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Question and Answer / Can Men Breastfeed?
« on: March 08, 2009, 12:02:09 PM »
Odd as it seems, men can lactate. In their 1896 book, Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine, Dr. George Gould and Dr. Walter Pyle recount several occurrences of men breastfeeding their young. The stories include a sailor who put his son to his breast to quiet him and started producing milk; a South American peasant who sustained his child with his own breast milk during his wife’s illness; and a Chippewa man who put his infant to his breast following the death of his wife and produced enough milk to rear the child. The phenomenon hasn’t stopped. In 2002, a Sri Lankan man named B. Wijeratne lost his wife and was left to care for their 18-month-old daughter. When the child refused powdered milk, Wijeratne tried something different. “Unable to see her cry, I offered my breast,” Wijeratne told a Sri Lankan newspaper. “That’s when I discovered I could breastfeed.”Wijeratne isn’t alone. All men can breastfeed, because they possess the two most vital components for lactating—mammary glands and pituitary glands. Mammary glands, which produce milk, are present in all mammals. In fact, they’re one of our defining characteristics. In some cases, such as with mice, the mammary glands of the males are too underdeveloped to function. In humans, however, they’re fully formed in both sexes, complete with breastfeeding ducts and nipples.Of course, for a human to actually breastfeed, those mammary glands have to be activated somehow. In women, this usually happens during pregnancy, when the brain’s pituitary gland starts releasing large amounts of a hormone called prolactin, which prepares the breasts to produce milk.
All men produce small amounts of prolactin during their lifetimes. It’s released after orgasms, for example, and may be responsible for the associated feelings of satisfaction and relaxation. But typically, it’s never present in large enough quantities for men to breastfeed. Under the appropriate psychological circumstances, however, the mind can demand that the body produce more of the hormone. This often happens to mothers who adopt children and suddenly find they can nurse. And as Dr. Gould and Dr. Pyle have documented, there’s a long history of it happening in men, too.


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one of the small island nga among giexplore sa surigao del sur.As in daghan island didto walay lubi all white sand
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Fishing net locally known as paugmad or bunson in surigao

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seashells.akong kininhasan sa amoang dagat sa pangangan island bohol

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sea urchin.mao ni ako gipangala yes makaon ang inside ani.ako sad ning kuha

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durian in davao.sa may fruit stand
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durian taste like heaven smell like hell.aw murag taste like hell man to sa ako taste bud lol

