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Friday, February 20, 2015

Tweet Scoop: Ramon Tulfo's Daughter Responds Vehemently to Father's College of St. Benilde Drug Article

Image courtesy of Twitter: nastassjatulfo

195 comments:

  1. Ahhh, so di pala uso ang one on one communication sa mga Tulfo. Kumain po kayo ng Lucky Me,

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    1. Na bother ako sa IMPLUSIVE WRITTING na paulit ulit. Ano 'yun? En tonses, I therefore conclude impulsively that Tulfo's show riting (napapa Inay Dionisia pronunciation tuloy ako) will rise because of this issue.

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    2. Yan, puro drugs inaatupag. Ang hina tuloy sa spelling. College na di pa marunong i-spell ang WRITING. Yuck.

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    3. this is what "H" can do

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    4. Is washing your family's dirty linen in public the cool thing nowadays? Paging Mr. Clean, Tide, Ajax and Pride, kunin ang mga ito na endorser. Ihelera sa mga Barretto!

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    5. Mukang may problema talaga sa batang ito. Sya na nahuling nagdrugs, sya pa ang galit sa tatay nya.

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    6. yes its you not the school ,choice nya magpariwara at magpapansin

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    7. If you are all emotions, takot nerbiyos hiya galit, the least you can think of minsan is yung spelling lalo na at touch screen nagkakahalo halo na ang pag type.There are more better ways to critize than the spelling.

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    8. Hindi na tayo dapat magtaka sa spelling at siguro grammar niya, she goes to Benilde eh so she's probably not that smart nga.

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    9. WTF impulsive writting ka rin iha! and you taking drugs won't solve your family problems either. at ang tatay pa niya daw talaga ang nag ruin ng family name nila. HAHAHA IMPULSIVE WRITTING KA TALAGA INENG!

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    10. di naman sa sinisisi ng tatay mo ang school mo, inaalala lang din nya kapakanan ng iba. iha, magpadetox ka muna para maayos kang kausap. panigurado may drugs pa sa system mo. magpadetox at rehab or lumayo sa environment na may drugs ang maganda mong gagawin. may mga tao susceptible sa drug addiction. tulungan mo ang sarili mo.

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    11. sayang naman ang tuition sa CSB ni ineng. can't even spell right

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    12. Kaya nga siya nasa CSB eh

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    13. Anon 11:36 so pag CSB not that smart agad? Sige sabihin mo yan kay Ralph Recto na product ng Benilde. Mapang husga to! Bitter ka lang di mo kaya bayaran tuition dun.

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    14. 10:43 Go Benildean! Hahahaha tuition kasi ng mga yan, baon lang ng mga benildeans!

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    15. Oh puhleaze stop making your school "a first choice school". Even my cousin who went there admitted that its the choice of the no choice people! H ha!

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    16. Sorry 10:43 at 11:11, but my school is among the top 3 priority universities and hindi rin mura ang tuition namin. :) Yeah, people probably went to Benilde because they didn't meet the cut off passing rate. Haha Aminin!

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    17. Benilde pala si Ralph Recto. No wonder...

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    18. Ah, so may family problem pala kaya nagdodroga...dapat kausapin ni Tulfo yung anak niya ng masinsinan para matulungan niya ng mabuti. Hindi maganda yung nag sulat siya agad-agad sa column niya tapos in expose niya yung anak niya sa mga addict at pushers. Baka lalong mapahamak anak niya sa mga masasamang elemento lalo pa at nakakahalubilo niya ang mga yun sa bar...inuman yung mga "coffee shops" na minention niya sa column niya, pati mga barkada dapat makilala niya kung sino ang mga yun.

      Dapat, UNA SA LAHAT, ayusin muna nila yung family problem dahil accdg sa anak yun ang dahilan kaya siya nag decide mag drugs.

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  2. True you got your share part of mistakes but the school has a fair share too for being lax.

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    1. Agree tama naman si tulfo.

      Masyado g walang ginagawa ang CSB regarding drugs.

      Dati nun may na kick out na dahil he is pinpointed as pusher.

      Dapat linisin ng CSB ang eskwelahan nya.

      Biglaan drug test dapat!
      Pag nag exam at mali ang spelling ng WRITTING surely adik bwhHaha

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    2. agree. and let's not even talk about the excessive gambling :D

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    3. Tulfo will surely solve his daughters problem by blaming the school and exposing her to public shame and humiliation. Bakit sa Saint Benilde lng ba nakakabili ng droga ? Kung naging drug addict ang anak mo, alamin mo dapat anong dahilan kng bakit sya nagkakaganon at yon ang ayusin mo. Halimbawa isasara ang Saint Benilde, solve na ba problema mo ? Ilipat mo sa ibang eskwelahan, tapos na ba yng pag drugs nya ? Kahit san mo pauntahin ang anak mo kng drug addict na yan, makakabili yan ng droga kahit saan.

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  3. Problema ng pilipinas ang galing mo, problema sa bahay mo di mo magawang ayusin. Wtf dad. LOL

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    1. Kaya nga gumagawa siya ng paraan dba?

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    2. Sa paraang ipapahiya niya yung anak niya? There are so many ways to dress a chicken. Mas lalo lang magrerebelde yan.

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  4. Wow. What a daughter.

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    1. exactly, what a nakakahiyang daughter. pinoprotektahan lang siya ng tatay niya.

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    2. Hayy itong batang toh, sana hndi m pag sisihan yang ginagawa mo sa magulang mo.. Face the wall kana!!

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    3. Natawa naman ako kay daughter...parang gusto pa isisi ang pag droga sa family problem. Daughter, choice mo ang mag drugs! Tingin-tingin din sa salamin pag may time. Basa din ng English books para hindi masakit sa mata ang comments mo. First comment pa lang, sablay na...sayang ang tuition fee mo na pinaghirapan ng tatay no.

