Friday, December 28, 2007

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Picked Videos

Here's my picked videos for the week. I know some of you have watched this already, but these are so cool you'll watch it again. hmm


I want to try surfing... All I can do for now is to see how nice it is done..hmm



This japanese game is just so cool, that's all I can say. And here's another one...

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Friday, November 16, 2007

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The Actuality of College Life

It's a two-week dust that's on my blog right now. And I'm going to clean it up by a new entry. hmm. Anyway, I don't want you guys to think that I'm just one of those amateur frenetic bloggers who keep posting and posting, view stats every now and then and then die out the next day, and neither am I a professional blogger who gets thousand of hits everyday. I’m just a poor ordinary kid on the block vaporizing my thoughts…

We go to school to get a high-end job. We get a high-end job to live a high life-the bottom life of everything. But you don’t need to go to school to get a high-end job nor to get a high-end job to have a high life. Some inspiring rags-to-riches stories provide a living proof (like a construction worker for seven years got involved in a multi-level networking company and now touring the world). But what’s the point of swimming on a multitude of books burning your brows with the midnight candle? Ay, there’s the rub, Oprah and Gates never have to go to school to have a high life. They scooped millions without getting a job. Bill Gates has a business and that’s not a job. Oprah has her talk show, she enjoys it, and she never considers it as job.
Okay let’s cut the crap.
I have a friend who sleeps till three at dawn, gets an average score and fret over it. I have another friend who does the same, gets a low score and cry over it. It’s a matter of absorption levels, sadly, the latter provides low productivity, and so I guess she has to sleep ‘til six! It’s a funny thing though, but some really grab the top score without sleeping ‘til the wee hours, hangs at the highest point of his IQ and gives out a boisterous laugh. But what you do in college doesn’t dictate your future, it only influences. Einstein, Gates and Dell were dropouts, mind you, but they’re smart and charismatic that’s why! It’s a mixture of brains and brawn topped with X-factor and attitude.
For me, we should not take our college life to the deepest part of hearts because if we fail it hurts so badly. Let’s take life easy but not for granted (but I’m not a seductive writer spreading my own disease of doubt).
My economics teacher’s nerd sister flew with flying colors as a Magna cum Laude in Accountancy, became the instant favorite of their parents, ships her things on a freight for a review and then flunks out on the exam.She never got a job on accounting. She ended up taking up Library Science and then she now digs her face on a pile of dusty old books (and also new ones of course). Por Vida!
But Magna cum Laude? Imagine the praises of friends and the pride of the family, the glitter among the graduates, and a 24-hour fame when you make it full-page on a newspaper!
The euphoria of being Magna cum Laude or passing the Board exam has but a shelf life of a few weeks, after which, one blends in a thousands of those jockeying for positions. Let’s not define success as just passing the Board exam or finishing with honors. Resting on laurels gets us to nowhere (as my summa cum laude grandma’s cousin is doing). Brain and brawn plus X-factor and the right attitude get successful people going. We weave our tapestry of success, we choose our design, and the threads are ad infinitum. Adieu.

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Sunday, October 28, 2007

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Replace Phelps Head

Can I ask you God to replace Phelps head with mine? But please don't say it's not a good match..hmm

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Are you Proud to be Pinoy?



Why not? Filipinos are everything and have everything. We are well rounded and can do a lot of things. Things like discovering the fluorescent bulb to serving hot coffee in the White House. Visitors are treated like Kings and Queens with the Pinoy Hospitality. They are served with the best (like gold plated utensils, as we do!) by the best. On how we treat fellow Filipinos abroad like family is matchless. You never will receive the same treatment by foreigners. Respectfulness comes next when we call elders as lola or lolo, tita or tito, kuya or ate and strangers as manongs or manangs. We respect everyone as we to ourselves and to God. What more could we ask for?

Truly we are the Pearl of the Orient Seas. Nothing is comparable with the 7107 islands with its verdant foliage and long sandy beaches, the Banaue Rice Terraces, the Chocolate Hills, and the scenic landscapes of Batanes! And the beautiful people with its rich culture!

We Pinoys are naturally superstitious, offerings for the souls of the boat coffins, eating twin bananas to bore twins and the like! These show our creative personalities and our unique perspective of seeing things in life. Could you ask for more?

We are a history. Three centuries of Spanish colonization, half a century with the Americans and five years with the Japanese, plus the Chinese and the Arab preoccupation and the three waves of Malayan settlements make us a mixed race. What more could you ask for?

We Pinoys are one of the happiest people in the world. We easily break a smile and roll on the floor laughing at the corniest jokes aand failed pranks. Nothing could make us any prouder than being born Pinoy. As for me, I’m a 100 % Pinoy and a 101% proud to be one!

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Sunday, October 14, 2007

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what time is it? hmm, it's our vacation

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The worries for grades below the 2.0 cut off, the crammings of a lazy boy and the wakings up for a very early class are now over. Now I can go couching like a mashed potato in front of a tv set or reread a novel from my collection.

I’m not lying if I tell you guys how much I miss school, because there’s no more chitchat with friends on the Wrocklage Yard, no more soporific ambience of the renovated library and no more chicharon selling which my friends hungered for and they are all far better than by just sitting around and staring at the wall with "laser" eyes.

It was just yesterday when I woke up at 6, packed up my clothes, head straight to SM and receives the award for the most punctual dork on our sembreak getaway. We are with ten newfound KOREAN friends Mark, Gump, Neil, Nick, Luna, Sony, Scofield (are you a fan?), Curt, Jimmy and hmm (sorry I forgot your name!). We had fun moments at Blue Reef Beach Resort, like, when frenetic Gump skidded to the side of the boat and then the water started pouring in, ha! Help! My friend quickly snatched the life jacket because she doesn’t know how to swim on a 20-foot deep seawater! OMG! Hmm. Amazingly, I realized that I applied the first rule of life, which is never to panic. The boatman quickly unfilled the canoe by scooping the water out using a dipper. Now that’s a boy scout! Another is when three friends (I dunno who) grabbed me by the ankles and at my arms and flipped me like a lifeless skimboard when we reached a 5-foot deep white-sand area in the middle of the sea! Getting into the boat proved to be difficult especially when you’re heavy. Gump again broke the bamboo thingy of the left wing of the boat. How destructive of him!

Although there’s a language barrier between us it did not pose as a threat to the fun moments. Like when Gump murdered a song, when Neil and I rushed from where we grilled pork cuts to breathe for fresh air (smoke really can kill you, now I know how it is to die on a fire!), and when Sony freaked out after she knew when I told her that chicharon is actually of pork skin.
I never heard of Soju (a Korean wine) until they told me what it is. They even invited me to their academy to try some, wow! I really miss them all. And though they’re older than me by three or eight years they’re so childlike you can’t even think you’re with adults!
I’ll stop right here, I still have to pack my things for another getaway and I hope I wouldn’t be that early, haiz.

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Thursday, October 4, 2007

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When Teri InsuLts FiLipinos

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Points to be made by me:

  • Teri Hatcher is just an actress for God's sake! So don't put your blame on her!
  • The producers had a very poor research, very outdated that they did not know 'bout the competency of every filipino med.
  • It'll serve as a wake up call so that the controversial NCLEX exam won't repeat itself.
  • We all know that America has a very different kind of humor.
  • It's just a passing remark, like we all say that China is the cradle of all substandard goods in the world.
  • It may be a "pakulo" to get the fire burning, well, the fire has been burning, and now its going to explode like a bomb!
  • We filipinos should care but shouldn't mind, after all, the more we act defensive, the more true it'll become.
  • Teri Hatcher could have refused the script if she's sane enough to sense there's a racial slur on it.
  • I forgot what i was just thinking.hmm This is for now.

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Tuesday, September 25, 2007

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My Favorite Models

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These are the two of my fave models.

Marrios Lekkas. I wish I could be on his shoes. Just how is it to become a famous supermodel?



