Put The Little Girl To Sleep

Operation “Put The Little Girl To Sleep”

From neck brace and Minerva vest support, to loss of appetite and diarrhea, to inflammation of the large intestine,….. I wondered a few days ago what will they think of next just to fish for sympathy and avoid being taken into a detention cell? I thought the next possible scenario when they ran out of illnesses, rare diseases and legal remedies, was going to be “possession by a foreign evil spirit” and their excuse to leave the country would be “To consult an exorcist abroad who could speak and understand the foreign evil’s language”.

I was definitely wrong.


To Always Keep Our Sanity

“To always keep her privileged freedom,

sometimes she needs to go sicko !”

You better believe it.

I am really flabbergasted with what the XPGMA camp is concocting every time they hit a brick wall or obstacle from the Aquino administration.

But, on the positive side, I’m learning  a lot of highfalutin or high-flown bombastic language from the medical field.


We Don’t See Things As They Are

“We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are.” – Anais Nin

I couldn’t interpret or give meaning to this saying without sounding  a bit intellectually precocious yet somewhat emotionally stunted and amoral. We could each have our own valid and acceptable interpretation.

But for the meantime, let’s just have some fun:

1. Pag sinabi bang “Put the Little Girl To Sleep”, di ba pwedeng si Mahal muna bago sabihing si Gloria?

2. Pag sinabi bang “Abnoy”, di ba pwedeng si Budoy muna bago isiping si NoyNoy ?

3. Pag sinabi bang “May hinahanap akong basic lang na hahanapin ng isang babae sa isang boyfriend, sa isang lalaki” , di ba pwedeng “Bisexual” muna bago i-conclude na full-pledge “Becky”?

4. Pag sinabi bang ” She refused to eat any food”, di ba pwedeng walang ganang kumain muna bago i-declare as  “Anorexia Nervosa”?

5. Pag sinabi bang “I trust my clients will come back”, di ba pwedeng disbarment muna bago i-offer ang “family jewels”?

6. Pag sinabi bang “There’s animosity among the siblings”, di ba pwedeng mag “grounding” muna bago mag-hire ng killers?

7. Pag sinabi bang “Merry Christmas” sa Customs at airport, di ba pwedeng “thoughtful” muna bago sabihing nanghuhuthot ng pamasko?

8. Pag sinabi bang “hospital arrest”, di ba pwedeng Veteran’s Memorial Medical Center muna bago St. Lukes Medical Center?

8. Pag sinabi bang “Zubiri had participation in the Maguindanao election cheating”, di ba pwedeng accusation muna bago tawaging “demolition job”?

9. Pag sinabi bang “Ipamigay ng libre ang Hacienda Luisita”, di ba pwedeng yung mga sugar canes muna bago ang mga lupa?”

10. Pag sinabi bang ” I should inhibit”, di ba pwedeng “magpigil sa pang-gigigil” muna bago sabihing “I excuse myself from Court?”

Circle of Bullies

Those bullied before have become today’s bullies.

Later they will again be the bullied.

Circle of bullies.


Andres Bonifacio Day

The Father of the Philippine Revolution

Andres Bonifacio is considered as the “Father of the Philippine Revolution”. He is the founder and “Supremo” (leader) of the independence movement against Spain, the Kataastaasan Kagalang-galang na Katipunan nang nga Anak ng Bayan(KKK), or simply known as the Katipunan. He is also a member of La Liga Filipina, just like Jose Rizal. La Liga is a movement to achieve reforms in the Philippines through peaceful means. When these efforts did not bear fruit, Bonifacio subsequently came to believe that independence could be achieved through an armed revolution, thus creating the Katipunan in 1892.


St. Andrew’s Feast Day

Patron Saint of Fishermen

St. Andrew, whose feast day is November 30th, is the patron saint for fishermen. Andrew, like his brother, Simon Peter, was a fisherman. He became a disciple of the great St. John the Baptist, but when John pointed to Jesus and said, “Behold the Lamb of God!” Andrew understood that Jesus was greater. At once he left John to follow the Divine Master. Jesus knew that Andrew was walking behind him, and turning back, he asked, “what do you seek?” When Andrew answered that he would like to know where Jesus lived, Our Lord replied, “Come and see.” Andrew had been only a little time with Jesus when he realized that this was truly the Messiah.

    From then on, he decided to follow Jesus. Andrew was thus the first disciple of Christ. Next, Andrew brought his brother Simon (St. Peter) to Jesus and Jesus received him, too, as His disciple.


November 30 is not only Bonifacio Day

For the Non-Pinoys and those that do not recognize the guy on the right, that’s Andrew E. (during his younger years), a once very famous rapper (“Humanap Ka Ng Panget” popularity) and TV/movie comedian in the Philippines.

Of course the guy on the left is Andres Bonifacio (a tapang a tao) 🙂

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