Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Tweet Scoop: PHISGOC COO Says Taped or Live Lighting of Cauldron is Irrelevant


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94 comments:

  1. correct.nun nag test run sayang daw gastos sa paputok.. un nalaman pre taped naman pala may issue din. e what if umulan bigla and walang backup plan. pahiya db.. d alam san lulugar sa inyo.

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    1. 1:06 they called it a test run. kung naging honest sila na yun na yun walang magrereklamo ngayon. may mga nagpunta on the day ng opening thinking it was live, so sana may pasabi sila sa lahat di ba? pero parang hindi naman nila ia-address to kung walang nakapansin.

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    2. Those who went to the venue should tell the info na lang if meron or wala.

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    3. 1:38, siempre, hindi nila sabihin na taped yung lighting eh di wala ng pumuntang tao. Sayang din ang audience participation, pang pa brownie points sa event at sa camera. Nag hakot pa nga sila ng mga tao to watch the event. Pampadami din yon for the whole world to see on television or videos.

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    4. 50 million ang halaga konting ulan lang hindi na magsisindi?

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    5. wala naman sinabi na pumunta doon e ang sabi arena lang nag assume lang mga tao. madami ka lang talaga sinasabi. tapos pag sinabi uunahan nu na naman ng fail hashtag.

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    6. OA mo lang 1:38am. Malay mo test run talaga aim nila dun, at saktong baka di maganda panahon dun sa Bulacan kaya yun na lang ang ginamit na record para safe. Contingency plan tawag dyan!

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    7. Guys, even dubai pre-recorded its palm jumeirah fireworks before. No issue there.

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  2. Same sentiments. It was synchronized well so I really didn’t mind.

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    1. Anong synchronized di nga live..

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  3. Congratulations po sa buong team behind the SEA Games opening ceremony!

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  4. I knew it wasn't live. also knew the cauldron's lighting had nothing to do with the torch they were holding. it barely touched the pole..that was obvious

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    1. so what?? does it really matter???

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    2. lighting of the torch signals the start. yes it was grand and beautiful but it didnt feel authentic. not when the flames did not come from the torch. and who lights a cauldron without looking at the cauldron? it was a big show with the whole shebang pero sana they made it possible na ped i light amg cauldron

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  5. Well it is relevant to people who care about the taxes they are paying.

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    1. Bakit, nagamit naman ah? Hindi naman siya napabayaan or hindi natapos. I care about the taxes I pay for, pero I don’t find any faults on this petty issue.

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    2. Agree. They could have rented or animation na lang. TV shiw lang daw pala eh. Pati mga kumanta halatang lip sync

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    3. Hirap mo i-please. Kahiya sa dugo mong bughaw! Dinaig mo pa artista sa feeling of entitlement

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    4. 1:49 error should be avoided here kaya as much as possible binawasan nila un room for errors. im a taxpayer and i have no qualms. I can sit back and say to the next gen that we did it

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    5. mga privileged ang nagcocomment di kasi nakakaramdam ng kahirapan, magkaron naman sana kayo ng pake oy!

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    6. 1:38 Nagamit sa maling paraan. Deny pa

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    7. lalong panget anon 1:49am kung animation. Cheap nun!

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    8. Tinipid talaga ang budget.. Wag na mag maangmaangan

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  6. Eh di sana ginawa na lang nilang CGI yung cauldron kung television show lang pala. 50M para sa television show?

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    1. Totoo. DDS will always be in denial. Pero the cauldron will always be a symbol of corruption.

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    2. Go check the cauldron, it is always lighted... if for non atheletes and nega like you it means corruption, then it's another thing for athletes... it symbolizes pride for oneself and for the country na matagal na nilang hindi nararanasan sa mga past admin...

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    3. Dami kuda ng mga to jusko. Mas mura pa nga cauldron natin sa cauldron ng Singapore which costs P63million pesos. Hindi naman yung mismong cauldron lang ang ginastusan dun. Kasama sa ginastusan ang mekanismo nun na high-tech, yung underground foundation, yung fuel etc...

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    4. Omg, you are right. 50+ million wasted.

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    5. 5:50 Totoo ba yan? O sinabi lang ni Cayetano? Pwede bang ma-verify na 63m nga?

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    6. Pinagsasabi mong pride for the athletes? If they really care about the athletes, dinagdagan nila budget ng mga atleta natin. Baka dun pa totoong matuwa mga atleta na sinasabi mo

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    7. 550 totoo ba yan? Kasi kung ikompara mo nman sa atin na ang mura ng pa sweldo kaysa Singapore. Kamhal mahal nyan.

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  7. Honestly very unsatisfying yung manner ng pag-light ng cauldron haha Yung torch itinapat lang sa poste awkwardly. I want to unsee

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    1. Yup, cringeworthy. Fake na fake talaga.

