People do things for a reason. Jun Lozada spilled the beans because he felt his life was in danger. Chavit Sison knew that he was on Erap's hit list so he revealed who the biggest gambling lord in the country was. These people on one time or another were revered as heroes. Now I'm not the one to judge, but how can you call someone a hero if he / she did'nt do his her heroic deed with the purest of intentions? Life preservation, maybe, but for love of country? I seriously doubt it. While I believe that we people can change . . . I also believe that it's hard to teach old dogs new tricks. Old dogs will do their tricks again and again and again . . .
Just this evening I saw this news feature on Gma 7 about a doctor who circumcised 640 children in one day for free. This is a world record and is officially in the books. When the doctor was interviewed, I got the impression that he was . . . gay. Not that I have anything against gay people. I have gay friends and being from the entertainment industry, I'm pretty used to them being around. But, I'm just not sure if this did it because he wanted to help these poor kids or . . . you know what I mean. Good thing I wasn't there or I would have laughed my socks off!
Wala lang . . .