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Help & Support / Happy Birthday Hubag Bohol
« on: February 29, 2012, 06:37:11 AM »
Happy Birthday Botoy! Swerte jud ka Toy nga nagbirthday aning adlawa hehehe di kas baboy kay every 4 years ra mag ihaw.

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Anonymous Diary Blog / Nagkita na jud mi ni Michael Ligalig
« on: January 12, 2012, 11:28:27 AM »
Dia ra ang ebedinsya
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Photos Unlimited / Tubag Bohol Gathering California
« on: May 16, 2011, 10:05:06 PM »
First of all magpasalamat ko sa nagcreate aning Tubag Bohol si Mike Ligalig nga daghan jud life na touch aning TB  ;D ug mao ni naka create ug deep connection of friendship nga bisan mao pay pagkakita murag dugay ra nagkaila. Nag eyeball (tb term) mi sa california sa mga taga tubag Bohol. Bibo kaayo mi didto. Dia ra ang ebidensya.
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Inspiration & Hope / My Weight Loss Picture Diary
« on: March 28, 2011, 10:50:43 AM »
I wanna share to you all my success in losing weight. ;D It's been a long years of struggle to get back to my old self and I finally made it. Through diet and exercise ingbalik na gyud akong Pre-baby body.
Amazing Weight Loss Picture Diary

Hope ma inspire mo ani nga video lol kay sa tinuod lang perti gyud nakong paningkamot nga mogamay ko.

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Talk of the Town / Cebu Pacific Dancing Flight Attendant
« on: October 05, 2010, 07:06:02 AM »
Cebu Pacific FAs dancing

Unsa may inyong ikasulti bahin aning dancing flight attendant? What you think?

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Health and Food / Sea Hares Secretion Commonly Known as Lukot in Visayan
« on: September 07, 2010, 10:39:09 AM »
Share your recipe here. Lukot is not poop from sea cucumber but it's a secretion from Sea hare or donsol. . Unbeknownst to everybody Lukot can be sun dried aw paajaayan and stay fresh after many years in your storage or pantry. No I never even think about storing  my Lukot(sea hare secretion) in the fridge. Lukot nga gipanglukot nako sa among isla sa Pangangan unya diri sa sa America nako gikilaw after almost 2 years gikan pagdala.  Just soak the dried Lukot in fresh cold water mga 30 minutes or more.
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Kinilaw nga Lukot Sea hare salad
2 cups lukot sea hare secrecation
ginger
vinegar(spice sukang pinakurat)
shallot
onions
tomatoes
Mix together and serve with rice.

Sea Hare secration in Coconut Milk.

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2 cups coconut milk
lemon grass
ginger
onions
cooking oil
garlic.

Heat cooking oil. Add the garlic and onions.Then add the lukot. Mix and add coconut milk,giner and lemon grass. Salt and pepper to taste. Yummy

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The Story Of Life

The Gift of life a precious gift
We mortals take for granted
And those Dear ones we love so much
In our memories are implanted.

So we pass our memories down
To those we leave behind
And tell them of our earthly love
For those who’ve been so kind.

We think of those before us,
As we’re strolling down life’s lane
A drop of blood from each of them
Flows warmly through our veins.

Oh yes! Like us they made mistakes
Sometimes deliberately.
Once they were young and human,
Just like you and me.

While wandering through the lives of those
From whom we were begotten,
Our own life story comes to mind,
Lest we too, be forgotten.

And when our lives are over
Our times on earth is served
May our lives be remembered
Our memories be preserved.

Arriving at the Pearly Gates
The Good Lord shows us in.
And then He turn to us and says.
“Please meet your early kin.”

Do we lower our eyes and drop our heads,
And say to him in shame,
“I’m sorry sir, in my mortal life,
I never heard your name.”

But no! We’ll raise our chain up high
To meet his steady gaze.
And say, Oh yes! I know you,
From your earthly days.”

Someone wrote the story
Of how you live your life.
Of happiness and joy,
And yes, sometimes of strife.

May the story of life continue
Of the older one so wise
As descendants arrive in heaven
Our names they’ll recognize.

Please tabangi ko ug human sa akong ancestry book sa Forones, Garay, Tabat,Tayabas ug kinsa man ninyo diri nakabasa sa akong panawagan nga mga kaparyentihan. Di gyud ni mahuman ning libroha ni ug walay cooperation ninyo akong mga kabanay. Hinuklugi ang balak nga akong gisuwat sa ibabaw ining panawagan heheheh.


