Finally!The regulars of this blog are familiar with my accidental debut in Abante magazine earlier this month. If you haven't the foggiest, please click here for enlightenment.
Anyway, I finally heard from the good senator, or at least someone who works for or with him. Here you go, attribution at last.
We are calling the attention of a certain Gil Collantes regarding his claims that he wrote it, or something to that effect.
We saw your blogspot and as you said, the story originated from you.
We shall be making necessary erratum or proper attribution in our next saturday's column.
We apologize for the inadvertent mistake.
And by the way, we would like you to reply to a query from abroad regarding the veracity of your story. All right with you?
You're a good writer and blogger... can you probably contribute to our advocacies for the Inang Bansa?
Please tell us more about yourself.
On behalf of Mr Honasan...
I really do hope that this post will be the end of the NAIA scam topic. I don't think I can summon up the gumption and the strength to appear in a senate hearing, and besides, whatever will I wear?! :p
But to accommodate Mr. Guerrero's request, here's a little something about myself:
My name is Jill. I like the color pink. I'm a girl (Although some friends still think of me as a little boy. Hello Glenn!). I have a baby niece named Maddie and a very malambing nephew named Mick. I like Christmas decorations. And I'm still torn between Havaianas or Nine West pumps as Christmas presents.
So there. I can finally lay this issue to rest.