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Now would be a good time to discuss things, but I can’t since I’m in a wee bit of a hurry.  Highly unusual, but I’ll just blog about important bloggable ekkk when I do have the time.  Here goes:

From Experiment Headquarters:

Rom Sedona, one of my favorite bloggers, has just opened up a can of cyberspace whoop-ass in the form of Smoke.ph.  Please, do drop by her new website.  Congratulations Rom, sweet you rock, and sweet you roll.

The Republic of Marocharim has just expanded to include a new blog I made to store what passes to be “poetry.”  The blog is called No Ordinary Sunshine.  If you want to take a break from the usual angry ranting blogging here, head on over there and have some cheesy uncharacteristic romantic sappiness.

After 4 years of blogging and a lot of writing work, I have yet to decide if I should start Podcasting.  I just hope I could get over my mumbling in time when I do start up the MaroCast.

News and Opinions:

Speaking of angry ranting bloggers, Alex Magno’s column in The Philippine STAR yesterday talks about “self-regulation” in blogging.  While I do believe that the good professor makes many good points in his article, it would have been prudent if he shied away from an argument where he less-than-objectively examines the issue on the basis of Pangandaman being one of his golfing buddies.  More on that when I feel like it.

All this talk about Barack Obama is good, but I think we should put things into context; our admiration for Obama must take into account that we are merely recipients of manna from American heaven.  I will rant about it again when I feel like it, but here’s a revisit that explains my position on the issue of what I perceive – as a personal opinion – to be an unhealthy fascination with President Obama.

Reading the papers today (online versions) brought me to quite a few interesting stories on police monitoring nightclubs for drugs.  My position – which i will rant about when I feel like it – is that we will never get rid of the drug menace (if it is) if we keep on going after users.  See, all the marijuana-burning and PR stunts in Government investigations you’ll do will not solve the drug problem.  To keep things simple: go after damn pusher.

Today’s Random Lyrics Translations… Yes, We Still Have Time For This Sh*t

Can You Forgive Me Love

Translation of “Ipagpatawad Mo” by VST and Co.

Can you forgive me love, if it seemed like a demand
Oh lady, my love, I hope you understand
I know, it’s only yesterday, that you and I met
But somehow I feel that I cannot leave you yet
Can you forgive me love, if I seem to be confused

I can’t blame you love, if you still have your doubts
That the trust you have, it can’t be handed out
I know, it’s only yesterday, that you and I met
But somehow I feel that I cannot leave you yet
Can you forgive me love, if I seem to be confused

Oh, you know I loved you right away
Oh, you know I loved you right way
Can you forgive me love, oh…
Oh… oh… whoa…

I hope you can forgive me love
I know it was too fast, too pressed for time
But you know that all of this is oh so true

(Can you forgive me love)
Oh, you know I loved you right away
(Can you forgive me love)
Oh, you know I loved you right away
(Can you forgive me love)
Oh… oh… oh…

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