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Help & Support / I am sorry, HubagBohol
« on: May 08, 2012, 04:24:41 PM »
I hope you can forgive me. I got mad when you said I worship money.  I do not worship money. I worship our Lord Jesus Christ.
You don't have to hate money. It is only a tool meant to be used, for good or evil. The choice is up to us.

To Mike Ligalig, thank you for letting me back in.

To all the members of this fantastic website, thank you for the camaraderie, love and friendship you gave to an old lonely man
reminiscing on his yesterdays.  :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'(

Market & Economic Trends / Financial Teasers
« on: May 06, 2012, 07:28:34 PM »
Dear Reader,

We recommended a small, relatively unknown stock called SafePay Solutions.  Within two days, this stock went up 142%

The stock more than doubled in two days!

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The second recommendations more than doubled in two days as well!

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Just like a jackpot, payload stocks are poised to explode out of Wall Street’s starting gate and deliver a never-ending rush of profits.

In the short run, when it comes to payload stocks versus the rest of the stock market, there’s simply no contest.  If you knew which slot machines had just been tanked up with cash, you would make screaming profits faster than you ever dreamed possible.  But, you’d have to get to the machine fast.  It’s all about those sudden bursts of money.

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I’m not exaggerating... nor am I overhyping when I tell you this is something truly different. As soon as I explain why this early indicator almost always foretells a huge, fast rise in a stock’s trading price, you’re going to agree that it seems almost too good to be true.

It’s so obvious (once you see it) and such a no-brainer that you’re going to wonder why you never thought of this yourself, and why every savvy investor isn’t taking advantage of it to rake in (with clock-like predictability) huge profits!

You can use this ingenious and mostly undiscovered “new wrinkle” to get the jump on Wall Street, and you’ll get in early on the kinds of fast-moving penny stocks that can easily grow your money, not by the 15% to 20% that the more optimistic talking heads are hoping for in this year’s market, but by the 200%... 300%... and even 1,000% gains and more that could turn $10,000 into a small fortune!

A stock-alert system so ingeniously simple and so straightforward,
you’re going to kick yourself for not thinking of it on your own

Okay... here it is... the practically fool-proof, early-indicator that’s been the giveaway signal that the stocks we’ve tracked were on the verge of explosive profits:

When a little-known micro-cap company retains a top-tier investor-relations firm to promote the company... or when the company announces a reverse takeover is taking place (which almost always results in new management coming in)... or when that new private placement comes in for debt restructuring or major investment... it’s as close to a guarantee as possible that new blood is brewing at these companies and that their stock price is about to take off!

An investor-relations firm being hired by a micro-cap stock is a perfect example. An investor-relations firm gets paid handsomely to do one thing: drive up the near-term price of a client’s stock. It’s like an ad agency or a PR firm, but instead of peddling soap, breakfast cereal, or automobiles, its mission (in the words of one investor-relations firm) is to draw the attention of stockbrokers, analysts, institutional decision-makers, fund managers, and significant private investors to the market potential of a client’s stock.

Think about it; what we’re talking about is perfectly legal! And, if you know when a promising but little-known company retains a top-tier investor-relations firm to drive up its stock price – you’re almost guaranteed fast and significant profits. It’s just that simple. It really is a “license to steal!”

Is it really legal?

It’s perfectly legitimate for a corporation to retain an investor-relations firm to flood Wall Street with a carefully crafted awareness-building campaign. Who do you think gets all those CEOs on the morning financial shows?

On the other hand, it’s totally illegal for the employees of either the hiring company or the investor-relations firm to buy stock, because they know a contract is about to be announced – that’s insider trading. But, when the contracts become a matter of public record, the name of the game becomes, “Who knows about it first?”

And therein lies the rub.

Run the words “investor relations” through your favorite search engine, and you’ll come up with something like 8,400,000 related sites. We’ve developed a system for cutting through the clutter, which lets us know instantly when a top-tier investor-relations firm has signed a new contract in order to tout a company’s stock.

We’ve already done the homework to know which investor-relations firms have the best record of success. And, we overlay that information with a careful look at a target company’s technical and fundamental data before making a recommendation. Remember, the most successful investor-relations firms won’t take on a dog. They want to protect their own record, so by sticking with the winning companies, we greatly increase our odds of success, too.

