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It’s 1:16am, Christmas Eve and I’m here at Queens Hospital in the ICU (Intensive Care Unit). Not your typical Christmas Eve day. Most people would be at home sleeping, maybe opening a present but I’m here looking out for my dad, praying he’ll be alright. It’s never an easy sight seeing your father in this state: on a hospital bed, connected to tubes/machines, helpless and fighting for his life. I hope it’s just your stubbornness keeping you from cooperating and not anything neuro. But if it is, stop being so stubborn and please cooperate with the nurse trying to make sure there’s no neuro damage that will prevent you from responding. I pray that you will be able to answer your name or move your fingers/foot on command but the last couple tests, you were not. I really do hope that it’s just your stubbornness. You’re strong Dad, the strongest guy I know. You put up with me and Jodie all the time, I know you can make it out of this. You still have a lot to teach me, a lot more scoldings. You still have to see me grad, see me get married, have kids and grow old. Many many more years ahead. So please be alright. Please make it out of this. And please don’t ride a moped no more. If you do, wear a helmet. Please God, pray for my Dad, my family, everyone. Let him be alright.

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lickystickypickyshe:

This happened few days ago (7/22) when the president of the Republic of the Philippines delivered his State of the Nation Address(SONA). Since this is an important event, many of the police force were deployed to secure the location and prevent any demonstration or protest near the vicinity. In this picture Police Officer 1 Sevilla was being harassed by a foreigner by being asked : “Why are you doing this? Why are you hurting us?”, even though he is just standing there.
He simply replied: “I am a policeman, I’m just doing my job.”

PO1 Sevilla tries to hold his tears but  can’t. With no proper rest, no proper meal and a violent protest being dispersed violently and with extreme exhaustion, he still stood his ground.

Some protesters apparently noticed the crying cop and settled down. Some tried to console him as he tried  hard to control his emotions and tears. Some protesters tapped his shoulders and offered him a handkerchief to wipe his tears.

He finally gave in to his urge and started to silently weep as another violent turmoil started in front of him.As another violent clash ensued, he stood his ground despite of some protesters throwing rocks and bottles.

Before he was removed from the front line, some protesters tried to protect him and hugged so that the other protesters wouldn’t harm him. After this incident, some people considered PO1 Sevilla as an example of humility, a seeker of peace and a loyal servant of justice.

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Zoom ajmonte:

… I’m still learning.

ajmonte:

… I’m still learning.

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renkris:

Gordon Ramsay doesn’t care about your gender, race, or creed. All he cares about is that you can cook.

The contestant, Christine, is blind, and he lets her know exactly what he thinks of her dish.

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si-dramatic:

“You’d think the US government had bigger priorities than treating honors students like criminals, yet here we are” 

Watch this.

Wow.

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Zoom When he was asked in recent days how he wanted to be remembered, he said: “I represented the people of Hawaii and this nation honestly and to the best of my ability. I think I did okay.”
Humble guy. “okay” would be an understatement! Senator Dan Inouye, you did choke for us and you did it like a boss. (check out his war stories, pretty badass).
A HUGE loss for Hawaii. Rest easy Senator Daniel Inouye. (September 7, 1924 - December 17, 2012) 
"Aloha" - His last words according to articles.
From everyone from Hawaii and all over.. Aloha and choke mahalos Senator Daniel Inouye.

When he was asked in recent days how he wanted to be remembered, he said: “I represented the people of Hawaii and this nation honestly and to the best of my ability. I think I did okay.”

Humble guy. “okay” would be an understatement! Senator Dan Inouye, you did choke for us and you did it like a boss. (check out his war stories, pretty badass).

A HUGE loss for Hawaii. Rest easy Senator Daniel Inouye. (September 7, 1924 - December 17, 2012) 

"Aloha" - His last words according to articles.

From everyone from Hawaii and all over.. Aloha and choke mahalos Senator Daniel Inouye.

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