WeBlog Vents

What happened to my productivity? Well, they dipped for a bit.  My school's semestral break for us college students commenced last Saturday, yet my class had to extend its school days to three more due to a transportation strike - which affected the examination schedule. So, I was busy with school works and projects that… Continue reading WeBlog Vents


Smart Shaming Everywhere

I am not an idiot to not recognize smart-shaming when it happens. No matter how unintentional it is, the subtlety says something more. In my country, anti-intellectualism is the norm unacknowledged. Meaning, most men put on a facade that discourses about the importance of intelligence, yet disparages people who displays a brilliant mind. It saddens… Continue reading Smart Shaming Everywhere


Diary of a Young Girl: Anne Frank’s Perspective of War and Life

It really is strange to read the transition of each stroke of letters or statements, knowing that the writer will surely come to his end. This is what I felt about Anne Frank's entries. I find her very bright; her way of thinking for such a young girl, made me express a word in Filipino… Continue reading Diary of a Young Girl: Anne Frank’s Perspective of War and Life


Why I Am A Big Fan of Michael Jackson

Newsflash about Michael Jackson's supposed concert in London showed MJ stating it would be his final performance. I was eleven years old then, watching from the television with disinterested stare. My knowledge about Michael was obscure, since my initial thought of him was that he was an actor. Needless to say, I have always heard… Continue reading Why I Am A Big Fan of Michael Jackson