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    4. what a spoiled little rich b*tch

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    5. He already did. Opinion ko lang ha, you guys don't know her and the reasons why she did that pero respeto nalnag kasi she made a choice eh. BTW if she's spoiled then bakit siya pinalayas?

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    6. Kawawang magulang. Pag magulang na yan malalaman din nya ang nararamdaman ng tatay at nanay nya. Hays! Mahirap sa buhay kelangan m muna magdusa bago ka matuto. Bakit kasi laging nasa huli ang pagsisisi. Hehe

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  5. Dad disowning her daughter very soon. Lol.

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  6. Hija, Tulfo ka. Sa ayaw at sa gusto mo.
    You got caught. Suck it up.

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  7. Sobrng conyo shtz tonf anak ni Tulfo ha. Typical La Sallian/Benildean. Too conyo for our lives. Pacool kid. Please, mali pa spelling mo ng writing. Goodness kaka drugs at kaka pacool yan haha

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    1. LMAO!...im not a grammar Nazi pero talagang masakit sa mata ung paulit-ulit na mali ung spelling nung WRITTING!..Pinagdikdikan naman kasi nitong batang ito na 'IMPULSIVE WRITTING' ka Dad!...IMPULSIVE ka din ineng sa pag-gamit nung drugs!...mas nahiya pa na napahiya yung school nya kaysa pag-gamit ng drugs...kakaloka!

      Nakupo Rizal...sana kasi hindi absolute yung sinabi mo...juskolored!
      Dapat... 'Ang ilang kabataan ang pag-asa ng bayan'
      Hindi lahat...hindi lahat....

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    2. feel ko impulsive din siya sa pagtytype kaya siya nagkamali sa spelling.

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    3. lol hindi nga impulsive e. implusive kaya haha

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    4. Pano naging paconyo mga taga la salle? curious lang ako. Yup taga la salle ako Just want to check kung ganun traits ng family ko. Ha ha!

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    5. anon 12:41 di k kasi IMPLUSIVE charot :p

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    6. Not all Benildeans are pacool. Im from
      Benilde but I know how to spell impulsive writing. #SuchAShameThough

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  8. no family is perfect. each one is fighting a different battle. the thing with this kid is, she thinks her rebellious ways could solve her family's problem. iha bata ka pa, madami ka pa mararanasang problema. u have no right to speak like that to your father, wla ka alam sa mga sinasakripisyo ng mga magulang para sa anak nila sa araw araw. indi lng sa aspetong financial at emotional, did you know that when a responsible man or woman begins to have a child, the tendency is he lost apart of his life just so you can have yours. ibang iba ang buhay ng dalaga at binata, sa may asawa at anak na. kaya dahan dahan ka sa mga kinikilos mo.

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    1. Right on. Sana mabasa nya to. Using her family problems to justify her drug use as if her drug use would resolve their issues.

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    2. itong comment na to ang nagsasabing " nagmamalinis ang magulang " hindi magkakaganyan yang daughter nia kung napalaki ng maayos . Kung ang foundation from the family ay maayos..maayos din mag grogrow ang mga anak. May pagkukulang ang magulang dito. Can't blame the child...

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    3. Tama! Korek check!! Very well said!!

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    4. di nila naiisip na ang unang sinisira nila un sarili nila. kka-sad ang ganito. pero sobrang pag unawa ang dapt mong ibigay sa mg drug addict. ilayo dapat sila. bagay dito ang kantang "anak" ni ka freddie.

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  9. Lakas na ng tama mo ah? Iba na talaga mga bata ngayon. Nakakatakot na at parang mas nagiging accessible na ang droga sa kabataan as time goes by.

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    1. kapag corrupt ang government, ganito talag mangyayari. kapag nalaman pa ng corrupt na pulis, huhulihin ang dating addict kahit wala namang ginagawa para lang tubusin mo un addict mong anak. nangyayari po yan. sana po ay maayos na ng govt problem natin sa drugs.

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  10. Ang pakawalang anak. -Ilocos Queen

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  11. Black sheep ng pamilya. Hirap talaga magka-anak ng ganyan lalo na babae pa baka HINDI Lang drugs ang problema nyan pati s** din!

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  12. Bastos ang anak ni tulfo!

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  13. Girl,u better shut up!
    High ka lang now,baka pag sisihan mo nag post ka nang ganyan pag wala na amats mo! kaloka! DRUGS PA MORE! or better yet,baka sabihin mo your account got hacked!
    set ur family problems aside,u dont have to post it for people to know,daming tao jan mountain high ung problema,d naman nag drugs! ur dad will always be ur dad,impulsive as it is,he's still ur dad.

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    1. Hindi ko ma gets na ok lang na ibulgar ng dad nya ang buhay nya sa isang dyaro tapos dapat tanggapin lang ng anak nya.?!

      Di ko alam bakit dito ok lang na walang respeto sa anak. Yung bata, immature pa yan pero yung tatay gurang na pero ganyan mag isip. Kaya naman pala nag drugs yung bata eh!

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    2. 2:32 d mr tulfo knows na wla sya choice kundi ibulgar for the sake of other parents na indi alam na me bentahan ng drugs na nagaganap sa loob at labas ng school nayan. the school admin left him with no choice since indi naman sila nakkinig at wlang action coming from them just because galing sa mayayaman na pamilya ang karamihan sa mga ngbebenta ng droga. he didn't mean to disrespect his child. problem like this is bigger than them, and he is man enough to expose the issue and do the right thing. kapag napapariwara ang anak, sa tingin mo b indi kahihiyan ng magulang un. whether he admit it or not alam nya na puso at isip nya, nilalagay nya rin sa alanganin ang sarili nya because now the whole world is questioning how he is as a father. a child's failure is also the parent's failure. gets mo na!

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    3. He gambled to post that stuff,i guess,even if it means to drag his daughters reputation in public,for other parents to be aware.
      kesa naman manahimik lang ung dad and later dami nang biktima nang drugs.

