Eto na naman ako…

Wow! May blog pa pala ako! After friendster, facebook, twitter at iba pa, nandito pa pala ang blog na ito. Nakatago na ito sa baul ng memorya ko kaya daantaon (weh!) na ang lumipas nang huli ko itong masulyapan, pagpagan ng alikabok at muling sariwain ang mga alaala ng kabaliwan at katinuan.

So, heto ulit. Subok ulit tayo na maghimay ng mga pangyayari sa ating buhay, sa araw-araw at gabi-gabi. Susubok akong muli na magtahi ng nilalaman ng aking magulong isip at pawindang-windang na takbo na buhay.

Ayoko na magbura ng mga naunang naisulat sa mga pahinang ito. Maaring magdulot ng kalituhan sa mga makabasa at makakilala sa akin. Huwag po! Inyo na lamang pong pansinin ang mga petsa at inyo nang maitutugma na ang mga pangyayari sa mga pahinang ito ay halaw sa iba’t ibang panahon ng aking paglalakad.

Isa sa malaking pagbabago ay pinalitan na ni Sweety si Honey. Past. Ex. Had been. My past. Yan na si Honey. Si Sweety ang present. Ang current. Ang source of inspiration. Ang muse of my literary mind. Ang future. Im just saying this para hindi magkaroon ng kalituhan sa mga susunod na pagbabalangkas ng mga kwento at istorya sa mga susunod na araw at panahon. (WEH!)

Anyway, sabi ko nga sige subukan ko ulit! subok lang ha!…

PNoy and Hotdogs

By Agence France-Presse, Updated: 9/24/2010

Criticism over Philippine leader’s New York hotdog binge

President Benigno Aquino’s spokesman on Friday defended the Philippine leader’s culinary tastes after newspapers showed him eating hotdogs in New York, where he attended a UN summit.

The 50-year-old bachelor came in for heavy criticism on social networking websites for his street-side food trips.

“Two views here — not presidential or down-to-earth. He loves to eat hotdogs. When in the US you would like to try the hotdogs,” his spokesman Edwin Lacierda told reporters.

“That was not scripted. He was looking forward to it.”

Aquino, who comes from a wealthy family, has sought to portray himself as the opposite of predecessor Gloria Arroyo, once criticised for treating her entourage to a 20,000-dollar meal at the famous New York restaurant Le Cirque.

Aquino had pledged to be frugal in his ongoing US visit, his first foreign trip as leader, bringing only a small delegation with him.

But visitors on Aquino’s popular Facebook account begged to differ.

“Do we really need this?,” wrote one anonymous commentator.

“What if the food is poisoned?”

Lacierda said Aquino spent 54 dollars to treat himself and members of his cabinet — as well as Filipino reporters — to hotdogs, while stressing that the president has also since gone to a steak house and eaten pasta.

Eh saan ba talaga lulugar ang tao sa inyo?….hmmmp

(from http://news.ph.msn.com/regional/article.aspx?cp-documentid=4355395)