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Love Talk / Re: An Open Love Letter for an Unknown Woman
« on: June 17, 2010, 11:44:16 AM »
dear TIGkagud,

buot lang nakong ipaabot kanimo ang gisulti ni kaguran.  diri lang siya nako nikumpisal agi ug gitawag natong kauwaw kay tuod shy girl man ni siya ('little shy girl/ i'd like to make you my girl/ but each time i try/ to catch your eye/ you always look away...')

gibati sad siyag kamingaw nimo, TIG, gibatig kahidlaw, gibatig kahigwaos, labi na sa iyang pagduda nga di ra siya maoy imong makaguran, masakyan, ug matadtaran.

sultihi lang ko kun tinuod ba o di kining tanan niyang pagduda aron akong ipaabot kaniya ang kamatuoran.  alimahan ko kining imong ikumpisal.  himoon ko kining sikretong bulawan nga ang kamahal sama sa golden buddha ni kanhing presidente marcos.  way laing makahibawo gawas sa kapupod-an sa pilipinas.

nagpaabot sa imong pagkamatinud-anon,


p.s.  unsa?  japanese-made na karon imong kaguran?

Love Talk / Re: An Open Love Letter for an Unknown Woman
« on: June 17, 2010, 11:33:08 AM »

mao-mao ra man tingali na.  kanyahay ra gimingaw si TIGkagud. ;D


you're welcome, lorenzo.

let's simplify things for better understanding of what this thread is all about before we get too garbled and before there is more mention of what subjects one had taken or how one had stumped his college instructor.  since this is all about similarities and differences, here goes:

symbols:  christianity - the cross
              judaism      - the star of david
              islam         - the star and crescent 

origin of the name:  christianity - from the greek 'christos' (anointed), referring to jesus christ
                  judaism     - from the hebrew 'yehudim' (judah)
                            islam        - from the arabic 'submission', also the arabic salaam (peace)

followers (2006 estimates):  christianity - 2.1 billion
                                       judaism     -  14 million
                                       islam         - 1.3 billion     
p.s. i can slowly, in installments, post the similarities and differences of these three major religions and try my best to simplify them, that is, i won't flood this thread with data in one go.  however, for those interested in comparative religion and have the leisure for research, a good internet source (among many) is

the study of comparative religion, to my mind, helps us traverse the paths of our biases.  it could help us understand why we're not really too different in our faiths.  i can't imagine delving into similarities and differences just to prove other religions wrong.     

we all wish to go to heaven though we take different paths.


sorry, ms da binsi.  but women are not really as underdogs there as the west perceives.

Product Reviews / Re: Levi's vs Lee
« on: June 16, 2010, 10:52:42 PM »

oops, unsay imong pagtoo?  you have the monopoly of boils?

Product Reviews / Re: Levi's vs Lee
« on: June 16, 2010, 10:51:20 PM »

di na lang ko molalis sa inyong kasinatian, mga hinampak mong mga bugalbogalon.  adto na lang ko sa leevi's, the best of both worlds.

Product Reviews / Re: Levi's vs Lee
« on: June 16, 2010, 10:49:24 PM »

ha?  moliki na lang atong nawong, ang levi's dili pa?

Facts and Trivia / Re: Your Last Word Is Mine!
« on: June 16, 2010, 10:47:09 PM »

gikutasan na ko diri sa kalawom sa kagabhion
momata pa ra ba gyod kog sayo sa kabuntagon
ms da binsi, gikan diri mo-goodnight una ko
hangtod sa manamilit pag-usab ako kanimo.

Question and Answer / Re: Who is your favorite actor?
« on: June 16, 2010, 10:39:31 PM »

abat gyod ka, bai hubs, botoy ba nimo oy.  kalizhod ani pag-pronounce nga name.  kay lizhod man, lizhod sad himoong pinaborit.  mora man sad nig si fido dido nga i-french--- fideoux dideoux. 


sorry, statesville, but i beg to disagree with this statement (not necessarily with you).  one group of the so-called philistines did come from crete, at around 1190BC; most of these groups of philistines are of mediterranean and greek origin. 

the current palestinians are descendants of abraham as the israelis--- a more apt and current term instead of 'jews'--- are descendants of the same patriarch.  (that makes israelis and palestinians blood relatives in the strict sense of the word.)

lineage aside, if we say that these 'philistines' need to go back to crete (it's not a country but a mediterranean island that is part of greece), they who have settled in gaza for more than a thousand years before christ, surely you will find it unthinkable if present americans (the whites, for purposes of this discussion) are deemed to need to go back to their countries of origin in europe because america belongs to native americans.  unthinkable, right?  to think that white americans started settling in the new world only in the 1500s after christ while the 'philistines' settled in the currently named palestine for more than a millenium before christ.

of note in these current times is that palestinians hold titles to the land and their houses that are bulldozed to make way for israeli settlements.  any country will go to war if this is done to its people.         


yes, but not in our lifetime.

Love Talk / Re: An Open Love Letter for an Unknown Woman
« on: June 16, 2010, 09:21:15 PM »

dear kaguran,

nahinumdom ka pa ba, sa unang panahon sa imong kabatan-on, nga hait pa intawon ang imong abilidad sa pagkagod sa mga timgas nga lubi?  karon intawon, sa imong katigulangan, gipanamastamasan na lang ang imong pagkapundol, ang imong taya, ang imong bukobuko nga gihimo pa gyod nga tadtaran.   palihog, ayaw buhii ang imong dignidad bisag malanay pa ang kalibotan.  akong gikasubo ang imong gidangatan.

makanunayong mounong,     



if ever i would leave you
it wouldn't be in summer
seeing you in summer
i never would go
your hair streaked with sunlight
your lips red as flame
your face with the luster
that puts gold to shame.

Product Reviews / Re: Levi's vs Lee
« on: June 16, 2010, 08:57:16 PM »

unsay pagtoo nimo nako, morag hubag?

Product Reviews / Re: Levi's vs Lee
« on: June 16, 2010, 08:12:17 PM »

na, hala, simhot ug balanghoy, bai bugs.

Product Reviews / Re: Levi's vs Lee
« on: June 16, 2010, 08:09:41 PM »

dinhi ka morag nisipyat.  balanghoy akong gisipit, dili kamote.

Product Reviews / Re: Levi's vs Lee
« on: June 16, 2010, 10:51:27 AM »

mahimo baya.  suwayi gud. ;D

way samin-samin, bai hubs.  mobasa lang ko sa tanan nimong posts, makuha na nako ang hulagway.  naguhit sa tanan nimong mga pinulongan, bai hubs.  piz pod!


all three are monotheistic, all three are abrahamic, all three share prophetic traditions, and all three started in the middle east.

Product Reviews / Re: Levi's vs Lee
« on: June 15, 2010, 11:29:10 PM »

pasayloa lang gyod ko, bai vhinz, kay pareha tang nasayod nga ang gitabunan aning mga hipster pants may-ong may-ong sa baba sa imong avatar.


kalooy sa kahoy nga gisab-itan sa imong work room, bai hubs.  bilib gyod hinoon ko sa imong dream house.  human ka mo-welcome sa mga bisita ug 'dayon mo', sundan dayon nimo ug 'naog mo diri', unya mosaka diay sila sa first floor nga tua sa taas.

your house needs special items.  mga baso, better nga nagtuwad.  libog lang kog unsaon ang inodoro. 

Question and Answer / Re: Who is your favorite actor?
« on: June 15, 2010, 11:08:43 PM »

robert deniro.  i can't help it.  he looks like my husband. 

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