Imagine that you’re at work and you find out you left your mobile phone at home. It happens to everyone, eventually. You’re in a rush to go and just assume your phone is in your pocket like it always is.
Pretty embarrassing but it’s not like you can’t just rush home to get it. Besides, who’s going to miss you?
Now,imagine that you’re the President of the Republic of the Philippines. And you’re in the US.
Now imagine that it’s not 1999 anymore when people didn’t check their phones every few minutes.
Honk if you love Noynoy, or if I cut you off
Using illegal sirens, driving on the opposite lane, overtaking from the right; for people who want genuine change, you guys are pretty committed to doing things the old way.
(photo from Malaya Business Insight)
If there’s a jeje cap, there’s also a jeje tent. I’m just saying.
Much ado has been made about Liberal presidential candidate Benigno Aquino III’s alleged depression when he was 19, and when he was in his thirties.
Both reports have been shown to be fake, but what’s more troubling, really, aside from the depths that politicians stoop to for a win, is how stupid everyone is being over depression itself.