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Question and Answer / Re: Were you maldita/ maldito when you were young?
« on: November 27, 2012, 10:11:40 PM »
maginoo pero medyo bastos..8)

Advantage: Health Benefits
According to a study conducted by the Center for Disease Control from 1999 to 2002, married people had an advantage in nearly every health-related category over those who chose not to wed. Additionally, since the married population in this study were less likely to smoke, drink and be physically inactive, they also suffered less headaches, back pain and psychological distress. This statistical trend was consistently true for all age ranges, ethnicities and income levels of married couples.

Disadvantage: Health Concerns
While healthy marriages tend to result in healtier individuals, the opposite is also true. Those affected by bad marriages, divorce or the grieving process involved when a spouse dies experienced considerably lower health according to Web MD. Additionally, Web MD reports that even the best of marriages showed a concerning health trend regarding weight, particularly in males. For married men ages 45 to 64, three out of every four are overweight or even obese. By contrast, the slimmest groups in the study were men and women who never married.

Advantage: Financial Relief
Getting married results in the ability to file jointly during tax time, yielding lower rates for some filers. According to Investopedia, many areas of American tax laws are written to provide benefits to married couples, including saving for retirement. In addition to this tax break, married couples also have the opportunity to double their total income as well, meaning financially savvy couples who ensure the expenses do not double as well have a guaranteed financial advantage.

Disadvantage: Financial Burdens
Tom Van Riper of Forbes Magazine asserts that married couples are likely to spend the vast majority of their income just on living expenses, leaving almost no leftover funds for spending. While single people generally wait until their 40s to start saving for retirement, the married population starts earlier. Additionally, 77 percent of homeowners are married couples according to the Center for Politics, resulting in extra expenses like home insurance and household maintenance. The costs of saving for retirement and paying off a home combined with providing for children means that many marriages incur extra expenses single people can safely ignore.

Boxing and Boxers / Re: HBO 24/7 Episode 2 Pacquiao vs Marquez 4
« on: November 27, 2012, 09:58:21 PM »
notice at 25:15 marquez has really put himself some extra muscles for this fight. I will not be surprised at the weigh-in he will come in more ripped and bulked up.

Good reason for PAC to zero in for a KO of a much heavier Marquez.8)

Boxing and Boxers / Re: Boxer Hector 'Macho' Camacho dies
« on: November 27, 2012, 09:11:43 PM »

kining mo enter tag boxing dili jud hinoon lalim. tagsa ray mo sud ani without contemplating about getting an injury or even possible death. some had to gamble themselves to enter the brutal sport as a means of living.


Boxing and Boxers / Re: Boxer Hector 'Macho' Camacho dies
« on: November 26, 2012, 10:23:05 PM »
Before fighting Mancini, he said, “I never did nothing to the character. How can he dislike a good-looking guy like me? It's jealousy. He can't even be in the same room with me because he knows he can't beat me mouth-to-mouth.”

-By this statement alone you know the guy really knows his game by getting into his opponents nerves. and for hyping up a fight.

His style of dress is outlandish to make liberace look reserved. He wears enough jewelry to make Mr. T look like a man who only dabbles in accessories. It must be great fun to watch Camacho walk through a metal detector.”

-By playing dress-up coming into a fight, you know he's a performer, and really knows how to entertain people.

“You’d think the guy would be devastated, but 15 minutes after the loss, he was back in press row for the second fight of the HBO doubleheader, shaking everyone’s hands,” Caplan said. “Just a happy-go-lucky guy who loved people.”

-No doubt that Hector was a true sport. Totally outrageous in jubilation of a win, but equally humble in defeat.

“Oscar was winning a gold medal for his country, Macho was stealing one for himself. Oscar plays golf, Macho plays craps. He was a hyperactive child, and he's a hyperactive adult.

-becoming a world champion in the sport he loves has its moments that could change the lives of those around him. In fact the sport he loves too much translates what life was trying to imitate outside of it. He has fallen into the pit once, but eventually, breaking out the habit has taken a grip, that a tragedy like this could bring out the best of him, and unto his own grave.

Rest In Peace did not die in vain.

Boxing and Boxers / Re: Hatton knocked out in 9th round of comeback fight
« on: November 26, 2012, 09:47:03 PM »
Time for Ricky to really hang up those gloves for good. He himsself said for this comeback that he's trying to find out if he's still had it. I'm sure after this fight there'll be no excuses left for him to justify another comeback.

Except that devastating loss he had against Pacquiao, Ricky still deserves my enormous respect for bringing out the best in boxing, and fighting out only the best boxing could offer. His personal life has been for most a rough ride and a tough one to swallow, but nevertheless he snap out of it.

I just hope that Ricky will focus more on his loved ones, enjoy his retirement, and thank God that a talent like him graced the sport of boxing with so much dedication that only a few will come out raising their hands in triumph in the battles of life.

Godspeed Ricky "The Hitman" Hatton..

It is quite irresistible to make an argument about what God can and cannot do. but be that as it may, with God all things are possible.

