Earlier this morning as we were about to take steps to the Metro Rail Transit (MRT) platform in North EDSA Station, we were greeted with a sight of Anakpawis protesting and denouncing the declining systems management of the public transport. They are also calling for the ouster of MRT General Manager Al Vitangcol.
We got interested and decided to shoot some photos for us to share. (RELATED: Presidential Spokesperson Edwin Lacierda apologized to all MRT commuters)
When we finished, we rushed back to the entrance but the guard on duty tried to refuse us entry prompting us to snap a little and while the guard tried to get his hand on us, we got his hands off first.
Irritated, we posted a status on Facebook a solid curse words directed at the security guard. In our haste, we posted that we shall feature the guard’s photo on our blog to teach him a lesson.
We’ve got favorable likes and some of our friends encouraged us to blog it right away.
We were planning that.
But as the day passed by and as our heads cooled down, we realized how harsh it will be if we will post an article and photo of the security guard. As our mind’s got cleared of the web linings, we realized that the guard was just doing his duties. He maybe a villain in the eyes of the protesters but in the eyes of his loved ones, he is a faithful provider.
The what-if’s came to us and we don’t want to be the reason if ever this guard will lose his job if we should post his photo on the web.
He never physically harmed us anyways and we made our way to the platform so we guess there’s no need for us to get back and slashed at him back.
We already deleted our earlier status and we apologized for the choice of words that came from us.
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