Gus Cosio says so

Ideas on the Philippine Stock Market

This is when it stops

I am planning to discontinue this blog because somebody has been posting comments in my name.  I do not want to be misquoted or misrepresented by others as I have my business and reputation to preserve.  There are even people who I think use this space even to subtly insult me.  I just do not want to give you satisfaction.  It is not worth my effort.

I will, nevertheless, continue my investment literacy advocacy through other means such as seminars conducted by my firm and affiliates or other organizations which invite me to speak in their assemblies.  For those who want to continue to follow, you’ll know how to keep in touch.

I will resume my blogging  when I find a secure way of managing it and find the time to do it.  In the meantime, this blog space will exist only for my personal announcements.

For regular followers, I am sorry.  For people who only seek to destroy, you’ve succeeded.  My question is, what now?  Did it make you a better person?

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March 4, 2011 - Posted by | Uncategorized

101 Comments »

  1. Hi Sir Gus. It’s saddening that you would stop your blogging. A lot of people find your views interesting and educational. And at times uplifting during bad trading days. Could you continue blogging and just not allow comments to be posted?

    Comment by John | March 4, 2011 | Reply

    • I agree with John. 🙂 But anyway, thanks Sir Gus for everything. We have learned and earned from your blog. I hope you can find ways to secure this site soon.

      Comment by an | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  2. I’m so sad.Nag uumpisa pa lang ako matuto at mag aral about this investment and its you who opens my mind about this after watching you in GNN channel and started to invest kahit pakonti konti. Can you just create a website na lang na pwede lang maka access is yung mga alam mo yung mga personal data then merong login & password?

    Comment by mich | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  3. Sir Gus, please continue on blogging and if possible, just disable comments. Although, it’ll be a bit one-sided and not as interactive as it could possibly be, it’ll still be better in terms of pushing forward investment literacy! 😀 thanks sir gus!

    Comment by rey | March 4, 2011 | Reply

    • Indeed I agree with this. It would be better than having no blog at all, since we can see that many new investors/veterans are learning through you and your blog. Thank you for all your lessons. More power Sir Gus

      Comment by Foreign Investor | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  4. Sir Gus, why not just turn off the comments? I believe I belong to a silent majority who regularly read your blog but do not feel the need to comment.

    Comment by mike | March 4, 2011 | Reply

    • I will consider this, thank you. I’ll keep you posted on my decision.

      Comment by Gus Cosio | March 4, 2011 | Reply

      • I believe there is an option in WordPress to moderate comments before they are published. Let me know sir if I could be of any help. 😀

        Comment by Sonn | March 4, 2011

      • I kinda agree with mike’s suggestion Sir. 🙂

        Comment by KennyV | March 4, 2011

    • Yes sir, please, just turn of the comments section. a lot of investors are following your blog. Before discovering your blog, I had no idea about investing in the stock market. I started investing very recently, and there are a lot that I have yet to learn about it. I feel that without your guidance, i would be investing blindly. Why close this blog now, when the market is starting to show signs of recovery?

      He who disrupts this blog should be ashamed of himself. But then, Mr. Gus, it is obvious that this is what he wants – that you discontinue the blog. Why give him the satisfaction? Why let just one or two people who have nothing to show for their arrogance put THE Gus Cusio down?

      There are better alternatives. Please, before making any definite decisions, think about your hundreds of followers who rely on your insights. Their welfare should come first, before even wasting a second of your time on 1 or 2 people who have no other intentions but to cause harm.

      Comment by beanstalker | March 4, 2011 | Reply

      • but without the comments section we also lose a source of insight coming from other traders/investors out there. i am more inclined to agree about moderating comments, but maybe sir Gus even has less time to do that unless somebody volunteers to attend to the task full time.

        Comment by marketbeginner | March 4, 2011

  5. I agree with Rey, at least it’s better than nothing. It has become my everday morning habit to read your blog, it’s like drinking a cup of coffee to start my day. It would be sad not to be able to read your blogs anymore.:(

    Comment by tina | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  6. This is really unfortunate. I have personally, and many others, benefited from the words of wisdom that Sir Gus shares with this blog which is really a gem in the investment community here the country. Thanks Sir Gus!

