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Real Estate Property / Lot For Sale In Basak
« on: January 25, 2011, 01:43:37 PM »

Basak is located near Booy.  The property is in front of Victoria Memorial.  It has clean title.  It's about 450 sq. meter@ Php2,500/sq. m.

Source:  GMA News

01/20/2011 | 05:28 PM

A Filipino flight attendant of Cathay Pacific died after a 12-hour flight from Italy to Hong Kong, an official of the airline in the Philippines said on Thursday.

Rosemarie Perez was found unconscious at the arrival hall of the Hong Kong International Airport at around 7:00 a.m. on Thursday, said Jan Agoncillo, Cathay Pacific's assistant marketing manager in the Philippines.

A report from Radio-TV Hong Kong quoted a spokesman for Cathay Pacific as saying that the attendant - a senior purser - did not report feeling unwell before collapsing.

In an email to GMANews.TV, Agoncillo said no irregularities were reported during the flight (flight number CX234) from Milan, Italy which arrived at the Hong Kong International Airport at around 6:20 a.m. on Thursday.

"Shortly afterwards, she was found unconscious in the arrivals hall," Agoncillo said. She added that Cathay Pacific is awaiting the autopsy report of the Princess Margaret Hospital in Hong Kong, which pronounced the flight attendant dead on Thursday.

Agoncillo said the "Cathay Pacific management has contacted her husband in the Philippines and has arranged for her family members to come to Hong Kong."

She said Perez has been a cabin attendant for Cathay Pacific since 1998. – With Paterno Esmaquel II/VVP,

To all Tubag Bohol friends, I request your good hearts to offer special prayer for Aya san in remembrance of her second death anniversary. 

Aya san, you are dearly missed!

General Topic / My Dearest Mocha Is Gone
« on: July 20, 2010, 05:39:05 AM »
Our dearest cat Mocha is gone. He died peacefully few minutes ago. I guess he didn't want to be euthanized as he was scheduled for the procedure tonight. So long, my dearest Mocha. You will live in our hearts forever. I'll be so sad especially whenever I go to the garden because you are not here anymore to accompany me or Murage. I terribly miss you and love you, Mocha baby!

So long, Baby Mocha... :'(  :'(  :'(  :'(

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Basketball | NBA-PBA / Celtics VS Lakers: Game 6 Tonight
« on: June 16, 2010, 03:41:45 AM »

Go Celtics go!

Sports and Fitness / Celtics Is Winning Game 5
« on: June 14, 2010, 10:36:14 AM »
There's still 2 minutes to play but I can tell Celtics is winning!   :D

LGU Philippines / 2010 Election Result: Davao City
« on: May 12, 2010, 10:39:25 AM »
Partial unofficial result:

