Rogue One: A Star Wars Story – My Review

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Photo by Lucasfilm

I watched this film six days ago. I decided to finally make a review of the film which now turns out to be my favorite Star Wars movie (I mean second to “A New Hope”). But, anyway, I enjoyed this film. It was awesome. Now, I’m going to do a breakdown of my review of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. This review will contain SPOILERS.

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Duterte v. Drugs: A Filipino Crime Story

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Pres. Duterte showing the diagram of drug trade network. Photo by King Rodriguez.

One of the most controversial issues right now is Pres. Rodrigo Duterte’s war against drugs campaign. It’s a controversial issue not just here in the Philippines but also around the world. The campaign has met criticisms from human rights groups as well as the United Nations and U.S. president Barack Obama. Now, here’s my take about this hot issue in which I’m going to talk about the pros and cons of the campaign from my perspective as an ordinary Filipino citizen.

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Yet Another Dog Grief

I’m currently busy right now from all these bunch of school works that I have do. There’s really plenty of them. It’s unstoppable but it’s okay since there’s only less than two weeks left before the semester ends.

But, in the middle of all that…yet another dog grief happened. Mimi passed away. The last surviving puppy has died. The cause of her death is similar to her sister Kara who died two days before. They were both sick. We don’t know exactly what sickness did they have. I just feel sad right now especially for their mother Chi who is grieving. She was beside her daughter’s body before she was buried. I felt weak when I saw how sad Chi is when her last baby has also died. She loved her kids so much. I can feel the sadness in her heart.

But, life goes on. Until now, I’m still grieving about the death of Mimi and Kara deep inside because of two reasons: I felt sad for their mother and I loved them both very much. Also, it’s not because I named Mimi after my crush but it’s because they were like my babies and I loved them so much. They would always greet me whenever I arrive from school. Now, their parents Chi and Snowy are the ones who will greet me now when I arrive at home.

As I move on to do the school works that I need to do, I will always treasure the moments that I spent with Mimi and Kara. I will always love them from the bottom of my heart. Chi and Snowy will miss them so much. I will also miss them. Gone too soon. Farewell, Mimi and Kara.

Welcome!

Welcome to my world!

I used to have a blog before but I decided to stop because there’s nothing exciting in my life that is worth blogging for…until now.

A lot of people blog nowadays and I’ve been encountering bloggers who are very passionate about what they do. It made me look back on the blog that I had before and it made me think if I should do it again even though I’m busy right now. It gave me a lot of thinking (this is my own version of Stephen Strange going to Kamar-Taj) and I decided that I should do blogging again. It could be about anything. It could be about my anecdotes, travels, movie reviews or anything that I want to write in my world.

The idea of making this blog as “my world” came to me because of one of my favorite TV shows right now called Westworld. Dr. Robert Ford (Anthony Hopkins’ character) is like a God in Westworld. I realized that in this blog, I’m like the God here and the blog posts are the hosts. The visitors of my blog are the human visitors in Westworld. Does it sound like a good metaphor? If you don’t understand it, try to watch the show.

Anyway, I hope that you will enjoy visiting and reading my blog. It’s going to be fun. Also, expect a blog post in the future where I will talk about a news report for a school project. But, of course, this blog is still about my world.

So…let the blogging begin!