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Im sorry peeps, i just cant get over that he is gone. As i can remember, i watched  this game just because MJ was performing at the Half time break of the game. I really dont watch superbowl but i did for whoever performs and its commercial ad.

I was really wondering why some people want him down after watching and listening to all his songs? WHY? i dont understand! What people didnt know that MJ was in the Guiness Book of records for being the only entertainer who donated the most to charities.

Here is MJ's most amazing Superbowl performance! Can you imagine how creative this guy was?This has never happen again.

Watch closely the INTRO...

What can you say the collaboration from the spectators!


Photos Unlimited / Are Crows The Smartest Bird Ever?
« on: July 09, 2009, 06:35:18 AM »
Source: Huffington Post

When making a list of "smart animals," crows probably wouldn't be at the top for most people. Jane Goodall made a splash in 1960 when she showed that chimps could make tools. Well move over furry friends, there's a new animal brainiac in town.


This video below shows an astounding feat by a New Caledonian crow. In an experiment conducted by behaviorists from the University of Oxford, a small bucket of food was placed inside a tube; the crow was unable to reach the bucket because of the length of the tube. She then picked up a short length of wire, and, after a few futile attempts to snag the bucket with it, bent the wire into a hook and lifted the bucket from the tube. What's more, the crow repeated the behavior in nine out of 10 subsequent trials.

If you want to read more:

As an animal lover and advocate,  I find this article very interesting! ;)

another video:

After Sarah Palin's Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Week she has announced she will be stepping down in a few weeks. In a press conference called minutes ago, Alaska's Governor Sarah Palin has announced she will not run for re-election and is stepping down as governor.

She had a brief statement. She took no questions.

Lt. Governor Sean Parnell will step in to the roll as governor at the end of the month.

Source: Huffington Post

PS> If you have time read this article from Vanity Fair, tingali nakabasa sad sha ani!

 ;D  ;D  ;D  ;)

Talk of the Town / Happy 4th of July America
« on: July 04, 2009, 01:38:27 AM »
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Talk of the Town / Pop Corn Telephone Portable Microwave
« on: July 01, 2009, 10:45:18 AM »
This is enlightening!!!!  This is probably what it does to our brain power - like putting your head in a microwave, eh?  Check this out!   And we're supposed to believe that cell phones are safe?
Click on the word 'POPCORN' below and watch.

 Now, what can you say about it???

Photos Unlimited / The Moon In Full
« on: June 30, 2009, 01:46:02 AM »
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1st Quarter

Philippine Business News / Billy Mays Dead At 50
« on: June 29, 2009, 03:34:07 AM »
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Remember this guy? He passed today too.

TAMPA, Fla. — Billy Mays, the burly, bearded television pitchman whose boisterous hawking of products such as Orange Glo and OxiClean made him a pop-culture icon, has died. He was 50.

more about him...

Talk of the Town / Cebu Inmates Tribute to Michael Jackson
« on: June 28, 2009, 12:14:31 AM »

CNN played this again ang again! :D

Music and Video / Dances With Wolves
« on: June 21, 2009, 01:02:06 AM »
what about this?

isnt it magnificently a sound of love and bravery?

Anonymous Diary Blog / Geisha Is Finally Home
« on: June 18, 2009, 10:33:44 PM »
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Thank you Tamsi dear for sending Geisha home!

To all who wished her good luck, thank you.

Now Geisha should be with me for a while so we can trot the world.

Naka numdom na sad noon ko ni Aya. :-[

To Aya, I will take good care of Geisha.

You will  always be in my heart Aya dear.

Nahimuot jud ko pagkakit anaho sa injung usernames! siguro mga good looking jud tingali mo kay gihimo gud username!

Are you hot couple?

Na hala welcome ha? enjoy your stay! Maayo madugangan ang mga wafu ug wafa diri!!!

Goodluck. ;)

World Daily News / How Space Junk Threatens Us?
« on: June 11, 2009, 02:22:18 AM »

A spate of recent extraterrestrial accidents is giving a new urgency to international efforts to decrease the danger posed by space junk, the remains of rockets ad derelict satellites that have been accumulating in Earth’s orbit for 50 years. NASA space shuttles and the International Space Station recently survived close encounters, and a U S communications satellite was destroyed in February when it hit a obsolete Russian satellite.

“Unfortunately, we will see more collisions,” says Williams Ailor, director of the center for Orbital and Reentry Debris Studies at the Aerospace Corporation. “There’s an awful lot of debris up there.”

NASA currently follows 17,000 orbiting objects and has set rules to limit the litter its missions produce.
Cleaning up the existing waste, however, remains “a technical and economic challenge.” Options might include retrieving debris or moving it into less populated orbits.

NASA says space junk remains a threat to “the safety of persons and property in space and on Earth.” Traveling at more than 20,000 mph, even a tiny piece of debris could cause catastrophic damage to spacecraft, including satellites that relay cellular phone calls and other critical voice data communications around the globe.

Source: LA Times Sunday Magazine (ako nabasahan ako ra sad gi copy, para adtong niingon nga mahulog ra sad daw balik ang space junk! :P )

Photos Unlimited / Until The Sun Comes Up Over Sta Monica Boulevard
« on: May 19, 2009, 09:58:25 PM »
All I wanna do is have some fun, I got a feeling I'm not the only one...

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Sta Monica, revisited. View from the pier.

