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Laong nila an taga Tago kuno para-away pero hanugay. Mamingawuni naman ganahani mandahap-dahap nan notisya. Naman ini na pabyon inhimo para kita na mga Tagon-on magkasinusihay, magka-binayluay nan mga gilaong, nan notisya, nan kaayuhan.
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Unread postPosted: Sat Feb 14, 2009 7:24 pm 
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Tago’s urban legend includes Yamashita burying part of his treasures in selected spots in Tago. And so when a few Japanese recently surveyed Tago like vultures looking for carcasses after a great flood, Tagon-on tongues began wagging again.

The last time the same tongues wagged was in the early 90s when two Japanese firms rose and bade sayonara faster than the owners could say arigato....


(to read the full article, click the link: http://kspy65.blogspot.com/)

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Frankie Laurente met the Japanese in Butuan in 2007 when he was still the regional driver of Quedancor. That morning outside their office, he was telling the guard about Tago and Berto Morales, a Tagon-on who got famous after hitting the jackpot when the payloader he was driving as employee of the National Irrigation Administration in the 80s bumped into what was considered the greatest gold cache ever found this side of Asia.

“Excuse me, did you say Tago?”


(to read Frankie's Story, click the link: http://kspy65.blogspot.com/)

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k-spy, i can't wait any longer. hahaha


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pats,

good to hear from you again. pray that what happened to LOOKING AT THE STARS won't happen to FRANKIE'S STORY. :-D stay tuned, pats, stay tuned.

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k-spy, yes i will as always. The story is vastly entertaining. If you are not hooked, you're one dead mackerel. hehehe


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k-spy, yes i will as always. The story is vastly entertaining. If you are not hooked, you're one dead mackerel. hehehe


pats,

puyde banak dakan taraw? obin latab? :-D

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K-spy,

Aduuuuy! uno na isab taraw yaon kan Frankie????

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k-spy,
lami-i paksoyon wid matsing bahaw na kan-on.

mana toyang,
atangi an storya kay an prediksyon ad-on kuno sa tungod nan iyo hauz an yamashita treasure. :-$


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mana toyang,

atangi an storya kay an prediksyon ad-on kuno sa tungod nan iyo hauz an yamashita treasure. :-$


pats,

hibawo ako ga komedya dakaw, pero abihay mo, korekek kaw. base sa mapa nan hapon (ooppss...), kadaghanan nan mga caudal ni yamashita yaon ma tisuk sa mga paghuya nan kaliwat ni sebyo basa. na kay kaliwat sa si toyang ni sebyo basa, malay nato yaoy mga tibud sa bungsuwan nila sa unidos.:-D

yang, hala na. dalikakas na dayon pag uli haw pagkabut ngadto dapit sa iyo, hangtud sa lateral.

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pats,

remember the late ROGELIO LAURENTE, most popularly known as KOSAKA? kaliwat yadto ni sebyo basa. and you guessed it right: KOSAKA was a "suspected" Japanese.

the mystery deepens......

stay tuned, pats, stay tuned. :-D

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kampanaryo_spy wrote:
pats,

remember the late ROGELIO LAURENTE, most popularly known as KOSAKA? kaliwat yadto ni sebyo basa. and you guessed it right: KOSAKA was a "suspected" Japanese.

the mystery deepens......

stay tuned, pats, stay tuned. :-D


k-spy,
Full of thrill that turns to keep my head spinning....


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k-spy,

Full of thrill that turns to keep my head spinning....


aduy pats pareho baya kita. gatuyok (turumpo?) isab inin u ko nan abay pensar nan sakto na ininglis para malatid an sugilanon.

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Whoooooy wara ngad-on sa unidos adto kay sa Awasan! hehehe

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It was raining lightly when the Japanese picked up Frankie that Friday afternoon at the Quedancor office in Butuan City. The power window on the passenger side of the red Nissan vanette went down and revealed a man with a scar. He alit and smiled at Frankie and motioned for him to join them. He opened the door for him.

A thin man, about 30, sat on the driver’s seat. At the back, the two Japanese that Frankie met days before, stopped talking when they saw him. Right away he noticed that the man in the middle, wearing a lime green shirt, was holding a plastic tube the size of a big Youngstown can, with its tip almost touching the small face of the other man in an orange shirt.


(to read the full article, click the link:
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kampanaryo_spy wrote:
It was raining lightly when the Japanese picked up Frankie that Friday afternoon at the Quedancor office in Butuan City. The power window on the passenger side of the red Nissan vanette went down and revealed a man with a scar. He alit and smiled at Frankie and motioned for him to join them. He opened the door for him.

A thin man, about 30, sat on the driver’s seat. At the back, the two Japanese that Frankie met days before, stopped talking when they saw him. Right away he noticed that the man in the middle, wearing a lime green shirt, was holding a plastic tube the size of a big Youngstown can, with its tip almost touching the small face of the other man in an orange shirt.


(to read the full article, click the link:
http://kspy65.blogspot.com/)


hi k-spy,
Your descriptions are breathtaking and crystal clear. Bitini ako. When is the next issue? Frankie's story is gripping.


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