The record shows that when these deals are done, there is usually a lag before the work of the investor-relations experts kicks in and stock prices go up. In the meantime, the general investing public hasn’t paid much attention. But, as the news trickles out, savvy, in-the-know investors begin to suck up these payload stocks. By definition, we’re talking about little-known, mostly micro-cap companies that are way below Wall Street’s radar.

The few investors who are on to this have been making a killing buying stock in companies that have recently closed deals with top investor-relations firms; the companies that are fully loaded and getting ready to explode with incredibly fast profits.

That’s what this is all about – making sure you are among the first to know when a promising, but still undiscovered, stock is about to take a rocket ride, thanks to a newly inked deal with a prominent investor-relations firm. And, when the stock starts moving... we’re out of there! We don’t need to be greedy; we don’t need to time the sale at the absolute top. We know these payload stocks have the potential for a quick 50% to 100% profit when their new investor-relations campaign kicks in, and that’s all we care about.

Their job is to (legally) kite the stock!
And top investor-relations firms accept only probable winners!

There are some very effective, very creative, very high-priced investor-relations firms out there that specialize in beating the drum for the expressed purpose of driving up a company’s stock price. They make no bones about it... “If you want to drive up the price of your stock... hire us!”

Sift through the claims and promises of some of the top investor-relations firms on the Internet, and here’s what you’ll find...

“Our focus is on the near-term price performance of our client’s stock.”

“Our mission is to empower enterprises with an effective, proactive approach to increasing market valuations.” Translation: we’re going to drive your stock price through the roof!

“We bring an emerging company into the investor limelight by using strategically on-target conference calls, road shows, media events and TV appearances, customized collateral materials, and by facilitating effective management interaction with stockbrokers, analysts, institutional decision makers, and top-tier private investors across the nation.”

In other words, they’re going to sell the heck out of a company’s stock!

They’re going to use every professional trick in the book to paint a pretty picture... get out the word... and employ the kind of all-out media blitz that, for example, took Krispy Kreme from (adjusted for splits) being a $2.50 stock, when it went public, to a trading price of over $50.

That’s a gain of 1,900% during one of the worst three-year periods in stock market history. If you watched the morning financial shows on TV, you’d remember how frequently you saw the talking heads devouring free Krispy Kreme donuts. While Krispy Kreme is old news now, it was a classic investor-relations promo that propelled the stock.

Investor-relations campaigns have long been an established strategy for most big corporations attempting stock consolidation or reverse takeovers, but with a big-cap corporation, a new contract is not likely to have the kind of mega impact on the stock that could turn $10,000 into $100,000.

But, for the small- or micro-cap company that is virtually unknown in the investment community, the signing on of an investor-relations firm can signal an explosive rise in the company’s stock price.

Look what happened to their stock prices when — thanks in no small part to the aggressive campaigns of their investor-relations firms – these small-caps were discovered by Wall Street:

You could have bought shares in 24/7 Real Media Inc. for as little as $0.19––if you were right about timing––and sold them at $2.49 for a gain of 1,210%!

A small-cap by the name of Tripath Tech had a low of $0.16 and a high of $8.65. Again, with the right timing, you could have stashed a profit of 5,306%!

The stock of Intrusion Inc. went from $0.12 to $1.38––a profit of 1,050%!

Within 52 weeks, the stock of a software company named Brooktrout Inc. went from $4.61 to as high as $17.20, which translates to a profit of 273%.

Another small-cap software company, Jacada Ltd., saw its stock soar from a low of $1.20 to a high of $4.73 for a gain of 294%.

Remember, those top-tier, hot-shot investor-relations guys won’t touch a loser company. They take on only the companies that have a realistic shot at success––the ones with a solid business model, reasonable financing, experienced management, and a legitimate market niche. The good investor-relations firms won’t risk failure by taking on a shaky company. So, by following what the superstars of the investor-relations world are doing, you’ve already stacked the odds in your favor.

