Now we're talking.
You know what, I was about to start a thread entitled "I challenge all Teodoro's supporters here in PEX to convince me that Gibo is more than just an academic elitist". Now I realized it may not actually be him, but rather some of his supporters who know only three "good" reasons to vote him: (1) he's a bar top notcher; (2) he got a degree in Master of Laws in Harvard; and (3) he studied in "good schools". Dumating na ako sa point na nasabi ko sa isang Gibo supporter, "Ano ba? Wala na ba kayong masasabing bago?"
The "pay now, study later"... now that's something new. Finally! So no need for me to start that thread.
Sorry, academic elitists really snap my patience. Mahabang salaysayin yun eh.
But seeing how you present him, looks like I am seeing Gibo in a different light.
It's funny how some supporters can damage their respective candidates' images instead of actually polishing them. The kumbayah attitude of most Noynoy supporters suddenly gave way to the birth of the term Noytards. And due to the overwhelming (and usually irrational) emphasis placed on academic excellence by some of Gibo's supporters (to the point that some of them value academic excellence over professional excellence), some people unfortunately already mistook Gibo for an "academic airhead" as a friend would put it. But lesson learned, listen to the candidate more than the supporters.
At least Gibo did not talk about zero corruption.
As for the probability for Nick to make Malacañang his training ground, that's precisely why I am still considering Gordon. I admit I am still undecided. Need to do more research.
And yeah, Richard's nickname. Hindi kasi wholesome eh.