travels, travails and troubles of being a Baguio boy
posted by Frank Cimatu at 2:18 PM
What about Rocky Mountain News? That's more famous than either one of your RIPs.
I picked up a copy of Entertainment Weekly last Saturday for the Watchmen feature. It was surprising to note that the magazine felt like a comic book because of the number of pages it contained. I think we'll be seeing tighter portals for news sites just so that they could offset the losses they're seeing in their paper counterparts. The Seattle P-I is looking into going online-only. I don't think they've made a final decision on that yet though. What's definite is that they've stopped circulating their print editions earlier this week. Speaking of the P-I, what's it like to be on the same list that has Frank Herbert as one the folks that did their time there?
up next: Readers Digestthen hopefully Time and Newsweek because I wonder who still reads those...
Johanns, The most popular Pinoy who did time there is Fred Cordova. The most popular P-I guy in religion is the founder of Eckankar. And hey, I saw Eros in Session. Hello daw
Geez. I had a feeling Eros was in Baguio. If anyone knew who the nice and the bitchy hot chicks were on campus back in the day, it was Eros--a very indispensable asset when chasing skirts.
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