screw the status quo. we need change and we need it now. we need not a leader who plays with words and public funds. we need not a leader whose years of service fall under the 'fiction' category. we definitely need not a leader who knows nothing. we require a leader who has conviction, who has the guts to change the seemingly unchangeable. we need... to prepare for 2007. Now.

Saturday, February 14, 2004

Oh... random thoughts are here again... la la la...

1. Thanks to Ahmed who wrote me a letter just today. He is totally right when he mentioned that some of us are really getting tired of being treated as people who have IQs lesser than 70 by politicians. Like me, he is almost to retire from being a couchpotato- got tired of everything seen in Philippine TV. We both agree that teledramas, animes, bad things seen in the news, etc. are some of the main reasons why life as a Filipino has become ridiculous nowadays. Yey, I'm not alone, indeed!

2. I think these are the reasons why Jamby Madrigal did not and will ever ever not make it to a position in the government: First, I think her choice of wardrobe sucks. Please get rid of that big kwelyo, Ms. Madrigal! Second, he smile is soooo irritating. Third, she uses campaign styles (like using cheap tricks, e.g. Judy Ann). Fourth, she contradicts herself as clearly as the sun in a sunny afternoon. (KONTRA POLITIKA?! What the hell does she REALLY mean by that?! I mean, in the first place, she's running for a political position, right?!) Fourth, like Loren, Maceda, and the rest of the useless politicians standing alongside FPJ, she definitely chose the wrong person to campaign for. And lastly, her overall image just isn't fit for the Filipinos' taste. But I guess she's not ready to admit that. So let her spend a lot more money this elections.

3. Driving in EDSA, all you can see are faces. I miss those days of long ago when one could still see big structures that looked like really big Silver Swan soy sauce or Ajinomoto bottles.... You see food in food ads. You see cars, batteries, engine oil when these billboards advertise these products. Now, all you see are people waving their hands, people smiling, people endorsing products or themselves... My point? In Quezon City or in Manila, you can't see the sky anymore. All you see are faces. Faces.

4. I'm tired. Gotta sleep early.

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