Christopher Lao: some may weep for him some may jeer him..

But one thing's for sure, times have changed. We all need to be careful with what we say. Every one now walks around with one form of recording device or another and the capability to broadcast what they record to a mass audience at the click of a button or a tap on a screen. Words let go in a moment of folly not only cannot be taken back, they may be recorded and copied and re-copied ad infinitum.


  1. I could not help but notice that somebody we both know, who has regularly been one of the loudest and most energetic champions of the "power of social media", seems to be the one leading the wailing and gnashing of teeth over how wrong it's all gone over this guy's bad driving.

    Well, whatever. Christopher Lao, your 15 minutes have expired. But I still ordered one of those "Bawal Tumawid, Lulutan Ka" t-shirts off anyway.

  2. Yeah, I noticed it too. Ironic. And its not just one, but a handful of them.

  3. He already apologized for his actions... i hope people will see beyond his imperfections... ika nga ni melanie marquez e... Don't judge my brother; he's not a book,” ... lol


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