Saturday, January 3, 2015

Over 100M-peso cost of #DongYanWedding shouldered by GMA Network as publicity investment!


I was correct with my gut feelings. My friendly butiki, who listens to everything inside the executive offices of GMA7, confirmed that it was the network that paid for everything (repeat, everything) in the so called 'royal wedding'. It was over Php100m on the wedding day alone, not including other expenses in the pre-nuptial activities. This is an eye-popping amount if it is just a wedding expense (as I am one of those who think that a 20m wedding is already stupid and insensitive in a Third World setting, even if one could afford a 500m one). Over 100m, however, is a justifiable amount, even cheap vis-a-vis the ROI, if it is accounted as marketing and advertising expense of a large corporation that regularly spends much more anyway in their ads and promos.

If the network has been able to project that their signature stars are bigger than those from competition, then they would have been able to deliver the message that GMA7 is the bigger kid in the block (don't get me wrong; there's nothing wrong in being number one in a very competitive business). It appears they have achieved this objective, and the network executives are happy. In fact, they are very happy as some foreign media picked up on the event, like the CBS morning show and that already mentioned above, etc. There were also other side messages that were delivered in the process, like they control the other "stars" in politics and entertainment (no less than Pres BS Aquino attended… almost a dozen bishops and priests, and the competitors' signature stars were also there. ….Ateneo and La Salle were also united since the groom is an Atenean; the bride, a La Sallian).. and other corny things and spins, which were debated, but were eventually dropped so that the main message would remain uncluttered.

The unexpected bonus for them were the articles from GRP and how the event went viral in social media, as this extended the discussion of the event beyond the 24-hour news cycle. This came free (though, GRP might want to think of collecting some fee from GMA as it has helped in the PR blitz in a big way. I understand some of the lesser known stars were paid their PF, professional fees, for their attendance in the wedding). GRP, of course, could choose to be untainted by GMA's money; afterall GRP had their own bonus — those who normally don't pay attention to more important issues than a royal wedding finally visited the site. (Ilda should be congratulated.)

We are all caught in the spider web of media, and as I make my comments now, I am very much aware that I am allowing myself to be entangled in the web of GMA7 — they want us to talk about the wedding. GRP and some commenters here know this as well. The point is that if we know we are in the web, we should know how to get out of the web. Unfortunately, it seems a good many don't know this, and it is easy to spot who these were; their operative words in the comboxes: inggetera.. ano ba paki-alam nyo.. it's their own money.. they worked hard for it… this is democracy… etc. Well, knowing what was said earlier, can these comments be considered moot and academic now? (It was not the couple's money; it was a marketing expense of a large company. And, even if one had all the money in the world, one simply can't go against decency, good taste, and all such principles that might enhance, improve, or elevate the culture and society at large.)

We have a good many damned, or dumb, suckers of whatever media dishes out. They buy the media products, events, shows, etc, without even pausing to think. Well, this was expected of the D and E demographics, and that must be why GMA went ahead with the project, even building the anticipation to the event in their daily news. I would like to think it was not expected of the middle class that populate the social media — how could these guys who have all the access to knowledge thru Google and the like be buying a fake imitation of royalty? Ganun na ba tayo kababaw, that all we need is "kilig" and cheezy things? So, does PHL have a bigger problem with the mentality of the middle class than poverty? Would it be able to solve poverty in a more efficient way if it addresses the mentality of the middle class first? Or, did we already know that Education should have been the priority and the focus all this time?

More than the code against extravagance, I think there is a more forceful code, written or unwritten, related to truth in advertising. If you sell a royal wedding, was there truth in it if there was no body in attendance who had a blue blood? Or, is the government afraid of media? Is this the reason why they have allowed Education to deteriorate in quality since media has more influence than the teachers? and investment in schools, teachers, and books would just be negated by the ubiquitous noontime and showbiz tsismis TV shows? Or, are they afraid of a well-educated populace because this would be a threat to the well-entrenched corrupt government officials? and it might as well that media churns out programs after programs on TV and radio that make people uncritical, if not really dumb? Or, is an educated populace simply a threat to anything? Or, is an educated populace the only way PHL could progress?

