Saturday, December 24, 2011

List of MEME Codes in Facebook Chat


Meme faces are getting very popular in many sites and blogs, and some of these are integrated in Facebook Chat.

Try it now :)

[[ForeverAloneComics]] ForeverAlone
[[MeGustaMeme]] Megusta
[[164413893600463]] Megusta 2
[[149333368464171]] YaoMing
[[116616581692281]] TROLL Face
[[145768898802324]] FUUUUUs
[[168456309878025]] LOL
[[189637151067601]] LOL 2
[[FapFapFap.B]] FAPFAP
[[106043532814443]] Y U NO
[[214457085240151]] Nothing to do here
[[129627277060203]] Poker faces
[[160723207280093]] You Fucking kidding me?
[[ChallengeAcceptado]] Challenge accepted
[[100002752520227]] Okay
[[105387672833401]] Fuck Yeah
[[224812970902314]] Derp
[[192644604154319]] derpina
[[170815706323196]] Cereal guy
[[142670085793927]] Mother of God
[[168040846586189]] Feel like a sir


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RAFI and DOH Urge Observance of Healthy Lifestyle During the Holidays

Past records of the Department of Health show an increase of the number of patients at the local hospitals after a long Christmas vacation.
This prompted Dave Bargamento, National Nutrition Council 7 nutrition officer, and Ronald delos Reyes, program coordinator of the Eduardo J. Aboitiz Cancer Center, to urge the public to observe a healthy lifestyle during the holidays.
During the Dec. 17 episode of Pagtuki, the weekly radio program of the Ramon Aboitiz Foundation Inc. aired every Saturday morning over dyLA, Bargamento and delos Reyes shared tips on how to stay healthy this yuletide season.
"People, especially those who are always attending parties, should eat moderately. They should avoid eating high fat and salt content foods. Too much of fat and salt will always have a negative effect on one’s body," Bargamento explained.
Both Pagtuki guests promoted the eating of fruits and vegetables and lessening the use of seasonings.
“Since it would be a long holiday for everyone, it would be better to give time to exercising. Exercise would help burn excess calories. The sweat would help release toxins from our body,” delos Reyes said.
“Intake of water would also be helpful, especially when you drink alcoholic beverages. Water can help dilute alcoholic drinks,” Bargamento added.
They also advised partygoers to eat food that are rich in protein before going to their parties, saying that being very hungry before an event would trigger them to eat a lot.
"Eating ham on noche buena should also be minimized. Ham is processed meat and is high on salt. One or two slices of it would be enough," Bargamento said.
He also urged parents to store the kids’ favorite, spaghetti, properly since it “perishes easily” compared to other food.
Both Pagtuki guests pointed out that excess intake of food would lead to obesity that increases the risk of other possible illnesses, such as colon cancer. (by Hannah Reoma/RAFI intern)

Captain Morgan Arrives in Cebu


Captain Morgan Original Spiced Rum is one of the top-ranking spirit brands
in the world. And it is now officially in the Philippines.

The character behind the brand, Captain Henry Morgan, is a larger-than-life
personality; a lovable rogue known to spark the spirit of legendary adventures
among friends. He has been hijacking bars in Manila since mid-November and is
now in Cebu with his Morganettes to start bringing legendary times to more parts of the country.

The Captain brought his treasure chest to Alchology along Mango Avenue in Cebu City and handed out keys to customers to unlock the chest with. Inside were Captain Morgan premiums for his lucky new shipmates.

Samples of his signature mix, Captain & Cola, were also served. The drink mixes the unique blend of Caribbean Rum, mellow spices, and flavoring, with the right amount of cola and ice—the perfect serve for all occasion, any season.

Expect Captain Morgan to drop by more of your favorite bars and hangouts so that you can get a taste of Captain & Cola and get the chance to unlock his treasure chest for some special gear.

Captain Morgan Original Spiced Rum is also now available at leading supermarkets and convenience stores nationwide.

You can also keep up to date with the Captain’s adventures, promos, and other news through the Facebook Page, http://www.facebook.com/CaptainMorganPhilippines.

Captain Morgan is distributed by Diageo, the world’s leading premium drinks business trading in more than 180 countries.


CONTACT:
Martin Romualdez Vernadine Baritua
Ace Saatchi & Saatchi Diageo
(02) 857 4900 local 2202 (02) 793 8511
martin_romualdez@acesaatchi.com.ph
nadine.baritua@diageo.com

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Let it Snow Effect on Google Search




Cool Google Snow in Google Search
1. Open Google in new tab
2. Search "let it snow" (hit enter key)
3. Observe :)

Monday, December 19, 2011

List of Agencies , Banks, Companies that Accept Donation for Sendong Typhoon Victims in Iligan, Cagayan De Oro City, Dumaguete




The list below is a compilation taken off social networking site Facebook and the blogs of concerned citizens.

Cash donations may also be sent through ABS-CBN via the following bank accounts:

Banco de Oro Peso Account
Account name: ABS-CBN Foundation Inc.-Sagip Kapamilya
Account Number: 39301-14199
Swift Code: BNORPHMM

Banco de Oro Dollar Account
Account name: ABS-CBN Foundation Inc.-Sagip Kapamilya
Account Number: 39300-81622
Swift Code: BNORPHMM

Philippine National Bank Peso Account
Account name: ABS-CBN Foundation Inc.-Sagip Kapamilya
Account Number: 419-539-5000-13
Swift Code: PNBMPHMM

Bank of the Philippine Islands Peso Account
Account name: ABS-CBN Foundation Inc.-Sagip Kapamilya
Account Number: 3051-1127-75
Branch: West Triangle, Quezon City
Swift Code: BOPIPHMM

Banks of the Philippine Islands Dollar Account
Account name: ABS-CBN Foundation Inc.-Sagip Kapamilya
Account Number: 3054-0270-35
Branch: West Triangle, Quezon City
Swift Code: BOPIPHMM

TV5 Kapatid Foundation

Cash donations may be sent through TV5 Kapatid Foundation Inc. Banco de Oro Savings Account No. 005310-410164 and Bank of the Philippine Islands Savings Account No. 1443-05333-2

Kapuso Foundation

For monetary donations, the Foundation accepts cash or checks. You may course your donations through the following:

METROPOLITAN BANK & TRUST COMPANY (METROBANK)
Peso Savings
Account Name:GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
Account Number:3-098-51034-7
Dollar Savings
Account Name:GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
Account Number:2-098-00244-2
Code:MBTC PH MM

UNITED COCONUT PLANTERS BANK (UCPB)
Peso Savings
Account Name:GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
Account Number:115-184777-2
:160-111277-7
Dollar Savings
Account Name:GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
Account Number:01-115-301177-9
:01-160-300427-6
Code:UCPB PH MM

Donations are also accepted in the following banks:

BANCO DE ORO (BDO)
Peso Savings
Account Name:GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
Account Number:469-0022189
Dollar Savings
Account Name:GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
Account Number:469-0072135
Code: BNORPHMM

PHILIPPINE NATIONAL BANK (PNB)
Peso Savings
Account Name :GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
Account Numbe:121-003200017
Dollar Savings
Account Name:GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
Account Number:121-003200025
Code:PNB MPH MM

Philippine National Red Cross via mobile phone

Send RED to 4143 (Smart) and RED to 2899 (Globe).

