1/28/2016 7:37:46 PM
It’s been a roller-coaster ride (as always) as long as the Earth revolves in a 365-day stretch. From January 1 to December 31, we here in the Philippines have seen a lot of a sudden turn of events which leads us into various perspectives as we see it.
With that being said, here are some of the top news which may or may have been shocked us, trended more in our consciousness list, and moreover left an impact on out intellectual side of life.
DOTC secreatry Abaya once said “traffic is not fatal” and also, MRT is safe.
Well, in the society where everyone can be really matiisin at times, yeah right. But are sticking ourselves to that kind of mud? This ain’t dark ages, people. This issue can be really depressing. And though MRT mishaps aren’t comparable to match the disastrous railways systems in India, I think the former has really caught up on his period, plus the maintenance contracts were such an unfortunate business to deal with. Ouch.
Well, traffic is not fatal? I mean, really? Perhaps he’s talking about it as a whole; but what about the protest by the popular religious sect here in the country? There are reports that it claimed one life after being stuck on traffic -- an in the middle of supposedly emergency.
I think either you have to be careful on speaking with the press or hire some speech proofreaders.
Finally, he ran. The hope for this country to rise above corruption (sorry, WWE and John Cena) is back!
The question: really?
I’m afraid that Duterte’s name is at stake because of his bunch of naggers supporters here and abroad. I get it, I liked him as a political personality. But maybe -- on the deeper side of life -- he’s had enough of being tagged to the presidential race that he decided to be in contrast to his previous statements of declining.
As much as I admire him, its a nay for me. P.S. Anyone who dares to threat people who stands against his decision to run should meet his untimely death soon. Fuck you, guys.
The word war between Mar Roxas and Rodrigo Duterte. Yes, and I called it word war because both of these 2016 presidential candidates are just keep on talking about each other.
I might get it that this can be another marketing startegy from the Davao City mayor himself whose been continuously nagged by his supporters to run for the country.
But will the two of you grow the fuck up?
Author: slickmaster | (c) 2016 september twenty-eight productions