Even then, congratulations to GMA7 (and ABS-CBN and Channel5 as well) for your fantastic bottom lines, but I ain't buying your lousy products. Still, you deserve your multi-billion profits; you have studied and know your respective audiences well; they will follow you wherever you go. Sige, continue with your ratings war; it is exciting for Pinoys.

But, "Royal Wedding"? I had hope you would have spared even just a billion more to have at least Kate Middleton, or the Sultan of Brunei, as guest — that would have been a real royalty present, not a fake one. It would have kilig to the max even China who might have dropped their claim on Spratleys right there and then. ……. But, a royal #DongYan, go tell that to the Marines.

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67 comments:

  1. SUPER BITTER!!!...MOVE ON KANA...the foreign media me positive review sa wedding pero ikaw lahat ng blogs mo sa mga nakaraang araw eh puro sa pagiging MISERABLE mo sa kasalang Dantes...hahaha...aatakihin ka sa puso sa ginagawa mo...its just a celebrity wedding bakit kunsumido ka...I hope this will be the last one about "THE WEDDING OF THE YEAR" thanks to your SUPER NEGA review...you sound like a fan of Heart Evangelista...hahaha...

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    1. This is not just a wedding, you dwerf. This is a propaganda for the Yellow Zombies. You can't fool the people anymore, because your Yellow Propaganda machines are decoded.

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    2. what is DWERF?...are those the tiny people?...I'm no DongYan or PNoy fan to start with...I felt that the admin of this blog is so miserable with the Dantes wedding...I mean a series of blog since the 31st of December 'til now...& as if it's affecting his life already...It's just a CELEBRITY wedding full of gimmick & publicity...there's no need for BenignO to be so miserable about Marian & Dingdong tying the knot in a lavish ceremony...

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    3. the blog is generally saying, there are more people out there who needs food than a wedding that would probably breakdown in a few years time... it's not being bitter, or being against marian and dingdong...
      it's about real life and it's actually an eye opener....

      you don't really think that dingdong will pay 7M for the cake that will never be eaten (and probably is made of styrofoam inside).

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    4. "the blog is generally saying, there are more people out there who needs food than a wedding that would probably breakdown in a few years time... it's not being bitter, or being against marian and dingdong...
      it's about real life and it's actually an eye opener....

      you don't really think that dingdong will pay 7M for the cake that will never be eaten (and probably is made of styrofoam inside)."

      How is it an eye opener? Yes, there is poverty out there, but do you think that's Marian and Dingdong's responsibility? To use their money to give other people food? It's their hard earned money, and they have the right to use it however they want to.

      You can't assume Dingdong won't pay 7M php. He can if he wants to and he just did. You won't, that's for sure.

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    5. the writer of this blog is sick, he even made a point of embarrasing himself in public...maybe he's after "publicity"

      you're dragging the people down with you, what a crap.

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    6. Geeze let them waste their money... After all, it's their wedding... I'm not a Dingdong nor Marian fan but I agree with Renato.. Get a life! If you want to help your countrymen then donate to charities, feed the poor, etc. It's rude and inappropriate...

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    7. You really think that dong pay for the cake? For us knowing that dong qas an endorser of goldilocks?

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  2. I strongly agree with you. It's all business nothing but business and fooling the Filipino people. I cannot believe they labeled it as "Royal Wedding" my ass! They may say "Bitter or Inggit ka lang. " What the fact! I would say back to them, Ok vote for them if they run for senate. Good, is you're proud-to-be pinoy ass happy now?

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  3. haha may point nmn kayo, pero tangina sobra na tigilan nyo n yun topic tungkol sa wedding umay na wala nlng alam kundi iyon? :))

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  4. I love GRP! nailed it right on the head. my exact insight on this over-the-board "wedding". Andaming nagugutom tapos tatakamin ng exrtravagance... damn oligarchs.

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  6. Congratulations! You hit the nail on the head. You've exposed the conspiracy. The truth from your butiki friend is even more shocking than the extravagance pointed out by Ilda.

