Proof that Filipinos' trolling started the Adam Carolla affair

After coming to the conclusion that some diehard Filipino Pacquiao fans are to blame for the Carolla affair because of how they insulted Mayweather and probably Americans with racist comments, I also realized that people will be looking for proof of this. In other words, the question is valid:

What did he just see?

I decided to look around and see what posts on the Net, or sites discussing such behavior, that could have angered Carolla and his caller.

First, I recall this Youtube podcast by Bruce Blitz, who asked Filipino Pacquiao Fans to stop spouting out racist comments. While Carolla was not the first to react to racist comments, Blitz had a calmer manner. I’m sure Carolla saw this:

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yTPNhqDaGM0

As one commenter of this video demonstrated, people tend to believe misquotes. He quoted Mayweather as saying about Pacquiao, “the only reason why he’s popular is because he’s an ethnic minority and from the Philippines so it’s something special. If he was from Africa he would be just another boxer.” But as Blitz said, Mayweather never said this! In this respect, be careful when believing that someone said something, because it may not actually be true!

And how he describes these particular Filipino Pacquiao fans… these trollsthe worst fans in the history of sports. That’s what they are!

Now here’s someone who really trolled on a This is 50 article about the Pacquiao-Mayweather fight:

I clicked on the person’s handle and it showed he was from the Philippines. Tell me this isn’t inappropriate behavior, hmmm?

Here is a common observation, especially on a website like Team Pilipinas. Calling Mayweather “Gayweather.”

In the Philippines, gays are marginalized and subject to scorn and ridicule. Thus, we sometimes use the word “gay” as an insult. Not in America. Gays are able to command respect there. “Gay” can barely be used as a derogatory remark, as you can be brought to court for it. Thus, these postings are seen as racist by Americans.

There’s this blogger who called Mayweather a racist:

Looking at the Philippine flag-colored Pacman image gobbling ghosts decked in the flags of other countries… now isn’t that somewhat racist, or rather, supremacist… and therefore someone may be offended? Or it is at least an arrogant thing to show, with its anti-American message. Well, at least for me.

Of course, my search led me to see more mudslinging like the above, accusing Mayweather of course of being a racist himself. Even if he may truly be one, do we need to stoop down to his level? Aren’t there proper channels to make complaints instead of mouthing obscenities against him in public forums and places? Oh, I forgot… Filipinos don’t believe in proper channels. They believe in street parties.

Of course, you’ll see more of the above in sport, boxing and news forums.

Filipinos are not Racist, you say?

Here is something that a Hispanic wrote to chide racist Filipino fans back in 2005, during the Morales days (partial quote to save space):

RACIST FILIPINO FANS WAY, WAY, WAY, OUT OF LINE!

September 12th, 2005 By RingTalk

HATE MAIL FROM THE ISLANDS PLENTIFUL!

By being both a person of color, and one with a Scandinavian mother, Ive seen various forms of racism in my lifetime. These sentiments have not been limited to here in the United States, where in 1984, I had a Turlock, CA coffee shop owner refuse service to myself and a black trainer. No, Ive felt the vibes of the Klu Klux Klan types in foreign countries as well. As a San Francisco Policeman, I can recall penning at least one hate crime report., AGHAST AT THE ANTI-MEXICAN RHETORIC

The reason I bring this up, is after I wrote the Saturday piece entitled, Pacquiao Wins, But Hell Never Beat Erik, we were inundated with vile, racist, and hate filled email from the Philippines. And before you say, Pedro it was only a few, it wasnt. Within two hours, there were almost 120 comments. Time and again, the Pacquiao backers were so taken aback that anybody would say, Pacquiao Cant Beat Erik, that over 40 of them wrote anti-Mexican verbiage, coupled with profanity so rank it was sickening!…

(Click on link above to read the rest of the article)

OK, want something from our own? Howie Severino wrote about Fiipino Racism. And there’s more, from other reputable sources. We cannot deny that we are also racist, or at least discriminatory.

Thus, we see that there was a reason Adam Carolla reacted as he did. He may have had a wrong choice of words, and acted out of anger. Of course, acting in anger can lead to stupid words and actions. But still, there was a reason. So I stick to my conclusion: Filipinos started it.

If Fiilpino racist fans are like this, then we will continue to see people like Carolla bark loud at us.  Time will come when after the bark, comes the bite… and we deserve it.

We certainly don’t know how to handle our unfortunate circumstance of being Filipinos. All we could do is try “to put one over other nations,” but depending on people like Pacquiao to do it for us. And the trolls like those above… maybe our nation should disown them?

As Carolla said… “get your ___ together, Philippines!

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135 Responses to Proof that Filipinos' trolling started the Adam Carolla affair

  1. BongV says:

    Spot on ChinoF. Right on the money.

    The pinoy is quick to say – he who is without sin cast the first stone.
    Pinoys should take their own advice.

    But as it is in the islands – “do what I say, but do not do what I do”.

    Wag kang magnakaw, kami lang.

  2. benign0 says:

    Brilliant research on the subject ChinoF!!! A great follow-through on your theory re the Adam Carolla brouhaha that Filipinos started it!

    Filipinos are not only openly supremacist (a distasteful trait of Pinoys that we also refer to as triumphalist), we are also homophobic (as you pointed out the word gay, now just a mere adjective in America, is considered to be a slur in Philippine society), make fun of the disabled, and are self-righteous and judgmental of people who beg to differ.

    Our only difference to the Nazis is that the original Nazis had the physical means to carry out their megalomanic aspirations. All Filipinos can come up with to satisfy their own brand of Nazism is a troll attack over the Net. And perhaps that is something about our backwardness that we can be thankful for.

    This Adam Carolla case does indeed continue to reveal a lot about The Truth about Filipinos. And this new angle may be an indication that there are more facets to this case study that we may continue to explore in our efforts to highlight the underbelly of Da Pinoy Condition.

    • Rey Refran says:

      “Our only difference to the Nazis is that the original Nazis had the physical means to carry out their megalomanic aspirations. All Filipinos can come up with to satisfy their own brand of Nazism is a troll attack over the Net. And perhaps that is something about our backwardness that we can be thankful for.”

      Troll attack?!?

      HAHAHA!! At least we’re the best when doing internet troll attacks!!! Yes!! We’re the best!

      Wherever our enemies go on cyberspace, we can get them!!

      Don’t forget to visit my blog: http://pakshet101.wordpress.com/

      And view my pictures: http://www.flickr.com/photos/reyrefran/2127424729/

      • BongV says:

        you can get them?

        really? that assumes you are not hit by brownouts in Asia’s BROWNOUT CAPITAL 😀

        and.. only if you have enough bandwidth – which does not amount to much – given the Philippines Lousy Internet Service 😀

        the best talaga ang pinas… lalo na sa BATTLE OF THE BRAINLESS… yeehahahaha

      • guilbautedsookie says:

        What I hate about our ever efficient country is that we still believe that being gay sends you to hell even if you have never killed anyone. I faced a lot of adversity my whole life for being bisexual and I knew quite well where this is coming from.

        Filipinos believe they are the pure race, the model race, the ones to be saved by God because of the religiosity they possess. If you have seen The White Ribbon, a film from Austria, that is how the Filipinos are. We cast the first stones because we believe what others do different from what we have been conditioned to do are condemnable. This country lives under social control mechanisms and that is why we never advance. We let ourselves be influenced by these social control mechanisms without realizing the rationale behind it.

        History has always dictated to its posterity how they will act. Following so, our strong Catholic heritage caused us to be very uh, pedant, and that is why we feel so holy.

        Filipinos are racists. I once was eating in Pizza Hut with my family when a 6’0 African female came in. People there began whispering and looking at her and she walked out in anger. I did not mind her, and I was disgusted at how those people reacted.

        Maybe this country needs to be bombed with a nuclear bomb, so we will realize we’re not like the molave. That’s how Japan realized that Amaterasu is just a belief, and that they are equally mortal.

      • Jay says:

        HAHAHA!! At least we’re the best when doing internet troll attacks!!! Yes!! We’re the best!

        Enyclopedia Dramatica and 4chan /int/ would beg to differ. In fact, they actually stopped trolling pinoys because it was too easy. Like shooting a van full of reporters. And I would know because back in the day, trolling meant something.

        You guys aren’t trolling at all, but just downright awfully annoying and a pest.

    • Supergloom says:

      lol..this is the poorest written piece I have ever come across. One thing I can tell you. If you are not from North America, you will never understand what Carolla is about. You should stop accusing Filipinos of being racist. This “Carolla Affair” is not about racism. Its about non-stop rants that are inappropriate. Its not even about being Filipino but making fun of ethnic traits. You compared Filipinos to Nazis, lol. OK bring out the Nuremberg trials. I bet you dont even know half the shit that goes on in America, so just shut the fuck up and keep growing like the good boy that you are.

      • ChinoF says:

        Its about non-stop rants that are inappropriate.

        Tell that to the Filipinos who posted inappropriate comments as I showed above.

    • ChinoF says:

      I’m reminded of the person on Benign0’s “Monument” post who says, “Filipino nurses are the most competent in the world.” Wow, where’s the proof of that? International nursing society released an official statement that Filipino nurses are the best in the world? This kind of triumphalism/supremacist thinking sure needs to be challenged. It comes out as arrogance to the rest of the world.

      • BongV says:

        Not for long.

        China is ramping up its nursing program. China has invited Native English speaking instructors to bolster its nursing program – while Pinoys are switching to Pilipino…

        based on pinoy logic america must have so many Pilipinos and ALL americans speak Tagalog – NO EXCEPTION, THEREFORE Philippine curriculum has to be.. in Tagalog… wa na ko say… da BEST sa KABUGOK

        Also, America is providing more incentives for American CITIZENS to take up nursing in order to provide JOBS to Americans (not to effed up wannabe-Pinoy supremacists who think they are better than the host country) and to control immigration.

        ***

        Now you mentioned it – I understand being proud about Manny. I,too am glad that Manny made it – INSPITE OF Pinoy society’s dysfunction. But to do so, it took a foreigner the likes of a Freddie Roach to bring Manny to where he is today. Sure Manny had potential – but he did not have an enabling environment. Fortunately, he was able to get out of the Philippines and train with a world-class trainor. Otherwise, Manny would have winded up as another Rex Naverrete.

        Manny is a self-made sports hero. That’s a good thing.

        But all that points out is that the Philippines can have more world-class boxers but unfortunately it has has a lousy decrepit politically motivated sports program. and it doesn’t help that people don’t vote for candidates that have a comprehensive well thought out sports program.

        What we have is palusot. for instance, during the World Little League championship where the Pinoys were stripped of the championship trophy because they fielded OVER-AGED athletes 😀

        Kahit sa local athletics na lang. The college athletes that I saw playing in the interschool when I was a high school freshman – are still the same athletes competing in the Palarong Pambansa, UAAP, etc.. by the time I left college – hanep – tenured na pala ang college athletes natin. Siguro pag nagkaapo ako, those peeps will still be the same “college athletes”.

        The best talaga ang Pinoy… SA PALUSOT.

      • guilbautedsookie says:

        I am a student nurse, and I am losing hope of my “chosen” profession. Honestly, I always tell my classmates China and India are the next best thing to outsourcing, and with manpower like that they are slowly being preferred.

        My aunt in UK says the European hospitals prefer East European nurses.

        I dunno. Again, we are inflating our morals, being delusional that we can rise from the ashes. I myself feel that I am still incapable.