Now, think what could happen if you buy shares of these most promising, new small- and micro-cap companies just as they sign contracts with top investor-relations firms to “enhance the near-term performance of their client’s stock!” You’ll be taking advantage of two powerful profit strategies:

Small- and micro-cap stocks have the potential to explode with the kind of 100%... 350%... even 1,000% and greater gains you just won’t get with an established mid- or large-cap company.

Stocks of companies that sign on with the elite investor-relations firms often enjoy significant gains within months of the contract signing.

The Payload Stocks Report is a combination monthly newsletter and telephone/e-mail hotline service that tells you what promising micro- and small-cap companies have just signed contracts with the best investor-relations firms.

We maintain a close monitor on top-tier investor-relations firms... and by combing the thousands of investor-relations web sites used to self-publicize when a firm acquires a new client.

We make it our business to know which investor-relations firms have brand-new clients, and we also rank the more than hundreds of firms in the business. We know which investor-relations firms are the winners, which have the best track record when it comes to driving up the value of a client’s stock, and what they’re doing now.

We’re currently tracking the price appreciation of many individual stocks, from the time a company signs on with an investor-relations firm––so we know how good any given IR firm is at spotting potential winners (and eliminating certain losers)––and how effective it is at running up a stock’s trading price. And now you can know, too!

Our other big focus is reverse takeovers. When many of these micro-caps announce a reverse takeover, or an injection of new “big” money, we know the management of the companies also often changes. New blood, new ideas, new businesses... all often lead to rising stock prices.

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You’d be fortunate indeed to see a stock like GE or a Citibank enjoy a 20% or 30% rise in its stock price over the course of a year. But, in the same year, you might have your money in a half- dozen payload stocks – each of which has the potential to give you a 50% to 100% boost.

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Over the course of a year, any given dollar of your money can be in 10 or 12 payload stocks. If you enjoy only a 50% gain on each stock, that would work out to a 600% annual increase. That’s our goal. And given our short-term horizon, you will to be able to see for yourself whether that’s realistic or not in only a few months of following our advice.

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Don’t wait. Don’t settle for the “pretty good” gains that most investors are enjoying in this market. You can do much better. Whether the market takes off at a torrid pace or cools off, the penny stocks of companies that sign on with the world’s best investor relations firms will continue to enjoy spectacular profits.


Balonglong Tikongkong
The Counterfeit Millionaire

Market & Economic Trends / balong's portfolio
« on: April 24, 2012, 09:50:50 AM »

to be continued. abangan ang sunod na kabanata

Talk of the Town / Virgilio Bucia Fund
« on: April 22, 2012, 12:00:54 PM »
aho ning gitujo ug gama nga topic. ahong gi lain ang thread kay aron ma klaro naho kinsay gusto mo tabang. mao nga aho mong pasidan-an nga ug mo tubag mo aning ahong topic, aho mong pangajoan ug hinabang. bag-o ra kong naka balik dinhi kay gi ban man ko ni mike tungod sa ahong pagka maldito. mao nga bag-o lang kong naka basa bahin aning estorya ni virgilio bucia. tabangan nato ni sija. daghan man ta kaajo dinhi. anything you can give will help. dili man importante ang amount. ang importante nga kinasingkasing ang injong pag hatag. kay dili ba mao man nay usa sa mga corporal works of mercy. pakan-a ang gi gutom. kasagaran nga mga writers dinhi maka afford. kay labong nag istambay ta dinhi post ug mga topic. meaning to say we can afford. nag pasalamat ako ni ISLANDER nga mi tabang na. pero due to her desire to remain anonymous, mao tingali nga wa sija mo tubag sa ahong pangutana gi unsa nija pag contact ni virgilio. kinsay gusto mo tabang, P5, P10 or $20. ug atong tigomon ning ginagmay mo daghan man ba. kinsay gusto mo tabang tubag lang mo sa ahong topic. si LORENZO segurado na nga motabang.