* Smart subscribers may send financial help to the Philippine Red Cross through text. To donate, cellphone users should send RED to 4143. Valid donation amounts are 10, 25, 50 and 100 and will be charged to the subscriber’s prepaid load or postpaid bill.

* Globe subscribers may send help to Red Cross. Just text RED and send to 2899. Valid donation amounts are 10, 25, 50, 100 (For ex, RED 10).

SMART Subscribers

* Smart subscribers all over the country may send help to those affected by typhoon Sendong. Smart Money users can instantly transfer funds through their mobile phones to the official Baha Fund account number 5577 5130 6822 1104. Donors may also deposit cash to the same Smart Money account number in any Banco De Oro branch nationwide or through Hapinoy and Cebuana Lhuillier outlets.

* SMARTCares: Subscribers may donate to #Sendong victims via text. Just send RED to 4143. Valid donation amounts 10, 25, 50, 100.”

Globe Subscribers

Through GCASH, text DONATE and send to 2882.

Sunday, December 18, 2011

North Korea Leader Kim Jong-il Dead at 69



North Korean leader Kim died on a train trip. Kim died of a heart ailment on a train due to a "great mental and physical strain" on Saturday during a "high intensity field inspection."

North Korea has been grooming Kim's third son to take over power from his father in the impoverished nation that celebrates the ruling family with an intense cult of personality.

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Filipino Drug Mule Executed in China on December 8 Thursday



December 8, 2011
7:00 a.m. - A mass was officiated by Filipino priest, Fr. Emil at the hotel where the family was staying.

8:00 a.m. - The family, Fr. Emil and consulate officials proceeded to the Guilin detention house in Guangxi province.

8:30 a.m. to 9:15 a.m. - A 10-minute jail visitation was granted to consulate officials and another 25 minutes to the family of the convicted drug trafficker.

9:25 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. - The court ruling meting out the death penalty against the Filipino was read by a judge. An English translation was also provided according to Binay.

9:45 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. - The family, the priest and consulate officials were again allowed to see the Pinoy. Binay said Fr. Emil was able to give the last rites and communion to the convicted Pinoy

10:15 a.m. - The Filipino was brought to Liuzhou City, the venue of the execution. Family members and consulate officials were not allowed to go. They stayed behind in Guilin.

The drive from Guilin to Luizhou takes about 2 hours.

12:30 p.m. - The death penalty by lethal injection was carried out against the Filipino

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Globe's Statement on Lower SMS Rates




Globe supports the NTC initiative to lower SMS interconnection access rates to 15 centavos and has fully complied with the NTC Memorandum.


The lowering of domestic access charges on sms will allow Globe to offer more aggressive and competitive sms based unli, bulk and all network promos.


Right now, our customers are enjoying an average rate of close to 10 centavos per sms because of the inter and all network bulk unli offers, as well as our postpaid and consumable plan offerings.


The lower sms access rates will help provide greater benefits to our customers especially those who are currently using our unli services.



Atty. Froilan Castelo

Head, Corporate and Legal Services Group

Globe Telecom.

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Hanson Live in Manila Philippines




Shout It Out Tour: Hanson LIVE in Manila on March 30, 2012 at the Smart-Araneta Coliseum. Call TicketNet at 911-5555 for ticket inquirie and reservations.

OFFICIAL Ticket Prices:
Patron VIP (Reserved Seating) - P4770
Patron (Reserved Seating) - P3710
Lower Box VIP (Reserved Seating) - P3710
Lower Box (Reserved Seating) - P3180
Upper Box A (Reserved Seating) - P2650
Upper Box B (Free Seating) - P1590
General Admission (Free Seating) - P530

This event was brought to us by Dayly Entertainment, LAMC Productions and Rockstar Touring.

Avril Lavigne Live in Manila


Canadian Grammy award-nominated pop/rock/punk singer, musician, fashion designer and actress is coming to Manila for the 3rd time. Catch The Black Star Tour: Avril Lavigne live in Manila February 16, 2012

TICKET PRICES:

Patron Center – P7920
Patron Sides – P6340
Lower Box – P5280
Upper Box A – P2640
Upper Box B – P1585
Gen Admission – P530

For ticket inquiries you may call Wilbros Live 374-2222 or Ticketnet 911 5555

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Cebu Pacific Seat Sale November 24

Aurelia Matias and Luis Love Story



Aurelia, with a little help from Luis, then shared their decades-old love story.

It was sometime in the 1950s. Aurelia was a Bisaya who worked as a house helper in Manila and stayed with her relatives.

She met Luis, who serenaded her with songs by Nat King Cole and Tom Jones. He then asked Aurelia to go away with him.

They had a relationship. Aurelia got pregnant at age 19.

By the time they had their second child, which was in the 1960s, Aurelia and Luis got married in a church in España, Manila.

Theirs is a love that knows no distance and old age. Aurelia admitted that she almost lost hope in finding her husband, but it was her love for Luis that kept her going.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Pinoy Great Deals Win an iPad2











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21 Tips on How to be Happy and Successfull



1. Marry the right person. This one decision will determine 90% of your happiness or misery.
2. Work at something you enjoy and that's worthy of your time and talent.
3. Give people more than they expect and do it cheerfully.
4. Become the most positive and enthusiastic person you know.
5. Be forgiving of yourself and others.
6. Be generous.
7. Have a grateful heart.
8. Persistence, persistence, persistence.
9. Discipline yourself to save money on even the most modest salary.
10. Treat everyone you meet like you want to be treated.
11. Commit yourself to constant improvement.
12. Commit yourself to quality.
13. Understand that happiness is not based on possessions, power or prestige, but on relationships with people you love and respect.
14. Be loyal.
15. Be honest.
16. Be a self-starter.
17. Be decisive even if it means you'll sometimes be wrong.
18. Stop blaming others. Take responsibility for every area of your life.
19. Be bold and courageous. When you look back on your life, you'll regret the things you didn't do more than the ones you did.
20. Take good care of those you love.
21. Don't do anything that wouldn't make your Mom proud.

Monday, November 21, 2011

Dead in Indonesia SEA Games 2011 Tragedy



Two fans dead following a stampede at the football final.

The stampede is believed to have occurred as thousands of fans flooded into Jakarta's Gelora Bung Karno Stadium about half an hour before the match between bitter rivals Indonesia and Malaysia.

Spectators who could not enter the 80,000-seat stadium set fire to two ticket booths and the police had to fire warning shots to break up the rowdy crowd.

