While dogging myself over character designs and refining details for our mobile theme proposals, I was grinning like Joker after killing Robin. Agh. That’s too ghastly a comparison. Anyway, I can’t help myself, running on caffeine and a lot less food when I’m in my creative mood. But Music and talk radio I definitely need to keep the juices going. It so happens that the Senate Inquiry caught me fancy, being the ZTN and Jun Lozada‘s magical mystery tour got front page slots. In spurts, let me tell you what I heard and understood while being a complete recluse that starts at friday and ends at monday evening:
> If Jun Lozada is as evil as those that hound him, then, at this point in time, during this inquiry, he comes off a martyr, nay a hero compared to those who dismiss him as a heretic.
> The PNP or the PSPO follows the chain of command closely that they don’t know where or whom will give the order, and trusts the driver more than the usual common sense.
> Valeroso’s got his 15 minute shot at fame.
> Jamby is a s pompous brat.
> Enrile is a pompous old man. Feels like he’s the only one with better things to do.
> Estradas have no business asking questions.
> Joker has used up his usefulness. He has become what he despised the most.
> You can get past Customs. Really.
> If the La Salle Brothers would find ME seeking sanctuary, instead of Jun Lozada, who is obviously far wealthier than what they wanted us to believe, they’d probably slam the door shut and wait for the pizza.
> Security at the airport is a pushover.
> With the onslaught of technology, our surveillance and security measures are a bit outdated.More like 1991.
> Mike keeps Php 50K lying around in his car, or in his glove compartment, just in case.
and more to say, but the rest was pure comedy. I even visualized Jamby getting goosebumps at the mention of “DURA”. . . . hee-hee!
> Nobody felt the need to cross reference all these stuff to those statements, if any, by ZTE bigwigs. Sheesh. Common sense is absolutely absent.