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Yes folks, its not Matter but Antimatter :o. The concept fuel of the future, used by Star Trek Enterprise.

Scientists claim antimatter is the costliest material to make. In 2006, Gerald Smith estimated 250 million dollars could produce 10 milligrams of positrons (equivalent to $25 billion per gram); and in 1999 NASA gave a figure of $62.5 trillion per gram of antihydrogen. This is because production is difficult (only a few antiprotons are produced in reactions in particle accelerators), and because there is higher demand for the other uses of particle accelerators. According to CERN, it has cost a few hundred million Swiss Francs to produce about 1 billionth of a gram (the amount used so far for particle/antiparticle collisions).

Several NASA Institute for Advanced Concepts-funded studies are exploring whether it might be possible to use magnetic scoops to collect the antimatter that occurs naturally in the Van Allen belt of the Earth, and ultimately, the belts of gas giants like Jupiter, hopefully at a lower cost per gram.

Antimatter is also the most difficult to contain because when in contact with matter, both will annihilate, turning into energy in a form of gamma rays. Current use of antimatter is the PET Scanner (Positron Emission Tomography), used to detect brain tumors.

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Kaliwat Bol-anon / Ferniz Family of Bohol
« on: June 14, 2010, 04:20:02 PM »
To start with, my Grandfather's name is Juan "Addo" Ferniz of Mansasa District, Tagbilaran City, Bohol. Married to Pia Dolotina of Dauis, Bohol.

Migrated to Bilar, Bohol and became the town's treasurer.

Sons and Daughters:

1. Nang Enyay (deceased) - I forgot her married surname
2. Ceriaco "Cocoy" Ferniz (deceased), former NBI and migrated to the US.
3. Anisia Ferniz Villanueva (deceased), migrated to Kidapawan & Davao
4. Teodoro Ferniz (deceased), former health inspector of Bilar, Bohol
5. Elpidio Ferniz - My Father, Cogon, Tagbilaran City.
6. Benjamin Ferniz (deceased), stayed at Bilar, Bohol

There are many Fernizes of Bohol, but I can only establish link from my grandfather's limbs and from the limbs of our relative the late Julio "July" Ferniz of Mansasa district, Tagbilaran City.

I have no idea if my grandfather has a brother or a sister.

Moreover, two of their cousins were among the first Filipinos to migrate and spread in the US during 1890's. For those who would like to read the full details, here's the link: http://tubagbohol.mikeligalig.com/blog-and-diary/my-lost-relatives-in-the-us-(ferniz-family-genealogy)/

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Facts and Trivia / Stereogram 3D Images
« on: June 02, 2010, 09:00:31 PM »
Describe the below Stereogram 3D Images.

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6. Here's a sexy one:
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8. Girl & Dog
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Technology / Latest Computer Technology
« on: May 20, 2010, 07:15:46 PM »
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Help & Support / Appreciate your help
« on: May 05, 2010, 07:26:04 PM »

Mga Higala diha sa Amsterdam!

I need your help to contact Ms or Mrs. Ellen van DÑžn of Amsterdam if you happen to know her or help me find her contact details.

Today, I received a stray mail containing 3 infant shirts with H&M Brand. This is to be delivered to Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia with wrong post box.

The return address reads as follows:

Ellen van DÑžn
Jan v. Galenstraat 3 H
1051 KE Amsterdam
Netherlands
(No phone Nos.)


Whoever knows the above person, please ask her to call or SMS my mobile: +966 555722692.

This is just a small amount but somehow let us show to the world that we Filipinos are honest & trustworthy, contrary to the ruined impression caused by some of our corrupt leaders.

I will personally deliver the goods to the intended person.

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Science and Research / First oxygen-free animals found
« on: April 14, 2010, 05:09:48 PM »

First oxygen-free animals found
By Patrick Jackson
BBC News


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The creatures are covered in a thick, protective layer or lorica

Scientists have found the first animals that can survive and reproduce entirely without oxygen, deep on the floor of the Mediterranean Sea.

