deadbeat dad. unless of course due to his "illness" he thinks getting someone pregnant means ditching them and not taking responsibility for it.. What a rotten family..

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  14. I agree with anon 1:39AM dyslexia is a learning disability, not an excuse for being irresponsible

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  15. just my two cents.

    the article informed us about albie's dyslexia alright, but it did not categorically say that it was the "actual reason" of albie's recent indiscretions. besides, parang myopic ang understanding sa article kung sabihing dyslexia ang tinuturong reason for albie's recent deeds.

    root cause lang ang dyslexia ng personality development ni albie; like all of us, confluence pa rin ng different factors, kaya naging ganun siya.

    for instance, he obviously did not have a normal and happy childhood kahit siguro sabihin na may kaya pamilya niya. when one did not experience a happy childhood, he/she tends to become an "angry" person growing up, iba ibang level lang and iba ibang ways namamanifest yung anger. more often than not pa and worse, walang psychological help or proper treatment na ibinigay during the developmental years of the child dahil tinolerate or dinisregard yung nakitang mga symptoms or masyadong na-spoil yung bata, because of poverty, lack of awareness, indifference or helplessness of the parents.

    in the case of albie, mukhang yung dyslexia lang ang trineat if we go by fp's article alone, wala namang na-mention kasi about his emotional treatment especially that he was a victim of bullying and ridicule which resulted to his very low self-esteem and feeling of being unwanted. di ba ngayon, some say that albie is going out with the wrong crowd. it should not come as a surprise if it were true, kasi di ba yan yung mga taong sinasabing "galit sa mundo" at sila-sila yung mga nakakaintindi sa isa't-isa and nakakanurture and fuel ng feeling of anger nila through all their "sad" stories.

    for me, more than his mom's defense or the company of his so-called friends, i think albie needs a shrink or at least a counselor, stat. iba rin kasi when words come from dispassionate, partial and level-headed people. hindi yung mga "kampi-kampi" or mga "udyok udyok". he has nothing to lose naman na eh noh, but everything to gain.

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  16. Being dyslexic doesn't excuse one person from something that he did wrong. Hindi nya pinanindigan ung bata, we're talking about another life here. Kung may konsensya ung pamilya nya, kahit ano pang sakit ni Albie, aakuin nila ung responsibilidad na ginawa ng anak nila. Dahil lang dyslexic sya, pwede na syang bumuntis at mang-iwan nlng? Do u think that's right?

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  17. andi is indeed better off without a father to her child.... however, in my opinion, this article does not explain whey albie acted the way he acted with regard to andi´s pregnancies... dyslexia does not have anything to do with being responsible...mark gil was right... where are indeed the parents of this boy?... did he ever had parents to guide him?... sorry FP but dyslexia is not he culprit.

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  18. Dyslexia is not an excuse!

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  19. i don't think so.

    dyslexia is a learning disability and there are ways to improve a child's condition.

    abandoning your pregnant girlfriend and not owning up to one's responsibility has in no way any relation to being dyslexic.

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  20. I agree with Anonymous 1:39 AM. How does this relate at all to the issue? And as the article said, he was able to cope and adjust when he was transferred to a school that could address his needs. Dyslexia is a LEARNING disability, not a personality or psychological disorder, and NOTHING prevents a person with dyslexia into maturing into a well-adjusted adult (examples: Anderson Cooper, Anthony Hopkins, Kiera Knightley, Patrick Dempsey, Orlando Bloom).

    So, no. I don't see how this explains Albie's behavior.

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  21. Well Tom Cruise was dyslexic as a child but he became a superstar anyway... If Albie is autistic then his behavior would be more acceptable but he's not

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  22. parang iba naman yun, feeling ko d na connect asi nakapag cope up na siya jan at nabigyan na ng karampatang intervention, i think sa mom nia reng may topak yan nagsimula e bad influence choz

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  23. I don't really see how dyslexia can be connected to his behavior. Maybe ADHD yes, but dyslexia?

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  24. Just because you have dyslexia, doesn't mean you can be abusive to other people. Hindi ka lang marunong magbasa ng tama, mananampal ka na ng babae? That's bullsh!t kung yan ang gagawin nyang excuse.

