Am conducting a training at the JICA-NET facilities in UP-Diliman. Man, it's a whole day thing... then I get to slink back to the office at the end of the day and follow up work that I've handed off to someone else... somewhat. And, of course, prepare for the next day's training.

Wednesday to Friday training sessions, morning and evening. I'm gonna be hoarse by Saturday.

And I've got some homework to do too, from the "editor's circle" (heh-heh).

Isn't life wonderful? Great to be alive, yeah.

"I consider it a challenge before the whole human race, and I ain't gonna lose!"

Identify that quote (apologies if it ain't that exact). Hint - It's appropriate for this blog.
And Justice For All... Who Have Money
Just this morning I was reading in the Philippine STAR that one of the folks being held in custody for the Kuratong Baleleng case is missing from Crame. Or was it the Dacer murder?

Man, we have utterly vicious police when dealing with the lowlies (folks who don't have money or powerful padrinos), but they sure become lax when dealing with the rich and the powerful. It really irks me when a country that purports to follow the rule of law lets this happen.

The law applies to all or none at all. I'd laugh if I could find the tears.

And what do we have instead that grab the headlines? Anti-smoking laws? Priests and Bishops who may or may not be targets of a demolition job by folks who were deposed with the support of the Philippine Church?