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I will never get tired of writing about the hero of my province, Wenceslao Quinito Vinzons, of Indan (now renamed Vinzons), Camarines Norte. He’s a great Filipino whose patriotism, services to his country and extraordinary achievements despite his abbreviated life were unique and unsurpassed. He was born on September 28, 1910, exactly the same date as former President Diosdado P. Macapagal’s natal day and the feast day of St. Wenceslao, 122 years ago but we have yet to see the likes of him blazing our firmament.