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What would the Twitterverse do with its 280-character limit? Technology 

What would the Twitterverse do with its 280-character limit?

Yes, you’ve read that right. Twitter is expanding its infamous limit of 140 characters per tweet to 280, and its users have been rather confused by this change. Apparently, the site made the move for foreign language speakers. They received mixed reactions, alright. Here are some hilarious examples:   Modern romance, huh.   Kasalanan mo nga, Bobbie. Smh. Shrek is love, Shrek is life. Image Sources: Twitter For now, Twitter is still testing this development. Leave it to the crazy people of the Internet to take it to a whole…

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Best #supermoon tweets that you can’t scroll past your timeline Viral 

Best #supermoon tweets that you can’t scroll past your timeline

The #supermoon paid the world a visit last night and it was warmly welcomed by scientists, astrologists, the people of the earth. And of course – Social Media. Check out the best tweets from last night’s supermoon.   When the supermoon kind of destroyed your childhood dream medyo ganito yung inexpect kong moon. sakto lang siya tonight pic.twitter.com/GANRwHPKHY — renzo (@renzoquiza) November 14, 2016   How you saw supermoon with your very eyes vs. your phone cam.  Expectation VS Reality#supermoon2016 #supermoon pic.twitter.com/VykO7MQ3GQ — FN (@fazrinNOOBER) November 14, 2016   When…

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#NeverAgain and other stories: netizens’ reactions to Marcos burial in LNMB News Viral 

#NeverAgain and other stories: netizens’ reactions to Marcos burial in LNMB

It was decided. This afternoon, the Supreme Court allowed the burial of the former President and dictator (I’m adding this because people apparently forgot) Ferdinand Marcos in Libingan ng Mga Bayani. The judges of the Supreme Courted voted 9-5. This is after the numerous petitions against the said burial. In an article by CNN Philippines, the SC cited five reasons in dismissing the petitions: There was no grave abuse of discretion on the part of President Rodrigo Duterte in ordering the burial of Marcos at LNMB because it was done…

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