Saturday, March 13, 2010

Sipping from a candidate's cup.

3/13/2010 1:51 AM

Elections are nearing, campaigns are going here and there. And as it seems, everywhere you look, you'll see the face of a candidate smiling at you and BIG BIG BOLD campaign slogans overwhelm you even in your sleep. (not to mention a viral melody that's more contagious than the latest strain of AH1N1 virus) I really try hard not to get annoyed by all these things just because I think it's a waste of time and effort in doings so but something very interesting happened to me earlier yesterday. It was another hot day in the city of Baguio and then i decided to buy a cool refreshment in a nearby convenience store. And to my surprise, a high stack of green cups welcomed me to the refreshment section. What's so extraordinary about that that I decided to put it up on this minute page of mine? Well, this stack of green cups has a face of a presidentiable on them. Yup, you read right. A face of a presidentiable and a tag line that says : "make your vote count" if my memory serves me right.

I was like 'Aah. Ayos a. Pati dito ba naman.' I'll admit, it's a nice move, not only do you get a cool drink but you also get a handheld campaign material. Cool. Great. Plus, it's green. I wonder if they'll also make orange and yellow cups too. Hmm. I guess there's only way to find out: Imma go grab another cup of my oh-so-good cool drink.

On the spot. Impromptu. Spontaneous. BC 105 showcases students' own news program productions.

3/13/2010 1:22 am

Just last Tuesday, March 9, the BC 105 classes
under Mr. Michael Jensen Garcia, launched the public screening of the news programs produced by the two BC 105 classes. Students flocked to the Galeriya Kordilyera to watch the news programs produced by the students.

Different reactions were given by the students who watched the program, and most of these reaction came from the classes who participated in the launch. Many covered their faces when the time came for their program to run. Applaud, laughter and hooting filled the air as the programs ran.

Among those who were present in the launc
h was Prof. Jimmy Fong, department chair for the College of Arts and Communications. The launch is also a part of the two-week long celebration of the CAC week.

Saturday, March 6, 2010


3/6/2010 11:30 pm

Session Road is crawling with people and is carpeted with lights like the sky is with the stars. And amidst this sea of people haggling for different stuff was me swimming with the crowd, also haggling, looking for good buys. Bumps here, bumps there, food here, food there. Rinse and repeat. But still, there I was, looking for a perfect buy. And who'd have thought, at the end of my little cruise was that I'll end up finding my self three perfectly good deals. BUT. I feel guilty buying those things, maybe because in the back of my head, i was still thinking about the thing I'm preparing for. I don't know if this is good or not though. I just feel guilty, that's all. Guilty and candidly happy. i also found my self trying my shoes bought with guilt. Funny. Haha! Guilty with spending my parents' money but looking like a grinning like kid who just got the number one toy in his little, poorly scribbled wish list.

Oh, the lights and sounds of Session Road in bloom, how you mesmerize me with your unpredictability and good buy's.