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Sched of the month

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

tomorrow we don't have any classes in respect to
the end of Ramadan we also didn't have any classes
last Monday i don't know why but it's a school thing
or as they say school holiday...

what to write haven't post for 4 days that's because of
many factors like school works,laziness and of course
no topic to talk about.

I'm gonna be busy this coming week cause it's exam week
again.. so i guess i won't be able to post that much
next week...

but the week after next is definitely gonna be exciting
first of all next next Monday will be are much awaited
OUTBOUND I'll discuss more about this later... and that week
will also be our theres a lot of things happening
and i will have more things to post.

i also heard from my classmate about the incoming sembreak
she said it's this month but im not really sure.


What's on my mind

thinking....a lot of things are going on
my mind right now as i sit in my chair
and type here...

i don't know were to start
how to say it..
or maybe i'll just keep it to myself

i have been troubled so many times
i can't even count i don't complain
that part of life..

sometimes i envy people who are just
contented with what they have today..

me i think of yesterday, today, tomorrow and
the years to come..

i know it's stressful to live that way but that's
what i am...

P.S. this is a super random post as i opened the
computer i remember my blog and suddenly out of
subconsciousness i came up with this post so forgive
me if it doesn't make sense to you but it does to


Negative Friend

Thursday, September 25, 2008

My bestfriend told me that im her negative
friend...Wanna know why cause im quit frank
about the things i say but i make sure it's
true cause sometimes the truth really hurts.....

Just as i told before i critize her for her

i just can't help it i just want to say the

I'd rather be like this than being passive cause
i don't think passive people can be called
a friend who care cause only people who care
about you have the guts to tell you your faults...

so i don't really care if she calls me a negative
friend as long as i can give her realizations
when she does something wrong....



Wednesday, September 24, 2008

im kinda annoyed with my friend cause
she's trying to be EMOtera
i just don't get it.....

this is what she did...

its not that serious but still....

i really like emo not as a fashion statement/
trend but the music itself... As far as i
know it's not a fashion it's a genre in music..

so i don't think that people who cut their pulse
and hurt themselves can be called emo and i think
they are more of (fill in the blank)....

there are a lot of good emo bands and im a fan but you
don't necessarily have to hurt yourself to be a so called
"Certified Emo"

back to my friend she's receiving a lot of criticisms
from me because of what she did...and i told her not to
do that again....but i think she didn't listen..


time flies so fast.....

a while a ago i was watching the news and
something about Christmas was shown made me
realize that few months from now i will again
see people attending simbang gabi(more of simbang
madaling araw) on my way to school...

The last thought i had about Christmas was the time
it was about to end the holiday period i was thinking
more about the end of holiday more than the end of
Christmas....but now just a few months i will experience
same old new feeling all over again.

Reminds me that at about 8 months i will leave the so
called happiest part of school life..High School

i feel different emotions:
happy cause im gonna move forward..
sad cause i have to leave the things i got use to during
those 4 years.....
scared well sometimes im just scared to look ahead


seeing those news...made me realize many things..

sometimes you could interpret simple things and
make it deeper and i love doing that...


Ploning on Her Way to 2009 Oscars

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Ploning which stars Judy Ann Santos will be the Philippines’ official entry to 2009 Oscars for the best foreign language film. The Film Academy of the Philippines (FAP) has chosen Ploning over Sharon Cuneta’s Caregiver.

Ploning is a 30-year old promdi lass from Cuyo, Palawan. The story revolves around her and her relationship with a boy she has sort of adopted. It’s about love, friendship, selflessness amidst the backdrop of life in the Island of Cuyo. The story is simple yet it touches a soft spot.

The producers (including Judy Ann) and Director Dante Nico Garcia have indeed created a gem in Philippine Indie Film Industry. Ploning proved Indie films doesn’t have to be graphic and vulgar to be relevant. Congratulations to the cast and crew of Ploning. And to the people of Cuyo, ika nga, this is your time to shine. The world may now have a chance to see the beauty of your island and your culture.

credits to:PromdiLiving

i haven't really watch the film but im looking for dvd or any site
that have the movie....

since a movie cannot be pick if it's not good..