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  25. OMG! but i don't think being a dyslexic doesn't give him an excuse for beating andi, (though there's no evidence yet, regarding that "other" issue"), some actors like the one who got the "managinip, maniwala, mabuhay" S1 grand winner, hot momma got impregnated didn't really admit that he's the father as well , and that is as far as i can remember >_<
    but anyway, the best way that he can do or his family can do right now is get out of their cave and clear their name.

    -chyNkay

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  26. Dyslexia is a specific learning disability that is neurological in origin.

    It is characterized by difficulties with accurate and/or fluent word recognition, and by poor spelling and decoding abilities.

    These difficulties typically result from a deficit in the phonological component of language that is often unexpected in relation to other cognitive abilities and the provision of effective classroom instruction.

    Secondary consequences may include problems in reading comprehension and reduced reading experience that can impede growth of vocabulary and background knowledge.

    just my opinion,his past condition doesn't reflect his current actions now. but that's just me,anyway keep it up FP!
    and moreover NEXT ISSUE PLEASE! ^_^

    -chyNkay

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  27. yeah, boo-hoo. so what if he had a learning disability and was a social outcast? if any, having undergone these should have taught him to become a better person. but no. he grew up to be fine douche, a real jerk. this article does not explain the cheap stunt he pulled, the accusations and hiding behind his mommy's skirt.

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  28. riiiight... I know a LOT of dyslexic people who don't have attitude problem like he does

    oh... and I think he WAS kasi ang galing galing nya magpost sa blog nya at yung question and answer thingie eh

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  29. Famous people who have dyslexia includes: TOm Cruise, Jay Leno, Orlando Bloom, Whoopie Goldberg, Kiera Knightley, Patrick Dempsey, Anderson Cooper at marami pang iba. The important thing is you get help once you are diagnose. And of couse, family and community support are important as well.

    with Albie --- the real issue is his morals and not his learning disability. May paninindigan ba ang batang ito? and so far, none!

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  30. maybe i'm slow...but ano konek nito sa behavior nya with his situation right now? so meron talaga munang denial stage para sa parents nya, particularly the mom, pag meron unacceptable thing na nagyari kay Albie. Kelangan muna ng proof before ma-accept.

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  31. dropdeadgorgeousJuly 18, 2011 at 9:22 AM

    Anonymous said...

    umm, how does having dyslexia relate to fathering a child, and explain the way he and his family handled the issue?
    July 18, 2011 1:39 AM

    precisely.. just their way to twist and to make the story cloudy for the readers..

    i believe its just albie who's having dyslexia.. but i still cannot connect the arrogance of the mother (rina) and albie as well.. sana man lang sana he'l be man enough to face the consequences of his actions.. mother, apo mo rin yan.. huwag mong pabayaan..

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  32. Oh, I got. Poor boy. And, poor Andi and baby!

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  33. hahaha ,this just proves kahit mentally challenged, when it comes to sex , we are all equals

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  34. just so u know, tom cruise has dyslexia, einstein has dyslexia.. it's a "learning disability", not a "behavioral disability".. dyslexia is waaaaay different from ADHD or autism or any behavioral problem..

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  35. so pag may dyslexia ka excuse ka na for being a douchebag?! i don't think so..

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  36. @Anonymous 1:39 a.m.: I guess so, if only because they realize their "different" genes and do not wish to bring more of their kind into this world.

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  37. the article was written in 2006 and it says that he was grade 3 then. usually grade 3 students are 9 years old right? so you mean albie is only 14 now?

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  38. Anonymous said...
    if albie has dislexia, this doesn't mean that he is still free to do whatever things he wanted to do just like what he allegedly did to andi, most specially the way he disowned his own child.
    July 18, 2011 1:29 AM

    - i agree. okay, i feel sorry for him for being dyslexic, but that doen't mean na kakaawaan ko siya sa ginawa ng family niya towards andi's pregnancy.

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  39. so? hindi na man siya autistic! i teach special kids but mga poilte na man yung mga kids. very well bred. breeding has nothing to do with being dyslexic! ang batang ito, bastos. im a mother pero susme, if my boy acts this way, ill whip him to man up! kung ako yung nanay nito, mahihiya talaga ako sa mga comments niya dun sa FS and itatanong kong bading ba ang anak ko na nakikipag away sa babae. a real man doesnt talk like that.