Anna Bayle - first asian supermodel who happens to be a filipino, she graduated from philippine national science high school, so she should be intelligent. ( I also graduated from cebu city national science high school, hehe). But she's retired now. hmm.

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Monday, September 24, 2007

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ITs bEen a whiLe

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It's been a while since I last posted. Though I regularly update my blog, I haven't got anything to post. Hmm... Those few readers who happen to stumble to my blog, lots of thanks to you. And those who are habitues, many many thanks. hahaha

A friend of mine got irritated with my import blogs from the blogger to multiply. I did not know that it'll flood everyone's update box.
She commented how crazy I am to do such a thing. I know she's just joking ( jokes are half meant) but I took it intentionally differently. My pride said "ouch". And then I blogged about how much I hate her. And then after realizing how crazy ( really) what I just did, I have to make an alibi to counter what I just did. hmm.

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Sunday, September 16, 2007

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One faved yotube vid

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One of my fave vids from youtube. This really warms my heart.


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Tuesday, September 11, 2007

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Beyond and Back

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This is a real story of people who literally risen from the dead. Just take a watch and you'll see.
Just perserve for ten parts. hehe. Anyway it'll just take you ten minutes for a part. That's a hundred minutes more or less.



















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Tuesday, September 4, 2007

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The Perfect Yoga

I've been a long time fanatic of yoga. But I don't do it regularly. Here's a vid of perfectly done yoga. ahahahaha.




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Sunday, September 2, 2007

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is your blog worth a million bucks?

I was shocked to learn my blog's worth. Well, it's not worth a million lettuce, but the thought it's worth something is enough for me for now. hehe Maybe six months from now, it'll be up to a hundred thousand bucks. Nobody knows...hehehe

This is inspired by Tristan Louis's research into the value of each link to Weblogs Inc, Dane Carlson have created this little applet using Technorati's API which computes and displays your blog's worth using the same link to dollar ratio as the AOL-Weblogs Inc deal.



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Your own Zlio Shop Online!

I have just came across with this thing I've seen from my read blog. Well, this is a very cool news to those who want to earn without paying for something. Zlio shop is an online shop, all for free. How it's different from amazon lies on your full control on your adsense appearing on your shop. You earn from selling and you earn from adsense too!!
And why apply for Zlio Shop? Here it is:

1. You earn commissions each time you sell a product you have selected from three millions of items from hundreds of the most well-known Internet retailers.

2. You earn from selling as well as from adsense, just like you do with your own blog!

3. It is promoted by Google's Adsense itself, so you won't become a worrywart thinking it's a bogus. I learned this from a reliable blogger which also learned from the Adsense blog itself!

You don't need that damn html skills of yours just to put up the shop. hehe. All you have to have is to read, type and read again and then advertise to online forums or to your messenger or to your blog and phew! Shortly after you've set up shop, your site will automatically be referenced by the main search engines and will attract visitors with no efforts on your part

On how to add adsense to your blog are these steps, according to Adsense Blog:

1. Select a general template for your shop.
2. Create your own shop by choosing among the available products.
3. Once you have selected products, go to My Zlio Shop > Revenue Model > AdSense for my shop.
4. If you aren't an AdSense publisher yet, you can apply for an account through Zlio. If you already have an AdSense account, enter your AdSense e-mail address and your current zip code.
5. Log into AdSense and grant access to Zlio to use your publisher ID by clicking on My Account > Account Access.
6. Go back to your ZlioShop, where you'll be able to view your products and relevant Google Ads.Try Zlio and you will be impressed of how easy it is to earn money. Proceed to sign up. Or check out my shop first.


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Monday, August 27, 2007

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Building Muscle: How is it really done?

Most people believe that in order to build noticeable muscle size, they have to devote many hours in the gym, 5 or 6 days a week for many years. This is untrue, yes, hard work is required, but to devote that much time is unnecessary.
Substantial muscle growth can be achieved with 40-minute sessions 3 days a week, sometimes much less if done correctly. Muscles will only grow in size when they have fully recovered from the gym workout, then, and only then will muscle growth happen. If your goal is to achieve maximum muscle growth in the shortest possible time then there needs to be more rest days than actual workout days.
It's difficult for some people to believe that substantial muscle growth can be induced with only2 or 3 days a week at 40 minutes a session, or less. It can be done and it is being done by many, however, there is a catch:
These "few and far between" gym sessions will have to be short and extremely intensive. More intense than ever, you have to justify your days off. You have to give your body a very good reason to grow bigger muscles. The sessions will be about what you thought you could not do, but somehow managed to do.
Eg: if you're lifting a certain weight and you know you can only get 8 reps, you will push yourself further than ever before and squeeze out another 2 reps of that weight, with the help of your training partner or someone else of course. You will need help with the last 2 reps but the idea is to execute a greater effort than you are used to doing, this creates the environment for greater muscle growth (all other things being equal).
Below is an example of an 8 Week "every other day" muscle building routine. It's an example of how short the training sessions should be. It can also be done taking 2 days rest in between training sessions. I am assuming that you have weight training experience behind you, and also that you are familiar with the jargon. If not, then I would not recommend that you push yourself too far until you have built up your strength and fitness level. You should always get the go-ahead from your GP or health professional before starting or changing any physical exercise program.
Warm ups are not included in the below.

Day 1: Chest - 2 sets 10 reps 1 exercise. Use the same weight for your 2nd set.Biceps - 2 sets 8 reps 1 exercise. Use the same weight for your 2nd set.

Day 2: REST.

Day 3:Thighs - 2 sets 10 reps 1 exercise. Use the same weight for your 2nd set.Hamstrings - 2 sets 8 reps 1 exercise. Use the same weight for your 2nd set.Calves - 2 sets 12 reps 1 exercise. Use the same weight for your 2nd set.

Day 4: REST.

Day 5: Shoulders - 2 sets 10 reps 1 exercise. Use the same weight for your 2nd set.Triceps - 2 sets 8 reps 1 exercise. Use the same weight for your 2nd set.

Day 6: REST.

Day 7:Back - 2 sets 10 reps 1 exercise. Use the same weight for your 2nd set.Abdominals - 2 sets 10 reps 1 exercise. Use the same weight for your 2nd set.

Day 8: REST.

Day 9: Start again.
Notes:You will need someone to help you for the last 2 or 3 reps of every set.So if you're doing a set of 10 reps, the weight should be heavy enough to allow only 8 repson your own, and you will need help to get the other 2 reps to make it 10.If you're doing a set of 8 reps, it's really only 5 or 6 reps that you can get on your own; help will be needed to complete the 8 reps.Increase the weight every week, even if it's only 5lbs in total. Safety takes priority over ego.On the 4th week reduce the rep range by 2 for all sets and continue.
The idea is to put forth a much greater intensive effort than you imagine you can. The reward for these infrequent efforts is, shorter training sessions and more rest days away from it and of course much Greater Muscle Growth. Many people are now achieving greater results through smarter training methods, spending less time in the gym with more free time to enjoy other activities. Excessive hours and days in the gym is, at last! No longer the way to go.
For more information on how to achieve the greatest Muscle Growth in the shortest possible time visit http://www.explosivemusclegrowth.com/explosive-muscle.html

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Sunday, August 26, 2007

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for today

hello, just checking out my blog for today. Hehehe. I actually lost my earclip as it fell from my ear to the heap of laundry. I searched thoroughly through every clothes and found it nowhere. Just this last 4:00pm of this day, as I took my poloshirt off my body, somethng fell and it was what I was looking for, the earclip. After three days of searching, this surely applies jud: kalimti lang na ang nawagtang, muappear ra na in the most unexpected manner..hahaiz

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Thursday, August 23, 2007

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When I touched WernEr's Innocence


A friend of mine, same age as me, has this kinda naive essay assignment:

Luckily, this got posted by me, ahahaha.
Posted as it is written, no plus, no minus.