      • BongV says:

        guilbautedsookie:

        we can rise from the ashes – one person at a time – be the change 😉
        i used to be a jack*ss, now am a donkey… kidding aside

        as a student nurse, consider adding some specialties – learn acupuncture on the side, or massage therapy, brush up on your english too, take an accent removal course – that will put you ahead in the list of nurse recruiters

        while there are preferences, there is always room for talent and headhunters know one, when they see one – the geriatrification of the US and other developed countries is a demographic shift that will provide opportunities for careers in health – for the next 20 years

        and it always helps to keep on improving your core skills while adding to your repertoire of skillsets.

    • Emzay says:

      @yosef

      AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

      Sorry, that caught me offguard 😀

  3. Shaddap says:

    P.I. talagang mga Pilipino. Sila na nga ang mangunguna, sila pa ang magagalit kung nasaktan sila kung sumagot ang kanilang ginulo.

    Very stupid mentality. Parang garapata talaga ang asal ng mga Pinoy. No wonder so many Pinoys want out. No wonder so many Pinays prefer to marry foreigners. No wonder deep down (even those idiotic trolls like Rey Refran), NO ONE WANTS TO BE PINOY.

    • ChinoF says:

      Ang problema dito talaga, kahit konti lang ang ganito, eh lahat nadadamay! For the mistakes of a few, the many have to suffer.

    • guilbautedsookie says:

      I wish to not become Pinoy anymore. If mananalo si Noynoy, I will officialy recant my pagiging Pinoy and call myself a human

      • ChinoF says:

        Being human is different from being Pinoy pala, wahahaha!

      • BongV says:

        Confucius sez:

        To put the world right in order, we must first put the nation in order; to put the nation in order, we must first put the family in order; to put the family in order, we must first cultivate our personal life; we must first set our hearts right.

  4. card crusher says:

    I’m not sure that racist Filipinos really started the whole drama that lead to the Carolla drama, but it is true that some Filipinos have spread racism when supporting Pacquiao. It is disgusting that they have called people monkeys, niggers, and other vile names just to support Manny.

    Here are a couple of victims of racist Pacquiao fans that have taken the high road:
    httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJ4Ds_kKbd4&feature=related
    httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZV4Ikto9TRE&feature=related

    • ChinoF says:

      This pair of Youtube posters is rather long and rambling in their speeches, though I get the message. Darned, if there’s one thing Pinoys are good at, it’s inciting rage. lol.

      • card crusher says:

        Can you blame them for rambling on? They received hurtful messages, and they continue to receive them on their posted videos unfortunately

      • ChinoF says:

        That’s what you call walang patawad na walang utak. Those hurtful messagers are rage-driven people thinking they’re doing right, when in fact they’re delivering a whole world of hurt… for their country. Sure sucks.

  5. Peter says:

    First, I understand what your site is all about. You are up to using reverse psychology.
    However, your particular choice of material to PROVE that it’s PINOYS that started this by branding Mayweather with RACIST COMMENTS is simply OUT OF THIS WORLD!!!!

    This Bruce Blitz that you are so HIGHLY FOND OF…. ALREADY SENTENCE MANNY PACQUIAO, YOUR COUNTRYMAN.
    That is if you noticed it!! But YOU JUST DON’T LIKE TO SEE AS YOU HAVE BEEN SO FOCUS NOW OF BEING ON THE NEGATIVE SIDE.

    HE HAS SOMETHING TO HIDE, ISN’T THAT WHAT HE SAID,HA BROTHER? WHAT RIGHTS DOES ANYONE HAVE TO REQUIRE SOMEONE OR BULLY SOMEONE TO SUBMIT TO THEIR OWN DAMN RULES JUST BECAUSE OF SPECULATIONS????

    YEAH, I THINK HE IS USING SOMETHING GET HIM SOME BLOOD TEST. WHAT??????????? AREN’T THERE ARE TESTING RULES ALREADY?

    I’m shock to see that you don’t see THIS REFUSAL OF MANNY TO BE BULLIED is a VICTORY for A Tiny Country like ours???? FOR THE FIRST TIME… HEY AMERICANS,,, YOU CAN’T BULLY ME!!!! BULLY SOMEONE ELSE!!!

    You need more money than me. I got a lot saved, you got tons of debt staring in your face.

    Second, that bullshit thing he said “THEY ARE USING STEROIDS TO TRAIN” is BULLSHIT!!! If the steroid is not on your SYSTEM when you NEED IT, it’s FUCKING USELESS!!! That’s why they are doing AFTER EVENT TEST FOR. MR BLITZ again is STUPID and BIASED!!

    If this guy BLITZ that you just used is not one sided, he would at least done better research!!! THEY ARE USING IT TO TRAIN?? . I like his voice, sound authoritative. But then again HE IS AN IDIOT. You use STERIODS on Training up to your Event!. That’s WHY TEST are done BEFORE AND AFTER. …. Either deliverate stupidity or just plain IGNORANCE!!

    Third: Brother, if he or even you are reading news or events on what was happening during those negatiations with Mayweather, then you would have KNOWN that Mayweather Camp ask for 14 DAYS before the fight because they said “They saw Manny Pacquiao getting a blood test on HBO 24/7” before the Ricky Hatton fight 14 days before. Now HERE IS WHAT HAPPENED AFTER THAT…..

    Top Rank ask HBO to check when was the VIDEO TAKEN… GUESS WHAT KAPATID???? The VIDEO WAS TAKEN 24 DAYS before and shown ten days LATER after editing. Now, JUST TO SAVE THE FIGHT, MANNY oh YOUR COUNTRYMAN said… OK. Give them 24 days. It turns out to be a heppa test on that VIDEO that MAYWEATHER was using for asking 14 days…. HBO said.. ITS NOT 14 DAYS, IT’S 24 DAYS…They are using THAT VIDEO to insist 14 days… BUT IT’S 24 DAYS AS CERFITIED BY HBO. But MAYWEATHER CAMP with all their bullying STILL KEEPS AND KEEPS ON INSISTING “NAH, WE STILL WANT 14 DAYS”.

    What happened to the RICK HATTON VIDEO???????? IT’S PURE BULLYING, AND TRYING TO GET SOME ADVANTAGE. The TRUTH is my Brother(if you are really Pinoy), Manny Pacquiao’s last lost is with Erik Morales their first meeting. 2 days before that FIGHT, they redid a HEPA TEST on him. Manny Complained to the doctor that he felf dizzy, doctor said DRINK SOME WATER. PROBLEM IS… HE CAN’T DRINK WATER BECAUSE IT’S THE WEIGHT IN ALREADY!!!!! PROBLEM,BIG BIG PROBLEM????? Erik Morales even said after the fight… I DID NOT FEEL HIS POWER that’s history of Manny’s last Lost. Off course, we all know what happened on the next two fights(NO BLOOD TEST too near the fight).

    FYI BROTHER… The original demand by Mayweather is 2 days.. Two days..Wonder where did he get that TWO DAYS DEMAND? NOTHING SPECIAL,of course every fighter would research their opponents last FIGHTS and specially AND OF COURSE his LAST LOST. RIGHT, RIGHT,RIGHT????

    BROTHER, Sometimes when you have become TOO ACCUSTOMED to being on the OPPOSITE SIDE you tend to stay there and become RACIST yourself, RACIST AGAINTS YOUR OWN RACE.

    ITS NOT ABOUT STEROIDS BEING GONE AFTER 14 DAYS. THAT IS BULLSHIT!! YOUR COUNTRYMAN GAVE US A FACE BY NOT BEING BULLIED!!

    They require a Blood test base on PURE SPECULATIONS.

    1. Blood test is not required as commision rules in (NEVADA and all other states)
    2. Being so KIND, He gave in by allowing testing(not one test, but multiple times including AFTER FIGHT) and unlimited urine test.
    3. The man being lambasted and sentenced by your MR BLITZ, gives another thing to them by saying OK to the VIDEO they use to ask for 14 DAYS which turns out to be taken 24 days and simply shown 14 days.

    NOW ASK YOURSELF KAIBIGAN… WHAT HAVE MAYWEATHER DONE TO SAVE THE FIGHT? WHAT??????????????

    What? By demanding a test that WASN’T EVEN ON THE RULES? Sure, Manny being so kind gave in.
    What? by saying 14 DAYS because “nah,we saw you getting some bloodtest on HBO 24/7 on Ricky Hatton fight”.
    Manny says.. OK. If that video says 14, then OK. THE VIDEO WAS TAKEN 24 DAYS!! Now, their BULLYING cannot go on!!!

    IT HAS TO STOP SOMEWHERE. Unlimitted Urine Test, Ramdom test if you like, except 24 days before the fight(as their video guided demand says), then after the fight test. WHAT DID MAYWEATHER DID TO SAVE THE FIGHT? NOTHING BROTHER, NOTHING!!!!!!!

    NOW, HOW DARE YOU ADVERTISE SOME STUPID PODCAST THAT FLAT OUT ACCUSES YOUR COUNTRYMAN OF GUILT!!!!

    NASANAY KA NA MASAYADO SA NEGATIVE BROTHER. NOTICE YOURSELF. YOU ARE NOW ALWAYS IGNORING THE RIGHT INFORMATION, JUST TO MAKE A POINT OF THE NEGATIVE. BROTHER….. HINDI NA MAGANDA. NAWAWALA KA NA SA REALITY.

    GOLLY, I WISH THE FIGHT WOULD HAPPEN. GREATEST AND BIGGEST PPV EVENT EVER and KABABAYAN KO KASAMA SA MAIN CHARACTER.

    But Brother… I WILL NOT! , I REPEAT..I WILL NOT BE HAPPY TO SEE IT HAPPEN IF IT MEANT SEEING A KABABAYAN BEING BULLIED AND MADE TO LOOK STUPID BY SOMEONE THAT SIMPLY REFUSE TO FIGHT. Aren’t you be looking STUPID by following this and that because someone accuses of this and that without evidence. EH SILA LANG GUMAWA NUN. Because someone is so GOOD and above everyone eh.. AY NAG DRUGS YAN,STEROID USER YAN. VERY FUNNY BROTHER!!

    CHOOSE ANOTHER AUDIO. THAT MR BLITZ IS NOT FOR BOXING, HE IS FOR MAYWEATHER.He already gave his SENTENCE to Manny. LOLZ.

    Thank you. Looking at your articles here, you have lost contact with REALITY. You have BECOME RACIST AGAINTS YOUR OWN.

    • BongV says:

      When Manny Pacquiao said, he will not submit to testing – he could have said – it is not a requirement of pro boxing, we might as well have Ali, Tyson, Spinks, Holyfield submit to Olympics-standard testing before. But why only now? Why single Manny out? That would have made a very powerful argument. But instead, Manny comes out and says, he will not submit to blood testing a month or a week before because it will make him weak. If the person who said that was not Manny, I am sure someone would have said “WTF are you talking about dumb*ss”. Someone should have coached Manny. in order to minimize gaffes – unless that was really the intention. But I digress.

      *****

      The only thing this show of “righteous indignation” reveals is how trifling, small-minded we are as a people. We’re just like the village idiot who walks around blowing whistle at people because he thinks it makes him important when all it does is single him out as the village idiot.

      nuff said

      • Supergloom says:

        you people are too smart for your own good.

      • Parallax says:

        that’s a risk we’re willing to take.

      • waitwat says:

        Wow….. I didn’t even dream of seeing this in actuality on the net….. I am very sad…

      • Peter says:

        well my friend it’s because Pacman never wanted to SAY NO to the request!

        Until they keep pushing it! BongV, magpalit ka nalang ng kulay mo.

