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Pulong Bisaya / Re: *Dulot Sa Amay*
« on: January 31, 2011, 12:05:30 PM »
Sure ko nga di sa Bohol na nga idiom.
Pero makasabot ta ana.
Una ang pulong dulot, gimugbo na sa Bohol. ang atong common term ana, Du't (Minugbo sa dulot) which tells us this is cebuano or corrupted Boholano, kay?
Amay is not much of a noun in Bohol, unless you consider Amay Bisaya as a noun. What is perhaps present and understood word in the rural areas like hinterlands of Loon is "amay-amay." 
Amay-amay as to them is that deepest part of the muscle that "seeps into the marrows"
On this context: Du't sa amay [amay] can be understood as an idiom which means to the core of its essence. 

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Cortes - Bohol / Re: Developing Tourism in Cortes, Bohol
« on: January 31, 2011, 11:37:23 AM »

Hahah, ijara ko bay. hehehe

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Cortes - Bohol / Re: Reasons You Love Cortes
« on: January 31, 2011, 11:35:48 AM »
1. Pink nga munisipyo
2. Pink nga eskwelahan
3. Pink nga merkado
4. Pink tanan barangay hall
5. pink pud ang CR luyo sa merkado
5. Pink ang material recovery facilities
6. Pink ang bag-ong multicab
7. Pink ang garbage truck nga nahugno kay gikargahan sa pink nga makina sa tubig nga gibaligjag way bidding sa pink nga mga opisyal
8. Pink ba to ang center? Basta ang punoan sa mga kahoy sa plaza, Pink
9. Pink, apil ang planters box sa simbahan
10. Pink slips are showing everywhere. Pretty in PinQ hehehe

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LGU Philippines / Re: Miriam wants politicians to pass IQ test
« on: January 31, 2011, 11:23:58 AM »
Its not just the elected politicians, even the electing polity should strive to earn a bit of EQ and IQ.

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LGU Philippines / Re: NFA chief pressed to file raps vs. GMA, Yap
« on: January 31, 2011, 11:21:34 AM »
Para nako, there is so much nga wala mahisgoti dinhi.
NFA's mandate is to provide cheap rice even if it has to lose. It cant even go break even price.
Ikaduha, open public auctions for rice import supplies vary every cropping year, so prices cant be taken as bulk. Ask any farmer og mabuhi ba silag tag P17 and kilo sa rice? Ang PAMALAKAYA may well look into the economy of fish price too, and address the issue, filing cases to ordinary fishermen because they sell high is just as stupid.
Ikatulo, we may have to rethink our positions on news about over importation, as Banayo has also said they are importing this month about 1/3 of the rice imported during GMA term. (This is barely the end of the first quarter and we are importing 1/3? Will that make an importation of 1/3 more than GMA term imported?
I would rather keep my two-cents worth and be mum until i can understand the issues better.   

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LGU Philippines / Re: Aquino criticized for buying luxury sportscar
« on: January 31, 2011, 11:09:44 AM »
Right to enjoy, nobody gives a damn about one enjoying the fruits of his 'labor' (which is another debatable issue brewing for a president who works only from 10 to 6 while an ordinary government worker is mandated to be available 24/7 and that's as a public servant.
The issue however is modesty.
If he has not the modesty to accept he cant be president without thinking about it thoroughly, he should have the modesty to stash his millions they squeezed from the poor farmers of hacienda luisita until he finishes his term, if he does.
You cant flaunt what may not be yours, di ba? peace

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LGU Philippines / Re: Aquino criticized for buying luxury sportscar
« on: January 19, 2011, 04:01:54 PM »
For me, theres something bland about a third-hand Porsche a president buys.
The thing is, in all modesty, Facebook developer and multi billionaire who slaves himself lives in a rented two storey house in CA. He only has a Honda Acura to ply the wides streets of America, regardless of his wealth.
For a president whose working day starts at 10 and ends at 6, he needs no fast car.
For need of a horsepower maybe, (he's definitely not working like a horse and his power slowly erodes daily) PNoy needs that Porsche, but hes got to buy the NLEX or the whole Carmona circuit for his playground to let him unleash the car's brute power.
Manila's traffic is outrageously damned, gas rates are murderous and a third hand Porsche may well be more than its published buying rate considering storage and shipping costs to the Philippines. 
For every Filipino who gawk at the car as it zooms even without the "kwangkwang" preceding it is just another poor insult to the country's Filipinos. I mean, real Filipinos.