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  8. So much hate and negativity at times. Mahirap mag organize. Ang daming detalye. Ang daming situations and scenarios where Murphy’s Law can play out. A lot of people gave all they could of their time and effort for all these. Sana lang those who couldn’t really do any better anyway just stop finding fault. Can’t we just celebrate the wins and learn from a few of the things that may not have been 100% perfect?

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    1. The thing is billions and billions of pesos kase ang usapan na budget. Maganda yung opening dahil sa mga performers pero yung mga venue natin sa actual games naku po. Hirap ng gusto mo kontento lang lagi buti kung 3k lang budget wow tlga pero 11 billion...

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    2. You can support and celebrate the wins of our athletes while criticizing the corruption and ineptitude of the organizers (esp. na 8B ang involved na pera). Those two are not mutually exclusive.

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    3. How can we learn kung ayaw niyo ngang pino-point out yung mali?

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    4. Well said 1:43am!

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    5. I second 1:43

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    6. Inutang pa yang budget na yan ha.

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    7. Jusko ano ba nag totoong budget? 6.5b, 8b or 11b? Biktima ba tayo ng fake news mga klasmeyt? May point nman c 143. At 557 sa tingin mo san aabot ang 3k mo? 😂

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    8. 3k na budget? Para mag-apoy for 2 weeks ang cauldron? Kakasya yan pag nagsiga ka ng uling at panggatong.

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    9. I honestly agree with this, pero sana may accountability sa gobyerno at imbestigahan sana after the games.

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    10. Dapat I audit yang organizers after the event para magkaalaman na

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  9. To be fair yung itsura ng cauldron up close mukhang magigiba na if used more than once.

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  10. Kung ginawang live, sasabihin “sobrang daming pera nilagay sa fireworks lang. practice and actual fireworks display”. Saan lulugar?

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  11. the bar is set too low

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    1. but at least higher than your IQ..now go figure out what your IQ is.

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    2. 10:50 so edgy ka na nyan? anong konek ng IQ. not to mention it's not an accurate measure of intelligence

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    3. Hahahahaha...there is no bar.

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  12. My God! Tapos na bat ang dami pa ring reklamo? Ang ganda ganda ng resulta ng ceremony. Kung magrereklamo ba uulitin pa, diba hindi na nman? 🙄 But I agree na sana imbestigahan yang cauldron na yan. Ang mahal ha.

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    1. Kung si Sarah Duterte nga may reklamo, kami pa kaya na tax payers pa. Hello!!!

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    2. Sabi ni Cayetano magreklamo daw pag tapos na

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    3. worth it naman ginastos! Mahal na kaya materyales ngayon

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    4. 430 TAX PAYER DIN HO AKO. Para sa kaalaman mo po. 🙄 My gosh, galit na galit? At bakit mauulit pa natin kung hindi nyo nagustuhan? 😑

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    5. It’s our tax money. We have the right. Educate yourself. If you don’t care that’s your problem.

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  13. Ang daming hanash ng mga tao. Sinabi na nga na it's their contingency plan since may bagyo nga kaya they pretaped the lighting of cauldron, mahirap bang intindihin yun? Konting pangunawa lang hindi pa maibigay ng mga tao. Kala nyo naman ang daling magput up ng ganun kalaking production. Eh di sana kayo na lang ang nagdirect at nag organize nung program mga genuis ata kayo eh. Sala sa init sala sa lamig, di na maintindihan san lulugar sa inyo eh.

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  14. It’s so odd, supposedly it’s the highlight. and excuse me it’s more than a tv show. What about for the athletes present at the stadium? I feel it’s mainly for them. Imagine this happening in an Olympic opening?

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  15. I'm surprised to know walang penalty para sa any host nation kapag hindi live nasindihan ang torch kasi the opening ceremony is really all about that. Yun talaga ang simbolo ng mga international sports events especially sa olympics. Plus points na lang kung televised sya or hindi. So I guess for Phisgoc mas importante ang televised opening ceremony na ipakita na engrande sa TV na masayang sayawan at kantahan pero nawala ang saysay ng torch lighting tradition. Nakakalungkot na mismong chairs ng seagames hindi importante yung dapat importante. Priorities, priorities. Sa Pilipinas, entertainment trumps sports talaga.

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  16. Maraming kelangan i-audit sa cauldron, bukod sa design and build, dapat icheck especially the money allocated for the gas to keep the fire burning and the tags for audience, basically hindi nagamit so dapat hindi nagastos. Nasa 10M din yun sa budget nila cayetano.

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  17. May theft charges pala ito currently. Tapos kinuha na naman to handle a multi billion event.

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  18. Hindi pa pala kayo tapos sa opening? Ang daming sumaya, naging proud, naiyak, nanindig balahibo. Humahakot na nga ng sandamakmak na ginto tapos puro sita, lait pa rin??? EH DI WOW! MANGUNSUMI KAYO HAHAHAH!

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  19. Lets get some things straight. Televised lang ang opening ceremonies, hindi sya television show. Intention nila talagang i-tape lang ang torch lighting, and not for the reason na ‘baka umulan’; kaya nga hiwalay ang venue ng torch lighting. The cost of the cauldron is still too much.