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  7. WHAT WE XPCT TO THE NIGA PEOPLE, OF COURSE ALL NIGA, I DON'T BELIEVE THAT ITS ALL THE GMA7 DID THIS WEDDING, THEY HELP DONGYAN I AM SURE OF THAT, BUT NOT ALL, THIS COUPLE MARIAN AND DINGDONG HAVE PURE LOVE EACH OTHER, AND PREPARING FOR THIS EVENT, AS DINGDONG SAID IN HIS NTERVIEW A COUPLE YEARS AGO THAT HE DREAM OF HIS WEDDING TO MARIAN IN DETAILS, SO PINAG HANDAAN TLGA NYA/NILA AS I SAID WITH THE HELP OF GMA7, DAHIL MALAKI RIN ANG NAHAKOT NA PIRA SA DONGYAN, FOR A COUPLE OF YEARS NOW, BCOZ OF THERE TALENT, AND I AM VERY HAPPY FOR THIS COMPANY GMA7, KAYA ALL NIGA ABOUT THIS WEDDING I CHUCK IT.

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    1. Ewan q ba sa iba hindi makaintindi! Kung tulungan man cla ng GMA7 wala na cla pakialam kc artist nla ung 2 at true kapuso sa cmula pa gma7 na cla ngsimula at hindi lumipat. 4sure nman kung ikaw din nman tutulong di dun na sa alam mung tao na tapat sa iyo. Ndi nasilaw sa ano mang bagay kahit ubusin pa ng gma7 ang pera nla sa kasal ni dingdong at yanyan wag na tayo makialam kasal nla un karapatan nla gumastos hindi nman nla ninakaw yon sa taong bayan.

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    2. Not if they are being nurtured to campaign for the yellow clan. Expect a lot of criticism if you politicize your wedding. Why do you have Noynoy as the best man, when he is obviously incompetent, liar, corrupt, and hypocrite? Do you really believe that Noynoy is still popular? You believe too much of the deceptive polls.

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  8. Lalong nagiging sikat ang dongyan wedding at mas lalong dumadami ang bumibilib sa tambalan nila dahil halatang bitter at inggit lng ang iba:-)

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    1. Ayy... gusto q yan! Cge mga haters daldal, ngawa pa kayo.salamat sa inyo lalo nyo pa pinapasikat #dongyan namin.

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    2. Look at these bunch of fangirls. Anong klaseng pagiisip yan? Just accept the fact na hindi appropriate yang "royal wedding" na yan dito sa Pilipinas. Mas iniintindi niyo pa ang mga artista kesa sa pagunlad ng bansa eh! Ano kayo mga highsc Bulag na talaga ang mga Pilipino ngayon. Sige mapakain sana kayo ng dongyan niyo.

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  9. Diningdong na ni dingdong si marian. LOL.

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  10. Don't care about who shouldered the expenses of the #royalwedding. What I want to clarify is that why the heck it is called royal wedding? yes it is a grand wedding celebration because they maybe can afford (it's their right anyway) but there are no royal families here in the Philippines, not even the pig politicians who are supposed to serve not to be served.

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    1. They are kapuso royalties, thats why some called it royal wedding. Its pretty obvious both doesn't have a royal blood.

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    2. korek! isang tsek!

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    3. Basa-basa dn db..bkt royal wedding..duh...

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  11. employee ako ng gma. and when I read this, sobra akong nagulat. nakakasama ng loob (kung totoo man ito!) SOBRANG NAKAKASAMA NG LOOB! Business as usual talaga! Grrrrrr!

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    1. Nku wag muna pansinin kulang lang sa pansin mga haters ni dongyan. Nganga kc cla di nila matanggap na bongga at maganda nman tlaga kasal ni #dongyan. Kya ano ano nlang cnasabi nla, hintayin nlang natin na magsawa cla at bumula mga bibig nla.

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    2. ^Para kang highschool MAGTRABAHO KA! HINDI YUNG ARTISTA INAATUPAG MO!! MAGSUMIKAP KA PARA UMUNLAD KA!!! AT IWASAN MONG MANUOD NG TV KASI IPAPAKITA LANG NILA YUNG GUSTO NILANG IPAKITA! EDUKADO KA NAMAN SIGURO AT ALAM MO NA KUNG ANONG MGA TACTICS NILA DI BA? PLEASE LANG ITIGIL MO YAN!