        Mga BERDUGO kayo. I know grandfather mo kasama sa mga nagsuot ng bayong at nag tuturo sa mga guerilla.

        POINT IS…. NO NEED FOR THE TEST. IT’S NOT REQUIRED, IF THEY ARE ACCUSING MANNY GO TO THE COMMISION AND SUBMIT THEIR PROOF, THEN THEY GOT THEIR TEST.

        Problem for them is… THEY HAVE NO PROOF. lolz

        IT’S SIMPLE Berdugo.. MAYWEATHER SHOULD JUST FIGHT MANNY PACQUIAO .. Like what MARQUEZ, LIKE DELA HOYA, like DIAZ, like Hatton, like Coto, like Clottey did.

        Napaka special naman niya at lahat lumaban siya lang daming reasons. Bat kasi ayaw pang sabihin I DON’T WANT TO FIGHT!

        Daming reasons, drug test 2 days before the fight (non-negotiable), then they sense Manny is not going to be bullied they change.Ok let’s go with 14 days because we saw you on HBO getting a test 14 days before HATTON FIGHT. The video was taken 24 days. lolz.

        Come on BERDUGO! POINT IS… THEY WANT BLOOD DRAWN AS CLOSE TO THE FIGHT AS POSSIBLE. IT’S NOT ABOUT BLOOD TESTING. IT’S ABOUT GETTING THE ADVANTAGE, IT’S ABOUT KNOWING WHERE YOUR OPPONENT IS UNCOMFORTABLE (they watched MORALES AFTER FIGHT INTERVIEW)

        BERDUGO, TRAYDOR KA SA BAYAN. If Manny was not right on this, i’ll shit on his face. One thing was shown here. MANNY FOUND SOME GOOD MAN TO HELP HIM GUIDE HIS CAREER.

        At saka naman pre… check naman ang mga kasama ni PACMAN. Mga responsible people naman eh unlike dun sa kabila.. puro kaso ng violent related crimes,gambling crimes, drugs, TAX Evations at sexual assaults iba pa.

        Eto pa Berdugo, Ayaw ni Gayweather sa Dalas gawin ang fight. Isa sa naging issue yan diba? WHY? It’s because XYLOCAINE is banned in TEXAS. Gayweather is an admitted user of XYLOCAINE.

        What it does is make you feel less pain. He is using it for his SHOULDER PROBLEM. In Nevada it is allowed but certain number hours before the fight lang and not during the fight.

        COME ON!! BERDUGO,BERDUGO!!!!

        TRAYDOR. PACMAN HATER KA BRO. I GOT ANGRY WITH ADAM CRAYOLA NOT because of PACMAN insult. I’ve seen and heard worst. I got INSULTED because the STUPID GUY included the whole country which i must say that MR BLITZ DID NOT DO.

        He obviously don’t like Pacman but he showed some class and professionalism by NOT INSULTING THE WHOLE FILIPINO NATION.

        BERDUGO! BERDUGO!!

      • Parallax says:

        ganyan ang ehemplo ng emo at ma-drama at overreacting na para namang lasing humirit na pinoy. pa-traydor traydor berdugo ek-ek pa, parang batang inagawan ng kendi at saluwal.

        ano, iyak pa’t ngawa dali! hirit pa.
        sige pahiyain mo pa sarili mo kapten pinoy astig ka diba you’ll fight to da death for da whole filipino nation?
        sige, ngawa.

    • ilda says:

      The first sign of insecurity: When someone has to resort to using caps lock 🙂

      • Parallax says:

        hear hear ilda!

      • Peter says:

        @ilda : the first sign of insecurity and stupidity is when someone thiinks using a feature on a keyboard is insecurity. lolz.

        GET YOUR ACT TOGETHER!

        @BongV (aka berdugo)

        We Pinoys can argure all we like. Magsagutan tayo, mag debate, mag sigawan. PERO….

        pag ibang lahi na tumitira sa sarili mo at bayan mo… ang TRAYDOR HUMIHIWALAY AT NAG TUTURO NG KASAMA NIYA!

        Alam mo ba ano ginagawa sa mga traydor? DEATH SENTENCE YAN.

        HUWAG NYONG BASTUSIN SARILING NYONG KULAY SA HARAP NG IBANG LAHI! Go head, cge mag argue ka, mag mura ka, makipag debate ka againts sa bayan natin sa harap ng kapwa mo Pinoy.. PERO…

        GAWIN MO SA HARAP NG BANYAGA EH KA TRAYDORAN YAN. You think nakakakuha ka ng respeto sa ibang lahi by attacking your own people in front of them???

        “anong klaseng tao kayo ito,he attacks his own people what more if this guy becomes one of us”

        STUPIDITY YUN KAPATID. TREASON IS A VERY SERIOUS OFFENSE.

        Ang liit na nga ng bansa mo, tra-traydurin mo pa? Binababa mo MORAL ng kapwa mo PINOY.

        Dapat sa inyo, HUWAG TUMUNTONG SA PINAS. I’m not even sure nasa Pinas kayo eh. MAGPA COSMETIC SURGERY KAYO, PAPAUTI KAYO. PA BLEACH KAYO PARA MAGING KAKULAY NYO SILA!!

        TRAITORS!! Huwag na Huwag nyong babastusin bayan nyo sa harap ng ibang LAHI! It MAKES YOU LOOK STUPID. Pag nakita ka ng mga banyagan. Oh ikaw pala yun. (tumatawa sila ). Ah Filipinos: This guy want’s to be LIKE US, LOOK LIKE US and LIVE LIKE US. Tapos… Mula ulo hanggang paa titinggnan ka.(then… PWE! sasabin). You think you can be like them by being a traitor againts your own? TSK TSK.

        NOPE, WHO WOULD WANT TO HAVE A TRAITOR ON YOUR SIDE? He’ll sell you too when the time is right.

      • Peter says:

        HEY GUYS!!

        TAYO LANG MERON SITE DEDICATED IN BASHING OUR OWN KIND!.

        TAYO LANG! Mga anti-american sites are all made by ibang lahi.

        ITONG SITE NA ITO, GAWA NG PINOY BUILT TO BASH OUR RACE AND COLOR!!

        TSK TSK!!

        Only in the Philippines. GOLLY!!!

        MAG PA BLEACH NA NGA LANG KAYO!!! THEN HUWAG NYO NG SABIHIN PINOY KAYO!!

        ANTI-JEWISH SITES are made by Arabs, Anti-Arabs sites are made by Jewish.

        I can’t find an anti-italian sites made by italians, nor anti-german sites. THEY ARE SAYING.. “Who in their right mind, would attack their own kind”??

        ANTI-GOVERMENT sites sure, but againts your own race,culture and people. MGA TANGA, DI KAYO NAKAKATULONG at PINAGTATAWANAN PA KAYO NG IBANG LAHI!

      • benign0 says:

        It’s called reflection, instrospection, and self-evaluation, dude. You should try it sometime. 😀

      • benign0 says:

        Na-ah. Pinoys need to be shamed into changing. Kelangan pahiyain ang Pinoy sa buong mundo para tayo ay magbago. You know why? It’s a way of turning our renowned colonial mentality into something constructive. Because Filipinos’ worst nightmare is to lose face in front of others, that trait is the KEY to implementing a strong motivation to change.

        Pinoys are driven by hiya and not by any inherent desire to progress. If left to our devices to motivate one another to do the right thing we will simply fail. We’ve seen it happen many times. The year we were given our independence (which by the way, folks, is 1946 and NOT 1898 as delusional emos would like us to believe) was the year that marked the beginning of our degeneration.

        It’s simple, really™ — though not for the small-minded. 😀

      • NotMasochisticFilipino says:

        @Peter

        I think the REAL traitor are those who doesn’t recognize our countries faults and just live with them.

        Yang pinapakita nyong ugali dito e pagtatraydor na dahil sinisira nyo ang dangal ng ating bansa. Pero di ko naman sigurong kelangang sabihin ito dahil kitang-kita naman di ba?

        Hindi naman si Manny ang isyu dito. Ang issue dito e masyado tayong “pakitang-api”.

    • ChinoF says:

      Are you sure Manny was being bullied? Someone was just trying to psyche it out with him. And Manny’s refusal to give in to the blood test as a victory… are you sure it’s a victory? Some people would say, “he refused the blood test because he really used drugs.” Well, if it’s a victory, it’s Manny’s victory, not the Filipino people’s. But still, I don’t see it as a victory. It’s more like a stalemate.

      Better note, it’s not Manny I’m against, it’s Manny’s fans I’m against. I’m not a Manny fan myself.

      What makes you think everyone wants to bully Filipinos? That’s the victim mentality playing here. No wonder people like you are quick to go on trolling rampages.

    • Jay says:

      “You have BECOME RACIST AGAINTS YOUR OWN.”

      WOW is that news to you? Its been happening for the longest time in pinoy society, usually the discriminating factor being either wealth, status or EDUCATION.

      “NASANAY KA NA MASAYADO SA NEGATIVE BROTHER. NOTICE YOURSELF. YOU ARE NOW ALWAYS IGNORING THE RIGHT INFORMATION,”

      Odd enough the right information is being backed up correctly. You however spewed up a bunch of information with no cited sources and in the end go in a huge assumption that you are correct like the rest of CAMP MANNY because he has all the ‘good’ qualities of a Pinoy representative to the world and because of that, the opposition is wrong.

      Pinoys play the Ad Hominem card more often than they think. Then again, a latin word seems very intimidating to them already.

      • BongV says:

        unless the latin word is an oracion.. 😆

        don’t bath for 7 weeks, recite the oracion on the midnight of a good friday, then you will be invincible to bullets and bolos.

    • brianitus says:

      Hi, Peter.

      I love your devotion to Manny Pacquiao.

      Um, and gusto ko rin matuloy yung fight ni Floyd and Manny. Abangan na lang natin late this year or early next year. Pero can’t we just love boxing for what it is, as a sport? It isn’t a battle of nations in the ring. The government of this tiny nation does not even support sports development nang todo todo.

      Walang connection ang pagiging Pilipino sa pagiging champion boxer ni Pacquiao. Whatever Manny accomplished are all dahil sa talent and training nya. I wonder if he even thought of pagiging Pinoy pag lalaban siya. Di nya rin siguro inisip na kalaban ng Pilipinas ang mga nakakaharap nya kaya kailangan sila gulpihin at pabagsakin. I wonder if he even thinks of nationalities whenever he fights. Kung pananakit sa kapwa Pinoy ang usapan, eh di dapat mabother ka rin at may ginulping mga Pinoy din si Pacman para makarating sa rurok ng tagumpay. Di naman siya international agad, di ba?

      Pagdating sa negosasyon ng kontrata, anong pakialam ba dapat natin kung di sya “nabully” dun? Usapang negosyo yan at hindi treaty sa dalawang magkalabang bansa. Di naman nadagdagan pagka-Pinoy ko ah and certainly hindi rin mababawasan kung pumayag siya dun sa contract demand na yun. Nadagdagan yung paghanga ko sa kanya kasi nakakapagcommand na siya ng ganung klase ng respeto sa boxing world. Hanga ako sa kaastigan nya..

      Oh, thank you na lang dun sa bigay nya na face. I am happy with the one I have.

      Cheers!

  6. HusengBatute says:

    As the rest of the picture begins to surface, it appears that it is the Filipinos who need to apologize to Adam Carolla.

  7. ilda says:

    I don’t know why Filipinos are always offended by the truth. I think the Filipino brain is wired differently from birth. We cannot think inward and are incapable of self-reflection.