Source: Yahoo

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Cebu Pacific Seat Sale November 21.2011 - November 24, 2011

DOMESTIC - Travel Period: Jan. 1-Mar. 31, 2012
50% OFF
Manila to Butuan, Cauayan, Cebu, Coron (Busuanga), General Santos, Kalibo, Ozamiz, Roxas, Virac or Zamboanga
Cebu to Clark, Ozamiz or Iloilo
Davao to Iloilo
Zamboanga to Tawi-Tawi
Cagayan de Oro to Davao or Iloilo

INTERNATIONAL - Travel Period: Mar. 1-May 31, 2012
Manila to Hanoi* or Saigon
*Flights start on Mar. 17, 2012
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Manila to Guangzhou or Taipei
P1,688

Manila to Jakarta
P1,988

Manila to Beijing or Shanghai
P2,488

Gloria Arroyo is Arrested Will Go to Jail



Mrs. Arroyo was placed under police custody on Friday hours after the Commission on Elections (Comelec) decided to file a case against her for the non-bailable crime of electoral sabotage before a Pasay court.

Arroyo has been staying at the St. Luke’s Medical Center in Taguig City since Tuesday night, when she was barred from leaving the country to seek medical treatment abroad for her bone disorder. She has remained there even after the Southern Police District served an arrest warrant on her for alleged electoral sabotage.

Meanwhile, Valte declined to directly answer if the government has a strong case against Mrs. Arroyo, but said it will prosecute the case “to the best of our ability." She also declined to comment on whether the government is optimistic it can secure a conviction before Aquino’s term ends in 2016.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Facebook Wall Post Spam images of Porn, Nudity and Violence


Some members of the social network are complaining about violent and/or pornographic pictures showing up in their News Feeds without their knowledge that they have allegedly Liked. Others are being told by their friends that they are sending requests to click on links to videos, sending out bogus chat messages, or writing mass messages and tagged photos leading people to believe they are in the link.

Despite the lack of certainty from Facebook itself, it seems likely that the spam is caused by the now all-too-familiar clickjacking apps that have plagued the platform for years. The apps function on a promise. Like the page to reveal the latest celebrity mishap, or see the moment a dictator was captured. which lures people in without thinking about what permissions they might be providing and to whom.

Here are the Tips on How to Fix Facebook Spam Virus and Hacked Account

Sunday, November 13, 2011

Juan Manuel Marquez will Retire after being defeated by Manny Pacquiao




Who can blame Juan Manuel Marquez being defeated by Manny Pacquiao in a 12th round decision 114-114, 115-113 and 116-112 win.


This from the recent post match interview.

Manny Pacman Pacquiao : It's clear I won the fight. That's boxing.
Manny Pacman Pacquiao: it's not easy to fight Marquez because he's a good counterpuncher
Roach: Manny had cramps in the foght and it made him a little flatfooted.

Juan Manuel Marquez: I'll probably retire because of this fight. I won't protest this anymore.

It was a good and close fight.

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Manny Pacman Pacquiao Vs Juan Manual Marquez 3 Free Live Stream Right Now




Enjoy and Mabuhay Manny Pacquiao



Manny Pacman Pacquiao and Juan Marquez official Weigh in

Friday, November 11, 2011

Palawan Underground River Officially among New7Wonders of the World




The results come after a long consultation process lasting from December 2007 to July 2009, when world citizens were asked to put forward sites which they deemed were natural wonders. The poll organised by Swiss foundation New7Wonders has attracted great interest.

Here the list of New7Wonders
The Amazon rainforest
Vietnam’s Halong Bay
Argentina’s Iguazu Falls
South Korea’s Jeju Island
Indonesia’s Komodo
Philippines’ Puerto Princesa Underground River
South Africa’s Table Mountain


More than a million votes were cast to trim the list of more than 440 contenders in over 220 countries down to a shortlist of 77.

The group was then further cut to the 28 finalists by a panel of experts.

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Katy Perry Live in Manila


What: Katy Perry Live

When: January 22, 2012, 8PM

Where: SM Mall of Asia Concert Grounds


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Monday, November 7, 2011

Joe Frazier Former Heavyweight Champion has Died of Liver Cancer



Frazier was 67.

His family issued this statement on Monday:

"We The Family of the 1964 Olympic Boxing Heavyweight Gold Medalist, Former Heavyweight Boxing Champion and International Boxing Hall of Fame Member Smokin' Joe Frazier, regrets to inform you of his passing. He transitioned from this life as "One of God's Men," on the eve of November 7, 2011 at his home in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. We thank you for your prayers for our Father and vast outpouring of love and support."


The former heavyweight champion who fought Muhammad Ali three times has died of Liver Cancer

He was in hospice care, with end stage liver cancer.

November 8 Cebu Pacific Seat Sale Alert

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Manila to Cagayan de Oro, Davao, Ozamiz, Pagadian, Surigao or Zamboanga
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Manila to Butuan, Cotabato, Dipolog or General Santos
P1,088

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Clark to Singapore
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Conrad Murray is Guilty in Michael Jackson Death




Dr. Murray appeared to show no emotion as the verdict was read by court clerk Sammi Benson, but La Toya Jackson, the late pop icon's sister, let out a loud, but short, scream.

A loud celebration erupted among Jackson fans outside of the downtown Los Angeles County courthouse, where emotions ran so high at least one woman fainted.

Murray was immediately handcuffed and taken away by deputies after Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor denied bail.

Prosecutor Michael Walgren personally expressed his sympathies to the Jackson family who he said lost "not a pop icon, but a son and brother."

Fans gathered outside of the courthouse ahead of the verdict with signs of support for Jackson including one banner that read, "We miss Michael." The crowd began celebrating once word of the guilty verdict reached them, chanting "Rest in peace." Passing cars honked their horns, as people nearby hugged, cried and yelled out in joy.

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Miss World Philippines Gwendoline Ruais is 1st Runner Up

Miss World Philippines Gwendoline Ruais is crowned 1st Runner Up int the recent Miss World 2011 with Miss Venezuela Ivian Sarcos crowned as the Miss World 2011


"To be Miss World is my dream job, and I say job because it has a lot of responsibilities but there's nothing I love more than communicating with other people. As Miss World you get to use your potential and your voice to help people all around the world, and what is more wonderful than doing what you love by helping others."

-Gwendoline Ruais, Miss World 2011 First Runner-up

Here are the list of Winners:

Miss World 2011 : Venezuela
1st Runner-up : Philippines
2nd Runner-up : Puerto Rico



Miss World 2011 Continental Queens

Americas : Venezuela - Ivian Sarcos
Africa : South Africa - Bokang Montjane
Asia & Oceania : Philippines - Gwendoline Ruais
Caribbean : Puerto Rico - Amanda Vilanova
Europe : England - Alize Lily Mounter


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Saturday, November 5, 2011

How to Get Starbucks 2012 Planner



How to Get Starbucks 2012 Planner

1. A Customer can avail of a Starbucks Christmas Traditions Promo card from November 3, 2011 to January 8, 2012 with no purchase required.

