There are so many things going on inside my head that posting tid bits of info would be best for today. So before I dig into the fridge and search what’s for lunch, here we go.
Short term and long term plans
As I’m finally counting down to the inevitable bumhood, I now have the following plans:
- Prep up the sofa for employment
- Polish the remotes (TV, audio, aircon).
- Upgrade the PC
- Blog, blog, and blog.
- Learn, learn, and learn how to raise a kid.
- Fix the leak in the roof.
- Find a job.
While reading my favorite newspaper, The Philippine Star, I can’t help but notice that Francis J. Kong and Bum D. Tenorio, Jr. just posted email clippings for most of their articles. These two are among the daily’s writers whose articles I usually read before the others. Sometimes, however, it intrigues me to see them cut and paste forwarded emails as if just to make the required word count and get paid for it. Is this their workaround to writer’s cramp?
Philippine F1, anyone?
The recent F1 Singapore which is F1′s first night race shut my hopes for the Philippines to get significant publicity over our Asian neighbors. Well, I’d like to help raise this bid to conquer the F1 scene like nobody has done before. Why not have the first real live F1 street race in the Philippines. This time there would be no modification on the roads or clearing up of vehicles on the streets. Imagine how these F1 cars perform against our buses, jeepneys, some mad motorcycle drivers and our suicidal jaywalkers.
Paging FIA, interested? Oh by the way, no more G. H. Mumm ceremony, let’s use San Miguel Grande beer at the podium.
Misery loves company
There are days I would ponder if who else got problems besides me. Here are some of the people and their problems they’re facing right now.
George Bush: America’s economy. If this doesn’t make one stutter, what will?
Benjie de Lara: A 6-year-old boy with a fourth stage cancer. Want to help? Contact his mother Elenita at 09293289591 or donate thru the Star’s Operation Damayan. Call 527-7901 and look for Millet Dioso.
Filipino veterans: They’re not getting their pensions. I assume that one American congressman’s grandfather might have been in hand to hand combat with a Filipino during the Filipino-American war.
Senator Manny Villar: Questionable double funding for a C5 project. So what’s new? I think he can handle that.
Chinese milk manufacturers: Does Melamine rings a bell? And count me in as one of those angry at this SNAFU. Now I’d have to think twice before I eat my favorite White Rabbit candy. At least the female cows in China are free from breast suction gadgets for the meantime. The male cows I know are now smiling broadly. Mooooo.
Fat policemen: The new PNP chief Jesus Versoza is out to revive fitness consciousness to these pugad baboy characters. Any tremors on the next few weeks won’t come from below. Its origin will most likely be from PNP camps around the nation.
Philippine Olympians: Most of the officials are staying put especially Aventajado who is running for another term as the Philippine Olympic Committee’s chairman. Where was he when our athletes went down on bended knees during the recent Beijing Olympics? I bet Aventajado was beside the Chinese team during the awarding thinking that these are our tsinoy delegates.
Jessica Zafra: Her laptop keyboard is filled with cat fur. I’d like this to be my problem.
Tanya T. Lara: Sunburn while in Manhattan. Let this one also be mine.
Obama and McCain: Waiting game for the U. S. presidential seat.
Kimi Raikkonen: Hated the rain. Hated the night race. My wife still likes him though. Is this a sign that I should block all Kimi tags and searches in our computer? Damn, she’s got her own laptop.
Tingting Cojuangco: Freaking out over wrinkles and Alzheimer’s.
Lucy Torres-Gomez: Misses having dates with Richard Gomez. Hmm.
Archie: Veronica and Betty
Mr. Wilson: Dennis theMenace
Hey, I must have skipped the other sections and got stuck in the Philstar’s comic section. The last three people I posted with problems are comic characters. Sorry about that. Time to have lunch.