Here it is:

Ten years's from now, everybody think's of changing because the earth is round. Now all things is hi-tech we can use computer for email, cell phone, not to go in telephone station. That's all things example of changing. Maybe I become a succesfull businessman, policeman president, arthist, doctor and senator. That's all occupation is my ambition in my life. But now study first before my ambition is get. I hope that in my future all my ambition is come. I hope that in the fututre all people in this planet will be a good parents so that their child is not learned bad words.
That's all my creative mind say's there's many in my mind but. I cannot explain all because its so hard for me to transleat in English.


Hey you, c'mon, don't laugh. His intentions are obvious in his essay. I hope that someday, as he said it, all of us will become good parents for our kids, so that they'll learn english well...hahah!!!



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the six college courses

These are the six college courses parents shouldn't let their kids take up in college:

B.S. in Economics major in Corruption
B.S. in Business Administration major in Smuggling
B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering major in Hijacking
B.S. in Tourism major in Prostitution
B.S. in Chemistry major in Illegal Drugs
B.S. un Information Technology major in Hacking

by : me



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Between pimpLes and AssigNmenTs


If you're not gifted with a first-class gene pool then an extension through the wee hours means dark, puffy, raccoon eyes and ripe pimples in the morrow. And then you start watching what you eat especially oily ones because even the smallest zit my triple the next day.


I'm always caught between the trade off of doing assignments for tomorrow's class or to sleep early not to get pimples. If I don't do my assignment then I'm so dead for tomorrow. Bu if I don't sleep early, then a wishful thinking of not getting a breakout is the most optimistic thing to do for a vainglorious freak, methinks.


We sometimes are caught in the horns of dilemma in life, even simple ones. Certain circumstances may blur one alternative and flaunt the other. You may ask yourself, "am I going to get a $50 haircut on my 50 cent head? Am I to eat baked ziti at Sbarro's for brunch or the inexpensive spag at Jobee?"


These small doubts mean big, for they provide the very foundation of of our judgments and maturity. Small deeds of everyday reflects our personality and of what we have become. Family upbringing and peer pressure may spell the way you spend your monster bank accounts but self-responsibility is still the preponderant. What you spend for boozing up can be an alternate savings for a pretty good investment in the future.


As for me, typing this essay this late at night may mean being posted on a weekend newspaper and pimples. Pimples and beauty fade overtime. And students like me should look closer at the libra between long-term benefits and short-term satisfaction.


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Thursday, August 16, 2007

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tHe teacHer I abhOr

Cost accounting are ac17 and and ac16. ac 16 is what I took last year and I have received a fair grade. This sem , ac17 is what I'm taking and unfortunately, Mr. napoleon de la torre who handles the class has more lectures about his clothes ( lacoste and nike and how expensive they are) and commisions on various clients ( like 1.5 million pesos). In turn, since the class is getting disoriented towards accounting, the class have resorted to barrio talks on their own to kill boredom and the teacher.

Since we had our midterms last weekend, the preceding days were a mess because we have to struggle with loads of studyworks compounded by the teacher unwillingness to teach. Since I belong to a block A class for ac17, then, that's one of the reasons probably why he won't discuss because he knows those(class belonging to block A excluding me) intelligent brats will self-study on their own, he imposed a grade incentive of 1.0 to those top five and 1.1 to those top 6-10 midterm grades, regardless of previous grades incurred and NC ( no credit) to those who did not even top the tenth.

The tenth got a score of 38/50--automatically 1.1 grade. those who got a grade of 37 and below obviously will have their grades computed according to their actual weights. and NC will be shown just for simplification purposes for midterms.

It's so ironic that i got 36/50 two raw points short into getting 1.1, and as levied upon poor students like me, i will have a grade of NC, actually 2.3, for midterms. The two point spread mean the end of the world. 1.1 and 2.3 is a huge difference and will actually put you on a higher rank on the dean's list. But I can't do anything to stop my prof's crazy ideas. He will even absent for a day (most of the time) if his racket job will bathe him plenty of lettuce. And if ever his present, the boring talk about clothes and monies he'd got proceeds , although he discusses relevant accouting stuffs for once in a while.

Spell bitch. that's N-a-p-o-l-e-o-n -d-e-l-a -t-o-r-r-e, just joking ( jokes are half meant!! mind you!!)

And what actually happened just before the miterms was-- I was caught on the horns of dilemma that I can't decide between doing my economics paper stuff or studying ac17. Since I wasn't happy with my current status in ac17, I painfully did type my econ paperwork at 10:00am counting the wrong marks I'll get in AC 17 (which started at 1130) because of the very fact that I haven't learned anything more than 20% of that damn subject ( no exaggeration).

And as the adage goes: "never cry over spilt milk", I'm on my way of moving on, FISHDO. I'll surely find ways to annoy the teacher so as to let him know the wrong things he's doing. I'll continue to talk with friends in his class and will perfect his next exam. (law of attraction must work now!!)

And damn that econ subject!For my paper that I did was a 1.5 ass, too low for a minor!. I could have spent at least 30 more minutes studying ac17. I could have gotten 1.1 and probably have not typed this blogpost.

by the way, I don't know why my new quote generator has stopped working. I have encoded quotes till the end of august...???

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Sunday, August 12, 2007

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Nuts? or noT


We had our midterms this 730 in the morning. And I just can't believe in myself that I totally flanked in spelling that very moment in my life. I spelled professor as proffessor and apparel as aparrel. hmm. Well, I can't blame the onset of mental block. haha. But I feel disconsolate and then anxious to get a hand on my other subject's midterm scores.



MY claasmates invited me to the Serials Library to check out some "new" periodicals.. And I found out after reading RD that I:



  • am hypochondriac-- like, those someone who have coughs and thinks catastrophically that they have lung cancer.

  • Have pack-rat syndrome-- it's pathological hoarding. Pack rats feel the world is out of whack if they don't have all their things. I just am incapable of throwing away rubbish, even the trashy-looking papers and drafts seemed priceless to me that I think I'm gonna use it anytime! Freud would call anyone like me as anal-retentive. This syndrome is related to OCD...hoeee...

  • A friend of mine needs psyhological help because she kept on apologising to inanimate things and calling them (like stuff toys) names. That's magical thinking only typical to four-year-old kids. But for an adult? If she's joking or just acting tweetums to get somebody's attention then fine, but if it isn't then she see a doctor and apologize to him.

  • My weird mannerisms of gripping hems of clothes with my forfinger then pressing it with my thumb is absolutely ridiculous according to my sister. But it's actually a psychological leak, that I never outgrow the need for comfort.




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Saturday, August 11, 2007

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When the Kid beside me is watching porn

I just did my reaction paper for economics: macroeconomics last 10:00am, hours ago. Though we're about to have our midterms test at 1030am, I forced myself to finish my paper because our teacher said that the deadline: saturday morning. I ended up in a very serious dilemma of whether studying for my AC17 or do the paper...and I did the paper...

The test turned up so easy, easy to fail. well, honestly, I think it was so easy when you're just earnest enough about studying every last thing there is...I never finish the exam but I answered most of it. And every time my calcu flashes the answer and it's on the choices ... I am left to no choice than to hurry myself up and mark that damn answer sheet....

After the test my classmates we're planning to chill in Paseo ( a famous cebuano bar). And for me, I went home and found myself lying in bed and wishing for a very sound sleep....

The kid beside me is watching porn...together with his friends... I can't believe kids these days go horny that early....

Now here's another vid from my friend's comments in friendster. I don't what it is, because friendster's reading structure seemed to be distorted.....



danger!


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Wednesday, August 8, 2007

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AlgoriThm MarcH and thE E-HoW

Obviously, a blog without anything you can learn from is not worth the second visit, unless of course it is exceptionally nice and is well-designed that you can't help yourself explore even the last inch of it!

I capture every bit of priceless ideas that's crossing my mind. And if lucky enough they get posted unless I misplaced them anywhere.

You can try Ehow for free blog articles. Me myself Haven't tried it yet but soon.hehe Some people are not gifted with absolute idealism so they sometimes run out of pretty ideas.
One more thing, don't hold your farts too long because it'll run through your spine up to your brain and wham! that explains your shitty ideas.