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World Daily News / Plane Crashes in Hudson River NY
« on: January 16, 2009, 07:54:54 AM »
NEW YORK – A US Airways pilot ditched his disabled jetliner into the frigid Hudson River on Thursday afternoon after a collision with a flock of birds apparently knocked out both engines, but officials said rescuers pulled all 155 people on board into boats as the plane sank.
There were no immediate reports of any serious injuries.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg, an experienced pilot, said it appeared the pilot did "a masterful job of landing the plane in the river and then making sure everybody got out." And Gov. David Patterson pronounced it "a miracle on the Hudson."
Flight 1549 went down minutes after takeoff from LaGuardia Airport for Charlotte, N.C., splashing into the river near 48th Street in midtown Manhattan.
"There were eyewitness reports the plane may have flown into a flock of birds," said Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Laura Brown. "Right now we don't have any indication this was anything other than an accident."
Passenger Jeff Kolodjay of Norwalk, Conn., said he heard an explosion two or three minutes into the flight, looked out the left side of the Airbus A320 and saw one of the engines on fire.
"The captain said, `Brace for impact because we're going down,'" Kolodjay said. He said passengers put their heads in their laps and started praying. He said the plane hit the water pretty hard, but he was fine.
"It was intense. It was intense. You've got to give it to the pilot. He made a hell of a landing," Kolodjay said.
The plane was submerged in the icy waters up to the windows when rescuers in police and Coast Guard vessels and ferry boats arrived, opened the door and pulled passengers in yellow life vests from the aircraft, whose fuselage appeared intact. The plane was sinking in the near-freezing water on one of the coldest days of the year, with the mercury around 20 degrees.
Police divers rescued a few people from the water, Bloomberg said. Other passengers were able to walk out onto the wings, then onto rescue boats.
Paramedics treated at least 78 patients, fire officials said. The Coast Guard said it rescued 35 people who were immersed in the cold water and ferried them to shore. Most were sent to hospitals. No information was released on their condition.
Witnesses said the pilot appeared to guide the plane down.
"I see a commercial airliner coming down, looking like it's landing right in the water," said Bob Read, who saw it from his office at the television newsmagazine "Inside Edition." "This looked like a controlled descent."
Barbara Sambriski, a researcher at The Associated Press, saw the plane go down from the news organization's high-rise office. "I just thought, 'Why is it so low?' And, splash, it hit the water," she said.
The pilot reported a "double bird strike" less than a minute after taking off, said Doug Church, a spokesman for the National Air Traffic Controllers Union. The controller sent the aircraft back toward LaGuardia, but the pilot saw an airport below him and asked what it was, Church said. It was Teterboro Airport in New Jersey, and the pilot asked to land there, Church said.
The instruction to land at Teterboro was the last communication with the plane before it went into the river, Church said.
US Airways said 150 passengers, three flight attendants and two pilots were on board the jetliner.
"This is really a potential tragedy that may have become one of the most spectacular days in the history of New York City's agencies, its coordination and the greatness of the people that work here and all they did for those passengers who are now tonight going to go home to their families," the governor said.
Joe Mazzone, a retired Delta Air Lines pilot, said it is not unusual for birds to strike planes. In fact, he said, when planes get ready to take off, if there are birds in the area, the tower will alert the crew.
In the rare cases in which birds get sucked into an engine, "they literally just choke out the engine and it quits," Mazzone said.
Twenty-seven years ago this week, an Air Florida plane bound for Tampa crashed into the Potomac River after hitting a bridge just after takeoff from Washington National Airport. The crash on Jan. 13, 1982, killed 78 people including four people in their cars on the bridge. Five people on the plane survived.
On Dec. 20, a Continental Airlines plane veered off a runway and slid into a snowy field at the Denver airport, injuring 38 people. That was the first major crash of a commercial airliner in the United States since Aug. 27, 2006, when 49 people were killed after a Comair jetliner mistakenly took off from the wrong runway in Lexington, Ky.
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Associated Press writers Colleen Long in New York City, Joan Lowy, Eileen Sullivan and Michael J. Sniffen in Washington and Harry R. Weber in Atlanta contributed to this report.

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Question and Answer / Nakapanaygon mo sa una or nangcarolling?
« on: December 24, 2008, 06:36:21 AM »
Please share your experience during christmas as a child.
Kami sa una sa gagmay pa mi murag magstart mi ug panaygon end sa november.Magdala ug lata,kutsara ug uban pa nga mo make ug sounds.Unya ayo raba unta ug kas a ra manaygon na murag kara gabii nalang. Usahay moreklamo na ang silingan kay balik balik na raman kono.Naa poy moingon nga balik mo inig pasko.Human namo ug round ang mga silingan adto dayon mi sa ubos sa poste nga naay night light mag ihap sa kwarta unya magbahin then pagka ugma ipalit ug bazzuka gum ug di porke sahay pud katong pan bitaw nga pula bread pudding man tawag namo adto.
Usahay mahutdan na mig kanta usa motingog ang tagbalay kapila na kaha mi ingon ajong pasko oi.Naa poy uban moingon unsa  man nang balik balik man injo kanta mao sahay bisan di christmas carol kantahon.Karemember ko nga gikanta na namo ang WE are the World.Inig hatag na sa sinsilyo paspas kaayo mokanta ug thank you thank you mr. and mrs unya ang pagkaprounounce raba sa thank you kay tink you.Ang balay nga dagko ug hatag mao nay kanunay balik balikan namo heheheh.

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General Topic / My children video(nalingaw sa bubble wrap
« on: December 14, 2008, 06:48:27 AM »
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tOlgxhtoTcE
My turn to brag about my kids lol.Lingaw kaayo sila nagpaboto sa bubble wrap compliment of Kruger corn seeds.

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LGU Philippines / Illinois Governor arrested today
« on: December 10, 2008, 03:38:46 AM »

CHICAGO (AP) - Federal authorities arrested Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich Tuesday on charges that he brazenly conspired to sell or trade the U.S. Senate seat left vacant by President-elect Barack Obama to the highest bidder.