2. One sticker is awarded for each Starbucks handcrafted beverage purchase. A customer now has two options in accumulation the required number of stickers to redeem one (1) limited edition Starbucks Coffee 2012 Planner.

OPTION 1:
Holiday Featured Beverages = 9 Stickers
-Choice of any of the following
-Toffe Nut Latte(hot, iced or Frappuccino)
-Peppermint Mocha (hot iced or Frappuccino)
-Cranberry White Chocolate Mocha(hot, iced or Frappuccino)

Plus any Starbucks Core Beverage of your choice = 8
EXCEPT bottled drinks , bottled water and fruit juices
TOTAL = 17 Stickers

OPTION 2:
Any starbucks COre Beverage of your choice
EXCEPT bottled drinks, bottled water and fruit juices

3. THe customer must present the Starbucks Christmas Traditions card to the barista upon purchase to get the corresponding number of stickers. Stickers will be handled out with the receipt at date and point of purchase only. A no promo card, no sticker, no extension policy will be striclty implemented across all stores. No stickers will be released once the customer leaves the register area.

4. In case any of the Holiday featured beverages are not available(ex. Toffee Nut), customers can substitute it with any of the remaining holiday featured beverages(ex Cranberry White Chocolate Mocha & Peppermint Mocha). Should all three not be available, only then can customers substitute with any espresso-based or Frappuccino blended beverage of their choices.

5. A customer must complete the required number of stickers to qualify for the redemption of one (1) Limited Edition Starbucks COffee 2012 Planner. A combination of up to two (2) promo cards will be allowed, provided that the 9 featured plus 8 core beverages or 23 core beverages have been purchased. Excess stickers for combined cards will be forfeited.

6. Once all stickers are completed, customer submits the Starbucks Christmas Traditions Card/s to redeem one(1) Limited Edition Starbucks Coffee 2013 Planner from any Starbucks Coffee store nationwide. Tampering with and/or transferring of stickers to obtain the required number of stickers will render all promo cards null and void.

7. Due to limited quantities available for each planner design, customers can only choose from whatever variant is on hand at the p0int and time of redemption, on a first come, first served basis.

8. Offer is good while supplies last. Planner stock availability is not guaranteed. Customer reservations and transfers of planners to accommodate customer request are not allowed.

9. Transactions with Senior Citizen, Handicapped, VAT Exempt and commuter mug/tumbler discounts are qualified for this promotion. However, customers using complimentary vouchers (ex. Service Recovery Coupons, Free Tall Beverage Coupons and Customer Voice redemption) and other discounts (ex. Rustan's discounts and partner discounts) will not be given stickers for this promotion.

10. Promotion starts on November 3, 2011. Stickers may be obtained from November 3, 2011 to January 8, 2012

11. Redemption of the Limited Edition Starbucks Coffee 2012 Planner starts November 3,2011 up to March 8, 2012 at Starbucks stores in the Philippines only.

Source: Starbucks Philippines




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Twilight Breaking Dawn Tickets Now Available for Reservation @ Ayala Center Malls



Cast:

  • Taylor Lautner - Jacob Black
  • Gil Birmingham - Billy
  • Billy Burke - Charlie Swan
  • Sarah Clarke - Renée
  • Ty Olsson - Phil
  • Kristen Stewart - Bella Swan
  • Ashley Greene - Alice Cullen
  • Jackson Rathbone - Jasper Hale
  • Peter Facinelli - Dr. Carlisle Cullen
  • Elizabeth Reaser - Esme Cullen
  • Kellan Lutz - Emmett Cullen
  • Nikki Reed - Rosalie Hale
  • Robert Pattinson - Edward Cullen


Buy Your Tickets in Advance


The Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn Part 1

SureSeats memebers may now but or reserve tickets by texting

SureSeats t0 2910 (Globe & Smart) or log on to www.sureseats.com (Also available at ticket booths)

Ticket Booths Available
Glorietta 4
Greenbelt 3
Alabang Town Center
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Ayala Center Cebu
Trinoma
Marquee
Abreeza

Showing November 18 at Ayala Mall Cinemas

Here are the List of Twilight Breaking Dawn Movie with Ticket Reservation in All SM Cinemas

Friday, November 4, 2011

Pokemon Creator/Writer Takeshi Shudo Died


The creator of Pokemon, Takeshi Shudo, passed away at 4:03 AM JST last October 29th at the age of 61.

“MSN Japan reports that Takeshi Shudō, former head writer of the Pokémon anime, collapsed at Nara railway station’s smoking area around 6:00am on Thursday, October 28th. Upon being discovered by a passerby, he was rushed to the hospital and is undergoing surgery. It was soon determined at the hospital’s emergency care center that Shudō had suffered a subarachnoid hemorrhage in his head. ” -bulbanews

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R.I.P. † Takeshi Shudo, you made many children, teens, and even adults happy. Pokemon will surely live on… :’) Ash will become a master someday -- he sure will. :D

Ram Revilla Murder Update with Revilla Family Siblings Tree



Update: The personal assistant of slain actor Ramgen “Ram" Revilla, half-brother of Sen. Ramon Bong Revilla Jr., has affirmed that there was a rift among the Revilla siblings when Ram was killed inside his Parañaque City home last Friday.

In his sworn statement, Ronaldo Ancajas, Ram’s stay-in personal assistant, said the victim and his two siblings implicated in the killing—Ramona and Ramon Joseph or RJ—have not been on speaking terms for the past months due to disagreement over money.

“Ang alam ko ay matagal nang may tampuhan sila tungkol sa budget ng bahay, dahil si boss Ramgen ang humahawak at sinisiraan daw siya sa daddy nila, at mga ilang buwan din silang hindi nagkikibuan,"

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

LASER Mascot Design Contest




Dilaab, a Christian movement helping the Filipino nation journey together towards integrity through deeper discernment , has announced the competition for the design of a mascot to represent LASER, a tool to help voters discern during elections. LASER Stands for lifestyle, Action, Supporters, Election Conduct and Reputation.

Several artists from all over the Philippines have expressed interest to contribute their artwork and responding to the challenge. As the contest posters have put it "Your creation can help change our nation". Other groups like Unionbank and Diocese like the Diocese of Novaliches, Diocese of Malaybalay and Archdiocese of Cagayan de Oro have supported the competition.

The coordinator of Dilaab's Program called Circles of Discernment for Empowerment - Elections (CIDE-E), Jenny Lea Tan shares stories of how LASER can help in the choosing the right leaders. Tan adds "because of our stories we are confident that we Filipinos, will be able to change the way we conduct our elections. But change is not an over-night thing. That's why now, we are preparing for the next electons through the Laser Mascot Design contest and WE NEED YOUR PARTICIPATION.


We wan to give LASER a face.So, when people see the mascot, they will be reminded to do that is right especially during the elections. The LASER mascot could become every GOD-fearing Filipino's alter-ego when choosing the right leaders for our beloved country.