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  40. His learning disability has nothing to do with his attitude.

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  41. I totally agree with Anonymous 1:29AM.

    If he does indeed have dyslexia, he shouldn't have even joined showbiz unless he can control it (can it be controlled?)

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  42. there are so many famous and sucessful people who have a gift for dyslexia...therefore it is not an excuse to do such things..

    gabby

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  43. ^ Apparently, it does not. It's a sarcastic take on the unfathomable behavior of a person presumed to be in his right mind.

    It's also another way of throwing more tomatoes at him. When a person is as obnoxious as a hormone-enraged-sans-accountability-boned teen or a kunsintidora mother, people have to verify their hate against them by unraveling other "unwanted things" about them.

    Though, informal studies have shown that dyslexic kids tend to generally, end up as humble and unassuming people. So, do their parents, who "suffer" from their kids' difficulty. Unfortunately for this mother-son tandem, they opted to become the exceptions.

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  44. if this article was published in 2006 and they claim he is only grade 3 then. then that means he is only 2nd yr or third yr highschool this year. Which is so not. We all saw his La Salle junior prom pictures dated Feb 2010 with Andi as his prom date . Well SOmething fishy is going on here. Its either he is really young for Andi and his managers are lying about his real age or this article is imbento.

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  45. FP dahlin, I don't care if he has dyslexia, or if he has a total of 12 fingers, or if he turns into a werewolf when there's a full moon. He's an ass. Period.

    Maroix

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  46. Keannu Reeves also has the same condition. People around him needs not to make him feel that he is less but rather treat him just like normal kids, kasi pag masyado kang naging lenient they would be more ashame of themselves. See people? sometimes we need to take a step backward before judging people. sabi nga nong isa..."now we know"

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  47. Dyslexia affects a person's ability to read, write,and spell. It's not an excuse for his behavior at all like his mom would like us to believe,please. It's the most common learning disability and CAN be helped. Tom Cruise had dyslexia.

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  48. Somehow... having been bullied somehow explains arrogance. but adult members of the family should have taken this as a humbling experience.

    XONie

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  49. I agree with @Anonymous 1:39am. Being dyslexic can't excuse anybody to act like they are God's gift to women. This article doesn't even help him a bit to boost his so-called acting career. Can't earn people's "amor" through this pa-awa effect. Sorry!

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  50. wow yun pala ang reason...i wonder if Albie say things like "i wont to fruk you" when he was with Andi
    as for Andi, grabe naman if she chose to be with Albie kahit na special child pala. what could be the reason for her loving him? yung obvious kaya?

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  51. Does this suppose to explain his disrespects and his cowardice? I have read of people with even worse developmental disability than his, but has greater values than him. I recommend that he watch "I Am Sam." It's fiction, but I'm sure he could learn something from it!

    And oh, I wonder how he could say or type the f-word so perfectly. I guess whoever taught him did a helluva job!

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  52. Dyslexia doesn't make anyone an A-hole.

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  53. well...i was like in albie's position before when i was still young. i was left out rin which makes me more insecure but my parents most esp my dad thought me na kailangan ko lumaban and be strong for myself para mawala yung insecurties and hatred sa sarili ko. nasa magulang yan at sa kinakihan ng bata bat "ganun" nangyari kay albie na sinaktan daw niya si agua.

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  54. so what if he had dyslexia before?

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  55. We still don't know the real story about what really happened between andi and albi but accdg to shrek's blind item albi's family is just waiting for the right time to tell the whole story and will surely humiliate the girl's family if the truth comes out.

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  56. Ay, naawa naman ako tuloy bigla. anyway, i understand why he's not sure he's the father of the kid. Told you, FP, some bee told me that it's J, who's Andi's been dating as well while they were still together. Mind you, J here is not the politician's son. Another J, who used to date M. Haven't you heard this rumor yet?