Blagojevich also was charged with illegally threatening to withhold state assistance to Tribune Co., the owner of the Chicago Tribune, in the sale of Wrigley Field, according to a federal criminal complaint. In return for state assistance, Blagojevich allegedly wanted members of the paper's editorial board who had been critical of him fired.

A 76-page FBI affidavit said the 51-year-old Democratic governor was intercepted on court-authorized wiretaps over the last month conspiring to sell or trade the vacant Senate seat for personal benefits for himself and his wife, Patti.

Otherwise, Blagojevich considered appointing himself. The affidavit said that as late as Nov. 3, he told his deputy governor that if "they're not going to offer me anything of value I might as well take it."

 
"I'm going to keep this Senate option for me a real possibility, you know, and therefore I can drive a hard bargain," Blagojevich allegedly said later that day, according to the affidavit, which also quoted him as saying in a remark punctuated by profanity that the seat was "a valuable thing - you just don't give it away for nothing."

The affidavit said Blagojevich also discussed getting a substantial salary for himself at a nonprofit foundation or an organization affiliated with labor unions.

It said Blagojevich also talked about getting his wife placed on corporate boards where she might get $150,000 a year in director's fees.

He also allegedly discussed getting campaign funds for himself or possibly a post in the president's cabinet or an ambassadorship once he left the governor's office. He noted becoming a U.S. senator might remake his image for a possible presidential run in 2016, according to the affidavit. And he allegedly said a Senate seat would also provide him with corporate contacts if he needed a job and present an opportunity for his wife to work as a lobbyist.

"I want to make money," the affidavit quotes him as saying in one conversation.

The affidavit said Blagojevich expressed frustration at being "stuck" as governor and that he would have access to greater resources if he were indicted while in the U.S. Senate than while sitting as governor.

U.S. Attorney Patrick J. Fitzgerald said in a statement that "the breadth of corruption laid out in these charges is staggering."

"They allege that Blagojevich put a for sale sign on the naming of a United States senator," Fitzgerald said."

Among those being considered for the post include U.S. Reps. Danny Davis and Jesse Jackson Jr.

Blagojevich also was charged with using his authority as governor in an attempt to squeeze out campaign contributions.

His chief of staff, John Harris, also was arrested.

Corruption in the Blagojevich administration has been the focus of a federal investigation involving an alleged $7 million scheme aimed at squeezing kickbacks out of companies seeking business from the state. Federal prosecutors have acknowledged they're also investigating "serious allegations of endemic hiring fraud" under Blagojevich.

Political fundraiser Antoin "Tony" Rezko who raised money for the campaigns of both Blagojevich and Obama is awaiting sentencing after being convicted of fraud and other charges. Blagojevich's chief fundraiser, Christopher G. Kelly, is due to stand trial early next year on charges of obstructing the Internal Revenue Service.

According to Tuesday's complaint, Blagojevich schemed with Rezko, millionaire-fundraiser turned federal witness Stuart Levine and others to get financial benefits for himself and his campaign committee.

Federal prosecutors said Blagojevich and the chairman of his campaign committee have been speeding up corrupt fundraising activities in the last month to get as much money as possible before the end of the year when a new law would curtail his ability to raise contributions from companies with state contracts worth more than $50,000.

According to the affidavit, agents learned Blagojevich was seeking $2.5 million in campaign contributions by the end of the year, with a large part allegedly to come from companies and individuals who have gotten state contracts or appointments.

Blagojevich took the chief executive's office in 2003 as a reformer promising to clean up former Gov. George Ryan's mess.

Ryan, a Republican, is serving a 6-year prison sentence after being convicted on racketeering and fraud charges. A decade-long investigation began with the sale of driver's licenses for bribes and led to the conviction of dozens of people who worked for Ryan when he was secretary of state and governor.

FBI spokesman Frank Bochte said federal agents arrested the governor and Harris simultaneously at their homes at 6:15 a.m. and took them to the Chicago FBI headquarters.

Bochte said he did not know if either man was handcuffed or if the governor's family was their North Side home at the time of his arrest. He did say Blagojevich and Harris both were given time to get dressed before being taken to the headquarters.

He also did not have any details about Blagojevich's arrest, only that he was cooperative with federal agents.

"It was a very calm setting," he said.

The governor was to appear later Tuesday before U.S. Magistrate Judge Nan Nolan to answer the charges. The time was not immediately set.