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    4. 3:16, 4:40 madami nang biktima ng drugs, di na yan sekreto. Grandstanding feeling hero lang yan si tulfo at the expense of his daughter. There is nothing wrong if he wants to warn other parents and investigate drugs, pero in my opinion mali ang slant nya, dinamay nya daughter nya and that's a breach of her privacy. So forever na matatanim sa utak ng mga tao na nag drugs sya. Sya lang nag slander sa sarili nyang anak na nasa colllege pa lang. Ano kayang klaseng future meron sya eh ang daming makitid ang ulo dyan.

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    5. Hndi nagmamalinis si tulfo, atleast alam nya kung ano dapat gawin. Kung iba lang sya, pwde naman nya itago yan. Bkit kailangan nya phiyain sarili nyang pamilya.. Masakit din sa knya yan. Sira lang talaga ulo ng batang yan. Iha, walang magulang na perpekto, pwde m naman sguro kausapin muna sila, may tito and tita ka naman, baka may lola kapa, madami paraan, wag kmlang mag drugs!!

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  14. iha, ginawa ng dad mo yun probably to warn other parents and teachers too, to be vigilant with their children and students. At pra malaman ng school mo yun existing prob n nsa loob at labas ng school mo.. Sa tingin mo b with your dad's reputation e gusgustuhin nyan ijudge sya ng tao for being a "pabayang ama" when he himself is a "crime buster". Ni-risk yan ng dad mo to help you too!

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    1. The issue here is maligning the school without proper research. Even the school cried foul because of it. And seriously, does one student represent the whole community? Please.

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    2. nahiya lang ang CSB pero totoo naman na wala sila care as long as kumikita school nila because of elites

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    3. 3:25 without proper research? one student? first hand info yn from his daughter at sa MGA classmates nya as stated. At gumawa ng effort yun dad nya pra ipaalam sa school officials yun problem kaso dinedma lng sya (hindi sya hinarap,kinausap, ng-iwan p sya ng number pero no reply from school). malign? his intention was stated -- to warn other parents and the school too sa nangyayari sa ibang students nila. So pleeeease ikaw yun magbasa

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    4. Anonymous 3:25 AM Tulfo reached out to CSB authorities but they did not attend to him. As far as I know, they should listen to this guy and do something about it. Pero base dun sa article walang ginawa ang school, hindi pa siya pinakinggan, I think this is alarming if I had a child studying in that school. Iisipin ko safe ang campus, but then, yung mga pushers pala halos arms' reach lang pala nilang lahat. And yung mga gumagamit, for sure mga student din and paano kung magkagulo? Pwedeng madamay ang anak mo dun at ikamatay. Just saying.

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    5. Anong proper research pinagsasabi mo teh. Eh di sana kinausap ng CSB si Tulfo para nagkaroon ng clarifications, e kaso wala.

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    6. There were a lot of factual errors- "coffee shops" are actually bars and the building that does not exist (SBA?? Does he know anything about his daughter's school?). But put that aside, you still have the arrogance that he was kept waiting by whoever he talked to. What do you expect? He had no appointment. They can't drop everything that easy. He also claimed that the school does not care about their students. That's quite harsh, not to mention presumptous, of him. He does not know how the school operates on a day-to-day basis, he should be careful with what he says.

      Think of it this way. What about the students, particularly the scholars, who work so hard to get a degree in CSB but later on would have a hard time getting a job becuase of the slander their alma mater has been getting. It is so easy to ruin a reputation, even with unfounded accusations.

      For the record, I'm a Benildean. I know how to spell the word "writing". Just like in any school, there are people who perform in the lower percentiles. And just like in any school, not everyone is "pa-conyo" or "pa-cool". So hinay hinay lang po tayo sa pagbitiw ng salita, or else wala din tayong pinagkaiba kay tulfo.

      There are some things that schools cannot fix, much as they try. Sometimes its about the upbringing too.

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    7. 10 years na akong graduate ng college, yung drugs and gambling issue sa benilde panahon ko pa issue na yan. so CSB, don't kid yourself na hindi niyo alam yan. i don't know if they've even made any attempt to deal with those problems. hanggang ngayon yan parin yung issue na yan. and for the record, trabaho naman ni tulfo maglabas ng mga expose like this. sana nga nuon nuon pa may ganito na.

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    8. Dean atupagin mo n ang mga colleges mo bka d n pumapasok mga estudyante mo

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    9. Yong mga problema sa droga, sugal at iba png bisyo ay hinde exclusibo sa Saint Benilde. Halos sa lahat ng eskwelahan meron yan. Nasa mga magulang pa rin ang responsibilidad na bantayan at gabayan ang kanilang mga anak dahil kahit saan silang eskwelahan pumunta, meron mga tao na may mga problema sa buhay at makakaimpluwensya sa kanila. The last thing a parent will do is to pass the buck to others and believe somebody else will solve their problems for them.

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  15. What the f... What the f... Ka dyan..Che!wala kang respeto sa tatay mo!

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    1. At hello, kung bastusin ni Tulfo kung sino sino anong ehemplo kaya binigay nya sa anak nya kung paano umasta. Bastos ginawa nya sa anak nya.

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    2. Lol 2:35 ano pinagsasabi mo? Wala nmn magulang gusto mapariwara anak nila. Prinoprotekrahan lang.

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    3. 2:35 wow! yun ginawa ba ng anak nya sa tatay nya hindi kabastusan? karespe-respeto b yon?

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    4. Bastos na palang gumawa ng paraan para mahinto sa droga ang anak mo at i-enlighten ang other parents sa drug pushing sa CSB ngayon.

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  16. Kung siguro di drugs inaatupag mo, since college ka na, sana alam mo mag spell ng writing. 2x yun, so hindi typo yun.

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    1. tama haha at san ba niya kinukuha allowance niya pang droga e sa tatay din niya

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    2. Pati yung 'IMPLUSIVE WRITTING'...

