Category Archives: Social Media

Thousands Hospitalized After News Of Brangelina Divorce Broke

imageHOLLYWOOD, California (The Adobo Chronicles, Los Angeles Bureau) – Hospitals all over the world are reporting that thousands of people have been hospitalized after news broke that their favorite Hollywood coupoe, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have announced they have filed for divorce.

From North America and Africa to Europe and Asia, hospital emergency rooms have been overwhelmed with patients suffering from depression, hypertension, and panic attack disorder all traced to mental and emotional shock caused by the news.

Because this development has reached pandemic proportions, the World Health Organization officially gave it the name Brangelina Syndrome.

Individuals suffering from the above-mentioned symptoms are advised to seek medical help immediately.




imageMANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – Blogger and self-confessed journalist Raissa Robles claims to have the perfect answer to the mystery involving drug dealing inside the New Bilibid Prison (NBP), or national penitentiary of the Philippines.

Robles’ suggestion came just after Day One of the House of Representatives’ hearing on the proliferation of the drug trade inside the NBP where witness after witness testified that drug lord inmates have been engaged in illegal activity duiring the tenure of then Secretary of Justice Leila De Lima.

Robles took to her Twitter account to suggest that “if someone like Dayan goes in and out of maximum security prison to collect money, shouldn’t his name come out in visitor logs?” (Dayan is the alleged lover and driver of De Lima.)

Shame on the  Department of Justice, Congress and investigators for not thinking about this brilliant theory in the first place!





Dialing Senator De Lima’s Cell Phone Number: All Circuits Are Busy

Prison Inmate Colangco testifying before Congress

MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – While Senator Leila De Lima was delivering her privilege speech attacking Senators Alan Peter Cayetano and Manny Pacquiao, and President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, her cell phone registered thousands of incoming calls.  Her phone was, of course, on silent mode.

The calls came in soon after National Bilibid Prison inmate Herbert Colangco testified at today’s Congressional hearing on drug business proliferation at the national penitentiary that he had spoken by phone to De Lima, revealing the cell phone number he dialed to do so.

Colangco and other witnesses testified that De Lima, then the Secretry of Justice, benefited from drug deals inside the prison.

The incoming calls included several from Deputy House Speaker Gwen Garcia who tried to call De Lima’s supposed cell phone number to verify the truth and accuracy of Colangco’s testimony.  To Garcia’s surprise, the number she dialed corresponded with a saved cell phone number she had on her phone’s address book which belonged to De Lima.

Others who tried to call De Lima’s cell phone number merely got a recorrded message saying, “All circuits are busy.  Please try your call later.”

The cell phone number is 0917-842-19**