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Visit www.visajourney.com you can ask question regarding immigration there.Tourist,immigrant,non immigrant all the answer you need in that forum.It really help a lot when you do some reseach.People sharing their experience during interview,sharing the timeline of the process and what documents should you have.
My mother had her interview last december 2,2008 in Manila Embassy for her Immigrant Visa and she pass.They deliver her visa early next day December 3,2008 thats how quick it is.

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General Topic / Apple Ipod Touch my review
« on: November 30, 2008, 06:43:11 AM »
I am pretty sure naa mo ani nga gadget.I get mine this week.If you ask me I would say this gadget is pretty cheap for what it can do to you.Here's what I can say.
It's no surprise that Apple has been on a screaming rampage of success with its gorgeous, high tech products these last few years. Every new release seems to cast a heavy shadow over its predecessor. This is certainly the case with the new iPod touch. The improvements over earlier designs - bigger, better LCD, touch screen controls, thinner frame, Wi-Fi access, etc. - are dramatic leaps forward, not only for the iPod itself but for future Apple products. The 16GB iPod touch, selling for $399 USD. The most obvious point of attraction to the iPod touch is the stunning new design. Based on a cross-breed of theiPhone and the 3rd generation iPod nano, the iPod touch has a super thin body that measures only .31" (8mm) thick; it's much thinner than the iPhone. Overall dimensions are - 4.3" x 2.4" x .31", or 110mm x 61.8mm x 8mm. The entire iPod touch weighs only 4.2 ounces.
The iPod touch, like the iPhone and the updated iMac, represents an official shift from Apple's signature white plastic product designs to a new, stylish black, glass and metal configuration. Apple clearly has a knack for making already-gorgeous products even more striking and elegant.
The iPod touch has a seemingly huge 3.5" color LCD screen that has "Multi-touch" technology built in. Multi-touch tech uses a thin membrane grid underneath the glass iPod screen. It's like a super tight mesh net that covers every last square millimeter of the LCD. It's sensitive to the tiny electric current in the human body, and when touched by any live part of the body, the multi-touch activates and sends an "I was just touched here, here and here" signal to the iPod touch interface software to respond by opening menus, zooming in on images, etc. Multi-touch does not work with typical PDA styli, pens, fingernails, teeth, etc. It needs skin contact to activate. Indeed, you can control the iPod touch with your fingers, nose, toes, your elbows or other parts we may not want to know about.The iPod touch, thanks to its Multi-touch interface, has a full on-screen keyboard that can be used for typing in website addresses, updating contacts and calendar events, entering , wireless network passwords, Google searches, online forms, mobile blog posts, etc.
The iPod touch has an internal accelerometer - a tiny device that senses whether the iPod is being held vertically or horizontally, and flips the contents of the display accordingly. This makes watching widescreen movies and viewing horizontal (landscape) photographs much more functional and enjoyable.
The iPod touch also has an ambient light sensor, which can tell whether it's bright or dark out and will adjust the screen brightness accordingly. This can be more comfortable on your eyes, plus it helps save battery life.It also plays video: movies, TV shows, video podcasts or music videos. It doesn't matter if the video content is standard size (4:3) or widescreen (16:9), the iPod touch will play both. In fact, you can even direct the iPod touch to play video full screen (often cropping the left and right edges to utilize every last pixel of the LCD) or zoom out just slightly to play a true letterbox/widescreen version of the video with no cropped edges. According to Apple, you should be able to get upwards of 20 hours worth of video content on the 16GB iPod touch. Of course, this will vary greatly due to different bit rates of video files, but it's a safe estimate.Like earlier iPods, the touch can display full-color photos. What's new, however is the convergence of the accelerometer and the Multi-touch screen to allow for on-the-fly rotation of images from portrait to landscape mode (vertical to horizontal), flipping through photos with the swiping motion of your finger, and the amazing ability to zoom into your images using two fingers in an inward pinch motion. Zoom back out by using an outward un-pinch movement. Apple estimates that 20,000 photos can be stored on the 16GB flash drive.
It also plays video: movies, TV shows, video podcasts or music videos. It doesn't matter if the video content is standard size (4:3) or widescreen (16:9), the iPod touch will play both. In fact, you can even direct the iPod touch to play video full screen (often cropping the left and right edges to utilize every last pixel of the LCD) or zoom out just slightly to play a true letterbox/widescreen version of the video with no cropped edges. According to Apple, you should be able to get upwards of 20 hours worth of video content on the 16GB iPod touch. Of course, this will vary greatly due to different bit rates of video files, but it's a safe estimate.I always watch my news on my ipod touch and my kids love it too since they can watch thier movie kung magbyahe mi.Yes you can watch youtube bisan pa ug magbuntagay.