Now here's a vid from youtube, the algorithm March which, not surprisingly got 909 604 hits and reckoning!

This's shot from CPDRC of Cebu city, Cebu, and that's my place...harhar





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Monday, August 6, 2007

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Hmmm...

I have added a-quote-for-the-day page element just below the message board. My blog is not crowded yet and there hasn't any heavy files so there's no prob downloading the page. The problem is, the quote is not displayed. I'm not very expert when it comes to html so probably I have to contact the BizwhiZ. hmm... Hey bizwHiz!!

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Sunday, August 5, 2007

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Really Odd CoupLe



Really Odd couple. harhar

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36 ChristiaN waY to RedUce sTreSs


I become so lazy to make my own posts these days. I have my midterms till saturday of aug 11. haiz. I'm about to post about law of attraction but forgot where my draft is. Too bad.

The day after tomorrow is my midterms for economics and BA12n, that's organizational behavior. I nearly half my coverage for studies and looks like I'm not gonna finish it. I found this mail forwarded on my inbox and It'll surely help the most of us.hahaiz. 'til then....harhar


An Angel says, "Never borrow from the future. If you worry about what may happen tomorrow and it doesn't happen, you have worried in vain. Even if it does happen, you have to worry twice."


1. Pray

2. Go to bed on time.

3. Get up on time so you can start the day unrushed.

4. Say No to projects that won't fit into your time schedule, or that will compromise your mental health.

5. Delegate tasks to capable others.

6. Simplify and uncluttered your life.

7. Less is more. (Although one is often not enough, two are often too many.)

8. Allow extra time to do things and to get to places.

9. Pace yourself. Spread out big changes and difficult projects over time; don't lump the hard things all together.

10. Take one day at a time.

11. Separate worries from concerns. If a situation is a concern, find out what God would have you do and let go of the anxiety. If you can't do anything about a situation, forget it.

12. Live within your budget; don't use credit cards for ordinary purchases.

13. Have backups; an extra car key in your wallet, an extra house key buried in the garden, extra stamps, etc.

14. K.M.S. (Keep Mouth Shut). This single piece of advice can prevent an enormous amount of trouble.

15. Do something for the Kid in You everyday.

16. Carry a Bible with you to read while waiting in line.

17. Get enough rest.

18. Eat right.

19. Get organized so everything has its place.

20. Listen to a tape while driving that can help improve your quality of life.21. Write down thoughts and inspirations.

22. Every day, find time to be alone.

23. Having problems? Talk to God on the spot. Try to nip small problems in the bud. Don't wait until it's time to go to bed to try and pray.

24. Make friends with Godly people.

25. Keep a folder of favorite scriptures on hand.

26. Remember that the shortest bridge between despair and hope is often a good "Thank you Jesus."

27. Laugh.

28. Laugh some more!

29. Take your work seriously, but not yourself at all.

30. Develop a forgiving attitude (most people are doing the best they can).

31. Be kind to unkind people (they probably need it the most).32. Sit on your ego.33. Talk less; listen more.

34. Slow down.

35. Remind yourself that you are not the general manager of the universe.

36 . Every night before bed, think of one thing you're grateful for that you've never been grateful for before. GOD HAS A WAY OF TURNING THINGS AROUND FOR YOU. "If God is for us, who can be against us?" (Romans 8:31)

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Monday, July 30, 2007

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Hey!!

I typed a very long post for saturday....I haven't finished it that's why I let blogger save it...As they say automatically....It did automatically...... got lost.....nowhere to be found...I don't know how it's possible but it's the second time that it happened....


Lesson learned:

Finish typing a blogpost and post it immediately.

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Monday, July 23, 2007

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My Very fiRst SodukU


My friend Maranga and I are "Gods" when it comes to math..(just joking).Well, honestly, we're intelligent in math but sometimes we're so inattentive that we become incompetent during test (evidenced by low scores).haha I even discovered a shortcut formula in one area in integral calculus, which, sadly, being trashed by our teacher. (for a stupid reason but my fault).


When it comes to Soduku, even the simplest ones I flanked. Maranga does good a t it and the KRAZY ones seems so easy in less than 10 minutes. hmm... I grow impatient easily when I see numbers doubling up in a line. But heaven must triumph, because for the first time, my very first Soduku--solved...haha!! Well, the above picture wasn't the one I solved...hahah It was simpler and it took me 45 minutes to finish...huhu




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Friday, July 20, 2007

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The TestimoniaL

This is actually my friend's testimonial for me in friendster. Unfortunately, i can't view it, since ehh,,.....I don't know... Everytime i checked on my testis and comments, all I see are htmls..hahah Now I know that it's a music video.hehehe



http://rpc.technorati.com/rpc/ping

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I can't beLieve I'm sTiLL siNgLe

??http://www.icanbelieveimstillsingle.com/

The above is a famous blog of an ERIC SCHAEFFER...hehehe he just can't believe his single by the age 35!! Me too, I can' believe a person as accomplished as him never caught a girl for marriage...hahahaha He'd dated actresses and models and lawyers and message girls...and phew!!His last girlfriend and him had just planned, two years ago, but her girfriend withdrew from the plan along side wihout informing him what occurred in her mind..heheh She said its best to wait for.....ehhh..just read it...

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Downloading Youtube Videos

Although downloading youtube videos may not be new to you, but even if you know it, there's actually a simpler way to do it....hehehe


alternative 1:

play your fave youtube vid. On the browser window, put the word kiss before the youtube word of the url. then press enter.... so easy!!

alternative 2:

Go to http://www.kissyoutube.com/ and enter on the text box the url of your chosen video. Voila! Click Go or you can just press enter on your keys.

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Wednesday, July 18, 2007

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Alone in this Universe


A pingy post.

It's so funny when you think of yourself floating with the stars in the universe, when your outstretched hands make all the heavenly bodies bow before you. On how you perceive yourself as dominant over them. Because they can't move, yes they can but not of their will.We have to make a mark in this lone universe, we have to be somebody. To be noticed means you have to stand tall, make an impression--bad or good. Raise your hand in a class to answer, even wrong ones will do. Smile to people, even strangers will apppreciate the effort. lalang...

Everything we know is just a grain in the sand. We hold the truth, yet its nothing but a fraction of ALL. Grab a piece of clean paper, then put a dot at the center. WEW! The dot is everything on the paper, yet it is nothing to compared to it. We exist together with irony and paradox. Bound with time and space. hmmm....We have a short time to live. Lets live a life!!

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Friday, July 13, 2007

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I won the LoTTery--Bogus

It says:

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Winning no: 475061725

CONGRATULATIONS!
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Tuesday, July 10, 2007

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The Fellow

FYI I'm an SM scholar. I actually am not into opening my book of life. I just noticed that gradually I'm releasing personal information to the public. Oh my!! You try to search my name on Yahoo! and Google, try seanjames camello or shawn cabacci, my blog or my friendster account appears. That also means I existed online.....

A friend of mine named Jan made a link to my blog.....thanks Jan!!! so ill make a link to his too...

This is just a pingy post..hehehe... Sooner I'll make a standard post.hast la vista!!

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Thursday, July 5, 2007

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the circumstantial demise, the lost cause, the annoying teacher and the aftermath


I have a three hour break during my tth classes. From 1200nn to 300pm. I rushed to the not-so nearby emall because I have nothing to do with my break other than to read national geos from the new bookshop in emall.haha I squatted on their floors without minding the irritable shoppers passing over me ( since I was squatting..).
As the axiom goes-- "Caveat temptor" or literally time flies while your having fun, Time did fly and the next thing i knew after reading about saturn and pharaoh tuk is its a las tres y ocho de la tarde and I'm screwed , I'll be absent on my next class and i'm not gonna report na.


