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Philippine Business News / News On Swine Flu - H1N1
« on: May 02, 2009, 09:13:42 AM »
51 H1N1 flu infections confirmed in Canada
(Updated Fri. May. 1 2009 7:31 PM ET)

Alberta and New Brunswick were among five provinces to confirm new H1N1 flu infections on Friday, the same day that the total number of Canadian cases jumped to 51.

Four new confirmed cases of the H1N1 flu in the Toronto area have pushed the total number of infections in Canada to 51.

This is in addition to 13 other new cases reported across Canada on Friday.

Alberta's chief medical health officer confirmed the presence of two more H1N1 cases in Calgary, where two additional women are sick with the virus, previously known as swine flu.

Dr. Andre Corriveau said one of the women had recently travelled to Mexico, the other to Tennessee.

Earlier on Friday, New Brunswick's chief medical officer, Dr. Eilish Cleary, confirmed that a woman in her 20s had a mild case of the virus, previously known as swine flu.

"In terms of severity of illness, she did not need to be hospitalized," Cleary told reporters. "We have no reason to believe that our case is putting anyone at risk based on what we know about the duration of symptoms."

Cleary added that the case is "not any worse and maybe even better then the regular flu we see."

It marks the first confirmed case in the province. 

By early Friday afternoon, B.C. had reported an additional four cases of the flu and Nova Scotia reported another six.

B.C. Premier Gordon Campbell said all 15 people with H1N1 in his province were either recovering, or already recovered, from the flu.

But he said he expects the number of B.C. cases to rise, some of which may turn out to be fatal.

All of Canadians who have fallen ill from H1N1 so far have suffered only mild symptoms, and none have died as a result of the flu.

On Friday, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said he believes Canadians are concerned, but not panicked, about the spread of the H1N1 flu.

He told reporters in Edgeley, Sask., that Canadian health officials are working in a co-ordinated manner to keep track of the flu and deal with the outbreak.

The presence of H1N1 in Canada was officially confirmed last weekend.

Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq announced at a Friday afternoon news conference that the government would be placing ads in Saturday newspapers to raise public awareness of the flu.

(CTV news)

Photos Unlimited / World's Biggest Cave Passage Found
« on: May 02, 2009, 08:06:24 AM »
World's Biggest Cave Passage Found?

(April 30) - A group of cavers exploring the Vietnamese jungle say they've come across the world's biggest cave entrance.

The massive passage, which measures 656 feet high and 492 feet wide, was found by a British-Vietnamese caving team this year in the country's Nha-Ke Bang National Park, according to a report in The Sun newspaper.

A 13-member British-Vietnamese expedition, assisted by representatives from the Hanoi University of Science, found what could be the world's biggest cave, above, in Vietnam's Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park.

The newly uncovered Hang Son Doong -- or Mountain River Cave -- appears to be almost twice as large as the current record holder, Malaysia's Deer Cave, which is 328 feet high and 295 feet wide.

"It is a truly amazing sized cave and one of the most significant discoveries by a British caving team," said Adam Spillane, a member of the 13-person expedition. The cave, according to Spillane, was originally located in 1991 by a local man named Ho Khanh.

"Khanh has been a guide for the team in many expeditions to the jungle to explore caves and this year he took a team to the cave which had never been entered before by anyone including local jungle men," he said. (AOL)

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Music and Video / One-Hit Wonders In Music
« on: May 02, 2009, 07:33:36 AM »
voted as Number 1 one-hit wonder according to VH1 in 2002

Manny Pacquiao Meets Former President Bill Clinton
Fri, 01 May 2009

4/29/09,Las Vegas,Nevada --- Manny Pacquiao (r), boxing's No. 1 attraction and pound for pound kingpin, met with former President Bill Clinton last night at the Four Seasons Hotel at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. President Clinton wanted to personally wish Pacman good luck before he challenges junior welterweight champion Ricky Hatton. Pacquiao vs. Hatton headlines The Battle of East and West, Saturday, May 2 at the soldout MGM Grand Garden Arena. The world championship extravaganza will be produced and distributed live by HBO Pay-Per-View, beginning at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT.

