Every weekend, Indolent Indio tries to come out with a short and hastily-done roundup of things weâ€™ve found on the Internet (pinoy chapter, of course.) Quality, quantity, content, and success may vary.
The Philippine military is considering a Cold War-era ship-lease scheme with the United States to help contain Red China!
An LGBT group believes there have been 28 deaths this year from hate crimes against lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transgendered Filipinos. Of 103 death since 1996, 42 have been in Metro Manila. Meanwhile, UP Diliman’s Oblation (it’s just a model) dressed in drag for a Pride march this week, but was still quite naked, really.
Journalist and blogger Raissa Robles on Mayor Sara Duterte, who punched a court sheriff in the face Friday: “She was on the wrong side of the law but on the right side of right. ” Manila City Mayor Alfredo Lim (Motto: “The Law Applies To All Or Else None [Sic] At All”) says he would have done the same thing.
Meanwhile, BusinessWorld columnist Luis Teodoro writes about someone else who broke the law and who thought he was on the right side of right.
Story on actress Maricel Soriano’s maid on GMA News Online: â€˜Dinirty finger niya po kamiâ€™
Also, she apparently beat her up.
And here is activist band Talahib singing “Bumangon ka, Igorotan” for the Igorots, who, as comedian Candy Pangilinan knows, are our common ancestors.