Tuesday, September 18, 2012

'fraidy cats

Why does our police tell us what to watch or what not to watch?  Why have they never issued an advisory like this when so many anti-Catholic and anti-Christian films and a helluva lots of other stuff have come up in the past and continue to this present day?

What hypocrisy!  Or they are simply afraid?

Two things we get out of this:

1)  They are saying that the Muslims are simply sensitive, but not sensible.  Someone makes a film they think is insulting to Islam, and they kill and pillage?  Christians most often don't?  They protest, but not to this extent?  So beware the Muslim wrath?

2)  They believe more the US pronouncements that the cause is the movie?  How much weight they put into the movie!  And they do not believe the Libyan President's version of events?

Monday, September 17, 2012

The guy should get an Oscar

Some people are giving so much weight on the film that they say is the cause of the Arab/Muslim anger in recent days, you would think they'd give the film maker and the film Oscars.  Oh, too early for Oscars?

This has the making of the a real blockbuster.  Who would have thought a short film could fire up millions of Arabs and Muslims (and the Obama administration and surrogates) into protest and killings?

Of course, this reasoning has been practically debunked by many sources even in Libya saying that that film was just a rouse.  A little to cover up something really huge, more "important" (hmm, something like the RP RH Bill, still, yeah, still pending -- let's keep it that way).

Let's all just learn this, what do you think?

H/T:  fitocracy

Monday, September 10, 2012

The value of hard work and skills gap

Come to think of it, Mike Rowe's take on the value of hard work is true everywhere. 

At cite.edu.ph, we teach them this, too.  Forza!