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Photos Unlimited / St. Louis Gateway Arch
« on: April 20, 2010, 11:38:37 PM »
The Gateway Arch, also known as the Gateway to the West, is an integral part of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial and the iconic image of St. Louis, Missouri. It was designed by Finnish-American architect Eero Saarinen and structural engineer Hannskarl Bandel in 1947. It stands 630 feet (192 m) tall, and is 630 feet (192 m) wide at its base, making it the tallest monument in the United States.[3] Construction of the arch started on February 12, 1963 and was completed on October 28, 1965.[4] The monument opened to the public on July 10, 1967.
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The gateway arch.
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samtang naghuwat ka sa tramway rides para adto ka sa ibabaw sa arch suroy suroy usa una sa Museum located sa ubos sa arch
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inside the capsule tram. Igo ra jud ta masulod ani nga tram tan awa si Melissa perti nakahawid sa saya ni Michelle
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the mighty mississippi river picture ni sa ibabaw na sa arch
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downtown St. Louis
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kanang reddish ug color nga structure mao nay Busch stadium home of the Cardinals
Unya ang round nga building is Millenium Hotel
Ang sa kilid nga daghan sakyanan nakapark ang color sa talinis nga object mao nay Old St. Louis Cathedral.
Every sunday mi movisit ug St. Louis so mas familiar nako ni nga City kay sa among capital diri sa Illinois ang Springfield
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my favorite Purina building. Mao ni ilang main headquarter sa Purina.Every sunday mi tiglabayan diri paingon sa simbahan.Daghan picture nga cute nila sa street sa iro ug mga iring.
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downtown St. Louis
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Makalipong sa ibabaw murag magswing man siguro ang arch

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hay salamat naa na jud ko sa ground.
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picnic ubos sa arch
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idea ni sa akong anak magpicnic. kami ray nagpicnic didto kay perti lakwonon pa ang parking lot.lingaw kaayo. ug gusto mo moanhi diri sayo lang kay perti ka daghan tawo taas ang linya.
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Photos Unlimited / Chickens,Snowdrift and More
« on: February 13, 2010, 11:56:30 PM »
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Akong mga manok gipicturan ni nako sila sa akong bintana. Makasurvived man diay ni sila bisan pa matabunan ug snow. Lingaw ko nagsegi tan aw ani nila nangakha sa snow.
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snow drift nice kaayo sa among backyard ni.

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snowdrift sa tangkaw sa among mga manok looy tan awon sila lagi.

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na shock si Al Gore pagkakita sa snow drift gikan siya sa iyang chicken igloo. Naay mga ngan  akong manok hehehe. Kauban ni Al Gore si Chatto,Herrera,Cajes ug naa pud si Niloandingal.
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si Blacky ug Sid bright jud kay nagnap sila sa ramp which diri ipark ang sakyanan ug mag change oil.Unya si Blacky the cat nakasense nga gapicture picture ko mao ing apil pud siya.
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My Bootsie murag bata namugos mogawas kay mofeel daw siya sa snow.Hinumanon ning iringa ni hehehhe
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pag abli sa pultahan sa among basement mao ni ang snow.

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Bible Study / Religion Test
« on: February 09, 2010, 12:32:03 PM »
Hala daw beh take daw mo ani nga test ug unsa jud ang pinakaclose nga religious belief. It is a test that asks about your beliefs and how important they are and then tells you what faith you are closest to. I've just wondered how close it really can be. It takes 15-20 minutes. Post your results if you like.
Na shock ko pag ayo sa akong result.Click the link
http://www.beliefnet.com/Entertainment/Quizzes/BeliefOMatic.aspx

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Murag daghan man nato diri nga nag resolution ug mag exercise,magdiet ug uban pa after new year. Please update us bahin sa inyong improvement ug ing stick ba jud mo sa plan?
Ako so far I lost almost 6 pounds in two weeks. Ug magpadayon ko aning akong Cardio exercise which I'm glad my kids always there to remind me nga Mommy it;s time to exercise now. Kinsay di maniwang nga sayaw sayaw mo unya akong mga anak in the middle of dancing magpa alsa alsa.hehhehe kanang lupad lupad bitaw. Wala na sad ko mokaon kaayo ug rice once a day nalang. Buntag akong kan on fruits udto green leaves ug sud an ug sundon ni nga paagi sa atua nga kaon dili jud kas ug bugas labi na ang i substitute nimo sa rice lettuce ba ron or spinach I guarantee you perti ka busog jud dili ka gutmon dayon. Unya inig ka gabii rice kung mahimo avoid mo sa white rice nindot ang brown or katong pula nga rice mao na akong tigkaon na.
Overall I feel good about myself. Medyo nahilis na akong belly fats.
Share giunsa ninyo paglost ug weight .