The team, led by Roberto Danovaro from Marche Polytechnic University in Ancona, Italy, found three new species from the Loricifera group.

He told BBC World Service they were about a millimetre in size and looked like jellyfish in a protective shell.

"We plan to go back and see if there are new surprises for us," he added.

One of the three new Loriciferans (so-called because of their protective layer, or lorica) has already been officially named Spinoloricus Cinzia, after the professor's wife.

The other two, currently designated Rugiloricus and Pliciloricus, have still to be formally described.

They were discovered in the course of three oceanographic expeditions conducted over a decade in order to search for living fauna in the sediment of the Mediterranean's L'Atalante basin.

The basin, 200km (124 miles) off the western coast of Crete, is about 3.5km (2.2 miles) deep and is almost entirely depleted of oxygen, or anoxic.

Eggs included

Bodies of multicellular animals have been found previously in sediment taken from an anoxic area - or "dead zone" - of the Black Sea, Professor Danovaro told BBC News. But these were believed at the time to be remains of organisms which had sunk there from adjacent oxygenated areas.

What the team found in the L'Atalante dead zone was three species of living animals, two of which contained eggs.

Although it was not possible to extract the animals alive in order to show that they could live without oxygen, the team was able to incubate the eggs in anoxic conditions aboard on the ship.

The eggs hatched successfully in a completely oxygen-free environment.

"It is a real mystery how these creatures are able to live without oxygen because until now we thought only bacteria could do this," said Professor Danovaro, who heads Italy's Association of Limnology (the study of inland waters).

"We did not think we could find any animal living there. We are talking about extreme conditions - full of salt, with no oxygen."

The discovery of the new Loriciferans represents, he said, a "tremendous adaptation for animals which evolved in oxygenated conditions".

Dead zones in the world's oceans, he added, were expanding all the time.

Commenting in the journal BMC Biology, Lisa Levin of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography said that before this discovery, "no one had found [animals] capable of living and reproducing entirely in the absence of oxygen".

"Loriciferans are rarely reported," she noted.

"Whether they were overlooked or are exceedingly rare and thus not sampled is unclear. Perhaps scientists have been looking for them in all the wrong places."

Considering the implications of creatures which can exist without oxygen, she said that greater study of animal-microbe interactions in the extreme environment of Earth's oceans could help answer questions about the possibility of life existing on other planets with different atmospheres.


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Weird and Extreme / Pornographic magazine for the blind launched
« on: April 14, 2010, 04:34:23 PM »
Published: 10:42AM BST 12 Apr 2010

A pornographic magazine for the blind has been launched - complete with explicit text and raised pictures of naked men and women.

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Among the 17 raised images include a naked woman in a 'disco pose', a woman with 'perfect breasts' and a 'male love robot'  Photo: Lisa Murphy

The book, the brainchild of Lisa Murphy and called Tactile Minds, is designed to be 'enjoyed' by the blind and visually impaired - and is on sale for £150.

Among the 17 raised images include a naked woman in a 'disco pose', a woman with 'perfect breasts' and a 'male love robot'.

Canadian Lisa says that she made the book to fill a gap in the market, adding: "There are no books of tactile pictures of nudes for adults.

"We're breaking new ground. Playboy has an edition with Braille wording, but there are no pictures."

She said that she made the book after realising that the 'blind have been left out in a culture saturated with sexual images'.

Between 1970 and 1985 Playboy printed copies of its famous magazine in braille - but without raised pictures.

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Inspiration & Hope / It's Never Too Late - for SK folks (or Sobra Kwarenta)
« on: November 24, 2009, 05:31:02 PM »
Personal Blog.

On 26th and 27th of November 2009, I will take my board exams at Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia. I am Macky Ferniz, age: 44, graduated BS Civil Engineering, October 1987 from the University of Bohol, 22 years from now.

To those who do not know, this explains my long silence at Tubag Bohol.

After graduation and being un-licensed, I worked as assistant to the resident Engineer at an Asian Development Bank funded project to renovate all buildings and infrastructures of Bilar Agricultural College (BAC). After two years the project was completed.

