Some people e-mailed me for information, so I figured I’d see what I
could come up with using my searching-fu. Google and Altavista,
intercontinental science, faye jasmine trias.
If you’re looking for more information on “Faye”, check out the
following links. I’ve compiled them from the updates on
2004.10.29%231 to make your browsing life
- Faye being used in political attack on gov’t? (2004.11.04) The
Postscript article points out that this is not just about the
existence or nonexistence of Faye or even the veracity of the story,
but also the political criticism in the story.
- Is Faye’s story true, or just another fairy tale? (2004.11.02) The
previous column raised questions that need to be answered.
- Misplaced priorities can mislead the nation (base article) The article
from Bread of Life Ministries.
Dynamic pages, discussion:
- J. Angelo Racoma’s blog – (Hey, long time no see. I know him from
way back.) Has archived copy of Evangelista follow-up and link to
Philstar article, which will be broken really soon because Philstar
doesn’t archive articles. Odd, that. Anyway, the blog is probably
the best resource you’ll find. Check the Nov 5, Nov%204 and Nov%203 entries.
- The Faye Story (ongoing), a blog entry with a lot of discussion. A
number of people in the discussion are convinced it’s a hoax. Others
claim it is true. The discussion becomes racist near the end, but is
otherwise interesting. Another discussion from the same blog has
degenerated into puns and kneejerk proofs of how it’s impossible to
verify identity on the Internet, but may eventually contain
something interesting. <shrug>
- GovPH thread (2004.10.29 – present) Another discussion forum with a
handful of posts. Patricia Evangelista’s first article is reposted
here. cetacea commented that the constant references to Jasmine Trias
seems to be a display of crab mentality.
- PinoyPC – Noteworthy because of the scan of the original ad,
if you’re into that sort of thing.