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Anonymous Diary Blog / My Newborn
« on: September 13, 2009, 03:07:46 AM »
Hello everyone, here is my newborn - Joshua Dale Williams.   :-* :-* :-*

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curious lang ko, sa bata-bata pa ko, kanunay ko magkatawa sa akong apuhan nga lake kay pagkatangkag jud sa iyang dunggan.  mao jud to akong paboritong lusilusion.  matod pa niya, bulahan kuno ang mga tao nga may tangkag nga dunggan kay taas ug kinabuhi.  kalooy sa Ginoo, bisan pa sa iyang pagkamasakiton karon 86 years old na baya siya.  motoo ba mo ani?

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Introduce Yourself / Hello I Am Back
« on: February 12, 2009, 11:05:55 AM »


hello guys musta u all?  kaila pa ba mo nako hehehheh?  it's been a long, long time na jud.  musta na dinhi?  welcome pa ba ko ani?

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Inspiration & Hope / i need your prayers
« on: May 27, 2008, 11:36:56 PM »
to all tb members mohangyo unta ko ninyo, please tabangi ko ug ampo para sa ahong apuhan nga naadmit na pod karon sa hospital.  ikaduha na ron niya ka beses karon lang buwana sa May. 


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LGU Philippines / howie mandel's deal or no deal in the philippines
« on: May 07, 2008, 11:18:05 AM »
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Anonymous Diary Blog / Out of Town Pics
« on: March 31, 2008, 09:48:45 AM »
guys as promised, here are some of the pics here in washington, d.c.
hope that you will like it............

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mao ni ang white house sa atubangan nga bahin


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World Daily News / Harry being deployed to Afghanistan since Dec.
« on: February 29, 2008, 08:35:38 PM »
Britain: Harry's Afghan deployment over



LONDON - Britain's defense chief decided Friday to immediately pull Prince Harry out of Afghanistan after news of his deployment was leaked on the U.S. Web site the Drudge Report.

Air Chief Marshal Jock Stirrup, chief of the Defense Staff, said he decided to withdraw the prince after senior commanders assessed the risks, the Defense Ministry said in a statement.

Harry, third in line to the British throne, has been serving on the front line with an army unit in Afghanistan's southern Helmand province since mid-December. He was originally due to return to Britain within weeks, but "the situation has now clearly changed," the statement said.

The decision was based on concerns that worldwide media coverage of Harry in Afghanistan could put him and his comrades at increased risk.

The ministry asked the media not to speculate on Harry's location — or how and when he would return — until he was back in Britain.

British officials had hoped to keep Prince Harry's deployment secret until he had safely returned, but they released video of him serving in Helmand Province after the leak appeared on the Drudge Report.

The ministry deplored the leak by "elements of the foreign media."

"However, this was a circumstance that we have always been aware of and one for which we have had contingency plans in place," the statement said.

Prime Minister Gordon Brown said the prince had demonstrated that he was an exemplary young officer. "The whole of Britain will be proud of the outstanding service he is giving," he said.

Harry, 23, is the first royal to serve in a combat zone since his uncle Prince Andrew flew helicopters during Britain's war with Argentina over the Falkland Islands in 1982.

Tours to Afghanistan usually last six months; Harry has served 10 weeks.

Harry conceded in an interview filmed last week that when he returns to Britain he could be a "top target" for Islamic terrorists.

"Once this ... comes out, every single person that supports them will be trying to slot me," he said.

The deployment plan had been disclosed to reporters, with no specific date, but was not reported previously because of an agreement between the Ministry of Defense and all major news organizations operating in Britain, including The Associated Press. The news blackout was intended to reduce the risk to the prince and his regiment.

Harry was supposed to go to Iraq with the Blues and Royals regiment in May last year but the assignment was canceled because of security fears. Iraqi insurgents made threats on Internet chat rooms, saying he would not make it home alive.