1    BUEZON , Rodrigo Sr. P.    2,093
2    DUTERTE, Sara Z.    371,924
3    MARCELLONES, Magdaleno S.    1,561
4    NOGRALES, Prospero C.    153,735
5    SULAMIN, Rodrigo J.    1,853
1    DE GUZMAN, Benjamin C.    101,260
2    DUTERTE, Rodrigo R.    421,792
3    MACARAEG , Roberto V.    2,171
1    ABELLERA, Nilo Jr. M.    89,801
2    ANDOLANA, Domingo A.    9,067
3    ANTOLIN , Rodolfo F.    4,331
4    AVILA, Lester Lawrence T.    53,941
5    AVISADO, Wendel E.    117,188
6    BONGUYAN , Jo Anne M.    80,934
7    BORNEA , Inocentes Jr. R.    3,795
8    BRAGA, Pilar C.    79,594
9    CIRILO, Carlos J.    4,038
10    DE LOS REYES, Hector E T.    31,859
11    DOLOR, Shane L.    36,152
12    FUENTES, Eddie C.    9,357
13    GALICIA , Emmanuel D.    94,072
14    GALIDO, Arlex L.    3,064
15    GONZAGA, Edwin A.    6,737
16    HO , Jeff O.    63,190
17    IBUYAN, Edgar R.    94,320
18    LAVIÑA, Evelyn G.    54,089
19    LEONAR , Ranoelo C.    25,573
20    LIBRADO, Leah A.    96,885
21    LIM, Christian Jay D.    11,666
22    LU, Ferdinand C.    5,500
23    MACASAET, Ernesto Jr N.    11,093
24    MAGANDIA, Magompara M.    1,673
25    MANDING , Amil Bangsa T.    13,852
26    MILITAR, Napoleon T.    59,179
27    MOJICA, Prospero P.    33,469
28    PACONLA, Rogelio C.    1,947
29    PARILLA , Pablito P.    39,359
30    PONTERAS, Randy R.    13,532
31    QUITAIN, J Melchor V.    89,756
32    RAMIREZ, William I.    49,550
33    REYES, Stella Marissa V.    3,363
34    RIVERA, Benjamin Jr G.    7,386
35    SANTES , Joel A.    46,987
36    TABELO, Michael M.    1,609
37    VERGARA , Antonio H.    12,725
38    VILLARENTE , Rene Alexis P.    46,145
39    VIRADOR , Jose Joel G.    52,317
40    YAP, Alberto C.    3,299
41    YAP, Jocelyn P.    2,962
1    ALCEBAR, Richard A.    2,737
2    ALEJANDRE , Alryan S.    63,783
3    ALTERADO, Ernie I.    47,086
4    ALTERADO, Senforiano Jr I.    22,573
5    AMBAN , Jose E.    15,380
6    APORTADERA, Angelo A A.    41,750
7    APORTADERA , Michael P.    58,174
8    APOSTOL , Dante L.    92,383
9    AQUINO , Leonardo Miguel T.    40,072
10    BANGOY , Gerald Anthony B.    58,685
11    BONGUYAN , Louie John J.    97,269
12    CABLING , Arnolfo R B.    74,837
13    CAGATIN , Leopoldo L.    40,080
14    CASILAO , Ariel B.    29,692
15    DAYAP, April Marie C.    60,162
16    DUREZA , Jimmy G.    60,630
17    GALIDO, Dino Ferdinand I.    5,953
18    LAPITAN , Lito B.    21,054
19    LUMANOG, Joji Jude J.    57,262
20    MONTEVERDE , Tomas Iv J.    74,084
21    NORIEGA , Rhoda F.    2,017
22    ORCULLO, Beethoven L.    28,750
23    ORCULLO, Nenita R.    50,708
24    PICHON , Anthony F.    24,319
25    RODRIGUEZ, Luis Jr Q.    21,835
26    SALVADOR- ABELLA, Marissa P.    62,973
27    SAUCEJO , Joseph P.    13,911
28    SEDERIOSA , Elvira J.    10,805
29    UNLA , Richard C.    3,731
1    ABALLE, Lyndon G.    2,629
2    ADALIN , Magno Jr. G.    49,999
3    ADVINCULA , Victorio Jr. U.    53,954
4    AL-AG , Bernard E.    66,588
5    BALURAN , Conrado C.    57,858
6    BANTILES, Rogelio B.    3,081
7    BELLO, Karlo S.    82,905
8    CAINGLES , Salvador V.    24,251
9    CASUMPA , Genaro M.    6,857
10    DALODO , Domingo G.    37,787
11    DALODO-ORTIZ, Myrna G.    69,520
12    DOLOR , Allan L.    42,315
13    GERODIAS , Ernesto V.    1,614
14    GUILLEN, Daniel G.    6,312
15    GUTIERREZ , Lucio Jr. G.    1,777
16    LASAY , Samuel E.    4,343
17    LAYAO , Aldion N.    32,728
18    LOPEZ, Rene Elias C.    57,239
19    MANAOIS , Cecilio Jr. E.    1,704
20    MATA-MARAÑON, Teresita C.    41,564
21    MONTAJES , Rogelio A.    1,558
22    PANTIG , Gregorio R.    41,093
23    REYES , Reynaldo P.    26,506
24    SABERON, Romeo Sr. C.    1,530
25    SANTANDER, Angelico Jr T.    17,907
26    SUCAYRE , Lolito O.    27,196
27    SUMANDANG, Allan Joy A.    7,188
28    TRINIDAD , Eduard B.    6,209
29    VILLAFUERTE, Jose L P.    66,104
30    ZOZOBRADO , Rachel P.    75,466