Post Elections, the LASER mascot will further accompany every Filipini towards ensuring continued good governance, responsible leadership and citizenship.

The LASER Mascot will be used in all forms of communication, activation and interaction with the Filipino public.http://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gif

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Contact
(+6332)412-7572*(+6332)231-9546
(+63933)5376161 or(+63917)324-8388
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Friday, October 21, 2011

Libya Moamer Kadhafi is Now Dead (Pictures)


Moammar Gadhafi, Libya’s dictator for 42 years until he was ousted in an uprising-turned-civil war, was killed Thursday as revolutionary fighters overwhelmed his hometown of Sirte and captured the last major bastion of resistance two months after his regime fell.



Interim government officials said one of Gadhafi’s sons, his former national security adviser Muatassim, was also killed in Sirte and another, one-time heir apparent Seif al-Islam, was wounded and captured.

The 69-year-old Gadhafi is the first leader to be killed in the Arab Spring wave of popular uprisings that swept the Middle East, demanding the end of autocratic rulers and the establishment of greater democracy.

Monday, October 17, 2011

The World will end at October 21 says Harold Camping




Camping announced on his Family Radio Network website that just like his predictions on May 21, the end of the world will start by hourly earthquakes followed by tormented months to individuals who will be left on Earth. He used numerical codes from Bible and set the date for the Judgment day.

“Judgment day is near!” says Harold Camping, the radio preacher who predicted that the world would end on May 21. He hasn’t backed down from his claims and is now saying that everything will end on Friday, October 21.


Do you still believe him?

Source: global.christanpost

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Ponce Family Massacre in Palm View Village Tabunok Talisay Cebu

Seaman Emmanuel Ponce killed his wife Melinda, 2 daughters children (aged 26 & 25) who are both nurses, a son(aged 18) and their househelp.

Ponce’s youngest daughter, 14, then rushed to the police when she heard several gunshots.

Ponce, however, shot himself in the head even before his daughter could ask for help.

Crime Investigator SPO1 Mikey Espina said the victims, including the suspect, were immediately rushed to the Talisay District Hospital but were declared dead on arrival.

Authorities are still investigating the incident. Recovered from the crime scene was a .45 caliber gun.

Relatives said the Ponce couple was having marital problems.

They said Emmanuel had an accident 10 years ago aboard the ship. A boom supposedly hit his head, which forced him to undergo operation.

Source: ABSCBN News

Friday, October 14, 2011

Php0.88 Seat Sale by Cebu Pacific October 14 ,2011

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Cebu to Bacolod, Boracay (Caticlan), Butuan, Cagayan de Oro,
Clark, Davao, Dipolog, Dumaguete, General Santos, Iloilo,
Legazpi, Ozamiz, Pagadian, Puerto Princesa, Siargao,
Surigao, Tacloban or Zamboanga

Cagayan de Oro to Iloilo

Book Now

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

The Plane That had hit WORLD TRADE CENTER on 9/11 was Airplane Q33N

1. Open your Notepad in ur computer
2. and type the flight number Q33N
3. Increase the Font Size to 72
4. Change the Font to Wingdings.
5. U will be amazed by the findings.

BELIEVE IT OR NOT??

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Storm/Bagyo Ramon in Signal Number 2 in Southern Leyte and Eastern Samar in the Visayas






Areas under storm signal number 2 are Southern Leyte and Eastern Samar in the Visayas, and Surigao del Norte, Siargao Island, Surigao del Sur, and Dinagat Island in Mindanao.

In signal number 1 are Masbate, Ticao Island, Romblon and Sorsogon in Luzon; Northern Leyte, Biliran Island, Bohol, Cebu, Northern Negros, Northern Samar, Western Samar, Panay Island and Guimaras Island in the Visayas; and Agusan del Norte, Agusan del Sur, Misamis Oriental, and Camiguin Island in Mindanao.

Pagasa said that areas under signal number 2 may experience winds of 60 to 100 kilometers per hour (kph) within 24 hours, while those in signal number 1 will experience winds of 45 to 60 kph within the next 36 hours.

Ramon is expected to make landfall over Southern Leyte Wednesday afternoon.

Storm Ramon Signal #1 Cebu , Northern Leyte,Biliran Island,Bohol,Cebu,N Negros,N Samar,W Samar,Panay Island, Guimaras Island.


Signal #1-Northern Leyte,Biliran Island,Bohol,Cebu,N Negros,N Samar,W Samar,Panay Island, Guimaras Island. Tom night landfall in Cebu

Monday, October 10, 2011

OCTOBER 31 2011 is Officially Declared as a Special Non Working Holiday in the Philippines






October 31, 2011 is Officially declared by the Malacañang as a special non working holiday in the Philippines in order to give time for the Filipinos to celebrate and observe the All Saints Day, thus having a long weekend.

Here is the Official Declaration

MALACAÑAN PALACE MANILA
BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE PHILIPPINES
PROCLAMATION NO. 265
DECLARING MONDAY, 31 OCTOBER 2011, AS A SPECIAL (NON-WORKING) DAY THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY
WHEREAS, Proclamation No. 84, dated 20 December 2010, declared Tuesday, 1 November 2011, as a special (non-working) day;
WHEREAS, Monday, 31 October 2011, falling between Sunday and Tuesday, 1 November 2011 (All Saints Day), has been traditionally declared a special (non-working) day throughout the country;
WHEREAS, to give full opportunity to our people to properly observe the day with all its religious fervor which invariably requires them to travel to and from different regions of the country. Monday, 31 October 2011, may be declared as a special (non-working) day without detriment to public interest.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, BENIGNO S. AQUINO III, President of the Philippines, by virtue of the powers vested in me by law, do hereby declare Monday, 31 October 2011, as a special (non-working) day throughout the country.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the Republic of the Philippines to be affixed.
Done in the City of Manila, this 10th day of October, in the year of Our Lord, Two Thousand and Eleven.
(Sgd.) BENIGNO S. AQUINO III


Source: gov.ph

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Cebu Pacific Piso Fare September 22 , 2011 to September 25 ,2011



Sale period is until 25th of September 2011 or until seats last.

Domestic Flights = P1.00 (Travel Period from November 01, 2011 to January 31, 2012)

MANILA to Laoag.
CEBU to Bacolod, Clark, Dumaguete, Iloilo.
CAGAYAN DE ORO to Iloilo (new flight route).
ZAMBOANGA to Tawi-tawi (new flight route).
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Domestic Flights = P388.00 (Travel Period from November 01, 2011 to March 31, 2012)

MANILA to Bacolod, Cebu, Iloilo, Puerto Princesa, Tacloban, Tagbilaran.
CEBU to Davao
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Domestic Flights = P688.00 (Travel Period from November 01, 2011 to March 31, 2012)

MANILA to Cagayan de Oro, Davao, Dipolog, General Santos, Zamboanga.
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International Flights = P488.00 (Travel Period from December 01, 2011 to February 29, 2012)

CLARK to Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore.
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International Flights = P888.00 (Travel Period from December 01, 2011 to February 29, 2012)

CEBU to Busan, Hong Kong, Incheon, Singapore.
CLARK to Bangkok.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

The Anti-Planking Act of 2011 - Most Stupid Law

One of the most stupid and worthless law ever created so far "The Anti-Planking Act of 2011"

Great job lawmaker (being sarcastic)

A bill was filed at the House of Representatives on Tuesday against planking —or the act of lying face down in unusual locations — during street protests.

