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The Baguio Midland Courier is the "Exponent of the Wonderland of the Cordillera and the Riches of Ilocandia". Thus, people who want to get their message spread across the literate mountains place their ads in the Midland. Here are a few ads from the issue of 18 March 2007.

Disclaimer: I did not make these up, although I sort of wish I had. Apologies to those of you who are actually interested in these ads; I am not including the phone numbers because nobody's paying me to advertise... Not that they'd get much mileage here anyway!

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The Nashman said…
it's great that my beloved baguio has a tranny/hermaphrodite heritage school! i wanna teach there
padma said…
You'll be disappointed to know that the staff of G-String Spa don't wear g-string uniforms.

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