One Step At A Time - Jordin Sparks

Friday, September 19, 2008


Hurry up and wait
So close, but so far away
Everything that you’ve always dreamed of
Close enough for you to taste
But you just can’t touch

You wanna show the world, but no one knows your name yet
Wonder when and where and how you’re gonna make it
You know you can if you get the chance
In your face as the door keeps slamming
Now you’re feeling more and more frustrated
And you’re getting all kind of impatient waiting

We live and we learn to take
One step at a time
There’s no need to rush
It’s like learning to fly
Or falling in love
It’s gonna happen and it’s
Supposed to happen that we
Find the reasons why
On step at a time

You believe and you doubt
You’re confused, you got it all figured out
Everything that you wished for
Could be yours, should be yours, would be yours
If they only knew

You wanna show the world, but no one knows your name yet
Wonder when and where and how you’re gonna make it
You know you can if you get the chance
In your face as the door keeps slamming
Now you’re feeling more and more frustrated
And you’re getting all kind of impatient waiting

We live and we learn to take
One step at a time
There’s no need to rush
It’s like learning to fly
Or falling in love
It’s gonna happen and it’s
Supposed to happen that we
Find the reasons why
On step at a time

When you can’t wait any longer
But there’s no end in sight
It’s the faith that makes you stronger
The only way you get there
Is one step at a time

Take one step at a time
There’s no need to rush
It’s like learning to fly
Or falling in love
It’s gonna happen and it’s
Supposed to happen that we
Find the reasons why
On step at a time

One step at a time
There’s no need to rush
It’s like learning to fly
Or falling in love
It’s gonna happen and it’s
Supposed to happen that we
Find the reasons why
On step at a time


American Movies

Monday, September 15, 2008

just now i've realized that im only writing
reviews about asian series.....

it's not that i don't watch english movies but
i don't know where to start cause i've watch so
many i don't know what movie should i give reviews
but i'll work it out.



i was doing my project a while ago and
i heard this song C'mon Through this was
the ost of a very good drama called Soulmate
this is a very heart warming drama really
touches your heart not to mention about it's
funny side it's so good.....

already watch this before i even started blogging...

made me realize that maybe someone out there
could be my other half....

i don't usually give ratings but this one is an


some snapshots from the series....

Title: 소울메이트 / Soulmate
Broadcast network: MBC
Broadcast period: 2006-03-13 to 2006-06-05
Air time: Monday


In this new sitcom “SoulMate,” the story will be focusing on finding the other half of a missing soul of four couples.

The person you meet once in your lifetime that fate has brought to you! This person you call your soulmate. The year 2006, your soulmate is secretly creeping up on you… What if my other half is really living somewhere out there; will I be able to notice them? It is a question that can be asked by anyone who is in their marital age. A time when matchmaking agencies are flooded with people! Try re-identifying the true meaning of marriage and love while watching 6 couples live the same life that you’re living in.

We will show you everything you need to know in the love game!

is a sitcom young adults and adults can enjoy. Members of all age groups can enjoy it, and benefit from its honest and ongoing talk about love. It gives its viewers some final answers to the “love game” questions and presents confusing issues in a way that everyone can understand. The drama will tell you everything you’ve always wanted to know, from spending a night with a guy you don’t like, to how to completely win over a guys heart; and much more!! It spills out all the secrets of the love game.

“It is easier to stir up a women’s hear than to drink wine.” Dong-wook, a playboy who no one can even dare to follow. “My boyfriend of 5 years!! He is definitely my soulmate!!” Soo-kyung, a girl who only looks at one man like a sunflower; a perfect, pure hearted character. Two people who have never seen each other, and who live on the opposite sides of the world from each other live and love in their own way, but from some point on they start to move towards the same dream and feel the same physiological feelings. Two people who have met by fate in a world full of mixed up fates. Now, the most amazing things, which no one could have ever thought of, start to unfold between the two.