Quezon City Rep. Winston Castelo, who filed the measure, said planking during street rallies became an “important concern" after some youth protesters lay face down along España Boulevard in Manila to support the transport strike on Monday.
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In a statement, the lawmaker said the government should come up with a code of student conduct for “militant or radical student leaders engaged in street protests or demonstration."

The code of conduct should be drafted and implemented by the Department of Education and the Commission on Higher Education, he added.

Castelo’s bill will have to undergo committee and plenary discussions and approvals at the lower chamber, as well as the Senate, before it can be enacted into law.


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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Why Steve Job Resigns as Apple CEO

From Steve Jobs:

When I say now, I'm not talking about the dusky timing of the press release; the cardinal rule of bad news is that you bury it as late as you can. I mean now in the broader context of Apple's future. And if the company's going to not just survive but thrive without Jobs, he couldn't have left any sooner. And he definitely couldn't have waited.

Apple has literally never been stronger. A month ago they reported record quarterly earnings in a period with no significant product releases, no back to school or holiday boost, all amid what turned out to be a grotesquely challenging three months for competitors like Dell and HP. They were, for a brief period, the most valuable company in the world. Incredible.

And a month from now? They'll be releasing their next iPhone on America's three major carriers. And very possibly something altogether new: an affordable iPhone, a handset for the masses. If that device does emerge, Apple will have transitioned from yuppie luxury to unprecedented populist value.

What's easy to forget is that companies have long, long product cycles. The iPhone 5's been done for months; ditto, likely, iPad 3. And iPhone 6 plans are well underway. They'll all have a touch of Jobs in them. Even products with a longer horizon, future generations of MacBooks with sick-skinny bodies and flash storage and no optical disc, AppleTVs teeming with apps, will have Jobs's imprimatur. Especially since, uh, guys? He's staying on as Chairman of the Board. He's involved.

Saturday, August 20, 2011

Top 10 Nursing Board Exam July 2011

TOP 10 EXAMINEES - July 2011 Nursing Board Exam

1 JOMEL GARCIA LAPIDES
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES MANILA
88.40

2 HAZEL CORTES CRISOSTOMO
UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS
87.40

BEVERLY LYNNE YAO ONG
UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS
87.40

3 IVY GRACE CUADRA LIM
FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY-MANILA
87.20

4 AMEERA SARAH NIEBRES BAYLON
CAMARINES SUR POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE-NABUA
87.00

KIM CARMELA DEE CO
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES MANILA
87.00

RALPH JARILLA DE LEON
METROPOLITAN HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING
87.00

PATRICIA TEODORO PINTAC
CEBU DOCTORS UNIVERSITY
87.00

NADINE CEDEÑO SAMEON
UNIVERSITY OF SAINT LA SALLE
87.00

5 MARY BIANCA DOREEN FERNANDEZ
DITCHING UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS
86.80

CHANNIEL PAULINE MIJARES LUCIANO
UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS
86.80

PATRICK RANIER AGUPITAN LATOZA
OUR LADY OF FATIMA UNIVERSITY-QC
86.80

RAYMARK DOMINGO SALONGA
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES MANILA
86.80

6 MARIA THERESA DACLAN BIDO
LOURDES COLLEGE
86.60

PRINCESS SAMANTHA VALENCIA BUBAN
UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS
86.60

JOHNEL CARLO CRISTOBAL ESTRELLA
FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY-MANILA
86.60

FLORENCE JILL DELA VICTORIA POLINA
STI COLLEGE CEBU, INC
86.60

JACOB CABRERA REYES
CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY (CEBU STATE COLLEGE)
86.60

NICOLE MARIE TIGLAO SEVERINO
ANGELES UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION
86.60

MARIA JALYSSA PASCUA TAN
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES MANILA
86.60

7 FRANCES MAE TUPAS BAQUILLOS
RIVERSIDE COLLEGE
86.40

AMPARO MARIE MEDINA BAYONGAN
UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS
86.40

ROSE ANN LABRAGUE CANLAPAN
HOLY ANGEL UNIVERSITY
86.40

DEE ZYRIE ALLI DIVINA
FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY-MANILA
86.40

CATHERINE JOYCE DISTOR GO
SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY
86.40

ANGELA NICOLE RAGO OCIO
XAVIER UNIVERSITY
86.40

BIANCA MALILAY VELANDO
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES MANILA
86.40

8 ARGEE ABUNDA ALONSABE
UNIVERSITY OF SAINT LA SALLE
86.20

LOWEL ANDREW ANDALES BATOMALAQUE
CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY (CEBU STATE COLLEGE)
86.20

LORA ENRIQUEZ JARABELO
UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS
86.20

MISHAEL KATE ILAGAN MENDOZA
DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY-HEALTH SCIENCES INSTITUTE
86.20

JAN JOEL LALIC SIMPAUCO
UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS
86.20

ALVIN DUKE ROBERTO SY
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES MANILA
86.20

CHERRYL JOYCE CABATINGAN TAN
VELEZ COLLEGE
86.20

9 RUTH MARIE DELA CRUZ ANDOQUE
WEST VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY-LA PAZ
86.00

PAOLO HOLANDEZ ANDRADE
UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS
86.00

THEA MAE MEDALLA BARONDA
VELEZ COLLEGE
86.00

EMMANUEL ARIANNE MENDOZA BASTASA
MANILA DOCTORS COLLEGE
86.00

MARIA KATRINA MITRA CAPELLAN
UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS
86.00

EMMANUEL DEMIGILLO DEBUQUE
UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS
86.00

KATHERINE ALEGRE FLORES
UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS
86.00

MARIA REYLAN MAGALLANES GARCIA
WEST VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY-LA PAZ
86.00

DEBBY GRACE TABUGO JARDIOLIN
SAINT PAUL UNIVERSITY-ILOILO
86.00

JOSEPHINE ANN JABLO NECOR
FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY-MANILA
86.00

ROYCE JASPER UY ONG
UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS
86.00

ROCHELLE REALINO PERLAS
EMILIO AGUINALDO COLLEGE-MANILA
86.00

JANN MARVIN POSADA
CATANDUANES STATE COLLEGES VIRAC
86.00

KYLE NICOLE TORRILLA TERUEL
WEST VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY-LA PAZ
86.00

