April 1, 2016
April 1, 2016
SILICON VALLEY, California (The Adobo Chronicles, San Francisco Bureau) – This is no April Fools’ joke. Effective immediately, The Adobo Chronicles will have a new look!
As it reaches its third anniversary, attracting close to 22 Million viewers worldwide, the Chronicles, known for its up-to-date news stories based — mostly — on facts, will now let its followers and readers discern which part of its posts is fact and which is fiction.
All statements and paragraphs that are based on fact — historical and current events — will be written in italics. The rest will remain in regular font, to represent fiction.
The publishers hope that with this new format, viewers will continue to enjoy and be entertained by our stories, while enabling netizens to weigh in and debate on current events happening around the globe.
Here’s to many more years of Adobo!
P.S. We forgot to type this entire story in italics. We apologize for our error.
Another P.S. The Adobo Chronicles is a registered trademark with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office | Registration # 4711386. And THAT is a fact!
MIAMI, Florida (The Adobo Chronicles) – The 2016 U.S. presidential elections is turning out to be another Bush vs. Clinton contest.
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, the son and brother of two former presidents, has declared his candidacy to seek the Republican nomination for president.
It was an announcement that most people saw coming.
But what political analysts as well as Democratic campaign strategists are raving about is the campaign strategy that the younger Bush has chosen in order to clinch the nomination.
His campaign theme is: “Beating Around the Bush.”
The strategy would involve ducking all media questions involving his stand on issues important to the American voters, issues where his stand had previously been made crystal clear, including:
It will be a presidential campaign season that will frustrate many in the media. What would normally be a busy news season would be a slow news day, every day, because Bush will not be responding to any media questions.
If Bush wins the Republican nomination, there might not even be a presidential debate.
With Bush (or whoever among the declared Republican presidential candidates clinches the nomination), who needs a debate?