Shin Dong Wook
Lee Su-gyeong
Choi Phillip
Otani Ryohei
Jang-mi In-ae
Kim Mi-jin

credits to Korean Drama

here's where you could watch the 12 full episodes Soulmate


The Importance of Reading by ME

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

just recently i just finished a book by Bob Ong
I know him cause his a famous author but i never
actually read his work until now.....made me
realize something

i like reading books it really one of my hobbies
but i don't really care if others read i only care
about myself i just realize when i read Stainless Longganisa
there was a line their when Bob Ong stated that

"its such a shame when all your life you dont even have at
least one favorite book"
(it's in tagalog i just translated it in English)

and that's true after that i realize that should get involve
in promoting books.

for me a book is a concrete source of knowledge you can go to
many places even if your just sitting in a corner quietly....

it's more concrete than Internet sources cause it been approved
by a lot of people before being published.

here's a scary stats about the deteriorating reading skills of people
in the USA

Who is Reading Books (and who is not)
One-third of high school graduates never read another book for the rest of their lives. Many do not even graduate from high school.

58% of the US adult population never reads another book after high school.
42% of college graduates never read another book.
80% of US families did not buy or read a book last year.
70% of US adults have not been in a bookstore in the last five years.
57% of new books are not read to completion.

i wonder what the stats are here in the Philippines is it higher or lower?



classes suspended today!

but the funny thing was that there were only 2 subjects
left....that sucks cause i don't have much money left cause
we already ate recess and lunch....if they suspended it earlier
i should have save some more money and another thing is that i don't
have to worry about today's lesson in every subject....

another funny thing that happened and is always happening every time
I'm in school and it's raining hard is....

my classmate will always bring her bag with her and walk around and
make her own announcement that it's suspended the first time she did
that i foolishly believe it.. but not this time!!! but the funnier thing
was she actually got an accomplish to join her so called "campaign" and
instead of saying it's suspended she said she was suspended.... and of
course her accomplish felt shy and i burst out laughing out loud ^^

you might think its not that funny but if your in my situation you'll
really laugh.....

when it's raining hard nonstop this is what happens...... a sample picture..



Sunday, September 7, 2008

i have made some few changes in my blog
the major ones is the change in URL
my old Url was but now it's and i also made my layout simpler....

p.s that's my old url i moved back after i saw the result of
my statcounter stating that this url is more visited by people
but i will keep the title as is.....

thats all ^^


Eraserheads Reunion Concert Intro - "Alapaap"

Monday, September 1, 2008


Eraserheads concert cut short, Buendia rushed to hospital

The concert’s sudden end was announced by Buendia’s sister Lally who went onstage with Ely’s band mates Raimund Marasigan, Buddy Zabala, Marcus Adoro and concert organizers stating that the band’s lead vocalist and songwriter was in poor health. The band members apologized to the audience for cutting short their performance.

MTV Philippines President Francis Lumen asked the crowd for a minute of silence to pray for Buendia’s health.

“He had a slight attack because of stress due to the recent passing of his mother (Lisette Buendia), and their sound check which lasted till 3 a.m. today (Saturday),” said MTV Philippines and Radiohead director for marketing Ronald Esguerra in an interview with “But we have received word that Ely is now in stable condition.”

Organizers also belied erroneous reports that Buendia is undergoing triple bypass surgery, adding that the Eraserheads frontman actually wants to check out of the Makati Medical Center and go instead to his personal doctor.

According to Jing Garcia, former music journalist and currently technology editor at Manila Times and a friend of the Eraserheads members, Buendia collapsed backstage after the last song before the intermission, which was “Lightyears.” The band had already played 15 songs by then.

Buendia suffered a heart attack on January 7, 2007 and had already undergone surgery.

The concert, which was staged at the Fort Bonifacio Global City open field in Taguig, started at around 8:15 p.m. and paused for a break at around 9:30 p.m.

The Eraserheads opened their much-awaited reunion concert with “Alapaap” and “Ligaya,” complete with fireworks display.

After waiting at the open field for an hour since the intermission hoping for further developments, loyal fans of the band calmly left the concert area after being treated to a thrilling first set.

MTV Philippines’ Esguerra said that while he is hoping for a second Eraserheads reunion concert, there is still no word on whether another one would be staged.