Talibon - Bohol / 2010 Election Result: Talibon
« on: May 12, 2010, 10:18:19 AM »
1    AUXTERO, Restituto B.    10,935
2    ITEM, Juanario A.    10,544

1    ARTIAGA, Robesito E.    8,665
2    AURESTILA, Marcos Q.    11,655

1    ARTIAGA, Lazaro E.    7,709
2    AUZA, Vicente P.    8,097
3    AVENIDO, Fortunato E.    7,504
4    AVENIDO, Marciano R.    6,993
5    AVERGONZADO, Joel A.    7,775
6    BUNADO, Melchor E.    6,231
7    CABANES, Fernando B.    2,544
8    DOMINGO, Eugenio A.    730
9    DULANG, Gershon N.    10,008
10    EVANGELISTA, Carlito Sr. V.    6,001
11    EVANGELISTA, Concordio R.    8,905
12    EVANGELISTA, Dave A.    10,088
13    EVARDO, Jose Wayne A.    7,844
14    GALARSE, Vicente Y.    8,385
15    PACULABA, Byrnah F.    6,238
16    PALANGE, Corcillano C.    10,758
17    QUIMSON, Epifanio F.    10,917
18    VALMORIA, Nomie T.    9,367

Special Dates and Events / Happy Birthday, Willmerit!
« on: May 10, 2010, 10:20:32 PM »
Hello, Amie dear, HAPPY BIRTHDAY to you! Enjoy your day and all the days of your life!  God bless you and your family!  Lavooo, dear!

source:  businessweek

Philippines Votes for President as Aquino Holds Lead in Polls
May 09, 2010, 1:37 PM EDT
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By Francisco Alcuaz Jr.

May 10 (Bloomberg) -- Voters in the Philippines choose a new president today with Benigno Aquino, the son of a former chief executive, holding a 2-1 lead over his closest rivals in the last pre-election poll.

The new president will inherit a government that has run a deficit in all but four of the past 24 years. Aquino, 50, who had no plans to run until the death of his mother and former president Corazon “Cory” Aquino in August, campaigned on a pledge to fight corruption, clamp down on tax cheats and create jobs through infrastructure spending.

Aquino and his main rivals, Manuel Villar, 60, and Joseph Estrada, 73, have focused on combating poverty in a nation where one in four people lives on less than $1.25 a day, according to the World Bank. The Philippines’ $167 billion economy ranks 13th among 17 in Asia tracked by Bloomberg.

“We’re slipping from emerging market to frontier market,” said Paul Joseph Garcia, chief investment officer at ING Investment Management Ltd. in Manila. “We’re now being compared to Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Cambodia and Pakistan; we’re not even in the league of our Southeast Asian peers. The biggest challenge for the next president will be on the fiscal front.”

The deficit rose to a record 298.5 billion pesos ($6.5 billion) last year and the government says balancing the budget could take until 2016, the end of the incoming president’s term.

Finance Secretary Gary Teves has proposed raising the value-added tax to 15 percent from 12 percent to fund the roads, ports and airports needed to compete for foreign investment. The Philippines received $1.5 billion in foreign direct investment in 2008, compared with $7.3 billion for Malaysia, $9.8 billion for Thailand, and $8.05 billion for Vietnam, according to Association of Southeast Asian Nation statistics.

