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The J Spotter » More on Faye

More on Faye

Following are some posts by fellow pinoyblog bloggers referring to my earlier articles wondering on the existence of "Faye."

Cath: Patricia's Faye, a hoax?
Guy Rendon/The Edge Blog: Pinoy Idols, Awful People and Condemnation

More "Awful Observations" by Guy.

Posts on COPA-NET from fellow e-group members:

From Mr. Lauro Purcil:

I still prefer to believe that the story is true. I'm ready to look at it and do something to prevent or at least minimize similar happening.

From Mr. Tony Cubacub:

A hoax perhaps ? The source of the story is a reliable and honest person, but we will know for sure once we get some more details as suggested, as we could not launch an initiative on this issue if our facts are in disarray...am doing my share to get more details and will inform you asap.

I hope we do get that information soonest, so we could finally shed some light on this issue. If the story were just a hoax, then I couldn't help but agree with Guy in his stating in his post that:

Even if this story is true, then it only proves the point that our media in the Philippines is also awful. Like I said on my previous blog, the Philippine media is like “Tabloids on Steroids”. If you have the money, you can pay them to publish anything you want just as she had mentioned that this ad was paid by Bread of Life Ministries.

Faye, if you're reading this, I'd like to take this opportunity to congratulate you for your success. However, I guess your existence (or lack thereof) has baffled quite a number of people in the Philippine online community. Wouldn't this be a good time to take your claim to fame?

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Posted by Blogger Guy Rendon on Wednesday, November 03, 2004 12:30:00 PM  

Perhaps due to the popup-blocking feature of Firefox? =) Anyway, I usually use Ctrl-Click.

Posted by Blogger J. Angelo Racoma on Wednesday, November 03, 2004 3:35:00 PM  

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