MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – In her first meeting as Co-chair of the Inter-agency Committee on Anti-Illegal Drugs (ICAD), Vice President Leni Robredo asked for data.
Her request seemed to contrast with her previous video message to the United Nations where she criticized her government’s war on drugs by citing “data” on alleged extra-judicial killings (EJKs).
Robrdo said she wantd data “because before today, I did not have access to the kind of data that you had access to.”
In responding to her request, the committee unanimously approved her request for data and loaded her iPhone with three years’ worth of unlimited data. It was a donation from Globe Communications.
Now, she will have no problems making calls or sending text messages on her phone, as well as having wi-fi access 24/7.
All she had to do was ask.
BEIJING, China (The Adobo Chronicles, Hong Kong Bureau) – Call it evolution, but by 2025, 97% of the world’s population will be out of a job, according to Huawei, China’s leading electronics company.
Not only that, all companies will abandon their ground operations to use the cloud which may be good news for cities around the globe that are currently dealing with overcrowding and traffic problems.
Already, developed countries are moving towards the abolition of all educational institutions since there will be no use for human intelligence.
MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – Taking their cue from a high school science project that found noise can generate electricity, leading electronics manufacturers in the Philippines are racing to produce the next generation karaoke and videoke machines.
It is a well-known fact that karaoke and videoke machines are as common in households as a television set, a testament to the world-renowned musicality of the Filipinos.
A spokesperson for a leading manufacturer said the if every household can have their own high-level-sounding karaoke machines running full blast, they would not have to worry about paying for electricity. “That would be quite a bit of savings,” he said.
The manufacturers are now lobbying local governments to repeal ordinances prohibiting noise — including karaoke singing in residential neighborhoods after 10 p.m. All for the benefit of free electricity, they said.
And many sleepless nights.