Friday, October 18, 2019

Insta Scoop: Yasmien Kurdi Purchases Painting To Help Prisoners Raise Bail



Images courtesy of Instagram: yasmien_kurdi

37 comments:

  1. Sana may profile yung mga bina-bail para malaman kung deserving ba sila sa fund raising for their bail especially when the crime involves moral torpitude. Yes maganda tumulong pero baka you do more harm instead of helping

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    1. Lahat ng tao nagbabago. Let's try to see the good in people. And hindi mo din naman alam if she has done her due diligence na din in getting to know about the ones she's helping out.

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    2. Actually may point ka dyan baks

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    3. Ay susme, isang buklat ng booking sheet makikita na dun yun. Pwede ba.

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    4. Alam mo 1:08 bilang tamang duda ka FYI for offenses punishable by reclusion perpetua and life imprisonment, non bailable yon. Gaya ng murder, rape with homicide etc. I am sure mga mahihirap ito na nakagawa ng krimen gaya ng pagnanakaw dahil sa hilab ng sikmura nang nagutom. Oo masama magnakaw holier than thou tayo eh, pero mas pipiliin ko na palayain ang nagnakaw ng pandesal at delata ng corned beef kaysa sa nagnakaw ng pork barrel. Sa totoo lang ang daming nakakulong umabot na ng 70 - 80 ang edad na kung tutuusin hindi naman mabigat ang kaso. Wala lang pera.

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    5. Meron din kasing mababaw lang ang crime pero hindi makapag piyansa. Hindi naman natin alam kung ano proseso, baka naman may priority sila yung hindi nga mabigat ang kaso. Hindi naman susuportahan ni Yasmien yan kung critikal yung papalayain. And it will give the prisoners hope, it's inspiring, actually.

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    6. Well, for the most part individuals who commit terrible crimes tend to have a pattern of antisocial behaviors, it'll take a lot for them to be encouraged to sit there, interact peacefully with other members, and learn how to make art, unless they are really motivated to change. Most likely the ones who participate in programs like these are the one time or minor offenders, those who are innocent and are awaiting trial, and those who want to be rehabilitated. I would say exception to the rule yung mga di deserving and are faking it to get funds, they just wouldn't have the resolve to get through it if they're not sincere. This analogy is not perfect but imagine starting a 15-day juice cleanse, or committing to go to the gym 5x/wk for 3 months when all you've known your whole life is to be a couch potato...takes a lot of willpower. Also, imagine 'normal' people getting their mandatory art class in elementary/HS school when they can't draw--it's really frustrating sitting there trying to draw a hand that ends up looking like a banana, i'm sure most people won't come to class if they are not obliged to do so. I would imagine rehabilitative programs including this one sa BJMP would have a set of rules and norms that prisoners have to follow to be able to have the privilege to join, e.g. not get in trouble and demonstrate good behavior consistently. And as far as I know, bjmp only holds prisoners who have been accused pero wala pang hatol, or those na nagseserve ng relatively short sentence. Not everybody in there is guilty, so they deserve to have a fighting chance at makapagbail habang nililitis ang kaso nila.

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    7. Very good ka 4:19. Ganyan dapat my sense ang comment

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  2. Hindi ba’t nasa kulungan sila para magbayad sa mga kasalanan nila? Anyare

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    1. Nope, yang mga nasa BJMP detainees lang. Wala pang conviction. Stated otherwise, di pa napapatunayang nagkasala, bintang pa lamang.

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  3. Medj napataas kilay ko but oh well..

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  4. What a beautiful painting

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    1. Same thing I said when I saw it!

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  5. Ok naman yung painting mura lang din pero maganda at pag may nagtanong it will start conversation pero sana i check muna yung record

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  6. Kung hindi naman masyadong mabigat ang kaso, why not tulungan di ba? Sana yung talento nilang yan gamitin nila sa pagbabagong buhay at sa mabuting paraan.

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    1. Mismo. And hopefully this will inspire them.

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  7. May hawig pala siya kay Reese Witherspoon

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    1. Agree, the resemblance is uncanny.

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    2. Yung painting? Di ko maaninag teh.

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    3. Yes, also Bea cyst

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    4. Dun sa Cruel Intentions day ni Reese yung nakapig tails siya.

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    5. Agree. Akala ko ako lang naka pansin 2:26.

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  8. Maganda ang painting, may depth. Unlike Richard Gomez's paintings na di ko mawari.

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    1. 1:30 It reaches depth naman ah 🤣

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    2. you stole my comment baks,hahahs. apir! ito ang worth bayaran ng 196k hindi yung kababuyang basura art ni goma

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    3. Hahaha! Oo nga.

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  9. It happened for a reason. Hindi pa siguro malalaman na may talent sya if hindi sya nakulong.

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  10. Mas maganda pa yung painting nila kesa sa gawa ng mga artists na puro pa-modern art

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  11. hindi ko alam na pang bail pala yong binili ko na painting. Akala ko to support yun mga families ng nakulong. Bumibili din kasi ako dyan sa project na yan.

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  12. I've been watching Yasmien in Beautiful Justice, magaling sya ha

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  13. Ang ganda ng painting! This is for a good cause. Sana gamitin ang social media para maipalaganap ito. And ditto on all saying na dapat may case profile nung painter

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  14. Hopefully deserving yung mga mapapalaya...
    in fairness, maganda yung yung painting, unlike Goma's yellow d***

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  15. Maganda yung painting.

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  16. yan ang tunay na art work!

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  17. I think naman yung mga ipapalaya eh yung mga na check at na assess na ang records..bail na lang ang kulang. Kudos to yasmien..

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