“We have received no word of a Part Two but we also hope there will be one,” he said.

credits to: Philippine Daily Inquirer

.....hope he will get well soon........


half happy half sad

maybe the title's kinda confusing but i will
explain it cause i often feel this way.

have you experienced a morning when you feel
really energetic and happy and a lot of good
things simultaneously come? and you feel
really good then suddenly....

that afternoon you will feel extremely upset
about something... and feel really down

i always experience that rarely do i have a
day that's all good or bad....

so sometimes when i feel really happy i assume
that something bad will happen later or tom.
and that really happens....

so sometimes i tell myself to stop laughing cause
i feel a bit scared for the next series of events...


what to write??

i always have a lot of things going in my mind
i often say i'll put that in my blog but everytime
i seat in front of the computer i forget those things
whats happening????

is this what you call memory gap.......?

but still i'll try to remember things i should
have written here!!


10 Amazingly Simple Tricks To Turn Your Brain Into A Powerful Thinking Machine

There are two basic principles to keep your brain healthy and sharp as you age: variety and curiosity. When anything you do becomes second nature, you need to make a change. If you can do the crossword puzzle in your sleep, it’s time for you to move on to a new challenge in order to get the best workout for your brain. Curiosity about the world around you, how it works and how you can understand it will keep your brain working fast and efficiently. Use the ideas below to help attain your quest for mental fitness.

1. Read a Book

Pick a book on an entirely new subject. Read a novel set in Egypt. Learn about economics. There are many excellent popular non-fiction books that do a great job entertaining you while teaching about a subject. Become an expert in something new each week. Branch out from familiar reading topics. If you usually read history books, try a contemporary novel. Read foreign authors, the classics and random books. Not only will your brain get a workout by imagining different time periods, cultures and peoples, you will also have interesting stories to tell about your reading, what it makes you think of and the connections you draw between modem life and the words.

2. Play Games

Games are a wonderful way to tease and challenge your brain. Suduko, crosswords and electronic games can all improve your brain’s speed and memory. These games rely on logic, word skills, math and more. These games are also fun. You’ll get benefit more by doing these games a little bit every day-spend 15 minutes or so, not hours.

3. Use Your Opposite Hand

Spend the day doing things with your non-dominant hand. If you are left-handed, open doors with your right hand. If you are right-handed, try using your keys with your left. This simple task will cause your brain to lay down some new pathways and rethink daily tasks. Wear your watch on the opposite hand to remind you to switch.

4. Learn Phone Numbers

Our modem phones remember every number that calls them. No one memorizes phone numbers anymore, but it is a great memory Skill. Learn a new phone number everyday.

5. Eat for Your Brain

Your brain needs you to eat healthy fats. Focus on fish oils from wild salmon, nuts such as walnuts, seeds such as flax seed and olive oil. Eat more of these foods and less saturated fats. Eliminate transfats completely from your diet.

6. Break the Routine

We love our routines. We have hobbies and pastimes that we could do for hours on end. But the more something is second nature, the less our brains have to work to do it. To really help your brain stay young, challenge it. Change routes to the grocery store, use your opposite hand to open doors and eat dessert first. All this will force your brain to wake up from habits and pay attention again.

7. Go a Different way

Drive or walk a different way to wherever you go. This little change in routine helps the brain practice special memory and directions. Try different side streets go through stores in a different order anything to change your route.

8. Learn a New Skill

Learning a new skill works multiple areas of the brain. Your memory comes into play, you learn new movements and you associate things differently. Reading Shakespeare, learning to cook and building an airplane out of tooth picks all will challenge your brain and give you something to think about.

9. Make Lists

Lists are wonderful. Making lists helps us to associate items with one another. Make a list of all the places you have traveled. Make a list of the tastiest foods you have eaten. Make a list of the best presents you have been given. Make one list every day to jog your memory and make new connections. But don’t become too reliant on them. Make your grocery list, but then try to shop without it. Use the list once you have put every item you can think of in your cart. Do the same with your “to do” lists.

10. Choose a new skill

Find something that captivates you that you can do easily in your home and doesn’t cost too much. Photography with a digital camera, learning to draw, learning a musical instrument learning new cooking styles, or writing are all great choices.

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