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  12. This is very stupid. DongYan is not to be blamed for our country's poverty, so stop making it look like na they stole money from you and the Filipino people. One more thing, It's their wedding not yours, they can do anything they want and call it whatever they want it to be called so stop making a big deal about them calling it a royal wedding.

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    1. Nagbabasa ka ba? Hindi "DongYan" ang sinisisi niya yung GMA at ang iba't iba pang networks basa basa din

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  13. Problema.ba ni dong at yan kung nagugutom ang mga tao!?? Aba ehh magtrabaho kayo pra magkaroon ka din ng magandang kasal hirap sa mga pinoy at pinay inggetera tlaga bitter me masabi lang.

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  14. Why not? It's a business. It's their investment. Kahit nga apple chinese factory workers don't get rich from laboring on peoples precious iphones. Royal wedding? Tanga lang ang seryosohin to. Ok para sa mga seryoso, sila ang biggest star ng network. Gusto nilang tawagin na royals para sa marketing, marketing and marketing. To make my point, it's entertainment parang wrestling lang yan. Meron ngang queen of all media di nman sya queen :) Kung nabibwisit ka dahil puro fake. Eh di wag ka manuod and don't turn this into a moral issue. Di kami lahat bobo. We just want to be entertained.

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  15. Malalaman mo sino ang nagbabasa at hindi nagbabasa ng article sa mga comment palang. Malalaman mo din sino ang may pinagaralan at wala. Tsk tsk hindi ko kailangan magenglish para lang masabi na may pinagaralan ako o wala pero yung article hindi lang tungkol sa wedding, tungkol din sa pagmamanipulate ng media sa mga tao. Nakakaawa na ngayon talaga ang mga generation ngayon, puro katangahan ang pinapairal. :(

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    1. Nahuli mo pre, daming hindi umintindi sa binabasa, as soon as nakita yung #dongyanwthwtf na yan they go butthurt... typical onionskinned reaction to the issue tsk tsk

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    2. Manipulative yellow media is the issue of this wedding. Masiyadong plastikan, pati wedding cake ay styrofoam sa loob. Ah ha ha.

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    3. Did you actually make the cake?

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  16. It is not anyone's business. Wedding ni Dong at yan at labas tayong lahat. How they execute their wedding is none of our damn business. It is their life, their money. Instead of focusing of bashing and ebing envious of their wedding, better write an article of those politicians who lived extravagantly out of tay payers money. Write more on the likes of >Binay..Perhaps, you could educate more people to vote wisely so we can have a batter Philippines. BTW, kung hindi din bongga ang kasal, ang mga nega mag rereact, tinawag pa na royal eh hindi bongga. Ganun din ang labas..

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    1. Excuse for the typo error: ebing- being, tay- tax, batter- better Philippines.

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  17. pinapairal nyo crab mentality nyo dahil sa inggit nyo, nakakaawa. GMA and the couple earned that so called 100M in the first place, the couple have ALL THE RIGHT WHEN, HOW AND WHERE TO SPEND WITH. it's not your fucking business. Kung tinulungan sila ng mga boss nila which is GMA, IT'S ALSO NOT YOUR FUCKING BUSINESS!!!!!! Royal wedding does not necessarily mean it's true blue blood's wedding, you moron, they are stars among the celebrities, and is considered prince and princess, so tuck your tail and get lost.

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  18. that freaking 100M na yan npunta sna yan sa mga empleyado ng GMA...ridiculous...sa totoo lng nsan ang sacredness ng kasal na to..WALA,,its not SOLEMN too...prang palabas lang...

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  19. You must SHOW evidences that GMA really paid for the ___M (per your claim) wedding. Seriously? Anyone can claim they've heard this and that.
    From there,we'll judge if this is a worth-read or just a piece of gossip junk.
    Give the readers solid tools for investigation, rather than making them "GULLIBLE readers".