VAT Raise

Raising the VAT is “very necessary,” said Marvin Fausto, who oversees $10.7 billion as chief investment officer at Banco de Oro Unibank Inc. in Manila. Improving collection will be hard because corruption is “institutionalized” at the tax bureau, he said. “I’m not sure they can fix it during their term.”

The Philippines ranked 139th out of 180 by Berlin-based graft watchdog Transparency International. Outgoing President Gloria Arroyo has faced three impeachment attempts over allegations of graft, human rights violations and of rigging her 2004 re-election.

She took office after Estrada, a former movie star, was convicted on corruption charges. He was later freed from jail by a presidential pardon.

Aquino has vowed to prosecute Arroyo when she loses presidential immunity. Villar was ousted as Senate president after a fellow member alleged he used his influence to divert a highway so it ran through his property. He has denied any impropriety and the Senate hasn’t voted on the censure motion laid by 12 of the 23 senators, including Aquino.

Cheats ‘Known’

There is “no point” in raising taxes until the rate of collection can be improved, Aquino has said. He says he can raise more revenue “practically instantly” because he has the will to chase evaders, whose identities he says are known.

About 1.2 million people left the country to work abroad in 2008, 14 percent more than the year before, according to government data. Overseas Filipinos sent home $16.4 billion that year and $17.3 billion last year, accounting for about 10 percent of the economy.

Aquino was supported by 42 percent in a poll conducted by Social Weather Stations, a Quezon City-based research institution, for BusinessWorld newspaper. Estrada had 20 percent and property tycoon Villar 19 percent in the poll, which was conducted May 2-3 and had a margin of error of 2 percentage points.

Aquino had 38 percent in a poll taken April 16-19 by the same institution. Villar had 26 percent, while Estrada was on 17.

The nation this year switched to electronic balloting to reduce the disputes and cheating that went with manual counts. A week ago, voting machines malfunctioned in tests.

The Commission on Elections raced to replace flash memory cards in all of its 76,000 machines, saying some may only be installed and tested today.

--Editor: Ben Richardson.

To contact the reporter on this story: Francisco Alcuaz Jr. in Manila at

To contact the editor responsible for this story: Bill Austin at

Special Dates and Events / Happy Birthday, Simplylee!
« on: May 01, 2010, 04:07:41 PM »

Thank you so much for your friendship!  Lavooo!

LGU Philippines / Villar Admits Guido Delgado is NP Supporter
« on: May 01, 2010, 06:09:03 AM »

Villar admits Guido Delgado is ‘NP supporter’
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Nacionalista Party standard bearer Senator Manuel Villar Jr. admitted Wednesday knowing former National Power Corporation president Guido Delgado as his supporter but refused to take any sanction against the latter.

"Kilala ko si Mr. Guido Delgado, isa syang dating gabinete ni FVR (former President Fidel Ramos), kaya lang hindi ko alam ang issue na yan (I know Mr. Guido Delgado, he was with FVR’s former Cabinet, but I don’t know that issue)," he told reporters during an event organized by the Filipino Hairdressers Cooperative in Pasay City.

Delgado released to media on Tuesday copies of a purported report on Liberal Party presidential bet Sen. Benigno Aquino III's mental health. The report was later found out to be fake.

Villar said Delgado's move was without NP's consent but he could not sanction the latter because he was just a volunteer.

"You cannot remove a volunteer kasi nagbo-volunteer lang yan (because he is merely serving as a volunteer). Wala akong karapatang gawin ang anuman kay Guido dahil siya'y isang citizen na volunteer at kung ano ang gusto niyang gawin ay gagawin niya (I have no right to impose anything on Guido because he is a citizen volunteer, and he can do what he wants to do)," he said.

Villar added that he sees nothing wrong with Delgado's decision to come out with the report.

"I have yet to read the report but to be fair, what if he was right?...You are already concluding na meron siyang ginawang masama, e hindi ko pa nga alam. Paano kung mabuti yung ginawa niya (that he did something wrong, but I don’t know about that yet. What if he did something that was good)?" the senator said.