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General Topic / Anybody watch the NBC news about Philippines rice shortage?
« on: November 28, 2008, 10:53:10 AM »
I download it on my apple ipod touch.Visit www.itunes.com then go to podcast look for nightly news with brian williams it was aired last monday November 24.

By Ian Williams, NBC News correspondent

Laguna, the Philippines - Robert Zeigler was a terrific host, bubbling with enthusiasm as he told me about the new varieties of rice that could bring enormous relief to the world's poor.

"This is a transformational technology. It gives me goose bumps," he said, pointing at clusters of rice stems emerging from a flooded paddy field. "These are tailored for floods. They basically hold their breath underwater."

He was pointing at a new variety of flood resistant rice, bred by the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), where he is Director General. "This will basically remove farmers in many parts of the world from being the victims of floods."

An assistant reminded him he was already late for another meeting, but Zeigler was getting into his stride, passionate about the Institute's research. They're also working on a variety of rice resistant to drought, he told me, and the Institute hosts the world's biggest seed bank – 100,000 varieties in cold storage inside a vast vault.

A morning with Dr. Zeigler at the Philippines-based IRRI leaves you wondering how the world could possibly be facing food shortages, but travel just a few miles from here and there is a very different picture.

Rice farmers are abandoning their land, unable to afford the new seeds. Half the paddies in this area lack irrigation, and few farmers have basic storage facilities. The soaring cost of fertilizer and pesticides have eaten into the small profits they could make from rice, pushing them into debt.

"There's no money in it, there's no point," said Sionong, whose family had been rice farmers for three generations. She's converted her paddies to blue grass for the lawns of housing developments, which are also replacing the paddies. Another farmer told me: "Maybe after ten years, we won't have any rice farmers any more."

The farmers here have little real power. The local market is controlled by three powerful traders, who buy at a price they set, and who sell the fertilizer and other inputs. They have the storage facilities and the driers which add value to the rice.

A mill, started by the farmers as a cooperative, lies overgrown and abandoned. It is a stark contrast: the innovative promise of the IRRI, and the grim reality of the local farmers.

In thirty years, the Philippines has gone from being a rice exporter to the world's biggest importer, unable to keep up with a population that has almost doubled to 90 million over that period.

When world food prices soared earlier this year, the Philippines was one of the hardest hit, scouring world markets for expensive rice in a bid to head off a crisis that threatened to bring down the government. Although prices have fallen somewhat, during our visit they were still double than those of a year ago. A costly subsidy program was calming the poor districts of Manila.

"Rice is central to the fabric of Asian societies," Zeigler told me. "In terms of economic security, political security, economic growth, if you don't have abundant rice supplies, you can kiss goodbye to that stuff."

Experts blame years of government neglect in the Philippines, a sense that the battle against hunger had been won - a dangerous complacency in the view of Zeigler, who for years has urged governments to pay more attention to food research and the welfare of farmers.

"We have a tremendous challenge facing us," he says. "We've got to be continually vigilant to make sure we have adequate food supplies for the next generation." Photo by Ian Williams: Filipinos line up for subsidized rice in a Manila suburb.

Heeding the warnings, the government has just launched a billion dollar program to bring seeds, water and other help to farmers. It has banned the conversion of rice paddies to industrial or residential use.

But in the villages close to the IRRI, there's skepticism about government promises and doubts that the money will ever reach them. "We've heard a lot of talk, but little is every delivered," said one local agricultural official.

The hope is that the shock of this year's food price rises will concentrate the minds of government - and the farmers, in a country that thought it had defeated hunger.

It is so sad that nobody wants to farm anymore since seed price,pesticides,and fertilizer were too expensive.There is solution in this.People in government think about the hungry people wa ba mo makonsensya nice mo kaayo ug mga balay,nindot ug mga sakyanan pero the rest of the nation gigutom.
 