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General Topic / Re: Panty Sako sa Harina?
« on: August 05, 2010, 12:52:18 PM »
Kay way ytnapay diha Bay? hehehe

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General Topic / Re: Nganong Wala Nay Naggamit ug Hungot?
« on: August 05, 2010, 12:40:47 PM »
Ang mas labaw nga mak-adik ana, ang salaan nga gigamit sa pagsala sa tungog. Kon kadtong inilisang ytnap, dali ra kaajo mobahal ang tuba. Kon bag-ong nilabhan, dugay mokisum.
Mao nga manawagan kos mga naay makapabaha og dali sa tuba, hurot na tawg ka punggak ang akong tig-gamit, oki ra kog ilisan na.

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Bohol Latest News / Teatro Abatan
« on: August 05, 2010, 12:28:47 PM »
 Junction: the venue for
Teatro Abatan launch

Dusk is usually dark at the river in Junction, Cortes where the saltwater meets and mingles with the fresh water from its headwaters.

But with a theatrically lit set and few tricks, the riverbank village center takes a magical look with spotlights beaming and heightened anticipation brought by the higantes joining the spectators for the formal launching of Teatro Abatan, July 22.

Teatro Abatan, a collection of community theaters from Cortes, Maribojoc, Antequera, Balilihan and Catigbian would unite to empower people, in a larger than life mission using the area’s rich culture and heritage as the source of power against oppressive poverty.

Teatro Abatan takes its name from the venue where the sea and fresh water meet. It also sits as the fitting venue for the Teatro Abatan’s weekly fare of plays and cultural numbers in a dinner theater concept.

Dignitaries from the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), the as well as arts and culture workers from all over Bohol and the country trooped down to the center for the Bohol Day capping activity July 22.

The Abatan Main Village Center is hub to the Abatan River Community Life Tours.

While there are plans to convert the center into a venue for an evening theater featuring community collectives along the tour circuit’s five towns, developing the software component of the plan takes on a bigger dare, agrees Teatro Abatan creative director Gardy Labad.

The center also feature shops selling souvenir items handcrafted by the communities of Cortes, Maribojoc, Antequera, Balilihan and Catigbian. These towns are also the venue for cultural interactions during the tours.

As daylight dimmed, the center slowly flooded itself with lights as activity builds up with the arrival of the guests.

Amid the flurry of the performers putting on the touches in their make-ups and costumes, the arriving guests took to the village center shops to get souvenirs and help the communities. 

The national Anthem and the Bohol Hymn completed the opening reassertion of the country and Bohol’s strong cultural heritage as the Loboc Children’s Choir rendered the patriotic hymns.

The Punta Cruz Cultural Collective soon took the makeshift stage for the Pambansang Dalangin as expressing the country’s solidarity with the entire world in the global fight against corruption.

And just as everyone was about to mellow with the danced prayer, the innocently angelic Loboc Children’s Choir shared to the audience defining magic of music and songs in a culture of a people and place.

With the night’s appetizers priming the artistic palate, stage soon came alive and aglow with the home-cooked featured snippets of performances presented by the Cortes, Lincod Maribojoc, PuntaCruz Maribojoc, Balilihan and Catigbian Cultural Collective in front of an assemblage of the guests. 

Cortes Cultural Collective helped people recall the fading and hazy memory of the life and exploits of Wadje and the community at the mouth of Abatan. A tale of empowerment and love of home, Cortes’ dance drama succulently presents the river tour’s value in protecting home and country.

The same taste is carried on by Tawag sa Bantawan: PuntaCruz’s rendition of the tale behind the historic watchtower done in the classical southern Philippines’ pangalay.