Market & Economic Trends / Microcap Millionaire
« on: April 13, 2012, 08:33:54 PM »
una sa tanan, mangajo ko ug katahoran ngadto sa mga milyonaryo, kapitalista, financiers, investors, traders, financial analysts dinhi ilabi na ni  mao ni akong gamay nga tampo alang sa atong kalingawan mahitungod sa subject kon unsaon pag gama ug kwarta. dali ra man kong kaantigo ka, pero perte pong lisora kong dili ka ma antigo. naka basa ko bahin sa usa ka tawo nga nag pohonan lang sija ug $1000 gihimo nijang ONE MILLION DOLLARS sulod lang sa usa ka tuig. pero kadtong tawhana maayong laki man to. kita kay igo igo ra man i inom ug tubig ang atong nahibaw-an sa pag pangwarta sa stock market. busa ang atong himoon, ang atong kapital na $1000 himoon natong milyon sud sa 10 ka tuig. kong ang imong $1000 i deposit nimo sa bank, mamatay na lang ka di jud ka mahimong milyonaryo. mao nga atong iduwa ang atong pohonan sa stock market. but the stock market is a very dangerous game if you dont know how to play it kay bisan pa ug pila ka sako imong kwarta ipohonan, igo lang ning tilapan, horot dajon kong wa kay alamag unsaon nimo pag duwa.

Market & Economic Trends / the treasure of Val de Or
« on: July 24, 2009, 03:00:13 AM »
 One of the world’s top geologists makes an $80,000 bet…

Now It’s About to Turn Into a $10.1 Billion
Gold Mine

And give you the rare opportunity to “buy” gold
for 17 cents on the dollar today – and make up to
11 times your money by December…

Dear Reader,

In November of 2004, a 44-year-old French Canadian with a crop of white hair (I’ll call him “T.R.”) purchased an abandoned gold mine from a bankrupt mining company.

He paid the princely sum of $80,000 for the land and all the mineral rights it contained. “Princely” because his peers in the gold mining industry thought he was crazy to spend even a dime on it…

The mine hadn’t produced an ounce of gold for over 20 years.

And the owners of the property? They were thrilled at the prospect of making any kind of money from their useless land. Someone would have to be a fool, they said, throwing away good money on a dry rock hole.

But this man was not your “average Joe.”

T.R., it turns out, is now considered one of the top geologists on earth. He and his team have amassed a record of 10 major mining projects – more than almost anyone in the business.

And when he walked that land five years ago – studying the rock formations surrounding the property – his instincts told him one thing: The original mining company had completely missed the big strike.

Other geologists thought he was wacko. They were convinced the large gold veins were totally played out…

Which is why their mining companies had long ago pulled up stakes and moved their operations to more “profitable” areas to the north… beyond the great Cadillac fault in northern Quebec.

But T.R. knew better.

He believed that the real gold strike was still buried in the ground, south of the fault, where no one could see it.

And he set about proving it…

Over the next four years, his small company drilled hundreds of core samples at every depth.

They sent the samples to assay labs for analysis, where they were tested and examined for the presence of the precious metal.

They drilled an amazing 500 kilometers of test holes – over 310 miles of drilling – to prove beyond any doubt what they were sitting on.

That’s an awful lot of holes in the ground, but it was worth the effort.

On November 25, 2008, to little fanfare, this tiny company recorded its scientific findings in an obscure government document.

What they recorded set a new mark in the North American record books:

The discovery of an astounding 8.43 million ounces of gold.

And on June 2nd of this year – just 1,200 yards away from the original site…

They confirmed the discovery of an additional 2.24 million ounces.

Total deposits: 10.67 million ounces of gold.

Total value of the deposits is a record setting $10.1 Billion.

This renegade geologist and his “mom-and-pop” company are now sitting on the largest undeveloped gold resources in Canadian history…

And the 7th largest in all of North America.

Fact is, T.R.’s “worthless” property – the same land he was ridiculed for even considering – is now one of the most fertile gold fields on the planet.

