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My previous idea wasn’t implemented because of time constraints as COMELEC had barely a month since considering my plan. With this came a series of disasters, with the most prominent being Nancy Binay getting a senatorial seat. The fact that my idea didn’t come in time puts her existential mistake on my hands.

And so, I came up with something way ahead of time: a new plan for the 2016 nationwide presidential elections and for the subsequent elections if this works flawlessly, which isn’t something to be worried about because it is awesome. Did you read the title? It says “awesome election idea” and not a single “meh” or “lame” is in it.

This new election idea is basically rooted on one thing: Pinoy Big Brother. Seeings as how the show’s success can be greatly attributed to the fact that most Filipinos would would get out of their way to watch people act like complete conformists on national TV, I thought: “Why not turn politicians into housemates?”.

A voice inside me then said “Holy shit.” – my subconscious mind reaffirming me of my rightness.

In theory this would accomplish a couple of things in one awesome and fun run. Benefits compared to the boring, old way include:

  • Free publicity – With all candidates getting free air time on TV, huge-ass amounts of money would be saved by not spending for personal campaign adverts. Mother Nature is also happy here – less physical media means less pollution (unless of course one candidate doesn’t care about everybody else just to get ahead of the others, which is a huge possibility considering the nature of people)
  • Air time for debates – By forcing the masses to watch Pinoy Big Brother: Politics Edition, a substantial amount of regular voters would be turned into informed voters since the housemates are bound to argue with each other at some point – leading to debates. This way less people would be committing atrocities, like actually voting for Nancy Binay.
  • Personality exposure – Skill and personality should go hand in hand. By showing people how political candidates interact with each other on national TV, people would be aware of each’s personalities and would be able to make judgments whether a person is terrible or not. If you don’t think this is important, think of all the poor souls who voted for Nancy Binay.
  • A lot more! (because I don’t know anything about politics except the rampant bullshit)

If you’re still not convinced, think of the future. Do you really want someone like Nancy Binay be in charge of important things in our beloved country? Do you want all of us to continue going down in a downward spiral?

Funny, isn't it? Cracks me up every time.

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May 29, 2013 at 3:37 am

Metal is beautiful.

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Being a metal fan is hard. Living in a country with low metal fan density (metal fans per unit area [citation needed]) is even harder.

The past couple of years that I have been listening to this godsend of a genre were not without problems.  When people take a peek at my music library, skim through the titles, and even accidentally play them, I always get comments like “I’m listening to the devil’s music”. It even goes as far as calling me someone who’s satanic just because the word “devil” is in the album’s title. Cool conclusion.

But I’m not writing this to vent out anger, or to force-feed you my opinion that metal is the greatest byproduct of human evolution.


I’m writing this to show you that metal can be beautiful.

I understand that there are metal subgenres and bands out there that stain the metal name, but I won’t be going through those.

Whatever is best is subjective. Metal, specifically melodic death metal, is best. That’s at least for me. There are a lot of metal subgenres, but I picked these to prove my point.

If this is too long and you don’t like reading, skip to my last paragraph.

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December 24, 2012 at 10:26 am

Fr. Jejemon. Verdict? Just. Plain. Stupid.

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One of the first questions one might ask after reading the title would be this – “Seriously, have you spent hard cash on something that’s not even worthy of being called a movie?”

My answer to that would be…No. If ever the time would come that I would answer that with a yes, prepare yourself and say your final prayers because that would mean it’s the end of the world.

Other possible questions a NORMAL PERSON would ask after watching the movie’s trailer:

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January 5, 2011 at 10:32 am

Jejemons: What is there to hate?

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Lately, I have seen a lot of senseless fan profiles on Facebook. Most of these are those that have somewhat some illogical hatred against Jejemons. A lot of them, to my dismay, are too disrespectful. They upload screenshots of these so called “Jejemons” on their wall photos for other people to ridicule upon.

On one of that group of fan profiles, there was one that me and my friend really attacked. To our surprise, they were stupid enough not to understand what we were talking about. We failed in sending our message to them, but, I have learned one more thing about Filipino pop culture.

A few moments after we wrote our complaint on their status, a few other people replied. They branded us as Jejemons without proof. Significance of this? A lot of people are STUPID. They listen to every single thing people tell them. They comply to pop culture as if it was their religion. They fight for nothing.

Let’s get to the real discussion here. What in the world is there to hate about Jejemons?

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May 1, 2010 at 10:38 am