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  17. Ayan, puro drugs ang inaatupag, ang hina tuloy sa spelling!!!

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  18. Kung anak ko yan ubos ang mga ipin nyan dahil sa pagka lapastangan. Bastos na anak! Sarap ingudngud ang bunganga sa espalto! Ayaw pala nya mapahiya eh dapat umiwas syang gumawa ng katarantad*han. Akala ba nya maitatago nya yang pag dodroga nya? Sooner or later mababalita din na anak ni tulfo ad**** so ok na yan na ama nya na ang naging honest sa problema ng anak nya kesa naman mga pulis at reporters pa ang magkalat ng baho nya! Kung ako syo tulfo kulong mo na sa rehab anak mo. Tulfo ka diba? Gamitin mo sa anak mo kamay na bakal para mag tino

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    1. *facepalm*

      Seriously, do you get what she is arriving at? She does not want her school to be dragged in this messy family problem because she does not represent it! Gad. Simpleng reading comprehension lang ha.

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    2. Oo nga 3:26 simple reading comprehension lng...dba aware nga dw ang school s drug dealings n yan??? So s ayaw at s gusto ng school tlgang madadrag name nila jan....kya mo nga nilagay s private anak mo dba? Pra malayo s mga bad influence tulad nyan? At magkaron ng mataas na pinag-aralan??? Prang sampal din s magulang pag ganyan....mahal mahal pa ng tuition tapos ganyan din pla bagsak ng anak....tsk tsk...

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      Meron bang sinabi si 2:29 tungkol sa school?? Adik ka din ba?

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    4. ayaw nyang mapahiya sa schoolmates nya. yun lang yon. it's selfish thing.

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    5. Mas di mo yata naiintindihan 3:26am. Takot si girl hindi dahil sa nadadamay school niya. Takot siya dahil pag nag-dig deeper ang dad niya, magkakaalaman na sinong mga pusher at user. Matinding sindikato yan I'm sure.

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    6. so wala ng gagawin ang school? mahal ng bayad dyan? ganon na lang un, hayaan na lng magbenta ang iba nilang student at panira ng buhay?

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    7. Ano ka ngayon 3:26! Pa facepalm facepalm ka pang nalalaman dyan! Ikaw itong shunga! Lol

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    8. Katol pa more 3:26! FYI hijo/hija, when you enroll in a certain school or work for a certain company, YOU become a representative of that particular entity whether you like it or not. YOUR actions reflect on how the organization is perceived as a whole. Kaya nga nauso ang #represent sa social media, tungeng! #facepalmmomukhamo

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  19. Ay ad**** nga un bata tsk! Rehab n yan bastos s mgulang

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  20. Mas takot p syang makick out s CSB kesa sa tatay nya. Good job hija! Tampalin ko ng takong yang bunganga mo e

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    1. Yes! Yun talaga ang totoo. Ayaw niyang mawalay sa mga kasmahan niyang nag drodroga

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    2. pagkatapos mo ako naman sasampal dyan.

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  21. We present to you, the typical Philippine masses on the internet. Going against a girl for speaking out for her ideals and fighting an issue that centralises on her. Blaming an institution for what is not necessarily a mistake (despite its legal repercussions) because something/someone has to take the fault. Judging the English-speaking portion of the country out of generations-infused misplaced societal hierarchy hate. Completely ignoring the fact that the said journal article focused more on sensationalism than real life events (shame on the Philippine media esp. the Inquirer for letting that go out). And lastly, and probably my favourite- justifying what could account as physical abuse as a way of disciplining their children. No wonder this country is going to sh**. :)

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    1. She got caught and youre all like, "it's not your fault, nas" -_-

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    2. Pseudo intellectual in a gossip site.

      Sit the f down, kid.

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    3. What ideals are you talking about feminazi?

      She was wrong. The school was wrong because as the article stated, the school already knew the drug dealings happening inside the campus.

      Go back to Tumblr you immature, immoral and self-righteous ~social justice warrior~

      FP please post this. TY

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    4. I support you 2:43. Just look at all these comments above mine. Kung maka ad hominem attack pa.

      That's why progress is so slow in this country- people who think those who speak up are bastos, people actually defending a father bullying his own child publicly.

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    5. 3:36 am, hahahaha. Very well said! Kung maka sh** naman sa bansa si feminazi, kala mo wala drugs sa lugar nya!!

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  22. Personal choice, personal choice. Le**e! Kung ako magulang nito, ibibitin ko to sa puno ng mangga ng patiwarik ng matauhan. Pinag-aaral sa magandang paaralan taz droga aatupagin? Kung hindi ba naman sira ang ulo

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    1. CHEK KA!!! kakainis sarap sapakin nitong batang to!

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    2. Magandang paaralan? CSB is not in any list. Tapunan ng mga bagsak sa DLSU ito e.

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  23. Miss, your parents worked hard for whatever you have. Napakaraming bata ang pinapangarap makapag-aral pero hindi kaya ng magulang, or nag-aaral while working just so they can support their educational needs. The least you can do is go to school and do what you're suppose to be doing as a student. Nakakalungkot that you end up wasting what others are wishing for. I pray for your enlightenment.

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    1. true. minsan tlga kasabawan ng utak ang meron sa mga batang walang laman ang isip kundi lustayin ang pera ng magulang imbes na palitan eto ng kahit konting reward man lang na mag aral mabuti para matuwa mga magulang nila. Miss, tatanda ka din at magkakaanak. Dasal ko na sana di mo danasin mga ginagawa mong kalapastangan sa mga magulang mo.

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  24. Airing their dirty laundry in public is not going to solve the problem, Mon Tulfo should talk to his daughter before blaming the school as scapegoat.

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    1. Dad's intention is stated -- to WARN other parents and the school too about the existing prob happening IN and OUT of the campus.

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    2. Actually he did talk to her daughter. Did you read the article or did you just read the title? The point is, he did it to warn other parents even if it cost him the reputation of his daughter. The school should be held liable if there is indeed drug dealings happening inside the campus.