I may have to stick with my appraisal though that Mary is first and foremost a human being. That she underwent what the rest of us feel and go through in the rigorous biological process called life. It is only when God intervened that her life was exalted, but i believe that God is a reasonable God. He won't take away what Mother Mary was as a human being from the outset. Regardless of what God can do, he won't do something like a magician's trick to make a fool of ourselves into thinking that Mary was a product from heaven and all of these was already a hatch out plan from the beginning.

With all due respect sir, i can see how well versed you are with regards to Mary, Mother of Jesus our saviour. I for one don't go against for most of what has been said about mary which is justifiable in every sense of the word. What preoccupies my thought with great interest is the fact that Mother Mary was first and foremost a human being,and because she came from this world and not from heaven. I don't take issue in the fact that she deserves special mention and favor from God because she was chosen to bore the child Jesus. but we cant take away the fact that she has still that human element in her in bearing the child Jesus. Granting that she has the blessing from God, she still can't escape the fact that she undergoes what other human beings undergo when it involves the child bearing process.

Health and Food / Re: Importance of Eating Breakfast
« on: November 23, 2012, 11:54:12 PM »
morag dili naman uso ang breakfast ron. some of us will go to our daily tasks without even giving importance of having a decent breakfast.

ang uban kontento sa coffee, bread and some eggs, which is good, kay sa wala juy sud ang tiyan.

Sometimes we are fed with the wrong analysis the church had imposed upon us that we are inclined to believe that everything is true to their liking. Mother Mary like all of us, first and foremost is a human being. conceiving our Lord jesus christ, she undergoes the same process that a woman is about to give birth, technically speaking she bore out Jesus from her womb, so she must go the process of labor to bring out the child jesus from her womb. On this case she is no longer a virgin.

The church only depicts the "Virgin" on mother mary to indicate that she was chosen to bore our Lord Jesus Christ which is a great distinction. But nevertheless the virgin in her as a human being that undergoes the child bearing process doesn't apply to her anymore. So in this case the church, disregards the human frailty that Mary has as a human being, and put her on a pedestal to proclaim her as a "Virgin pure in chaste" in conformity of which the grounds dictate in everything which is holy.

Health and Food / Re: Do you use MSG in your food?
« on: November 23, 2012, 10:28:06 PM »
No wonder almost all of these chinese restaurants are flourishing because of this one  type of ingredient that they can live without in their cooking regimen. Add to that is that filipinos are getting too lazy to make time to cook so we venture to ready-to-eat food items laced with MSG, unmindful of its ill effects that will harm our body.

Question and Answer / Re: Are all religions equal?
« on: November 23, 2012, 10:11:26 PM »
Nganong moingon man ka nga pareha ang verse sa Koran with that in the Bible? Even if there are some underlying verses in the koran that were derived in the bible, that doesn't make any sense to surmise that they are one in the same. These two faiths alone are two opposite sides of the coin.[/font]

Question and Answer / Re: Are all religions equal?
« on: November 23, 2012, 08:51:56 PM »
No such thing as religion being equal to another's faith one is practicing. No better way of getting into a religion, but no matter how anyboby sees his religion as being superior to other religions, it is in the way how you practice your faith.

If your faith is as strong as you have believed that God really exists, that represents all the good things promised in heaven. then religion would have not even matter in its categorical name.

Nowadays, we can speak of our own religions and be proud of it, but nonetheless the devil will always draw away people from their beliefs and that's why every religion basically has been corrupted in some way or another.

Philippine Provinces / Re: NBI agent napusilan patay
« on: November 23, 2012, 06:18:53 AM »


That he stop drinking his own pee......;D

Boxing and Boxers / Re: Manny Pacquiao vs Marquez 4 HBO 24/7 Episode 1
« on: November 23, 2012, 05:58:09 AM »
I don't know about these fight, but i think it's all about the money now. I just hope that Manny thinks otherwise, and if he wants to redeemed himself so badly then this is the only fight that will turn around his boxing career of what has been a poor showing of his last two fights recently.

Manny should realize that there is no turning back. All this talk about knocking out Marquez the fourth time he should take it seriously, because it is the only way no matter where you put it, that all these controversy hounding their last three fights claiming that each fighter won the fight must end once and for all.

Boxing and Boxers / Re: Miguel Cotto vs Trout Prediction
« on: November 23, 2012, 05:29:09 AM »
I think Trout has never faced someone like Miguel Cotto. But as they say one punch can change it all. Austin Trout definitely has the right credentials to put his name on the line against one of boxing's elite like Miguel Cotto.

Miguel Cotto by TKO. :)

kung ano pa ang bawal, dun pa lalong sumasarap..buhay nga naman.

unsay kahay nasud sa utok sa fashion designer ani nga this is not a form of fashion already. wala na juy laing ma huna-hunaan just to get some hits.

Fashion Trend / Re: The return of harem pants
« on: November 21, 2012, 06:31:00 AM »
I should say that this harlem pants are inspired by the east of early civilizations dating back from the japanese era were the code of the samurai rules.

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