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« Reply #25 on: September 24, 2013, 01:15:16 PM »
Dapat tingnan na rin yung mga published works niya.  Baka na-Sotto lang mga yun.

agree. malamang plagiarized din mga papel na sinulat ng mokong na ito. kaya natatawa ako kapag sinasabi na dapat bigyan sya ng 2nd chance...eh nakakailang ulit na nga syang nagnakaw ng litrato, 2nd chance pa rin?

@ gandy...nice links. hindi kaya ito ninakawan nya sa isa nyang paper: http://dspace.cigilibrary.org/jspui/bitstream/123456789/21576/1/Breaking%20through%20the%20glass%20ceiling%20Women%20in%20management.pdf?1
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« Reply #26 on: September 24, 2013, 01:53:02 PM »
agree. malamang plagiarized din mga papel na sinulat ng mokong na ito. kaya natatawa ako kapag sinasabi na dapat bigyan sya ng 2nd chance...eh nakakailang ulit na nga syang nagnakaw ng litrato, 2nd chance pa rin?

@ gandy...nice links. hindi kaya ito ninakawan nya sa isa nyang paper: http://dspace.cigilibrary.org/jspui/bitstream/123456789/21576/1/Breaking%20through%20the%20glass%20ceiling%20Women%20in%20management.pdf?1

Hahahah huli ka balbon! hahaha

malamang nagplagiarize din siya ng mga papers niya..sigurado ako..sa mga ganyang serial liars..halatang daily job..

para siyang si Leonardo di caprio sa "Catch me if you can" story of Frank Abagnale Jr..

I hope to see UP dig deeper sa plagiarism niya and see him stripped off his degrees..

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« Reply #27 on: September 24, 2013, 05:40:33 PM »
Ang lakas ng loob eh no? Sarap kutusan hanggang umiyak? Member daw ng ano? "Voices against corruption"? Eh siya nga mismo di marunong lumaban ng patas.. Hahhaha
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« Reply #28 on: September 24, 2013, 07:35:27 PM »
sarap pahiran ng cocojam sa katawan at ipalapa sa mga langgam...
ang lagay eh kung di pa sya mabubuko eh hindi sya titigil... bwiset!

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« Reply #29 on: September 24, 2013, 11:40:36 PM »
t=96  :idea:
Those who did not learn from history are meant to repeat it...


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« Reply #30 on: September 25, 2013, 12:26:49 AM »
t=96  :idea:

Parang naghahanap pa ng simpatya ang kumag, eh nung nag aacceptance speech siya naisip niya ba consequences, kung di pa nahuli yan malamang ganda ng ngiti niyan ngayon, haha..

Umabot pa sa fstoppers kalokohan niya..
http://fstoppers.com/student-wins-several-international-competitions-with-stolen-photos
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« Reply #31 on: September 25, 2013, 01:41:49 AM »
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Gerard Pacana • a day ago −
I'm a Filipino and I do photography as a hobby the only thing I could say is : he has an eye on how to win such photography competitions but maybe his only problem is, he don't have any camera to use or maybe just a plain thief after all :)
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Larry Gaurano  Gerard Pacana • 20 hours ago
Gerard, seriously... do you have to open with that? "I'm a Filipino... his problem is he doesn't have a camera?" I mean, seriously??? That just makes Filipinos sound worse. I'm an American Filipino, and I've seen this all too often.

No, not Filipinos cheating. That happens as often as other individuals from other ethnic groups that cheat. No, what I'm furious about is that when a Filipino does wrong doing, there's always other Filipinos that will excuse or justify it.

There's no justification for this. None whatsoever. That's like someone saying, well the reason I lied about being CEO for Google on my resume is because Google wouldn't hire me as their CEO. SERIOUSLY?!?!

As a Filipino, I believe that Solis' penalty should be much much more severe, to the tune of being expelled from school. Is that harsh? Nope! He did this countless times, with major organizations. Needless to say, if he's willing to cheat on this, what else has he cheated on? Yea, everything he's done in his "youth", should be fair game to be under suspicion.
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« Reply #32 on: September 25, 2013, 01:43:13 AM »
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Gerard Pacana  Larry Gaurano • 6 hours ago
What I mean on this is how can he submit such entries without grabbing others work if he has a camera and it doesn't mean that it makes Filipino worst...