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  20. In the old days they used to hold festivals even when war was imminent or people were starving because they needed the people to think that the kingdom was stable, and the people also needed something frivolous too us on so they could forget their problems. Additionally the money that circulated as a result was beneficial. So in a sense, this wasn't an entire waste of money.
    Although I do agree that the Philippines has always encouraged a skewed relationship with regards to education and media.

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  21. They both deserve whatever it is that they had on their wedding. That's their money in the first place. Also, as far as I know, marami din natutulungan si Marian so please don't blame them for having such luxurious wedding. If some Filipinos are still facing poverty, is it their fault kung di mas magtyaga ang iba kesa tmambay lang at maginom? They have their own lives to manage. However, kung gastos man yan ng network. So what? That's BUSINESS. #CrabMentality

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  22. And here goes GRP, pontificating about how the 100 million bucks could've been used to feed the poor, when you of all people are the first to call the poor "palamunins". Mga hinayupak kayong mga ipokrito kayo. Ulamin ninyo ang kupal ko.

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  23. Why do people make a big deal out of this wedding. I don't like both of them because I don't watch Filipino movies/teleseryes at all, they are uninteresting and just copy and paste plots with minor deviations for decades now. What I don't get is the attention this wedding has been getting and people taking a chance at the spotlight to say something. Who the hell cares, their wedding and their money. At least it's not taken from the people's taxes.

    You know what is funny is that a very high profile wedding that people should be mad about is that of El-Shaddai's Mike Velarde and his wife being wed in their 50th anniversary https://anc.yahoo.com/news/el-shaddai-leader-s-50th-wedding-anniversary-draws-high-profile-politicians-031330101.html

    Marcos, Aquino, Binay, Arroyo, Ramos, Sotto... people who were supposed to be helping out during typhoon Glenda's situation were instead attending the wedding of some religious leader as if it was an obligation so that they can endorse Velarde and his 3-4 million church members' votes for the coming election instead of monitoring and helping their citizens who were feeling the effects of typhoon Glenda. And yet this didn't the flak of people at all. Goes to show how meager the intelligence of the people are as well as their priorities.

    People who love to talk criticize this wedding are no different from the zombie die hards defending DingDong and Marian Rivera. The detractors as pathetic as the obsessive fans of these 2 with their bitching and whining. Go worry about real problems like our Transportation system and ongoing disputes with China.

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  24. Wala, e. Selective criticism ang specialty ng mga hindot na yan. DongYan bankrolled by GMA? Blame it on PNoy. Imelda attends Mike Velarde's wedding anniv? Kibit-balikat lang. Magaling sa trash talk kapag nasa likod ng keyboard at monitor, pero urong-etits naman kapag yung mismong kalaban ang kaharap. What a bunch of twats, this GRP. Kulang yata sa hugs noong lumaki e.

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    1. Imelda is not the president who should have prioritized the victims of disasters nationally. So what did Noynoy do? He went at the party.

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  25. Dear author of this trashy blog: Do you have papers or any evidence to prove that GMA indeed paid for DongYan's wedding?

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  26. An eye opener indeed. With a country like ours which belongs to a third world community, such a wedding was definitely a thoughtless extravagance (an opinion) wherein those marginalized ones would may have think their lives as more miserable than what it actually is. A PAMPAM's (attention-seeker) wedding i guess.

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  27. The author is a big retard who doesnt have a life! Im sure by now you still spend time analyzing the wedding using your pea sized brain. Go to church and ask forgiveness for that evil mind of yours

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  28. i find people overly affected. that is a form of showing how miniscule people think. yes there may be a bigger conspiracy but is anobody gonna do anything about it? i don't think so. the more you people talk about it the more it gets hyped. f the 7m amount paid for the cake, let it be. because none of you are gonna do anything about it. not even the author of this article who may not or may be just using this ridiculous royal wedding for publicity. bottom line here is, will any of you intelehentes going to do something about it? if yes, what?! if you have a clear cut form of plan to dissilute all of its conspiracies, will anyone listen?
    if someone will, do you really think it will solve the poverty this article so claims??? nope. so blah blah bla!!
    we are all just but an ant to the elite, rich, and famous! they don't deserve where they are, but that's a way to keep the caste. we live in a social world with no care for others.

