From the NYT: Estrada Begins Unlikely Comeback in the Philippines
It was an improbable sight: a slightly hunched man, with a gait that suggested either his age (72) or infirmity (a bad back and knees that required replacement surgery), beating up a taller opponent no older than 30.
The older man ducked as the younger one tried to bang him with a piece of wood. He cut him down with a right to the abdomen and a left hook to the face, sending his adversary stumbling to the ground. Then another opponent got smacked in the face and kicked in the midsection with one of those bad knees. Yet another came along, and he, too, went down, crashing into a table. . .
Hello, copy editor: “Tried to bang him with a piece of wood?”
The news of Erap’s comeback is:
C. Making me cry/Nakakaiyak
D. Driving me insane/Nakakabaliw
E. Hilarious and horrendous/Nakakatawa na nakakatakot
F. Hilarious, horrendous, and making me cry/Nakakatawa na nakakatakot na nakakaiyak
G. Hilarious, horrendous, making me cry, and driving me insane/Nakakatawa na nakakatakot na nakakaiyak na nakakabaliw
H. I can’t look/Deadma na