Piece of Cake

 

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WHILE I was finishing my column this week on the vanishing and priceless paintings by noted artist Arturo Luz, Lee Aguinaldo and August Albor, which the former chairman of the board of Atlas Consolidated Mining and Development Corporation donated to the government of the Republic of the Philippines in 1986 for display in the Philippine Consulate General’s office in New York City and/or the offices of the Philippine Mission, I realized that next week is my birthday.

 

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I have good news to an estimated 300,000 Filipino-American senior citizens in the United States with an estimated 100 Fil-Ams retiring everyday.

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IF the much-awaited fight between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather would not materialize next year, Pacquiao plans to retire and aspires to be an executive (translation: he plans to run for the position of Vice President of the Republic of the Philippines in the presidential election of 2016).

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THIS week’s column is the third installment of my recent application for dual citizen.

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TEXAS Gov. Rick Perry, one of the Republican candidates for president, in his book “Fed Up!” wrote that Social Security, the 76-year-old entitlement program is “unconstitutional” and a “Ponzi scheme.”

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