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Monthly Archives: July 2010
Catalonia, a part of Spain, just banned bullfighting, an age-old tradition associated with the country’s cultural identity. Just because it’s culture or tradition doesn’t mean it’s untouchable; if it has to go, it has to go. Continue reading
So President Noynoy Aquino is popular. Okay, already. Frankly, his minions in the Inquirer.net are over-praising him for just being popular with the public and rating highly in a trust “survey”. There are even newspaper columnists who give P.Noy too … Continue reading
The Inquirer.net Editor has gone on a defensive strike against “so-called pundits” critical of President Benigno “P.Noy” Aquino III’s 26th July State of the Nation Address (SONA). The Op-Ed piece came across to me as no more than a long-winded … Continue reading
Speculation is rife that the contestants in the reality show The Biggest Loser drink lots of fluids before the official weigh-in. This is so that they will weigh a lot heavier in the beginning of the show and consequently appear … Continue reading
After reading an English-translated transcript of President Benigno “P.Noy” Aquino III’s recent State of the Nation Address (SONA), it started to bug me that there was no easy way to verify the true financial position of the Government on the … Continue reading
By my reckoning (on the basis of its English translation), President Benigno “P.Noy” Aquino III devoted 1,558 words out of the 4,055 words in his 35-minute State of the Nation Address (SONA) to whining about the plunder of the National … Continue reading
Filipinos are so addicted to pleasant stuff that they refuse to face the truth. They instead want to drown their sorrows in pleasant things and insist that even if there are gaffes and mistakes, everything is still OK. Continue reading
Boo hoo hoo. The national budget is depleted and the new President Benigno “P.Noy” Aquino III, as it turns out, is no “superman”. For the Average Filipino Schmoe who latched on to the promise of the “magic” of an Aragorn-led … Continue reading
President Noynoy Aquino will be giving his first State of the Nation Address (SONA) soon. If his army of speechwriters will have their way, his speech will be all about giving people “hope”. Hopefully, it will not be full of … Continue reading
Water supply has always been a problem in the Philippines. Since time immemorial, many Metro Manila residents have even had to rely on electric booster pumps to suck out the essential juice from city’s decrepit mains and store as much … Continue reading