10 SHANE ALEXIS ALLANIGUE ABELLA
SAINT PAUL UNIVERSITY-MANILA
85.80

CHRISTINE CORINTHA DAWAY ALMORA
UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS
85.80

JAN BRIANE FABIE ASTOM
SAINT PAUL COLLEGEBANTAY(ST.PAUL-VIGAN)
85.80

JASPER JOSEPH CARAG BALLECER
SAINT PAUL UNIVERSITY-MANILA
85.80

GLORIA ISABEL LABRADOR BALTAZAR
UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS
85.80

MARIA RONALLAINE DE LEON BELLO
UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS
85.80

MA AILEEN BIANCA REAL BOSE
BICOL UNIVERSITY-LEGAZPI
85.80

JANE FEBE BOOC CABATINGAN
CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY (CEBUSTATE COLLEGE)
85.80

DEO ROBERT BODIONGAN CASTRO
CEBU DOCTORS UNIVERSITY
85.80

ANGELA VALERIO CORONADO
FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY-MANILA
85.80

JUDITH PAJIGAL CUADRA
HOLY NAME UNIVERSITY (for.DIVINE WORD-TAGBILARAN)
85.80

APRIL LUZ DEL MUNDO
CENTRAL COLLEGES OF THE PHILIPPINES
85.80

KHRIS CHAN DY
UNIVERSITY OF PANGASINAN
85.80

MEI JOY CASTILLO FLAMIANO
OUR LADY OF FATIMA UNIVERSITY VALENZUELA
85.80

KELCI MAE TAN FRANCIA
UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS
85.80

JAYVIE BACUD GACUTAN
MEDICAL COLLEGE OF NORTHERN PHILIPPINES
85.80

SARAH AGNES MARY REYES LIM
UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS
85.80

APRIL WINE YOGI SAYAS MANIGBAS
LYCEUM OF THE PHILIPPINES UNIVERSITY-BATANGAS,INC
85.80

EIRENE JOY LOUISE NOVEZA OCAMPO
FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY-MANILA
85.80

MARY JANE TURNO OCAMPO
SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY
85.80

IRIS MAE BELGADO RELLES
BICOL UNIVERSITY-TABACO
85.80

GEE BLOSSOM BARBA ROBINO
SAINT PAUL UNIVERSITY-ILOILO
85.80

ABILITY-ANN GAYOMA TACAISAN
WEST VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY-LA PAZ
85.80
NOTHING FOLLOWS----------------------

Friday, June 3, 2011

Roger Federer defeats Novak Djokovic in Roland Garros French Open

Once again, Roger Federer showed his brilliance and stop the unbeaten running streak of Novak Djokovic moments ago with a 7-6, 6-3, 3-6, 7-6, in favor of Roger Federer, it was an amazing match with fantastic shot making coming from the two, now , Roger is now in the Final of the French Open where he will face the World Number one and arch rival Rafael Nadal.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Fashion Scrub Tips



If you are in the health care trade or any business wherein employees are required to wear uniforms, do your clothes work for your gain or the other way around? Fashion lovers may find it a test to bear with color codes and the almost monotonous look of medical scrubs. If this is your case, how would you be able to overturn it? Strict rules are hard to break, especially if it could cost you your job. But there is always a way to make things work even when the things look totally desperate.

One of the sources of self-confidence is clothes. That is the very reason why there are people who really spend on their attire, collecting items that they feel they just can't live without. There are also people who choose a particular clothing style in order to fit in a group, something that would provide a sense of belonging. Others put on clothes that, for some reasons, will be able to hide their real personality instead, but the story always ends up they're wearing the kind of clothes for their benefit. On the other hand, some people like nurses, simply don't have much choice but to wear medical scrubs uniforms.


Look into fashion medical scrubs collections. This is the easiest way to reverse or at least balance the feeling of being locked up in just one color. The 15312 mock wrap item, from the Dickies scrubs Black Label Collection, was added with just one detail that gave the scrub a major transformation. A simple sash at the empire waist, which can be tied at the back, made the big difference. You don't need to pay for the item, you only have to make something like that sash, and you're fine to go.

The idea of putting a sash at the empire waist doesn't fit everyone, though. It can emphasize the fat. Choose a cut that draws a sexy shape instead, and if possible go for styles that do not have too noticeable patch pockets for they make the medical scrub look bigger. An example of this is the 11505 item which is also one of the Dickies scrubs. Its contrast trim tricks the eye by defining a sexy curve, and the front pockets are almost undetectable.


It would also help a lot if your scrub pants' stylish details work for your advantage. If you have medical scrubs that would look nice when tucked in, the ribbons and drawstrings of nursing scrub pants will put an additional accent. They knot at the front part if let loose, and that simply don't look good. Scrub pants that hug the butt a little tightly would let you highlight a beautiful part of the body by wearing a shorter scrub top. Flares specifically make the legs look shapely, and they work well with any scrub top design. For those who want to hide something in the pants, the loose-fitting cargo pants and straight let pants are what you need.
Read more at http://www.blueskyscrubs.com/categories/Scrubs/Scrubs-for-Men/

Manny Pacquiao VS Miriam Defensor Santiago

Defensor-Santiago, a supporter of the Reproductive Health (RH) bill, gave an impromptu Bible study session before journalists at the Senate as she corrected Pacquiao’s quote “Go out to the world and multiply.”

“The Bible does not say, ‘Go out to the world.’ It sounds very much like God is encouraging us to go out and copulate in public. God said in the Bible, ‘Go forth and multiply,’” she said.

Defensor-Santiago did not stop her lesson there. “If this is going to be a debate of Biblical quotes, then I will counter with: ‘The devil can cite scripture for its purposes,’” said the senator.

She said Pacquiao was being a fundamentalist, as he interprets Scripture literally.

“The Bible was not written by God. It was written at least 17 years after the death of Jesus Christ... They are quoting God, but the Bible says that none of them has ever seen God,” Defensor-Santiago continued. “In fact, if you claim to have seen God, you are in urgent need of psychiatric care.”

“It is very dangerous to quote the Bible and apply it literally as Pacquiao is doing.”

The senator does not think Pacquiao’s popularity will affect the opinions of Filipinos who are in favor of the RH Bill. “It will be very misleading to use his celebrity status to enter into a great debate on the political economy.”

Defensor-Santiago said that the RH bill was a matter of providing information, especially for women of child-bearing age. She said that the RH Bill will teach women about natural family planning as promoted by the Catholic Church, the use of condoms and other contraceptives, among other things.

“If you are going to be asked to answer ‘yes’ or ‘no’, you must cast a conscience vote, and not what somebody dictates to you on what should be your vote,” Defensor-Santiago said.

She also thanked the Catholic Church for not exploiting Pacquiao’s stand on the controversial RH bill.

“One priest has already said that they are not going to use him as the poster boy,” said Defensor-Santiago. “I commend the Catholic Church because otherwise, it would have muddied the waters.”