    We are more racist and discriminating than everyone else. Just read the following samples:

    “Intsik beho” (when referring to Chinese people)

    “Indian pana-kakana-kana” (when referring to Indians)

    “Babalu” (when referring to those with prominent chins)

    “three-four/five-four” (when referring to those who have suffered from polio)

    We only have the majority’s arrogance going for us. They bullied Adam into apologising and then it wasn’t even enough.

    • ChinoF says:

      Yeah, Carolla apologized, and yet Filipinos say it wasn’t even enough? Filipinos act as if they’re the kings of the world when someone foreign offends them. Like I said, we don’t have national pride, we have national arrogance.

    • guilbautedsookie says:

      Sometimes, I just don’t know why we are so arrogant when there is nothing we really can be proud of. It’s a defense mechanism. In psychiatry, using defense mechanisms too much leads to ineffective means of dealing with stress. And this is an example

      • ChinoF says:

        Like Ilda herself brilliantly theorized, it’s insecurity. The defense mechanism is brought up to try to solve the insecurity, which is turn is caused by the lousy life in this country.

      • BongV says:

        From – http://antipinoy.com/perdition-and-the-arrogance-of-ignorance/

        Perpetuation of a dysfunctional system cannot come from 7% – it comes from the 93%. And now, the 93% thinks that it is the 7% who forms the majority – for Gadzooks since when did 7% become a majority. If the ABC groups composed 55%, I will believe that. But 7%? WTF. 7% does not make a majority, dude. 93% is more than a majority – and voila, they are from the DE group. To insist otherwise, is what I think most refer to as the arrogance of ignorance. Quoting from a 1984 article by W. V. Mayer entitled “The Arrogance of Ignorance” (emphasis added):

        Arrogance comes in a variety of forms. The arrogance of great wealth, the arrogance of great power, the arrogance of great beauty, and the arrogance of a great master are bearable because they rest on an acknowledged and measurable base. The arrogance of ignorance, however, is unbearable because it is rooted in smug satisfaction with being isolated from the facts of the case.

        To paraphrase the Canadian Cynic, – It’s not that the DE groups and their panderers are so horribly ignorant in their criticism; no, that’s not it. It’s that the ignorance is worn publicly and great pride. No fancy book larnin’ for those folks, no sir. They don’t know the first thing about governance but, rather than admit it humbly, they bellow it from the rooftops — their sheer, unadulterated ignorance is the very basis of their arrogance, and they wear their total lack of knowledge almost as a badge of honour.

  8. Pastor Art says:

    Aba!

    Ika nga sa Matthew 7:5, “You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother’s eye.” Tignan nyo muna ang inyong sariling mga pagkukulang, bago nyo husgahan yun inyong kapwa.

    Baka di na pakinggan ni Lord si Manny at si Mommy Dionisya sa kanilang mga panalangin tuwing meron boxing. Lumalaki na ba mga ulo nating mga Pinoy? Sabi sa James 4:6 “But he gives us more grace. That is why Scripture says: ‘God opposes the proud but gives grace to the humble.'”

    • May Party Sa Dasma Wala Akong Wheels says:

      Well they do call Pacquiao the Mexican Killer now and then. As if no Mexican will ever beat him.

      • BenK says:

        And notice that the Mexican people didn’t go completely batsh*t over it, either…MAYBE because even they realize that results talk, bullsh*t walks. If a Mexican fighter ever does beat Manny, that man will become a god in that country — “The Man Who Took Down the Mexican Killer”. And Pinoys will whine and complain about how it’s not fair, or the Mexicans are being yabang, or whatever. Dignified losers, you ain’t. Manny probably would be, though — he always has been the few times he’s come up on the short end. Which is simply just another example of how his success is not the whole country’s.

        Don’t get me wrong, I’ve been a Pacquiao fan ever since the first time I saw him way back when I was still in the States. But I’ve got news for you: Pacquiao’s fans in the US (of which there are many, believe it) have never looked at him as a “Filipino boxer” — they just see a damned good boxer. He could be from Saturn, for all we care. Everybody only notices the whole “Filipino” thing when the other 80-million-odd Pinoys start acting like buttheads about it.

      • ChinoF says:

        It’s funny, since when I looked around forums for the racist and supremacist sentiments, I noticed that some American and non-Filipino Pacquiao fans were also mouthing out obscenities and insulting Mayweather as well. Yeah, boxing fans are like soccer fans, they can make the fandom violent and dirty. Probably the Filipino fans see these posts and think it’s OK to do. Thus, the obscenities spread. Because of a few starting it, many are riding on.

  9. Homer says:

    Tiger Woods, as most of us know, is half-Thai…..but we don’t see the Thai’s going gaga over his being a half-Thai. We also didn’t see them gettin’ spiteful, hateful, and racist when the U.S. media was all over him for his personal scandals.

    Balat-sibuyas talaga ang pinoy! Mostly for the wrong reasons, if I may say so.

    As for Manny P. being called the Mexican Killer (or the Mexicutioner), I know that Manny himself is uncomfortable with that label. It’s the irresponsibility of a couple o’ twerps who obviously didn’t think clearly when they first came-up with that name. Some blame should also go to our “beloved” media who went along with the name for marketing reasons, I suppose. Fortunately, the Mexicans understood that it’s just media hype. Unfortunately, it could have been worse, thanks to the short-sightedness of da Pinoy twerps.

  10. grace says:

    well thanx to u all for thinking this way towards ur country and ur fellow countrymen , now u got the whole world and adam crayolla rejoicing that they were right all along, imagine u being filipinos thinking this way?? being ashamed of your own? if u don’t agree and see otherwise this is not the way to do it.. exposing negative things about ur country this way is truly inappropriate, so what if we’re balat sibuyas? thats one of the reasons why we are loved as a people, why most of the world wants to employ us because we have big hearts, why do u think the shipping industry for instance prefers to hire filipinos? i tell u what because filipinos are hardworking, bec they are so balat sibuyas that they want the best for their families that they are willing to be away from them 9mos a year , why are our nurses and caregivers and nannys are preferred most? because they are so balat sibuyas too that they treat their patients with concern and gratitude and willing to work overtime so that they can have extra money to send to relatives who they love most, if the thais choose to be silent about them being talked about in a bad way, then so be it , but u to be proud for them for being such, OMG !! u take things differently man, pacquiao did good in making the philippines known all over the world, bcoz that is how powerful media is, now HBO and the sports industry makes us one profitable client, bec we all unite as a people in supporting our own, thats how u should this!!

    • ChinoF says:

      Wow, you think balat sibuyas is a positive trait eh? Seems you don’t know what “balat-sibuyas really means. You seen to be confusing “balat-sibuyas” with care and concern – which are expected, and not exceptional traits.

      Where did you get the idea that we are loved as a people? You should see more of how the world sees us… besides, kasalanan natin that we proved the world and Mr. “Crayolla” right about the negative views of our country. What’s wrong with exposing the negative things? Dapat naman i-expose, para iwasto eh.

      And our nurses, caregivers and other OFWs, are you sure they are really preferred? I think it’s only because our government and local business oligarchs actually want to send our people away, so they could become money cows. All they want is OFWs’ money, yan lang. Kung hindi, i-Itcha-fuera lang ang mga OFWs.

      We are one profitable client all right. And who’s profiting? Not us. Unfortunately, I don’t agree with supporting our own, when our own is doing wrong. I don’t mean Manny, I mean these other Filipinos throwing insults all over the Web.

      Thanks a lot my dear for your comment… you really showed us why our country is in the pits.

    • benign0 says:

      But wasn’t Carolla indeed right all the long? And not only was he right, he didn’t start the brouhaha. Filipinos did. 😀

      But you are right with one thing. It is only people like Pacquiao that can “make the Philippines known all over the world”. Because without people like him, the Philippines is pretty much a non-entity in the world stage.

      • Supergloom says:

        Just shut up you dont know half the shit your talking about. Most filipinos are concentrated in healthcare and most of them are doctors. So if you dont know how great a race filipinos are, just please, save the ignorant comments.

      • BongV says:

        No such thing as Filipino race – there’s only the HUMAN RACE- Get over it.

        The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Human Genome Program devoted 3% of its annual Human Genome Project (HGP) budget toward studying the ethical, legal, and social issues (ELSI) surrounding the availability of genetic information. Some of these projects studied potential effects of ELSI, and others sought to educate professionals through literature, conferences, workshops, and multimedia. Among the programs funded by DOE ELSI were educational materials for physicians, educators, students, clergy, and judges and other legal professionals.

        DNA studies do not indicate that separate classifiable subspecies (races) exist within modern humans. While different genes for physical traits such as skin and hair color can be identified between individuals, no consistent patterns of genes across the human genome exist to distinguish one race from another. There also is no genetic basis for divisions of human ethnicity. People who have lived in the same geographic region for many generations may have some alleles in common, but no allele will be found in all members of one population and in no members of any other.

         http://www.ornl.gov/sci/techresources/Human_Genome/elsi/minorities.shtml

         

        ***

        What Is Race?
        Pam Moore & Pete Wilson, KRON NewsCenter4
        Monday, February 23, 1998

        We begin our story with a pop quiz on genetic science. We have a group of four men. If you were able to look just at their genetic code, their DNA, which of these men have the most genetic differences?

        “I have no question, given what we know about human genetics, that the tall person and the short person are significantly more different than the black man and the white man of a similar height,” answers Dr. Sylvia Spengler, a geneticist at U.C. Berkeley.

        Sylvia Spengler is part of the human genome project, in which scientists around the world are trying to map the location and function of every gene in the human body. She represents the viewpoint of most geneticists today: that “race” has no real meaning in science.

        “Trying to mix genetics with race is, to my mind, inappropriate; cannot be done,” she says. “…Race is something we do to each other; it has nothing to do with what our DNA does to us.”

        No such thing as race? Has science suddenly gone mad? Can’t they see the difference between Al Gore, Michael Jordan, or Jackie Chan? And don’t those differences come from our DNA?

        Pam Moore: “When we see race, maybe body shapes and nose shapes or hair texture differences, isn’t that based genetically?”

        Dr. Spengler: “It’s based genetically, but it’s a very small part of us.”

        Take skin color, for example. Melanin is the substance that colors our skin and helps protect us from sunlight. Pure melanin is the color and texture of charcoal dust, but our bodies can also produce it in shades of brown, yellow, and red. The mix of melanin we show to the world is controlled by our genes, but it is indeed a very small part of us.

        How small? While each cell in the human body has 100,000 genes, only about six genes control skin color — six out of 100,000!

        What’s more, everyone watching this program shares the same six genes, including the genes for dark skin! What that means may shock some people; that each of us has the potential to produce skin as black as an African native.

        How can that be? According to scientists, it’s because we are all, in fact, descended from Africa.

        Professor Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza of Stanford University has studied the genes of people around the world, and believes he has found our genetic ancestors. “It’s likely that the Bushmen are the people who have contributed to the origin of modern humans,” he says. “Therefore, the people who went out from Africa to colonize the rest of the world.”

        About 40,000 years ago, some Africans moved north, where their skin needed less protection against the sun and eventually grew lighter. Some moved to Siberia, where their eyelids grew narrow to protect against driving cold and bright snow. Europeans and Asians may look different from Africans, but they never lost their genes for dark skin; genes that can still be partly activated by a trip to the beach.

        That is why geneticists say race, like beauty, is only skin deep. “If you expect that there exists pure races, that is totally absurd,” states Dr. Cavalli-Sforza.

