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What's the bravest thing you've ever done?
« on: June 07, 2010, 10:07:45 AM »
What's the bravest thing you've ever done?

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Re: What's the bravest thing you've ever done?
« Reply #1 on: June 07, 2010, 04:38:23 PM »
premirong pag-atubang sa mother-in-law......bwahahahha

kay naka sala man... :-X

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Re: What's the bravest thing you've ever done?
« Reply #2 on: June 07, 2010, 04:42:33 PM »
premirong pag-atubang sa mother-in-law......bwahahahha

kay naka sala man... :-X

Morag dili pa to mother-in-law that time... ;D

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Re: What's the bravest thing you've ever done?
« Reply #3 on: June 07, 2010, 04:43:54 PM »
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Re: What's the bravest thing you've ever done?
« Reply #4 on: June 07, 2010, 07:40:14 PM »
pag-atubang sa ahong in-laws nga mga puti

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Re: What's the bravest thing you've ever done?
« Reply #5 on: June 07, 2010, 08:06:12 PM »
leaving my kids so that i can work here...

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Re: What's the bravest thing you've ever done?
« Reply #7 on: June 07, 2010, 09:47:29 PM »

Eating raw beef

Mr. Lagunay, was it marinated ?

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Asking my beloved out, then after several months, asking her if I could court her. Everything followed suit.

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Re: What's the bravest thing you've ever done?
« Reply #8 on: June 10, 2010, 08:53:00 PM »
Mr. Lagunay, was it marinated ?

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Asking my beloved out, then after several months, asking her if I could court her. Everything followed suit.

I don't think it was marinated. But it seemed to have a dash of sesame oil and sesame seeds. And just before putting it in your mouth, you dip it in a kind of hot sauce seasoning.

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Re: What's the bravest thing you've ever done?
« Reply #9 on: June 10, 2010, 08:57:14 PM »
hangtud dili maundang ang pagpanaugdaug ug pagtamak sa katungod sa atong mga ultimong mamumuo, dili mapakgang ang reklamo batok sa pagpanaugdaug nga kapitalista ug abusadong naglingkod sa atong gobyerno! unsa pa man inyong gipaabot?

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Re: What's the bravest thing you've ever done?
« Reply #10 on: June 13, 2010, 07:23:36 AM »
I don't think it was marinated. But it seemed to have a dash of sesame oil and sesame seeds. And just before putting it in your mouth, you dip it in a kind of hot sauce seasoning.

haha interesting. What ethnic dish was this? Interesting.



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Re: What's the bravest thing you've ever done?
« Reply #11 on: June 14, 2010, 03:26:38 PM »
What's the bravest thing you've ever done?

Calling a spade a spade...or a frog a frog, for that matter...

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Re: What's the bravest thing you've ever done?
« Reply #12 on: June 15, 2010, 10:56:46 PM »
haha interesting. What ethnic dish was this? Interesting.



Korean Dish.

Japanese have a lot of raw dish from the sea but I'm not sure about raw beef

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Re: What's the bravest thing you've ever done?
« Reply #13 on: June 15, 2010, 11:29:56 PM »
Korean Dish.

Japanese have a lot of raw dish from the sea but I'm not sure about raw beef

Thanks Mr. Lagunay. That indeed is very brave.

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Re: What's the bravest thing you've ever done?
« Reply #14 on: June 18, 2010, 06:22:09 PM »

Re: What's the bravest thing you've ever done?
« Reply #15 on: June 18, 2010, 06:30:51 PM »
I survived when my horse falling down and rolling over completely with me still sitting in the saddle during a barrel race competition when I use to game and rodeo with the cowboys back home....

My horse was ranked at the time as the top ten in Northwest barrel racing org. She somehow knew how to drop and roll-over in a way that she did not put all her weight on me and neither did I come out of it with aches or bruises.

Often these kinds of accidents lead into having broken bones.

I also rodeo for several years and knew how to keep myself calm so that the horse would not run away out of control. My horses were trained by me to stand if I had fallen off them ever not to run away. I may have fallen once and was bucked off once.... Not bad for a life longer rodeo girl!