The homey themes unity against threats in life are done in artistic monologues retelling a 17th century Malabojoc and how it prepared against the piratical raids. 

The joie de vivre of Lincod’s community life showcase in a dance reveals a community’s inter-connectedness with the creation. Celebrating the mangrove resources along the Abatan is a recurring theme in the circuit’s day tours.

Antequera’s Abatan ni Tamblot musicale showcases the artistry of a community who dexterously weaves a life story in a play that baskets it all: Tamblot and the olden civilization of people celebrating nature at its best, and poised at the brink of a crisis when made to choose between two life-changing options.

Catigbian’s realistic comedy attempts to satire at the way some communities view poverty while presenting a simple solution in a twist.

Balilihan, a town that keeps by its bosom a tradition of the rural Bohol succeeded in initiating the audience into the life’s rituals of a Boholano and paused no beat to engaged the audience in a kuradang that moved the festive center into one wriggling body in communion with selves and the mystical environment.
 
And as if it were not enough, next come-on was a fluvial parade of the puppets which peaked with a spectacular fireworks display that lit the village center’s sky.

At the peaking excitement, a memorandum of agreement between UNESCO and Bohol was signed to signify cooperation in supporting and developing the initiatives of the river management as spearheaded by the Teatro Abatan.

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Kris' character is really like that. Amiable. Aw amo-able diay, meaning tanang iyang mahimong angkonon, iyang angkonon, labi nag mopabukad sa iyang ego.
(Di ba boy? D mo pansin bago ang shoes ko!)
Somethings not right with her, i see.

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Weird and Extreme / Re: Too Much Jer-jer Causes Pinay's Death?
« on: August 05, 2010, 11:40:27 AM »
Nah, ikaw isunod ana kay manimaws baya na, usa pa, grabe ang israeli soldiers. 1:4 sila sa us marines. Maayo na mo helikopter.
nyak-nyak

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LGU Philippines / Re: BOHOL POLITICS; ALLIES NOW BITTER RIVALS
« on: February 16, 2010, 05:23:37 PM »
Nat, i think being a pro-Chatto or Anti-Chatto is not a concern of the newswriter?
Here, getting to the facts matter, If the facts lie, that because the writer has follishly strayed from his oath of impartiality. Can you say that to the writer?
Just asking...

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LGU Philippines / Re: Edgar Chatto vs Julius Caesar Herrera in 2010
« on: February 10, 2010, 09:02:21 PM »
That we can easily tell bisan diri ra sa thread. Nobody is a saint here, even Christ may not win in elections like ours.

The biggest question is, was it Chatto's personal money that he used to buy votes by bribing barangay leaders with cellphones? If it was, what would make other people earn cellphones from Edgar's personal pocket and waht makes every TB denizen ineligible?

But it may be different if the cellphones may indeed come from, i fear the worst, the the pork barrel of the first district. whats his business using first district money for the second district thats not his concern?

Ask people from maribojoc or Antequera if their roads have been smoothened by the pork thats intended for them?

If indeed it was his personal money, by g***, God forbid, a Congressman who awakens with constituents begging for just anything coudn't be as rich, even if he owns the entire first flower avenue, whatdyou think?

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LGU Philippines / Re: Edgar Chatto vs Julius Caesar Herrera in 2010
« on: January 28, 2010, 12:16:42 PM »
It would have been a clear hands down Chatto victory had the last few months been running as normally as it should.

Now the situation with the massive betrayals and backstabbings alleged upon edgar, all to get him the edge despite his clear victory has tilted the balance dangerously against him.

In the first district for example, Edgar has made a tough enemy with DNL, one that could cost him some 30K votes, with the way DNL is campaigning. Tagb has 45K electors.

The DNL campign is: my slate my candidates. Top to bottom. And seemingly, puroks have been saturated with pro DNL sentiments, youd realize DNL purok visits are like basketball games where people bring monoblock chairs to get close to the mayor.