        “I tell people to think of what they would look like without skin. When you do that, you see we’re all alike; we’re primates,” adds Dr. Spengler.

        And that brings us back to our pop quiz: Why are the tall and short man more genetically different than the black and white man? Because remember, only six genes control skin color. A person’s height, on the other hand, is affected by dozens of genes.

        We wondered how the men who posed for our pop quiz would react to this genetic news. They are classmates at the University of San Francisco.

        “My first response was, ‘Oh there’s WAY more difference between Reggie and I,” says Rob, who is white.

        “So now that this information is out, people might accept it, people might not,” says Matt, who is also white. “But you can’t erase what you’ve learned throughout your whole life.”

        “I feel like yes, this just supports what I feel already; that there’s no difference between ethnic groups as far as genetics,” says Reggie, who is black.

        But this group still had questions, like what about racial differences in sports? Isn’t that genetic?

        One old stereotype is about blacks in sports. For example, eighty percent of players in the NBA are African American. Some people say black athletes have a genetic trait called “fast-twitch muscles,” which allow them to run, jump, and shoot better than whites. But science tells us that lots of athletes have fast-twitch muscles, while not all black people are good at sports.

        In this group, Ryan is the best basketball player while Reggie says he’s not so hot. “I’ve always believed that, you know, whoever you are, whatever color you are, if you work really hard at doing something, most likely you’ll become good. Whether it be basketball, football, baseball — whatever it is,” says Reggie.

        Why are Latinos good at soccer? Do we ever talk about their “soccer” genes? Is there a “martial arts” gene for Asians? A “golf” gene for whites? What about Tiger Woods? Did he get his abilities from his black father or his Asian mother?

        And that’s exactly the problem with trying to define people by race; there are no clear scientific categories that truly separate humans by the color of their skin. But that doesn’t mean some people don’t try.

        A 1994 book, “The Bell Curve,” provoked a huge controversy by comparing race with intelligence by using IQ tests to show that Asians and whites are generally smarter than blacks. The authors concluded that part of that difference is probably genetic.

        Sylvia Spengler knows genetic experts all over the world who read “The Bell Curve” and were astounded by that conclusion. She says the small number of genes that control racial characteristics like skin color or curly hair have no connection with genes affecting intelligence, just as a man’s height has nothing to do with how smart he is.

        So, if race isn’t based on science, what is it? The best evidence is that race is not in our genes, it’s in our heads, something we made up a long time ago.

        In the days when humans could see that the earth was flat, they could also see that people looked different. And though we now accept that our eyes deceived us about the globe, the belief in racial differences has been tough to change.

        Prejudice has been around since the dawn of humanity, when we survived by forming groups — circles of belonging — where we felt safe, comfortable, and superior to people outside the group. It’s what psychologists call “ethnocentricity,” or “in-group/out group” behavior.

        “That all people divide themselves in some sense between the us — the we, the group I belong to — that I’m a part of, and those others — those out groups — out there,” says Dr. Marilynn Brewer.

        Brewer, a psychologist at Ohio State University and one of the world’s leading experts on in-group/out-group behavior, says people in the modern world belong to lots of groups: family, job, school, church. We cross easily between our in-groups but rarely go where we don’t feel comfortable — our out-groups. We are Democrats or Republicans, Giants or Dodgers fans. Prejudice begins with the belief that “my group is better than your group.”

        We know what prejudice looks like when it makes history or headlines. But day-to-day prejudice is harder to see. Brewer says this “day-to-day” prejudice is like a bad habit, “Something that we easily fall back on, into, if we aren’t making an effort to overcome it.”

        To find out how prejudice works, psychologists devised this experiment: A group of college students are trying to guess the number of dots on a series of flashing slides, like guessing beans in a jar. They’ve been told it’s a test but there’s really no skill or intelligence involved. Simply by chance, some students guess high, some guess low. They are then separated into two groups with name tags labeling them as either “over-estimators” or “under-estimators.”

        After being segregated, each group is asked how they feel about the other group. For example, “Would you go to a party with an over-estimator?”

        It doesn’t take long for prejudice to show itself. “There’ll be discussions where people will start talking about what’s good about being an under-estimator. And then, by contrast, why that’s better than being an over-estimator,” says Brewer.

        “Just as perhaps you or your viewers are saying, ‘This is stupid! Why would anyone care about over-estimating dots? It’s ridiculous! And it is,” says Stephen Wright, a psychologist at U.C. Santa Cruz, and an expert on prejudice. “You can give people irrelevant categories, they’re meaningless in every sense of the word, except that they’re meaningful in that situation.”

        When they come back together, there is suspicion. It’s amazing to discover that people have now divided themselves over something as silly as dots. But that is in fact how quickly prejudice can take hold.

        “It’s not as chilling as a burning of a cross,” adds Wright. “But because of the prevalence of it, because of the widespread tendency for these things to occur, it’s chilling nonetheless.”

        Essentially, race is like the dots on the screen. In science, race means nothing. The dots mean nothing until we create the meaning, as we’ve done over human history.

        “Race isn’t science. Race isn’t biological,” says Angela Blackwell, Senior Vice President of the Rockefeller Foundation, which supports studies on race relations. “So, I think it’s helpful to go back and use science to uncover the fact that there’s no scientific basis for all the racial differences that we make such a big deal over. But we can’t deny the fact that, even though a social construct, it has become a part of our lives, our everyday lives. And it stands in the way of our being able to achieve all that we need to individually, collectively, or as a nation.”

        Psychologists say the solution to race relations is to actually form relationships.

        Remember Reggie and Rob from our genetic pop quiz? They are college roommates and also best friends.

        “You know, off-hand, the first thing that comes to my mind isn’t the fact that he’s white. It’s just his personality and who he is that sticks out,” says Reggie.

        Reggie and Rob say they’re not color blind, but their differences are small compared to what they have in common. And because they trust each other, they can talk about race even when it feels uncomfortable.

        Rob remembers the night he and Reggie were walking through an all-black neighborhood: “All these cars started rolling up and I was like, I think I’m the only white person right here, right now. And he was like, ‘What’s wrong, you think you’re gonna get beat up or something?’ Well, yeah, actually I do feel like that. The bottom line is that I do feel uncomfortable sometimes. I still do have prejudices [and] a lot of them I’ve tried to deal with and get out of the way. But I think it’s just natural for everyone to have; you know, no one can say they’re not prejudice.”

        Reggie says he’s been taught all his life to be careful around white people he doesn’t know. He’s been called “nigger” more than once. “If I’m in a group full of whites, whatever, I’m gonna think there’s some KKK member in there somewhere just ready to hitch me up with a rope and throw me over a tree or something,” he says.

        “We talk about it and it’s fine,” says Rob. “It’s not like we don’t go, ‘Oh! Why are you feeling that way, Reg? Oh, you’re so racist!”

        But is this example just too good to be true?

        “Are we just proposing a Pollyanna kind of example; oh yeah, just make everybody friends,” says Stephen Wright. “We absolutely recognize that this particular friendship is difficult to create. People have a whole pile of history that makes it difficult to create these kinds of relationships. Do we throw up our hands and say it’s difficult, it won’t happen? I think not.”

        “When you have a common goal, you can look past the differences. And you know, whether Reggie’s black or whatever doesn’t matter. You know, we’re workin’ for the same goal,” says Rob.

        Psychologists say group dynamics are similar to Reggie and Rob’s friendship. They say that when racial groups work together for a common goal they can learn to trust each other in a way that makes race and prejudice secondary to their relationships.

      • Parallax says:

        Just shut up you dont know half the **** your talking about. Most filipinos are concentrated in healthcare and most of them are doctors. So if you dont know how great a race filipinos are, just please, save the ignorant comments.

        @supergloom:

        you should save the rest of us from your ignorance.

        filipino ofws who end up in healthcare jobs abroad are there for the better compensation that their employer found them qualified to earn, not because their foreign employers like pinoys’ balat-sibuyas temperament.

        no such thing as filipino race. thus, the “great” “filipino race” is all in your head. get over it because you don’t know half the sh*t you’re (there’s an apostrophe, okay?) talking about.

      • ChinoF says:

        In addition to Benign0’s question, I should say that “race” is being debunked as a social construct. Look up any current sociology textbook. Thus, it’s better to refrain from referring to “Filipino” as a “race”. But have it your way, anyway.

      • Jay says:

        Just shut up you dont know half the **** your talking about. Most filipinos are concentrated in healthcare and most of them are doctors. So if you dont know how great a race filipinos are, just please, save the ignorant comments.

        So what? Have they helped and contributed in the current state of the medical system in the country? For the most part, there isn’t even medical insurance in the Philippines and if there is, its no better than the crap the U.S. healthcare system ran. Its not to say I’m pro National Healthcare either however the cracks on the business based healthcare system is more apparent when you really need it.

        In fact a guy from the farm diagnosed of cancer (whether early to mid stages) would rather risk just dying than having his family deal with the enormous bill and take the money to set up a funeral for him. You call that a medical success story? I’d love to slap the ever loving taste out of your god fearing mouth to think that having many people in the medical field justifies any sort of high status in medical care. BTW, even Cuba has a better medical healthcare system than the Philippines. So much for those doctors huh?

        As of nurses, many countries are cutting back from them or finally training their own.

      • benign0 says:

        Nope. I don’t know how “great a race” Filipinos are. Care to enlighten us? 😀

    • BongV says:

      well thanx to u all for thinking this way towards ur country and ur fellow countrymen , now u got the whole world and adam crayolla rejoicing that they were right all along, imagine u being filipinos thinking this way??

      You are welcome. Yes – imagine Filipinos thinking this way, it will be a saner, better, progressive, classy, and more prosperous Philippines.

      being ashamed of your own?

      More like, disapprove of the behavior of one of our own. Is shameful behavior something to be proud of?

      if u don’t agree and see otherwise this is not the way to do it..

      I say, if I don’t agree, this is the way to do it – MY TERMS. If you have a problem with that, tough luck- it ain’t my problem, that’s YOUR problem.

      exposing negative things about ur country this way is truly inappropriate,

      And what will you rather do, sweep it under the floor. That’s an Ampatuan massacre of the truth. The only difference between Ampatuan and your htinking is that Ampatuan acted on not exposing negative things (to him) – he literally buried the negative things. Culture of impunity isn’t just about massacre of individuals it also includes massacre of the truth, of reality.

      so what if we’re balat sibuyas? thats one of the reasons why we are loved as a people, why most of the world wants to employ us because we have big hearts,

      Filipinos are loved as a people because they are onion-skinned really? 😆

      If big hearts were the basis for employment – there’s a lot more of big hearts in their own countries than the Philippines, are you kidding me. 😆

      why do u think the shipping industry for instance prefers to hire filipinos? i tell u what because filipinos are hardworking, bec they are so balat sibuyas that they want the best for their families that they are willing to be away from them 9mos a year , why are our nurses and caregivers and nannys are preferred most?
      because they are so balat sibuyas too that they treat their patients with concern and gratitude and willing to work overtime so that they can have extra money to send to relatives who they love most.

      can you define balat sibuyas and what is has got to do with being hardworking 😆

      balat sibuyas AND patient… hmmmm do these two words belong together? 😆

      if the thais choose to be silent about them being talked about in a bad way, then so be it , but u to be proud for them for being such, OMG !! u take things differently man, pacquiao did good in making the philippines known all over the world,

      the philippines is already known before pacquiao, in fact the world knew about the philippines since the 1900s – to say the only time the world knew stuff about the philppines after pacquiao is absurd. philippines is already known as the Sick Man of Asia, Asia’s Laggard, Nation of Servants, Most Dangerous Country for Journalists, One of the Most Corrupt Countries in ASEAN.

      bcoz that is how powerful media is, now HBO and the sports industry makes us one profitable client, bec we all unite as a people in supporting our own, thats how u should this!!

