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.

Tuesday, December 07, 2004


I just hate it when people doubt my existence. Why, people? Am I just too good to be real?

"Ikaw ba talaga yan?"

"Totoo bang ikaw si Katie?"

"How would I know if you're the one who's in the blog?"

I don't need to prove myself. For those who'd send me a message (through Yahoo! Messenger, Friendster or email), if you're up to the challenge of proving whether or not I exist, then go take your questions with you and get a life!



Blogger GeeDot said...

you gotta accept've reached celebrity status. :P ...Forgive the guys and gals, they probably think you broke the mold. speaking of celebrities, how and where can someone issue a challenge to our movie makers? I still watch pinoy movies not because of the actors or (ackkkk) the storyline (bleech), but to see "home" in action. Half-way across the world, a displaced pinoy can't help but miss home despite the situation in politics, economy, etc. Can't someone or a group even try to produce movies with depth and substance. Heck, some group produced "Batibot" which is a good start...but c'mon give me something else other than teen-love, oppressed OFWs, supernatural folk heroes, action movies with unlimited ammo... writers need to start a new myth - one that would shape the minds of people, one that would give lead them to be insipired to aspire after their dreams, one that would make people believe in heroes again, heroes with integrity, honor, and values. can someone give us this?

10:42 AM

Blogger Katie said...

Let's just hope the next Okay Ka, Fairy ko movie would meet our standards. :)

11:54 PM

Blogger GeeDot said...

Believe it or not, I do remember that show (from a long, long time ago in a land far, far away). I had big crushes each on the leading ladies for that show. Sadly, now that I am older, there were many a show that I have watched in my youth that had very little substance. The movies of late that I have developed great appreciation are Bend it Like Beckham and The Terminal - two not-so-crazily budgeted movies with substance and depth. Please give me something that I can take with me home from the movie theatres. Lessons, experiences that can lead a person to greater inner discovery and better regard towards oneself and others.

2:51 AM

Blogger Katie said...

hmmm... i won't say life-changing, but these are the movies that, I think, have affected me in some way...

1. Powder
2. Notting Hill
3. Lord of the Rings (Friendship = "If I can't carry it for you... I will carry you!"
4. Phenomenon
5. The Butterfly Effect (Change one thing, change everything.)
6. Phone Booth

3:05 AM

Blogger GeeDot said...


Thanks for sharing a list of movies. Any Filipino movies? Milan had somewhat of an impact on me.


5:16 AM

Blogger Matapoor said...

baka fans? hehe

6:09 AM

Blogger AKILEZ said...

Movies to watch my fellow Blogger Kuno. (Temporary topic).

Chinese,Japs, Indian and Filipino movies (w/ english subtitles).

1) The Eye
2) Beijing Bicycle
3) The Hero
4) Ringu or Rangu (The original Japanese version of "The Ring")
5) The Monsoon Wedding
6) American Adobo
7) The Debut

American movies,independent films and old movies.
Some are Psychological Thriller movies.

1) Gods and Generals
2) American History X
3) Sling Blade
4) Summer of 42 (my fav)
5) Hannibal
6) The Red Dragon
7) Big Fish
8) Heat
9) 8mm
10) Gothika
11) Resident Evil Trilogy (the movie)

1) Syphon Filter
2) Medal of Honor games
3) Command and Conquer
5) Metal Gear

That's all folks!!!!!

10:52 AM

Blogger GeeDot said...

8mm (Nick Cage) was a disturbing movie. Grabe heavy scenes and theme. The worst part was a passing reference about the Philippines...

4:49 AM

Blogger AKILEZ said...

That's true Geedot....Especially what happened to the young white girl who ran away from home.

7:24 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any of you heard of an italian film called "Salo or 120 days of sodom"? that is the most disturbing movie you will ever see in this life time


2:16 PM

Blogger Jac said...

hay nako katie, they just want to provoke you enough to get your attention :p masanay ka na ;)

6:29 PM


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