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Thursday, September 30, 2010

HAIR RAISING LIST OF PEOPLE!

If you happen to meet these people in the streets...run...just run!

Chuck Norris – (The abominable white trash). He had starred in a number of blockbuster films during the 70’s and 80’s (which is considered a B-Movie if it was released today), being the “cool” martial arts protagonist. He kicks ass with no facial expression, kill some bad guys with no facial expression, and make out with women with no facial expression…that’s the kind of actor he is…no facial expression.
Scary factor: He acts with no facial expression!


Ronnie Rickets – (The pinoy action figure). The kickin’ ass and goodie face pinoy action star. He has a shout like the rock star’s, he has kicks like a tae kwon do fighter, he has punches like a wild child, and he has a face like kokey’s. One of the respected action stars in the 80’s and early 90’s because of his martial arts moves.
Scary Factor: The hair…the goddamn mullet!

Cynthia Rothrock – (The bad-ass hottie). She is the popular fighting bombshell before Angelina Jolie even had a movie after Hackers. A constant appearance with Golden Harvest makes her an official Chinese-wannabe fighter. She has the bust and the butt that protrudes when she’s on side view.
Scary Factor: She talks like a crazy woman from hell!

Ronald Gan – (The nobody). Good thing that a lot of people don’t know this guy…at least their dreams will not be haunted.
Scary Factor: Who the hell is he!?!

Chuck Perez – (The all-around Ahnold). He has been to a number of films, as extra, as antagonist, and as a protagonist. His badass looks mixed with his bulldog-like physique makes him an Ahnold Schwarzenegger of the Philippines. His awfully popular film is ‘Bagwis’, he had a big wings matching his hulk body. After that movie, he started to decline as an actor. Then poof! He’s gone.
Scary Factor: You see a Fabio in him!

Shaquille O’Niel – (The man of Steele). His movies Kazaam and Steele are the movies you should not watch.
Scary Factor: When he thought of becoming an actor!

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

In The Making

Nostalgia Series coming soon.

Saturday, September 25, 2010

IS SCHOOL IMPORTANT?

A lot of people say that in order for you to be wealthy is to finish your studies with good grades and apply to big companies, after that, you'll have a great life.  Successful people say that you don't need proper schooling to achieve wealth and success, school doesn't teach us what to do in real life, but still school is important.


Which do you think is true? For me I'd follow what successful people say simply because they are have the life I wanted.  Think of it, almost 90% of world's richest are either drop-outs or just had a little formal education, so I guess they are right.  But if they know that formal education is not required to be successful then why do they tell kids to study? The answer is competence.


Having good grades, being a class leader, having awards and honors in school is a good thing if you want to have a wonderful and successful life; it's not because, like what unsuccessful people say, "to be hired by big companies and have a good life with good pay and benefits", it's because if you are a class leader and having honors, you have competence.  You strive to be more than average and be better (or different) with others, you think and plan out-of-the-box and have the courage to be different, to commit mistakes, to deal things on your own.  Your honors, awards, and recognition is a result of your competence. Having high competence gives you higher chances to succeed.


Competence is what should people focus on and not the grades that you can use to apply for a job.  There's nothing wrong with a job, as most successful people say, but to end in a job is crazy.  After being competent in school, you try to be competent with your job and with every other people to have promotion.  Competence builds you up, your courage, your self-confidence, and your self-belief.  It won't guarantee you success but will give you higher chances of success.  It's the same thing if you put your child to Ateneo, DLSU, or UP...it gives them higher chances but will not guarantee them success (it will still be about competence).  Study everything that you can get with your job or school for you to grow and gain more skills so you can use it in the future.


The only way to go is business.  If you want to live the life that you want or the life that you want for your family, then go on a business. As most successful businessmen would say, "start as early as you can to have a lot of time to practice", true becaue according to statistics, you will lose your business 3-4 times before you succeed.  Business and job requires competence but they give different incomes.  If you have competence, then might as well use it in business.