Introduce Yourself / Into The West
« on: May 03, 2009, 11:36:00 AM »
The da Binsi Adventure

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Manay Tess, daghan na jud natigum. naglibog ko asa mag sugod. We are heading to the west again. First Stop, Crandon Wisconsin.

Bible Study / Some Place Where I Bond With God
« on: April 06, 2009, 01:02:52 PM »
I really dont have to go to a building to have an intimate bonding with God. This is my church today.

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...and it made me feel so good and renewed. (brand new na sad nga sala ;D )

Lord, im just JAWKING! you know that... ::)

Talk of the Town / There's Something About Carla Bruni
« on: April 05, 2009, 10:46:04 AM »
She is not only very sophisticated Mrs Nicolas Sarkozy of Franc but also very talented!
I am beginning to like her, really.

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Introduce Yourself / To BedoAdoSalada
« on: April 04, 2009, 11:09:58 AM »
everytime i saw your name, manumdom jud ko ani nga opera singer

Bidu Sayao

anyway, welcome to TB, wa diay ko ka welcome nimo...

LGU Philippines / Socialist Cuba promotes anti-homophobia campaign
« on: March 31, 2009, 07:38:54 AM »
Sunday, May 25, 2008
By: John Peter Daly

On May 17, the Cuban National Center for Sexual Education (CENESEX) spearheaded the nation’s largest anti-homophobia festival and campaign to combat anti-LGBT attitudes and promote awareness.

This is the second celebration on this day in Cuba. The campaign is part of an International Day Against Homophobia that marks the date in 1990 when the World Health Organisation removed homosexuality as a mental disorder. This is the second such commemoration in Cuba, with events taking place in seven of Cuba’s 14 provinces.
"This is a very important moment for us, the men and women of Cuba, because for the first time we can gather in this way and speak profoundly and with scientific basis about these topics," said Mariela Castro Espín, the head of CENESEX. Castro is the daughter of President Raúl Castro and Vilma Espín, former head of the Cuban Women’s Federation, who died last year.

The day was celebrated with state-supported public discussions, panels, art exhibits, theater works, and book readings involving many government officials and institutions. Free Sexually Transmitted Disease screenings were also promoted during the day’s events.

On May 16, the U.S.-made film "Brokeback Mountain" played on prime-time Cuban television. The movie tells the story of two cowboys who face a series of hardships after they fall in love. One of the men is murdered in an anti-gay attack.

In press from around the world, the leadership of the Cuban government has been noted as exemplary.

National Assembly President Ricardo Alarcón emphasized the important role of the government in promoting LGBT rights. At the day’s events in Havana’s Vedado neighborhood, Alarcón explained, "[T]o persuade, to understand sexual diversity, and to eradicate homophobia as one of the most entrenched forms of discrimination in today’s society is to be in solidarity, and solidarity is part of Socialism."

The debate is not only taking place at these events, but the Cuban National Assembly is discussing legislation to recognize same-sex unions in June. The changes would be added to the Cuban Family Code, which is a set of rights guaranteed by the revolution. The Family Code is unique in the world as it includes a year of maternity leave at full pay and requires that men share in equal partnership with their spouses in housework among other rights.

The Cuban movement for full rights for LGBT people has not sidestepped the issues facing transgender people. There are also discussions taking place in the National Assembly to make gender reassignment surgery accessible in Cuba’s free and universal healthcare system. Cuba first began performing gender-reassignment surgery in 1988, but soon realized that more public education was needed before proceeding with the measure.

Castro Espín announced that Cuba was assembling a team of Belgian surgeons to resume surgical gender reassignment.

The process of challenging homophobic attitudes inherited from capitalism and slavery is not new in Socialist Cuba. In 1993 the Cuban Institute of Art and Cinemagraphic Industry produced a feature film entitled Strawberry and Chocolate with the serious and sensitive treatment of a gay character and his friendship with a member of the Cuban Communist Party. The film promotes the message that the revolution must take up incorporating LGBT people.

This landmark movie created much discussion about LGBT life in Cuba during one of the most difficult economic periods in Cuba, called the "Special Period." After the collapse of the Soviet Union and the socialist Eastern European countries in 1992, Cuba lost over 80 percent of economic trade.

This contrasts starkly with the U.S. where oppressed groups are often targeted and scapegoated more during economic downturns.

Socialism removes the economic basis of LGBT oppression, while capitalism needs to promote bigotry and division to maintain the system of exploitation. However, backwards ideas—the vestiges of class society—don’t go away overnight and need to be challenged to establish new social norms of equality and to build an environment where gender and sexuality can truly be liberated. This is precisely the goal of the ongoing campaign.

"The freedom of sexual choice and gender identity [are] exercises in equality and social justice," said Castro Espín. The defense of equal rights for Cubans of all sexual orientations is a key principle of the Cuban revolution.

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photo courtesy; Huffington Post

Cindy Crawford posed naked, wearing eyeliner and lather, in the April issue of Allure magazine. Crawford, 43, posed for the "anti-aging" Issue with an accompanying caption that reads,

"This is what 43 looks like. Crawford's skin-care regimen includes a day cream with antioxidants, a sunscreen, a night cream, and an eye cream. She also swears by microdermabrasion - and protecting the skin on her hands, neck, and chest."

Travel and Tours / Its Always Sunny In Philadelphia
« on: March 24, 2009, 10:25:49 PM »

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Rocky Balboa

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the Philidaelphi Museum of Arts

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