Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Brownie Points

According to The Mavens' Word of the Day,
In journalistic use, the "lead" is the first sentence or the first paragraph of a magazine or newspaper article. It can summarize the article, set the scene, or establish the mood of the story.
What to make of the following, then?
Ginebra played better than our team – MVP
By Tito S. Talao
Manila Bulletin

Like the noble captain of a doomed ship, Talk ’N Text team owner Manny V. Pangilinan waited until everyone aboard had been saved before quietly stepping off deck Sunday night.

With a small retinue of business associates, confidants and friends keeping him company, the telecommunications tycoon remained on his ringside seat for more than an hour after the lights had dimmed at the Araneta Coliseum, apparently waiting for the anguished feeling of defeat to pass over.

Eventually, the man majestically known as MVP made his way out through the Big Dome corridor, passing the Talk ’N Text locker room and looking straight ahead.

A lawyer associate inquired reverently if he could give a couple of waiting sportswriters a few minutes, and he stopped to oblige.

Continued…
Naks, lede at adverbs pa lang, ulam na! Is someone trying to get on the "Nice" list of "the man majestically known as MVP"?

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