Kamusta na, dude? Tagal na nating hindi nag-uusap a.
Last time kita nakausap e nung medyo inaantok-antok ka pa sa hospital bed. Pareho pa tayo ng kulay ng suot na shirt that night. Kasasalin lang daw ng nurse ng platelets kaya ka daw antukin, sabi ng nanay mo.
Pero nagawa mo pa ding umupo, tumingin at bumati sa amin. So ano chong, kamusta ka na? Naaalala mo ba noon, dumayo pa ako sa Fairview para tumambay sa bahay n’yo kasama si John? Hindi mo siguro pansin sa laki ng ngiti ko nang sabihin mong ako ang Pol Medina Jr. ng barkada. Sabi ko naman na ikaw ang aming Bob Ong.
It’s been two years since you left us so suddenly, pero lagi kong nakakalimutang wala ka na.
I cannot contain myself. Holy fuck. And the season ender is titled “The Wedding of River Song.” Wow. Moffat, I again bequeath upon you, the right to blow our minds.
Sadly, it’ll just be six episodes and then season ends in October…followed by a Christmas special. Even sadder is that the show comes back next year with both Amy and Rory only having “some role.” Does this mean we’re getting a new companion by series 7? Dammit, it’s gonna be hard to say goodbye to the Ponds.
The ’90s was an era when the world was starting to realize there was so much to listen to outside the ’80s’ post-punk/New Wave dreck MTV was puking out. It’s when bands like Green Day, 311, Rage Against the Machine, and Deftones were beginning to scrape the global mass consciousness, and have become seminal in defining the new generation of listeners. And then there are the serious rivalries between Nirvana and Pearl Jam in the grunge arena, and the battle between Blur and Oasis across the pond.