      Unite in supporting our own? Our own what? Our own village idiots??? 😆

      you gotta be kidding me 😆

      • grace says:

        wow!! thank u again for ur point by point analysis of my comment, but it is never my problem if i dont see our country as bad as u guys do here at anti pinoy, forgive me if i dont see it the way like u do, i just happen to accept that there is never a perfect world !! i just happen to love our country and happen to know too many good fellow filipinos, ang hindi ko maintindihan eh kung saan nanggagaling ang enerhiya niyo para ipagtanggol ang isang taong tulad ni adam carolla? do u think he knows a lot about the philippines? wala yang alam tungkol sa mga pinagsasabi niyo na kasi tayo ang may kasalanan kaya tayo inaapi, ang alam lang niyan eh si pacquiao eh isang pilipino na napatumba ang napakaraming boksingero.. whoever told him that manny is running for presidency? manny ran last election and didnt win coz the filipinos are smarter than they think, many of the foreigners kasi couldnt take it when someone from a so called third world country beats them, kaya nga no matter how many pacquiao has already beaten eh pilit pa ding hinahanapan ng butas.. ngayon naman ang blood test? o ngayon the respect that pacquiao gained being in control of the situation, he’s make me attitude?? hindi naman sa pagyayabang pero diba? its also an accomplishment kahit maliit na bagay lang? and of course i know what balat sibuyas is.. we were all born to know that this is a negative trait passed on by the spaniards.. along with bahala na attitude, crab mentality, etc, pero this should all stop, all the hating and all for fellow filipinos , hey! i just happen to see a half glass of water half full rather than half empty!!

      • benign0 says:

        What makes you think any “hating” is going on here?

        Cite some examples of where anyone here talks about “hating” Filipinos plez. 😀

      • ChinoF says:

        many of the foreigners kasi couldnt take it when someone from a so called third world country beats them, kaya nga no matter how many pacquiao has already beaten eh pilit pa ding hinahanapan ng butas..

        Uh, what makes you think many of the foreigners couldn’t take it? Akala ko si Mayweather lang nagrereklamo ng ganito… wala naman akong naririnig na reklamo mula sa foreigners na natalo boxer nila kay Pacquiao a… always gracious ang loss nila. Pero they don’t completely pride their country on their boxer a. Mukhang tayo lang ang ganun. Di nga dapat ganun eh.

        Yun ang problema, what you say is often not factual… yung mga inaakala mo na sinasabi namin, nagkakamali pa. Di naman kami nagsasabing ikaw may ill feelings towards the Philippines. 😉

      • Parallax says:

        your pinoy balat-sibuyasness didn’t come from spaniards. your pinoy balat-sibuyasness is embarrassingly pinoy in origin. tama na excuses na ganito tayo dahil sa colonizers.

      • BongV says:

        wow!! thank u again for ur point by point analysis of my comment, but it is never my problem if i dont see our country as bad as u guys do here at anti pinoy, forgive me if i dont see it the way like u do, i just happen to accept that there is never a perfect world !!

         so do i.there can be no perfect world – but there can be – an excellent world !!!

        i just happen to love our country and happen to know too many good fellow filipinos,

        so do i – i lvoe our country, too. for one of your  “good fellow pinoys” – i’ll show you a hundred more who are NOT. and even then, I even I wonder about your definition of “good fellow Filipino”.

        ang hindi ko maintindihan eh kung saan nanggagaling ang enerhiya niyo para ipagtanggol ang isang taong tulad ni adam carolla?

        same energy that fires us up when we see the facts and the truths being twisted by a moronic bunch of Pinoys.

        do u think he knows a lot about the philippines?

        do Filipinos know a lot about the Philippines? 😉

        wala yang alam tungkol sa mga pinagsasabi niyo na kasi tayo ang may kasalanan kaya tayo inaapi, ang alam lang niyan eh si pacquiao eh isang pilipino na napatumba ang napakaraming boksingero..

        so waht kung walang alam si.. carolla (???) – inaapi? how? so does the rest of the world – pacquiao is a fine boxer – who happens to be Filipino

        whoever told him that manny is running for presidency?

        he is factually wrong, but manny ran for congress in GSC and didn’t win. now he is running again in SK – the province Chongbian  lobbied hard to carved out from SC because he can’t win in SC.

        manny ran last election and didnt win coz the filipinos are smarter than they think,

        if they are smarter than they think, how come there are filipinos who vote for estrada and aquino? 😀

        many of the foreigners kasi couldnt take it when someone from a so called third world country beats them,

        not true. foreigners appreciate that pinoy did something good for pinoys. but they don’t use it as a crutch to feel good about themselves or their country – or to talk crap about other nationalities – unlike Pinoys.

        kaya nga no matter how many pacquiao has already beaten eh pilit pa ding hinahanapan ng butas.. ngayon naman ang blood test?

        Mayweather was talking BS – and Pacquiao responded with BS – dalawa na silang BS.

        o ngayon the respect that pacquiao gained being in control of the situation, he’s make me attitude?? hindi naman sa pagyayabang pero diba?

         what respect? e di lumabas nga syang ignorante. he’s better off saying, pro boxing – pro boxing rules, PERIOD.

        its also an accomplishment kahit maliit na bagay lang?

        accomplishment ni Pacquiao yun. ang akala ng Pinoy dahil nanalo si Pacquiao, accomplishment na rin nya yun – para bang buwan nanghihiram ng liawang mula sa araw. mali yun. 

        and of course i know what balat sibuyas is.. we were all born to know that this is a negative trait passed on by the spaniards.. along with bahala na attitude, crab mentality, etc, pero this should all stop, all the hating and all for fellow filipinos , hey! i just happen to see a half glass of water half full rather than half empty!!

        kaso yung glass ng pilipinas hindi half full – its is NEARLY EMPTY. 😆

    • ilda says:

      @Grace

      I’m always shocked to read comments like yours. Have you been living under a rock? 🙂

      Let me tell you why the Philippines is still a third world country. It’s because of people like you. People like you pretend there is nothing wrong with our culture.Actually, it could be that you are not really pretending. It could be that you think that it is your God given right to behave the way you do because you actually believe that the entire Philippine population is a victim of former colonizers like Spain and America. You might even blame the Philippine government for your behaviour.

      Heck, you’re even blaming this blogsite for the embarrassing behaviour of those who started this whole thing with Adam Carolla and the rest of the people who overreacted.

      Try to accept this: there is no one else to blame but Filipinos themselves.

      Learn how to look inward my dear. We here at AntiPinoy.com are doing exactly that. We don’t mind if people from all over the world find out that there are still some Filipinos like us who are capable of accepting that we have a problem and we need to fix it. We don’t want to be labelled in the same way as the rest of you, you know. We know that Filipinos are not the best, unlike you who keep insisting that Filipinos are the best and yet, the nation still remains Asia’s laggard.

      Cheer up 🙂

      • grace says:

        are u hearing yourself?? i happen to live comfortable enough to be in my right senses.. are u? scroll up and read my comment again.. i am not the one who has ill feelings about the philippines.. and u cheer up!!

      • Parallax says:

        grace, calm down.

        count to ten, and breathe. puso mo.

      • Peter says:

        It’s still a 3rd world country yes.

        Want to know why?

        ITS BECAUSE OF PEOPLE LIKE YOU!

      • Parallax says:

        you mean drama queens like yourself man.
        it’s impolite to use so much caps lock without supporting explanations.

  11. alaskadora says:

    bullshit… give some world peace you all like just a fucking baby… trash talkers…

  12. benign0 says:

    Filipinos love Pacquiao because he succeeded despite being Filipino and NOT because he is one.

  13. grace says:

    i appreciate ur concern thank u, it is just so sad at mas shocking namang di hamak when u are mocked when u just feel proud of being a pinoy, some people can be exaggeratingly carried away whenever their idol manny wins or whenever charice hits her high notes or arnel pineda on their concerts abroad.. i don’t see any reason why my comment is being compared to the ampatuans?? helloooo?? the outrage is about adam carolla… why all this pagtatanggols?? is he really worth it??

    • ChinoF says:

      is he really worth it??

      Are the Filipinos’ reactions and hate mail towards him worth it?

      • grace says:

        hell yea!! he apologized didnt he?? he saw how filipinos unite when they have a common goal, i bet u he wont ever say any bad words against filipinos now… i call that vindication!!

      • ChinoF says:

        The problem is, the Filipino reaction to him is shameful. Puro hate mail and insults thrown left and right. When there are proper channels that could have been used. Tapos nag apologize na, may mga Pinoy saying it’s not enough. Ano gusto gawin ng mga Pinoy, bitayin? They don’t have the right to say or do that anymore. Nagmukhang batang maliit ang mga Pilipino na ganito. The word for them is immature. So when the next Adam Carolla comes, ulit nanaman ito, nakakahiya na tayo sa mundo. It’s not worth it. Instead of focusing on those who “insult” the country, we should fix our country.

      • Ma Xianding says:

        He apologized and he looked dignified, however, that does not change the fact that Pinoys looked stupid and ARE stupid. Filipinos can unite in TROLLING but cannot unite in being disciplined on the road, not throwing trash everywhere, not spending money on useless things, NOT being too dependent on OFWs, not being dependent on “heroes” and the list goes on… Hanggang TROLLING lang ang unity KUNO.

      • Parallax says:

        pinoys were indeed united in bringing disgrace to every other pinoy who didn’t join in the cursefest against carolla. that was mob behavior and is nothing to be proud of. kahit mga walang kwentang pulitiko gawain ang pag-unite unite sa tamad na engots para baka sakaling manalo.

      • waitwat says:

        That is a retarded way to unite. Angry, mindless, and idiotic, mob unity. That is the worst kind of unity I ever saw. And if you applaud that kind of unity, I’d hate to see you run a country or even an organization or a group. Barbarians. Mindless, animal-like barbarians.

    • jonphil says:

      Penoy kids in tantrum > to put a stop to their running amok and for their life to move on > carolla apology.

      ‘la na.. feeling winner na naman ang pacified penoys (another feather on their cap). Sorry, no more scapegoat to vent their energy.

      Back to regular programming: wowowee, tsismis, hobmobbing

  14. grace says:

    hmm chino,kaya ang tingin nila sa atin ay maliit dahil sa ang tingin nila sa sarili nila ay napakatayog…. ang mga britons grabe din yan makipagaway at magcheer kung may laban ang bansa nila.. natauhan lang sila ng matalo ni pacman ang manok nila sa 2nd round pa lang… ang spain at south america sa laban sa soccer halos makipagpatayan na ang mga yan…. atleast tayo hanggang cheering lang o palagay na nating may halong cursing pa.. but we all know gang salita lang naman yan, coz wala naman tayong nababalitaang may pinatay ang pinoy dahil lang sa mga ganyang bagay.. fix our country alright! agree! u think we can help this way? it should come from within, we should all do our share by.. making our country proud .. it all goes back u see.. pacquaio did his share.. how about u anti pinoys?? what have u done for ur country lately???

    • ChinoF says:

      Yung mga nakita mo, soccer fans, biolente talaga mga yan. That’s a given.

      what have u done for ur country lately?

      Mare, writing in this blog site and pointing out what to fix is what we have done for our country.

