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Sumabog ang naiwang bote ng alcohol sa loob ng kotse sa Cainta, Rizal

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A bottle of alcohol left inside a car exploded in a warehouse in Cainta, Rizal this Sunday.

Online seller Joyce Ann Canlas told ABS-CBN News that her boyfriend left alcohol in the car in the passenger seat. It turned out that there was no shade in the area where the vehicle was parked.

The windshield was shattered and its seat and roof were also damaged.

The Food and Drug Administration of the Philippines has warned to heed the warnings on the condition of alcohol bottles.


According to them, the precautions in alcohol bottles usually state that it should be placed in an area with a temperature not exceeding 30 degrees Celsius.

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LOOK: Celebrate your wins, no matter how big or small

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An aspiring Vlogger in Negros Occidental posted a photo to celebrate having two subscribers on YouTube Monday afternoon.

“Happy 2 subscribers. Subscribe to my channel (bit.ly/3nKgRXR),” Mary Grace Escober writes on a Facebook post.
She even prepared a cupcake with matchsticks that serve as candles and an icing caption which says “2 subs.”
Her post went viral and after eight hours, her channel suddenly gained more than 120,000 subscribers and still running.

Her Facebook post celebrating her first two subscribers, meanwhile, also garnered over 140,000 of mostly heart reactions.

Even actress Kiray Celis noticed her post and encouraged her followers to subscribe on Escober’s YouTube channel.


“Hindi ko siya kilala. Pero suportahan natin yung pangarap ng batang ‘to. Malayo mararating mo baby girl basta maging humble ka lang palagi at magpapakabait sa magulang mo. Subscribe tayo sa kaya! 😍😍😍” Celis says.


Escober says she was surprised after seeing thousands of netizens subscribing to her page in just a matter of hours.
“Sobrang happy ko po hindi ko naman po ito inaasahan. Thankful po ako sa lahat ng nag-subscribe sa akin at syempre kay God po dahil sa kanya ang lahat ng ito. Thank you po,”


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#OpportunityForAll shouts by the online community, applauding a company that provides an opportunity for deaf people

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“We want more of this!!!” roared by the online community after learning a commendable fact that there are still working companies that give equal opportunity to both normal and deaf people.
On October 3, 2018, the Philippine Star’s Facebook page uploaded photos of a food and beverage company that was advocating all-in job opportunities to deaf people. The said photos were originally from Rey-an Moreno, a Facebook netizen, who applauded to this noteworthy promotion of the company.
Even though it had been a couple of years ago, netizens were quick and flexible to smash share and react buttons, making the post-go-rounds on social media. The online community seemed moved as they read the caption, written by netizen Moreno, attached to the photos: “Guys, let’s support companies that hire deaf people as their employees so more companies will hire them. You’ll see an ID that says ‘hello I’m (name). I’m deaf.”
Netizens found themselves supporting the same advocacy as they left their messages in the comment section of the said post:
“Big salute for those company hired deaf. Thank you. Hope more companies will accept because they will inspire also to help these people.”
“I really salute those company that hire deaf persons.”
“Everyone should be given a chance.”

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