The Philippines is probably one of the hopeless place if you want justice to be served. I am tired of watching the hearings of the PDAF scam. It’s like a drama series without any definite ending. The accused wanted to be a part of the witnesses. The DOJ is considering them as witnesses when in fact they benefited from the entire scam. They stole millions of pesos from the Filipino people. Then guess what, our government is spending thousands for the protection of the Queen of this PDAF scam. She even wants to be operated at St. Luke’s Global City; which is a premier hospital. How can this be fcking screwed up? Wake up please. I don’t think Napoles will drop names. Let her experience what the regular imprisonment feels like. Let her suffer from everything she did. I am hopeless in this case.
My first try to make it to the real world. I was invited today for an exam and interview at Metrobank. It was my first time to be at the head office luckily, the mode of transportation and traffic is favorable on a Tuesdays morning. Then, despite the really cold room and challenging pre-employment exam, I passed. I spent my lunch with a newly found friend, Nicole Padilla. She’s already graduated and is currently working. She’s a thomasian and she’s really a great company. We waited for three hours before I had my shot at the interview. The HR is really intimidating; with straight face and serious look. She asked a number of questions. I was nervous. I hope she considers my application.
It was a great experience in general. My first attempt in making it to the real world. Hopefully, I’ll get a chance for the last interview and be hired.