Soho Central: Right in the middle of it all

I will not blog about my opinion on the recent misadventures of Senator Antonio Trillanes IV and Brigadier General Danilo Lim together with Ex-VP Teofisto Guingona, their Magdalo friends and supporters.

Let all those intelligent and not-so-intelligent bloggers analyze and write everything about this to their hearts content and and let them compete against those mainstream media organizations in bringing the news or updates. The more, the merrier. Di ba?

Manila Peninsula barricaded by soldiers, where AntonoTrillanes and magdalo soldiers holed themselves.While searching for news about this latest Antonio Trillanes’ I will let your Gloria down act part 2, this particular piece from the website of the leading Philippine newspaper caught my attention.

Notice how odd the rotating advertisement of this newspaper for soho central, a condominium that is right in the middle of it all.

You may call this good timing, bad timing or whatever but rightly so, this ad is odd enough to be right in the middle of it all. HA HA HA!


3 Responses to “Soho Central: Right in the middle of it all”

  1. 1 romelettedj November 29, 2007 at 4:54 pm

    hahaha..katuwa. sometimes, much better kung may comedy in the middle of the tension.

  2. 2 myepinoy November 29, 2007 at 6:26 pm

    romelettedj, Yes you are right.

    let me share what my son wrote in his blog about this misadventure. The shortcut keys always worked. ha ha ha.

    There was a mutiny in Manila Peninsula by the same person four years ago. In what part of the world do you have soldiers parading their stance in rather expensive places, while asking the mass to support them? Let’s calculate this shall we. Ayala is found in Makati. Makati is the business center. As the business center, one could pretty much assume that it is expensive there (what with all the expats and all). So how do you exactly expect masses to come to such a distant, expensive place? Also note that the same act was done four years back in the same periphery. Do correct me, but I heard no news that people came strolling at the area then. So why exactly would they go frolicking there now? For a poor country, our upstagings are held in hotels, and still they seem to falter. Maybe they should try a cheaper hotel. Heck maybe they should try it NOT on a hotel, and NOT in Makati nor Ayala Ave. Try Tawi Tawi next time. Or Babuyan Islands. I think that rather than a mutiny, it looked like a not-so-well directed play. Do I have to put it again? This is sad!

  3. 3 romelettedj December 3, 2007 at 5:02 pm

    you know what ? this was one of our point of discussion with some of my officemates when i was still employed. everytime may welga or situation like this lagi naming sinasabi why makati ? why cant they go to someplace na nde makaka cause ng trapik. hehe 😉

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