Yeahha…Thought I’ll put this here. Away from AP.
As BenK puts it
You know you are starting to make a difference when you really start pissing people off, it just goes with the territory. There is no available legal recourse for her to do anything, if she wants to make a complete fool of herself in Federal Court she can go ahead and give it a try, but no one should even dignify her tantrum with a response otherwise.
> March 11, 2010 at 6:23 pm
> Hahaha — sinabi na nga mga duwag iyang mga iyan, e. They took down quite a few of the offensive articles na. Natakot yata sila kay leytenian. 😉 Lalo’ng lalo na yung chef d’oeuvre ni Bong na entitled: “Alice in Tililing Land,” all about yours truly. Di nila alam may mga screen shot na pala kami… 😀
Actually, the post was taken down as a gesture of goodwill to Reyna Elena, who despite our differences, has kept her composure – La Capitana’s got class.
> Sabi ng Mom niya, he’s really troubled — ever since pala. Black sheep.
Proud to be a black sheep – always will.. born one, will die one.
> Doesn’t like women (twice divorced; no success ever since)
I absolutely like women, but not just women, I want a woman who I can really connect with. That’s why I got divorced twice, so I can get a third one.
Unfortunately, the Philippines has Jurassic outdated family laws. Thank goodness for countries that allow divorce – oh thank you thank you Uncle Sam. I have the opportunity to redress a marriage that has already broken down. 😛
> and looks down on the Philippines.
I look down on the idiotic behavior which causes the Philippines misery. I seek to quell such behavior so that the Philippines may be relieved of such burden – and rise to its full potential.
> And he’s still receiving money from his parents pala. Poor guy.
Reading comprehension alert! Figment of the imagination.
> March 11, 2010 at 6:48 pm
> P.S. Resentful daw because he could never live down being unfavorably compared to his Dad on a constant basis. As they say, the baggage of unaccomplishment…
Wrong. That’s the herd mentality talking. Pinoys have this expectation that if your dad is a doctor, you too, should be a doctor, or if your mom is a lawyer, you too should be a lawyer. I don’t want to be a doctor, I don’t want to be a lawyer – I want something different, and I am doing something different right. I’d like to go with a global conglomerate and learn the ropes of the trade which I can use a couple of years down the line. Unfortunately, I can’t talk about what I do due to non-disclosure agreements – this enough I can say – I found it!
This comment from Karl Garcia however –
March 11, 2010 at 7:32 pm
moving on to Bong.
Bong calls himsels sanamagan.
His father was a director of a hospital in Davao, why should he compare himself to his dad, iba ang niche nya, more on supply chain management and IT.
I could never compare myself to the accomplishments of my dad, I am a sanamgan myself,but I am not proud of it,nor should I be bitter about it.
I am hoping that this name calling attacks against one’s person and everything improper that goes along with it would soon end.
Karl, close enough, excellent point… that just sent me LOLing – though am not volunteering information – keep them guessing.
They were about to say what right do I have to say what I say wala naman akong nagawa sa Pilipinas. Only to be surprised, I don’t go around proclaiming what I have done for the Philippines, I just do it. It is precisely because I have seen with my own two eyes – the effects of the Pinoy dysfunction on the future – the children in the schools – who cannot vote – who have no voice – whose futures are impacted by the idiotic behavior of the Pinoys of today.