Bible Study / a glimpse of HEAVEN
« on: July 21, 2009, 06:36:25 AM »

17-year-old Brian Moore had only a short time to write something for a 
class. The subject was what Heaven was like. 'I wowed 'em,' he later 
told his father, Bruce. 'It's a killer. It's the bomb. It's the best 
thing I ever wrote..' It also was the last. 
Brian Moore died May 27, 1997, the day after Memorial Day. He was 
driving home from a friend's house when his car went off Bulen-Pierce 
Road in Pickaway County and struck a utility pole. He emerged from the 
wreck unharmed but stepped on a downed power line and was electrocuted. 
The Moores framed a copy of Brian's essay and hung it among the family 
portraits in the living room. 'I think God used him to make a point. I 
think we were meant to find it and make something out of it,' Mrs. Moore 
said of the essay. She and her husband want to share their son's vision 
of life after death. 'I'm happy for Brian. I know he's in heaven. I know 
I'll see him.' 
Brian's Essay: The Room... 
In that place between wakefulness and dreams, I found myself in the 
There were no distinguishing features except for the one wall covered 
with small index card files. They were like the ones in libraries that 
list titles by author or subject in alphabetical order. But these files, 
which stretched from floor to ceiling and seemingly endless in either 
direction, had very different headings. As I drew near the wall of 
files, the first to catch my attention was one that read 'Girls I have 
liked.' I opened it and began flipping through the cards. I quickly shut 
it, shocked to realize that I recognized the names written on each one.. 
And then without being told, I knew exactly where I was. 
This lifeless room with its small files was a crude catalog system for 
my life. Here were written the actions of my every moment, big and 
small, in a detail my memory couldn't match. A sense of wonder and 
curiosity, coupled with horror, stirred within me as I began randomly 
opening files and exploring their content. Some brought joy and sweet 
memories; others a sense of shame and regret so intense that I would 
look over my shoulder to see if anyone was watching. 
A file named 'Friends' was next to one marked 'Friends I have betrayed.' 
The titles ranged from the mundane to the outright weird 'Books I Have 
Read,' 'Lies I Have Told,' 'Comfort I have Given,' 'Jokes I Have Laughed 
at .' Some were almost hilarious in their exactness: 'Things I've yelled 
at my brothers.' Others I couldn't laugh at: 'Things I Have Done in My 
Anger', 'Things I Have Muttered Under My Breath at My Parents.' I never 
ceased to be surprised by the contents. 
Often there were many more cards than I expected. Sometimes fewer than I 
hoped. I was overwhelmed by the sheer volume of the life I had lived. 
Could it be possible that I had the time in my years to fill each of 
these thousands or even millions of cards? But each card confirmed this 
Each was written in my own handwriting. Each signed with my signature. 
When I pulled out the file marked 'TV Shows I have watched', I realized 
the files grew to contain their contents. The cards were packed tightly, 
and yet after two or three yards, I hadn't found the end of the file. I 
shut it, shamed, not so much by the quality of shows but more by the 
vast time I knew that file represented. 
When I came to a file marked 'Lustful Thoughts,' I felt a chill run 
through my body. I pulled the file out only an inch, not willing to test 
its size and drew out a card. I shuddered at its detailed content.. 
I felt sick to think that such a moment had been recorded. An almost 
animal rage broke on me. One thought dominated my mind: No one must ever 
see these cards! No one must ever see this room! I have to destroy 
them!' In insane frenzy I yanked the file out. Its size didn't matter 
now. I had to empty it and burn the cards. But as I took it at one end 
and began pounding it on the floor, I could not dislodge a single card. 
I became desperate and pulled out a card, only to find it as strong as 
steel when I tried to tear it. 
Defeated and utterly helpless, I returned the file to its slot. Leaning 
my forehead against the wall, I let out a long, self-pitying sigh. 
And then I saw it.. The title bore 'People I Have Shared the Gospel 
The handle was brighter than those around it, newer, almost unused. I 
pulled on its handle and a small box not more than three inches long 
fell into my hands. I could count the cards it contained on one hand. 
And then the tears came. I began to weep. Sobs so deep that they hurt. 
They started in my stomach and shook through me. I fell on my knees and 
cried. I cried out of shame, from the overwhelming shame of it all. The 
rows of file shelves swirled in my tear-filled eyes. No one must ever, 
ever know of this room. I must lock it up and hide the key. But then as 
I pushed away the tears, I saw Him. 
No, please not Him. Not here.. Oh, anyone but Jesus. I watched 
helplessly as He began to open the files and read the cards. I couldn't 
bear to watch His response. And in the moments I could bring myself to 
look at His face, I saw a sorrow deeper than my own. 
He seemed to intuitively go to the worst boxes. Why did He have to read 
every one? Finally He turned and looked at me from across the room. He 
looked at me with pity in His eyes. But this was a pity that didn't 
anger me. I dropped my head, covered my face with my hands and began to 
cry again. He walked over and put His arm around me. He could have said 
so many things. But He didn't say a word. He just cried with me. 
Then He got up and walked back to the wall of files. Starting at one end 
of the room, He took out a file and, one by one, began to sign His name 
over mine on each card. 'No!' I shouted rushing to Him. All I could find 
to say was 'No, no,' as I pulled the card from Him. His name shouldn't 
be on these cards. But there it was, written in red so rich, so dark, so 
alive. The name of Jesus covered mine. It was written with His blood. He 
gently took the card back. He smiled a sad smile and began to sign the 
cards. I d on't think I'll ever understand how He did it so quickly, but 
the next instant it seemed I heard Him close the last file and walk back 
to my side. 
He placed His hand on my shoulder and said, 'It is finished.' I stood 
up, and He led me out of the room. There was no lock on its door. There 
were still cards to be written. 
'For God so loved the world that He gave His only son, that whoever 
believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life.'-John 3:16. 'I 
can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. '-Phil. 4:13. 
My ' People I shared the gospel with' file just got bigger, how about 

