IN OBSERVANCE of All Saints Day, here are the predicted epitaphs of famous political figures in the Philippines.
1. You’ve been warned.
2. FYI: Death can be revoked.
3. The girl who cried wolf
4. Maang-maangan School of Acting
5. Time has come.
6. He died happy.
7. A quiet place
8. He cannot move on.
10. The boy with the dragon tattoo
11. The fugitive presidential kumpare
12. The Government Contractor
13. How did he die?
14. Ms. Senate Inquiry
15. A hard habit to break
16. Wish granted!
17. The (fake) doctor is in.
18. Most Obedient
19. Just Google the verse.
20. She just gave up.
22. An inconvenient truth.
“Cowards die many times before their deaths; the valiant never taste of death but once.”
“Observers have compared Bolsonaro to U.S. President Donald Trump — both love stirring up controversy on social media and have harnessed populist sentiment, promising to clear their respective governments of corrupt political elites. But his approval of violence and extrajudicial killings makes him closer to the Philippines’ Rodrigo Duterte than to Trump.”
~Fortune on Brazil’s newly-elected leader
We feel you, thinking Brazilians.
I still am on Twitter: @HecklerForever8.
[Photos: Reuters / Gravestone Maker]