I just stated that I am a Filipino because I am proud being one...
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epiquestions  Gerard Pacana • 4 hours ago −
Having an eye for great photos does not automatically make you a good photographer. It's like you can appreciate the beauty of a painting but it does not mean that you can paint. Having no camera is NOT an excuse to steal from others and claim it as your own so that you can join and win a contest.
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Gerard Pacana  epiquestions • 2 hours ago
You're right on that having no camera is not an excuse. My point is maybe that is one of the main reason why he joined the contest using others work, and I did not say that he is a good photographer. How can he be a good photographer with out a camera?hehehehehe
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« Reply #33 on: September 25, 2013, 01:45:45 AM »
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Gerard Pacana  Ricky Tang • 5 hours ago −
Is that a discrimination about me (excluding my nationality) or you just don't understand what my thought is all about....
Please read it again.... I just said he has an eye to win such competitions because most of his entries where selected, Right? The bad thing is it doesn't belong to him that is why I said: maybe he is a plain thief after all....

pucha butthurt ang loko...haaays....what is it with these pinoy pridezterz?! mali logic  ng arguments niya ...typical fliptard...tsk tsk

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« Reply #34 on: September 25, 2013, 10:41:43 AM »


tigas naman ng mukha nito. kapag ganito mga taong makikita mo ang sarap basagin ng mukha  :razz:
Kahit na nasasaktan, Hindi pa rin mahindian

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« Reply #35 on: September 25, 2013, 11:44:37 AM »
his face should be plastered everywhere with the caption "plagiarizer, has gotten away with it many times, do not trust"

and looking at his photo, the words "closet sociopath" comes to mind

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« Reply #36 on: September 25, 2013, 11:47:27 AM »
Napanuod ko sa News kanina.

Sabi nya kaya lang daw nya nagawa yun kasi dala ng pangangailangan ng pamilya nya..

To do it a couple of times is a BS! <_<
just groove with it and everything will be allright...

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« Reply #37 on: September 25, 2013, 11:51:48 AM »
Napanuod ko sa News kanina.

Sabi nya kaya lang daw nya nagawa yun kasi dala ng pangangailangan ng pamilya nya..

To do it a couple of times is a BS! <_<


sociopath to...hanep ah..the end does not justify the means..and correct ka dyan..ilang beses na niya ginawa...may sakit sa utak yan..hanibbal..

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« Reply #38 on: September 25, 2013, 11:56:22 AM »
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solis uses "poverty" as a reason why he knowingly plagiarized to win money. its an often used reason by thieves of jewelry, cars, cellphones and money. we hear that often when criminals who are caught are interviewed on tv.

that makes solis no different from them.

what happened to hard work? perseverance? saving?

assuming they are not fake, he sounds smart and knowledgeable, he could have taken jobs and in fact had jobs but he took the easy, illegal way out.

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« Reply #39 on: September 25, 2013, 11:57:23 AM »
I am from UP and if you happen to pass by UP overheard you will know that some items in his Cv are also showing signs of being "fake". Here are some of the questionable items:
1. He claimed to have written a thesis while Polsci majors who took the same course and subject are not required to do so. Infact he took the thesis subject twice (huh?) and most items written in the course are from group effort

2. One of his award winning article is a university requirement actually written with a group if 5. It is said he did not ask permission from the whole group to actually claim the article to be his alone and when he submitted it in a contest. (One of his groupmates said this)

3. He claimed to have the highest GPA in kyushu U. But this is cannot be proven unless you ask everyone their GPA

4. It is said he also lied having ro work as a RA for one of the prof

5. It also said he was fired from DPA due to falsification of his DTR

6. It is said he owns a macbook and a gadget lover and he lives at Philam village paranaque implying his interview with GMA is fake.

Note these are just what are discussed at UP overheard please feel free to investigate on your own

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« Reply #40 on: September 25, 2013, 12:01:28 PM »
Pathological Liar – Impulsive, Compulsive Lying, Self-Deception

Pathological Liar – All About PATHOLOGICAL LYING, Lying, Self-Deception, Types, Classification, from Pseudologia Fantastica to Habitual Lying.
1.

Pathological Liar – Definition

Pathological liar refers to a liar that is compulsive or impulsive, lies on a regular basis and is unable to control their lying despite of foreseeing inevitable negative consequences or ultimate disclosure of the lie. Generally lies told by a pathological liar have self-defeating quality to them and don’t serve the long term material needs of the person. Therefore pathological lying is lying that is caused by a pathology, occurs on a regular basis, is compulsive or impulsive & uncontrolled, and has self-defeating, self-trapping quality to it.

Lying or self-deception is a part of everyday human interactions. In many cases lying can be beneficial for those who lie and those who are being lied to. Most of this type of lying with positive consequences occurs in a controlled way, thoughtfully, with careful weighting of beneficial consequences. Unlike these, the lies told by a pathological liar are uncontrolled and are likely to have damaging consequences.

Pathological lying covers a wide range of lying behavior, from pseudologia fantastica to habitual lying. Lying is a commonly found clinical component with people who suffer from impulse control disorders such as gambling, compulsive shopping, substance abuse, kleptomania etc. Pathological lying is generally caused by a combination of factors, which may include genetic components, dysfunctional or insecure childhood, dyslexia or other type of cerebral dysfunction. Such conditions may host environment that is likely to emerge chronic or pathological lying as an adaptive defense mechanism. Dysfunctional family, parental overprotection, sibling rivalry, mental retardation are among many causes of pathological lying.

