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Saturday, October 01, 2011

DAM-DAM-IN

Dear insansapinas,
photocredit: Nick Galino
I just talked with a friend whose  ancestral house was inundated with water not much because of the typhoon but more of the release of the water from the dams. It is a two-storey house located in Pampanga where flood is unheard of. He just had fixed it recently for the memory of his parents.  I lived in Pampanga in my tweens  and I never experienced flooding too. 


Why they thought it was more of the dams? Here's why. 



Marilao, Bulacan—Residents of the coastal towns of Bulacan and Pampanga provinces on Friday continued to call for rescue teams as floodwaters rose higher despite the sunny weather.
 Nasaan ang mga dam-dam-in ng mga taong ito sa mga biktima ng baha. Dapat bang narelease ang tubig noon pa in anticipation of the typhoon? 


Tatanungin daw ng palacio ang pag-asa. 

http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/68243/palace-wants-pagasa-to-explain-release-of-waters




Malaca√Īang on Friday said the government would ask the Pagasa weather bureau to explain the releases of water from dams that caused widespread flooding in Central Luzon.President Benigno Aquino III’s spokesperson Edwin Lacierda named Science and Technology Undersecretary Graciano Yumul, who supervises Pagasa, as one of those who would be asked to explain the flooding.
Ano kaya ang explanation? Na ang Pilipinas ay lumubog ng ilang sentimetro ng nakaraang sampung taon? Na ang ocean bed ay tumaas? Dahil sa global warming?  

Sabi nga ni Rico Puno:
Kahit ako'y 'di mo ngayon pinapansin
Nakatanaw man sa iba ang paningin
Kailan ma'y huwag akalain na aking daramdamin
Ang pag-ibig ko ay nililihim ko rin 


Ahek. Damdamin song pala yon.
Pinaysaamerika

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