Thank God!!, I say when I reached school and the tick-tock reads 5 before three. Oh my Gawd!! I have'nt read anything yet about my topic!! (swot analysis on the merging of pfizer-pharmacia)


My feet took me to the second floor en la biblioteca, scan some notes from a famous book, then head for room 332. Ellos ya rezado ( they already prayed) but still I'm not late...heheh


The other groups reported and i took the hot stand last, 15 minutes before the bell rang.


Circumstances:



  1. I reported last (we have the same topic) which means I have to repeat some of what they had said.

  2. Teacher is bookish so he appreciates those earnest students who also are bookish

  3. He is boastful and kinda know-it-all.

  4. His hobbies include interupting and correcting

  5. The temperature was freakin' cold

  6. We passed the output last meeting some did not bcoz there just stupid students (joke!!)

  7. And hell I dunno if he ever speaks spanish!! (he corrected me when I said Una momento por favor and I know I pronounced the word right!!)

  8. i have lo-as (mouth sores), meaning maglisod ko og speak

The aftermath of the Disatrous report:


He said-- since I'm reading my newly written kodigo, he will just give our group ( represented by me) the grade of 1.3.


Bad feelings:


It's unfair k ang usa ka group k nagda og kodigo daun iya gitagaan og flat 1.0. Bookish jud to siya na reporting nila kay nakaprepare man sila, k wala man sila ni pass last meeting so naa silay luxury of time to memorize the book and bring kodigo. Dili pajud kabaw mo english ang ngreport, last minute na jud to na reporting so wala nakoy time to really explain things which most did not understand...niingon jud sya na ayaw nalang to iingon and explain k walay nay time. Na mispronounce pa jud ko sa ubang words k naa lagi ko loas....daun i tried to capture the audience (hell...I know I'm a good reporter, and everyone seems to think so..hahah!!) so he corrected me (see above). And na stage fright ko k I dont know the people Im talking to. Bisag unsaon nimo og report sa long report basta naay time constraint maglisod jud ka. I appeared the unintelligent brat and wham! i got a black eye, Dali rajud ko mafeel down and embarassed. That's why im writing this. My groupmates agreed with me na unfair teacher jud sya mas maau jud si Sir figues ( hi sir!!) k dli jud bookish daun dli ka ipressure sa time. hahaiz....


lesson learned:



  1. make the most out of a given situation.

  2. lessons are best learned the hard way

  3. accept nalang the decision, the 1.3 was really not the issue, but the unfairness

  4. align myself to the teacher, if you don't want to get 5.0

  5. be bookish and get a copy of the book jud ( k wala baya koy libro2, honest!! ning ana ko kabrayt!!haha)

  6. If you made a good decision and the outcome was bad, still, the decision was good. ( enroll in a statistics class and youll understand why..hehe)

  7. I'm still the intelligent sean ever since, así, no problemo.

  8. Be proactive, don't blame the teacher even if the teacher is to blame.

I have to go because i'm more than two hours na here in the cafe.


voy a ir, porque tengo que hacer mucho deberes, especialmente en BA46. Mi aconsejar hasta esos quien valorar en menos del valor real me ---teach your grandmother how to suck eggs...


translatation: I have to go na k daghan pa ko asyments esp. BA46 and my advise sa mga tao na mo underestimate nako.... (idiom meaning) dont correct me beacuse I know better than you do.


soy recogiendo loco. I'm getting crazy na jud...hahaiz...hasta la vista.

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Sunday, July 1, 2007

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Funny GrapHics



See and watch these...hehehe





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Thursday, June 21, 2007

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Unwanted Teacher

Abhorrence was what I felt for my unwanted teacher--Salisid, CPA. Everybody i knows think she's such a mondo bizzaro, strolling around the campus. She talks like Flitwick of Harry Potter, yes, with the voice that seems like altered by a mixer, thin and pitchy. She's four eyes, chubby and not-so-overdone-make-uper. We had just two meetings with her and my absolute impression was--she's a disaster. My best options would be to withdraw the subject, sleep in her class or long blank stares to the board.

Comments, testis and reviews from her former underlings and pets are:

Taking her subject is fun and games. Don't expect something to learn. You be bamboozled and zero your exams.

Oh my! Just....why in the very hell I'm in her class? I wish I could turn tail, run and zoom out of her class. But who could? who would? I mean we have to be geeks to pass the subject (ac19). I sneaked into Escolano's class (another ac19 teacher) to sit in in his class. I've got a few scribbles and doodles about the topic for the week and the exercise homework. Coinkydinkly, Salisid, the next morning (just this morning), required us to do the exercise and voila! I still have the notes from my sit in. So I copied the whole thing, tossed my copy to my begging classmates and said to myself " Gee, I'm Mr. Know-it-all for now". I felt like a god, an omnipotent (just kidding!).

(checking papers time)

(ehh, not actually checking but discussing the items on the exercise)

There's this happenstance that really gave me a black eye ( embarassment) oh my!! I don't want to talk 'bout it anymore....because what actually happens was a mess. I debated with her with some few items because I thought of what Escolano had given was entirely right.huhu I have no choice but to silence myself for after all, she's my teacher.

(afterthoughts)

I realized that I shouldn't treat her so badly. She's as venerable as any aged, competent teachers in the campus could be!!

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Wednesday, June 20, 2007

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New Video bar

I wonder when will I receive my first domino from google? Judging from my traffic, it'll be a year or so. So, I added a new youtube video bar on my blog. hahaiz!! Hope people will stay longer on my blog. please click on my ads, I beg you!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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Tuesday, June 19, 2007

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Practical Jokes, Blogging Tips, Adsense, Insurance and Phew!!: Mother Earth

http://www.shvoong.com/social-sciences/1620501-Let's Save Mother earth

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Mother Earth



It's more than physical displacement travel that is. For in a small panel window, I worked my eyes to the fleeting scenery. From the fish ponds that has been dried by the sun remains soil cracks and there burst a putrid smell of decaying fishes. To the fields of corn that bowed as if a thousand hair blowers withered them yellow. Garbage piled on the shoulders of the road seemed like a ruck controlled for a passing parade. Smoke and dust boiled together and hung like high puffs as if dissipating dry ice for a theater play.


The journey preoccupied my eyes with unfamiliar sights (and strangely familiar ones) that my mind drifted to wandering. The mental trip drove down into a deep contemplation. Then I sang an incantation, bowed my head, rested my cheeks on my clenched fists and dug my elbow unto my legs. I wished to revive Mother Earth with a single flick of my hand. Gaea cries. But we will never hear her cry if our eyes are fastened to a flatscreen and our ears blasted with the sound of the iPod. Mercy us, for Mother Earth cries not for herself but for her children. We will never hear her cry lest we be flooded like crops. Until we're burned in a wildfire. Blown by a typhoon or until casualties run to an infinite reckoning.

Let's save Mother Earth or we suffer!! Let's save Mother Earth and the future will be saved!!

I arrived at the terminal filling my lungs with the familiar city scent.
"What did I take home from that journey?" I asked myself. I realized that some decisions can't be put off. And that we're not caught in the horns of dilemma not to act.

I felt some future dreams are chasing me as I traveled. My joruney gave me the required distance for the enormous picture to show itself. I realized that everyday travel provides us pieces to the great puzzle and that it won't take a lifetime to reveal what's hidden on that puzzle. If only there are clearer signs and efficient clues to streamline the process.


Everything is part of the great puzzle. But to act to save Mother Earth has already been shown.


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Saturday, June 16, 2007

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Suite Life

The husband of my grand-aunt had just died last June 7, 2007. I could have written something on that day. But I was too lazy. He died of lung cancer. Damn you all smokers!! He had just half a century plus half a decade..heheh


Anyway, I had been into my classes for the first week. I really am not comfortable with the auras my new classmates have. The class is boring and it really sucks your energy out. There are no funnny people to cheer me up ( besides me..hehehe) and they're unknown to me. I just have a few classmates which I know for two sems. Just a few. Por vida.

