Third world expose.

Written By bryanboy

Ever wondered why the Philippines is a third world country?

Corrupt government officials aside, I’ll show you how *some* government employees spend their business hours.

You see, normal people, like me, pay lots of taxes to the government year after year after year. These taxes should go to the benefit of the people — help the poor, build schools, improve public healthcare and such.

It’s almost 3PM where I live and as you guess it, people in government offices should be working.

But not this unknown person. Meet I.P address 202.57.69.46. From this point going forward, I’ll refer to him as Mr. 202.

A couple of hours ago, Mr. 202 left a comment on my blog, according to Typepad.

Comment

A quick search on whois records  will reveal that this ip address belongs to — shock horreurThe Office of the President of the Republic of the Philippines in Malacanang Palance, Manila. Check it out yourself: www.whois.sc/202.57.69.46.

Ipaddress

OMG. The President is reading my blog. Whoopeedo.

NOT. Can you imagine?

I’m actually not pissed off with 202’s comments. I mean hello — it takes one faggot to know another, sweetheart. This person probably can’t get it on with a girl so off he goes on a little manhunt.

However… with all the things going on inside

one’s country, this little schmuck of an office

worker had the nerve to spend the taxpayers’

money to actually browse random blogs during

work time.

Hello you rancid fool — you’re not being paid to read people’s blogs.

The last thing the Philippines need at this point is some blog espionage center.

This is just one of those little things that idle, lazy-arsed  government clerks do on their spare time… sending text messages and gossip amongst coworkers optional.

On that note, I now hope that you, worldwide folk, know why the Philippines ain’t goin anywhere.

9 Comments

  1. Or it could be possible that this person who commented on your White Christmas post was some sort of hacker and used that Office of the President thing as proxy.
    Very highly likely.

  2. This is hilarious! The closest I’ve come to anything similar was having someone from the PA State department read practically every entry on my blog.
    I wonder if Josef Estrada spent a lot of time blogsurfing before he got sent to jail.

  3. That’s a scorching article.
    Very likely to be hackers. I remember trying to visit the President’s website around 1-2 months ago and discovered it was defaced together with the http://www.gov.ph portal site. really gives you the level of security our country has for cybercrime.
    Also, i observed intersting the “time periods” in your article, 3pm, and the log from Whois displayed 11:50am. from what I know and experienced, 3pm is merienda/gossip break time, while 11:50am is already lunch break to these underpaid poor people so they could sleep their arses off from 12-1. The fag, or hag as the case maybe, who posted that comment maybe in one of those “breaks”.
    A word of waning though, dearie. beware in using your credit card for online Christmas shopping here in the P.I.

  4. At least you aren’t stuck in Zimbabwe where the government can track your online communication, with no monitoring from any privacy board. Further to this, if they don’t like what you’re saying, or if you say anything against Robert Mugabe and his government, you can be put in jail, tortured or even killed.
    Life isn’t that bad, ne?

  5. serial killer

    nyahaha. hilarious article. it’s really easy to spoof ip addresses from manila, philippine. case in point me. check my ip now. did this using simple php script.
    that government schmuck whose pc was spoofed will be surprised if he/she ever visits this blog.

  6. It’s funny to see where some of the visitors come from. I have had visits from .mil IPs and some .gov also. And no, they don’t need to be spoofed as these departments hae several desks connected to the inet. All you need to receive a visit from some of these places is a bored public worker.

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