    Comment by Seth | March 4, 2011 | Reply

    • seth,
      my problem is there are at least 4 different IP addresses that have been using my identity and avatar (a photo of myself) and making comments in my name. I do not want this to continue.

      Comment by Gus Cosio | March 4, 2011 | Reply

      • sir, you can actually block those comments and maybe including their IP addresses sir…

        Comment by ricky | March 4, 2011

  7. Facebook is another forum you can post and manage how you want people to comment.

    Comment by walleung | March 4, 2011 | Reply

    • I agree!

      Comment by Seth | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  8. this is a sad day. like others, i start my day with this blog. i agree that maybe for the meantime while your still looking for a good security measure, you can continue to blog & just disable the comments.

    Comment by sdrobob | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  9. Dear Sir Gus:

    Sir good morning. I’m a regular reader and follower of your blog. Your insights are very informative, educational but also inspirational especially during the past market volatility. Thank you and I wish you more success in your future endeavors.

    Julius

    Comment by Julius H. Baltazar | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  10. Sir Gus,

    Do you intend to shut down the blog permanently, why are you telling the poser that he has already succeeded? wouldnt finding a secure way to manage the blog take a very short period of time only?

    Based on my limited IT knowledge wouldnt a registration requirement as a precondition for posting comments help solve the problem? maybe those more knowledgeable can please help out? or would moderation of the site help (like approval by moderator of comments before they are posted)?

    again, i find it incomprehensible that one misguided person will be allowed to ruin your work?

    thanks

    Comment by footballer | March 4, 2011 | Reply

    • This is possible, Sir Gus can have someone responsible and who he knows to approve or disapprove comments before they enter in this blog. Nice suggestion footballer.

      Comment by Foreign Investor | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  11. I agree with walleung. facebook could be the cheapest and most secure way to blog and manage the comments.

    Comment by footballer | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  12. sir Gus I for one am torn between the thought of not reading ur market insights and worrying about the stress a man ur age is having on account of a few who chose to be an ass in this forum, yes they have succeeded… may i just echo the sentiment of the other poster who asked that u just turn off the post comment button and instead place an e-mail address to send u messages and queries…

    as always good health to u sir Gus

    Comment by migs-ron | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  13. sir gus i hope you will be able to find a solution for this. i do take a lot of interest in your blog, and i learn a lot too. i look forward to each of your posts.

    Comment by cliffhanger | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  14. Sir i have an idea, why not u just post regularly on FAMI site instead of this blogsite, i check regularly that site since i have investment on FAMI.

    Comment by Gorvanni | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  15. Sir Gus, I’m a regular reader of your blog and consider it one of the best ones around. I’m sad to see it go. I hope WordPress can improve security for your blog so you will reconsider. Thanks for the insights. I wish you all the best!

    Comment by abitrade | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  16. Sir,

    Pls. continue to post blogs even on the FMIC/FAMI website in a secure way. That way, those who want to follow you and learn from your insights will be encouraged to open an FMIC, FAMI account. =)

    Comment by James | March 4, 2011 | Reply

    • I like this suggestion. At least the serious “students” will be the ones who will benefit from your guidance.

      Thanks a lot sir Gus

      Comment by gabbysev | March 6, 2011 | Reply

  17. initially i though this post was referring to the market — this is when the consolidation stops and upward movement is expected.

    But i was surprised to find out it is about the existence/continuation of this blog…

    Sir gus, I learn a lot from your posts and I think that among the blogs I read, YOURS IS THE BEST AMONG THEM!

    Please try to find a way to solve the problem and decide against putting a stop to your blogging.

    I attended the seminar series last March 2, I was the last person person you talked with in the elevator on your way down… i learn a lot from you and your blog and I’m sure it’s true for a lot of others…closing this blog down would make us lose one important source of wisdom and insights….

    Comment by ricky | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  18. I understand and respect your decision. i know you will not stop in your advocacy to teach financial independence to those who are serious to learn. There are other ways to do it. Just keep us posted.

    Comment by weena | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  19. sir gus,

    it is really difficult to serve the public. yes many are learning but there are few who have no other intention but to destroy your advocacy and sometimes insult you, i can feel how harsh are their comment sometimes. it is really not worth your effort..it is really disappointing.

    sir, for the majority of us who are faithful followers we are the ultimate losers in this situation most specially those who are begginers in the market. i hope you may reconsider your decision and continue your blog advocacy just simply remove the comment section.

