#MondayThoughts 18: End-September News Roundup

It’s the last week of September and it means payday by the end of this week and Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day will get up soon.

On this edition, I’ll try to reduce opportunistic political news which agitated every one of us (especially if it’s no way out and affecting adversely our mental health), including myself, which forced me to reduce the use of screens.

Monday, 24

Today is the 29th birthday of Pia “Queen P” Wurtzbach. A lot of people would recently remember that tinnitus-inducing Goya Dark Chocolate commercial.

Today also is when Lucky Me convince every family to dine together at home for Kainang Pamilya Mahalaga Day. We do that almost every day but not others.

Tuesday, 25

Oil price hike will take effect for the 7th consecutive week. Price change range is from 10 to 40 centavos.

The Ultra Lotto 6/58 jackpot would reach PHP 720+ million. If there will be no winner, the next draw will be on Friday with the largest jackpot prize in PCSO history. More on that on an essay over the Facebook note on the following day.

Wednesday, 26

If you are from Marikina, you will remember hauntily on this day nine years ago as the wrath of Typhoon Ondoy (Ketsana).

Friday, 28

Payday Friday, Feast of St. Lorenzo Ruiz.

The 250th post of my main media blog will be up. The corresponding YouTube video is bigger; expect 2 hours of upload time. I won’t tell what topic it is until that day arrives.

Saturday, 29

The Feast of Archangels and the second death anniversary of Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago. A lot of young people will never forget her.

What more to live her legacy but to go register as it will be their last day for the midterm elections for May 13, 2019.

That’s it, I had nothing to say. Timow out.

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