December 11, 2008 at 3:47 AM #102430
Use Hero in a sentence. 🙂
Hero is a labtim once by Sandara…ahihihi:)
I remember the song LIMOT Na BAYANI by ASIN, sometimes people get recognize bcoz of visible achievments & der’s nothing wrong w/ it, but i could consider evryone is a hero specially those taking d risk & sacrifice 4 d benefit of others.
Weder weder lng yan ahihihi, PACMAN is hero on Sport & RIZAL on patriotism, Maybe we can re-phrase d topic.
WHO IS THE HERO OF THE PRESENT ERA? JOSE RIZAL OR OFW, who’s providing dular to save the ekonomik crysis ob my Bayang Magiliw na PILIPINAS? hehehe, actually wara man po akong comment, nakikigulo lng po….ahihihi:)
Maligayang Passko po sa gabus!!!!
December 8, 2008 at 6:18 PM #102188
@ Brother Kit say:
I am glad that those salacious comments comparing national heroes stemmed from another source and I feel it was a deliberately concocted Flame type subject material which it was drawn from originally.
Rizal was a Hero, Pacquiao is an Icon.
Humahanga ako kay Pacquiao …Ibang libel….may limitasyon…..To call Pacquiao a better hero than Rizal is a defferent story it’s a “Blasphemy!” in the context of the national hero’s ultimate sacrifice — dying for the his country and people.
December 8, 2008 at 5:54 PM #102181
Manny has shown signs of literary promise in him, (He may have a book printedabout his life already)I read a smart quip of his when he was championing the cause of the Philippine Eagle from becoming extent and preserving their natural habitat, something about illegal ill-eagle. I am glad that those salacious comments comparing national heroes stemmed from another source and I feel it was a deliberately concocted Flame typesubject material which it was drawn from originally. The late John Lennon once said that the Beatles were bigger than God, but the Vatican has recently forgiven him his remarks as been rather rambunctious exuberanceand youthful utterances from a young man who was not totally aware of his own state of mind. Please don’t quote me verbatim.. I just remember the general gist of what I read.
December 8, 2008 at 12:13 PM #102169
Manny Pacquaio, a better hero than Rizal? Alright, he is a great boxer and for that matter, a boxing hero! But compared him to our National Hero? For Christ sake, he is not even close to what Ninoy Aquino did for our country!
December 8, 2008 at 4:56 AM #102155
hmm crush ko talaga si pacman ..lalo na nang mag weigh in …sos ginoo ang guapo ahh ..machung machu ….
December 8, 2008 at 4:42 AM #102153
ANG CUTE NAMAN NG emocon mo ….
December 8, 2008 at 4:40 AM #102152
December 8, 2008 at 4:37 AM #102151
depende yan sayo …. gusto mo post ako ng joke ?
December 8, 2008 at 4:30 AM #102150
may rason ba para matawa?
December 8, 2008 at 4:18 AM #102149
bakit natatawa ka ba ?
December 8, 2008 at 4:10 AM #102148
nagpapatawa ka ba?
December 8, 2008 at 3:17 AM #102145
pero parang mag kamukha silang dalawa..
December 7, 2008 at 10:07 PM #102131
I think we’re comparing apples with oranges.
December 7, 2008 at 9:43 PM #102128
Rizal and Pacquiao are two contrasting personas.
Rizal came from a rich family which showered him with love and support. Pacquiao was a street kid who was abandoned by his father as a young boy and who had to struggle to survive in the concrete jungles of the Big City.
The national hero sacrificed not because somebody was paying him or he was expecting anything in return. He did it out of his love for country. The boxing icon trains hard and fights because there are promoters who are willing to pay him millions of dollars.
Jose Rizal walked the earth and enlightened the minds of the Filipinos who were held in bondage and subservience by the Spaniards for 300 years. His death inspired a revolution that eventually gave birth to our nation.
Manny Pacquiao came into the public conciousness at a time when the Filipinos are looking down at themselves, even laughing at themselves. He came at a time when his countrymen seem hopeless in the face of massive corruption in public service and unprecedented degree of condescension and mistrust on government.
Pacquiao’s public display of love and respect to a father who abandoned him as a young boy is a life drama that every Filipino would like to be replayed time and again. His obedience to his mother and concern for his siblings; his efforts to keep his family intact in spite of his publicly-known escapades; his humility and willingness to forgive those who have wronged him make every Filipino proud that he is a Filipino.
Pacquiao will be remembered as the street kid and a child abandoned who survived amidst the adversity to rise and become the best example of the indomitable spirit of the Filipino.
December 7, 2008 at 9:24 PM #102126
This is an insult not to Rizal but to the “common-day heroes” of our times. Examples of “common-day heroes” -those who return lost valuables without reward, those who risk their lives to assist others for safety without compensation, those who voluntarily testify to tell what they witnessed. An insult to the honest govt and private employees, to the volunteers, to Pai Caloy and company.
The author of that article has to check his definition of a hero. He may not like Rizal but to call Pacquiao a hero is really absurd. As I see it, he’s a Rizal basher only using Pacquiao as a tool to achieve his goal and get morale support.
Digdi minaluwas ang kapatalan kanibang Pinoy, dai aram kung hangang saen ang paghanga saka pagmuklat sa realidad. Sisay daw gamiton nya ikumpara ki Rizalkung nadaog si Pacquiao?
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