For the record, all structures survived without-a-scratch from the earthquake of 1989 at magnitude 5.7.

After the project, I became a “misfit of profession” doing sales, delivery, marketing, advertising & even laborer in various establishments of Tagbilaran City. In 1991, I went to Saudi Arabia as an OFW. This is with the help of my relatives who were already established in Saudi Arabia. That time was the height of Gulf War when Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait and then liberated by the US led coalition. We witnessed Scud Missiles vs. Patriot Missiles colliding in mid-air with huge explosions that rocked our villas almost every night.

Here in Saudi Arabia I spent almost quarter of a century, working in marketing & distribution company and continued being a “misfit of profession”. Since mathematics is more advanced in engineering than in any field of education, I was assigned in all math related jobs such as forecasting, estimating, costing, P&L, statistics…etc and now I managed the International Purchasing Department (import/export).

In September this year, I heard that Board Exams will be conducted in our locality under SPLBE program of PRC. Since then I was enticed of this great challenge to take the exams in foreign land after 22 years. With a very limited time, I started recalling engineering subjects such as concrete/steel design, strength of materials, hydraulics/design of dams/spillways, mechanics (physics), math/analytic geometry, calculus (differential & integral)…etc. After 22 years, engineering is now out of my mind (just a dot in my gray matter) except for mathematics. Somehow, it is true that long-term memory is mysterious to the extent that I am able to visualize my UB instructors writing the formulas at the black board.

Having limited capability Vs. huge challenge, I considered this endeavor as an adventure, expedition & a quest.

However, besides my family, from your friendship I draw the confidence, strength, hope, inspiration and I have nothing, but only this.

Herewith my sincere thanks to your prayers and best wishes for my success.

Macky Ferniz

Good news: After the exams, I can rock n roll at Tubag Bohol.

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Baby Khloe Hermosisima Ferniz’s Baptism (first daughter of my brother John and his wife Amparo)
July 11, 2009 at Long Beach California

Hey wait a second, look who’s here, “It’s Mickey Gatal”
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Thanks Mickey for dropping by!
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I stumbled upon this Knowledgrush website (below link) and noticed that the First Blood Compact did not happen in Bohol.

http://www.knowledgerush.com/kr/encyclopedia/Sultanate_of_Sulu/

Excerpts reads as below:

March 18, 1521 AD - Magellan, including his wife's cousin Duarte Barbosa, cosmographer Andres de San Martin, and Pigafetta landed on an uninhabited island known as Homonhon where friendly natives from neighboring islands brought food and Atuba and together they feasted for one day.

March 24, 1521 - Moving southeast, Magellan weighed anchor for Masawa on Mindanaw Island where Masawa Rajah Kolambu was entertaining his visiting brother, Rajah Siagu of Butuan; The two Rajahs caused the first traditional blood compact of foreign visitors in which the visiting dignitary would drink each other's blood mixed with the native wine, Atuba.

November 21, 1564 - Another Nueva Espana viceroy, Don Luis de Velasco, commissioned 54-year-old Basque adelantado Miguel Lopez deLegaspi, to subjugate Islas Felipinas after five unsuccessful attempts.

1565-1663 Fourth Stage of Moro Wars (Majul)
February 1565 - Legaspi arrived in Samar island on his flagship Capitana piloted by seasoned navigator-priest Andres Urdaneta who was earlier with the 1525 expedition of Fray Garcia Jofre deLoaiza [Crivelli].

As below, Legaspi's blood compact is the second.

April 1565 - Mooring southward to Bohol, Legaspi executed the traditional blood compact with Bohol Rajah Sikatuna and Rajah Sigala to show his sincerity of mission.

May 1565 - Legaspi effected the first Spanish settlement at Cebu with the aid of the two Bohol Rajahs after a brief combat with remnants of the Humabon-Lapulapu warriors that were later incorporated into his mercenary forces.

1568-1648 - The Spanish-Dutch War that started as an internal agitation within the Holy Roman Empire extended to the Far East for the control of the spice trade ending in the Peace of Westphalia in 1648; This war despoiled Portugal of all its East India possessions and severely affected the tranquility of Moroland.