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  20. E kung sa umpisa pa lng sinabi na nilang itatape lang nila hindi mageexpect yung mga tao.

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  21. Palusot nonsense. It’s a live event, dapat live din ang lighting. I have never witnessed any lighting event in the world that is not live with the event. Only in pinas as they say. Hopeless.

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    1. Charot. Tingnan mo Beijing Olympics, check mo dun ilang percent ng opening at closing nila prerecorded. Olympics yun ha. Fake fireworks, lipsynching, bunch of other controvesies. Get your ignorance outta here.

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    2. Hayyy, so true. You are right.

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  22. Hahahahaha...that’s the usual pwede na attitude. It’s embarrassing.

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  23. Too hopeless, too embarrassing, too incompetent.

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    1. Ikaw nman TOO NEGA AT CRAB. LOL, tapos na maganda ang kibalabasan. Ano pang kinkastress mo? 🙄

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    2. When can people like you understand that shaming your fellow pinoys is shaming yourself and the country? Kala nyo ba your words don't also reflect on YOU?

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    3. Hmmm, that’s the usual in this country baks. No surprise here.

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  24. Is the cauldron even lit? It is supposed to be lit 24/7 throughout the game period as per tradition.

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  25. That’s a shameless excuse. Not acceptable.

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  26. Sayang 55 M. Maraming low cost housing na magagawa nyan. Maganda ang ceremony per nakakain ba yan? Natitirhan ba yan?

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  27. Sana naman we can hold our complaints and nitpicking after the games. People need to understand that our atheletes need our support, 100% positivity sana. Every negative we point out, we forget that di lang PHISGOC ang napapahiya, pati po tayo, the entire country. So, sana, let's focus on cheering for our atheletes and let the people at fault take responsibility after the games close. United front sana... Our atheletes are killing it so far pa naman.

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    1. @1:57 PM - the ones at fault will never take responsibility so we should nitpick as the errors are discovered. Like you said, our athletes are killing it. Imagine how better they could have done if they received what should have been theirs for their training, food and equipment instead of these corrupt officials pocketing the taxpayer's money. We nitpick because we care about our athletes and our country, more than our "kahihiyan". True unity and patriotism demand that we put the corrupt and incompetent officials to shame and drive them out of office ASAP regardless if "mapahiya" tayo.

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    2. Yaaaas! Exactly! As a country, kahit for a few weeks lang can we keep it together for our players? Ang pangit natin tingnan, we're at an international stage tapos tayo-tayo lang nag-bibicker, parang mga bata.

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  28. Halatang halata naman pre taped yung part sa subic. Nakakapagtaka na marami nagulat lol!

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  29. It couldve been better definitely. It didn’t feel authentic kasi nga hindi naman totoo yung passing of the torch flame. Parang naputol yung tradition. Nakakadistract pa yung fireworks. Mas ok sana kung sa performances yung fireworks kaso indoors eh so yun lang.

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  30. Ewan ko ba pagkamahal mahal ng cauldron na yan you’d think na may mechanism sya na bumaba para maabot ni Manny para sindihan tapos aangat ulit. Or dahil taped naman, dapat hinarness nalang si Manny para mukhang lumilipad papunta sa cauldron tapos lagyan ng effects. Ang importante naman mailipat yung flame ng torch sa cauldron. Hindi yung tinuro turo lang yung torch sa base tas bigla na lang nagliyab yung cauldron sa taas. Kalokohan.

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    1. 3:19 May nag explain na nito eh. Ang mechanism and works na tinutukoy is yung underground. Mura lang ang cauldron, yung underground works ang mahal. It is for the safety of everyone. Ang hirap dahil di nakikita, kaya di narin kayang maintindihan ng mga utak ng ibang tao.

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    2. 319 Do you know what it takes to sustain a flame through weeks outdoors on unpredictable weather and without having it blowing up on anyone getting near it? Baka kala mo same mechanism lang yan ng cigarette lighter?

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  31. Bakit big deal e sa Beijing Olympics, their fireworks were prerecorded and edited din naman to add in special effects? Stop nitpicking, keep it to yourself, make a list and let it out AFTER the games, para naman up ang morale ng athletes natin. Pagkatapos ng games pwede na kayong magrambol.

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    1. Not true. The awesome cauldron lighting and fire works were live and legit during the Beijing olympics opening ceremony. They’ve added some taped highlights for the tv viewers lang. Gets mo.

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  32. OMG get over it! We are grabbing gold medals left and right! Cheer for our players instead of fighting!

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  33. That is too ignorant. Torch lighting in the high light of the opening ceremony. That’s the reason why they have very expensive cauldron to begin with.

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  34. Irrelevant pala eh why did we spend 50Million on it

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  35. You can pre-record everything during the opening ceremony but not the torch lighting. NOT THAT ONE.

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