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  25. Dapat dyan madala! Sindihan mo tulfo lahat ng marijuana nyang anak mo at ipahithit mo sa kanya sabay sabay hanggang mahilo at mag suka para madala! Ginawa sa akin yan ng kapatid ko nung nahuli akong nag yosi nung bata pa ako. Nag tanda ako kasi halos mamatay ako sa pagka hilo lima lima ba naman pinasigarilyo sa akin sabay sabay hanggang maubos isang pakete. So di ko na inulit kasi sumama tlga pakiramdam ko. Gawin mo din sa anak mo para mag tanda! Pero kung wa epek, ipakulong mo then pa rehab. Gamitin mo tapang mo tulfo? Dpat dyan sa anak mo paduguin ang bunganga. Napaka lapastangan! Panay sabi pa nga WTF WTF!

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    1. Hahahaha natawa ako sa experience mo. Pero effective!

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    2. So dahil inabuso ka ng kapatid mo gusto mo mang abuso din ang iba? Galing ng mentalidad mo.

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    3. Agree 344! Tingnab natin kung di madala!

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    4. Natawa ako ng bongga dito!! LOL!!

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    5. 12:33 inabuso ba tingin mo sa ginawa sa akin ng kapatid ko? I deserved it kasi mali ako and it worked kasi nag tanda ako at nadala. Alam mo ba yung tinatawag na "tough love" ha? Yun ang ginawa ng kapatid ko para hindi na ako umulit tapos sasabihin mo inabuso ako! Eh ikaw im sure kunsintidor ka! Pustahan tayo pag nagka anak ka magiging pariwara rin gaya ng anak ni tulfo.

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  26. Naku, lalamon ng death threat yang batang yan. Lagot.

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  27. kaya tulfo sabi nga nila bago ka mamintas linisin mo muna bakuran mo.

    tangina mo adik anak mo!

    ano pakiramdam pag ikaw minumura?

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  28. I would have given a huge beating at her, spoiled brat

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  29. Bastos na anak! Walang modo! Basagin ko panga mo e leche kang bata ka

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  30. Ay Mali mali grammar? St. Binilde pa naman. Aral aral din pag may time, ineng. Huwag yung singhot Ng singhot.
    In fairness, this girl knows how to take responsibility of her actions. This is somehow refreshing to hear from a young woman. Hindi tulad Ng mga nakakarami, blame Lang Ng blame.

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  31. Wala pala sa school ang dahilan kamo?

    O sige edi tumigil kana mag aral

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  32. wow WRITTING talaga. Once could be a typo but twice???!!!!

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  33. Hi, first is luto sa marijuana ang utak nyang bata kaya kung ano ano pinagsasabi. Kahit saan tingnan may fault ang school. As a parent your paying high fees to make sure she's having the best education and safe environment. Kahit sinong magulang magagalit ng ganyan pag nalaman nilang nagmamarijuana ung dalaga nila. Susme that simple. At lahat ng pamilya may personal problems, pero etong drug issue concerns the whole community of the school.

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  34. mukang ok barkadahin tong anak ni tulfo ah haha

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  35. Stupid ungrateful girl thinking she's smarter than her parents. The only words that should come out of your mouth are "THANK YOU DAD."

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  36. pa ano anonymous ka pa! eh ikaw ang ina ng bata ! nagkaganyan ang bata because of you ..kung tama at maayos mong pinalaki yan hindi cia mag kakaganyan ! wala kang kwentang ina !

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  37. the daughter has more sense than her father. her first tweet speaks volume. also, mr. tufolo, you send your kids to school to be educated. they are not there to act as a babysitter or body guards. that's your job.

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  38. Juicecolored, kung ito ang anak ko at ako ay batikang journalist, malulubog ako sa kahihiyan. "Writing" lang, misspelled pa!

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  39. Sayang. Sana ako na lang nag aral sa la salle

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  40. I honor Mr. Tulfo on this write-up about CSB, it is indeed a huge issue of the school that needs to be publicize primarily because of the parents of students who are also studying at the school. It may serves as an eye opener for the administration as well. Kid, do not see this only for your humiliation and look at it in other side which is I think a positive one.

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  41. Parents should really think twice before sending their kids to this school. Either your kid embodies the Catholic teachings of the school or worse, follow the majority of the students attitude of - "I'm from benilde and I can be a brat anytime I want."

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    1. So lahat ng taga-CSB brat agad? Jusme, di naman model ng CSB yang anak ni Tulfo. Although pwede siya ilagay sa mga poster ng mga anti-drug campaigns.

      Wag masyado manlahat ha. Dami dong grad ng school na yan na hindi katulad mong makitid ang ulo.

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  42. The girl is correct. The school has no jurisdiction, and therefore no responsibility, over what transpires OUTSIDE the school campus.

    Ramon Tulfo claims that the drug deals happen in caf├ęs or restaurants a few meters from the CSB campus -- meaning OUTSIDE the campus. The school cannot possibly police the non-school related activities of their students outside the campus.

    Moreover, if you choose to apply Ramon Tulfo's logic that schools have a responsibility to police establishments frequented by its students within its vicinity, then would it also not follow that St. Scholastica's, Palanan Elementary, DLSU, and Rafael Palma Elementary -- schools which are a few meters away from CSB, also have the same share of blame?

    The daughter is correct. Why place the blame on the school. The daughter placed the blame squarely on herself and as an off-shoot of a family problem she is facing. I know for a fact that the daughter's mother is not married to Ramon Tulfo and that Ramon Tulfo has other "families".

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    1. and we learned that the daughter was a battered child ever since from her mother..and the daughter's problem is not her dad but her MOM.

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  43. Maglaba sa self service laundrymat! Otherwise ang chismis about you dai magtretrending world wide!

