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December 30, 2013

Lucky and Unlucky ’13

The year that was: the highest of highs and the lowest of lows.

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True to its number, the year ’13 presented milestone lucky moments and extremely unfortunate events.

It was a year of victories. Megan Young conquered the world. The late Fernando Poe Jr through daughter Grace Poe and Erap are back in the game for unfinished business. And Manny Pacquiao made a great comeback.

But it was also a year of disasters. Their names: Gigi, Jinggoy and Bong. Butch Abad and Mar Roxas. Junjun and Nancy Binay.

Then there was that b*tch Yolanda.

ManilaSpeak remembers the highs and lows of 2013 …

 

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One Comment on “Lucky and Unlucky ’13”

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