I love animals. I always have a big heart for any human-friendly creature. I also feel affectionate (from afar) for the less human-friendly creatures, mighty predators like bears, big felines in the wild, and others. I guess this was because Disney has romanticized their fierceness. That boldness that they have in the real wild has been portrayed in various movies and tv shows exposing struggles for feeling contrary like having a soft-side.
The story of Noah and his majestic ark was also another reason why I think animals are really amazing.
Let me get straight to the story here. So quite recently, I’ve been watching too much local news that it frustrates me. There’s too much gore out there. I do understand that this is the works of the news team, to present reality. I bet most of the viewers were very alarmed of the shoot-outs, the robberies, and the unending issues with crime and justice. What was most alarming to me was that the other day this happened: CLICK HURRRRRRR
Coming home to my little hometown is really one of the things I look forward to if I’ve succumbed and exhausted my everyday life in urban Manila. Somehow, before every trip, I’d always think that I’m never a tourist when I go home. But when I take a step forward into the lap of the place of my childhood and teenage years, I feel like I’m Dora the Explorer lost in the changes that has happened during my time away from home.
fuq dat link, read post here: http://regalintentions.blogspot.com/2013/01/traveling-home-pearly-white-sands.html
AMA (Ask Me Anything) of the Day
Arnold Schwarzenegger nearly broke Reddit today with his AMA post that manged to receive more than 35,700 up votes in the first three hours of submission. The ex-Governor of California answered more than 30 questions about various topics ranging from American politics, his acting career and even a Predator variation on the ever popular“horse-sized duck or 100 duck-sized horses”debate.