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  44. yan ang dahilan kung bakit may CSB, para mahiwalay yung mga student na di marunong ng 'writting'

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    1. Dami ng tawa dito. Pero laki naman na improve ng csb.

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  45. You don't bite the hand that feeds you!

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  46. te hindi and dad mo ang sumira sa family name nyo - IKAW. hindi rin sya ang sumira sayo - MATAGAL KA NG SIRA.

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    1. korek! baluktot mag-isip ang batang ito no wonder buy ng buy at use ng use lang sya ng kahit ano. walang respeto sa magulang kaya yan ang napapala

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  47. oy iha umayos ka kung naging impuslive tatay mo dahil sa galit at sama ng loob. may kakulangan din ang school kasi prevalent pala yan dyan sa vicinity nyo kahit sabihin pa na choice mo aba naka highblood din na dyan ka natutong mag drugs ano. u can apologize to ur school but u cant blame ur dad for his outburst. mahiya ka ineng!

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  48. Naku, it is a private matter. Babae ung anak. I would never do that to my own daughter. Kahit to totoo, I would have dealt with it privately.

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    1. Tama lang ginawa ni Tulfo. Kung media pa nag kalat ng kalokohan for sure puro batikos aabutin ni Tulfo. Baka sabihin pang unfair sya. Pag ibang tao pinapahiya nya pero sariling anak pinag tatakpan. Mas better na sa ama nya nangaling kesa sa ibang tao.

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  49. Naku, sampalin ko yan kung ako magulang nyang batang yan. Irehab agad kc an addict will always be an addict. Ilayo na yan sa pilipinas. Dalhin abroad ng malayo sa mga addict.

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  50. You are right it is all on you and that includes what your dad did. Ungrateful brat.

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  51. I find this issue sooooo overrated!!! I mean seriously, first time ba to na may drugs sa school?! I came from a very well-known private school for girls at HS pa lang ako noon(2004) may mga v's na talaga. I even have classmates who sleep in the classroom as in knock out and they will tell the teacher na masakit lang ulo nila kaya hinahayaan sila. V's and mj? Oh please, wala lang yan kaya ang OA ng issue na ito. This is just a case of a parent trying to get the attention of his wanna be rebel na daughter. O ano napala nyo ngayon? Pahiya lang kayo pareho. Sus!

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    1. 12:30 napag hahalatang wala ka pang anak kaya ganyan ang comment mo. Mag hintay ka pag nagka anak ka ng addict. Ewan ko lang kung di umikot at tumb*ng mo pag nalaman mong nag aaddict na pala anak mo.

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    2. Please educate yourself. Ang sinabi V's at marijuana. Sige nga, ilang tao kilala mo na kailangan i-rehab dahil doon?! What Im trying to say is, OA si tulfo. Obviously her daughter is going thru a phase na pwede naman gawan ng paraan. Ang dali dali lang itama privately without resorting to this. Problema kasi sa mga makikitid ang utak, ayaw umintindi at maging rational. Halata naman sa anak nya na nagrerebelde lang at pinalaki pa niya lalo ang problema by bringing it to the social media when in fact, aware naman talaga ang maraming tao dto. Tapos isisisi pa sa school. Bakit hindi niya tignan kung bakit nagkaganyan relasyon nila ng anak niya.

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    3. Hala teh may sinabi ba ako na dapat iparehab? Basahin mo ulit unang comment ko nasaan dun tungkol sa rehab? Naduling ka na yata! Lol

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  52. napansin ko lang marami taga CSB , mahina academically, sila yung di natanggap sa mga tier1 university, well she is an example di ba?

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  53. Ang daming dito sobrang lilinis ng tingin sa sarili. Hindi kayo nagtry ng kahit ano while growing up ha? Wag nyo isisi sa school dahil kahit gaano pa kabanal ang isang school, personal choice ng mga nag aaral dun kung ano gusto nila gawin. May isa lang na gumagamit jan, pwede na maka influence without anyone knowing about it. Ang may kasalanan dito eh ang magulang at ang bata. Walang kinalaman ang school. As if naman totoong drug free talaga ang mga colleges at universities na yan. Buong buhay ko nag-aral ako sa mga kilalang catholic schools elem, hs at college. Lahat yun may mga kakilala ako nagbebenta ng drugs. Wala pa nga yang v's at marijuanan na yan. Ang totoong nakakasira ng utak eh yung coke, shabu, heroine at E! Im not a user of any. Im just trying to point out na ang OA masyado ng mga tao!

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    1. Oo malinis ako and I never try anything kahit vices I don't have any. Nasa tao pa din yan, I also have family problem but I never thought of doing drugs or maginom at mag smoke. Nasa environment yan na kinalalagyan mo, para sayo siguro okay lang ang tinake na drugs ng anak ni Tulfo, pero sa iba hindi. Ano ba kasunod nyan? Di ba ung mga sinasabi mong nakakasira n ulo na? So is it bad ba na agapan ng dad niya?

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  54. Drugs are sold everywhere period. And there are different types of drug users, the educated ones and those who are lost. Drugs as well as anything taken in moderation with good judgment are a non-issue.

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    1. ayos sa reason, napaka hedonistic ng approach! oh well thats your own life, if u want to dig your own grave early then thats fine, i just dont echo ur sentiment that even drugs when taken in moderation is a non-issue coz it sure is!

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  55. alangan naman paglabas ng students sa school makialam pa ang benilde sa mga activities nila. Dont blame the school.

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    1. Korek! It's the parents' responsibility

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  56. She's so conyo but her name is so JEJE. Oh, Tulfos.

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  57. For Natassja Ramone:

    Hija, aral muna ng WRITING at SPELLING. Kapag kaya mo na, isunod mo na rin ang GRAMMAR. Tapos, pumunta ka dito sa FP at mag-comment ka, para ma-test natin kung me natutunan ka. Don't worry, marami tayong mga teachers dito at siguradong mahahasa ka sa mga skills na yan. Sige, wag ka nang tumambay sa mga tatlong lugar na yun, dito ka na lang sa FP tumambay, baka makalimutan mo mga problema mo.

