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RANTSRemotely Accessible Note Taking System
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Slated to be in the cinemas from today, 'Rant Queens' is catching in on the advent and spread of the usage of social media to advance different causes.
The recall comes in the wake of a rant that Tulfo made on his show on state-run Radyo Pilipinas against Social Welfare Rolando Bautista for not agreeing to an on-air interview.
Pet Peeve Rant is a game you can play with friends and family to explore what it feels like to be self-aware.
OBSERVERS, including some professional pundits, have overanalyzed President Duterte's "your God is stupid" rant.
The President's rants against the Church and its leaders and the attacks on priests 'constituted another war' by the Duterte administration.
WRESTLING legend Hulk Hogan has been recorded carrying out a foul-mouthed racist rant.
JIMMY Bullard's rant at Jake Quickenden has cost him his position as favourite to win I'm a Celebrity.
The programme also includes flash fiction, writing competitions, poetry, new work from local writers, and readings and "rants" on international issues and local art and culture.
I am replying to an anonymous person "RAH" regarding "An endless rant" (GDN, May 10).
A female passenger in the bus, Heidi, who filmed the latter part of the rant on Easter Sunday, posted the video online, reports the Sydney Morning Herald.
DAVID Ratliff is right to express concerns about Dave Anderson's regular rants in The Journal (Views of the North, March 17), more often than not in a column than in the letters page.
ANDERS BREIVIK is an extensive blogger whose online rants about politics expose him as a Nazi sympathiser.