Now, if you are studying, working, or in a business, the bottom line is competence.  Don't use school or fomal education as your basis of success.  Where you are now is the measure of your competence.  Think of it and do something about it.


Robert Kiyosaki said in his book, "the most dangerous advice that you can give to your children is to get good grades, go to a big company, get promoted and have a good life".  You will not use everything you learned in school in real life.  Instead, focus on COMPETENCE and measure it with your results. Dream big dreams to level up your competence.
And as what my mentor always say, "If you don't want to dream and have a good life, please don't go and steal other people's dreams."

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

The Love Languages: Know what you want in a relationship

Didn't you know that love has five different languages? It is important to know yours and your partner's love language for you to be able to work your relationship out.  People are different in a lot of things; with love, some people would say "opposites attract", some say "you love someone if you have a lot in common". Well, I'd say both are true if you know your love languages.

Here is the link of the love language test, take it and enjoy discovering your love languages (make sure you share it to your love one).

http://www.afo.net/hftw-lovetest.asp

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Kickass Loo


I sit here broken hearted
I tried to poop, but I only farted

Friday, September 17, 2010

Tablet or PC?

While I was browsing the net to find what tablet would fit my qualifications, I found this cool gadget.  It is not really new but I don't think it is already available in the Philippines...(I'm not sure).  Really cool, I find it better than the infamous iPad (basing only on the specs and features, and this is just me talking).  I drooled over it and I'm thinking of getting one. I dig it a lot!



Dual-Screen Versatility


The new libretto® W100 ultra mobile PC multiplies your possibilities by offering dual 7” diagonal multi-touch screens that work horizontally or vertically—perfect for ebooks or enjoying movies, music and photos. It also offers easy navigation, along with different virtual keyboards plus a “soft” track pad that let you type, click and browse the way you want.



Breakthrough Portability

Weighing in at under two pounds, the durable clamshell design of the libretto® PC makes even the lightest laptops seem heavy. Engineered for the ultimate in carrying comfort and handheld performance, it’s equipped with a spacious solid state drive for storing and sharing your files, along with music, photos and clips. And it’s encased in a black metallic finish.

Go-Anywhere Windows® 7 Performance


This ultra mobile PC is small, but never shrinks from the task at hand. Powered by Windows® 7 Home Premium, it offers familiar navigation and full multimedia capabilities. So now you can enjoy many different things—games, ebooks, movies, music and TV—from a single device. Perfect for multi-tasking, it also comes with an energy-efficient Intel® Pentium™ processor that lets you keep on doing and enjoying, wherever you’re going.

Wireless Freedom


Carry the libretto® W100 PC and you’re done with wires. Wireless-N puts you in touch from any hotspot. A built-in webcam empowers you to chat face-to-face all over the place. And integrated Bluetooth® v2.1 lets you lose the cords when using headphones, speakers or a mouse.



Seamless Synchronization

This PC definitely plays well with others. Driven by Windows® 7, it lets you easily share, stream and synchronize your files and multimedia through your home network or cloud. It also comes with a USB port and built-in memory reader so you can transfer stuff to and from external hard drives and other popular gear.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YrUmRHbtc68

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Bill Gates' School Speech - Very True

Rule 1: Life is not fair - get used to it!




Rule 2: The world doesn't care about your self-esteem. The world will expect you to accomplish something BEFORE you feel good about yourself.



Rule 3: You will NOT make $60,000 a year right out of high school. You won't be a vice-president with a car phone until you earn both.



Rule 4: If you think your teacher is tough, wait till you get a boss.



Rule 5: Flipping burgers is not beneath your dignity. Your Grandparents had a different word for burger flipping: they called it opportunity.



Rule 6: If you mess up, it's not your parents' fault, so don't whine about your mistakes, learn from them.



Rule 7: Before you were born, your parents weren't as boring as they are now. They got that way from paying your bills, cleaning your clothes and listening to you talk about how cool you thought you were. So before you save the rain forest from the parasites of your parent's generation, try delousing the closet in your own room.