2.

Low Self-Esteem And Pathological Lying

Low self-esteem is a commonly found feature in pathological liars. The lie maybe an attempt to feel good about themselves, generally for a short period of time, similar to the effect of drugs & alcohol. The same lie or deceit repeated over and over may create a myth of personal well-being or success or displacement of faults of own failures on others, thus creating an imaginary fantasy protection bubble, which may reinforce self-esteem. Pathological liars repeatedly use deceit as an ego defense mechanism, which is primarily caused by the lack of ability to cope with everyday problems in more mature ways (Selling 1942).

3.

Pathological Liar – Causes

Causes of development of pathological lying can be, but are not limited to, one or more of the factors mentioned below:

A dysfunctional family;
Sexual or physical abuse in childhood;
Neuropsychological abnormalities; such as borderline mental retardation, learning disabilities etc.
Impulse control disorders; such as kleptomania, pathological gambling, compulsive shopping.
Accommodating or suggestible personality traits;
Personality disorders such as Sociopathic, Narcissistic, Borderline, Histrionic and more;
Substance abuse or substance abuse in family;
4.

Pathological Liar – Types

4.1

DAYDREAMING PATHOLOGICAL LIAR – PSEUDOLOGIA FANTASTICA

Some of the more extreme forms of pathological lying is Pseudologia Fantastica. This is a matrix of facts & fiction, mixed together in a way that makes the reality and fantasy almost indistinguishable. The pseudologue type pathological liar makes up stories that seem possible on the surface, but over time things start falling apart. Pseudologues have dynamic approach to their lies, they are likely to change the story if confronted or faced with disbelief, they have excessive anxiety of being caught and they desperately try to modify their story to something that would seem plausible to create or preserve a sense of self that is something they wish they were or at least something better than they fear others would find out they are. The excessive anxiety is driven by unusually low self-esteem, the person tries to hide reality by creating a fake reality, and once the story has enduring quality to it, he/she is likely to repeat it and if repeated enough times he/she might start believing in it as well. This reality escape can be triggered of a past incident or of an unbearable present for the pseudologue.

About 30% of daydreaming pathological liars have brain dysfunction. For some it may take the form of learning disabilities, ex. dyslexia. Often those with cerebral dysfunction have greater verbal production & lower developed logical, analytical parts of the brain, thus they often fail to control verbal output.

4.2

HABITUAL LIAR

Habitual pathological lying is, as the name suggest, habitual. Habitual liar lies so frequently, that it becomes a habit, as a result, he/she puts very little effort in giving a thought about what the output is going to be, nor does he/she care much to process whether it’s a lie or not, it’s simply a reflex & very often can be completely unnecessary or even opposite to his/her own needs. If he/she stops & thinks about it, he/she knows clearly it’s a lie.

Habitual liars lie for a variety of reasons, which include, but are not limited to:

Take advantage of the situation or misguide a rival
Avoid confrontation or punishment
Cover up lack of knowledge
Cover up embarrassment
To entertain oneself or others
Reinforce self-esteem, because of failing own expectation
Receive unearned praise or avoid disappointment or disproval
For no reason whatsoever
Habitual liars gives very few if any psychical or vocal signs of lying, due to the effortless nature of lying. That said, since he/she gives a very little thought to his/her lies, they are usually inconsistent & obvious.

Fear is a major contributor in developing habitual lying in a child & further advancement into adulthood, more so in conditions when the child finds truth telling results in more frequent or more severe punishment. Lack of appreciating and likelihood of unwanted consequences of telling the truth may result in frequent opting out for lying, which often involves less punishment & therefore becomes more desirable.

4.3

IMPULSIVE PATHOLOGICAL LIAR – IMPULSE CONTROL DISORDERS & LYING

Impulsive pathological liar lies due to impulse control problem, he/she lies to fulfill his/her present (in the moment) needs, without thinking of future negative effects that can be caused because of the lie. Impulsive pathological liar generally suffers from impulse control disorders, such as kleptomania, pathological gambling, compulsive shopping etc. Those suffering from impulse control disorders fail to learn from past negative experiences, frequently suffer from depression, likely to have history of substance abuse in family or have substance abuse problems themselves, likely to have deficiency in brain serotonin. Increase in brain serotonin may have positive effect in decreasing impulsiveness, such medication may have positive effects, however there hasn’t been clinical research performed to confirm or deny this theory.