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Sports and Fitness / An Amputee At UFC...Binuang!
« on: April 29, 2009, 08:38:27 PM »

Bible Study / Oh, My God
« on: April 29, 2009, 08:13:50 AM »

Showbiz & Celebrity / Hollie Steel - Brit's Got Talent New Sensation
« on: April 28, 2009, 08:25:40 PM »

World Daily News / 9/11 Again? Oppps..NO!
« on: April 28, 2009, 11:05:33 AM »
Planes Create 'Total Panic' in Manhattan

NEW YORK (April 27) - One of the president's official planes and a supersonic fighter jet zoomed past the lower Manhattan skyline in a flash just as the work day was beginning Monday. Within minutes, startled financial workers streamed out of their offices, fearing a nightmarish replay of
Some Manhattan residents got a brief scare Monday morning when a Boeing 747, above, and a military jet flew low over the city, causing alarm among people near ground zero. It turned out the 747, which is used by the president, and the other plane were part of a government photo opportunity.

For a half-hour, the Boeing 747 and F-16 jet circled the Statue of Liberty and the lower Manhattan skyline near the World Trade Center site. Offices evacuated. Dispatchers were inundated with calls. Witnesses thought the planes were flying dangerously low.
But the flyover was nothing but a photo op, apparently one of a series of flights to get pictures of the president's airliner in front of national landmarks.

It was carried out by the Defense Department with little warning, infuriating New York officials and putting the White House on the defense. Even Mayor Michael Bloomberg didn't know about it, and he later called it "insensitive" to fly so near the site of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
The director of the White House military office, Louis Caldera, took the blame a few hours later. The airliner was a 747 that is called Air Force One when used by the president.

"Last week, I approved a mission over New York. I take responsibility for that decision," Caldera said. "While federal authorities took the proper steps to notify state and local authorities in New York and New Jersey, it's clear that the mission created confusion and disruption. I apologize and take responsibility for any distress that flight caused."

When told of the flight, President Barack Obama was furious, a White House official said on the condition of anonymity to discuss private conversations.

Still, federal officials provided few details and wouldn't say why the public and area building security managers weren't notified. They also wouldn't address why someone thought it was a wise decision to send two jets into New York City, all for a few photos with the Statue of Liberty as a backdrop.

An administration official said the purpose of the photo op was to update file photos of the president's plane near the Lady Liberty.

This official said the White House military office told the Federal Aviation Administration that it was updating file photos of Air Force One near national landmarks, such as the statute in the New York harbor and the Grand Canyon. The official requested anonymity to give more details than the official White House announcement.
An Air Force combat photographer took pictures from one of the fighter jets, administration officials said.

The photo op was combined with a training exercise to save money, according to another administration official who also spoke on condition of anonymity because she was not authorized to speak publicly about the behind-the-scenes discussions about the flight.

The FAA notified the New York Police Department of the flyover, telling them photos of the Air Force One jet would be taken about 1,500 feet above the Statue of Liberty around 10 a.m. Monday. It had a classified footnote that said "information in this document shall not be released to the public or the media."

"Why the Defense Department wanted to do a photo op right around the site of the World Trade Center catastrophe defies the imagination," Bloomberg said. "Poor judgment would be a nice ways to phrase it. ... Had I known about it, I would have called them right away and asked them not to."

NYPD spokesman Paul Browne said typically a flight like this would be publicized to avoid causing a panic, but they were under orders not to in this case. They regularly get requests for flyovers, but without secrecy restrictions.

The FAA also alerted an official in the mayor's office, but he didn't tell Bloomberg, who said he first learned about it when his "BlackBerry went off crazy with people complaining about it."
The Bloomberg official who was notified was Marc Mugnos, director of operations for the Office of Citywide Event Coordination and Management. Mugnos didn't immediately respond to questions about why he didn't tell the mayor; Bloomberg's spokesman Stu Loeser issued a statement saying: "He has been reprimanded and a disciplinary letter will be placed in his file."
Workers in lower Manhattan were stunned by what they saw.

