In the Philippines, it is now somewhat "dangerous" to be unknowingly associated with someone who is into illegal drugs. To be safe, refrain from being with or having a picture with people you don't really know, including high profile personalities like mayors, councilors, congressmen, and even generals and showbiz celebrities who could eventually be named... Continue Reading →
It would have been a perfect shot if not for the power cables that are visibly hanging all over Metro Manila... Anyway, our country, the Philippines, is currently experiencing a phenomena called "El Niño"... An unusually warm ocean temperatures in our part of the world. And adding that up to the dry season we have... Continue Reading →
The "floaters"... Yap, summer is here and swimming is trending. But Filipinos are more concerned nowadays in campaigning for their candidates for the upcoming elections in May this year. By golly, that would be next month on May 9. Campaign success stories are sometimes true but often than not, social media users are spreading fake... Continue Reading →
Most of the politicians and some religious leaders don't want people to be critical-thinkers, they are afraid of people who thinks critically. This kind of people will make them obsolete and extinct! "Let's make them poor and make them work so hard in their entire lives so that the only thing that matters to them... Continue Reading →
What life really is for a fifth of Metro Manila's population. Is the Conditional Cash Transfer program of the current administration really benefitting the urban poor? Or is it just being transferred to the pockets of those people called the "honorables"?
I don't mind having a half-naked person serving me a coconut "juice drink" who pays taxes and works hard for everything he earns under the searing heat of a mid-day sun amidst the smoke belching buses and dyipnis. Compared to those people doing nothing (and yet, have almost everything) wearing expensive "Barong Tagalogs" sitting in... Continue Reading →
The local land transportation office (LTO) of Manila has sought the assistance of Captain America in the pursuit of "dyipni" drivers found not following the reduction in transport fare. It was reported by commuters that "dyipnis" are still charging Php7.50, instead of Php7. Due to the incompetence of the LTO, millions of commuters pooled in... Continue Reading →