Or, as I like to call it, It's SAKSAKAN NG BADUY, bitch!
Thursday, October 4, 2007
Unless you're living under a rock, I'm sure you've seen the clip from the season premiere episode of Desperate Housewives.Wala akong pakialam kung dating Bond girl si Teri o graduate sya ng isang Ivy League school sa America.She's still an anorexic has-been to me.Ang dapat sa kanya gumiling-giling na lang sa isang noontime variety show.
The writers and producers of the show and all American shows must stop discriminating Asians and Mexicans,too.Hindi lahat ng hardinero ay Mexicano.Hindi lahat ng alalay ay Pinoy.I once saw an episode of "The O.C." where the character of Julie Cooper-Nichol made an insulting remark against Filipino domestic helpers.Ang yayabang talaga ng mga Amerikano!
My reaction to Teri's racial slur:I found some interesting facts about Filipinos and Filipino doctors in America.Hindi kasi ginawa ito ng mga taong sumulat ng script ng episode na yun eh.
Did you know that Los Angeles was co-founded in 1781 by a Filipino named Antonio Miranda Rodriguez, along with 43 Latinos from Mexico sent by the Spanish government.DIBA NASA LOS ANGELES ANG HOLLYWOOD?HOLLYWOOD KUNG NASAN ANG SET NG DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES?!?!?!
A Filipino doctor named Abelardo Aguilar co-discovered Ilosone,an antibiotic named after Iloilo.More commonly known as Erythromycin,Ilosone was the first successful macrolide antibiotic introduced in the US.
This son of two Filipino physicians scored over 700 on the verbal portion of the Standardized Achievement Test (SAT) before age 13 - Kiwi Danao Camara of Punahou School, Hawaii. Edward Sanchez, a Mensa member, bagged the grand prize in the first Philippine Search for Product Excellence in Information Technology.
Who was the Filipino-American dancer who scored a perfect 1600 on the SAT? Joyce Demonteverde of California.
Who is the personal physician of United States President William Clinton? Eleanor "Connie" Concepcion Mariano, a Filipina doctor who was also the youngest captain in the US Navy.Oprah Winfrey's doctor is also a Filipino.
Now 95 years old,Dr. Fe Del Mundo became the first woman and the only female at the time to be enrolled at the Harvard Medical School.
Honolulu-based Filipino doctor Jorge Camara, who made news in the US as the first doctor to use telemedicine to guide another doctor in a surgical procedure, was named Physician of the Year for 2001 by the Hawaii Medical Association.
Gregorio Zara of Lipa City and a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology invented the videophone and developed the Zara Effect or Electrical Kinetic Resistance.
Teri should have known better.
Wednesday, October 3, 2007
Hindi man ako nanonood ng Desperate Housewives eh obligado pa rin ako na mag-lait ngayon na nilagay nila sa script na ayaw daw ng character ni Teri Hatcher ng doktor na galing daw sa mumurahing med school sa Pilipinas. Siyempre, ayoko namang palakihin ang isyu...
...pero alin ang mas masakit: na ginamit ito sa season premiere ng Desperate Housewives... or ginamit ang linyang ito para ipakilala ANG LALAKENG ITO!?!?!?!!
Hello, Nathan Fillion. Alam ko na nag-flop sa ratings ang lahat ng mga TV shows na nilalabasan mo. Ayoko man manood ng Desperate Housewives para masilayan ang pagka-fafa mo, pero masaya ako dahil bagama't ginawa na nila ikaw na cast member ngayong season na ito ay alam kong palubog na ang lahat magmula dito.
Next up: Puwede ka bang mag-guest star sa CSI: Miami? Kahit lumabas ka lang ng sandali para halbutin yung shades ni David Caruso, masaya na ako. Tapos nito puwede ka bang pumunta sa Pilipinas para maging contestant sa Wowowwee para mapahiya na nang tuluyan si Willie Revillame? Tapos isama mo sina Teri Hatcher at ang buong writing staff ng Desperate Housewives para lalong maging masaya. Pag nagawa mo lahat na iyan, puwede na tayong magpakasal. Or at least mag-[censored kasi baka biglang maglaho ang blog na ito]