LGU Philippines / OBAMA represents slavery and tyranny..TED NUGENT
« on: July 17, 2009, 04:55:29 PM »
Things are going well for Ted Nugent. He just released a DVD of his 6000th concert, he has a new reality show coming out next month and he has the satisfaction of knowing of being able to say "I told you so" to anyone who's doubted his political opinions. "Life is wonderful," he tells Spinner. I've done the right things. I've never been liberal so I've got a nest egg. I've always lived within my means."

These days, you can see, hear or read Nugent's thoughts on politics and the country everywhere you go. "If I try to make my voice heard any more than I already have, you would have been Nugified with a giant crowbar skull marking," he says. "I have pieces in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Detroit news and I've been doing speaking engagements at universities and public events for a couple dozen years now. I've been an activist forever. I've been warning people that this is coming. I wrote the first article identifying the artificial economy of America that is the house of cards we're seeing fall now. I think I first wrote that in the late '80s."

But just because Uncle Ted is being heard doesn't mean he's happy with what he sees. "With a liberal in the White House, it's sad to see the celebration of mediocrity and slovenliness and the cult of denial expand," he says. "That's heartbreaking to see this once-great nation abandon the drive of excellence and the new squawking mantra of whining and excuse-making, which is why we have the president we have, and for him and his administration to defy the Constitution and Fedzilla exploding into the private sector and controlling corporations, it's shocking."

Still, Nugent holds out hope for the country. "I believe that we the people will eventually see the criminality of the Obama administration and eventually stop them one way or another, so I have eternal faith in my fellow man," he says. "I can't believe this experiment in self-government is over. I can't believe the documents our founding fathers clearly articulated and wrote are going to be abandoned for tyranny and slavery, and that's really what Obama represents. He represents that 'you people are so stupid and inept, I'll have to cover you.' I just don't believe that's true."

However, Nugent also thinks that plenty of Americans are to blame as well. "There is gluttony and denial in our economy," he starts, his voice rising throughout. "Basically, it can be most simply understood by the U.S. government and its citizens being credit card pigs. You can't buy another leather jacket when you've already got six. You claim you can't make ends meet and you owe five grand, much less 250 grand, on your credit card, you chimp!? Of course, I'm the bastard for saying it. People are pigs from the blubber that they have intentionally infested ourselves with and then they have the audacity to squawk for health care but not care about our health? How does that work?! If the producers of 'Planet of the Apes' were offered the current American script that was playing out before us, they would turn it down because it's too stupid. It wouldn't qualify for a 'Planet of the Apes' script!

"Only the guilty need to feel guilty," he continues, "but anybody who claims they can't make ends meet is a liar! Anybody that owes money on their credit card is a pig. If you smoke or drink or have blubber, you get no healthcare until you show me you care about your health. You can't stab yourself in the eye every morning and then charge me for your eye doctor! What the f---?!"

