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Name: Kulog Maingay
Home: Labas ng Palasyo
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The Satirist: firstly, emphasizes his centrist's stance -- he neither leans a little to the left nor more to the right of the political scale, he maintains his equilibrium amidst all the hype, media-saturations and "Devil may Care" politicking. From the subtle to innate absurdities of mainstream pinoy pop culture he extracts his own brand of art -- a pun infused jab at luminaries who pokes at his fickle funny bone and at the permanence of his limited attention span. Whether his idiosyncratic scrutiny's be in a form of palpable exaggerations or implied truth doused in humor: take from it what you will as he only wishes to insight hilarity through his witty parodies. His lampoons are drawn with intentions wholly for the principle of light satire without the gross derisions; well, that's as much as his sanity censors him, at least in most cases. He loves to coin maxims like this one, "When profundity meets punditry they spawn into profanity" ( I guess that's a fitting equation to describe him).And apparently he likes to talk in second and third person mode?!...Hmmnn.
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Dahil hindi natutulog ang gising!


Lothario Art -- the dramatist


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AMMENDMENT -- Mo Lolo mo

For a strong republic...pirma ka, ok!


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Tuesday, October 03, 2006
Don't wanna be a Pinoy Idiot

INDIE ANIMATION ( a sophomoric attempt )
[ Philippine Politics is so damn animated ]

Aye, COMEDY hath none a more humorous punchline
as this punned; unfilthered TRUTH!

~Senior Confrias C. De Leon

When you have: Saturday- Morning-Cartoons for brains, a slight leaning towards Shakespeare, a strong aversion for Philippine Politics; then I tell you that potent cocktail mix is the purveyor of the animated frames below.

Instructions for use:
Mouseover images for short descriptions then click on the thumbnails to open the pages corresponding to the desired animated loops you want to view. For continuity start from scene 1 then go onwards til 21. Enjoy!

( At times my free hosting service may be down, so just come back again on a later date and check on it again. My host limits my downloads to 1.5 meg that's why the animated short is broken down into several scenes. Heck, that's what starving artists get when they're " fucking freeloading" )


part 1: a short intro part 2: a cameo part 3: Bunyeah!
1 - 2 - 3

part 4: eskapo part 5: bag lady part 6: Club filipino
4 - 5 - 6

part 7: not once but... part 8: fpj part 9: sago vs gulaman
7 - 8 - 9

part 10; rally/ slapshock cameo part 11: fuck da pulis part 12: atty ong
10 - 11 - 12

part 13: hello garci part 14: public apology part 15: lapse in judgment
13 - 14 - 15

part 16: kabayan's bird part 17: mud sling... part 18: intermission num
16 - 17 - 18

part 19: clap you simians! part 20: cha cha cha part 21: you infidel
19 - 20 - 21

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For dramatic purposes, I bastardized Shakespeare's verses and incorporated them on the looping frames above-- ( I know its sacrilege but what can you do; Pinoy Trapo's are such tragedies, go figure).

Two parties (administration and opposition),
both alike in dignity and in indignity,
In Malacanang Place, where we lay our scene,
From ancient trapos' break into new dynasties,
Where civils blood and income make politicians
hands unclean.

From forth the fatal loins and hidden agendas of
these two foes (parties)
A pair of star-cross'd callers take in a shadowy
Whose misadventur'd alleged tamperings
Doth with their wire-tapped dialogues unleash lane
dissents and civils strife.

The fearful passage of the other (Garci) to an
undisclosed land,
And the continuance of the others (GMA) present
Which, but the publics trust, naught was gained,
but a lot removed.

Is now the couple of minutes traffic of our stage;
The which if you with open minds attend,
What here shall miss, this short animation will
not strive to mend.
But in the slightest, merely sling an
arrow of political jest.


A long glooming impeachment this morning with it,
did not bring.
The sun for sorrow will not show his head.
Go hence, to have more talk of these wired-tapped
Some shall be pardon'd (bought), and some punished
(hopefully impeached);
For never was a controversy of more woe
Than this of GMA and her Garcilliano.
Ang saya, saya...noh!!


Monday, February 13, 2006
Are you half-awake or half-asleep?

A Leftist's Sonnet
( Confrias C De Leon )

The streets are plagued by reverbs of monotoned megaphone screams
Pestilent bellows, yearning to set ablaze demagogues of corporate monopoly
Burgoise oppression - an inveterate episode from wake til dream
A crimson pennon of sickle-hammer-star, burnt and faded -- waves insolently!

Revolution! The only mantle for nameless disenfranchised mass hysterias
With their fists held high; soaring on no account reaching elevated seats of power
Gluttonous culprits with their thick hide, gulp richly on economic ambrosia
While heaps of dejected underprivileged intoxicate on their cesspool gutters

Blood drawn and bled; solitarily nourishes this countrys protracted famine
On a stake are heads of political effigies; perpetual luminaries of lane dissents
For crypted in their graffitis noxious haze of rage against the machine:
Is the eradication of despotic edifice! Edification; the masses value for zero cent

Lady Justice: joined the unrequited cause -- whilst blindfolded and being sodomized
Movement without action is a propaganda; rally behind her, and liberate your mind!


This socio-political ranting is roughly true to the form of a Shakesperean sonnet -- of having 14 lines: ( 3 quatrains and one heroic couplet at the end, with an "abab cdcd efef gg" rhyme scheme) but I stress its nonconformity to the conventions of iambic pentameters (man that's some serious hard shit). The rythmic variations may indeed be skewed as compared to classical guidelines but since this is my first shot at sonnets ( this being an inaugural post and all ) considerations must be extended as I presume.
And all introductions be properly addressed:

Hello fellow Noypi's ( to other hardliners ), my name is:
Confrias C De Leon -- isang Indie kartoonista -- isang baguhang estudyate sa sining ng animasyon. Nawa'y samahan n'yo ako saking mga pabulong na pakikibaka na tanging tangan mapurol na lapis sa pagguhit at pagtitik dito sa panibagong likhang karatula. Salamat!

The Satirist's War Cry: Get Up! Stand Up! (Bob Marley)
Ang saya, saya...noh!!

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