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the late great Fr. Gorospe..and i miss him too.
Circa. 87-91 my favorites would be:
1. Bobby Guevarra- Theo of Liberation
2. Fr. Louie David- Ph.104
3. Fr. Richard Leonard- History
4. Fr. Bart Lahiff- History
5. Ms. Shirley Advincula- Pos.
6. Ms. Tubangi- History
I never took Fr. Lahiff, but I got Fr. Leonard. He was a laugh riot in every class... you weren't expected to recite, but no problem, you just had to sit back and enjoy the show.3. Fr. Richard Leonard- History
Fave Fr. Leonard stories:
"In World War I, Hitler wasn't one of those front line soldiers. He was a courier. In those days, there were no walkie-talkies, so Hitler was the walkie-talkie. First he walkied, then he talkied. But usually, when he was out on his missions, there would be howitzers going off around him... BADA-BOOOOMMM! So... not only did he walkied, he runnied!"
"The Maginot Line was supposed to be this impenetrable line of defense against the Germans. It didn't cover this forested part of the border, because the French believed the Germans would never cross through the forest. Well, nobody told the Germans that... so the Germans crossed over and approached the Maginot Line from behind..." Here, Fr. Leonard imitates a German soldier tapping a French soldier on the shoulder. Fr. Leonard then imagines the French soldier saying (without looking behind him), "'Don't bug me, I'm watching for Germans!'" Tap, tap, tap. "'Don't bug me, I'm watching for Germans!'" Tap, tap, tap. "'Don't bug me, I'm...'" Fr. Leonard turns around. "'AAAAAHHHHH!'"
Also memorable, but hard to reproduce as a post, is Fr. Leonard's tale of how World War I conscripts were usually riddled through with fleas... when one soldier died in the field hospital, you could see the fleas leaving his corpse en masse as it began to grow cold, only to come crawling onto to the living soldier in the next bed.
Hi, Kuya Danny
You went to Michigan for your MBA, right? Do you remember a certain Professor Sugato Battaccharya?
sir bobby guevarra for theo, and
sir marcelo for math
fr dacanay - i took his theo class looking for a new challenge but as things would have it, i definitely got more than i wished for. for some unknown reason, i got into his badside and he never made me forget about it.
sir max pulan - he was our moderator in our org . he's one cool indefatigable dude. koboy na koboy. is the man still teaching in ateneo?
Last edited by baludoy; Nov 20, 2007 at 06:56 PM.
no dice. there's only one image that's coming to my mind and i still can't determine whose it isFrs. Leonard and Lahiff? i can never forget Fr. Leonard crinkled nose when he's telling his stories animatedly Fr. Lahiff is more somber looking, if i'm not mistaken.
Yeah, Sir Max is still very much active. He still teaches a few classes a semester. The guy is as sharp as ever. He also heads the Loyola Mountaineers Org, I think.
that's nice to hear. i was actually w/ the LM org before and i tell you, those were the days
Buhayin ko lang ulit itong thread! hehehe!
Sino po magandang prof for:
MEEHAN, SJ, FR. JAMES
SEENIVASAN, SJ, FR. NORRIS
ROSARIO, JR., TOMAS
So far, ito po ang aking choices (w/ ranking, hehe) based on galing sa pagtuturo + work load (+ ease of getting high grade nrin, hehehe) according to people ive asked and posts ive read.
Patulong naman po magdecide.. Paki bigyan naman ako ng tips or pros and cons for the prof/s you think will be best for me to take, thanks!
Th151... B+ ako kay Rosana pero HUWAG MONG KUNIN. HUWAG HUWAG HUWAG!!!!
Philo103... Tolentino forever ako (philo101, 102, at 103)... kunin mo at yan ang bright boy ng philo dept. astig, nakakatawa, at hindi mabigat sa utak ang lecture pero very profound indeed.
allurie, i had rey aguas for i dunno what theo it was na sa tagal
he actually washed our feet on the last day of class to demonstrate his submissiveness to his apostles, twas a weird experience. siya din yung first teacher na na encounter ko na ayaw magpatawag ng Sir, Rey lang gusto nya. Fun, fun teacher indeed.
si Gus Rodriguez naman crush ko dati am just doubting his morality whehehe. Di ko na kilala yung iba pero wag daw si Rosario.
Sabi nga rin ng mga kaibigan ko, super galing ni Sir Tolentino, hehe.. Pero paano kung ito *** first ever na philo ko in Filipino? hindi ba ako mahihirapan? Moderately okay naman ang Filipino ko, hehehe.. pero ayoko namang masira *** mgandang subject ni Sir Tolentino kung nangangapa ako sa pagiintindi sa itinuturo niya, hehe.
guys, pwede niyo ba akong tulungan? psych major ako pero hindi ko alam yung okay na prof sa:
^ lahat TBA ang teacher for now so hindi ko pa mabigay yung list
may kilala ba kayong okay na prof in theo 131 and philo 101? i know fr. ferriols is okay for theo, and tolentino's okay for philo. may iba pa ba kayong kilala? thanks sobra!
recommendation ko: kung asian history, get maam gotao. she's SUPER nice and funny. tapos ang galing niya maglecture, interesting sobra plus maraming bonus
^^ theo na ba si padre ferriols? he's always been with Philo. kailangn mo pumila ng maaga if you want him.
conversational filipino ang ginagamit niya. parang nakikipagusap ka sa kaibigan mo habang nagkakape.
Pero, sasabihin niya ito, huwag na huwag mong gagamitin ang salitang "narealize" at baka may marealize ka sa grades mo. hehhe
lagi yung nakangiti pero huwag mong abusuhin ang kabaitan.