Saturday, December 5, 2009

I'm back (maybe)

An old friend made a comment on an old post today, which resulted in an email that reminded me that I had a blog. I blame Facebook for the memory loss. :P


My last post, which was more than a year ago, was "Oh my God, please, NO!" which was my reaction to rumours that the traitor in Malacanang had plans on extending her stay, which has been way too long for comfort as it is. I might as well have called this post, "Oh my God, WHY?!?"

Yes, even I in faraway Olomouc have heard the news about her candidacy for Congress. What is going to happen after that, no one knows, but many are afraid. And with good reason. Maguindanao massacre anyone?

Shameless. Brazen. Revolting. Vile. Evil.


I can't write a longer post, despite the long absence. I am in the middle of writing my masters thesis -- which is squeezing the life out of me. Hopefully I meet the deadline (thankfully extended until end of the month) so that I can go back to doing fun and inane stuff (like blogging, yes!), before I have to go back to real life and its problems -- like finding a job in this time of crisis. Anyone out there who knows of someone looking to hire a Master in Euroculture (whatever that is), please, please, point him/her in my direction. Thank you.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Oh my God, please, NO!

"Bless the President so we will have forbearance, good health, the tolerance to lead this nation up to 2010 and perhaps who knows even beyond."

-- Press Secretary Jesus Dureza,
at the end of the opening prayer he led
at the start of a Cabinet meeting
in the Aguinaldo State Dining Room.

President Arroyo's reaction:

Arroyo, looking embarrassed, covered her face and said: "Oh my God."

Monday, October 20, 2008


I don't know what I want.

Or maybe, I know what I want. But am just too afraid to go for it.

And therein lies my problem.