The Tactical, Survival and Arms Expo 2018 is here, and boy is it a doozy! Seminars, meetups, and merchandise galore for the discriminating consumer await! So how do you make the most of it? Read on!
Note: All information in this post pertains to the Manila portion of this event and will be updated as need be.
Continue reading How To Enjoy TACS 2018 – A Guide!
It’s new! It’s controversial! If you’re reading this, then you already know (or at least have heard about) the news surrounding Comic Con Asia this 2018. Touted as the freshest pop-culture convention that will hit Manila on March 24 – 25, Comic Con Asia certainly has some big boots to fill.
Should you be hyped for it? Read on!
Continue reading Comic Con Asia 2018 – A First Look
In the movie Instalado (IMDB link), one is treated to a vision of a futuristic city on the horizon. Their holographic billboards float in the sky as the sun mercilessly beats down on a wide expanse of rain-parched farmland. It’s the perfect symbol of the film’s theme: the future is just around the corner, yet seemingly out of reach. The tale of Icarus comes to mind, and his daring journey to freedom on wings of wax. Does it fly?
This review has spoilers.
Continue reading John Eats @ Instalado
A friend shared a story of sexual harassment with me today. A hapless girl’s pictures and contact information was shared within a group encouraging sexually inappropriate behavior and remarks. It didn’t matter that she was fully clothed, or that she was a human being deserving of respect. People in the group (and like-minded individuals) wasted no time in objectifying her, harassing her over private messages and the like.
Why is this so?
Riders love Uberpool. It’s cheap, (mostly) reliable, and quite efficient. When one isn’t pressed for time, one can enjoy the comfort of a regular Uber trip at a budget-friendly price. It’s not too hard to imagine why people prefer it as their go-to option.
Many drivers want it gone.
Continue reading The Uberpool Dilemma: What Gives?
Food parks! The convenient solution to that craving for a quick bite when you’re tired of the regular fare! The place to see new dishes you haven’t heard of without breaking the bank! And the spot to hang out with friends after a long day at work!
But where are these places anyway? Don’t worry, I got you covered.
Check out my list of food parks around Metro Manila! And if you have a favorite (or want to tell me about one you discovered), drop me a line!
I attended the recent Tactical and Survival Expo (aka TacS, old link) sponsored by the Firearms and Ammunition Manufacturer’s Association of the Philippines (woo, what a mouthful!) in Megamall last June 4. It was an interesting event, although it didn’t quite live up to what I had expected.
So what did you miss?
Continue reading Event Review: 1st Tactical & Survival Expo (TACS)
Let’s do the Uber math for a second. Obviously, your driver rating influences many things: how well riders think of your service and how above (or below) the cut you are for the program. Anecdotally/speculatively, it may factor into several other items, such as pickup prioritization and incentives. So the big question is this: How many good ratings do you need?
And how many bad ones can you afford to take?
Continue reading We Do The Uber Math of Driver Ratings
You want a high Uber rating as an driver? Great! So does everyone. But people have always wondered what goes behind that 5.0, and it can be summed up in two words: be professional.
Continue reading Driving Into A Decent Uber Rating (Drivers, Note)
This isn’t a review of the movie “Saving Sally” in the 2016 Metro Manila Film Fest. There are a lot of those already online, most of them praising the movie’s cheeriness and animation. And to be honest, it is a movie worth watching.
But it’s also a movie that reminds us that it’s the little lies we tell ourselves that end up burying us, even if we use them to make our world a saner place. Spoilers ahead.
Continue reading Saving Sally: A Walk Down Memory’s Aisles