It was in September when I wrote about how a typhon became Mindanao’s unconventional promoter.
Month’s later, tropical storm Sendong came to prove natural disasters are no joking matter. It wasn’t as strong as Pedring but it still ravaged parts of northern Mindanao.
It has been over a month since the disaster but the victims are still struggling to recover.
Very recently, parts of Western Visayas was devastated by a magnitude 6.9 earthquake with several strong aftershocks. It left many misplaced, hungry, in bad shape, even traumatized.
There seems to be no end. Calamities are hitting our country one after another.
It’s a trifling thing. What is there we can do to help the least of our brethren stricken by misfortune?
Ako si Isko
The zombies are coming!
The world is on a countdown. A zombie apocalypse is imminent. News is all over the net. The exact time, place and cause remains a mystery but it’s bound to happen. When it does, the zombie apocalypse will plague the world like wildfire.
Well, for the rest of the world maybe.
There’s no question whether a zombie apocalypse will happen but surely, it’ll fail in the Philippines. Why would a zombie apocalypse fail in the Philippines? Continue reading
Ever since planking took to fame via the wondrous worldwide web, people either loved it or hated it.
For most, they loved the comedic beauty of it.
A little bit to the left, bud
For some, they just saw it as lame propaganda.
They obviously don't get it
But a law against planking? Continue reading