The above link contains very interesting facts I never knew from history classes - Please open and read further.

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Based on AL-Riyadh Local Newspaper dated 25-May-09
 

Weather temperature in summer ((After 26 days)) will reach 60c degrees affecting both Eastern and Central regions

 Dr. Ali Shukry, head of physics department , King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, stating that this year both eastern and central (Riyadh) regions will be suffering an unexpected and very high raise in temperatures that might reach 60 degrees between 11 - 2 PM with an average higher than usual temperature of 50 degrees for several days...

http://www.alriyadh.com/2009/05/25/article432296.html

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Kimverlie Molina representing all Pinoys of Al Khobar Saudi Arabia will participate on the 13th Annual World Championships of Performing Arts, set to take place on July 11-19 in Los Angeles, California.

Here's a sample video of hers:




Hence, to all Pinoys out there, here's Kimverlie's background as a young artist:

Filpop: A platform for singing, and a cause
By Joe Avancena
 
IN 1998, Dr. Ronnie E. Molina, a dentist, converted a small room in his apartment in Al-Khobar into a music room to train young children in singing. Among them was also his young daughter Kimverlie.
 
The training program, mostly in pop music, eventually became very popular within the Filipino community. Many parents felt that Molina’s musical project was a good avenue to enhance the personality of their children. They started sending their children – studying in elementary to high school – to learn the art of singing under Molina’s tutelage.

The number of children attending the singing sessions, conducted during weekends, increased, forcing Molina to relocate the venue from his flat to a Filipino school.
“In 2004, after six years of sacrifices, spending my own resources and time, and constant encouragement from parents and community leaders, I formally organized the project into what is now the Filipino Pop Music Club (Filpop),” Molina said.

The Filpop is now governed by the Filpop Music Club Executive Committee, headed by Molina as the founder and executive director. The job of overseeing the club, however, is performed by a group of officers and advisers.

The club inducted last week its officers and advisers for 2009. This new committee is headed by Jun Z. Eledia as deputy executive officer. Other officers are: Jaypee M. Vega, secretary; Mae V. Salvador, assistant secretary; Carol C. Vencer, treasurer; Thess B. Tunac, assistant treasurer; James C. Cipriano, auditor; Thess L. Cipriano, assistant auditor; Pabs E. Balbarosa, PRO; Annie C. Mendiola, assistant PRO; Ronald Conde, project director; Liyo C. Cefre, assistant project director; Ted Lor, finance director; Benny E. Celestino, marketing director; Demifred Tunac, technical director; Grace C. Sitchon, assistant finance director; Gener Kampitan, assistant technical director; and Nilo Bejasa, assistant marketing director.

Bong F. Buella, Joselito L. Cadiz, John Mendiola, Ronnie Sitchon, Eyek Ellamil, Carlo Gonzales, and Boyet Indefenso are the Filpop council of advisers.

The new officers and advisers were inducted into office by Philippine labor attaché David Des T. Dicang, who lauded Filpop’s contribution to the Filipino community in the Eastern Province.
Molina said among the people who convinced him to officially launch the club were Fred Abrenica, whose daughter, Jasmine Mae, became the overall champion of The Filipino Channel (TFC) Pop Star singing contest in Saudi Arabia in 2006, and Philippine labor attaché Manuel C.Roldan.
Molina’s daughter, Kimverlie, won the overall grand championship of the ABS-CBN TFC Pop Star Middle East Singing Competition held in Dubai in 2006.

Graduates of the Filpop, most of them now in college, have been successful in their singing career. Recently, Janette Ricasio, a former student of Filpop, together with Jasmine Mae and Kimverlie, won a national singing competition in Canada where her family migrated.

Kimverlie, who is now enrolled in a music school in Manila, will participate in the 13th Annual World Championships of Performing Arts, set to take place on July 11-19 in Los Angeles, California. The international meet is often cited as the official “World Talent Championships” for aspiring performers and entertainers.