    P.S.:

    btw, ang sinasabi ko dito ay yung tunay na English lessons, ha, hindi yung "Shakespearian English" nung isang kaklase namin. #justsayno

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    1. Hahaha!!! Anuba? Classmate natin dito yang si Natassja! LMAO

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  58. Tulfo you react as if you arent a media personality of course you know drugs are sold everywhere in the Philippines its no secret. Plus its a pity that you believe everything your daughter says "Coffee Shops"? What the hell mga inuman yun sir. What you did wont stop the selling of weed, meth, coke and other drugs if anything pinahiya mo lang anak mo ibubully na yan g*** hahaha. Its clearly seen that you dont even have a close relationship with your daughter so how do you expect her to be anyways.

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    1. Bullying his daughter masked as an expose. Totally agree. This is not the action of a concerned father but a grandstander, feeling hero kuno.

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    2. tama !!! sacrificial lamb ang bata..

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  59. basta ako saludo sayo Tulfo, i feel his frustration as a parent.

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  60. Si Mon Tulfo naghahanap ng maisisi. Sa hula ko mey pagkukulang din sya bilang magulang.

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  61. learn how to spell.. WRITING!!!! single T lang po. hahaha

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  62. implusive writting was done twice so i guess it was not a typo error Hahahahaha

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    1. Impulsive nga kasi eh, kaya pa ulit-ulit na lang...mali man o hindi, follow lang sa impulse. LOL

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  63. It is me but the kid looks like Ramon...Ramon Bautista. LOL #bakitDikCrushngCrushMO

    Baklang Olaf

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  64. Susme! IMPLUSIVE WRITTING DAW! Implusive na writting pa! Paano ka nakapag college iha?

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  65. Eto naman kasing si Tulfo, ginawang fb page ang opinion column niya. I know na he can write anything he wants to, pero ibahin naman ang personal rant at wag gamitin yun as "journalism". Kaya siya nadedemanda eh. Opinion page niya trashy. So un-inquirer-ish.

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    1. At his daughter's expense pa. Kadiri lang.

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  66. buti pa di na lang pinag aral, drugs lang pala minimajor ni iha...hirap maka graduate sa course na yan...sana ibinigay nlng ni mon tulfo yung tuition mo sa iskolar atleast may patutunguhan. Drugs pa more... e T3 na yan...bahala na si ben tulfo nyan.

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  67. wow ha. sa previous post ng FP, puro niyo sinasabi na Tulfo,the dad, did a wrong thing blaming the school. ngayon dito sa post.. kampi na kayo ngayon kay tulfo the dad? yung totoo!

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    1. Eh bastos at lapastangan yung anak eh natural sa tatay kami kakampi.

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    2. Nako. That's our society, girl. Nakikisakay nalang sila sa 'uso'. Kung ano majority, don sila sasali.

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  68. I understand Mr. Tulfo‘s anguish. Tama o mali dapat hinarap siya ng school officials. Parent siya eh. Customer. Kaya lang may repercussion ito. Bawal ang drug users sa school kaya baka ma kick out anak niya:( dahil sa ginawa niya.

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  69. Ikaw ba naman bigyan ng name na Natassja Ramone kung di ka malito sa spelling...

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  70. "I know that by writing this I would be exposing myself to embarrassment and my daughter to reprisal but I’m concerned about the other children and their parents." Nakasulat 'yan sa arti ni Mr. Tulfo. So HOY NASTASSJA, admit it or not you are a rude brat. Tampalin kaya kita diyan? You are clearly not concerned about CSB's reputation (even if it's already that bad lol), takot ka lang na kapag nagkaalaman na kung sino ang pushers, hindi ka na makakabili. Bye bye bisyo na. Ayaw mo lang din mapahiya sa friends mong humihithit din for sure. Watch your damn words. Also, you don't bite the hand that feeds you, you f***ing a. Bastos na anak.

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    1. If her father wont watch his damn words, why should she? He reaps what he sows. Mga sources nya nga prinoprotektahan nya, sarili nyang anak, ginanyan nya?

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    2. Wow! So dapat pala ang anak makipag bangayan sa magulang. Kelan pa naging patay ang magulang at anak?? Siguro lapastangan ka sa parent mo 10:22 halata sa comment mo. Pag sinampal ka ba ng magulang mo eh sasampalin mo din? He reaps what he sows yan pananaw mo diba? Tsk... tsk... sunog ka sa empyerno lol

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    3. wow nag dedefend ng husto ang isang anonymous !!! close kau ? hahahahaha

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  71. Mas mahal pa yung school kesa sa tatay.. IMPULSIVE WRITTING pa more.

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  72. I know most (or probably) all of you who have been commenting on this issue don't even know Tulfo's daughter. As well as you don't deeply know who Ramon Tulfo is, aside from the fact na isa siyang columnist na madami nang nakaaway at talaga namang impulsive writer. You don't know how he is when dealing with his family problems. Hindi niyo alam if it is real that Tulfo's intention for writing this article is to make the parents of CSB students aware of the alleged "drug prevalence" in the said school or kung totoo nga ba EVERY DETAIL na sinulat niya dito. Hindi niyo din alam kung bakit ganyan yung mga sinasabi ni Nastassja. She's a Teenager and we've all gone through that stage na alam naman natin talagang at high risk na may mga magagawang "hindi kanais-nais". Pero naisip niyo ba... KUNG MAY PROPER ATTENTION, UNDERSTANDING AND AFFECTION kaya na naibibigay sa kanya.. gagawin pa rin niya kaya yung mga masasama niyang ginagawa? Kasi kung OO ang sagot, she will surely get through any problems without having any thought to take illegal drugs kasi alam niyang mag "parents" na nakaalalay sa kanya at tutulungan siya na ayusin yung problema niya sa tahimik na paraan. PAANO KUNG YUNG INAASAHAN NIYANG "MAGULANG" WHO SHE THINKS WILL BE THE ONLY PEOPLE WHO WILL UNDERSTAND HER AY HINDI DIN NAMAN PALA IINTINDIHIN KUNG ANO PINAGDADAANAN NIYA? SIguro she is not mentally and psychologically stable para ma-handle kung ano yung pinagdadaanan niya and being "CHEMICALLY-DEPENDENT" is the only way she found para makaiwas sa problema niya. Yes, I know she's wrong for doing that. Pero wala tayong magagawa kasi ganun ang takbo ng isip niya. I can say that Mon Tulfo wasn't right for doing this thing kasi parang mas inuna niya pa yung awareness ng ibang parents and students over his daughter's welfare. By doing this mas lalo lang mahihirapan yung anak niya na mag cope up from whatever problem she is facing right now kasi aside from the fact na napahiya yung anak niya, madai pang nakikisawsaw na kung ano anong mga masasamang bagay ang sinasabi about Nastassja kahit na hindi naman alam kung ano ang totoong & buong kwento.

