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Marocharim is a 21-year-old college senior from the University of the Philippines Baguio, majoring in Social Anthropology and has a minor in Political Science. He lives with his parents, his brother and his sister in Baguio City - having been born and raised there all his life. He is the author of three book-versions of The Marocharim Experiment.

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April 24, 2005
Tales of the P100 Lunch

< this was supposed to be yesterday's entry >

   Rather than wallow around in misery, we just ate.  Gobbled it up.  Forced it down our stomachs.  We just ate it.  Imagine a P100 lunch.

   No, we didn't go off to Rosebowl, or ate a Big Mac for lunch.  It was me, Erik, Abby, Abel, Anton and Bonz... and we all ate a P100 lunch at Camp John Hay.  The idiocy, the outright injustice - since when, and I mean when, did a lunch of "roasted" pork, a ladle of fried beans, a cup of rice and a bottle of Pepsi, things found in many Filipino dinner tables, cost P100?

   Oh, that's right.  This is Camp John Hay.

   This isn't the best time for me to rant about injustice and all that.  I'm better off dropping my pants and saying grace than to talk about injustice.  The thing is, it wasn't gourmet cuisine, or even lutong bahay.  This was canteen cuisine: and it cost P100.  I just have to keep repeating that, do I?

   Believe me, it wasn't that good.  I sure wished I just whiled my time in the corner and just smoked my lungs out than eat something that expensive.  I'm not a big McDonald's fan, but I wished I just could have gone there and ate burgers to my heart's content (about three, considering the amount of Coke I drink) for my P100.  But nooo, this is the land of the high and mighty.  This is where lunches cost your entire wallet and the cheapest thing you can buy is ice cream.

   Screw CJH.

Posted at Sunday, April 24, 2005 by marocharim

 

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