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« on: February 13, 2009, 12:33:11 AM »
it was reported by bohol chronicle that RTC upheld the law imposed by gov. erico aumentado about the sabong. for more info, please click the link.
http://www.boholchronicle.com/2009/feb/11/front1.htm

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« Reply #1 on: February 13, 2009, 12:35:34 AM »
Sabong, isn't this the popular local cock fight festival?

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« Reply #2 on: February 13, 2009, 12:37:40 AM »
daghan ni ug term sa bohol ang sabong, sama sa tari, tigbakay, buwang, tukis ug uban pa. ang pinakasikat ani ang derby kay dinagko na ang premyo.

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« Reply #3 on: February 13, 2009, 12:39:24 AM »
how much can one win in the sabong diay, pre?

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« Reply #4 on: February 13, 2009, 12:46:04 AM »
depende sa pusta. naa man na silay mga hand signals kung pila ang pusta from hundreds to thousands.

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« Reply #5 on: February 13, 2009, 01:14:36 AM »
http://www.boholchronicle.com/2009/feb/11/front1.htm[/url]

dugay na ni gi implement oi.. mao gani mingaw na kay dominggo nalang ang buwang..

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« Reply #6 on: February 13, 2009, 05:12:27 AM »
mingaw kay wa na may kwarta mga tawo ...
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« Reply #7 on: February 13, 2009, 05:31:57 AM »
aw kanag way kwarta Glacier storya lang na..  akoa nabantayan sa atua..  ug masakit dli pa doctor kay wla daw kwarta... ug sa kaon mag mantiner ug ginamos.. pero kun tingbuwang na mogawas ang kwarta...

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« Reply #8 on: February 13, 2009, 08:05:36 AM »
mao diay na. di man gud sugarol akong pamilya. sakto tingali ka.

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« Reply #9 on: February 14, 2009, 12:08:36 AM »
nakakita pa man lagi ko ug tukis diha sa may interior.

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« Reply #10 on: February 14, 2009, 01:14:26 AM »

lahi man nang tukis kay illegal man na.. 

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« Reply #11 on: February 14, 2009, 04:30:19 AM »
modagsang na pod ning tukis kay Domingo ug Holidays na man lang ang Buwang

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kanang mga sugarol dili gyud na moundang ug pangitag paagi nga makasugal. bisag pustahan pa.
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kultura na na natong mga pinoy...di na kana mahimong wagtangon. or else...

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pustahan man gani ang mga kaka nga tagsa ra makita.

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COCKFIGHTING is so central to Philippine culture that Rolando Blanco, vice president of the country’s Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, has little hope of persuading the government to stop it.

“How can we fight cockfighting when our lawmakers are cock fighters and breeders?” he asked.

Supporters of a ban acknowledge that fighting cocks’ killer instinct is encoded in their genes, but argue that nature is more forgiving than cockfight organizers, who arm the roosters with razors and make sure they can’t escape the ring. Chickens don’t win much sympathy in the Philippines.

“Our laws protecting animals mainly concern endangered species and bigger animals, like dogs, cats, horses, whale sharks and monkey-eating eagles,” Blanco said.

Filipinos were staging cockfights when Ferdinand Magellan came ashore in 1521, and more than 5 million roosters will clash in the country’s cockpits this year, said Manny Berbano, publisher of the glossy Pit Games magazine and head of National Gamefowl Training Center.

With six national TV shows devoted to the sport, Filipinos can enjoy the carnage from the comfort of their homes almost every night of the week.

The Philippine economy benefits by more than $1 billion a year from cockfight betting, breeding farms and the business of selling feed and drugs, including steroids, that bulk up the birds for two years before their fighting instinct kicks in, Berbano estimated.

In the stands at the coliseum, bet-takers – called kristos after the Tagalog word for Christ – probably handled more than $400,000 in wagers in a single night during the Slasher Cup II, he said.

A barrel-shaped former Coca-Cola executive, Berbano is Philippine cockfighting’s less garish answer to Don King. He is a cockpit evangelist with a PowerPoint pitch. One of Berbano’s closing slides invokes the words of Abraham Lincoln, from a quote resurrected in 1963 in a defense of the sport in an Oklahoma court.

“As long as the Almighty permitted intelligent men, created in his image and likeness, to fight in public and kill each other while the world looks on approvingly, it’s not for me to deprive the chickens of the same privilege,” Lincoln told Americans demanding a federal cockfighting ban a century earlier.

