The U.N. Rapporteur or Shabuteur Agnes Callamard heard of the news from the Philippine Daily Inquirer. She was impressed at the fact that Philippine Daily Inquirer made Jover Laurio as "Filipino of the Year".
"I am impressed at Pinoy Ako Blog. It's the most beautiful piece of work done by any Filipino against President Duterte. We should have Jover Laurio nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. If she gets nominated she would make you Filipinos proud. Pinoy Ako Blog is truly a masterpiece that would make every dead Nobel Peace Prize winner proud." said Callamard on on Twitter. The same tweet was later retweeted by Ressa.
Reports said that the two were spotted eating dinner together at a Korean restaurant. It was said that both of them drank soju together and were getting to know each other better. Other sources indicate that Leni Loud's three daughters have grown closer to who they call as "Uncle Nobita".
Whether or not Kris approves of Leni Loud or whether or not the latter is dating Nobita still remains to be seen.
Investigative journalist Raissa Espinosa-Robles announces that she is writing a new book. Right after the Philippine Daily Inquirer made Jover Laurio a heroine, she announced that she would write a new book called, "Jover Laurio: Heroine For Democracy, Fighter of Fake News".
"I hope that this book will be the new eye opener of the dictatorship we are in. Our country is now under the dictatorship of President Duterte. President Duterte won through bots and trolls that had influenced everyone to turn against CRappler and voted for him instead. We must get back our democracy at all costs. Right now, people are just too afraid to speak against President Duterte which is why his approval ratings are always up. Jover Laurio of Pinoy Ako Blog is a heroine and she should be the Filipino of the year."
Going back to memory lane is both fun and frustrating. It's like playing old school games -- you can remember the fun of playing it at the same time you remember the downside of old school games. Another one that I could think about was falling for a woman five years older when I was nearing adolescence -- I was 11 and she was 16 when it happened. I admired her performance on every school program and I couldn't help but notice she was quite a looker.
I never had a formal conversation with her and I admit -- that crush went nowhere but admiring from afar. I admit, she was a beauty to behold during her time. I wanted to pursue it and watching "The Phantom Menace" somewhat encouraged it -- both Anakin was five years younger than Padme. I never openly spoke about it -- not even with my classmates or family during that time. I just kept it to myself and that crush went nowhere. But she was nowhere to be found so it went nowhere and I accepted it. Plus, I started liking …