John Leitner, a floor trader at the New York Mercantile Exchange Building, said about 1,000 people "went into a total panic" and ran out of the building around 10 a.m. after seeing the planes whiz nearby.
"We were informed after we cleared out of there," Leitner said. "I kind of think heads should roll a little bit on that."
Air Force spokesman Vince King said the "photo mission" involved one of two VC-25 aircraft. The aircraft is part of the Presidential Airlift Wing, based at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland.
The F-16 jet that flew alongside came from the D.C. National Guard's 113th fighter wing.
"This was a photo shoot. There was no need for surprise," Sen. Charles Schumer said. "There was no need to scare thousands of New Yorkers who still have the vivid memory of 9/11."
Associated Press writers Sara Kugler and Colleen Long in New York and Joan Lowy, Michael J. Sniffen, Phil Elliott and Anne Gearan in Washington, D.C., contributed to this report.

World Daily News / $1 Billion A Day For Stimulus
« on: April 28, 2009, 10:43:36 AM »
$1 billion A Day For Stimulus

The Obama administration has committed $75 billion in stimulus money in 10 weeks. So far $14.5 billion has been spent, mostly for Medicaid.

NEW YORK ( -- The federal government has made available more than $75 billion for stimulus projects in the 10 weeks since President Obama signed the $787 billion recovery package into law.

Not all of that money has hit the streets, however. So far, $14.5 billion has been spent, nearly all of it to help states cope with rising Medicaid costs.

A analysis of the program's financial reports shows how difficult it is to quickly inject billions of dollars into the economy. Experts interviewed said they are not surprised by the pace of spending, though they had mixed views on whether the effort would boost the economy.

"There's a natural tension between using taxpayers' money in a prudent way and getting the money out the door quickly," said Isabel Sawhill, a Brookings Institution senior fellow.

The massive recovery package was designed to stimulate the economy and create jobs, as well as assist states and people suffering from the recession by providing funding for education, Medicaid and other public services.

The federal government is now tasked with putting $499 billion to work in coming years. The remaining $288 billion consists of tax relief, the signature program of which, the Making Work Pay credit, began earlier this month.

The Obama administration says it is satisfied with the pace of spending and should meet its goal of making 70% of the funds available by September 2010. So far, about 15% has been committed.

"We're ahead of schedule and making steady progress," said Liz Oxhorn, a press secretary for Vice President Joe Biden, who is heading the recovery effort. "We're pleased."

Still, the funding must pass over several hurdles before the federal government considers it "spent."

Some dollars can flow relatively quickly through existing channels to the intended recipient, be it state and local governments, nonprofit agencies or private contractors. It's also easier to get funds for projects that were already in the works and just needed funding.

Other money, however, remains in federal agencies' hands waiting to be distributed. Many would-be recipients are still wading through all the recovery program's requirements or waiting for guidance from federal agencies before they put in requests.

Lastly, a significant amount of funding won't be made available until recipients either sign contracts or file grant applications. And in some cases, new programs must be created before the money can flow.

How one agency is spending the money

Take the Department of Health and Human Services, which is distributing $137 billion. It has made available nearly $29 billion to the states, who've claimed $13.3 billion as of April 17, according to an agency report.

Just under $13.2 billion has gone to states to help them pay for Medicaid services. That funding has been able to move so quickly because it was the first pool of money the federal government made available and it's being pumped through an established program. States have also received some funds for foster care and adoption assistance and for new community health centers.

But another $100 million for senior services -- such as nutrition programs at senior centers and Meals on Wheels -- is sitting unclaimed. States are in the process of requesting their share of the money as they figure out how to navigate the federal program and assess their needs back home.

And the $1 billion slated for prevention and wellness programs hasn't even been committed because the agency is still working out details, said spokesman Nick Papas. Specifics should be announced in early summer.

Meanwhile, the department is working to push more dollars out the door, Papas said.

"Recovery Act dollars are keeping community health centers open and helping care for more Americans in need," Papas said. "We continue to work quickly and carefully to distribute Recovery Act dollars in an open and transparent manner."

Does it need to be spent faster?

Handing out nearly $500 billion in a responsible manner is not easy, experts said.