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General Topic / Living Green Our Cat and Dog Is Environment Worst Enemy
« on: December 23, 2009, 12:30:19 PM »
I read this article in Yahoo News.Patay kalooy pud sa mga iro ug iring kung i eliminate ni sila kay mas taas diay ni sila ug carbon pawprints.

Polluting pets: the devastating impact of man's best friend

by Isabelle Toussaint and Jurgen Hecker – Sun Dec 20, 3:23 pm ET

PARIS (AFP) – Man's best friend could be one of the environment's worst enemies, according to a new study which says the carbon pawprint of a pet dog is more than double that of a gas-guzzling sports utility vehicle.
But the revelation in the book "Time to Eat the Dog: The Real Guide to Sustainable Living" by New Zealanders Robert and Brenda Vale has angered pet owners who feel they are being singled out as troublemakers.
The Vales, specialists in sustainable living at Victoria University of Wellington, analysed popular brands of pet food and calculated that a medium-sized dog eats around 164 kilos (360 pounds) of meat and 95 kilos of cereal a year.
Combine the land required to generate its food and a "medium" sized dog has an annual footprint of 0.84 hectares (2.07 acres) -- around twice the 0.41 hectares required by a 4x4 driving 10,000 kilometres (6,200 miles) a year, including energy to build the car.
To confirm the results, the New Scientist magazine asked John Barrett at the Stockholm Environment Institute in York, Britain, to calculate eco-pawprints based on his own data. The results were essentially the same.
"Owning a dog really is quite an extravagance, mainly because of the carbon footprint of meat," Barrett said.
Other animals aren't much better for the environment, the Vales say.
Cats have an eco-footprint of about 0.15 hectares, slightly less than driving a Volkswagen Golf for a year, while two hamsters equates to a plasma television and even the humble goldfish burns energy equivalent to two mobile telephones.
But Reha Huttin, president of France's 30 Million Friends animal rights foundation says the human impact of eliminating pets would be equally devastating.
"Pets are anti-depressants, they help us cope with stress, they are good for the elderly," Huttin told AFP.
"Everyone should work out their own environmental impact. I should be allowed to say that I walk instead of using my car and that I don't eat meat, so why shouldn't I be allowed to have a little cat to alleviate my loneliness?"
Sylvie Comont, proud owner of seven cats and two dogs -- the environmental equivalent of a small fleet of cars -- says defiantly, "Our animals give us so much that I don't feel like a polluter at all.
"I think the love we have for our animals and what they contribute to our lives outweighs the environmental considerations.
"I don't want a life without animals," she told AFP.
And pets' environmental impact is not limited to their carbon footprint, as cats and dogs devastate wildlife, spread disease and pollute waterways, the Vales say.
With a total 7.7 million cats in Britain, more than 188 million wild animals are hunted, killed and eaten by feline predators per year, or an average 25 birds, mammals and frogs per cat, according to figures in the New Scientist.
Likewise, dogs decrease biodiversity in areas they are walked, while their faeces cause high bacterial levels in rivers and streams, making the water unsafe to drink, starving waterways of oxygen and killing aquatic life.
And cat poo can be even more toxic than doggy doo -- owners who flush their litter down the toilet ultimately infect sea otters and other animals with toxoplasma gondii, which causes a killer brain disease.
But despite the apocalyptic visions of domesticated animals' environmental impact, solutions exist, including reducing pets' protein-rich meat intake.
"If pussy is scoffing 'Fancy Feast' -- or some other food made from choice cuts of meat -- then the relative impact is likely to be high," said Robert Vale.
"If, on the other hand, the cat is fed on fish heads and other leftovers from the fishmonger, the impact will be lower."
Other potential positive steps include avoiding walking your dog in wildlife-rich areas and keeping your cat indoors at night when it has a particular thirst for other, smaller animals' blood.
As with buying a car, humans are also encouraged to take the environmental impact of their future possession/companion into account.
But the best way of compensating for that paw or clawprint is to make sure your animal is dual purpose, the Vales urge. Get a hen, which offsets its impact by laying edible eggs, or a rabbit, prepared to make the ultimate environmental sacrifice by ending up on the dinner table.
"Rabbits are good, provided you eat them," said Robert Vale.

Sugod na ang control nato ani wa na jud tay rights diay siguro bisan pagbuhi sa atong mga iro ug iring. Patay si Bootsie mahal raba ni ug pagkaon so dako diay ni siya ug carbon pawprints.Balik nalang diay ko ug buhi ani ug rabbits.