    Comment by richard | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  20. How sad..This is the only blog that I am reading now. I don’t like the other(blogs), because they are all hype and fortune tellers. Hope that sir Gus can reconsider its decisions.

    Comment by Claire | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  21. I had a very bad week today: a clients doesn’t pay, an erring partner who doens’nt respect my customer and now, my favorite guru is shutting his blog….hayzz ang buhay nga naman, mas maraming down kesa up, parang stock market.

    Comment by Alssy | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  22. I thought Sir Gus was talking about the PSEI being bearish and this is when it stops being bearish…
    all the best sir Gus… good luck on your final decision and God bless

    Comment by RmR | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  23. (Gen. 18:20) “Wilt thou indeed destroy the righteous with the wicked? . . . Suppose ten are found there?” God said, “For the sake of ten I will not destroy it.”

    This is a petition to save Sir Gus’ blog. Maybe we could save this blog if those of us who are benefiting from him will speak up.

    Anyone who wants to join this petition, please reply to this thread and write your name:
    1. Jun

    Comment by Jun | March 4, 2011 | Reply

    • 2. Chris munti

      Comment by chris munti | March 4, 2011 | Reply

    • 3. Garry

      Comment by Garry DC | March 4, 2011 | Reply

    • 4. joppy gwapo

      Comment by joppy gwapo | March 4, 2011 | Reply

    • 5)mike 🙂

      Comment by mike wallace | March 4, 2011 | Reply

      • 6) Count me in, pati na ang aming buong barangay.

        Comment by beanstalker | March 4, 2011

    • 6. Ricky

      Comment by ricky | March 4, 2011 | Reply

    • 6. Jay

      Comment by jaylagare | March 4, 2011 | Reply

    • dami 6 ah… so dat makes me

      9. blooddeewings

      Comment by blooddeewings | March 4, 2011 | Reply

      • And then we have TEN!

        1. jun
        2. Chris Munti
        3. Garry
        4. Joppy Gwapo
        5. Mike
        6. Ricky
        7. Jay
        8. beanstalker
        9. blodeewings
        10. Sonn

        Comment by Sonn | March 4, 2011

    • 11. Alijeffty

      Comment by Alijeffty C. Gonzales | March 4, 2011 | Reply

    • 11. Jerome Peralta. You have developed a good community thru this Blog Sir.

      Comment by Jerome Peralta | March 4, 2011 | Reply

    • 14. Cliffhanger

      I skipped #13 because it is associated with bad luck.

      Comment by cliffhanger | March 4, 2011 | Reply

      • again, i did not make this comment. though i do support gus.

        its just getting weird why this psycho is doing this.

        Comment by cliffhanger | March 5, 2011

    • Benson Lim

      Comment by Benson Lim AXA Life | March 4, 2011 | Reply

    • 16. Christopher Monterola 🙂

      Comment by Chris M. | March 4, 2011 | Reply

    • 15. Ralph

      Comment by Ralph | March 5, 2011 | Reply

    • Mabuhay ang Punong Bantay!

      Comment by Nik | March 5, 2011 | Reply

      • 1. jun
        2. Chris Munti
        3. Garry
        4. Joppy Gwapo
        5. Mike
        6. Ricky
        7. Jay
        8. beanstalker
        9. blodeewings
        10. Sonn
        11. Alijeffty
        12. Jerome Peralta
        14. Cliffhanger
        15. Benson Lim
        16. Christopher Monterola
        17. Ralph
        18. al

        Comment by al | March 5, 2011

  24. Sir Gus please don’t stop this advocacy, since I started last year I do always read your blog and honestly, I learned a lot from this wonderful blog. If only I have the knowledge in making website, I will voluntarily make one for you.

    May the good Lord be with you always

    Comment by al | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  25. To the person responsible for destruction of this blog – I wish you and your loved ones all the bad luck and every painful CANCER of the body and the spirit! May you die alone and miserable for having destroyed something beneficial to a lot of people.