Rule 8: Your school may have done away with winners and losers, but life HAS NOT. In some schools, they have abolished failing grades and they'll give you as MANY TIMES as you want to get the right answer. This doesn't bear the slightest resemblance to ANYTHING in real life.



Rule 9: Life is not divided into semesters. You don't get summers off and very few employers are interested in helping you FIND YOURSELF. Do that on your own time.



Rule 10: Television is NOT real life. In real life people actually have to leave the coffee shop and go to jobs.

Friday, September 10, 2010

History Relived

Remember these words? - Bilot, Katis, Patsyat, Bochog, Tala, and Tapete!

Wow! this is one of the best nights that happened to me this year. It was the past relived!  The boys and my brother invited me to an awesome adventure one Saturday night. The moon was blue-bright and cool breeze swam around. The adventure of a life time, hunt for gagamba.  There were nine of us, including me and my brother, who walked the night for the big hunt.  The gang decided to move on to the mountain going to a casino and resort, we were like vampires screaming for blood.

We started of on a dark, woody, and a blairwitch kind of a place armed with our flashlights and matchboxes for the spider cells.  The night was young and there they were, resting on the artistically formed  thread, they were a target on sight. One by one we seize them, like hungry wolves battling out for the prey. The first area was cleared and it was time to move forward to the next victims' lair.

The first obstacle was a steep ground, followed by low-hung branches, then the worst...army of ants.  The impediment didn't stop us...we kept on going, making our own trail, then we found them.  Left, right, up and down...they were everywhere.  It is like the village of the gagamba. We were like picking apples a the farm.  The sweat pouring out like avalanche, wounds from the vines that leave a whip like markings; all these we endured for the love of the game.  We reaped our rewards. It was totally worth it!

As the boys go down and head home...I smiled as I walked heavily.  This was nostalgic for me.  I remember the days of my boyhood adventures that made me an adventurous person that I am now.  I even laughed quietly as I remember that before, I never catched one and had my revenge now...effortless.  I wondered why didn't I catch spiders on my own when I was young. It was an easy hell. It was time travel for me; the kid in me woke up and stretched out his arms as far as it can go.  It was helluva fun!  The adventre that is at the edge of extinction. The hunt of the lifetime.

As I sat down at the garage staring at my catch, I thought to myself, I want to live this kind of lifestyle...the carefree and adventurous everyday life.  This inspiration, this moment of ecstacy, it was an important thing to reflect on and think of my success.  I should have the urgency to quicken my success so to have this kind of life.

Remember when you were a kid? It was the happiest...and I want relive my childhood, reliving history of pure fun and adventure.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Skin Beautiful: Benefits of drinking a lot of water

Every part of your body is made up of cells. 

Protoplasm, the basic material of living cells, is made of fats, carbohydrates, proteins, salts, and similar elements combined with water.
Water acts as a solvent, transporting, combining, and chemically breaking down these substances.
A cell exchanges elements with the rest of the body by electrolysis, and in a normal case, minerals and micro elements pass through the cell membrane to the nucleus by electro-osmosis.
The body needs electrolytes (minerals like sodium, potassium, chloride, and bicarbonate) for its basic functions.
In case of water shortage, the electrolyzes cannot happen and our cells dry out and die.
Therefore, in order to keep our cells hydrated, our body's electrochemical balance and stay alive we need water and salt.

Benefit of drinking water for skin health:


Dr F. Batmanghelidj MD shows that in a dehydrated state of the body, the first site for establishing water conservation is the skin.
Skin has the ability to perspire to cool and regulate body temperature. If there is dehydration, the water reserves in the skin may be used up without being replaced at the same rate as the water lost. thus, dehydration is a primary factor in the production of dry skin:

•When the skin loses moisture it becomes prune-like

•There is less capillary circulation to the skin area to give it the healthy color it should have.

