AS OF 5PM, Tuesday, more than 3,000 people have been stranded because of Typhoon Pedring. But that’s nothing compared to the number of stranded people because of PALEA.
As Typhoon Pedring lashes Luzon, irate passengers lash at Philippine Airlines.
Portions of Roxas Boulevard were submerged in floodwaters as waves washed over the seawall of Manila’s baywalk area. When he heard this, a furious Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim ordered Manila policemen to bring Pedring to Tondo.
Apparently inspired by Miss Universe third runner-up Shamcey Supsup, Typhoon Pedring demonstrated its own ‘tsunami walk.’
Raging waves and floodwaters did not spare the US Embassy in Roxas Boulevard. Before noon Tuesday, the seafront compound changed its name to US EmbasSea.
This just in: Wikileaks has released confidential cables allegedly sent by the US Embassy to Washington. In one cable, Ambassador Harry K. Thomas Jr. told the US Department of State he hated Manila’s flood-prone streets.
Typhoon Pedring is the 16th disturbance to slam the Philippines this year. Seventeen, if you count Hong Kong.
Typhoon #Pedring became a top trending topic worldwide on Twitter Tuesday afternoon as people talked about the damage it has caused. The ‘hurtful’ barrage of tweets has prompted Pedring to cry cyberbullying.
Around noon Tuesday, PAGASA reported that Pedring was having buffet at Sofitel Philippine Plaza‘s famed Spiral restaurant.
As of 5PM, Tuesday Typhoon Pedring has crossed Northern Luzon and is now over the West Philippine Sea. All yours China! All yours!
At 10 am, Tuesday, Typhoon Pedring weakened as it crossed the Sierra Madre mountain range. Nonetheless, Pedring was still moving faster than you could say N-D-R-R-M-C!
Dear Mr. President,
Where the hell are you? Sayang!
Hindi na kita mahihintay. I have to leave.
“It is better to read the weather forecast before we pray for rain.”
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