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Binay confirms 3 Filipinos were executed in China for Drug Trafficking




Vice President Jejomar Binay confirmed that the three Filipinos found guilty of drug trafficking were executed in China on Wednesday.

"I just want to inform you that our three compatriots have been executed," Binay told ABS-CBN television, citing information from the Philippine foreign affairs ministry.

In a statement, the Philippine government said that it has done everything in its power to stop the executions.

"We have been informed that Ramon Credo, Sally Ordinario-Villanueva, and Elizabeth Batain were administered lethal injections to carry out the sentence imposed by the courts of the People’s Republic of China this morning," deputy presidential spokesperson Abigail Valte said.


Statement of Presidential Spokesperson Edwin Lacierda:
On the execution of Ramon Credo, Sally Ordinario-Villanueva, and Elizabeth Batain in Xiamen, China on March 30, 2011

[Read by the Deputy Spokesperson during a press briefing at Malacñang on March 30, 2011]

We have been informed that Ramon Credo, Sally Ordinario-Villanueva, and Elizabeth Batain were administered lethal injections to carry out the sentence imposed by the courts of the People’s Republic of China this morning. Our government had taken every available opportunity to appeal to the authorities of China for clemency in their cases, to which the Chinese government responded with a postponement of the execution. In the end, however, the sentence was imposed.

The nation sympathized with the families of the condemned, sharing their sense of looming loss. We sympathize with these families now. Their deaths are a vivid lesson in the tragic toll the drug trade takes on entire families.

We are resolved to ensure that the chain of victimization, as pushers entrap and destroy lives in pursuit of their trade, will be broken. Those who traffic in illegal drugs respect no laws, no boundaries, and have no scruples about destroying lives. Our response must be relentless, with government and the citizenry working together to ensure vigilance and mutual support to prevent our countrymen from being used by drug pushers as sacrificial pawns, whether at home or abroad.


Chinese authorities executed three Filipino drug mules on Wednesday, triggering condemnation in the Catholic Philippines and despair for relatives who witnessed their final moments.

"I just want to inform you that our three compatriots have been executed," Vice President Jejomar Binay announced over local radio, although there being no public announcement from the Chinese government.

"It is a sad day for all of us. Until the last moment, we did everything we could to save the three."

The three -- Ramon Credo, 42, Sally Villanueva, 32, and Elizabeth Batain, 38 -- were arrested separately in China in 2008 for smuggling heroin and sentenced to death.

The Philippine government had made repeated appeals in recent months to spare the lives of the trio, including by sending Binay to Beijing on a mission to have their sentences commuted to life in jail.

But the Chinese government insisted there would be no favours for the trio, and that their cases would be dealt with according to domestic laws.

The three were allowed to meet their relatives for an hour before they were put to death through lethal injection, in what turned out to be devastatingly emotional encounters.

"She was crying, she was partly incoherent. She had a lot of things to say," said Jason Ordinario, a brother of Villanueva who along with another sister and their parents met her as the final verdict was read in a court in Xiamen city.

"She asked us to take care of her children and make sure they can finish studies," he told DZBB radio from China.

Villanueva's relatives said she did not know that she was due to be executed on Wednesday, and was surprised to see her family there.

"I was the first one to see her, we locked eyes and we both cried. She said what are you doing here, why are you all crying, am I going to die," younger sister Mylene said on DZBB.

"She tried to console us. She said, it's okay. I have accepted my fate. I will be your angel and watch over you."

Villaneuva's children, aged 12 and nine, were not able to see or talk with their mother before she was killed. They did not travel to China and local authorities would not allow mobile phones into the meeting room.

Amnesty International as well as the influential Roman Catholic church swiftly condemned the executions, and accused the Philippine President Benigno Aquino's government of not doing enough to save the three.

"We strongly condemn the executions of the three Filipinos," Amnesty's Philippine representative, Aurora Parong, told AFP.

"The Philippines should have taken a stronger action, and it is now its moral duty to lead a campaign against death penalty in Asia."

Roman Catholic bishops asked the public to pray for the eternal repose of the three.

"We had knocked on the doors of heaven to pray for what turned out to be an impossible wish," Edwin Corros, executive secretary of church's commission for the pastoral care of migrants, told AFP.

"We call on China to abolish death penalty. We believe no one has the right to take a human life."

The Philippine government insisted it did all it could to save the lives of the three.

It argued the trio, who are among 227 Filipinos jailed in China for drug offences, were from poor families and had been duped by international crime syndicates into becoming drug couriers.

Aside from his visit to Beijing, Binay sent a letter this week to Chinese President Hu Jintao in a last-ditch appeal.

In December, the Philippines also skipped the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony in Oslo for jailed Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo in a move Aquino said was aimed at saving condemned Filipinos in China.

Friday, March 25, 2011

Azkals Win Against Bangladesh Final Score 3 - 0



Azkals Won again with an impressive win against Bangladesh with an impressive 3-0 in the final score of the match by Angel Guirado scores his second goal combined with IAN ARANETA 41st minute score.

Congratulations Azkals, Mabuhay Pilipinas Philippines

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Robin Padilla and Mariel Rodriguez Honeymoon

The 'bad boy' of Philipppine cinema Robin Padilla made a deal with wife Mariel Rodriguez: They will put off having a baby for at least two years, so they can fully, truly enjoy each other's company.
However, the couple recently unveiled their first offspring - "Tum: My Pledge of Love," a movie made in India, during their much-publicised honeymoon last year.
A red-carpet event held on Monday (March 14) night at the Rockwell Powerplant Mall in Makati City hewed closely to the Bollywood theme.
Guests came in Indian costumes, including Mariel's grandparents, May and Raffy.
Approaching Lola (grandma) May, Robin quipped, ever-so-gallantly: "'Di ko po kayo nakilala. Akala ko'y isa kayong prinsesa mula sa India. (I didn't recognise you. I thought you were an Indian princess.)"
Robin's mom, Eva Carino, turned up in a modish sari, like his daughters Queenie and Kylie and his sister Rema Padilla-Ohno.
Before the gala screening, Queenie, who appears in the film with her dad and stepmom, showed off her belly-dancing skills, with the Alala and Snake Charmerz dancers.

Philippines 2010 Bar Exam Results

2010 Bar Exam Results
1. ABAD, Charmee R .
2. ABADA, Merlin I .
3. ABARIENTOS, Ma. Theresa M .
4. ABBAS, JR., Yusoph M .
5. ABELLA, Charmian Maria F .
6. ABELLA, Sheena Marie R .
7. ABIERA-MONTESA, Rosalyn B .
8. ABING, Ramil P .
9. ABONG, Mark Julio U .
10. ABRAGAN, Martin Luke G .
11. ABRAHAM, Sarah Joan M .
12. ABUBACAR, Rayhanah M .
13. ABUGAN, Herbert Calvin P .
14. ABUNDO, Judith Rowena D .
15. ABUZO, Djerovin T .
16. ABUZO, James M .
17. ACACIO, Rea Andria L .
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