Villar reiterated that NP does not engage in black propaganda. "Ako ang naliligo sa black propaganda (I’m the one awash in black propaganda)," he said. —JV, GMANews.TV

LGU Philippines / Delgado says His Wife Sent E-mail In Good Faith
« on: May 01, 2010, 06:06:38 AM »

By Nikko Dizon
Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 04:24:00 04/30/2010

Filed Under: Inquirer Politics, Eleksyon 2010, Benigno Aquino III, Manny Villar

MANILA, Philippines—Former National Power Corp. president Guido Delgado Thursday said Sen. Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III was “lying” and was “wrong” when the Liberal Party (LP) standard-bearer accused his wife of starting the e-mail chain of a psychiatric report showing Aquino was “mentally unfit” to lead the country.

“I flatly deny Senator Aquino’s accusation and demand that he retract his statement and that he apologize to my wife and my family,” Delgado said in a two-page statement sent to the Philippine Daily Inquirer.

“Senator Aquino cannot fathom the deep hurt he has caused my family because he does not have a wife or children. If he wants to hurt me, he has to hit me. He should be man enough to face me squarely and not to pick on my wife who was only going out of her way to verify the report,” Delgado added.

Delgado is a supporter of Aquino’s rival, Nacionalista Party presidential candidate Sen. Manuel Villar.

Aquino and his party said that it was Delgado’s wife, Joy, who started the e-mail chain of the first psychiatric report that cast doubts on the LP leader’s mental fitness.

Delgado said that the e-mail was sent “in confidence and good faith to Dan Songco, a close friend and Noynoy supporter.

“I have been informed that the same e-mail was forwarded to Rapa Lopa (Aquino’s cousin) to precisely verify the psychiatric report. Dan Songco informed me that he never said that it was my wife who made the report,” Delgado said.

“I would like to remind Senator Aquino again that no amount of denial and scare tactics could obfuscate from the public mind any amount of doubt the report has raised regarding Senator Aquino’s mental health. It is the duty of every voting Filipino to know the qualifications and readiness of public officials if they are fit to perform their official duties,” he said.

Delgado released the report to the media on Tuesday and admitted that he did not verify it. He claimed that the report was brought by a messenger to Villar’s volunteer office in Mandaluyong City.

Delgado said in his statement that last Tuesday, when he went public with the “unverified psychiatric report,” was his and his wife’s 25th wedding anniversary.

“She did not know what I was about to do and she was so upset and she cried because we have many friends who support Senator Aquino,” he said.

LGU Philippines / Villar's Mother
« on: May 01, 2010, 04:20:54 AM »
Kaluoy sa inahan, gi apil-apil sa pagpangampanya!  Hahay!

LGU Philippines / Aquino Tags Villar Volunteers
« on: April 29, 2010, 10:41:33 PM »
Aquino tags Villar volunteers

E-mail traced to wife of ex-Napocor head Delgado
By Philip Tubeza, Nancy C. Carvajal
Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 01:13:00 04/29/2010

Filed Under: Inquirer Politics, Eleksyon 2010, Elections, Benigno Aquino III, Manny Villar

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MANILA, Philippines—The wife of former National Power Corp. (Napocor) president Guido Delgado started the e-mail chain of the first psychiatric
report that cast doubts on the mental fitness of Liberal Party standard-bearer Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III, the presidential candidate and his party said Wednesday.

Aquino particularly mentioned Joy Delgado, the wife of the former Napocor president, a volunteer of the camp of Nacionalista Party standard-bearer Manuel Villar.

“The wife reportedly started the first e-mail on this issue…So, this is the second time and we are saying that there is already malicious intent. They’re open for legal action,” Aquino said in Calumpit, Bulacan.

He said a mistake that happened once might be forgiven easily. “(But) it looks like this is the second time and it was really malicious. That is wrong and we should not let this pass easily,” he added.

