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Buy a Sony Xperia™ Z from Lazada.com.ph for a chance to win a Sony SmartWatch!
Buy a Sony Xperia™ Z from Lazada.com.ph for a chance to win a Sony SmartWatch!

You’ve heard about the latest Xperia offering that features all the best of Sony in a premium smartphone—now you have an additional incentive to grab one. Purchase the coveted superphone Sony Xperia™ Z through Lazada.com.ph from March 19 to May 15,2013 and get a free premium Krusell ‘Made for Xperia” Donsö FlipCover, as well as the chance to win the perfect accessory to match your new smartphone, the Sony SmartWatch. Ten lucky winners will be drawn on May 24, 2013.

Xperia™ Z houses all of the global consumer electronics brand’s core strengths in TV, gaming, camera and music. The superphone boasts of many global smartphone firsts; including the world’s first image sensor with HDR video*, the world’s sharpest 5” display*, and the highest levels of water and dust resistance in a premium smartphone.**

Also armed with 1.5 GHz asynchronous Snapdragon™ S4 Pro quad-core processor with 2GB RAM, and 4G LTE (Long Term Evolution), the Xperia™ Z promises users a much better and faster, yet uniquely Sony experience. It also includes Battery STAMINA Mode, which improves standby time by automatically shutting down battery-draining apps whenever the screen is off and starting them up again when the screen is back on.

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* Verified by Strategy Analytics as of 4th of February 2013, for more information on Strategy analytics results go to http://www.sonymobile.com/testresults.

* As of 4th of February 2013, outside of Japan there are no smartphones with a waterproof rating higher than the Sony Xperia Z/ZL. for more information on Strategy analytics results go to http://www.sonymobile.com/testresults.

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Gordon Dropped it Like it's Hot

Last updated: March 4, 2010 @ 2100H

First there was Erap Estrada (although he didn’t blurt out a name, he dropped very obvious hints). Now there’s Senator Dick Gordon. Them and a few more less publicized tidbits of “political bribery” stories fuel today’s hot election headlines. And we thought El Niño is hot, no?

http://www.youtube.com/v/1HdkSS_XCRE&hl=en_US&fs=1&

Is there any truth to this? Well there’s no sure way to tell right now. We are left to choose between taking the accuser’s word at face value or dismissing it altogether as another attempted black propaganda.

Senator-Presidentiable Manny Villar
Sen. Manny Villar is eternally rain-drenched in his elections summer parade.

Sen. Gordon has an untainted reputation and is yet to disappoint us. With that in mind, his claim that an ‘emissary’ of Sen. Manny Villar attempted to ‘buy’ him out and talk him into withdrawing from his presidential bid for the coming May 20’10 elections by offering to ‘reimburse’ him of his previous expenses and projected expenses is not an accusation that Villar should take lightly.

So far, we’ve only been treated to a bland response via an interview where Villar denies such an ‘indecent proposal’ to Sen. Gordon, adding that he no longer has money to spend for such things because whatever campaign money he has left is allocated to campaign-related expenses. Is ‘buying out opponents to withdraw’ part of that ‘campaign-related’ expenses? Villar doesn’t say.

Although not really improbable, it’s a no-brainer that such a move would only backfire at Villar. Given all the propaganda and mudslinging going around against him, trying to ‘reimburse’ opponents and buy out their dreams of becoming president would be like fanning dying embers to a flame. That’s plain stupid, I think. But as always, this is the Philippines. This is Philippine politics. No move is so stupid for politicians. However, I’d like to give Villar the benefit of the doubt — in the same way I’d like to give Sen. Gordon the chance to prove his accusation for all the world to see.

The trouble with sifting truth from a heap of lies is that there’s so much ‘hybrids’ going around. There’s black prop, there’s counter prop, there’s counter-counter prop and there’s modified version of all those. So unless someone can come up with irrefutable evidence that could hold water in court, all these can be ruled out as ‘modified truths’, ‘half truths’ or ‘true lies’. Confused already? You should be.

Besides, anyone can claim to be someone’s emissary. So I’d echo Villar’s challenge to Gordon: name that emissary. (Update as of March 4, 2010 @ 2100H: Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile wrote in his Facebook fan page note entitled “JPE to Villar: GORDON IS NOT FOR SALE” named the so-called Villar emissary as none other than his friend and colleague Senator Edgardo Angara, Gordon however denied this and said the emissary was a businessman who used to work for the government.)

This is elections period. Everything is meant to shock and deceive the bewildered electorate. So hit us with your best, you guys.

It’s bound to get hotter leading up to May. Let’s see who can stand the heat that is to come. Let’s wait for more scalding accusations and knee-jerk reactions. Sit back. Relax. Enjoy the show.

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Gordon Dropped it Like it’s Hot

Last updated: March 4, 2010 @ 2100H

First there was Erap Estrada (although he didn’t blurt out a name, he dropped very obvious hints). Now there’s Senator Dick Gordon. Them and a few more less publicized tidbits of “political bribery” stories fuel today’s hot election headlines. And we thought El Niño is hot, no?

http://www.youtube.com/v/1HdkSS_XCRE&hl=en_US&fs=1&

Is there any truth to this? Well there’s no sure way to tell right now. We are left to choose between taking the accuser’s word at face value or dismissing it altogether as another attempted black propaganda.

Senator-Presidentiable Manny Villar
Sen. Manny Villar is eternally rain-drenched in his elections summer parade.

Sen. Gordon has an untainted reputation and is yet to disappoint us. With that in mind, his claim that an ‘emissary’ of Sen. Manny Villar attempted to ‘buy’ him out and talk him into withdrawing from his presidential bid for the coming May 20’10 elections by offering to ‘reimburse’ him of his previous expenses and projected expenses is not an accusation that Villar should take lightly.

So far, we’ve only been treated to a bland response via an interview where Villar denies such an ‘indecent proposal’ to Sen. Gordon, adding that he no longer has money to spend for such things because whatever campaign money he has left is allocated to campaign-related expenses. Is ‘buying out opponents to withdraw’ part of that ‘campaign-related’ expenses? Villar doesn’t say.

Although not really improbable, it’s a no-brainer that such a move would only backfire at Villar. Given all the propaganda and mudslinging going around against him, trying to ‘reimburse’ opponents and buy out their dreams of becoming president would be like fanning dying embers to a flame. That’s plain stupid, I think. But as always, this is the Philippines. This is Philippine politics. No move is so stupid for politicians. However, I’d like to give Villar the benefit of the doubt — in the same way I’d like to give Sen. Gordon the chance to prove his accusation for all the world to see.

The trouble with sifting truth from a heap of lies is that there’s so much ‘hybrids’ going around. There’s black prop, there’s counter prop, there’s counter-counter prop and there’s modified version of all those. So unless someone can come up with irrefutable evidence that could hold water in court, all these can be ruled out as ‘modified truths’, ‘half truths’ or ‘true lies’. Confused already? You should be.

Besides, anyone can claim to be someone’s emissary. So I’d echo Villar’s challenge to Gordon: name that emissary. (Update as of March 4, 2010 @ 2100H: Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile wrote in his Facebook fan page note entitled “JPE to Villar: GORDON IS NOT FOR SALE” named the so-called Villar emissary as none other than his friend and colleague Senator Edgardo Angara, Gordon however denied this and said the emissary was a businessman who used to work for the government.)

This is elections period. Everything is meant to shock and deceive the bewildered electorate. So hit us with your best, you guys.

It’s bound to get hotter leading up to May. Let’s see who can stand the heat that is to come. Let’s wait for more scalding accusations and knee-jerk reactions. Sit back. Relax. Enjoy the show.

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