The CEL 1 exam that I took gave me a false hope that I be inserted in a safe class block (a, B, C & D) but I was wrong. hahaiz. Now I have to stuggle my way into knowing new faces again. Nobody has the X-factor that I am looking for for a good company.


This is a new life that I will be living. New Faces. New Teachers.


Our BA 46 teacher gave us a welcome assignment. He's pretty funny. Cracking jokes as well as corny ones between lines. Hast la vista

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Monday, June 4, 2007

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Today

Mood: not in high spirits

I am busy today. Enrolment for the third year is going on and unfortunate for me, my schedule had not been typed so I have to stagger my way up to the third floor to line with unfortunate fellas. The University , I guess, has little sympathy over those hungry children who made their way to school without breakfast. HAHA. I did not print my study load. And i just ask my helpful friend ( soon-to-be-adsense friend also!!) to arrange my not so cohesive sked so as not to wake me up early than the worms in the morning and sleep later than the nocturnals in the night.

Im typing at a nearby ineternet cafe ahora mismo with an empty stomach. And i'm going to launch soon my new blog about insurance: www.insurance-whiz.blogspot.com. You probably know that I want to earn income from adsense that is why I have to create a blog about insurance since they possess the most high paid keywords in the google adsense books.heheh
Hope Google won't persecute me for doing so. The worst thing that could happento me is to have all my blogs and domains flagged as blocked. HUHU Hasta la vista!

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Sunday, June 3, 2007

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Cool Links

If you like to read blogs of famous persons then try this.

www.coconuter.blogspot.com

He posts a lot of Pics and there's no way you can say its ugly. David the coconuter is half pinoy and half american and he details every blogposts about his cool adventures here in the philippines.

Let your saliva fall on this delectable pictures.... Do i've got the right word??

www.tastespotting.com

If your into watching teleseries, animes and whatnot then you can't say no to this:

www.tv-links.co.uk

Phew!!

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The famous Vlogger


I've read from my sister's book an article about blogging. I got so interested when i took a glance of it. I quickly read the paragraphs. heheh. And found out 'bout this famous Vlogger (video blogger) named Dylan Verdi. harhar

Kindly check out her Vlog.www.dylanverdi.com hehehe.

I did not really grill her blog or vlog But I bet its nice. That's explains her myriad fans. heheh

Go check it out!!

I wonder how she got a domain not of blogspot or xanga or livejournal.

If you type dylanverdi.blogspot.com or dylanverdi.com, the resulting page is the same. I really am wondering how to do that. hehe You know what I mean don't you??

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Friday, June 1, 2007

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Lost Cause, sort of

There hasn't been updates this month of May. I've beeen on my month-long vacation in Argao, Cebu. I arrrived here in Cebu city to apply for an ID replacement. Fortunately the school guard didn't grill me as to the whereabouts of my beloved ID. Actually I was getting delirious these past few days, since I know that if you lost your ID then immediate action must be taken so as not to raise further complications. Me being kalog had applied just hours ago. ( I lost it on December 02, 2006) I was given temporary gate pass that expired last march (april and may are summer months in philippines--no class). hehehe

On the other side of the gate, everytime I cook I use Ginisa Mix as seasoning. There had been advertisements flashed on TV about there pasasalamat raffle. You just send your empty packs along with your info. I brought all twelve of those empty packs, bought envelopes and long bondpapers only to know the cut-off dates was yesterday. I seemed like a moron leaning on those drawboxes just to see the mechanics. Unlucky me.HEHEH

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Thursday, May 24, 2007

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Test Of Genius

Count Only Once!!!
Read this Sentence only slowly.
count how many F's are there in the sentence.
Count only Once.
---------------------------------------------
FINISHED FILES ARE THE RESULT OF YEARS
OF SCIENTIFIC STUDY COMBINED
WITH THE EXPERIENCED OF YEARS
----------------------------------------------

A person of average IQ finds three F's. If you spotted four then good, you're above average. If you've got five then you can turn up your nose at almost anybody. if you've caught all six then you're a genius and the question is whether you'll be taking tests like this. If you cheated and got all six then you're nut a genius.

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Tuesday, May 15, 2007

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Free Online Translator


I have cousins abroad who do speak a different language. Though they know how to speak ours (Filipino)--a bit, they still struggle and stumble over words. I use an online translator so as to impress them a bit. And they were impressed.hehe. They're shocked how I got my norwegian dexterity when me myself isn't. I advise people who will use this to keep their grammar so as not to confuse the translator. Good Luck. Well, you can use this also to translate websites into to your language.

you can translate anything anyway. not just a website...

website Translator:

http://www.tranexp.com:2000/Translate/result.shtml

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Wednesday, May 2, 2007

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The joy of junk: practical joke

  1. Paint soap bar thorughly with several coats of shellac so that it doesn't get wet and hence won't lather. Leave it out for your friends (a.k.a. victims) Or take it to the locker room and give it to the foambrain you pulled the "ball avalanche" gag on. He's more likely to take it if you hand him the soap replaced in its original wrapper.
  2. Dipping a sleeper's hand in a bowl of warm water is said to make him wet the bed. I have not tested this personally but unscrupuluous colleagues assured me this is true.

source: the book of practical jokes by peter van der linden

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The Blog of Practical Jokes

Warning: Use these jokes before they're used on you!!



How to do practically anything--trick, fool, bamboozle, confound, confuse, turn the tables on, and generally freak out.

To practiclly anyone--family, friends, teacher, beaureaucrats, computer nuts and bosess not to mention widows and orphans

On practically any ocassions--meals, parties, clastimes, ofice hours, weddings and ( well, may be not but why not) funerals.

Just check out my posts every now and then.

Check this out:

Joy of Junk

check out my next postSS about jokes...heheh

source: PvdL's book--the official Handbook of practical Jokes

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Tuesday, May 1, 2007

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Become an Alpha Male!

How to Increase Self Confidence & Attract Women

Watch a man with high status - Brad Pitt, George Clooney, or the CEO where you work - and you'll notice that he moves differently than the rest of us. He gives off vibes that he is hot stuff, and because of that, women get soaking wet over him.

You, too, can create that aura that makes you attractive to women.

With that in mind, here are some pointers for you to develop the mindset and body language of an alpha male:

1. Don't allow yourself to feel worried. Just let your worries go, since you can't solve any problem by worrying. So suck it up, and quit thinking about what might go wrong. Just live life.

2. A second strategy to relax is to breathe through your abdomen rather than your chest.

When you breathe, imagine that you're bringing air down to your stomach. Feel your belly rise and fall as you breathe.

3. Avoid nonverbal behaviors that are the opposite of relaxation:

- Raising your shoulders.
- Wrinkling your forehead.
- Fidgeting with your hands and/or legs.
- Tightening your facial muscles.

4. Relax all your muscles and slow down all of your movements a notch.

Alpha males generally move unhurriedly, as if they are in control of time itself. Beta males are nervous and make jerky movements. Imagine you are standing and walking through a swimming pool, where your movements are slow and fluid.

5. Relax your eyes and eyelids.

Beta males hold their eyelids wide open because they are so nervous. Their eyes dart all around. Instead let your eyelids rest. Look straight ahead. Only give things your attention if they interest you. While you're out and about, do the affirmation to yourself, "I am sexual, I am relaxed, and I am in control."

6. If someone wants your attention, move your head slowly.

A trait common to many beta males is being so eager to please that when someone calls their name, you see them spin their heads toward the person unnaturally fast.

Article by John Alexander, author of "How to Become an Alpha Male" ... a seduction success guide for men. Get advanced tips on how to develop the mind set and body language of an alpha male.



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Saturday, April 28, 2007

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Five of the Best April Fool's Day Pranks

Defying Gravity

In 1976, British Astonomer patrick Moore announced on radio a once in a lifetime astronomical event that would momentarily lessen the erath's gravity. Hundreds of listeners jumped into the air at precisely 9:47am as specified by Moore. One woman insisted she and eleven of friends had floated in the room.