The Filpop, which has trained about 300 Filipino children, has been transformed into an active group of about 80 Filipino families in the Eastern Province, working together to support the club started by Molina.

The club now has its own small studio at the Al-Andalus International School in Al-Khobar, where school children are trained in the art of singing and stage performance. Assisting Molina is training director, Jaypee M. Vega, an accomplished singer himself. The club also supports Filipinos who are in need of assistance. The latest recipient of the Filpop’s support was Bong Araya, who successfully underwent a kidney transplant in Manila. – SG

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Music and Video / I used to dislike Charise, but not until seeing this
« on: March 27, 2009, 04:32:24 AM »

I saw this on TV last January, but only now I saw this posted at Youtube.



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Music and Video / Adam Lambert - American Idol Contestant 2009
« on: March 27, 2009, 04:14:35 AM »
I love how this goth guy converts ordinary music into a piece of art.

He can do anything from rock to broadway style. Last time he turns country music into punk style.

Adam Lambert has a future.


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By Christian V. Esguerra
Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 20:32:00 03/15/2009

Filed Under: Foreign affairs & international relations, Conflicts (general), Laws


MANILA, Philippines -- China’s dispatch of a state-of-the-art patrol ship in the South China Sea does not necessarily smack of gunboat diplomacy, according to Malacañang, but the Palace has admitted it was taking this action seriously.

National Security Adviser Norberto Gonzales said on Sunday he decided to call for an immediate meeting of the Cabinet’s security group to discuss the Chinese action in the wake of Beijing’s protest over the signing of the Philippine Archipelagic Baselines Law.

“The deployment of the patrol ship was a message and we cannot just ignore it,” Gonzales told the Philippine Daily Inquirer in a phone interview. “We have to take it seriously.”

China’s state media reported on Sunday that the People’s Republic of China dispatched its “most modern patrol ship” in the South China Sea following an incident with a US naval vessel and the signing of the Philippine baselines law.

“This should remind us that even in this era of dialogue and understanding in the world, there will always be nations that will show might and threaten perceived weak nations like us,” Gonzales said.

Gonzales said the meeting of the national security cluster would tackle the Philippine government’s response to the ship deployment in the context of the 2002 Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea.

“That’s where we should be going,” he said. “The only thing we can do is to resort to diplomacy.”

In the declaration, China and Southeast Asian nations agreed to “exercise self-restraint in the conduct of activities that would complicate or escalate disputes and affect peace and stability including, among others, refraining from action of inhabiting the presently uninhabited islands, reefs, shoals, cays, and other features and to handle their differences in a constructive manner.”

China protested the signing of the baselines bill, describing it as “illegal.” But the Philippine government maintained that it was standing by its claim to the Spratly Islands and Scarborough Shoal -- an area potentially rich in oil.

The baselines law excludes the disputed Kalayaan Group of Islands and Scarborough Shoal in defining the country’s baseline points as an archipelago, treating them instead as part of a “regime of islands.”

Still, China was adamant that the Philippines was claiming its territories in the Spratlys, particularly Huangyan Island and Nansha Islands.

Gonzales said the Chinese protest could be considered as a form of diplomatic “posturing.”

Press Secretary Cerge Remonde described on Sunday Beijing’s move as a “normal conduct in international diplomacy.”

“We should not be worried about it,” he said in his Sunday media forum on state-owned Radyo ng Bayan. “The United Nations will be the final arbiter of the issue.”

Remonde maintained that the baselines law was consistent with requirements of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.

“What our President and our government [officials] did was in accordance to their sworn constitutional duty which is to uphold and protect the sovereignty of our country,” he said.

He said the Philippine government would also have lodged a similar diplomatic protest if China or other claimants of the disputed island came up with an official action similar to the baselines law.

No official reaction has been issued by the Department of Foreign Affairs, but a DFA official who did not wish to be named said that the Chinese move seemed to comply with the 2002 declaration, particularly its provision on notification coursed through official media.

The Beijing News said the Chinese vessel would conduct patrols of what it called China’s exclusive maritime zone in the disputed waters surrounding the Paracel and Spratly Islands, according to Agence France Presse.