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Jokes and Humor / Christmas Funnies Kataw-anan nga hulagway sa Pasko
« on: December 13, 2009, 11:45:30 AM »
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I thought ako ray di moangay ug fruitcake daghan man diay hehhehe.

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ang deer hunter gikulata sa usa sa deer ni santa hehehhe
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smoking is bad for you
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basta tapuwan,hinay ug lain ug batasan i mount jud diay sa wall hehehhe
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my favorite hahhaha perti jud nakong katawa ani kay sakspan ni santa
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di na ko mokaon ug icecream cone next time hehehhe
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napusilan si santa abi ug burglar
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looya intawon na crash si santa ug iya deer
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looy ang bata hehhehe traumatic jud ni nga graveyard sign sa mga bata hehehhe

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General Topic / Congratulation Father Chicogon on 25 Years of Priesthood
« on: December 13, 2009, 10:18:03 AM »
Dear Father Roel a.k.a Padre Chicogon,

      Wishing you very best on your silver jubilee Ordination. Many are called, but only few are chosen. The Lord chose you from the very first moment of your life to be his faithful friend to look after His flock.May the spirit of the Lord lead you to many more successful years of priesthood and you celebrate the golden jubilee as well in the years to come. We always keep you in our prayers Father. Padayon sa pagpanagat sa katawhan. Raquel and Family

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Youtube Replay / Baby Swimming Survival Video
« on: November 24, 2009, 12:34:31 PM »
Found this in youtube.Molutaw man diay ning bata ug imo siguro practisan ug langoy nga gamay pa.6 months daw ang ideal so akong baby diay sugdan na ni nako siya ug dala sa swimming pool.Medyo kulba pero makalearn ta ani nga video.
Baby Swimming Survival Video
Baby Swimming - Little Dippers Waterbabies

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Photos Unlimited / Picnic sa Kabauwan(Umahan)
« on: November 17, 2009, 10:28:48 PM »
Just wanna share picture of my family enjoying nature at its best. Every year I make sure I will bring them down in this lane in between our farm. Look boring to some but my children have so much fun. This remind me of my younger years. Bisan wala ma experience sa akong mga anak ang padidit sa takong sa bakilid at least na experience ni nila magdula dula ug danggay ug maghigda higda sa ditch.
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daddy had to stop working and join with us eating the bounty
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simple outing but my kids were banking this kind of things in their memory bank
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They adore Dad so much
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dancing with nature,our cultivated field on the background
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they were building fortress
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kids having fun while mom taking a nap with baby.

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Loon - Bohol / Cabilao Island Most Biodiverse Marine Environment
« on: November 13, 2009, 04:26:22 AM »
Wow I read today that the Philippines has been named by National Geographic as one of the “25 best new travel destinations in the world for 2010,” according to the Philippine embassy in Washington. Duha ray ginganlan ang ifugao rice terraces ug and Cabilao island.
Sikat na gyud kaayo ning among silingan nga isla sa mga divers.

Dia ra ang kompletong detalye gikan sa www.thepinoy.net
RP among National Geographic’s 25 travel destinations
Posted November 12th, 2009 | Features, Travel |

 

Best New Trips for 2010
Summit to Sea

The Philippines has a PR problem. While it harbors as many islands as the Caribbean and some of the most spectacular reefs on the planet, the nation sees only a fraction of the visitors of nearby Thailand. Even travel companies, it seems, have bought the bad rap: Other than the occasional sea kayaking trip, U.S. guides have largely avoided the archipelago. But Wilderness Travel has finally gotten wise. This May the outfit will lead clients high into the 4,000-foot Cordillera Central, then deep into the world’s most biodiverse marine environment. The trip begins in Banaue, where travelers spend days hiking into terraced mountains and nights back at the town’s namesake hotel (pine cabins, private balconies, killer views). Then it’s down to the island of Cabilao, trading butterflies for fish species of them. For the next five days, you’ll bob around reefs, scanning the area’s 350 varieties of coral (including table coral that’s a whopping nine feet wide). But don’t forget: The best snorkeling starts at dusk. “It’s like being in a train station during commuting hours,” says Barbara Banks, Wilderness Travel’s director of new trip development. “The day fish are moving out and the night creatures like octopuses and eels are moving in.”

RP among National Geographic’s 25 travel destinations
By Jerry E. Esplanada
Philippine Daily Inquirer
MANILA, Philippine—The Philippines has been named by National Geographic as one of the “25 best new travel destinations in the world for 2010,” according to the Philippine embassy in Washington.

In its November Adventure issue, the US publication cited the country’s “ancient cultures, structures and biodiversity” as key reasons to visit the country.