Spaghetti Trees

sometimes seeing is not believing. After watching footage of Swiss farmers pulling spaghetti strands from trees on the BBC news show. Panorama in 1957, viewers called the station demanding to know how they could grow their own spaghetti trees.


TV Magic


In 1962, a Swedish TV station's techical expert went on the news to demonstarte how viewers could convert their black and white TV Transmissions to colour--by pulling a nylon stocking over their TV screens. Hundreds of thousands followed suits, hoping for magic and a bit of colour in their lives.

Off the Map

In 1977, British newspaper The Guardian had an innovative idea for its travel supplement. Using printing technology, the team invented San Seriffe, a small country in the Indian Ocean made up of semi-colon shaped islands, including Upper Caisse and the Lower Caisse.

Left-Hand Burgers


Burger Kings Left hand burgers takes the prize for the product development. Customers turned up at restaurants requesting the new burger, entirely identical to the original, save for its condiments rotated 180 degrees to better serve its left-handed consumers.



Source: Rdasia april 2007, www.museumofhoaxes.com


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All in A day's worK

The cut on our piglet wasn't very serious, but it did require some stitches. So I sent my teenage daughter to get a needle and a thread, while I looked after the squealing animal.


Ten minutes have passed, she still hadn't returned.

"What are you doing?", I called out.

She yelled back."Looking for a pink thread."



source: rd asia april 2007

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Thursday, April 26, 2007

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Apple defends Jobs as profits surge


Board expresses "complete confidence" in "Steve's integrity" in wake of fresh options claims...

By Tom Krazit


Published: Thursday 26 April 2007


Apple yesterday reported financial results far ahead of Wall Street's expectations, and the company's board of directors defended CEO Steve Jobs' role in Apple's stock options backdating scandal.
Revenue for Apple's second quarter, which ended 31 March, was $5.26bn, up 21 per cent compared with revenue of $4.36bn in the same quarter last year. Profit was up nearly 88 per cent at $770m, or 87 cents per share, compared with profit of $410m, or 47 cents per share, last year.
Wall Street analysts surveyed by Thomson First Call had been expecting revenue of $5.17bn and profits per share of 64 cents.
Peter Oppenheimer, Apple's chief financial officer, said during a conference call following the release of the numbers: "We are pleased to report strong financial results and the best March quarter in Apple's history."
Before revealing its financial performance, Apple's board of directors issued a statement confirming its support for Jobs in the wake of allegations made by Fred Anderson, the former chief financial officer at Apple.
Anderson issued a press release saying he warned Jobs that selecting options grant dates other than the actual date the board of directors approved the grant could force Apple to record an expense. Federal authorities and the company have conducted investigations into Apple's stock options practices and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filed suit against Anderson and former general counsel Nancy Heinen earlier this week, for their roles in the options scandal.
The statement said: "We are not going to enter into a public debate with Fred Anderson or his lawyer. Steve Jobs co-operated fully with Apple's independent investigation and with the government's investigation of stock options grants at Apple. The SEC investigated the matter thoroughly and its complaint speaks for itself, in terms of what it says, what it does not say, who it charges, and who it does not charge. We have complete confidence in the conclusions of Apple's independent investigation, and in Steve's integrity and his ability to lead Apple."
It was attributed to Bill Campbell, Millard Drexler, Albert Gore Jr, Arthur Levinson, Eric Schmidt and Jerry York, Apple's directors other than Jobs, who is the chairman of the board.
As was expected, Oppenheimer steered clear of questions about Jobs, the board's statement and the stock options mess during the conference call, preferring to focus on sales of Macs and iPods during the quarter. Mac shipments were up 36 per cent to 1.5 million units, and iPod sales rose 24 per cent to 10.5 million compared with the previous year.
The sharp rise in profits was attributed to great deals during the quarter on commodities such as memory and chips, Oppenheimer said. Apple doesn't expect the favourable pricing environment to last the whole year, however.
MacBook and MacBook Pro shipments were the primary engine behind Mac sales, with unit shipments up 79 per cent compared with last year, and revenue up 83 per cent. More than 50 per cent of people who bought a Mac in Apple's retail stores were new Mac buyers, Oppenheimer said. The stores themselves continued to help Apple's overall sales, with revenue through the stores up 34 per cent.
Apple predicted that its third-quarter revenue would be $5.1bn, lower than Wall Street forecasts for the next quarter. The company does tend to subscribe to the "under-promise, over-deliver" school of guidance theory, however. And investors seemed unconcerned about the lower-than-expected outlook, driving the company's stock up 6.45 per cent, or $6.15, to $101.54 in after-hours trading on the profit news.
Tom Krazit writes for CNET News.com
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Apple CEO: iTunes subscriptions unlikely

Ahead of final negotiations with the big four music labels, Apple CEO Steve Jobs on Wednesday said that he is unlikely to give in to calls from the music industry to add a subscription-based model to Apple's iTunes store, despite comments by analysts to the contrary. "Never say never, but customers don't seem to be interested in it," Jobs told Reuters in an interview after Apple reported record March quarter profits of $770 million. "The subscription model has failed so far.... People want to own their music."

The industry leading online music destination has sold more than 2.5 billion songs since it was launched and continues to expand its film offerings. During the conference call yesterday, iTunes said that has over 5 million songs, 350 television shows, and 500 movies and that iTunes accounts for over 85 percent of legal music downloads in the United States (Nielsen SoundScan numbers).

A recent revolutionary agreement with EMI for DRM-free music -- which will be available at premium in May -- puts the other labels at a disadvantage, according to previous reports. "EMI struck a deal that puts all of us at a disadvantage," said an anonymous music executive. EMI, however, defended its position, saying that consumers were frustrated with DRM protection.

The remaining labels -- Sony BMG, Universal, and Warner -- are expected to drive contract renewal negotiations with Apple toward variable song pricing, a subscription service for iTunes, and bundling more music alongside other features into digital packages.

Last week, industry executives and analysts told Reuters that they expect Jobs, following his open letter calling for DRM-free music, to push for further concessions from record companies on selling music without copy-protection.

"There are a lot of people in the other music companies who are very intrigued by it," Jobs said in the interview. "They're thinking very hard about it right now.... We've said by the end of this year, over half of the songs we offer on iTunes we believe will be in DRM-free versions," Jobs said. "I think we're going to achieve that."

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Monday, April 23, 2007

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Animation

I always fancy cool animation, I've dug through youtube and found this. I'm not certain if you'll like this but...try to watch it and see for urself...hehe

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Saturday, April 21, 2007

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Life's Like That

Spanish never came easy for my sister. Still she did her best to communicate with the spanish-speaking staff at the restaurant she managed.

But when she made mistakes--- and she made a lot of them---she'd apologise by saying, "Me estupido". Finally a member of her staff took some pity on her. " Susanna, you're not estupido", she said, bucking my sister's ego.

" You're a woman", she then continued, "so you're estupida".



By: Reader's Digest-- april 2007

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Friday, April 20, 2007

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Old set of Rules



As the popular adage goes, “The children are our future”. I say yes. But how will we become the future if we’re trained constantly using antiquated educational systems governed by a set of old rules??!!

“Go to school, get high grades and have a secure, high-paying job.” That’s what parents would say. I believe that that old cassette works well for people born 50 years ago, but when you advise that to people born in a rapidly changing world, it’s just too risky. Doctors, NURSES, lawyers don’t get paid as they were before. (As they were hailed as the benchmark for success.) Let’s get with the times!! Successful people never heard of college, Madonna, Bill Gates not to mention Oprah. They’ve skipped/quit college in exchange for monster big bank accounts. They’ve calculated each risk and opportunities so well and looked like they’ve done a great job. But I’m not trying to convince you to quit your schooling, nor am I a seductive and articulate writer spreading my own disease of doubt. This is my viewpoint.

