KOMENTODO: AUGUST 25 (10TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION)

  • (4:00 PM) Jasmine and Denzel ended the news-commentary program after a news recap of today’s headlines.
  • (3:51 PM) Jasmine and Denzel thanked Alexa Reyes for being a guest co-host of Komentodo during the 10th year anniversary of Green FM.
  • (3:49 PM) Alexa Reyes warned Filipinos about the danger of using marijuana as a treatment because of the unstable side effects.
  • (3:47 PM) Jasmine, Denzel and Alexa Reyes discussed the implications of marijuana on terminally ill patients.
Denzel Almanzor reads news on CBCP allows use of marijuana for the terminally ill.
Denzel Almanzor reads news on CBCP allows use of marijuana for the terminally ill.
  • (3:45 PM) Alexa Reyes said that the patient prescribed with marijuana as a treatment should be treated at the hospital for the dose to be regulated.
  • (3:38 PM) “Pumayag man ang CBCP o hindi, nasa Congress pa rin kasi ‘yan kung ipapasa nila or hindi. Kasi hindi lang naman based on moral issues yung wine-weigh nila. Kasi kapag sinabi mong gagawa ka ng batas, meron ‘yang budget.”
  • (3:37 PM) Alexa Reyes said that the Church has a point because there are no studies that prove that marijuana is a cure for any sickness.
  • (3:36 PM) “The Church is very conservative, hindi ‘yan mawawala.
  • (3:25 PM) Denzel discussed that the COMELEC is more flexible for first time voters the past year when they conducted a school-to-school seminar on how to use PCOS machines.
  • (3:24 PM) Jasmine said that she agreed to Alexa’s opinion that the COMELEC should open a voting system that is online-based because it reaches farther places.
  • (3:15 PM) Alexa Reyes said that there were a few people during the 2013 Senatorial Elections whose names weren’t on the registered voters’ list in a baranggay and had asked the COMELEC to look at the COMELEC’s system where their name is. The COMELEC told them that their names were registered to a different district.
  • (3:12 PM) Alexa Reyes said that she covered the 2013 Senatorial Elections.
  • (3:10 PM) Alexa Reyes said that the COMELEC has its faults if Filipinos abroad can only be allowed to vote in a Philippine Embassy because they were not given the opportunity to go to a voting place that is accessible for the voter.
  • (3:06 PM) “Depende rin naman sa situation ng OFW. Kasi hindi naman pwedeng sabihin na, bakit hindi kayo bumoto kasi wala namang ganun.” Jasmine said in regards to OFW’s voters’ rights.
  • (3:05 PM) Alexa Reyes explained why she thought there are pros and cons in the deactivation process of OFW’s rights to vote.
  • (3:03 PM) Jasmine and Denzel discusses the OFW’s rights.
Jasmine Gonzales read the script, preparing her comments.
Jasmine Gonzales read the script, preparing her comments.
  • (2:59 PM) Jasmine and Denzel discusses the 2 coast guard’s experiences during their captivity.
  • (2:56 PM) “Hindi ito uniform sa Constitution,” Alexa Reyes said when asked what she thought of the Bangsamoro Basic Law.
  • (2:54 PM) “Hindi pa rin sagot ang giyera kasi madaming naaapektuhan,” said Alexa Reyes.
  • (2:52 PM) Alexa Reyes discusses why there is a national conflict within our country.
  • (2:50 PM) “Paraan kasi nila ‘yan para makakuha ng resolve. Dahil ‘yun ang way nila na kapag nang-hostage sila, nanghihingi sila ng ransom. Kapag nang ho-hostage sila, naipapakita nila yung ipinaglalaban nila, yung hinihiling nila sa gobyerno o sa Pilipinas,” Alexa Reyes said when asked by Jasmine what she thought of the continuous kidnappings that the Abu Sayyaf does.
Phone patched Alexa Reyes, commented her opinions on the Abu Sayaff kidnapping, OFW's voting system and CBCP on cannabis.
Phone patched Alexa Reyes, commented her opinions on the Abu Sayaff kidnapping, OFW’s voting system and CBCP on cannabis.
  • (2:49 PM) Alexa Reyes says she’s happy that the two coast guards were able to escape without much injuries.
  • (2:49 PM) Jasmine and Denzel welcomes Alexa Reyes as a guest co-host on Komentodo.
  • (2:45 PM) Jasmine and Denzel started discussing this week’s Komentodo headlines.
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