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Jul 29, 2007

'Chamber of the Phoenix'

Ok. A Filipino group and the Philippine Consulate spoke about the mass boycott for Saipan Chamber president Juanpan Guerrero's businesses in the CNMI. One said, the ConGen, it's a blackmail, the other, United Filipino Organization, said it is clueless about the text message's origin.

So they spoke. Sources said, the latter, when he went to the bakeshop that Guerrero owns, the UFO leader received free goodies, like a "gift of appreciation from the bakeshop for what he told the media. "I felt they were so glad with what I said in the paper," the leader shared with us.

As for the blackmail, maybe the ConGen is waiting for "black mail" that has numbers hidden in it. Just a thought. As for the goodies, can we consider that a "bribe?" Just a thought again. ;-)

The Reveler

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Comeon now...I'm all for the boycott... but let's not assume the UFO President exchanged baked goods for support against a boycott. Maybe baked goods for life or something? But a goody bag? Are Herman's breads really that good?

Envelop Ideas said...

I don't buy Herman's bread. Ebisuya is fine.

herman's said...

yeah and mary's too!

mimimum wage worker said...

I always go for Pongs Kabayan bread.

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