Saturday, September 7, 2019

Insta Scoop: Manny Pacquiao Goes Back to College

Image courtesy of Instagram: mannypacquiao

56 comments:

  1. Atleast he is working to improved himself more... kudos

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    1. I agree, saludo ako sa mga taong bumabalik sa school no matter their age. I’ve always liked Manny but there is a different level of respect that he will gain from doing this.

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    2. Yes good job. Pero di parin kita ivote na president

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    3. Sana ginawa niya yan bago siya pumasok sa politics. Helloooo?

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    4. Again? Ilang beses na nya ginawa toh, to gain popularity and not to really finish school. Yung training nya sa boxing natututukan nya pero yung pag aaral nya hindi nya matapos tapos. Sana wag na magpaloko ang mga pilipino.

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    5. 12:54 sorry. still no respect for people who run first, then study later so he can understand his job.
      i admire those who *keeps* on studying to learn more

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    6. Sana all. Apply ka muna work, pag natanggap, balik school.

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    7. Anon 7:00 Minsan tlga kse hectic ang schedule ng mga tao, He was not blessed with many things when he first started kaya I still admire him for trying to finish his education. And don’t be sorry for having a different opinion 😊
      Pagdating naman sa gobyerno, If I have to choose Manny vs a kurakot, I will have to take the lesser of two evils.

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  2. Tagging Ms. Karen Davila heheheh

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    1. Why? This is post facto. I applaud him for going back pero not sure why this will render the Karen Davila issue irrelevant. On the contrary, mas lalo pa napatotoo.

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    2. pasalamat nga tayo kay karen at kung di siya nagtanong, baka boxing practice lang ang inaatupag ni manny, hindi pag-aaral ng batas. kelangan pa icorner si senator para tablan ng hiya

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  3. ay luhh ang bata lang tingnan ni pacman dyan sa ID

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    1. Hahaha oo nga parang high school

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  4. Double good job Manny!

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  5. naka graduate ba to ng high school?

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    1. naka- ALS siya.. passer pa.. at nagtetake na siya ng mga governance courses sa DAP

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  6. Sana totoong siya ang papasok sa classes at mag-aaral. I had a classmate in Public Ad - staff of a politician attending the classes on behalf of his boss. Rarely present, pero buong sem yung staff lang ang umaattend. Grabe, kalokohan. Ano kaya yun 'di ba?

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    1. Hayy iba kasi nagagawa ng power and money, grabe naman yan!

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    2. Exactly!!!! Hay! Ang daming nauuto ng ganitong paandar

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    3. I- surprise quiz na yan!

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    4. same sa brother ko in UP. enrolled si senator sa course nila so excited silang makadaupang palad si honorable. yun pala staff nya lang ang papasok for attendance check the whole semester. a big joke

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    5. Di sana kumuha na lang sila ng private tutor.

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    6. so paano pag exam? si staff rin ang sasagot!?

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  7. Kuha muna ng government position then prepare later 🤣

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    1. At least trying to improve himself

      Shoutout kay Bato dela Rosa, Bong go, Bong Revilla. Baka lang gusto nyo gayahin.

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    2. At least - the phrase to describe the politicians Filipinos elect and your brain. Thank god you know how to type, that’s a skill. God bless your heart. ❤️

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    3. May private tutors po si Bato from UP.

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    4. 2:27 Bato has MPA & PhD degrees, Bong Go has a Management degree from DLSU.

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    5. 2:27
      at least. baba talaga ng standards ng pinoy. kaya tayo nasa pancitan, ang hilig natin sa "pwede na"

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    6. Korek ka jan! Pasok ka sa next round!

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  8. May university of Makati na pala.

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    1. Juice ko, Baks! Saan ka ba galing?

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    2. Tagal na po mumsh. Alumni ako non lol so proud kasi marami ng courses na inooffer from nursing to radtech to law ang dami dami na at ang mura pa ng tuition!

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    3. Matagal na baks baka di ka pinapanganak pero kung matanda ka na dapat alam mo na yan.

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    4. Yeah, matagal na. And may Olympic-standard track oval sila and across the street naman is may malinis at Olympic-sized swimming pool for Makati residents

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  9. #formality

    -GandaraParks

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  10. as if naman papasok. sa senate nga laging absent.

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    1. Kunwari lang yan. MAy ambisyong mag Presidente

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    2. Hahahaha ang hard. Pero sana nga pasukan naman nya to.

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    3. Hahaha! Honga! May training pa lagi with Roach!

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  11. To Umak,siguraduhin na pumapasok ng school si manny.

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  12. I cant believe how people can still find fault in this post. I mean, here he is trying to work on himself for the better, and yet people are still throwing shades? I mean, come on!

    Damn if you do, damn if you don't ey....

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    1. 12:12 who would be happy to see someone run for a post first, and then study later about the basics of that job? you should expect more from your politicians.

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    2. 428 point is nasa pwesto na actually maraming nasa pwesto na di nman talaga qualified pero nahahalal. At least ito may planong mag improve kahit papano.

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  13. Good he decided to take a course to enlighten and enrich himself with necessary learnings for a lawmaker but he should really choose between being a phenominal boxer and a mediocre lawmaker politician. Not to forget, he's also holding his concert soon. Not too busy in the Senate?

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  14. Tapos after 6 months lang may Bachelor Degree na! Galing!

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    1. Hahahahaha......naging kolonel na nga Army yan even without the training. Parang joke lang sa pinas ang lahat kasi. Palakasan o pera lahat.

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  15. Many of you are dissing his becoming a senator before he pursues furthering his studies. Perhaps reading the Article IV Section 3 of the 1987 Constitution will enlighten you:

    "No person shall be a Senator unless he is a natural-born citizen of the Philippines, and on the day of the election, is at least 35 years of age, able to read and write, a registered voter, and a resident of the Philippines for not less than two years immediately preceding the day of the election."

    He is, therefore, qualified. You got issues that somebody with no degree can be a member of the senate, then have the constitution amended or changed.

    And get off your high horses. The man had a tough and rough start in life. If his formal education is delayed, it's because he had to pursue something else to have the means to study again.

    If you really have to sneer at someone, it should be of somebody who got everything and all the opportunities given, and yet chose to waste himself over vices and foolish things.

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    1. Affected ka baks. Millions more are more qualified than him, that’s the point.

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    2. @340 Sabihin mo yan sa mga millions din na kuda ng kuda sa social media pero tamad nman magpa-register para makaboto.

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  16. haha so pasok muna sa politika bago aral??? wow... ojt lang pala sya nung panahon na yun??? kami nga hirap makapasok sa work graduate na ng college... ang galing talaga

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    1. Ganyan sa pinas. Lahat baligtad......hehehehe.

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  17. ang tanong, aattend kaya ng class? sus

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  18. bat nde sya nag Ateneo, LaSalle or UP?

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