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


[[171108522930776]]
[[164413893600463]]
[[218595638164996]]
[[189637151067601]]
[[129627277060203]]
[[227644903931785]]
[[100002752520227]]
[[105387672833401]]
[[100002727365206]]
[[224812970902314]]

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.



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