Thursday, March 26, 2009
Jeepneys are always part of Pinoy life. I don't know any pinoy from all walks of life who never been able to ride a jeepney. Even one of my professor wrote a hermeneuticsabout jeepneys. But I really can't tolerate was the jeepney drivers in Cavite. Though, I am studying in a non-traditional program and have classes only on Saturdays,I still carry the name of PUP in my ID. Students are entitled to have student discounts on weekdays but in Cavite, the drivers turned deaf ears upon hearing the word, "Bayad,estudyante po." Earlier before I made the post, I tookthe usual ride from the nearby mall. The mall is not far from the PCU gate that you can even walk if it not consumes time and it was already dark and raining. I always say, "Bayad.Isa. Sa PCU lang ang baba." The driver's deaf ears got worse. "Saan ang bente? Silang. Ilan ito? I answered, "Sa PCU lang. Isa. He kept repeating Silang as if he didn't hear. I was nearing my stop even though he didn't give the right change. So before I went down, I said, "Para. Kulang pa ang sukli?" Funny part is that "para", they can hear perfectly.
Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Playboy Magazine hosted an event last March 20, 2009 at The Source Bar for the launching of it's Anniversary Issue. The event were welcomed by gracious Playboy Bunnies Yahnnie and Jobie. The bloggers were treated in some fun games, sample drinks and witnessed the Playmates featured in the April issue unveiled its cover layout.
Saturday, March 21, 2009
I was a part of the commitee for sending off graduating students and interns this year. Not only I hosted the event but I made customary CDs which include their pictures, a powerpoint presentation, music selections which I see relevant. I had fun and I was privilege to this task.I only hope that they will find this memorable.