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Sunday, August 20, 2017

PNA Uses Wrong Map for Article on Ilocos Norte


Images courtesy of www.pna.gov.ph

48 comments:

  1. Hahha Grabe naman yung nagpublish ng article. Hindi ni-review?! Nakalagay na nga sa photo "ILOCOS SUR"! All caps pa! Harujosko! Mukhang sa Wikipedia na nga lang kumuha ng photo, mali pa! Yung totoo?! Lasing nagpublish?!😂

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    1. Yan na ba ang resulta ng editorial board na binuo ni Andanar? Palpak pa rin? San nya ba pinupulot mga nilalagay jan?

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    2. Philippine FAKE NEWS Agency!!!

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    3. Bulag yata yung mga reporter at editor jan e

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  2. HAHAHAHAHAHAA ayoko na!!!!!!

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  3. Nakakahawa talaga yung mga pa-symbolism

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  4. The best and the brightest nga e!

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  5. Pekeng News Agency. Bagay na bagay si Mocha dyan, kahit magpa-twitter poll pa. Hahahaha

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    1. Ayan na nga ang ibig sabihin ng PNA. Pekeng News Agency. LOL.
      Managed ng mga bopols, tapos puro paandanar pa boss nila. Winner!

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    2. Hahaha grabe na to napaka incompetent ng mga tauhan ni Andana. Sayang lang tax namin sa inyo!!!

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  6. Eto dapat nakakatikim ng $&@@#€<€£'!!!

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  7. Si Mocha siguro nag upload nyan. Symbolism yan, anuba.

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    1. Sigurado yan. Si Mocha Uson na naman ang may gawa nito. Wala kasi siyang hilig sa research.

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  8. Ayan kase si andanar nag pasok ng mga hindi civil service eligible - don't me! Kilala ko mga pinasok mo na walang eligibility!!!!!!

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    1. Beks, CSC eligibility is for permanent positions.

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    2. 5:41 Yes, dahil technically yung mga position which handles this is permanent one. It's very sensitive hence kailangan ng certain qualifications - CSC included. Kahit nga clerk kelangan eligible HELLO. Mga utilities na lang ang pwede i-job order ngayon. The CSC Eligibility would not serve its purpose kung mag matter lang siya sa length of service.

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    3. 6:18 yung mga contractuals ata yung tinutukoy ni 4:46. Hindi requirement ang pasado sa civil service para maging contractual. Maraming technical jobs ang binibigay sa mga contractuals not just utilities like janitorial and security. Marami kasing government agencies ang kulang sa permanent items so they outsource. And they have important tasks ha: reports, speech writing, research, to name a few. They are even sent abroad as Philippine delegates. I should know because I'm a government employee.

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    4. May point lahat. Pero may nagcleclear ng reports for posting sa websites or reports for publication. At sila ay regular employees na may authority para may accountability if ever na contractual ang nagdraft ng initial report.namumuro na ang PNA sa kanilang mga uploads. Nevertheless, whether contractual or permanent, technical or non-technical, dapat pulido pa rin ang trabaho - government employee na nagsimula sa contractual appointment

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    5. 6;18, appointed and contractual jobs, as well as consultants do not undergo CSC eligibility. Halatang di ka nagtatrabaho sa gobyerno.

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    6. 2:16 Speaking for this specific agency baks, they turned down Journalism grad with MA and CSC eligibility for the hakot of someone. Sinama nya from his previous non-govt job. And to think na ang qualification for this job requires eligibility, check their website if andun pa notifications

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  9. they doing it on purpose.haha. damay damay na to.

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  10. the best! kayo na ang the best, at dahil nagreact tayo ibig sabihin sikat sila hahahah sayang tax money natin

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  11. I think this was done on purpos. The reason is to increase the traffic of their website. Peole will start to visit their site out of curiosity. Talo kayo ni martin adanar hahahhaha.

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    1. Ikaw na ang magaling sa strategy! So wag na lang pansinin na mali ang balita at nagbabayad ang gobyerno ng mga taong di naman dapat sa PNA?

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    2. As a taxpayer, this is an absurd strategy! 4th Strike na PNA, they should shutdown this website.

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    3. Nakita ko na dito sa fp bakit pa ko pupunta sa walang kwentang site na yan

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    4. This is not a profit generating company though. Does the site traffic more important than reliable news? Wag ko lang mabalitaan na may PBB sila ha sa dami ng kapalpakan!

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    5. What's the point of increasing the traffic? Nagbebenta ba sila ng ad spots sa website at kailangan nila ng inventory? #palusot101

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  12. Hi PNA! Pwede mag-apply? Promise nag-aral ako ng Mass Comm.

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    1. Hahaha kaloka ka bes dami kong tawa sayo. Dahil dyan ur hired

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    2. But are you a pro duterte blind fanatic blogger? May backer ka ba sa loob? Kung hindi eh wag ka ng umasa.

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  13. Laughing stock na kayo

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  14. Nakakarami na tong PNA ah! Sibakin lahat ng andyan irresponsible naturingang news! Tsk!

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  15. Nakakabuwisit na talaga itong mga taga PCOO. Mahiya naman kayo sa binabayad naming tax payers. Ayaw naming nagtatapon ng pera. Prove your worth naman. Lalo nyong dinidiin na wala kayong kwenta.

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  16. Ito na nga! Galing talaga ni supreme president. Inappoint ang the best and the brightest in their fields. Change is coming indeed.

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  17. Marketing strategy daw para dumami readers.

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    1. Readers ng mga maling balita?

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    2. 1:39, iba ang maling balita sa maling photo.

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  18. Strike 2 na Ito. Does this mean no read no write ang staff ng PNA? Hay naku sayang lang ang pasuweldo sa inyo!!!

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    1. Grabe ka naman sa no read no write, kaya naman baks. Ang catch lang no think 😂

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  19. THIS IS WHERE OUR TAXES GO!

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  20. andanar to all of u: up yours 🤣🤣🤣🤣

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  21. Sayang taxes sa inyo.

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  22. Between the killing spree and this nonsense PhilIppines you are doomed.
    Anyway don't they proof read everything?

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  23. Hahaha... i-scroll niyo raw pataas para makita ang norte.

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  24. PNA's explanation .... "(Note: The original map used as the featured image of the article shows the map of Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur and La Union. However, it was autocropped by the new dashboard system, thus, only a portion of the map showing Ilocos Sur appeared with the article posted on August 18, 2017.)" Then again, it was the responsibility of the author to ensure that the article and the photo that goes with it are okay once published. Hay, sablay na naman!!

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