Sunday, May 2, 2010

Smash and Elections.


Sunday, 6.47PM.

My friend and I went outside to play Badminton. We roamed around town for a quiet street to get our game on. After an hour of playing, we went to the Plaza to watch a basketball game and eat Pizza. Then we went home. Now I'm awfully tired.

I like it when I'm tired especially when I did something that is essential to my development and growth as a person.

Now I'm craving for something new to do. Hit up the gym for exercise, play Badminton regularly, try new things like Kart Racing and other stuff. I'm the type of person who can't just sit around and do nothing. I gotta move my ass else I would just be bombarded with my thoughts.

And there are some things I don't wanna think about.

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Monday, 10.52AM.

This segment is written in Tagalog. Regarding the Philippine Elections. Questioning the integrity of the Filipinos. Excuse my language.

Pilipinas, papakabobo at papadala ba tayo sa mga kasinungalingan at mga pangakong hindi naman matutupad ng mga kumakandidato sa pagka-Pangulo? Ganito nalang ba ang kahihinatnan ng bansang ipinaglaban ang kanyang kalayaan at mga karapatan? Bakit ba tayo ganito, bakit ba hindi tayo mag-isip? Bakit ba ilang taon na tayong nagpapa-alipin at nagpapaka-bobo? Ganito nalang ba tayo palagi?

Ang problema sa mga Pilipino ngayon ay kung anong makikita nila palagi sa telebisyon at mga pahayagan, yun ang kanilang iboboto. Puta, nakakahiya naman tayo kung dun lang nating pagbabasehan.

Nalilimutan na yata natin ang rason kung bakit tayo may mga utak. Hindi ba tayo nagsasawang matawag na bobo?

Ang laban na ito ay hindi dapat sa pagitan ni Manny Villar at Noynoy Aquino. Ang laban na ito ay dapat Gibo Teodoro at Dick Gordon. Kung Gordon ka o Gibo pero iboboto na lamang si Villar o si Noynoy dahil silang dalawa lang naman ang maglalaban, nahihiya ako para sa iyo. Panindigan mo ang boto mo. Putangina, parang awa mo na.

Much Love,
HalfCrazy

29 comments:

RoseBelle said...

Staying active is very good not only for your health but also to keep you going. Staying at home and doing nothing is really a time waster. Life is short so get the most out of everyday.

gillboard said...

Go Gordon... kahit kapangalan ko si Gibo... hehehe

I don't know kung sadyang tamad lang ako, but sometimes i prefer to just sit my ass off and sleep.

maybe because i'm deprived of it.

Uncle Lee said...

Hi Half Crazy, I love badminton, but have not played since 1971! If I play with you, can give me 12 points? Ha ha. Service over, Lee.

Jay said...

I used to hit the gym almost everyday. Now, not so much. I need to get back into it. My favorite sport to play is basketball. But, I haven't played in forever. Probably couldn't run the floor one time now. haha

HalfCrazy said...

@ROSEBELLE - Well said, I agree with everything you wrote!

@GILL - Haha hoy, deprived rin yata ako nun pero hindi ko nalang pinapansin. Stressed out tuloy ako. Haha! 7-8 hours lang talaga ang tulog ko every 24 hours! Get your ass moving! Haha!

@UNCLE LEE - I don't consider myself very good so if I give you 12 points in advance, I might not be able to chase it anymore and you'd win. LOL!

@JAY - Maybe it's time to get back into shape? Haha goodluck with that!

domjullian said...

Go for Gordon tayo!

Puss-in-Boots said...

Hi Halfcrazy (I bet you're not!),

Thank you for visiting. Yes, my daughter is going to have another garage sale in the summer. I think the GFC has a lot to do with people not buying, being short of cash.

Good luck with the exercise. I do yoga, which I love!.

steve said...

Yeah you right...being sedantary usually makes the mind wander....stay active....cant read the other part....but i agree with you...zman sends

Rachel Cotterill said...

Badminton and pizza sounds good to me :)

yvonne said...

Hi there, engaging with exercise or sports are healthy choice of activities. More and more youngsters are just sitting in front of their PCs, playing online games for 18 hours a day, and only come out for food or toilet.

Way to go, HalfCrazy. Btw, I love yoga and aerobics the most and I continue my "exercise" at home - chasing my kids around the house :)

Ebie said...

I used to play badminton in HS, and was so physically fit and paytot, biro mo 100 # lang ako noon!

Ngayon, hindi na ako nag gym, hiking nalang...

I hope, really hope, the people will choose the right man to lead our country.

Gledwood said...

I'm glad you warned me the 2nd section was in Tagalog ~ otherwise I'd be convinced I was suddenly afflicted with severe dyslexia!

Re the English bit: you're right, it is very important to keep control of our own thought process, otherwise all manner of havoc may ensure...

;->...

Gledwood said...

ps the lady who used to work at our local post office spoke Tagalog... "what strange type of Chinese is that with no tones?" I wondered... (the vast majority of Oriental people here in London are of Chinese origin ~ they're nearly always Cantonese-speakers, at least the ones who live here are)... then she told me TAGALOG and I thought wow! I had never met someone from the Phillipines before ;->...

Mark said...

It is important to be active. It is even more important to be still and allow those thoughts you are avoiding to flow through you. To avoid our thoughts is a game that ends badly. Be here, be in the now and allow your thoughts to flow.

Me-shak said...

good for you, you have started playing badminton :D I wish i could have some of your "not keep my ass in one place" stuff :D I die to keep my bottom in one place.I didn't understand jack of you have written in your language :D
Cheers!

docgelo said...

the first part revealed to me that you're active and into sports, nice! the second part made me nearly speechless. nonetheless, i'm casting my vote on monday as a responsible tax payer and a dutiful dad to my son.

Raft3r said...

i still think there is hope
tanga ba ako?
hehe

Sidney said...

Tomorrow is a very important day !
Lets hope for a good and enlightened president !

lisaschaos said...

Pizza sounds great! But it's also great to get out and about. :)

Raft3r said...

kamusta eleksyon sanyo?
was it a smash?
;P

Uncle Lee said...

Hi, if free drop by my place, have something for you, Lee.

Heart of Rachel said...

My hubby loves playing badminton. I used to play with him but I stopped for now because I'm a little preoccupied at home.

The Nomadic Pinoy said...

I admire the boldness of your statements - talagang pampagising. I agree with your statements. Kulang na kulang sa political maturity ang karamihan ng mga Pinoy.

jackc50 said...

haven't read or blogged for awhile.....nice to see you back. hard to read your blog, words and background too similar. maybe it's just me....take care, jack c

BlogusVox said...

Hehe. Ganyan din akong mag salita noong kabataan ko. Mas masahol pa dahil nakikipag patentiro pa kami sa mga pulis.

Pero kalaunan, sa kakabasa ko ng mga libro, napagtanto kong hinde lang ganyan kadaling hikayatin ang ating mga kababayan.

Maraming "factors" ang dapat nating isaalang-alang. Una na ang ekonomiya sumunod ang edukasyon at malakas at independenteng "middle class".

Lahat na yan malilinawan mo rin balang araw. : )

hoshi said...

aray ko naghuhumidik sa galit ah. hehehe

hayyyy ano na lang masasabi mo sa kasunod ni Noynoy sa resulta ng election.

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and tama ka mabubuhay lang ang masyadong pagiging torete pag laging nakatunganga at walang ginagawa

zman said...

Half Crazy

Hey, i still here...been on shelf cause of health...i still read your blog...still one of my favs,,,,,,,,,zman sends

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