Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Political Values

Radicalism 72 
Socialism 37.5 
Tenderness 56.25  

These scores indicate that you are a moderate progressive; 
this is the political profile one might associate with a university professor. 
It appears that you are skeptical towards religion, 
and have a pragmatic attitude towards humanity in general.  

Your attitudes towards economics appear capitalist, 
and combined with your social attitudes this creates the picture of 
someone who would generally be described as a political centrist.   

To round out the picture you appear to be,
political preference aside, 
an egalitarian with primarily strong opinions.  
This concludes our analysis; 
we hope you found your results accurate, useful, and interesting. 

Unlike many other political tests found on the Internet 
which base themselves on untested 
(and usually ideologically motivated) ideas, 
this inventory is adapted from Hans Eysenck's own political inventory
which was developed after extensive empirical investigations in the 20th Century.

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Rain, rain, go away

There has been a perfect storm here in Metro Manila for these past four days. It started when we visited our aunt on Sunday afternoon. Then I stayed at the boarding house because I have a midterm exam on Monday. That exam was cancelled and moved to Wednesday. The weather was so bad that work and classes were suspended on Monday and Tuesday. Today is a holiday, but our exam was also cancelled and moved to Monday. So I am just here in the boarding house. I hope everyone stays safe and sound in this weather.

Saturday, August 17, 2013

No day classes

Yesterday I ate at Pancake House because there were no more pancakes in the fast food places. That was expensive for me, but I have to give an incentive to myself to eat breakfast. I didn't have Public Officers so I just studied Agency. I was able to read 20 cases but haven't digested them yet. I also got called in Remedial Law. Our professor asked us why special civil actions are different from ordinary civil actions. This wasn't in the books at all, but he told us that the nature, parties, and reliefs are different and very limited in special civil actions.

Today I was out most of the time. I ate bread and crackers and drank hot chocolate. Then I ate lunch at Chow King. Then I volunteered at the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples. The people were very friendly but I won't tell their names in case someone really reads this. I ate at Jollibee and rode with our chairperson in our inactive organization. Haha. I ate seafood pasta along JP Laurel Street. Then I attended class, and I'm so relaxed because I won't be called. The best news came at night when I learned that we won't have Agency tomorrow (or today since it's 2 AM now). I just digested 7 cases then stopped when I heard the news.

Tomorrow, I will just review for labor law review and attend remedial law review. Happy weekend!

Sunday, August 04, 2013

Enjoy your weekend

Today is UPCAT weekend so I don't have class. Yesterday we went to the car dealer and had the car seats installed. Then we went to my cousin because it was her husband's birthday. Today, they got the refrigerator, bed, and mini table. I  just did a seven minute workout, but wasn't able to do any of the pushups or planks. I also finished my nego readings. I will just digest them later.