Baclayon and Maribojoc are no Edgar supporters, ask Mayors Toloy who has lost Jovie Lapiz due to alleged stringpulling and pressures by EMC. Alvin may also have problems with Edgar goading Bene Uy to run, and the projects LGU Baclayon and EMC is implementing now would show how far a Congressional million would go compared to an LGU Implemented project.

Dauis is sure tough for Edgar who has devised an easy plan to win, but the plan backfired when the opposition realized the deal was in for a solo Edgar candidate. Now its a huge problem thaty maigh cost the Ebojos.

Catigbian is classic. Edgar's alleged betrayal for BertSal earned him the whole Catigbian's ire, execpt of course one or two or 22 barangay chairmen who plays for EMC   

A boiling pot may be expected with antequera and double dealings there. One that could be disastrous to a clearly Tatay Billy manhandled town.

Loon may be in for Chatto, but Herrera has links, Bertsal traces his roots in loon, Glovasa, A DNL Congressional candidate also is from Loon, and the Lopez Clan is still dib\vided, last that i know.

Tubigon, Cortes, Panglao and Albur may be equalizers but past election sentimesnt seem to be anti EMC.

Most mayors in these towns have not been as clear but one is a former DOLE bigwig and Herrera was a labor lawyer. Another is an anti EMC advocate though he plays it cool, lest his Lakas funding gets to somebody elses campaign kitty like what happened last time.

Second district is aboil and EBA is still hurting although the old politician is too good to admit it in piblic that the hurt affected him. A Cajes Aumentado LAKAS-LAKAS competition may be in for a big vote slash against Chatto, the provincial Lakas head.

More? umm, unya na laman sunod pohon uy. 

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Bohol Latest News / Re: 10th Ubi Festival in Bohol Philippines
« on: January 28, 2010, 11:51:14 AM »

For the past ten years sad, pirmi lang ang provincial government panghatag ug binhi, apan wala jud ta kakita, o gipakita kon duna bay substantial increase sa produksyon sa ubi.

Ngano?

Kay kon ang hunahuna sa mga tawo nga naa sa kagamhanan, kanang pagpanguma katapusan gihapon sa ilang prayopridad, wa lang gihapon tay tsans.

Tiaw mo bay, mas daghan pa ang gipanghatag nga scholarship grants, pananglit sa CPG scholarships sa blue collar jobs. Nan kinsa man tawoy ganahan mopaskwelag dakug gasto, way klaro kita?

Mao man gani, kon padak-an pa sa kagamhanan ang incentives sa manguma, (di kay binhi ra kay way hinungdan na, human sa usa ka tinghungity, wa na) mahimo sa kagamhanang gam-on nga ang panguma nas piskay pag sweldo ug mas dako pag kita sa mas way hago nga taga opisina.

Ingna kog botbot u\og di na mogaya nang ubi.

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Bohol Directory / Re: Tamblot, Miracle Man
« on: September 25, 2009, 05:19:52 PM »
There is an attempt to immortalize the conquests of Tamblot in a Musicalle Lihok Bohol is developing for Antequera segment of the Abatan Community Life Tours.

The play on on its final stages, uses local talents and has Loboc compoasers.

It also attempts to see Tamblot in the light of the community

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Sugod nag baha sa Bohol.

Tanang Barangay Captains gihatagag cellphones kay aron sajun ra ifeedback ug kinsay palitonon.

Isunod na pud ana ang tanang Barangay Kagawads, (kay botante man pud na sila) Texttext na lang pud ta ini ron.


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Bohol Tourism | Bohol Travel & Tour / Re: The Churches in Bohol
« on: August 24, 2009, 09:50:59 AM »
Very true Koddi.

In fact, that gracious forward bulge of the puerta mayor is the highlight of the baroque architecture.

Loon Church is probably the only church in Bohol that was built as religiously according to the way it was planned, its completely perfect.
 

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General Topic / Re: PRO and Amateurs Photography 101
« on: August 24, 2009, 09:46:25 AM »
i guess the bulbs busted, or something, like i did manual deployment, and it sort of drained my entire battery load. huhuhu

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