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  57. I agree with FP, dyslexia is not a reason for him being irresponsible, but it may be the reason why he's violent towards women...probably most of the people who bullied him coz of his disability were women

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  58. Anonymous July 18, 2011 10:55 AM - I agree with you. When I saw his FS account, I couldn't believe the words he said...and to think he's from a reputable school. Tama naman si Mark Gil, ano nga naman klaseng magulang ang pababayaan na umasta ng ganun ang anak nila.

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  59. whoa! sa pagkakaintindi ko dun sa article na sinulat, parang fineature (tama ba spelling?) lang naman yung case ni albie, but it doesn't mean na yung year na sinulat yun, yung yung current status nya that time, medyo weird yung explanation ko pero sus kahit di ka writer a feature article is timeless, pwede mo i-tackle any issue,whether it is from the past, present, or in the future, just a thought.

    -chyNkay

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  60. I am amazed on how a lot of readers here didn't get the story. Albie's dyslexia isn't being connected to his behavior towards the incidents involving Andi. Albie has been bullied, called bobo and what not. The real score is that, maybe because of those "not so nice" experiences he has had that he turned out to be what he is right now.

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  61. "The real score is that, maybe because of those "not so nice" experiences he has had that he turned out to be what he is right now."

    I agree!

    And to the people who say nga pinabayaan lang si Albie ng mga magulang niya, please take into consideration na man that some kids are beyond control. Did you ever consider that his parents are not by his side 24/7 ESPECIALLY when he logs in Fb or whatever? Please be sensible!

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  62. So the bullied becomes the bully? but his behaviour isn't really excusable by his disability or what he had to go through...

    I was bullied before that I had to quit school and transferred to another, but I was consoled by my parents, they made sure our home was a bully-free zone, no hurtful words, etc... but bad behavior is not tolerated, it's not scolded but corrected... because of this I made it a point to become nicer to other people so I wouldn't give them an excuse to say something not nice about me... I studied and worked harder, so people would see my abilities and not my disabilities...

    Judging from his word choices in his Formspring account... that's not what happened to him.

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  63. I agree with Anonymous July 18, 2011 3:50 AM.

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  64. Is this some sort of damage control from Albie's camp? ...to get sympathy from us? I am not buying this! Are they saying that his rational thinking is affected because of Dyslexia? Come on! In the first place, Albie's parents should not have allowed him to enter showbizness if he's not fit for this.For Albie.. stop partying...drinking..and be good in your Grade 3 class.

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  65. Hello?!? Even Thomas Alva Edison is dyslexic. But maybe the point of the article is the emotional trauma Albie received when he was called bobo, stupid, etc... Hmmmm... can be an excuse but I don't buy it. Lalo na yung mom na ang kapal ng fez.

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  66. So basically if you're dyslexic you can treat other people poorly and say all the nasty things you like... wow didn't know na free for all pala ang pagiging dyslexic.
    What a poor excuse.
    If I did not know better eh baka this info came from his family to excuse Albie's behavior and the parents behavior.
    Maybe if his parents taught him manners and respect for other people he could have turned out to be a better human being.

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  67. i think this is damage control on the part of the guy's parents. but still if HE is truly the father, he should man up and take responsibility.

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  68. Having dyslexia is so minor compared to Albie's bigger character concerns --- his morality, his sense of right & wrong, how he sees and treats women in general. These goes beyond breeding or the lack of it but really is a reflection of the kind of parenting of his parents. Albie is a reflection of how their family life is and how it has shaped this little boy to be irresponsible, immature and cruel. Its not his about his learning disability or age. its really all about how we was brought up. I hope that he changes before its too late.

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  69. kawawa naman yung ibang me dyslexia kasi parang pinalalabas hindi nila kayang panindigan ang mga ginagawa nila sa buhay...

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  70. I personally do not know both Andi nor Albie. I have been able to follow their story thru articles and previous posts here in FP though.

    I have initially thought that hey, maybe that Albie guy is really a bastard for doing that. but then again, I just realized, who is albie's family and who is andi's? Andi can be defended by a LOT of shobiz personalities which Albie does not have! Is the media being one sided on this?

    We do not really know what happened between them AND when you go back through some write ups before, Andi mentioned during the film fest last December that she and Albie broke up already thats why she's bringing Jake Ejercito as her date (which she did). If she's 4 or 5 months preggy by now, she must have did it around february right?

