During and after every typhoon in the Philippines that hits Central Luzon, which we call the rice granary of the country, a province called Pampanga usually become a "swamp" like Florida's Everglades. The water inundation of Pampanga's farmlands had become a perennial problem of the Kapampangans (people of Pampanga). Considering that typhoons nowadays are getting... Continue Reading →
... When flood has finally subsided in some parts of the Metro and the living "living" (not the living dead) can now freely walk without sinking their feet in the filthy water full of urine, saliva, feces, and whatever unimaginable garbage that you can think of that is overly gross.
... Why Saturday? Because it is sleeping time to the max and everyone will be waking up near lunch time! 🙂