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Youtube Replay / dalawang bala ka lang hubag
« on: May 13, 2013, 07:54:38 PM »
tungod kay box office hit man ang unang production sa answerbohl films OPERATION TULION nga gi koninitan sa minilyon nga viewers all over the world sugdan dajon ang sequel DALAWANG BALA KA LANG HUBAG

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Philippine Business News / OPERATION TULION The Movie
« on: May 13, 2013, 04:14:14 PM »
;D

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Sports and Fitness / USA Shaolin Temple
« on: May 13, 2013, 09:40:14 AM »
sa new york naay shaolin temple. pero wa ko mo eskwela sa temple kay dili naho makaya. advanced kaajo ang ilang mga techniques. monks jud ang instructors. train lang ko sa usa ka dojo sa brooklyn. karong bakasyon mag picture taking ko together with my master para makita sa tanan ang ebidensya. nga dili ko basta basta mag gama gama ug estorya. my sifu[master] taught jet li. medyo mahal jud hinoon ang bayad sa private lessons. mao nga mentras tantong wala pa koy pictures aho na lang e post dinhi ang pictures sa shaolin temple

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Philippine Business News / for whom the bell tolls
« on: May 12, 2013, 05:45:36 PM »

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Philippine Business News / OPERATION TULION
« on: May 08, 2013, 07:06:47 PM »
ANSWERBOHL Films


    OPERATION TULION

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Talk of the Town / unsay maazo
« on: May 06, 2013, 02:33:49 AM »
kinsa man gud ang nag-instigate sa gubot: si hubagbohol or si balong? wala ko kahibaw unsay history ani nilang duha or kinsa ni silang duha mao i really need to know kinsay nag-una ngano namaot naman ning tubagbohol karon. gisamokan na gyud ko!!!!

unsa may maazo hubag ug mangundang na lang ta. ikaw no.1 columnist sa tb nangombitay ang imong medalya, way naka ila nimo kinsa ka. bata, tiguwang, baje, laki, biyudo, biyuda, datu, pobre, gwapa, gwapo, dalaga, ulitawo. most probably bajot ka. mao nga tuli-on ta ka.

ako pod mona mona sa ginhawang post ug mga pictures, butang sa ahong tinood ngan ug adres aron mo sikat ko, manghatag kwarta pa contest contest, naa pa juy rene BALONG econg open chess tournament, abi ko ug perteng sikata na ko, pwede na mo lansar pagka gobernador sa bohol. naunsa naman tawon ni oi. ang mga members sa tbland gisamokan na. unsa may maazo ug manghawa na lang ta dinhi para wala nay gubot ug bagotbot. declare this a draw. tabla na lang....

.naka maot ba ni or naka bibo sa tb. kay basta ako mo post porya bojag naa man poy daghang mo basa. mentras ikaw langawon ang imong topic ikaw na lay mag tubag tubag......i offer a draw...mang layas na ta...;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

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Inspiration & Hope / for better or for worse
« on: May 05, 2013, 12:49:01 AM »
we are now locked in into each others minds hubag.  i told you i will be your worst nightmare. this is it. awake or asleep we will not have any rest. we will always be thinking of each other. it is not my fault. you started this fight so we might as well finish it. our fight will spill into the real world. i select the real world as my playing field. because in the real world you are at a distinct disadvantage. i am pretty sure you have never been a soldier. i was so the advantage is mine. good luck to both of us. may the best man win.

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Talk of the Town / last instruction 4 hubag
« on: May 04, 2013, 09:22:32 PM »
next week operation tulion formally begins. just to make it clear, it is up to you to determine your fate. kong mo kalma ka okey lang . di madajon ang operation. pero mag sigi pa ka ug gara gara aron ingnon nga isog ka. sigi ug post naa ra na nimo. but it is false bravado and you know that.
lajo pa man hinoon ang summer of 2014 for part 2 of our operation. this is guaranteed to "thrill" you. everyday mag kurog kurog ka sa kahadlok. mag lakaw ka sa karsada mag pang lingi. but you will not see my men. 24 hours you are under constant observation. i divide the dirty dozen into 3 teams of 4 men. 8 hours duty. rotation. hala pa abota pa ug 500 posts a day by the idiot hubagbohol. it will make it easier for me to trace you up. but if you are not an idiot you will lie low and listen to the voice of reason. dili ka naho abogon. just limit your posts to 20 a day when the operation begins. every time you exceed 20 posts a picture of a bundle of money worth $10000 will appear. dili jud ka pa badlong mo gawas na ang 5 bundles the operation to identify who you are where your address is will begin. this is part 1 of the operation