    Mon Tulfo & her daughter have their own mistakes on this problem. Si Mon Tulfo, he is not a perfect father (well, nobody is), and he necessarily needs to know and accept kung ano ang mali sa pagiging "father" niya then fix it quietly. On the otherhand, Nastassja should also know na hindi masasagot ng pagrerebelde ang problema niya at dapat kausapin niya ang parents niya ng maayos for them to be able to fix it privately.

    Yung mga makikitid ang isip jan na kung makapagsalita akala mo hindi dumaan sa pagiging teenager at nagmamalinis na akala mo never pinagdaanan na magkasala at sumagot sa magulang, YOU ALL BETTER SHUT UP BECAUSE IT'S NON SENSE. Ang kailangan ng batang yan is proper guidance not your judgments kasi nga walang nakakaalam kung ano yung totoong nangyayari sa kanila ng family niya or sa kanila ng father niya.

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    1. Hoy 11:07 Wala kang karapatan sabihan kami ng shut up dahil public forum itey! Ang OA ng nobela mo!

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    2. ako dumaan sa pagkateenager at hindi ako nagloko !! yun lang ang masasabi ko!

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    3. Slow clap for you 11:07. Pinaka may sense na comment tungkol sa issue na to.

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    4. Puriin ba ang sarili 2:11? Kunwari ibang tao lang pumuri LOL

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    5. 11:07.. whoever you are.. I salute you..you really got the point...Maraming nag mamalinis dito..bullying the child, judging her not knowing kung anu ba talaga naging buhay ng bata..My heart goes out to the child..at her age of all the problems she had? baka kung ibang tao yan hindi lang drugs ang iisipin kong kakampi sa buhay ko....she's a strong person !

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  73. Tama si Tulfo! as a mom, I appreciate the information. Although alam namn natin na drugs are everywhere, mas magiging vigilant pa rin ang mga magulang na malamn na merong ganito sa school ng mga anak natin. Mas mag dodoble pangaral tayo sa mga bata, in cooperation with the school. Alam namn natin na mas matagal ang oras ng mga students sa school kesa sa bahay ngayon.The school can help in warning the students on the bad things drugs can do. They can also have policemen watch over the surroundings which will always be good for everyone's safety. Walang utang na loob na bata. Sana din na lang sya sumagot sa tatay nya. As a journalist, tama lang ginawa nya. Kung ikaw din magulang, halos lahat gagawin mo pag nalamn mo na nag dadrugs anak mo. Hindi mo na iinitindihin ang kahihiyan dahil mas gugustuhin mo na matigil ang drugs para sa anak mo at sa lahat ng kabataan. Ganyan din gagawin ko kung ako ang magulang ng bata.

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  74. DEAR MR TULFO AND PARENTS,
    AS A COLLEGE STUDENT, I CAN SAY THAT DRUGS ARE EVERYWHERE. I THINK PARENTS LIKE MR TULFO ARE BASICALLY JUST UNAWARE OF THE PRESENCE OF ILLEGAL DRUGS IN VARIOUS COLLEGE COMMUNITIES IN MANILA.... STUDENTS LIKE ME KNOW NA RAMPANT NAMAN TALAGA DRUGS SA CSB AND LASALLE... MAY MGA STUDENTS DIN SA ATENEO, UP AND UST NA NAGDDRUGS DIN BUT WE ALL KNOW PINAKA MARAMI SA CSB/LASALLE. THE ACT OF TAKING IN DRUGS TODAY IS LIKE SMOKING CIGARETTES... ILLEGAL BUT PRETTY NORMAL. SHOCKING I KNOW.... BUT IT IS THE TRUTH. SO TO ALL PARENTS OUT THERE, IT'S NOT THE FAULT OF THE SCHOOL, NOR IS IT THE ENVIRONMENT. IT REALLY IS JUST ALL ABOUT INDIVIDUAL PRINCIPLES/ DISCIPLINE. IT'S HOW YOU RAISE YOUR KIDS, HOW YOU MAKE SURE THEY'RE GUIDED. THE ACT OF MR TULFO WAS BRAVE BUT I HONESTLY THINK THAT IT WILL NOT CHANGE ANYTHING. STUDENTS WILL STILL TAKE DRUGS... CLOSE THOSE ESTABLISHMENTS AND YET STUDENTS WILL FIND A WAY TO ACCESS THESE THINGS.
    YOU MUST TRY TO CHANGE YOUR DAUGHTER, MR TULFO. GUIDE HER TO MAKE RIGHT CHOICES IN LIFE. CUZ NO MATTER HOW MUCH YOU TRY TO CHANGE THE SCHOOL NOTHING WILL REALLY HAPPEN KASI GANYAN NA TALAGA YAN EH. THERE WILL ALWAYS BE DRUGS IN THOSE SCHOOLS.

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