The first report was followed by another, also found to be bogus, which Delgado himself made public on Tuesday.

LP spokesperson Edwin Lacierda said the party had gotten hold of the e-mail showing Joy as the source of the first fake psychiatric report, which was reported in the news on April 8.

“We have this e-mail as early as the date stated and we have kept this under wraps for a long time now. But considering that Guido Delgado maliciously and irresponsibly lent his name to this second fake report as part of their continuing campaign to taint Senator Aquino, we are constrained to release this e-mail,” Lacierda said.

Joy’s e-mail

The e-mail of Delgado’s wife, forwarded by Lacierda to the Philippine Daily Inquirer, showed that she received it from someone. She asked if the signature of Fr. Tito Caluag, who signed the first report, was genuine.

“I got this in the e-mail, just now. I have never been one to forward destructive e-mails unless verified. But looking at Fr. Tito’s signature, as far as I can recall, it does look authentic. Unless of course, somebody did a copy-paste. Can you verify this with him please? I seem to have lost his mobile number,” her e-mail said.

An attachment to the mail was the fake evaluation of Aquino by Caluag.

Bum steer

In Tacloban City on Tuesday night, Aquino said the former Napocor president fell for a bum steer (nakuryente) when he presented a fake psychiatric report that said the former suffered from depression and melancholia in college.

“That’s it. Napocor ha,” Aquino said while laughing when asked if Delgado was given a bum steer.

Aquino said his detractors were getting so desperate that they were willing to believe anything, even unverified reports.

“They might have been set up. But the point is, they’re getting so desperate that they used it,” he told reporters at the Leyte provincial capitol.

Depression, melancholia

Delgado came out with a report on Tuesday showing that Aquino voluntarily sought psychiatric treatment when he was 19 years old while his father was detained at a military camp for political crimes.

The report said Aquino, then taking up Economics at Ateneo de Manila University, was found to be suffering from depression and melancholia.

“The patient has complained of hostility, anger and being openly punitive,” said the report that was purportedly signed by Jesuit priest Jaime Bulatao, a psychology professor at Ateneo.

Bulatao and the Ateneo Department of Psychology that supposedly conducted the test on Aquino declared the report bogus.

Aquino said his critics were even spreading lies that he had a heart ailment or that he was suffering from epilepsy.

Faith in the public

“There’s really no more sense, rhyme or reason. We could have talked about our platforms, if they have one. Maybe they don’t,” he said.

Aquino said his critics might have learned their dirty tricks from Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels.

“He was the one who said something like ‘A lie repeated often enough might be [believed by] some [as the] truth,’” he said.

He said his political opponents were coming up with black propaganda “to create doubt [about his mental fitness] but I have faith in the public.”

Aquino said he never had Bulatao as a professor at Ateneo.

Escudero defends Aquino

Sen. Francis “Chiz” Escudero Wednesday dismissed the allegations that Aquino was mentally unfit to become President.

Escudero said that the second purported psychological exam on Aquino was just part of the mudslinging and character assassination that happen during the election period.

“Maybe they no longer have any other issue against Noynoy. That’s why they’re using this issue. But Noynoy has already addressed it and there is no longer any need to explain this again,” Escudero said in an interview.

He said Aquino could answer all the allegations because these were not true.

Escudero said that in the years that he had worked with Aquino, the senator did not show any disturbing behavior that would have raised concerns about his mental health.

“I would not be helping him and would not have endorsed him if these allegations were true,” he added.

Enrile vouches for Aquino

An unlikely defender of the LP candidate was Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile. Enrile is seeking reelection under former President Joseph Estrada’s Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino (PMP).

“Even if I’m from the PMP, let’s be fair with one another. I don’t think you can consider Noynoy mentally deficient, otherwise he would have shown that in his work as a senator of the country,” he said.

Enrile turned the tables on Aquino’s principal accuser, saying Villar could be the one suffering from a “physical problem.”