    That just means we do not completely know what really happned between them and we are not in any place to judge Albie nor his mother (which, i bet is just protecting her son!!!)

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  71. i understand naman albie`s family position, sa totoo lang naman flirt si andi, i dont know her but , at what 21 or 22 y/o , naka ilan ng boyfriend ? and for sure di yan holding hands lang, I think the point of albie`s family is sa nature ni andi, talagang there is room to doubt who the father is, besides kahit sure na si albie , the most i will do is for him to support her financially, kung ako ang magulang ni albie, di rin ako papayag magpakasal sa isang hmmm, playful

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  72. True we don't know what happened between these two but whatever happened it DOES NOT JUSTIFY NOR EXCUSE Albie for hitting Andie and for bad mouthing her online. Kahit may 3rd, 4th or 5th party pa. He should've just walked away from her. Bakit kelangan pagbuhatan pa ng kamay? Bakit kelangan pa magresort sa name calling online? It only shows that he and his mom are bereft of class and breeding. Even if their bank accounts say otherwise. As good as palengkera ang attitude nila, in English lang kung magtalak. That's another thing, nagtalak online pa parang ung twister fries - how unmanly.

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  73. Let's give albie the benefit of the doubt. Have to agree with Anonymous July 19, 2011 12:22 AM, hindi natin alam kung anong nangyari between them. Very easy for us mag judge ng ibang tao without really knowing kung ano ba talaga ang nangyari. Siguro iwan nalang natin sa kanila yan anyway,ok naman daw ang family ni Andi at sila na bahala sa baby. Kawalan nya yon.

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  74. TO: Anonymous said...
    Ay, naawa naman ako tuloy bigla. anyway, i understand why he's not sure he's the father of the kid. Told you, FP, some bee told me that it's J, who's Andi's been dating as well while they were still together. Mind you, J here is not the politician's son. Another J, who used to date M. Haven't you heard this rumor yet?

    :)

    July 18, 2011 4:34 PM



    Also heard this story.. I guess it's true.

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  75. ano kaya ang hindi maintindihan ng iba sa article na ito? paingles ingles pa, di naman makaintindi ng ingles na artikulo. ang dyslexia hindi ka lang makabasa ng tama, kaya ka nagmumukhang bobo. so obviously hindi ka magiging masama dahil lang sa dyslexia kundi sa effects nito sa well-being mo. kaya nga hindi dyslexia ang aktwal na dahilan na binabanggit dito kung bakit nagkakaganyan si albie kundi ang buhay na pinagdaanan niya dahil sa sakit niyang dyslexia. abnormal and hindi naging masaya ang kabataan niya at hindi nakatulong na may ina siyang posibleng naging kunsintidor o sadyang hindi naiintindihan ang emosyonal na pangangailangan ng may kapansanan niyang anak.

    may isa dito, sinabi niya na nabully din siya nung bata pero lumaki siyang mabuti hindi gaya ni albie. pero siya rin ang nagsabi na kaya siya naging ganun eh dahil maayos siyang pinalaki ng magulang niya at pinakitaan ng pagmamahal at pagiintindi. thus, it would be stupid to compare him to albie kung hindi naman natin alam kung paano pinalaki si albie. might just be a case of an apple and orange comparison di ba.

    hay naku!

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  76. I don't think Albie is dyslexic. If he was how in the world was he able to read and answer all those questions in his formspring account right?

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  77. ano naman kinalaman ng pagiging dyslexic sa pagtakas nya sa responsibilities nya sa anak nila? dahil ba masisira career nya? ang tanong kung may career ba talaga siya. loser talaga siya

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  78. hindi natin alam yung totoong nngyari between them kia wg muna tayo manghusga ok? intayin n lng natin lumabas yung baby.

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  79. Hindi talaga pagiging dyslexic ang dahilan kung bakit ganun si Albie ngunit maaring nakaranas siya ng matinding bullying dahil dito.

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    1. tama. siguro ngayon medyo nag boost yung confidence nya, namisinterpret naman yun sa pagiging arogante nya. well sana bumait sya kahit konti. cute pa naman sya.

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