    Comment by Lux | March 4, 2011 | Reply

    • Hello Lux, you dont need to say those words. God will take care of him/her

      Comment by Foreign Investor | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  26. Sir Gus, I was out the whole day and just got home. The first thing I did was get to your blog but was sad to have read that you’re discontinuing your very informative blog.

    Reading your insights has been a habit. It has actually helped me be cautious of my investments and be more objective with it. this is the only financial blog I read with conviction and believe that your advocacy of helping everyone advance has at least paid off with me.

    Sir Gus, I hope your blog will continue. But if it has to end, let me thank you for the opportunity and priceless knowledge you’ve imparted. I didn’t only made money but it has helped as a person. I have been more logical and objective with every move I made. I will not get tired getting back to this site and will be very happy to see you write again. Thanks so much.

    Comment by Shan | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  27. Sir Gus, I’m willing to help. Just tell how.

    Comment by deuts | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  28. I have started reading your blog when I invested in FAMI. Your views were like glowings lights guiding me through the intricacies on investing. I am afraid that without your guidance I may have difficulty finding the right way. Please count me among those who want continuous information from you whenever and however it is done! Thank you

    Comment by Miguel | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  29. SIR Gus,

    Kaya mo yan wag ka bibitiw mas marami kang kakampi kesa mga distractors dito.. THere are better ways than stopping.

    We love you sir Gus..

    Comment by ronaldo | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  30. Sir Gus,

    If you indeed plan to discontinue this blog, do you have a facebook account?

    Would love to continue reading your thoughts about the market. Im working abroad but been investing in the Philippines and your blog has shared a lot of good inputs. Also the comments from a lot of readers makes this Blog more interesting.

    I hope this blog continues on. And to those who started all this damage. Make your own image, create your own wordpress accounts!

    All the best Sir Gus!

    Comment by Ken | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  31. Master Gus: Why give up something you achieved ! As i said earlier and in gratitude to what you are doing, i or we, are all here, to help protect your blog ! Just let us know what we can do to help and i am sure all of us will be at your side. roberth

    Comment by roberth | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  32. it’s really sad that this blog will cease..we learn many things from here..

    Comment by Leonito sabandal | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  33. Sir Gus,
    It’s very sad and unfortunate that you are planning to discontinue this blog. I am silent follower of this blog even before I invested in stock market. Your words of wisdom are superb and exceptional. I find this blog addictive. I hope you would still continue this remarkable blog even without comments section if ever unfit comments can not be filtered out.

    Comment by jong | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  34. it would be a sad day when sir gus stops. many would lose a light to navigate the dark of the market.

    i don’t want the blog to be stopped, but i realize the trouble that sir gus have.

    maybe the people who can help sir gus meet with him, so sir gus will see how it is possible to overcome the trouble brought on by this person/s.

    will surely miss sir gus blog as well as the contribution of well meaning readers.
    Sir Gus, many many thanks, your blog is the best out there. No one, no blog or forum comes even close, in quality and most importantly integrity.

    am sure we’ll survive the market but without sir gus, there would be a big difference.battle scars would be more common and steps would be less certain.

    am glad though that I found your blog early on when you started it and have religiously followed and digested your thoughts, have also benefited from some of the readers who were well-meaning with their honest questions and/or opinions.

    thanks a lot for sharing your time and thoughts, sir gus. Same goes to my fellow readers.

    may this blog reincarnate into a more secure one, free from nuisance.

    we’ll see you then.

    good luck to us all.

    Comment by jovy | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  35. Sir Gus, I was actually planning on approaching you last Wed, Mar2 to talk to you about it. Hope you will reconsider Sir Gus. I’m very muc willing to help. This is my no.1 source of stocks info.

    Comment by Garry DC | March 4, 2011 | Reply

  36. hello gus,

    Please don’t stop the blog. Otherwise we will die a slow and painful stock market death. Personally I wouldn’t be aware of the different companies we have if its not for you.

    At least just turn-off the comments then continue blogging.

    Its ok not to have any comments. Readers here arent really reading to see ‘jaspers’ comments or ‘cliffhangers’ comments. We are here to see your thoughts. And as long as we have that.. I would be fine. super. good.

    So please reconsider.

    Sincerely

    Comment by jasper | March 5, 2011 | Reply

  37. Gus,
    You did great job for us! Please don’t leave us. I’ve learned/earned a lot last year because of your blog. Remember those PNB days?