4.4

SUBSTANCE ABUSE ASSOCIATED PATHOLOGICAL LIAR

Self-Deception is an undeniable part of addictive process. People abuse alcohol or other drugs constantly lie to themselves & others to avoid embarrassment, conflict, as well as to obtain the substance. Getting off substance requires learning to distance oneself from the deceit, therefore learning to be truthful is generally a part of any Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous program.

5.

Signs of Lying

Human detection of deceit can be summarized by the following seven signs.

7 Signs of Lying

Disguised smiling
Lack of head movement
Increased rate of self-adapters (eg., movements such playing with an object in hands, scratching one’s head etc.)
Increased/Heightened pitch of voice
Reduced rate of speech
Pause fillers (“uh”, “hm”, “er”)
Less corresponding, matching nonverbal behavior from the other communication methods (ex. the movement of hands doesn’t match the substance of the lie that is being told orally)
Reference: (Fiedler, Walka, Zuckerman, Driver, Ford)



Read more http://depressiond.com/pathological-liar/

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« Reply #41 on: September 25, 2013, 12:02:47 PM »

Sabi nya kaya lang daw nya nagawa yun kasi dala ng pangangailangan ng pamilya nya..


My sister who is also a graduate of UP says she personally knows the guy and that they are well off.
Sonofavitch even lied about his reasons.

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« Reply #42 on: September 25, 2013, 12:36:26 PM »
could this be a ploy to cover up the Napoles scandal?

i mean, he sure is someone we all love to hate ...

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« Reply #43 on: September 25, 2013, 01:20:00 PM »
Maricris R. Valte
is watching Mark Solis' interview on GMA News TV, where he claims that money problems forced him to resort to misrepresenting himself. I want to puke! I've seen his house in Las Pinas and the venue of the GMA-7 interview doesn't look anything close to his house. He has more expensive gadgets than I have! I challenge the fact-finding committee of UP to investigate his and his family's lifestyle. At magkano ba naman ang tuition fee sa UP? Mas mahal pa yung Docksides niya kesa sa 3 units, at mas mahal pa ang i-pad niya kesa sa 9 units sa NCPAG! Besides, akala ko ba teaching assistant daw siya ni Alex Brillantes? That entitles him to free tuition, may stipend pa siya!

Utang na loob, sobra-sobra nang pang-iinsulto sa katalinuhan ng ibang tao ang ginagawa niya. Kabataan at mahihirap, ininsulto pa niya! Pati nanay niya, nakisama pa! What kind of values do his parents -- his elders -- teach him?

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« Reply #46 on: September 25, 2013, 01:25:52 PM »


any face reading afficionados here?! initial impression ng mga tao dito sa bahay..theres something behind his sly smile and eyes...


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« Reply #47 on: September 25, 2013, 01:27:33 PM »
- "His political science thesis titled “Accountability Deficit and Electoral Violence: The Case of Civilian Volunteer Organizations in Shariff Aguak, Maguindanao” received a mark of 1.25 – reportedly the highest in his class." As Dr. Maria Ela L. Atienza of the Pol Sci dept said, there is NO undergraduate thesis in Pol Sci, unless you belong to the 5-year BA-MA Honors Program (and Mark did not belong to this program). In such a case, you get a grade of P or F for your thesis, with no numerical equivalent. Mark's claim is another documented case of misrepresentation.

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« Reply #48 on: September 25, 2013, 01:28:44 PM »
Candy Bandong-- Mark Solis is just a reflection of what we have become as a people, corrupt, depraved and lacking in integrity. The moral fiber of youth like Mark is so frayed and tattered from the example he has learned from our seriously ailing society in general. Senators, government leaders are no different. The only good thing (if there is any) about this fiasco is that Mark is still young and his failure correctable. I hope he learns his lessons well. From his interview, our culture of materialism and consumer orientation is rearing its ugly head as another justification for his misconduct.

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« Reply #49 on: September 25, 2013, 01:29:42 PM »
maya ko basahin yang FB, bawal sa office eh. :-D

ang naisip ko lang ay may mabuti rin naidulot ang pagkapanalo nya ng 1st place sa pamamagitan ng pagnanakaw:

1) Kasi kung 2nd o 3rd place lang siya, malamang di gaaanong mapagtutuonan ng pansin ang ninakaw nyang litrato dahil sa 1st place lahat tututok...tuloy ang ligaya nya.
2) Mas maraming Pilipino ngayon ang mas naging aware na di lang sa sulatin o sa musika o sa pelikula pwedeng magnakaw, pati sa photography.
3) Mas natauhan ang mga taga-UP sa mga produkto nitong di kanais-nais: the cat-killing student, the senators, at itong sociopath na magnanakaw na ito. Kaya dapat maging mabigat ang parusa sa taong ito ng hindi pamarisan ng mga bata...lalo na't napakaraming may hawak ng DSLR sa campus.
Luke 1:37; Mark 9:23