Oh, and I thought it was 1884

As much as possible, I try to have this blog free of anything that involves politics. Cos you know politics is a very icky subject. I refuse to have anything to do with politics--especially in the Philippines when politicians were just a DNA-strain away from common pond scum. But what bugs me more than politics …

Suffrage

The Philippine elections can be best described in one perfect phrase: a freak show of ginormous proportions. But considering that for most of the year, or for most of 6 years Filipinos have been under the whims and the masochistic powers of these crazy politicos, this one particular day is the only opportunity we have …

May the fleas of a thousand camels infest your armpits…

I have to take my hats-off to this government and the people working and residing on that magnificent mansion off Pasig River. Their spin doctors have a way of making people both sick and annoyed with the pronouncements they give the press. 2 days before Christmas and these people just kept getting on the country's …

Presidential spokesperson gets “foot in mouth” disease,removed from her duties

Talk about a literal "foot in mouth" disease when Presidential spokesperson Lorelie Fajardo declared during a media briefing 2 days after the Maguindanao massacre that the President of this republic will remain friends with the Ampatuans in spite the massacre. And I quote: “I don’t think the President’s friendship with the Ampatuans will be severed. …

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