At play…

That’s nudist Harold Montano again, reveling under the naked sun. I’m wondering whatever happened to his exploitation case with GMA 7? He [and his cohort, the other naked guy] did not gain fame or even notoriety from that gambol, one thing’s for sure. I don’t see him in the indie-digital flicks being produced these days. Not even in the runways of bikinidom, sleaze and all. Nevertheless, let’s just hope [assuming there are people out there who terribly relish this guy] that his daring posturing will eventually make him famous, however fleeting.

Downpour, downturn.

Halfway through the week, the rains started to pour like crazy with light and sound effects at that. I’m going apeshit from the intense heat at midday and then the heavy downpour by late afternoon. Imagine the traffic in the city caused by flash floods [and kids going home from school, trying to flag rides in the middle of the street]. I’m complaining because I miss the summer – the careless, lazy days of the sunny season. The endless beach trips or dips in the pool. Dog days, picnic days. Heat wave and hot wave. And of course, the bikini contests. Here’s Harold Montano, daring actor [Twilight Dancers] and erstwhile bikini open vet, casual and loose by the pool.

How to sell one’s self…

I meant, as a commercial model. Or an actor. Iffy Harold Montano, who figured recently in a sex-bust on tv [see related post], is determined to make it and how. Uncomfortable wearing clothes, Harold Montano is doing what he loves best [i.e. stripping, i suppose] to make himself known. He goes around with a resume that could have worked wonders for him in the mid-level corporate world: a degree in Business Management from La Consolacion College in Bacolod City and a “rich-clan breeeding.” Apparently he also owns a bar called Ang Kab Grill, with capital from “my rich aunt.” It was in that bar where he was discovered by movie writers, dancing with a slithery snake to cover his member. From then on he has appeared in countless shows, as the main attraction with his, uh, snake. His publicists have touted him as the next Zuma, the famous boa-garbed [I meant big snakes on the neck] Filipino comic-book character being developed by GMA 7 as a new series. So far, the tv network has not yet announced plans for such series.