"You can only spend so much money really fast," said Michael Ettlinger, vice president for economic policy at the left-leaning Center for American Progress.

He's expecting a flood of money to hit the streets once the states file their requests and grant applications. But that doesn't mean the recovery bill isn't having an effect. The economy is already being helped by the program's tax credits, though that spending is harder to measure, he said.

Because the weak economy is expected to linger, there's a benefit to doling out the recovery dollars slowly, said Sawhill, the Brookings economist. Though she's disappointed with the pace of spending so far, she understands why it takes time.

"The fact that the money is not being spent all in the beginning is not a bad thing, though you do want to stop the downward spiral," she said.

Other experts are skeptical as to whether the recovery program will help at all. Alan Viard, resident scholar at the conservative American Enterprise Institute, has questioned from the beginning whether constructing highways and bridges -- which the administration says will create lots of jobs -- will really stimulate the economy.

"I don't think the infrastructure spending is likely to spend out at a fast enough rate," Viard said.

Cars and Automotive / What Killed Pontiac (GM)
« on: April 28, 2009, 10:40:40 AM »
What killed Pontiac
GM pulls the plug on a brand credited with originating the muscle car.

NEW YORK ( -- The Pontiac car brand, once marketed as General Motors' "excitement division," will be killed off by the end of next year, the carmaker announced Monday.

The decision to shutter Pontiac was one of several aggressive steps GM spelled out in an updated survival plan Monday. The government has given the company until the end of next month to restructure and slim down in order to survive.

The new GM will focus on four core brands: Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac.

The fate of three other troubled lines -- Saturn, Saab and Hummer -- will be decided at a later date, GM said. They are likely to be sold off or shut down, while Pontiac will be shuttered.

Pontiac's problem was not sales, GM Chief Executive Fritz Henderson indicated during a conference call Monday. In 2008, Pontiac was the company's third-best selling brand behind Chevrolet and GMC and sold twice as many vehicles as Buick, a brand that will apparently survive the changes at GM.

The problem for Pontiac has been profitability. GM doesn't generally break out profits by brand, but Buick and GMC, which are sold in dealerships alongside Pontiacs, are more profitable, Henderson said.

"We didn't have a strategy that we were satisfied with that would allow us to win with the Pontiac brand," he said.
Roots in the 1950s

Pontiac's identity as a "performance" brand dates back to the late 1950s and early 1960s. Pontiac cars were designed with wider bodies for cosmetic reasons and the wheels were pushed out to match. This "wide-track" design became a selling point and was advertised as giving Pontiac cars a distinct cornering advantage over other cars.

The idea of Pontiac as a performance brand was solidified in 1964 with the creation of the Pontiac Tempest LeMans GTO. That car quickly evolved into the GTO and is often credited with creating a new class of American car, the muscle car.

"There was a time, a long way back now, when you knew exactly what Pontiac stood for," said Kevin Smith, editorial director for the automotive Web site

More recently, under vice chairman Bob Lutz, GM tried to revive Pontiac's image.

One strategy floated for Pontiac was to sell only, or mostly, rear-wheel-drive cars. That would have set it apart from other GM divisions, and most cars sold in America. Rear-wheel-drive is associated with performance brands like BMW.

Unfortunately, the 2004 model year reintroduction of the Pontiac GTO name on a performance coupe imported from Australia didn't result in big sales. So far, the Pontiac G8, a rear-wheel-drive four-door sedan also imported from GM's Australian Holden division, hasn't been a sales success either despite good reviews.

Pontiac's most popular products remain the G6, a decent but unexciting midsize car available as a sedan, coupe or convertible, and the Vibe, a small wagon shared with Toyota, which sells it as the Matrix.

Any plans to return Pontiac to the heavy-horsepower days of the 1970s ended as gas prices rose and Congress prepared stricter fuel economy rules for the industry.

In response to those pressures, GM quietly introduced the Pontiac G3, which had been sold in Canada only. Once again, Pontiac was selling a rebadged Chevrolet product, this time the Korean-built Aveo subcompact car.