The report said that the converted naval rescue ship would aid Chinese fishing boats and transport vessels.

Tensions in the area rose when the United States sent destroyers to international waters off southern China to protect a naval surveillance patrol that was involved in a stand off with Chinese vessels.

China said the US patrol vessels were within its 200-kilometer economic exclusive zone, but the United States insisted they were in international waters.

The Spratly and Paracel island chains have been flash points for years.

The Spratlys are claimed in full or part by China and Vietnam as well as the Philippines, Malaysia, Brunei and Taiwan, and the Paracels are claimed by China, which now occupies them, as well as by Vietnam and Taiwan.

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Philippine Video and Music / Ayer - Tagalog Version (Inday Player)
« on: February 25, 2009, 06:51:13 PM »

Gaya-gaya puto maya gyud ning mga Pinoy.


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As Announced by Jonas Inting - Batch President

The schedule of HNU High School Batch '83 (d'Pioneers) Annual Homecoming and General Assembly is on February 14, 2009, HNU Main Campus

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Schedule of Activities

7:30  -  9:00 AM      -   Registration
9:00  -  10:00 AM    -   Holy Mass
10:00 - 12:00 Noon  -   Business Meeting
                                         a. Announcement of Election Guidelines
                                         b. Start of Elections
                                         c. President's Report
                                         d. Treasurer's Report
12:00 -  1:00 PM         -   Lunch
                                         End of Elections / Start of Canvasing
1:00   -  3:00 PM         -   Fun Activities
                                         Proclamation of Election Winners

Pioneers please come and wear your Shining Silver Shirts

Kids, please remind your busy parents about it.

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World Daily News / Barack Obama's Inaugural Speech - Closing Remarks
« on: January 21, 2009, 05:54:05 AM »
This is Macky with you. I tried putting this piece of history in writing folks:

What  is required of us now is a new era of responsibility. A recognition on the part of every American that we have duties to ourselves, our nation and the world. Duties that we do not grudgingly accept, but rather sees gladly. Firm in the knowledge that there is nothing so satisfying to the spirit, so defining of our character and giving our all to a difficult test. This, is the price in the promise of citizenship. This is the source of our confidence. The knowledge that God calls on us to straighten  an uncertain destiny. This is the meaning of our liberty and our creed why,  men and women and children of every race and every faith can join in celebration across this magnificent mall (pause).

And why a man whose father less than 60 years ago, might not have been served in a local restaurant, can now stand before you, to take a more sacred oath (applause and Obama’s parents in standing ovation, whistle, yeah, whow).

Let us mark this day of remembrance of who we are and how far we have travelled. In the year of America's birth, in the coldest of months, a small band of patriots huddled by, dying campfires on the shores of an icy river. The capital was abandoned, the enemy was advancing, the snow was stained with blood. And the moment when the outcome of our revolution was most in doubt, the father of our nation ordered these words be read to the people: Let it be told to future world, that in the depth of winter, when nothing but hope and virtue could survive, that the city and the country alarmed at one common danger came forth to meet it (short pause).

America, in the face of our common dangers, in this winter of our hardship, let us remember these timeless words. With hope and virtue let us brave once more the icy currents and endure what storms may come. Let it be said by our children’s children that when we were tested, we refused to let this journey end, that we did not turn back nor did we falter, and with eyes fixed on the horizon and God’s grace upon us, we carried forth that great gift of freedom, and delivered it safely, to future generations.

Thank you, God bless you and God bless the United States of America (applause).

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Eyeball / Angie Gulle in Bohol EB - Call 09173042323
« on: January 02, 2009, 10:38:11 PM »
Tita Lee,

Ako na lang ang mag announce:


Tita Lee,

I post ni nga topic dire sa announcement para ma bibo ug ayaw baya kalimti ang mga pictures ha. Mingaw na ko kaayo sa Bohol.

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I don't know if this footage is already posted here folks:

Who dares to challenge at 15 seconds flat? Big prizes is waiting from generous people in TB including our very own Balong. Not to mention a year supply of dental products.


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