To promote a healthier skin, adequate water intake is essential. If water does not reach the skin from the circulation at its base, the rate of skin repair will decrease, and dehydrated cells will cover the body.
This is one of the reasons why you often see young women with their skins already aged beyond their year; why you see middle-aged women with deep fur-rows —crow's feet— all over their faces. The face is most exposed to wind and the sub's rays, elements that enhance water loss from its surface. (Men hormones bring more circulation to the skin of the face)
- The ultimate stage is scleroderma: the skin becomes atrophied and begins to resemble a crocodile's. The good news is that at its early phase, scleroderma can be reversed by increasing water intake.



* The most common irritant to the skin is the detergent residue on washed clothes that are not well rinsed. The detergent can dissolve in sweat and cause contact dermatitis and even hives. Always double rinse anything you wash! Benefit of drinking water in elimination of body wastes and toxins
Our organs are made of cells. The cells are made of and live in a water solution. Our blood also is mostly water and serves to dissolve, process and transport nutrients, and eliminate waste materials.

" In the case of dehydration, the blood becomes thick and saturated, not being able to flow properly. The excess of toxins must then be stored within the interstitial space surrounding the cells pending elimination for life to continue, and over time this space begins to resemble a toxic waste site - an acidic medium. Since the cells cannot have the proper oxygenation and nutrition they begin to change in form and function in order to survive.

The end stage of this process results in the cells not resembling normal cells at all, and they continue living by means of fermentation rather than the normal oxidative mechanisms. - This is when the oncologist will tell you that you have CANCER" - source: J.H. Tilden, Toxemia.

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Pinoy Rap: Those Were The Days

It was a lazy afternoon yesterday when I decided to go online.  Had nothing to do, it was boring in FB and had nothing left to search in google. I decided to just drop by at youtube and hunt for funny videos. I didn't find more interesting than Batang Lagim so I decided to just listen to music while watching the music videos. Suddenly I got connected with a video, it was a treasure found! I saw Rap Artist of the Philippines 1st Issue! Goddamn! This thing is an ultimate classic. This was released during the time where the HipHop and Rocker's "war" was concocted.  The rappers and their works in this album are such awesome and rare artform.  This album was released in 1994 as the first issue of Dongalo Records' compilation of artists he discovered and produced, but too bad it was never followed by any other issues or albums. Some of the artists in this album earned popularity in the industry, some are still performing up to now, but there were those who were burried with the album's untimely death.

My personal favorites: Bolanchaw by Chinese Mafia, Taong Ina Mo by Oblaxz, and A.E.I.O.U by BB Clan

Photo by: ssonictv.blogspot.com

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

In Retrospect


Comic books and video games …these are the usual stories that the new movies are using or doing. I wonder, why? Does the people in the movie industry are running out of ideas? Are all ideas to be put in a movie, all used up? I begin to wonder, where are the exciting up-to-the-minute movie concepts that the people in Hollywood had up to the brim before. The cool twists, the artistic conversations, the influential terror that can make you scream by the sight a toilet. These days, a lot of movies were adapted from comic books and video games. Don’t get me wrong, these movies are great if not a tad exciting. I personally enjoyed watching these movies and always find myself standing in line at the movie houses. I am just completely stumped by what’s going on.



Then a buzz in my synapses had me thinking and realized that, hey…the market or the movie goers, and the bulk of the people working in the movie industry at present came for this generation. The era wherein comics and video games were developing like crazy! It was that generation who, at that time, was the largest spectator of the technology advancement show. The 70s-80s generation. But the minds that time were progressing faster than the technology is; people knew that there are a lot of better things that can be done and make Sci-Fi to a Sci-Fa (that didn’t sound good). This generation also is the culprit why kids of today prefer playing video game consoles rather than going out and gather the gang to play the becoming extinct syato, tantsing, and lutu-lutuan. Well apparently, the technology today is the result of their imaginations (and they are the ones who complain about their kids not going out and play a real game or adventure…jeez).



 

Being a fraction of the ‘Hi-Tech age band’ that period is quite nostalgic to a humongous number of people. The lack of the technology that time is being compensated at this generation. So every time you’re going to stand in line and grab a bucket of pop corn to go see the latest movie, just think of it this way; you will be a part of that awesome Atari era just by watching a remake of a remarkable classic.

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