Pontiac's lack of focus as a brand may finally have brought its demise, said Smith. "That's just death in a marketplace where there's so much competition and so much quality," he said.

Pulong Bisaya / For You...Dad (and Mom)
« on: April 27, 2009, 11:25:16 PM »
Mama, Si Papa
(ni Glacier_71)

hunong na
sa imong paghilak
pahiri na
ang imong mga luha, midagayday
sa samad sa akong kasingkasing, gihilab
sa mahaitong suwab sa kasakit
gumikan kay gilaksi na sad ikaw karon
sa mabangisong pangutana
kung hain na
si papa

kupkupon ko
ang imong mga panghupaw
sama kalawom ning kadlawon
apan sukmati ayaw kining iyang pangisip, milupad
ngadto sa nagkahanap nga panganod sa kalibog
ug sud-ongon na lang ang balatian, mikapaykapay
aron pagsakmit na sad ngadto sa wanang
kang papa

lakaw sa
ako na sad ang mosapnay
sa mabug-at nga palas-unon nakita
ko's iyang mga mata, miangkla 
sa kong mga abaga
ug balik ngari unya, mopaagas
kita sa mga luha
basin na lang matagbaw
kining gutom nga kangitngit, misakmit
sa tukbilong pangisip
ni papa

nitupad ako sa paglinkod
ako siyang gipangutana
kinsa ako? unsay akong ngalan?
nanghawid siya sa pisi
sa iyang panumduman
kalooy sa akong amahan, nakabuhi
ang iyang hugot nga kapyot
ug sa unang higayon natagak
ang mga pulong niya kanako
"ikaw si pedro, usa ka sundalo"
ug gihagkan ko
si papa

si papa
wa na nako makaila
ug nitubod, nidagayday ang mga luha sa
akong mga mata...

(Basin og nakadumdum ka karong adlawa, akong kinasingkasing pagtimbaya sa imong adlawng natawhan.)

World Daily News / New Seven Wonders Of The World
« on: April 26, 2009, 12:15:41 AM »
The New7Wonders organization is happy to announce that the following 7 candidates have been elected by more than 100 million votes to represent global heritage throughout history. The listing is in random order, as announced at the Declaration Ceremony on 07.07.07. All The Official New 7 Wonders are equal and are presented as a group without any ranking.

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The Pyramid at Chichén Itzá (before 800 A.D.) Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico

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Christ Redeemer (1931) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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The Roman Colosseum (70 - 82 A.D.) Rome, Italy

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The Taj Mahal (1630 A.D.) Agra, India

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The Great Wall of China (220 B.C and 1368 - 1644 A.D.) China

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Petra (9 B.C. - 40 A.D.), Jordan

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Machu Picchu (1460-1470), Peru

Love Talk / Humanap Ka Ng Pangit!!!
« on: April 26, 2009, 12:03:10 AM »
Why Do Beautiful Women Dig Imperfect Guys?

Apr 15th 2009
By Ann Kelly

Sure, lots of women may drool over pics of a shirtless Matthew McConaughey jogging on the beach. But that doesn't necessarily mean that's what they want to come home to. In fact, sometimes the quirkier, the better. Even the beautiful Jennifer Love Hewitt has come out to profess her love for geeks and funny guys.

We asked some real women to share why they prefer short, chubby or nerdy guys.

Lauren, 23, chubby chaser: "I'm not overweight, but am also not super-toned and tiny. If I were with this muscular, buff guy, I would feel self-conscious. I'm just more comfortable cuddling up with someone a little meatier. A confident guy with a few extra pounds is way more attractive than someone that is constantly concerned about his appearance."

Angela, 30, geek-lover: "My last boyfriend actually worked for The Geek Squad. I once dated a man that was really into comic books. He would go to the conventions and stand in line for hours to get autographs and stuff. It would be weird if he insisted I called him Clark Kent in bed. But it wasn't like that, it was just a hobby he was really into."

Tamra, 31, into short guys: "All my former boyfriends have been between 5"4 and 5"6. I'm only 5"1, so anyone taller than 5"7 can create problems. It hurts to look up to them when talking and it makes sex harder."

