It’s only a 12 second video so go ahead and click it.
Made me nostalgic for a second. When I was a kid, I had tennis practice during weekends, and I liked it so much I kept going even weekdays. So my trainer Mang Benny (unrelated: a man who reeks of gin early in the morning), decided to put us kids (there were a lot of us hanging around) to work. He said he would pay us P10.00 to be ballboys.
The ‘Strongest Rookie Batch In Years’ is an understatement. We got good strong new guys this year and it’s worth learning about them now while they’re young so that one day when you’re with friends somewhere you can say things like ‘Oh I knew about (insert name of rookie here) waaaay back even before he became popular!‘
Admit it. You want to do that. And this is the issue that’ll help.
I couldn’t believe my eyes when I read it, but Quincy Reyes of Fullcourtfresh passed away recently from a pulmonary disease. I had been reading his Facebook messages from St. Luke’s where he was confined, and as bad as he looked (he took pics of himself from bed wearing an oxygen mask), the fact that he had been healthy enough to post messages assured me he would get well.
I had never personally met Quincy but we corresponded often re business. Needless to say I am shocked beyond words. He was a good sportswriter and aspired great things for their brand new website. I sought him out specifically because I was impressed with his previous work on Ubelt.com.
We continue where we left off at Nike Serendra, The Fort at Taguig. The police escorted bus whizzed us there in a magical 20 odd mins from Manila Pen in the middle of a weekday afternoon, and I remember thinking that’s probably why politicians are so out of touch from the common tao, given they never experience traffic.