“Perhaps, he has atherosclerosis (building up of plaque in the arteries) because he’s been spending a lot of money yet more and more issues have been floating against him. And his ratings are going down. Of course, you will be stressed,” the PMP senatorial candidate said.

Last week, Estrada and Enrile presented documents purportedly showing that Villar had pressured the Securities and Exchange Commission and Philippine Stock Exchange officials into releasing the lock-up shares of his family’s Vista Land & Lifescapes Inc.

The public offering raised some P26 billion, P5 billion of which Villar is now using to fund his campaign, Enrile said. Villar has denied any wrongdoing.

Where there’s fire ...

Where there is smoke, there is fire, said presidential candidate Richard Gordon when sought for comment on Wednesday about the second psychiatric evaluation of Aquino.

Gordon said: “Why does it (the question on Aquino’s mental state) keep coming back?”

Gordon said he was willing to submit himself to a psychiatric test to show he is fit for the presidency, but he also challenged fellow presidential candidates to submit themselves to drug testing.

In Unisan, Quezon, Estrada told reporters that he had already submitted himself to a psychiatric exam.

“And I think I don’t need [one]. My wife is a psychiatrist. If there’s basis, I’m still willing to submit myself to a psychiatric examination,” said Estrada, a PMP’s presidential candidate.

Stress test, too

Villar and his running mate, Loren Legarda, renewed their call for all presidential and vice presidential candidates to take physical and psychiatric tests.

In separate interviews, they both agreed that the next president and vice president should be physically and mentally fit to accomplish many things in government with much more ease.

Legarda said that besides the “mental and physical stress tests,” the presidential and vice presidential candidates should be willing to “confess their habits—good or bad—to voters.”

Villar said everyone’s assumption was that candidates for higher office were “ready” to lead the country.

“You will be the commander in chief and it is necessary that we are physically and mentally prepared for the presidency,” he said. With reports from Christian V. Esguerra, Michael Lim Ubac, Edson C. Tandoc Jr. and Norman Bordadora

Health and Food / HOmemade Noodles
« on: April 10, 2010, 06:03:52 AM »

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my home made noodles

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gihimo'ng chicken noodle soup. gibutangan pod nako'g carrots ug udlot sa swiss chard.

note:  mas maayo pa palit nalang ug noodles kay pirte ka hago magbuhat noodles. ;D

Health and Food / Atsara, My Version
« on: April 10, 2010, 04:32:41 AM »
Nagbuhat ko'g Atsara two or so weeks ago.  Daghan naman gud ko'g ma harvest na fennel so I decided to pickle them.  I bought half of raw papaya kay mahal bya.  Half lang gani nakabayad ko'g almost 4 dollars!  

Nalimot ko'g hulagway sa shredded fennel pero mao ni itsura sa fennel:

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Mao ni ang gi shred na nako na half papaya:

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Gisagul nko ang shredded papaya and shredded fennel with other veges like carrots, peppers - red ang green:

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Gahimo dayon ko'g pickling brine- vinegar, salt, sugar, spices, herbs/aromatics:

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Viola!  Finish product:

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Special Dates and Events / Happy birthday, Candijaynon!
« on: March 23, 2010, 10:47:11 PM »
Hello Joan!  I am wishing you the happiest birthday ever and may you have a grace-filled birthday and the days to come!  God bless your whole family, too! 

Special Dates and Events / Happy Birthday, Koddi!
« on: March 06, 2010, 06:17:52 PM »
Happy birthday, Kods!  May you have more of God's blessings today and everyday of your life! 

Thank you for sharing your knowledge to us from farming/gardening to analyzing dreams and more!  And most of all, thank you for your friendship!   

Special Dates and Events / Happy birthday Lumine and Icel!
« on: February 18, 2010, 02:48:54 AM »
To my dearest sisters, Lumine and Icel, happy birthday!  May God continue to bless you always! Thank you for being such respectful and loving sisters!  I love you both very much!

Ate Ging

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