Sarah, 29, nerd fetishist: "Intelligence is really important and I'd rather date a guy that's obsessed with computers and books than a football fanatic. I mean, I wouldn't want to date a guy was glued to his computer 24-7. But I don't mind if he's a little socially awkward. I find the life-of-the-party type really annoying, so a guy that prefers quietly sitting back is perfect. "

Stephanie, 27, chubby chaser: "I like guys that have a little bit of a belly. There's just something cute about a small gut. A lot of the time chubby and funny go hand in hand. When a guy isn't classically hot and built like a Greek god, he has to develop his personality more. In the long run, I think it makes them better people."

Lisa, 28, into short guys: "Short to medium height is my thing. I like a more compact build, short and a little muscular, like Tom Cruise (not his crazy personality though!). I don't think height and self-esteem go hand in hand. I've met lots of secure short guys and none of them have had a Napoleon complex."

World Daily News / Chinese Man Shot 34 Times In Head With Nail Gun
« on: April 25, 2009, 09:53:09 AM »
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By The Associated Press

SYDNEY - Australian police appealed to the public Friday for help in solving the gruesome killing of a Chinese man who was shot 34 times in the head and neck with a nail gun before being dumped in a river.

Chen Liu's badly decomposed body was found in Sydney on Nov. 1, about two weeks after a friend reported him missing but police have yet to say whether they've identified any suspects.

New South Wales state police asked the public Friday to provide any information they may have about the case, releasing graphic X-ray images of the 27-year-old's skull to highlight the brutality of the crime.

"In 36 years, I've never seen a murder of this nature," Homicide Squad Supt. Geoff Beresford said.

"It's a particularly brutal and vicious murder and hence the reason we are seeking information from the public."

The 34 nails were found during a post-mortem examination of Liu's body and were located mainly in his skull. They were fired from an 85mm nail gun at close range, Beresford said. Police have not recovered the weapon.

"We certainly believe the nail gun is responsible for the death - there's no doubt about that," he said.

Police believe he Liu killed 12 days before his corpse was discovered.

Police are investigating associates of Liu, who also went by the name Anthony Liu, but said they have no evidence to suggest he was linked to any criminal group. They refused to say whether they've identified any suspects or persons of interest.

Liu arrived in Melbourne on a student visa from China in early 2000 and moved to Sydney, where he married for a short time and separated, police said. They declined to release any additional information about him, including whether any of his family members are living in Australia.

Weird and Extreme / Monks Going Green: A Beer Bottle Temple
« on: April 24, 2009, 10:18:51 AM »
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Look closely at this Buddhist temple in Khun Han, Thailand. Notice anything unusual? It's constructed of thousands of beer bottles. Buddhist monks used the discarded bottles to build the Wat Pa Maha Chedi Kaew temple, also called the "Temple of a Million Bottles."

Sports and Fitness / Remember Me?
« on: April 24, 2009, 10:11:25 AM »
one of the ugliest athletes of all time

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Anonymous Diary Blog / I Love This BED
« on: April 24, 2009, 05:08:09 AM »
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General Topic / When Should You Start Saving Money?
« on: April 21, 2009, 12:00:49 PM »
 ;D dugay na ko tablaho, wa jud koy alta... :'(

Pulong Bisaya / Ang Sipilyo
« on: April 19, 2009, 07:29:33 AM »
(ni Glacier_71)

akong sipilyo daan kaayo
nang luspad na gani og dinaro
bisan asa ako i-abot andam moserbisyo

ambot naa ba koy sakit
kay gusto man ko mobitbit
sa mga gamit angayan sa ngit-ngit

sama niining akong sipilyo
adlaw-adlaw manglimpyo
way reklamo bisan idosdos og maayo

bawog na kaayo ang mga balukag
mura'g mga balahibo nga kalkag
nagsinaw ang tumoy mura og hubag

akong sipilyo bisan walay brand
nanglagum na human sa pila ka bulan
daw sipilyo'ng gisipit-sipitan sa akong bugan

dili man tood siya maangay
kay murag gipabothan ang dagway
apan kung sipilyo hinlo, daghang baba malipay

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