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Re: What's the bravest thing you've ever done?
« Reply #16 on: June 19, 2010, 11:51:12 AM »
I survived when my horse falling down and rolling over completely with me still sitting in the saddle during a barrel race competition when I use to game and rodeo with the cowboys back home....

My horse was ranked at the time as the top ten in Northwest barrel racing org. She somehow knew how to drop and roll-over in a way that she did not put all her weight on me and neither did I come out of it with aches or bruises.

Often these kinds of accidents lead into having broken bones.

I also rodeo for several years and knew how to keep myself calm so that the horse would not run away out of control. My horses were trained by me to stand if I had fallen off them ever not to run away. I may have fallen once and was bucked off once.... Not bad for a life longer rodeo girl!


You do rodeo? wow you are brave my friend. Oh how I love horses.


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Re: What's the bravest thing you've ever done?
« Reply #17 on: June 20, 2010, 04:11:41 AM »

two things, actually.

1)  as a student, throwing out of the house the things of my cousin who lived with us and sowed too many intrigues in our family, then going into a shouting match with her mother who came to defend her.  both our families never recovered after that.

2) as a single working girl, calling up the welfare agency to report child abuse in our next-door neighbor, giving my real name and putting myself up as witness.  what happened:  the 9-year-old boy had 8 big staple wires buried in his back and arms.  his drunk father from hell shot him with an electric stapler, the kind that's used by carpenters for walls.  that's gigantic.  and that was my last straw.     

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Re: What's the bravest thing you've ever done?
« Reply #18 on: June 20, 2010, 05:36:27 AM »
two things, actually.

1)  as a student, throwing out of the house the things of my cousin who lived with us and sowed too many intrigues in our family, then going into a shouting match with her mother who came to defend her.  both our families never recovered after that.

2) as a single working girl, calling up the welfare agency to report child abuse in our next-door neighbor, giving my real name and putting myself up as witness.  what happened:  the 9-year-old boy had 8 big staple wires buried in his back and arms.  his drunk father from hell shot him with an electric stapler, the kind that's used by carpenters for walls.  that's gigantic.  and that was my last straw.     



haskang hanggawa sa amahan!!!! basi naay pagka baki tong bataa? BANHAAN? kay naay uban nga banhaan lami man kaajo pusilon ang baba ug stapler sa carpenter!!! hwahhahahha

bitaw oi! hangal tong amahana toh!!!

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Re: What's the bravest thing you've ever done?
« Reply #19 on: June 20, 2010, 07:37:40 AM »
There are 3 things:

1. During my sophomore year in college, I was accepted to an exchange program with Kiev Mohyla Academy of Law and Sciences for the summer semester of 2006. On our 1st week there, I joined a group of other Ukrainian and foreign-exchange students to a tour in around Chernobyll Oblast and a rare tour inside Chernobyll ruins. It was amazing to be there because I've read so many works and participated in many collegiate debates on Russian nuclear arsenals, nuclear arms research and on the Chernobyll incident in 1986. But to actually be there in the former Soviet Republic and see the effects of such a liquidation, was for me life-changing.


2. Climbing down a 80 foot ravine for an ecology class that our Professor (Dr. Ostrofskie) thought would be ideal. As the class TA, I was in charge of hauling lab equipment and carrying 40 lbs of equipment down a ravine was, let's say...scary. :)
During the midst of our measurments, it started snowing (Lake-effect snowstorm).

I remember taking a deep breath and looked at Dr. Ostrofskie and took in his response to the snow, "Oh boy, oh boy, i guess we should get back to the bus , eh, Al?"

With my snow mask on, he did not see my facial reaction to his little comment. Since I specifically warned him of the weather situation the day earlier and requested he re-sechedule the lab trip the next week.



3. We were doing lake coring at Conneaut Lake in summer 2007. Dr. Ostrofskie and I and another student research assistant went coring. One of our cores fell into the lake and Devin and I had to plunge and dive 20 feet in cold lake water to retrieve it. When we resurfaced, all three of us were laughing. We had to dive to retrieve that core machine, the machine itself was worth a good $10,000 and a good part of Dr. O's grant money was spent on buying that machine. Thank God, it was still functional.



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