    • waitwat says:

      They are not anti-pinoys. The retarded ones that had a mindless mob mentality, and a lot of retarded Pinoys today are the anti-pinoy.

    • Jay says:

      it all goes back u see.. pacquaio did his share.. how about u anti pinoys?? what have u done for ur country lately???

      You make it sound like Pacquiao started some sort of a revolution that can fix the country. He is just an athlete who happens to be adulated by the people because of his exposure to the world. Despite tossing money around left and right and vying for politics, he has no real plan for his run in politics. But he has his mindless supporters like you who are like lemmings and get behind him for the fact that he’s a popular pinoy boxer. In fact, wheres is your support for the guys who REALLY need it?

      What have I done for the country? I’m going to exercise my rights and vote for the guys who aren’t populated on TV ads to pander false promises and sympathy to people like you. Guys who really know what they are talking about aren’t afraid to take proper measures to make the right decisions. And help people out and educate them to lift the veil off their eyes that all that crap you think that the bad societal/cultural stuff about the Philippines and the ‘culture of poverty’ could be be reversed.

    • BongV says:

      hmm chino,kaya ang tingin nila sa atin ay maliit dahil sa ang tingin nila sa sarili nila ay napakatayog…. ang mga britons grabe din yan makipagaway at magcheer kung may laban ang bansa nila..natauhan lang sila ng matalo ni pacman ang manok nila sa 2nd round pa lang…ang spain at south america sa laban sa soccer halos makipagpatayan na ang mga yan….atleast tayo hanggang cheering lang o palagay na nating may halong cursing pa..but we all know gang salita lang naman yan, coz wala naman tayong nababalitaang may pinatay ang pinoy dahil lang sa mga ganyang bagay..

      just because the britons are doing it, means that we should be doing it, too – case to case basis, subject to results and evidence. fact is, it is precisely the demonstration of the unacceptability of such behavior which should warrant us not to do the same instead of indulging in it. it is not an excuse.

      fix our country alright! agree! u think we can help this way? it should come from within, we should all do our share by.. making our country proud .. it all goes back u see.. pacquaio did his share.. how about u anti pinoys?? what have u done for ur country lately???

      been there done that. got tired of waiting for y’ all – we are taking a vacation until y’all come to your senses.

      for the meantime, since you’d rather have remittances than opening up the philippine economy – maghintay kayo, beggars can’t be choosers… crap

  15. grace says:

    OIC having a blog like anti pinoy… wow thats some accomplishment… why can’t it be ang totoong pinoy? or pagbabagong pinoy o bagong pinoy?? dapat talaga anti pinoy?? hmmmm

    • Parallax says:

      marunong ka pa sa nagpapatakbo ng blog.

      this site discusses everything about the pinoy that holds the country back. it has its own purpose that needs no validation from people who are blind to it.

    • ChinoF says:

      Syempre ganyan ang magiging reaction ng ibang tao. Pino-point out mo lang ang mga mali ng Pinoy (na totoo naman), puedeng i-accuse ka na “anti-pinoy.” So we just took the name and made it work for us. Senseyshonal eh. Mukhang nahulog ka sa trap ng pangalan ng blog, akalain mo na anti-pinoy namin is hate namin ang bansa, pero sa totoo gusto namin umunlad ito. At para dito ipo-point out namin ang mga mali sa Pinoy. Ironic no? hehehe

      • Jay says:

        Mukhang nahulog ka sa trap ng pangalan ng blog, akalain mo na anti-pinoy namin is hate namin ang bansa, pero sa totoo gusto namin umunlad ito

        Only people who can’t read between the lines fall for that trap. Or read properly. Or have an open mind. Well, at least it is not my problem.

    • BongV says:

      OIC having a blog like anti pinoy… wow thats some accomplishment… why can’t it be ang totoong pinoy? or pagbabagong pinoy o bagong pinoy?? dapat talaga anti pinoy?? hmmmm

      well, why don’t YOU implement YOUR idea,

      * register your PROPINOY domain name
      * register your hosting service
      * pay for the hosting service

      now for all those who asking ano ba ang nagawa ng mga AP authors, okay – here’s a typical day:

      * put in the hours of maintaining a blog (3 to 4 hours a day – monetary equivalent of $25/hr, roughly $100 per day )
      * put in the hours of research and writing the content WHILE:
      – keeping your day job at PEAK PERFORMANCE levels
      – having quality time on weekends
      – supporting your favorite nonprofit by raising funds and resources
      – PLUS promoting Filipino-American businesses in a city-wide “World of Nations” festival at the premier public recreation center
      – AND helping a Philippine Medical Society manage the movement of one 40 footer load of DONATED hospital equipment and books from the East coast to a hospital in South Cotabato.
      – oh yeah, and I had to send $$$, too
      – turning down membership in a couple of Fil-Am association’s because it was just all dinner-and-dance – it gets tiring; i have more fun with my blog – and having an intimate circle of friends who can kick back, lay the hair down, and just soak it all in.

      and that’s just for this month – marami pang nakahilera – there’s an adult literacy/livelihood program being developed for inmates in DAPECOL galing po sa sariling bulsa, kasama pa miryenda at handout para sa inmates who have been condemned by Pinoy society as hopeless.

      not counting our outputs in our previous jobs where we turned around a joke of a city into the premier city in the Philippines – oh just a measly $1B in 3 years pumped into the local economy as a product of continuous improvement of investment promotion operations. And that’s just for starters.

      We can throw in the political struggles too which kicked out one Marcos and replaced him with mini-Marcoses from Aquino to Arroyo.

      So, I have already implemented mine. I’ve given the best years of my life to an ungrateful country. It’s my turn to enjoy my life, MY SELF, MY TERMS. if you have a problem with that -i don’t give a damn.

      and if you have a problem with how I implemented MY idea, too – that’s NOT MY PROBLEM.

      start your own blog, implement your solution – you might be right all along. but, until YOU make it happen, you’ll be stuck duking it out in AP.

      Much like AP’s previous authors and commentors being stuck in FV before there was an AP.

      We could have just stayed in FV, be “courageous” and duke it out with the site owner out of “pagmamalasakit sa whatever” – and then tell other blog sites that we are “sacrificing for the greater good”. Well, I don’t put up with that kind of drama. Think outside the old blog – SET UP a new one and see which PoV is better, may the best content win.

      blog? that’s just one channel of activity among many activities – just a form of relaxation after a long day at the office crunching numbers and solutions development – the kind that lowers your (not just yours – but all global consumers of a couple of fortune 500 companies) expense at the grocery – from toothpick, to shampoo, to diaper, perfume, soap, detergent – and ensures that the global chain generates savings so that it does not have to restructure and lay off employees – all in a day’s work.

      maybe… AP authors should have a batcave… or a Hall of Justice.. gadzooks 😆

      so, how about you – anong nagawa MO/NYO?

      • waitwat says:

        Wala lahat yan kasi hindi ka naman naka televise at wala kang Philippine flag na brip! Kelangan sumigaw ka araw araw sa buong mundo na Pilipino ka at kelangan isang sikat at kinababaliwan na larangan ang salihan mo.

        ‘Di ba, grace?

  16. PrettyFloyd says:

    I’ve traced this ChinoF, and found his real name and everything about him. I found out that he lives in the Philippines, and has a warrant of arrest for the following criminal case: Estafa, molestation done to a boy, and murder. He is now in LA hiding from authorities.

    • waitwat says:

      Wow….. Way to be pathetic. LOL

      I guess when stinkin’ rat is cornered, he resorts to random scratching and foaming of the mouth.

      Asshole.

    • Ma Xianding says:

      Actually Chino F is in China. His real name is Chino Fang, a Cantonese Chinese who likes to talk loud and eats noodles by slurping them. He also talks loud on the cel phone and laughs out loud like HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Like that.

    • brianitus says:

      According to PrettyFloyd, Chino has superpowers. Kaya siguro gusto ni BongV magtayo ng Batcave or Hall of Justice (dun sa isang comment sa taas). Imagine that. Chino can live in the Philippines and can hide in LA. Two places at the same time ha.

      What’s your superpower, Chino? Is it teleportation or superspeed?

      LOL.

  17. ALNGO says:

    pinoys hate racist comments but pinoys are the biggest racists of them all! they even discriminate their own race… bato bato sa langit, ang tamaan wag magalit…

    we filipino-chinese are called “intsik beho” filiipino indians are called “5-6” but if you look at it closely, pinoys are the majority “beneficiaries” because these intsik beho and 5-6 generate more jobs, gives more loans (lol) to pinoys. instead of being thankful, we get insults, now who is the racist now? what if we call pure pinoys names??? kami pa ang masama at ang magiging demonyo? geez, be more rational, its ok to be nationalistic but put it in perspective… if they say the philippines is a nation of slave, thieves, or whatever, would you react by bashing someone who gives out a comment with some truth in it? puros react ng react, thats the trait of a loser… be proactive, not reactive. puros aral ng 7 habits of successful people pero step one palang bagsak na… mas maganda aral nalang ng wowowee at 7 habits of willie revillame para maging mas bobo

    • waitwat says:

      I call my Fil-Chinese friend ‘beho’ once. I was ignorant of its derogatory meaning. We now call him by name, or ‘bird lover’ (LOL) ’cause he breeds birds to sell.

      I usually call Indian people here in Pinas, ‘bumbay’. Then I thought to myself one day, “Are they from Bombay?”. LOL. I admit I am guilty of some derogatory terms. I also know this isn’t true so I don’t call them those in person. :/ Something is still wrong with that, I know…

  18. ALNGO says:

    waitwat: thanks for being positive, people like you are worthy of being praised, worthy of being respected not because of any ethnicity but worthy of being a human being, mostly people who bash are dog gone losers who have no accomplishments to show but hide behind a rented computer and fire away. i dont mind being called any names because i know who the loser is. lets all be fair and rational. reactions like bashing is a trait of a primitive man. pinoys always say god blessbut bashes his fellowman, wheres the christianity in that?? action speaks louder than words

  19. Jay says:

    I was lucky enough to have hung out with a Pakistani during my college years and met a bunch of Indians. I only go with a first name basis on them. The Pakistani kid was very westernized but we respected his space in the dorm when he would pray since he was Muslim.

  20. Lisa says:

    Your blog has been one of my favorites of all time. … Thanks for writing such a great blog. I always enjoyed reading it,

    • ChinoF says:

      You are a rare breed, Lisa. Thank you for coming over and giving praise. I hope you do spread the word so others can read and benefit from our writings.

  21. Jayvee says:

    I am more offended at how Pinoys can’t take a fucking joke.

  22. ALNGO says:

    lol but they love slapstick nonsense jokes by so called comedians like michael v, ogie, joey de leon, willy revillame and the likes. joey loves to mimick chinese, japanese and other nationalities and do some shitty accents… i dont find it funny, what if a chinese or japanese or indian wear a monkey suit and name it joey de leon?? im sure joey de leon will get his nationalistic supporters rallying behind him for being discriminated lol stupid mentality

    • Jay says:

      The funny thing is jokes are always going to make fun of someone, ANYONE at the expense of another.

      I got back from the Carolla FB and god I have never seen such a high collection of ignorants and hurt butts. Of course I tried my hand at reasoning with them, though came off a bit harsh. Obvious enough when you propose a point of view thats ruffles their feathers, they start being condescending and then started running their jokes at my expense. It was cool though until shit got real, then all of a sudden someone was running their mouth on peasant’s lack of being able to defend themselves.

      The burden of a one track mind with no commitment to responsibility.