The Washington, DC-based magazine described the Philippines as “harboring as many islands as the Caribbean and some of the most spectacular reefs on the planet.”

It described the Philippines and the 24 other destinations as “just right for right now” for “travelers who want their dollars to do more – for others, for the planet and for themselves.”

Among the magazine’s other must-see places were Bhutan, Bolivia, Botswana, Costa Rica, Iceland, Ireland, Kenya, Laos, Nepal, Peru, Slovakia, and Sri Lanka.

Willy Gaa, Philippine ambassador to the US, said the inclusion of the country on the list “shows the global community is taking note of the natural and cultural wonders in the Philippines, as well as efforts to protect and preserve them.”

Last month, National Geographic-Traveler magazine named the Ifugao Rice Terraces as one of the “50 Places of a Lifetime: Greatest Destinations in the World.”

It described the rice terraces in the Cordillera Administrative Region, declared by Unesco as a World Heritage Site, as “masterpieces of agrarian art” and “natural poetry.”

Other “destinations of distinction and character” on the list are the South Pacific island of Aitutaki, Switzerland’s Mt. Rigi, the Yap outer islands in Micronesia, the Balkan country of Montenegro, the Gobi desert in Mongolia, Bwindi forest in Uganda, and the little-known islands of Lord Howe in Australia and Fernando de Noronha in Brazil, among others.

According to Gaa, the American tourist firm Wilderness Travel is organizing a trip to the Philippines next May which will “lead clients high into the 4,000-foot Cordillera… then deep into the world’s most diverse marine environment.”

The travel group is a “company of and for travelers whose members are mostly repeat travelers or referrals from past members. Its members include naturalists, ecologists, archaeologists, writers, art teachers, historians, and mountaineers.

Wilderness Travel’s 12-day trip to the Philippines costs $3,300 (about P153,800).

On its website—www.wildernesstravel.com—the Philippines is described as a country which boasts “breathtaking hikes, ancient rice terraces and other scenic mountain landscapes, cultural encounters with Ifugao people and world-class snorkeling in the country’s coral triangle.”

The Philippine journey “explores the emerald world of the Ifugao hilltribe people, steeped in ancient tradition and who have transformed the precipitous mountainsides of their homeland into steeply-contoured rice terraces, complete with ingenious irrigation systems dating back 2,000 years.”

“The trip then takes travelers to Cabilao island in the Visayas to view stunning reefs that are part of the famed Coral Triangle, the world’s greatest concentration of marine dioversity,” said Wilderness Travel.

The Philippine embassy has been working with National Geographic in “raising awaress on the importance of sustainable development and ecological protection,” according to the diplomatic mission’s website.

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LGU Philippines / U.S Reform Health Care Bill Victory
« on: November 10, 2009, 10:11:52 PM »
What you think about the U.S Care Bill? Give your opinion here. Mga Doctor,nurses ug uban pa lamdagi daw mi ani beh. From what I heard and read dili ni maayo sa mga illegal immigrant ug katong magpa abort ug sa mga tiguwang pud murag i push ani ang suicide sa mga tiguwang or euthanisia. Murag di ni makatarunganon para nila pero mao siguro ni giingon nga who care dili na sila mapuslan so goodbye nalang or murag kining mga tigulang man siguro nakadako ug gasto sa healthcare system kay sila may segi ug balik balik sa hospital daghan gipang molo.
The amendment would bar abortion coverage for women obtaining insurance through the "public option" of government-sponsored insurance. In addition, private companies that sell policies on the new exchanges envisioned in the bill could not offer abortion services if they accept federally subsidized policyholders.
Women with coverage through such exchanges could not use it for abortions even if they receive no federal subsidies. They would be allowed to purchase separate abortion policies, known as "riders," with their own money.

Sa republican side sad ingon nila It will raise the cost of Americans' health insurance premiums; it will kill jobs with tax hikes and new mandates, and it will cut seniors' Medicare benefits," said the party's leader in the House, Rep. John Boehner of Ohio.
Sa akong nadungog sa t.v requirements na ni tanan sa mga business owner magamay man ug madako nga mohatag sila ug insurance sa ilang employee kay kung dili naay penalty.

Mao ni nga Bill ang pagtinabangay (pero exempted ang illegal immigrant ani looy pud)kay adto man gyud ni kuhaon sa taxes. Okey ra kaayo ni nako nga akong sakit motabang sad mo ug gasto thru your tax ug kamo moy masakit makatabang sad ko ug gasto thru my tax.

Klaruha ni ninyong mga Brilliant please.


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