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Philippine Business News / balong blog
« on: May 03, 2013, 07:56:09 PM »
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Help & Support / last warning 4 hubagbohol
« on: May 01, 2013, 11:29:44 PM »
saksi mong tanan nga wa na ko manghilabot ni hubagbohol. maajo pa namong diskasyon ni islander mi entra na pod ka hubag. pasalamat ka nga busy ko karon. i am studying how to trade futures. kong wa na jud koy laing lingaw aho na kang atubangon. sigi pa ka ug katawa karon. but i will have the last laugh. sa bolanon.com respetado ang tanang members. pero dihay usa nga gatoo nga tungod kay ga alyas sija, mahimo nija unsay gustong buhaton. gi binuangan nija ang usa ka babaye nga member. gi tabangan naho si yorbs bayonas, ang webmaster ug tagija sa bolanon. wa koy kalibotan ug iyoter. mao nga nag hire ko ug usa ka maayong laki nga hacker. gi pa trace up naho ang ip address.

usbon ko pag ingon. inutil ka hubagbohol. you have no balls man. puti ka ug itlog. you call me an idiot pero dili sa ahong atubangan. i call you right to your face. you are the fool and idiot hubag, not me. kwanggol ka, inutil

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Introduce Yourself / Mr. Money and me
« on: April 27, 2013, 02:08:30 PM »
this is the sequel to The One and Only Story of Balong

subaya ni ninjo kay ahong e post ang picture sa ahong amigo nga si mr.money.  i am proud that i have a friend who is a multimillionaire. while i am only a mini millionaire, dili gamay nga milyonaryo. peke nga milyonaryo. pero hugot ahong pagtoo nga moabot ra ang adlaw when i will become an honest to goodness genuine american dollar millionaire. dili man dautan nga mangandoy ta. because we were meant to live a life of abundance.

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Help & Support / $100 for Atty. Mike Ligalig
« on: April 22, 2013, 02:14:13 PM »
kong nag kalat karon ang mga fake P1000 nga gi pang wilwig sa mga politiko sa bohol, ahong i pang wilwig dinhi sa internet ang genuine $100 bills. kong wa pa ko ma pordoy $1000 unta ni. kay lagi sauna sa datu pa ko, ni libo ang dolyar nga ahong i pang hatag. sauna mang hatag ko, $5000, $10000 mora man ug bale wala. kay ahong kwarta nga gi kobtan sauna gi na pala gi na piko. pero kay wa man naho ampingi ang kwarta, karon kay ga lisod na man, $100 na lay ahong ipanghatag. at least ma ka pang hatag pa ko. what you are reading now is a true story. gumikan sa kina pobrehang pobre, mi lagbas ko sa america nga wa damha. wa jud ko mag ambisyon nga maka pojo ko dinhing dapita. pero pagbuot sa labaw nga kahitas-an nga anhi ko ibutang, so here i will stay.nag handom gihapon ko nga maka uli sa pilipinas. pero gagmay pa ning ahong mga baktin. kinhangan pa sa pag pangga ug pag amuma. kay lagi na bijaan man sa anay kay ahong asawa tua na man pojo sa new york uban sa ijang mga ginikanan. ang resulta nahimo na akong lonely boy, nia mag yampungad sa internet looking for a little love. daghan na ko ug na uyab dinhi sa iyoter. na ka agi ko ug uyab nga russian. pero sa mi reklamo na ang baje nga gusto sija mo pojo dinhi sa states aho dajong gibuwagan. kasabot dajon ko nga gusto lang ko gam-on nijang pamasahe aron maka lagbas sija dinhi sa states.

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Youtube Replay / vibrating panty
« on: April 21, 2013, 07:34:24 PM »

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Help & Support / $20 prize
« on: April 15, 2013, 02:29:49 PM »
lingaw lingaw lang. dia pay nabilin nga $20 sa ahong wallet. ahong ihatag nga premyo sa maka tubag aning pangutana.

asa mang dapita sa kalibotan nga ang mga 'teenagers' 80 above ug ang mga tiguwang mo lapas pa ug 120. mag duwa pa jud sila ug volleyball old versus young

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Cars and Automotive / My LAMBORGHINI
« on: April 14, 2013, 06:55:03 AM »


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Chess & Mind Games / Rene BALONG Econg OPEN CHESS TOURNAMENT 2014
« on: April 13, 2013, 07:45:09 PM »



                                     Rene BALONG Econg
                        OPEN CHESS TOURNAMENT 2014

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Philippine Business News / rewind USJR sex scandal
« on: April 13, 2013, 01:50:08 AM »
asa gani to na post ang scandal. accidentally man gud nakuha naho ang link ug karon pa jud ko maka kita. unsa na kaha ang kahimtang niadtong student. ug sa ijang mga ginikanan nga seguradong daku kaajo ang ka uwaw sa nahitabo. nalooy jud ko sa baje kay wa jud sija mag dahom nga ma broadcast.