Harry trained at Sandhurst military academy and joined the Blues and Royals as a cornet, the cavalry regiment's equivalent of a second lieutenant. After being held back from his Iraq assignment, the prince threatened to quit the army if he was not given the chance to see combat.

Harry said his older brother, William, who also graduated from Sandhurst and is training as a military pilot, is jealous of his deployment. As Britain's likely future king, Prince William is unlikely ever to see combat.

Helmand province is where most of the 7,800 British soldiers in Afghanistan are based. It has seen some of the country's fiercest combat in recent years, with NATO-led forces fighting the Taliban and al-Qaida militants.

Harry's work in Afghanistan has involved calling in airstrikes on Taliban positions as well as going out on foot patrols. He spent part of his deployment at a base 500 yards from Taliban positions, the military said.

Since Harry's arrival, his battle group has been responsible for around 30 enemy deaths, a Ministry of Defense official said, speaking on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to release the information.

Video showed the prince in camouflage fatigues walking across arid and dusty terrain, calling in air support, firing a machine gun and patrolling the streets of Garmsir, the southernmost part of the province. He has since left Garmsir, and his current whereabouts are being kept secret.


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Love Talk / daghang salamat Ms Gemma
« on: January 23, 2008, 10:37:09 AM »
yeheyyyy pwerti jud nako lipaya karong adlawa, bisan ug gilabdan kog ulo, pag abot nako sa balay galukso lukso jud ko sa kalipay, tungod sa ahong nadawat sa mail.  kinadaghanang salamat Ms Gem.  words of thanks are not enough to say, si Lord ra'y mahibaw nimo sa tanan.

abi nimo, Ms Gem, nakatawa tawn si Gary kay nahurot lagi nako dayon ang goodies nga imong giapil.  nagpaila jud kuno nga labihang mingawa na naho sa bohol.

from the bottom of our hearts, thank you very much.  my husband couldn't believe all of these: our EBs, and the friendship that evolve thru' this very WONDERFUL SITE.  you really made my day Ms Gem

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Tagbilaran City - Bohol / Sunrise
« on: December 20, 2007, 10:47:01 AM »
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Anonymous Diary Blog / it's your day Hazel
« on: December 04, 2007, 07:42:25 AM »
cheers to the birthday gurl!
God bless u and may u have many more to come.

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Introduce Yourself / nabiktima ba pod ka ani?
« on: December 01, 2007, 08:47:46 AM »
hello mga TB members, ask lang ko ninjo, kinsa man nakasuway nga nalock ang injong car unja tua sa sulod ang yawe sa balay ug sa car, apil na ang pocketbook?  mao man gud ni nahitabo nako ganina.  actually, kaduha na jud ni nahitabo, sus maau na lang kay dihay nakatabang.  gusto lang ko mahibaw ug ako ra ba or daghan ba tang nabiktima, hehehhe.

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Special Dates and Events / The LASIK danger you don't see
« on: October 10, 2007, 09:48:40 AM »
BY SABINE VOLLMER
(Raleigh) News & Observer

Millions of Americans have undergone laser eye surgery to correct bad vision, and along with the procedure's popularity something else is coming into focus: its hazards.

Advertising stresses the surgery's safety, and most procedures are successful.  Tiger Woods, who relies on keen eyesight as the world's best golfer, pitches it as a quick and painless way to restore sharp vision.  Even the U.S. Air Force, long skeptical of the surgery, changed its policy in May to let people who had LASIK apply for pilot training.

But every year, thousands of Americans who undergo LASIK are left with chronic pain, dryness of the eyes, distorted night vision and even night blindness, according to Food and Drug Administration statistics.

LASIK - which stands for laser-assisted- in-situ keratomileusis -uses lasers to cut and reshape the cornea.  It can improve eyesight without complications, but equipment flaws, a surgeon's error or a failure to screen out patients whose eyes are ill-suited for the treatment can cause the operation to go awry.

