Piece of Cake

 

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THIS week is my last column in New York.

 

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BARRING any unexpected emergencies, this week is my penultimate column before I embark and relocate to Metro Manila for my retirement and/or continuation of my advertising for the Filipino Reporter, or may be joining the remnants of my classmates at San Beda Law School in a law office.

 

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I have to change the subject of my column this week after I checked my incoming e-mails from my readers who are requesting updates on my various columns.

 

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JOE P., an associate in the Makati office many years ago, claimed to suffer a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.

 

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I have waited for two decades to resurrect a grave injustice for depriving the Filipino-Americans in the tri-state area and the staffs of the Consulate General in New York and the Philippine Mission of priceless paintings by renowned painter, Arturo Luz, Lee Aguinaldo and August Arbor.

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