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Bitcoin May Be the Global Economy's Last Safe Haven
By Paul Ford on March 28, 2013 

One of the oddest bits of news to emerge from the economic collapse of Cyprus is a corresponding rise in the value of Bitcoin, the Internet’s favorite, media-friendly, anarchist crypto-currency. In Spain, Google (GOOG) searches for “Bitcoin” and downloads of Bitcoin apps soared. The value of a Bitcoin went up to $78. Someone put out a press release promising a Bitcoin ATM in Cyprus. Far away, in Canada, a man said he’d sell his house for BTC5,362.

Bitcoin was created in 2009 by a pseudonymous hacker who calls him or herself Satoshi Nakamoto (and who might be several people). It’s a form of virtual cash used to buy goods and services online. Even by Web standards, it’s a strange and supergeeky phenomenon. This is what happens when software and networks meet the concept of currency, when you take peer-to-peer networks and advanced cryptography and ask, “How can I make a new economy?”


There are 10,952,975 Bitcoins in circulation. (With a digital currency you can be specific.) Bitcoin isn’t about to replace hard currency—with a market cap of $864 million, all of it is worth less than what Facebook (FB) paid for Instagram—but it’s bigger than anyone expected. And many people will tell you that the emergence of a virtual global money supply beyond the reach and control of any government is very real and that it’s time we take it seriously. As long as the Internet remains turned on, Bitcoin will be there—to its adherents, it’s the Platonic currency.

A dollar bill has a serial number and travels from buyer to seller. A Bitcoin’s not so much a thing as an understanding, a balance in a decentralized general ledger, or “account log.” Bitcoins are created as the side effect of a great deal of meaningless computational work. That is, the computer could be working on protein-folding, or processing images, or doing something else with its time, but instead it’s being used to “mine” Bitcoins—searching for mathematical needles in a networked haystack. Once the needle is found, a “block” of Bitcoins is born. Bitcoins live in a bit of software known as your “wallet.”

How did they get there? Perhaps you minted them by mining, or bought them on an exchange, or received them as part of a barter transaction. Now those Bitcoins are burning a bithole in your bitpocket, and you want to buy something. How do you spend them? Clicking around your wallet app, you set up a payment and put in the Bitcoin address of the recipient—something memorable and fun, like 1Ns17iag9jJgTHD1VXjvLCEnZuQ3rJDE9L. A few minutes later, after the peer-to-peer network has authorized the transaction as legitimate, the recipient’s wallet, wherever it is, will show that you’ve paid up.



How is this different from PayPal (EBAY)? In theory anyone could run his own version of PayPal on a server and use that to transfer funds between parties. But he’d also need to handle world currencies, deal with security, and handle regulations. Similarly, physical banks promise protections above and beyond stuffing cash in a mattress or dropping it off in paper bags. Financial institutions commodify trust—it’s not their money, after all. It’s yours. Yet you trust them more than you trust yourself.

Bitcoin shrugs all this off. It’s not pegged to anything, and there are no regulations. It’s a supercomputer-size chore to counterfeit. The key thing to understand is that there’s no bank, no Federal Reserve, in the middle. It’s not unlike an exchange-traded fund (for example, FORX, from Pimco)—a mix of non-U.S. currencies—designed as a hedge against the dollar. Bitcoin is a hedge against the entire global currency system. And no exchange is needed, unless you want to convert your Bitcoin into an actual hard currency.

Bitcoin is no more arbitrary than derivatives or credit default swaps. Given that regular folks, if they’re nerdy and interested in Bitcoins, can use the currency for all manner of things, including illegal things, it’s arguably a far less arbitrary instrument.

Maybe Bitcoin’s devotees are right, and it’s the currency of the future. Or perhaps it’s a ridiculous joke—a speculative, hilarious enterprise taken to its most insane conclusion. Given that the founder is nowhere to be found, it feels like a hoax, a parody of the global economy. That the technology used to implement it has, so far, shown itself to be impeccable and completely functional, and that it’s actually being exchanged, just makes it a better joke. The truth is, it doesn’t much matter if it’s a joke or not. It works.

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