  23. usi says:

    AP writers, saludo ako sa inyo! 🙂 Galing ng post at mga sagot sa comment. 😉 Tagalugin nyo kasi para maintindihan nung mga nanggagalaiti sa galit. Hahaha!! :)) Mukhang nahihirapan ang kokote eh…Tsk!

  24. Jules Bourlain says:

    Galeng naman. Ginawa nyo pang pang-thesis sa college yung pang-iinsulto sa mga Pinoy ni Carolla. Binigyan nyo pa ng excuse si Carolla. “OK Adam, you racist fuck, according to this Pinoy site you have no fault in insulting the whole Filipino race. So you’re guilt free from now on, if you could just take us off from your list of people to degrade we’ll greatly appreciate it..” Oo alam ko, some of those die hard eggheads of Manny were cussing as well and giving out racist remarks but to include the whole Philippines in his tirade and comebacks is not what you call bright. Pacquiao is someone that has given the Pinoy something to be proud of, a place in the sun ika nga. If we cannot talk shit to defend him then who will? One thing more, PC or Political Correctness will be the downfall of us all.

    • Jay says:

      Sorry, can’t edit so I made another one. just junk the bad looking one please.

      Galeng naman. Ginawa nyo pang pang-thesis sa college yung pang-iinsulto sa mga Pinoy ni Carolla. Binigyan nyo pa ng excuse si Carolla.

      Well its a fact now. YOU CANNOT exempt pinoys for not being racist but cry when someone throws them racial slurs. You reap what you sow.

      Pacquiao is someone that has given the Pinoy something to be proud of, a place in the sun ika nga

      Oh don’t be an idiot. Manny’s accomplishments as a boxer are HIS AND HIS OWN. He put the hard work, sacrifice with determination to be where he is now. His fans and the people in general HAVE NO HAND in his success, besides recognizing him with such a superficial title as National Boxing Hero and the like. If anything, Pinoys SHOULD be inspired by his attitude, especially from his humble origins. But sadly, that isn’t necessarily the case. They, much like you just associate Manny and Pride and try make it stick together, so it has some meaning.

      If we cannot talk **** to defend him then who will?

      Ikan ni Lourd De Veyra (but using this differently) Sino nga ba itong Adam Carolla na ito a pwede natin patulan? President ba sya ng United States? Mahalaga ba position nya? Media personality nga lang naman sya eh.

      There isn’t any need to defend Manny. Guy is an responsible adult, a successful athlete despite setbacks and he has resources. He’s living comfortably, able to provide for his family and has influence over people. Can’t say much for the rest of the pinoy people who act like Carolla insulted their family and their dead dog and blew it all out of proportion all out of a BAD JOKE that doesn’t sugarcoat some truth in it.

      Besides too much sugar is bad. You’d be surprised at how many Pinoys already have diabetes based on genetics.

      One thing more, PC or Political Correctness will be the downfall of us all.

      Couldn’t agree with you more that. Pinoys sometimes just don’t know the extent of free speech and free press that anything anti-pinoy is completely band and horrible. Plus if the Pinoys are tired of being offended, why don’t they just enact some national censorship law? That is a good way for them to exercise their democracy! SAY NO to anything bad about pinoys! SAY YES to propoganda and misconstrued beliefs about equality!

      • Jules Bourlain says:

        If someone said something awful about your family even in jest and you know it’s not true, normal tendency is you’ll get mad and would want to lash out at that person. Don’t get high and mighty at me and say you’ll pull a Freud on this. Say something bad about Islam or Italian football or African Americans and you’ll find yourself in the dumpster. That’s how people react, it’s natural instinct. A comedian might have said it in a way that some people will just laugh it off but the majority will not. People are really territorial, push me in the wrong direction and you’ll get you pinky cut off. Let’s have some pride in ourselves. Don’t let us be the butt of tasteless jokes.

      • ChinoF says:

        Don’t let us be the butt of tasteless jokes.

        The only way to prevent more tasteless jokes is to not give a reason for anyone to make them. We should do this by fixing our culture and its bad habits.

      • brianitus says:

        Sorry. I couldn’t resist this one:

        “If someone said something awful about your family even in jest and you know it’s not true, normal tendency is you’ll get mad and would want to lash out at that person. ”

        Um, if in jest, then it is a joke. If it’s a joke, then I will laugh and engage that person with jokes of my own.

        I already know that it’s not true, so, why do I even have to react?

        Yes. That lashing out reaction might be normal for a lot of people. However, it is not acceptable behavior. A lesson I teach my kid: Learn to pick your battles. Leave the small potatoes as small potatoes. Just leave the small dilis to be small dilis. You’ll sleep better that way. Less issues, more time for yourself.

        My reason is simple: If you go to war with everyone who “offends” you, you’ll have a lot of enemies in no time. I sincerely hope that more Pinoys will leave that kantoboy mentality where it belongs — at the kanto.

        Jokes, whether good or bad, are like the news. They get old and forgotten. Same thing as this stupid issue about Adam Carolla and the Pinoy fans.

        Cheers!

      • Jules Bourlain says:

        And please don’t call me an idiot, you don’t know me. I didn’t call you one.

      • Jay says:

        And please don’t call me an idiot, you don’t know me. I didn’t call you one.

        I don’t need to know people necessarily to call them on their obvious fallacies. In fact, I said don’t be an idiot, meaning I have yet to label you as one. And besides what strong basis do you have for calling me an idiot? I’d just laugh it off and ask if you were playing it off as a joke.

        If someone said something awful about your family even in jest and you know it’s not true, normal tendency is you’ll get mad and would want to lash out at that person.

        Uh no. Compared to you, I don’t waste my anger on a person who says awful business with my family. Maybe you, because you feel justified to give in needlessly to your anger. Now if they have a problem with me, I can fix that.

        Don’t get high and mighty at me and say you’ll pull a Freud on this. Say something bad about Islam or Italian football or African Americans and you’ll find yourself in the dumpster. That’s how people react, it’s natural instinct.

        Well since you gave a rather generalized example, I can’t imagine pulling anything on this. To say all African Americans will dumpster your ass by throwing the N-word at their face is ludicrous. Plus you’re talking on a mob mentality in general, in which cases the more retards there are in a group, the more likely they are to respond to a highly charged situation in a retarded way. You have to be better than that.

        There is an article in antipinoy about types of jokes and ones pinoys have an easy time misunderstanding, to the point that they forget the concept of what a joke is. But before you give in to your anger with pointless intimidation (don’t resort to the old dog analogy about territory. You’re setting yourself up there), the jokes have some cold hard truth from it. Maybe if we all target the truth instead of being territorial, all of the stuff like this that has happen in the past will just be one big joke for all of us to laugh back on.

        Remember what I wrote about assuming Jules. Just trying to share some words of wisdom.

      • Jules Bourlain says:

        Point well taken dude. I may have a lot of foibles but being insensitive is not one of them. I know when some of your arguments are to be swallowed, bitter pill it maybe. I’m not a fan of this site nor most of your beliefs but to each his own. I will desist but not beaten. I bid you adieu, my good sirs.

    • ChinoF says:

      Actually, we didn’t say Adam has no fault. What we said is, the fault Adam has, Pinoys have more of it.

      Tama din ang point ni Adam kasi, Pacquiao shouldn’t be the only one to give Filipinos a place in the sun. Not unless you count Andrew Cunanan. 😛

  25. Jules Bourlain says:

    Binasa ko ung mga replies nyo and I came to the conclusion na most of you are leaving abroad. Man, from all I’ve read it seems na you’re all ashamed of being Pinoy. All you’ve vomitted were criticisms, paranoia, why the Phils. is this why it’s not that, sa Europe nga eh, sa America nga eh, ung internet sa atin sucks, how backward we are, etc. etc. etc. C’mon people, listen to yourselves. Yes, the Philippines have a lot of things wrong going for her, mainly the people who run the govt. but by God we have positive things rin, marami rin mga kapatid. Why don’t you point those out instead. I’m a Filipino and I’m proud to be one! I don’t know about the rest of you.

    • Jules Bourlain says:

      I’m half French and half Pinoy if you’re wondering why I have a French sounding name but I’d rather be whole Pinoy kasi I love being one.

    • Jay says:

      Word of advice Jules: Careful when ASSUME because you may make an ASS out of yourself. If it mattered to you anyway. I definitely know I’m not ashamed to be Pinoy. And I didn’t even have to see all the wonderful tourism videos just to be convinced. In fact, many who post here ARE still in the country, trying to be pro-active in engaging change.

      The only thing I’m ashamed of are the backwards, accepted mindset of the pinoy society, which hinders their progress to be reasonable people. These are the same people who helped put the people in the government which you and everyone else love to put ALL THE BLAME IN. The same who HOPE for change but won’t be active in its process to do so.

      And I’m ashamed of your attitude of thinking the country is great as it is, when the rest of the countries you’ve mentioned (Europe, America) are not setting for it. The country can be better but only if you have the courage to point out the long standing flaws and issues and address them. From there, you can then attempt to change things for the better. In fact your opinion reeks of the typical pinoy solution to ALL the problems: bahala na yan. PWEDE NA YAN. Nothing ever gets done with a mindset like that.

    • waitwat says:

      We can’t only bring up the positive because it will only blind our people of the mistakes we are doing. Besides, there are positive points and articles here that may inspire some people. You just have to look -very- carefully and an observant.

      Behind all their negative feedbacks, you can see the care they have for our people. If not, why would they bother writing about it? “Bahala na kayo magpakabulok dyan! Masaya ako dito hahahaha!” – something like that.

      For me, if ever Gordon win, I would definitely not leave PH. I would want to see the changes for myself.

      If its not …. well…. tough luck… I’ll still prefer staying here. Because I love this land called Philippines. This is where I was born. No one can change that. I would still like to see it change for the better, from the best seat of the house, IMO.

      ……But I will still not love its people’s dumb traits. 🙂

    • ChinoF says:

      I came to the conclusion na most of you are leaving abroad. Man, from all I’ve read it seems na you’re all ashamed of being Pinoy.

      Dito pa ako kung saan nakikita mula bahay ko yung unfinished tall building na halos tabi ng Quezon City Hall.

      Saka, leaving the country because of shame of being Pinoy, sigurado ka ba? Can read minds? 😉 I’m still proud to be Fiiipino, but as a Filipino who’s not stuck in the same backward thinking as other Filipinos. Guess which Filipinos I’m talking about. 😛

  26. HEY JOE says:

    LMAO filipinos are stupid.

    Anyway, I can’t wait to go back to the pilipines to fucking some tight pinay pussy

    PInays love white men. They loooove my big WHITE cock!

  27. HEY JOE says:

    LMAO you filipinos are so stupid.

    Anyway, I can’t wait to go back to the pilipines to fucking some tight pinay pussy 🙂 PInays love the big white cock!

    • waitwat says:

      Wow…

      *facepalm.jpg*

    • Jay says:

      I hear adam has apologized 3 times now? And most of the people spearheading this are FIL-AMS!?!?

      They are proving to be just as insipid as their balat sibuyas kin back in the homeland. So much resources and so much more access to knowledge yet the BEST they can do is count apologies? This in itself is a running gag in the making.

      • ChinoF says:

        Filipinos have so little to be proud of that the best they could do is gloat after winning an apology for a purported “insult.”

  28. Jules Bourlain says:

    Point well taken dude. I may have a lot of foibles but being insensitive is not one of them. I know when some of your arguments are to be swallowed, bitter pill it maybe. I’m not a fan of this site nor most of your beliefs but to each his own. I will desist but not beaten. I bid you adieu, my good sirs.

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