Sottocopy! Cavite Representative Joseph Emilio Abaya thanked President Noynoy Aquino for the new position. Abaya is now the new Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) secretary.

He should also thank Hell City Representative Death Kamatayan for initiating in the promotion. Other Yellowish people are also waiting for Kamatayan to claim one of the secretaries for their own career development.

Abaya admitted he is no Mar, but said he will do his best. Obviously, he is really not Mar (going literal for the dumb). Korina Sanchez must be laughing at Abaya for saying such. Korina might say “hindi ka si Mar, isa kang maligno!”.

Meanwhile, Roxas who is the new Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) ousted Rico Puno from DILG. Puno, who is known to be one of the most trusted people by the administration, should consider going to Showtime to give himself a treat for being nice.

According to experts, the move of the yellowish administration is signifying that the Malacanang dream of Roxas is really alive. The dream was blocked by the death of President PNoy’s mother Corazon Aquino. However, colleagues of Roxas denied (as expected) the hearsay on The Buzz.

Regarding the 2013 elections, many celebrities are aspiring to be elected by stupid people. Annabelle Rama, one of the most known unethical mothers in show business, will run. Her chief of staff must be Ruffa Gutierrez and her endorser must be Yilmaz Bektas.

Aga Muhlach has also announced his political plans before an earthquake (remember?).  Richard Gomez used the death of former DILG Secretary Jessie Robredo to plug his ambition. For those who do not know the real score, Gomez is his wife’s chief of staff.

Tito Sotto, the father of Sotticity and Sottotism, will not run because he knows that his political career has been ruined by Mr. Common Sense. The next celebrities who will announce their political ambitious ambitions would be Charice, Dagul and Aling Dionisia.

According to the Commission on Elections, those who will be running can now file their Certificate of Candidacy starting October 1 to 5 this year. Elected officials may not resign from their positions. However, government employees like public school teachers and soldiers are required to resign from work before they could submit their COC’s.

On the other hand, Baguio City has just celebrated its 103rd birthday. The word for the day during the feast was “privatization”. Former president Fidel V. Ramos must love Baguio City officials for privatizing some institutions in the city. As usual, people are going against the move. Even Baguio General Hospital is a soon-to-be victim of privatization.

In Mindanao, tens of families are still living in evacuation centers after their homes were destroyed by the recent intensity 5.6 earthquake. Authorities confirmed that some kids in the centers are now getting sick of cough and colds due to the rapidly-changing weather. However, no one is attending to their needs. Everyone is busy mourning over the death of Robredo.

The country has also been declared the new darling of investors in Asia. This must be victory! Paris Hilton’s decision of putting up a business in the once American colony is right. Other religious groups are also thinking of investing in the Philippines. One of them is the Church of Scientology. And their first prospect customer must be Tito Sotto, who is in need of both spiritual and psychological guide.


The ongoing talk on the buy-out slash merging of GMA 7 and TV5 is becoming a boring topic. TV5’s Manny Pangilinan is still hopeful that he can afford the prize to be dictated by GMA7’s Felipe Gozon. Pangilinan believes that Gozon is another Sharon Cuneta. The mogul must rush; TV5 is really in deep loss. GMA7 is needed to cover up the loss.

PNoy is still a bachelor. The condition of his heart is still unknown. To know more about his love, please visit his Twitter account. But if you like to know the condition of my heart, follow my Twitter account now. If you want to win this 2013 elections, read this. Sottocopy?