je m'appele GangrelScientist en le jeour. j'espere mon monito/monita est un la femme. i find it easier to buy stuff for them.
kim asked me if i had seen snow. it is going to snow ce week-end. c'est une peu bizarre, tu sais. c'est mon dernier week-end et il neige. i look at snow and i feel sad. much like what im anticipating to feel when i get on board the final flight back. its not just the money, people have the wrong idea about why i get depressed over this. its not even about the pretty people. its about having choices here. that i dont have when im back there. (sigh) mon mantra du jour "patience .. max .. patience"
au sujet de fpj. how does one sleep knowing he single-handedly caused the drop of the peso, just by his announcement of candidacy. (it causes the value of our money to drop, if i was earning 10k yesterday i will be earning 10k today but ill be able to buy less because my 10k had devalued). what kind of excuse his cohorts came up with to convince themselves his running is the best for the country. when you know a decision will cause the plunge of a nation into a deeper mess, would you take it? i dont care if he has no political experience. experience is no guarantee to an honest and good governance. i dont even care if he is from the entertainment industry. his past, rationally speaking, has nothing to do with what he is to be in the future. and it is only in the future that i am concerned about.
"should we limit the right of suffrage to the educated" - randy david. i am honestly tempted to say yes. democracy is endangered.
i would like to know his motivation for running. how is he going to achieve his goals. having him (and the rest of the candidates) on the stand is the only way to find out, minus the lawyer talk of comprehensive reforms et patati et patata. we need sincerity and rationality in our leaders (being smart and aware of the laws couldnt hurt).