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General Topic / Warren Buffet Son Howard G Buffet is my nieghbor
« on: November 25, 2008, 01:41:09 PM »
I just learn today nga duol raman diay mi sa farm ni Howard G. Buffet anak ni Warren Buffet ang pinakarich nga tawo sa kalibutan.Yes Howard Buffet farm here in Central Illinois near Tower Hill  in Shelby Country .Naglabay labay mi sa iya farm nga walay idea.He is very humble person sa tinuod lang.He serve as board of director in ADM(Archer Daniel Midland)one of the worlds largest agricultural processor of soybeans,corn,wheat and cocoa,also board of director of Sloan machinery mostly they sale John Deere machinery like tractors,combine harvestors ug part.We frequently visit Sloans kay magpalit ug parts sa among farm machinery.Who knows nagtagbo na mi ani niya sa mga farm show wala lang ko idea hehehe.Si Warren Buffet iya daddy ang nagpalit sa farm unya iya girentahan but I think he already buy it from his dad.The farm plat book says he own 700 acres of farm ground.He does missionary work teaching third world country how to grow food and he love photography and africas big game.John Deere mechanics joke that he does not have to unhooked his implement because he has a tractor for everyone of them.Ganahan gyud daw ni si Howard Buffet ug big machinery.Bisan naa na sila billion humble pa gihapon.

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World Daily News / Somali pirates seize supertanker loaded with crude
« on: November 17, 2008, 10:36:12 PM »
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – Somali pirates hijacked a supertanker off the Kenyan coast, seizing the Saudi-owned ship loaded with crude and its 25-member crew, the U.S. Navy said Monday.

Lt. Nathan Christensen, a spokesman for the U.S. Navy's 5th Fleet, said the pirates hijacked the Sirius Star — a newly commissioned ship owned by Saudi oil company Aramco — more than 450 nautical miles southeast of Mombasa, Kenya.

Somali pirates have seized several ships off the Horn of Africa coast in the past week, but the latest hijacking — of a tanker the size of an aircraft carrier — marked a dramatic escalation.

Somali pirates are trained fighters, often dressed in military fatigues, using speedboats equipped with satellite phones and GPS equipment. They are typically armed with automatic weapons, anti-tank rockets launchers and various types of grenades.

The tanker seized Saturday is 1,080 feet and can carry about 2 million barrels of oil.

Lt. Nathan Christensen, a spokesman for the U.S. Navy's 5th Fleet, said the Sirius Star was carrying crude at the time of hijacking, but he did know how much. He also had no details about where the ship was sailing from and where it was headed.

The ship was sailing under a Liberian flag. The 25-member crew includes citizens of Croatia, Britain, the Philippines, Poland and Saudi Arabia.


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General Topic / Why Jews have more weatlh and power?
« on: November 11, 2008, 12:49:30 AM »
This is my response about the bickering about the Bad people in other thread.Sorry I lost track of the bad people thread and just start new one.
There is always bad apple everywhere no matter what country,race and religion.On why the jewish people are wealthy?
Jewish people are use to be God choosen people.Jewish tend to end up with more wealth and power out of proportion to their number.They still and always enjoy the protection and blessings of material things because through them Jesus the Son of God our Saviour was brought up into this world.
After Jesus died all God choosen people are the one who follow Jesus Christ and accept all the teaching His Church established.But still the jewish people  will continue to enjoy God left-over blessing and protection because Our Savious Jesus is from their lineage.We maybe never get to enjoy the material blessing as God choosen people on earth but if we follow all the teaching we will surely enjoy the Heavenly blessings in heaven.

Why the German murder lots of Jews?
After world war 1 the jews ended up with lots of businesses and wealth in Germany thats why German got fed up with them and wanna kick them out.With the hyper-inflation in Germany the average working German was starving to death.Tan-awa ang backlast  sa gibuhat sa mga german.



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General Topic / You know the meaning of BIBLE?
« on: November 07, 2008, 11:59:53 PM »
B.I.B.L.E means BOOK of Instruction Before Leaving Eath. It really made sense.

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General Topic / Doctor's Opinion of the Financial Bail-Out
« on: October 30, 2008, 01:33:07 AM »
The Allergists voted to scratch it, and the Dermatologists advised not to
make any rash moves.

