1.    The Philippines will not just be global; she will be universal. America and Europe will not only be the target areas of Overseas Filipino Workers. Filipinos will also be looking for jobs in Mars and in Venus. Aliens there will be looking for skillful OFW's, who are known to be excellent in the fields of healthcare and entertainment. Thus, the Philippine government will be sending dozens of diplomats to these new promise lands.

2.    Philippine politics will be dominated by gays and lesbians. The president will be a fabulous gay, who is a son of a priest. Same-sex marriage is not just respected, but also encouraged to heterosexual couples who cannot conceive.

3.    Filipinos will no longer use mobile phones. Future technologists will invent a chip that allows  sending of text messages to people through brain activities. The chip will also communicate what a person is fantasizing about.

4.    The Philippines will join the Asian Zone, which uses one currency called “Asi”. Asi will be used to deal with other Asian nationalities in Manila looking for business sites and wives.

5.    Regarding poverty, the Philippines will still suffer from poverty. Politicians will still be asking themselves the same question “what is the solution for poverty”. Still, neophyte politicians will  promise the Filipino people that they are the answers to poverty.



Meanwhile, happy father’s day to all fathers! To all fathers, thank you for being reproductive (this gave way to our creation). Thank you for being a role model to us (even though you get drunk sometimes). Thank you for giving us allowance (we need more). Thank you for giving us a surname (many are Americanizing it). Thank you for loving us (we will love you back forever).



This father's day, we have a song from Barbra Streisand titled "Papa Can You Hear Me". It is one of the most special songs written in history. It talks about a daughter missing a father. The song is basically a prayer and the "Papa" can be understood as the Father Above. Excerpt from the lyrics:  




Looking at the skies, I seem to see a million eyes

Which ones are yours?

Where are you now that yesterday has waved goodbye
And closed its doors?
The night is so much darker
The wind is so much colder
The world I see is so much bigger now that I'm alone




To La Trinidad, my new home town, happy 62th anniversary! Thanks Mayor Greg Abalos for doing your best to manage La Trinidad! May La Trinidad be blessed with more nice people and more garbage collectors!