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    1. The thing with GRP is that its writers all wanted to become part of the elite, but found themselves shut out, mostly because they have neither the aptitude nor EQ for it. Tingnan mo si Benedict Ignacio -- napilitang mag-migrate sa Australia kasi walang career dito. He's mooching off the Australian welfare system, something he would've railed against if it was implemented here. Look at Imelda Claravall -- may nalalaman pang "I write because I seek to understand", pero kapag sinubukang i-engage sa diskurso, biglang magwawalang parang sanggol na binawian ng dede. Mga isa't kalahating tanga at 100% gago talaga, these GRP turds.

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  29. I bet you, this couple are going to campaign for the Yellow Zombies comes election 2016. You were deceived, because you don't know who this couple are endorsing in politics. Obviously most of the couple's supporters are not really into politics. Open your eyes and your ears.

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  30. Why is it that everybody except me and Renato Simbulan are anonymous? What's going on, Admin.?

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    1. Why is it that people take issue with anonymous commenters? It's our right to remain anonymous, fucktard. You can dish out whatever conspiracy theory you have and it won't change a thing. Iyakin ka kasi -- katulad nina Benedict at Imelda na walang ibang ginawa kundi ngumawa. Eat shit, asswipe.

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    2. I'm just asking, why are you so uptight, angry, and paranoid, bro? Don't worry, I'm not after you.

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    3. Mga putang ina kayo. Wala na kayong sinabing bago. Sige, tsupain na lang ninyo ang isa't isa, baka may matuwa pa.

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  31. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pixrv3oROI8

    Olenna tyrell to Tyrion Lannister

    People are hungry for more than just food, they crave distractions and if we don't provide them they'll create their own, and their distractions are likely to end to us being torn to pieces. A "Royal Wedding" is much safer wouldn't you say?

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    1. Calling it a Royal Wedding when it is obviously are not from a Royal family is lying and deceptive. And an insult to civilization.

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    2. Watch the video and you can make comparisons with our society and the fictional land of westeros. The ruling class will control the masses by giving them mundane distractions to mislead them with the more severe problems in the society. (Poverty, Corruption, Ignorance)

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    3. The problem here is there are more compelling issues in our society that needed this kind of attention. If only people are also keen in these issues we will advance more as a nation. Stop clamoring about the nonsensical issues like this so called "royal wedding". Put the same effort in commenting about the LRT, MRT fare hike, Binay Corruption allegation, PDAF and DAP scandal. BuCor Corruption, Real Land Reform, Wage Hike, Contractualization Scheme, Privatization of public services, Government abandonment on Education. etc.

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  32. GET A LIFE NIGA PEOPLE, AND BRAVOOOOOOOOOOO MARIAN AND DINGDONG, THE BEST EVER WEDDING IN THE PHIL. HISTORY, THE SPENDING MONEY NOT FROM THE PEOPLE OF THE COUNTRY, YES GMA7 MITE HAVE SOMETHING TO DO WITH IT, BUT NOT ALL, ITS DINGDONG AND MARIAN MAY BE? BUT WAIT AND SEE MGA NIGA PEOPLE, KONG ANONG BAHAY ANG TIRAHAN NILA NI MARIAN AND DINGDONG, MAS LALO KAYONG SMOKING BAKA KAYO AY SUMABOG.

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  33. One word : Respect. If you are so self-righteous in believing that the wedding expenses could have been spent on more charitable acts, then I would suggest for you to sell your iPhone 6 and feed 100 hungry children on the streets. They need the money more than you do, and a smartphone is definitely not included in Maslow's Hierachy of needs.

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  34. So what if GMA network spent hundred million for the said wedding? Did they ever ask a single peny from your pocket? No right? So why bother anyway? Hahaha. And I think they just use the term Royal Wedding because they are currently GMA's primetime King and Queen. Just so you know. And one last thing, MOVE ON, dude. Lol

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    1. This is about the yellow media manipulations of the masses. Calling it a Royal Wedding is a deception because it is obviously not, and an insult to civilization. Their affiliations with corrupt politicians are also the reasons of resentments of this wedding.

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  35. how entertaining reading all these comments. haha.
    i guess the author got what he/she wants as well. attention :)

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