    To the loser(s)- get a life!

    Comment by Sam | March 5, 2011 | Reply

  38. I THINK U HAVE READ ENOUGH SIR GUS,I DON’T THINK U HAVE ANY OTHER OPTIONS BUT TO CONTINUE UR PUBLIC SERVICE, ESPECIALLY TO US(YOUTH GENERATION)

    Comment by Gorvanni | March 5, 2011 | Reply

  39. Oh no!
    Not at this point!

    Comment by Nik | March 5, 2011 | Reply

  40. Unfortunately wordpress.com is quite known for being poorly coded and easy to hack. This comments box alone that I’m typing on is not even secured and I can put a hacking script and wordpress would process it. I suggest a different blogging site?

    Comment by Mars | March 5, 2011 | Reply

    • Really? Have you tried that already?

      Comment by deuts | March 5, 2011 | Reply

  41. Looking back, Things started to get bad in this site when an “investor” questioned the guru about his “accountability”.

    Comment by Johann | March 5, 2011 | Reply

    • actually i thought that was handled very well. there was very little emotion involved and it never devolved to the point of a pissing-contest, very admirable and civil for both sides.

      Comment by ed | March 5, 2011 | Reply

  42. Sir Gus,

    I am one of your follower in this blog for just a month now. I hope that you will continue this blog. I know how you feel but there are a lot of filipino investors like me who really wanted to be more educated about stock market.

    More power Sir Gus.

    Comment by lito | March 5, 2011 | Reply

  43. Sir Gus. Ending your blog is a Great Loss for me as well. I will be out in the dark for financial direction. Your thoughts are a major input for me as a financial advisor as I manage the funds of my clients for college and retirement needs. I consider your thoughts heavily in my personal trading in first metro stock brokerage. I also have my FAMI save and learn balanced fund. All these are investments and need some mentor as Great as You. Hope you can come up with quick fix on this noble endeavor of yours which are helping the youth especially in financial literacy and contribute to the growth of our equity market/Philippine stock exchange… My prayers to Sir Gus…..

    Comment by Benson Lim AXA Life | March 5, 2011 | Reply

  44. Sir Gus,
    Please do continue your blog, though only we readers benefit from this endeavor of yours, you have guided and taught us so much…
    we need your insights and guides. Please…?

    Comment by skywalker | March 5, 2011 | Reply

  45. i’m horny. horny, horny, horny!!!!

    Comment by cliffhanger | March 5, 2011 | Reply

  46. so horny. horny, horny, horny!

    Comment by cliffhanger | March 5, 2011 | Reply

    • whoever posted comments 45 and 46, obviously you are one of those posers who do nothing but make confusions and disruptions on this sight.

      may you find peace in your heart and mind and realize that what you are doing is not good and only reflects what kind of a person you are. May you find the right path.

      there you go sir gus, one IP address to block.

      Comment by ricky | March 6, 2011 | Reply

  47. You’re full of shit cliffhanger…we will find you and when we do, dont be surprised…you do not know what we are capable of…

    Comment by mark anthony | March 5, 2011 | Reply

    • take note though, that we are not sure if it was really cliffhanger who posted those comments.

      Comment by ricky | March 6, 2011 | Reply

      • hi this is the real cliffhanger.. i assure you that i did not make those comments. i will prove it by clearing it up on my blog.

        as for the psycho/poser, i do hope someday you will grow up and realize that something is wrong with your behavior. please do consider using your time on being more productive and appreciate what really matters in life, may it be your friends family or your loved ones. everyone deserves a chance to have a fresh start. but you have to decide to take that chance.

        Comment by cliffhanger | March 6, 2011

  48. May i ask?, what if i buy a shares of AP, before mar. 14, 2011(ofcourse i’m intitled of cash dividend) and then plan to sell the stock by mar. 20, 2011?, will AP still pay me some cash dividend?

    Comment by Gorvanni | March 6, 2011 | Reply

    • as long as you have AP shares a day before the ex-date, you will receive dividends…

      Comment by ricky | March 6, 2011 | Reply

    • You can also sell your shares on the ex-date and you will still received the dividends.