The Gastroenterologists had sort of a gut feeling about it, but the
Neurologists thought the Administration had a lot of nerve, and the
Obstetricians felt they were all laboring under a misconception.

The Ophthalmologists considered the idea shortsighted; the Pathologists
yelled, 'Over my dead body!' while the Pediatricians said, 'Oh,
Grow up!'

The Psychiatrists thought the whole idea was madness, the Radiologists could
see right through it, and the Surgeons decided to wash their hands of the
whole thing.

The Internists thought it was a bitter pill to swallow, and the Plastic
Surgeons said, 'This puts
a whole new face on the matter.'

The Podiatrists thought it was a step forward, but the Urologists felt the
scheme wouldn't hold
water.

The Anesthesiologists thought the whole idea was a gas, and the
Cardiologists didn't have the heart to say no.

In the end, the Proctologists left the decision up to some a$@holes in
Washington.

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General Topic / Post your Halloween Picture
« on: October 28, 2008, 04:50:28 AM »
It's almost halloween again of course if you are parents of young kids mapugos gyud ta ug pangita ug custume nila and sometimes ended up take a part in Halloween parade.We had Halloween parade yesterday and we won 2nd place group category.Here's my 50 cents custume napalit sa garage sale.

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I am playing nun and my two girls my student.It's sure cold and windy yesterday.

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General Topic / Do you have Pet? Tell us the wierd things about your pet
« on: October 23, 2008, 10:00:42 PM »
I have cat and dogs.Wierd thing about my cat Bootsie gipalitan namo siya nice bed with scratching post tagsa ra siya matulog sa iya bed her favorite spot ang kids bathroom sink.
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About my dogs kusog mokaon ug fresh fruits.Mao nay mangharvest ug fruits sa ako garden one time napasangin lan namo ang raccoon kay abi nako ang raccoon nangaon sa ako sweet corn ug nasakpan gyud nako sila on the act nang harvest ug sweet corn.One time nag sanggi sad ko sweet corn kara corn nga ako na husking na napanitan mawala mao diay gianam ug hakot ug kaon sa ako dog si Blacky.I also had cat before Ms. Kitty sus makakita gani siya nagpalit ko ug cantalop(chinese melon man tawag ani sa uban or mash melon) murag mabuang di kahuwat ablihan.I tell you makahurot gyud siya siguro ug whole cantalop kung imo pasagdan ug kaon.

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Bohol Tourism | Bohol Travel & Tour / Pagpaila nga Bol-anon ka sa U.S
« on: October 19, 2008, 07:38:25 AM »
Put BOHOL plate number like mine.Someone from Illinois already got BOHOL plate number kay dili na daw available ang BOHOL ug BOHOL 1 pag apply naho mao BOHOL 2 na ko hehehe.
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Philippine Video and Music / Proud Boholana Farmer Video
« on: October 19, 2008, 07:26:51 AM »
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thats me driving and harvesting corn

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picture of my combine harvestor

Proud Boholana and proud farmer

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General Topic / Just immagine me driving this machine
« on: October 12, 2008, 11:36:01 AM »
It's harvest time here in America.Actually late ang harvest karon kay dugay nagdry ang mais ug soybeans since late ang planting tungod sa torrential rain last spring.This week I finally drive a combine havestor ingsaka ako position kay tig haul raman ko ug grain sa una magdrive tractor magguyod sa wagon.I do all the best I can nga motabang sa ako bana.I tell you what once magdrive ka ani nga machine very careful jud kay mahal kaayo ni.Unya once makastart na ka murag di na ka ganahan mo moundang as in nindot kaayo bisan ngitngit na kaayo drive gihapon ko kay tanan features ani nga machine  unbeleivable.Aircon sulod ani unya hilom kaayo sa sulod.heres video remember kini nga machine sa first video ingon ana sad ang machine ako gi drivan.I'm hoping makaprovide ko soon ug video nako nag operate ani.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=udjfi5MoB3M

We have Case international harvestor basta pula Case na unya green ang John Deere yellow Caterpillar ug uban pa

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFQdfh1td6Y

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Eyeball / Happy to meet Dear Preciousnpolite
« on: October 07, 2008, 11:48:06 AM »
Here's our picture together in Tagbilaran last May. philippines2008180 - Show Posts - Raquelproud boholana

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