The American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, which represents about 9,000 ophthalmologists specializing in laser eye surgery, estimates that 2 percent to 3 percent of the more than 1 million LASIK surgeries each year are unsuccessful.  But Food and Drug Administration records of clinical studies show that six months after the surgery, up to 16 percent had blurry vision and up to 18 percent had difficulty driving at night.

How many LASIK patients develop post-surgery complications is obscured by a lack of regulation and reporting.  Because health insurers don't pay for LASIK, they generally don't track complications.  The FDA doesn't require reports from doctors, and regulatory enforcement has been largely limited to recalling malfunctioning lasers.

One of the Triangle's leaders in the procedure is Duke Eye Center, whose LASIK surgeons are among the best-trained and best-equipped in the field.  But even surgery at Duke's level has damaged a few patient's eyes beyond repair.

One of those patients is Matthew Kotsovolos, 38, of Raliegh.  He was the Duke Eye Center's head of finances and received the surgery for free June 8, 2006.  It gave him 20/20 vision but left him with intensely dry eyes and excruciating facial pain.  He wakes up with sore eyes every morning, wears special goggles to preserve eye moisture and wonders when the pain in his face will kick in.

"I traded in my glasses for permanent head pain, eye pain and these things," Kotsovolos said, pointing to the goggles.

He is organizing a support group for LASIK patients with complications.

"It may help inform people that this is a surgery with real risks that are understated by LASIK surgeons," Kotsovolos said.

Alan Carlson, head of the Duke Eye Center, said his experience with LASIK is that complications are rare.  Carlson, who did not operate on Kotsovolos, said only a handful of the roughly 6,000 LASIK patients he has treated at Duke since 1996 ended up with problems.  The eye center does very well in patient satisfaction surveys, he said.

"I had nothing but a great experience," said Jim Branch, 55, a Raleigh real estate developer who had LASIK at Duke about five years ago.

But Carlson acknowledged that the procedure can cause serious complications.

"It's imperfect surgery in an imperfect world," he said.

Post-LASIK lenses

Evidence of problems is accumulating.  Some of the strongest is the growing market for contact lenses designed for people who have undergone LASIK and still have vision problems, some seeing worse than before the surgery.  One of the leading post-LASIK lens maker is MedLens Innovations, a Front Royal, Va. company founded in 2000.

Robert Breece, an optometrist and MedLen's president, said his company provides hard contacts to more than 2,500 post-LASIK patients annually and business is increasing about 10 percent every year.  Breece said his company serves more than 200 people per year who have been seriously disabled by the surgery.

"I don't get to talk to happy LASIK patients," he said.

By the end of the year, SynergEyes of Carlsbad, Calif., plans to bring to market the first line of contact lenses designed specially for laser eye surgery patients with complications who cannot tolerate hard lenses.

A trial version of the SynergEyes contact lenses have given Paula Cofer, 49, of Tampa, Fla., some relief from dry, itchy eyes and night vision so distorted that she sees up to eight moons.

The specially fitted contacts cost $300 every six months, Cofer said.  Contact lens solution, sterile saline solution, artificial tears and lens rewetting drops run another $150 to $160 per month.

"Life was very simple then," she said about the 30 years she wore glasses.  "Now, it's very complicated."

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Introduce Yourself / what can u say that erap is found guilty of plunder?
« on: September 13, 2007, 09:26:39 AM »
hello sa mga tb members.  musta man mong tanan? 
palain sa ta.  karon kay gisentinsyahan naman si erap nga guilty, unsa man ang inyong ikasulti about ani?  uyon or pabor or supak ba mo sa verdict sa sandiganbayan?  magsurvey kunohay ta, gamay palain lang pod ba.

ako, uyon ko, maajo ra pod para sample ba sa ubang mga pulitiko nga sige lang ug pangurakot ug kadtong wa pa hingsakpi hangtod sa pagkakaron.  kamo, unsa man ang injong ikasulti?

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Introduce Yourself / hello everybody!!!
« on: August 14, 2007, 08:59:26 AM »
komusta sa tanan nga mga bol-anon!  hope that everybody is ok. :)

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