Lincoln’s words aside, opponents of the sport have kept up their campaign for a ban for more than a century, and now Louisiana is the last legal bastion of American cockfighting.

As cockpits across the U.S. closed, or went underground, American breeders continued to produce pedigreed game fowl, maintaining bloodlines that date to 19th century England and Ireland. Some made millions of dollars exporting fighting cocks to countries such as the Philippines and Mexico, where the sport is still legal and enormously popular.

Berbano proudly paid an Alabama breeder $5,000 for a cock from a long line of champions, a thoroughbred sweater yellow legged hatch. But a new law is expected to cut off multimillion-dollar exports of American game fowl.

Last month, President Bush signed legislation that makes it a felony to transport across state lines, or to export, dogs and chickens used in fights. The penalty is up to three years in jail and a fine of as much as $250,000.

The Humane Society of the United States says that will help prevent American breeders from exporting fighting animals and “puts increased pressure on the airlines to stop shipping roosters to cockfighting hot spots.”

ATLANTAN Johnnie Phillips was one of at least 17 Americans with roosters in the competition for this year’s Slasher Cup. Bald, and with powerful, tattooed forearms, the retired AT&T worker learned to love cockfighting from his father while growing up on a farm in Alabama.

Phillips, 61, says he doesn’t get why governments would ban fighting cocks from doing what comes naturally, when they aren’t much good for anything else – especially eating.

“They get 3 months old and they’re like chewing leather,” he said.

As animal rights activists won more state bans on cockfighting, staying ahead of the law became part of the sport for die-hard fans like Phillips. He was arrested on a misdemeanor charge with about 65 other people when more than a dozen police raided an Ohio cockpit in 1972.

“It was a Saturday night and they brought the county school bus out there to take us to the courthouse,” he recalled. Phillips got out of the local lockup by posting a $50 bond, and after paying the fine, he got a $15 refund.

Some states are tougher on cockfighting these days, but it’s still only a misdemeanor offense in 16 states, mainly in the South and West.

Phillips bred game fowl on a 33-acre farm until he sold it five years ago. He has won his share of derbies, but never enough to make a living from the shrinking fight circuit. He’s afraid the new ban on exports will kill off centuries-old bloodlines.

“If you don’t fight chickens, they go downhill,” he said. “To keep ‘em good, you’ve gotta fight ‘em and recognize the good ones.”

HERE in Araneta Coliseum, the arena that has held some of the Philippines’ marquee events, including a Mass by Pope John Paul II, rich and poor roared and winced at the clattering flurry of attacks, and hushed as a winning rooster pondered its final move.

In the wings, gaffers tied blades called tari to roosters’ legs; the softer spurs they were born to attack with had been trimmed to rounded nubbins to make way for the steel blades tempered to killer strength with alloys such as titanium and cobalt.

Each new competitor, also shorn of its red comb and wattle, was cradled like a fragile child in its handler’s arms on the walk to the cockpit from a gloomy hallway. A large, wooden statue of a crucified Christ decorated with fragrant jasmine garlands stood watch at one end.

Sparring roosters, known as heaters, pecked at the fighting cocks to get them riled up, as handlers restrained them by their tail plumes and bettors and kristos waved and hollered at each other like frantic floor traders during a stock market meltdown.

In the final seconds before the starting buzzer, a male nurse dressed in white swabbed the hackles of each fighter to test for any dirty tricks, such as feathers laced with cyanide. Then the cocks’ tari were unsheathed, and a cockpit technician wiped each blade with gauze soaked in rubbing alcohol.

Primed for blood, the roosters were released from either side of two center lines. Some crowed as the crowd bellowed. Others went straight for the kill, flapping above their opponents, wildly stabbing at anything they could strike with their blades.

When the fighters lay panting in the dirt, the referee, or sentenciador, gently picked both up by the hackle feathers at arm’s length, and gently brought them to head-to-head, waiting for one to make the regulation two pecks needed for an outright victory. In the few bouts in which neither rooster had the strength, or will, left for that, the sentenciador declared a draw. And the bettors moaned.

At 4 a.m. on the final night, the 2007 World Slasher Cup was finally clinched, with a record of seven wins and a draw, by the eighth rooster entered by Wilson Ong, a Philippine businessman.

His cock died soon after pecking the limp, bleeding final challenger twice. Handler Alfred Pangilinan, 36, cradled the dead winner in his arms for the long trip home to Guagua, a town 50 miles north of Manila.

There, on the edge of the training farm, in a graveyard of champions, Pangilinan dug a deep hole and buried the bird
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