He wanted to become a general in the Philippine Army so he tried his best to become a PMA Cadet. He took the PMA entrance examination many times but failed to pass. He did not lose hope, instead he pursued a degree in college and took an advanced training in ROTC. After completing his degree (Bachelor of Science in Education) he taught Social Studies and Philippine Culture in a private secondary school. Having completed an advanced training in ROTC, he became a military instructor also in one of the community colleges in his place. He joined the Army reservists with the rank of 2nd lieutenant. Not very long he was absorbed by the Philippine Army as a commissioned officer. He was assigned in Southern Philippines where he had seen action in the field. His troops of combat seasoned young soldiers had been ambushed by the rebels many times but prevailed upon them because of his military skills. He had captured rebel camps as well as high ranking rebel commanders which earned him the name “the Hunter.” Because of his achievements, he was awarded medals and later elevated to rank of captain in the Army. He was now slowly inching to his dream of becoming a general like the late General Favian Ver, his idol. But luck was not on his side always, while pursuing a band of rebels they were ambushed leaving him only alive but severely wounded. He left the army with an amputated leg and returned to civilian life with a prosthesis to be able to walk.
He returned to teaching, but this time in college teaching history, Philippine Government and Constitution, and Ethics. His students loved him very much because he never failed anyone in his class. His teaching philosophy, “everybody is a genius but you have to find the way.” And he proved himself right because all his students were highly motivated to learn. In fact many of his students became politicians and were elected to various positions from a mere Barangay Chairman to an honorable Mayor of a town. Despite his physical infirmities his male students idolized him so much because of his heroic acts in the army, humiliy, good public relations, and commitment to service. In fact he even completed a doctorate degree in education to make himself more credible and effective as a college mentor.
But Captain Francisco Brochador is a lonely man. His only girlfriend Arsenia ‘Sen’ Makapakapa married an African American she met in Luneta while applying for a visitor’s visa at the US Embassy. She broke relationship with Captain Brochador when she learned her fiancee had only “one foot” and one testicle as the result of that ambush which nearly caused his life. He could not find a replacement that could match Sen’s intelligence being a math and a science teacher, beauty for being a sexy and flawless mestiza, and strong appetite for sex. Since then Captain Brochador spent all his life teaching, studying, and coaching young people to lead a productive life. He was offered the position of a dean in a rival school but declined saying he could not just leave the school he learned to love which gave him another chance and restored his self-respect and his faith to God.
But Captain Brochador’s declining the offer of a rival school became instrumental to his designation as an acting dean of an academic unit in the university. Some old-maid faculty members had been trying to attract his attention but sorry for them they were not his type of a woman. Captain Brochador’s type of a woman is one who looks like governor Vilma Santos of Batangas, or the defeated US vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin. Everytime some middle age professors reminded him of marriage he would always tell them, “I haven’t found yet one who looks like Sarah Palin.”
His statement reached Dr. Hillary Clintorianos, the newly appointed vice-president of the university and a member of the board of regents. She heard a lot of things about Dr. Francis (Captain Brochador) and since then became interested with him. Already 45 years old, but still a pretty and sexy mestiza, her only chance to catch the last trip was Captain Brochador. Her close friends have been teasing her that Captain Brochador would be a perfect match to her.
“But he has only one foot,” she whispered to her friends.
“Better he has one foot, my husband has only 4 inches,” said Dr. Pacing.
“Okay, but he likes his woman to look like Sarah Palin,” Dr. Hillary Clintorianos giggled.
“Never mind, you look like Vilma Santos naman,” Professor Caring Obayaam laughed.
But Dr. Elvie Makapain had a better idea. “Hey, Hillary why don’t you make yourself a look a like of Sarah Palin, after all you look more of a white American than a Filipino.”
But Dr. Hillary Clintorianos had already a plan. She left her office before 5:00 P.M. and went to her favorite beauty parlor. She carried with her a picture of Sarah Palin.
(To be Continued)
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