      Comment by Ralph | March 6, 2011 | Reply

  49. just would like to add to my suggestion above. maybe those who have the knowledge and ability to deal with this meet up (over lunch maybe) with sir gus as a group and discus concrete strategies to protect this blog (or a new one maybe).

    also, maybe a group could be in charge of tracking this person/s, maybe calling the attention of ISP or other things. Just to let this person/s know he is biting more than he could chew.

    am resigned to the fact already that this blog is over at least at its present form.its not anymore about resuming this blog but going down without a fight and letting bad deeds & intentions triumph.

    Sir Gus could you please at least make your thoughts available in PDF format thru firstmetrosec, similar to what they provide as company reports.

    thanks again sir gus for everything.

    Comment by jovy | March 6, 2011 | Reply

  50. Thnks ricky!

    Comment by Gorvanni | March 6, 2011 | Reply

  51. Hey Bossing,
    From what I read today, the attack on Worldpress is widespread. Not only on your blog but on the whole worldpress. You could just be an incidental victim of an attack directed at the whole site and not to a particular subscriber. The pattern is similar, using you identity to direct to another website.

    So after all, it’s a technical problem

    Comment by Nikmatik | March 7, 2011 | Reply

  52. Sir Gus,

    I pray that you will find a solution to this problem. I am sure there will be security measures available out there that you can avail of. I find it very sad to see this blog go. You are my mentor and will always be. Simon

    Comment by Simon | March 7, 2011 | Reply

  53. Dear Readers,

    I am truly moved by the regrets and lamentations about my plan to discontinue this WordPress blog. I surmise that my reaction to the hacking-related disruptions was rather too haste and emotional. After several days of reflection, I have realized that there is no reason at all to stop my advocacy. With the help of your persistent demand, I therefore recant my earlier decision; this blog will move on despite the littering. I have faith in the good intentions of most readers and will use that faith as guide to discerning which comments and remarks are noteworthy and deserving of attention.

    Thank you all for your support and I deeply apologize for raising the level of anxiety among those who closely follow my blog.

    Comment by Gus Cosio | March 7, 2011 | Reply

    • yey! yahoo! yipee!

      Comment by an | March 7, 2011 | Reply

    • Thank you very much sir Gus!
      GodBless!

      Comment by Abangers | March 7, 2011 | Reply

    • Sorry for the double post. But Im jst so happy right now:

      The good side prevails! I am very very happy with continuing the blog. At least something good will continue in my journey to learn. Thanks for changing mind. You do not know how much happy your readers and followers will be.

      Comment by Alssy | March 7, 2011 | Reply

    • Hi sir gus,

      I believe your decision to continue truly shows your maturity and wisdom. Like you most of us here are smart to figure out who is and is not the real Mr. Gus. Just trust us and this blog, even with the littering, will still do more benefit to a lot of investors and traders out there, especially beginners. Thank you sir gus and more power.

      Comment by marketbeginner | March 7, 2011 | Reply

  54. Thanks a lot Sir Gus for the change of mind.

    Although, would suggest you put your comment addressed to readers as a blog entry. Because of the previous attacks, people might be in doubt if its really you commenting.

    It sounds a lot like you sir gus, but would help it is in the blog than in the comment section.

    Good day, sir

    Comment by jovy | March 7, 2011 | Reply

  55. Thank you very Sir Gus.

    Comment by lito | March 7, 2011 | Reply

  56. The good side prevails! I am very very happy with continuing the blog. At least something good will continue in my journey to learn. Thanks for changing mind. You do not know how much happy your readers and followers will be.

    Comment by Alssy | March 7, 2011 | Reply

  57. i am saddened by sir gus decision but i will respect you. you are a figure in the business community and your reputation is of utmost importance. however, i don’t think that we will let the culprit won and destroy what you have started. young investors needs information, they need literacy and education. if i am free to say, don’t let the culprit win by stopping your advocacy, i like the BDO slogan “We find ways”. Sir: we can find ways…..

    Comment by jerry | March 7, 2011 | Reply

  58. Yahooooooooooooo…SIR gus is BACKKKKKK!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Comment by jerry | March 7, 2011 | Reply

  59. More power sir gus, just like you to know how helpful your blog is to us.

    Comment by wahzai | March 7, 2011 | Reply


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