Monday, November 01, 2004

Remote viewing

Dear Mouse,

Read what remote viewing is in my choicecat.

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At 9:57 PM, Blogger R. O. said...

sorry cathy, off topic. according to j. racoma angelo's commenter in one of his latest blogs, the patricia Faye story is a hoax. could this be true? i don't get to read philstar kasi

At 8:01 AM, Blogger cathcath said...

I tried to e-mail patricia before i wrote my piece about faye but it didn't go through.

When the group of law students won in an international competition in England, I was the first to post it in my blog. Local newspapers published the news days after.That must be because both the schools released the news to the local media.

Sad to say that our local media are the last to come up with newsworthy article about our kababayans because they have a memo from the editor what should go to the front page and what should be buried among the recycled news in the inside pages of the BROADSHEET.

I am not saying that Faye's story is not a hoax. But I can entertain the ff: possibilities:

1. That there is indeed a student who competed in an international quiz who did not get the support of the
lawmakers, government officials and a host of people who seemed to have misplaced their priorities but the name is not Faye.

2. That there are people who do not want bad publicity and therefore they would do their best to censor any news about "Faye".
3. That there was indeed a Faye but the incident could have happened before Trias' red carpet welcome. The "author" of the Faye story must have thought that time warping is needed to deliver the message across.

Whoever the author of Faye' story is, he's good.
Hoax or not, it tells of the sad truth about our government's lack of support for our bright students.

At 3:59 PM, Blogger R. O. said...

Hey, re. remote viewing, I have yet to read Jaime Licauco discuss this intriguing phenomenon.


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