Going to school means getting high grades. Getting high grades means graduating summa cum laude. Graduating summa cum laude means a high-end job which eventually makes money, money to spend for everything, from taxes to credit card bills. When we raise our kids they’ll do the same. It becomes routinary. It’s sick and it sucks. Sick and sucks. As our family grows bigger we work harder and our jobs become vitally important. People enroll in Nursing, then go abroad. Some finish accountancy, got tired of low salary, went to school for masteral, got a raise, got new fam members, go to school again and get
Ph. D. then gets a raise. See, it’s completely idiotic and routinary. As I call it a RatRace and we’re trapped in it. Let’s not deny it. Our eyes don’t see it but our mind does and our feelings do.

We study for years in college and enroll with useless subjects which prepare us for the world which no longer exists. We’re bound with national debt because some politicians never went to college or if they did, the antiquated educational system prepared them for yesterday’s dreams. What shall we do??!! I say financial intelligence. Let’s learn how to cultivate our financial IQ because I believe that the root of all evil is the lack of money not the love of it or money itself. Lack of money because people mismanaged their finances. Some classmates I know use credit cards for shopping, car gasoline and weekend parties. Never thinking that their parents will suffer the burden of monthly credit bills.
My writing starts to pall, I suggest I’ll cut till here and read a book titled rich dad poor dad by Robert Kiyosaki which can be bought at nation at 319.00 PhP

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RatRace: deep contemplation

(Note: assume you’re a grown up)

Sometimes when I looked at people, differences are blurred. I look at Chineses and I see one billion people with the same kinky eyes, flat noses and pink lips. I look at Americans and I see 250 million people with white pale skin, long noses and thin lips. Don’t get me? It’s like seeing a pair of identical twins, completely congruent you can’t tell who’s who. Now you get me.

The day at the final judgment God does the same. Because he doesn’t see us with our rolex watches in our wrists, because he doesn’t see us wearing Armani suits, because he doesn’t see our the dozen credit cards in our wallets and because we don’t arrive on the Heaven’s gate with a limo, God sees us equal, differences cast out and he judges us based on our actions.

Everyday in our lives we’ve forewarned about the doomsday. We’ve been spoonfed all about those moralities and ethics we already know but we hardly care about. We seem to pay no heed. We’re blinded with the pretty mundane things, the luxuries we sought. We worked hard for money, earn them, pay taxes and spend what’s left. We raise children, earn more money, pay more taxes and spend more for a growing family and then no more left. We’re trapped in a RatRace, eventually our kids we’ll do the same, earn, pay, and spend. History repeats itself for we have not learned anything from the past. But what shall we do to break the chain??!! I myself don’t know because I haven’t learned anything yet but one thing, that in life is a short time spans barely a century or so and that we should live that life not to earn a living but to live a life---worthy, fulfilled, useful. Let’s just assume that money is not real and ultimately, you will care not about it.

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Monday, April 16, 2007

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Practicing good sleeping hygiene

Up all night?! Down all day?!

If you're like me who experience an insomnia season every year, then better read this post. This might be helpful....

Fortunate for most, tangling with the blanket, staring at the ceiling or counting a thousand sheeps as the sunrises or the alarm cries---caused by anxiety about a debut to attend, an unfinished task or a presentation---will pass in a day or two. But for others like me, experiencing an insomnia season---stretch to five days and more, causes further stress, exhaustion during the day and sickness ( cough and colds).

So to combat insomnia, here's a set of helpful tips for setting a healthy sleep sked:
  1. Set up a solid routine. organize your sked so you can go to sleep and wake up around the same time each day. Such scheduling will train your body to sleep when you need it and wake feeling rested.

  2. No naps. Even if you had a lousy night's sleep, don't nap during the day. Daytime napping will only make it harder for you to fall asleep during the night. If you must nap, push your bedtime by an equivalent amount of time.

  3. Dump distractions. The bedroom should be for sleep, so put the computer, and radio in the living room. Keeping them in your room will only distract you from the task of sleeping.

  4. Get out of of the bed. If you find urself having a difficulty falling asleep, don't stay in bed staring at the clock. Instead, move to another room and read a book until you feel sleepy again. The return to bedroom to fall asleep.

  5. make a list. If anxiety about everything you need to get done is keeping you up, write a list of your undone tasks, so you can put them aside mentally.

  6. Skip caffeine and alcohol. caffeine may wake you up and a glass of wine before bedtime will knock you down, but neither beverage allows your body to do it naturally.

  7. exercise.-----dur..you know it.

  8. ThinK positively, evrything will follows.

The above list is based on Psychology Today's April 2007's issue. Now her's my additions, they work for me, maybe they'll do the same for you...



  1. Think of Nothing. Free your mind or everthing or let your mind wander, effortlessly.

  2. Relax your muscles. count backwards, coz it has an unconstructive thingy effect on ur brain, simultaneously, relax your muscles starting from your forehead down to your toes. then point your eyes upward beneath your closed eyelids.

  3. Imagine. Imagine that you're in your fave place, like in the beach or in a paradise, or floating in seawater or whatever...----it will help you relax....

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hinanaing

Category: Personal

a post for april 13, 2007
I haven’t secured yet a coat for tomorrow’s affair. My friend Michi will have her debut party at the second six. Six four hours from more and I’m screwed. If I come w/o a coat then I can’t get in Chateau de Busay, if I can’t get in then disaster for me.


To rent or not to rent, to go or not to go. Those are the questions, whether ‘tis nobler in the mind to suffer, the yawyaw of tita Bambi and the lagot of Michi, of outrageous fortune. If I be dead today then I’ll have the greatest alibi not to come. Then I won’t rent and then I won’t go. But should I be dead?? Oh pity me!! I’m getting delirious!!


(Out of my mind, be back in 5 minutes…)


Maranga is trying to get a hand of her uncle’s coat. But I’m pretty sure her uncle is 51% likely to refuse to lend it to me. After all, we’re not friends nor we are acquainted. But to hope is the best thing I can do.


Two days ago we found ourselves at the back of USC, at the Sanciangko st. Three boutiques lined up offering similar items at diff. prices. The first shop offered 400 for a coat, the second, 350 then the last is 250. The first two shops rents out authentic ones and the last hasn’t any brand tags on their coats. I’m not trying to be picky, but halur even you won’t spend a quarter grand just for an ingenuine.( hahaiz!!, usa ra pajud ka sul-ob)

As of this writing, Maranga hasn’t arrived yet from laag. I went to their house a couple of hours ago but her sister said “ wa diri” with an I’m-not –interested tone, plus a face perfectly stuck to the computer!! Oh my!! That’s how you treat guests?! Anyway, nahinumduman nko na niborrow ko ato for third year prom but an honest friend of mine, as I met him during the prom, blurted out na mora daw duster ang Americana k dako daw kaau…..hahaiz!!

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Thursday, April 12, 2007

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MonoLogUe

Category: Personal


Note: Some texts are written in latin/spanish but translations follows, I advice you not to read if you're squeamish.


I am not yet tired of nobody reading my blog, because I believe that someday, I will become a Shakespeare, entrancing readers, never letting their eyes go(hehe). Recently, I've been searching for definitive tips regarding adsense for bloggers. Found a blogpost containing a list of top-paying-adsense-keywords which I've been looking for. I nearly leaped for joy. I said at last, I'm two steps forward. But how will my adsense become a lucrative income source if i've got no traffic??!

Caramba (Darn it). Another prob I suppose. Move three steps backward.Be tolerant. You're not a talented mouse potato I said. It's all so true, becoming a compunerd is an arduous task. Task that will pay off obese income if one succeeds. Hahaiz. That means I have to strecth my patience for 6 months, waiting, exploring, learning. Tempus fugit.(time flies)

I posted about insurance dos dias ago, in re (let me say).... a stupid post. Por eso lo tengo delete ( That's why I have to delete it)

I've been self-studying spanish for a year, but the words fly away plus I've got a bad memory equals superficial learning. Please bear with me, if I'm on my personal mode my ideasare scattered, and I get a lil delirious.

Got to go! iHasta la vista! (until then)

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