New Year’s Resolutions For Every Filipino

1. Huwag maging pikon. 2. Henceforth, all LOLCats are just cats with bad grammar. They lost their LOLs, and will not have any pie. 3. No politician can instantly save us from poverty. We’re voting for a president, not Jesus. At any rate, he’d be disqualified as a nuisance candidate. I will act accordingly. 4. […]

Campaign of Compromise

With magic man, and senator, Francis “Chiz” Escudero’s decision not to run for president (or at all) in 2010, our hopes of a perfect tandem have forever been shattered. Indolent Indio had been waiting to throw our support behind a superhero team up of Senator Richard Gordon with Escudero as his VP if for nothing […]

No good deed…

Just so you know who to thank:

Maling Akala

With at least half of the posts on Sen. Manuel Villar, Jr.’s pre-campaign campaign website blatantly singing him praises, there really is one logical conclusion to make. Of course, there are also legitimate posts on his website. Like this one that reduced me to inconsolable weeping : As always, the comment thread is open for […]

Indio Internet Weekly Digest 4

Every weekend, Indolent Indio comes out with a short and hastily-done roundup of things we’ve found on the Internet (pinoy chapter, of course.) Quality, quantity and content may vary. — Vice President De Castro wins overpriced, low-quality swag, loses P100 thousand to Aowa scammers. Hay Men! still getting hits over basically the same joke. SilentSketcher […]


Let it not be said that the men and women of the Armed Forces of the Philippines do not try their best to make lemonade from lemons. In the proverbial sidewalk of life, these guys squeeze every bit of juice and pulp to put in their lemonade. Which doesn’t quite mean that they cannot be […]

Lito Lapid: Harbinger Of Doom

As you may (or not) already know, there was a coup in the Senate of the Philippines earlier this evening. Those in the media will say that they were tipped off by sources, or that someone had leaked information about the secret resolution to withdraw support from then-Senate President Manuel Villar. But, really, the first […]