Well, there you have it, ladies and gentleman -- you've been Nugified.

Anonymous Diary Blog / to whom it may concern
« on: April 23, 2009, 09:18:06 AM »
pasaylo-a nga dinhi nako sa forum ipahungaw ang ahong gibati. nag solicit mo para sa death anniversary ni aya. wa ko mo balibad. i said i am willing to help. unya nag suggest ko nga kong mahimo, ibutang ninjo ang mga donors ug ang amount nga ilang ihatag. perte man hinoon ninjong soko-a. gi ingnan ko ninjo nga kong wa kay salig namo, wala ka kinhangana. dautan ba diay ang ahong gi suggest. nag solicit man ko sauna sa when a diarrhea epidemic in loon broke out. i was able to solicit more than a thousand dollars. gi butang sa forum ang mga donors ug ang amount. pagka human gihatod didto sa loon, sa duha ka member sa nag pa kuha sila ug picture, nag tonol sa sobre nga gisodlan sa kwarta ngadto sa in charge. gi sh** pa jud ko ninjo.  gibati naho ang ka uwaw. mora ko ug nahilis. ako nga injong gi solicitan, gikasab-an naman hinoon ug ajo ajo. . tungod lang sa ahong suggestion. unsa may ahong sala nga nahimo? wa kio kaila ninjo. wa mo kaila naho. dapat unta mag respetohay ta. pasaylo-a na lang ko ninjo kong ugaling naka sala man ko. aho na pod mong gipasaylo. MAY GOD BLESS US ALL

Anonymous Diary Blog / thank you mike ligalig
« on: March 18, 2009, 10:09:35 PM »
for the very beautiful garden that you made. mao diay nga dugay kaajo mi gawas tungod kay gi piskay man nimo ug maajo. ma uwaw na hinoon ko mag hugaw hugaw didto. sigi na lang. kalingaw lang ko ug bisita didto. lantaw lantaw ra ko kotob. para bang sacred place na lang sija. not fit for mortals like me.

Introduce Yourself / MY PHOTO ALBUM [please post no replies]
« on: March 08, 2009, 03:46:07 PM »
 ;D ;D ;D

Showbiz & Celebrity / Terminator Salvation
« on: March 03, 2009, 06:01:49 PM »
NEED TO KNOW10 Essential Facts About 'Terminator Salvation'by Matt McDaniel    March 2nd, 2009 By now, if there's one thing everyone knows about "Terminator Salvation," it's not to walk around adjusting lights while Christian Bale is doing a scene. After audio of the star's rant directed at Director of Photography Shane Hurlbut leaked online last month, a flood of talk show jokes and internet parodies followed. But even if you've heard Bale's tirade -- and his subsequent apology -- there is still a lot about the fourth "Terminator" movie you probably don't know. So here are ten things you need to know before the movie hits screens in May. Plus, we have the exclusive new trailer for you to watch at the bottom of the page. And if you don't think this movie looks truly awesome, then you and me are done professionally.
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 "Terminator Salvation" is a prequel to 1984's "The Terminator" that takes place 34 years after the original. How does that work? It is set in a post-apocalyptic Los Angeles of 2018 during the early days of the human resistance, eleven years before Kyle Reese is sent back in time to protect Sarah Conner from the first Terminator.
The story centers on John Conner, who has been told from birth that he will lead the humans against Skynet and its army of Terminators. But at this point he's just a foot soldier still climbing the ranks. Everything Conner believes is called into question with the arrival of Marcus, who claims to be a human from before the bombs went off, but is revealed to be something else entirely.
 The movie is directed by McG, who previously made the "Charlie's Angels" films and "We Are Marshall." His name is actually Joseph McGinty Nichol, but from birth his family called him "McG" to distinguish him from his grandfather and uncle, who were both named "Joe." In 2003, McG was going to direct a new version of "Superman," but filming was to take place in Australia, and, ironically, McG is afraid to fly.
Christian Bale was McG's first choice to play John Conner, whom he calls "the most credible action star in the world right now." McG offered Bale the part while he was shooting "The Dark Knight," and he initially turned it down. Bale told McG that if he could refine the script to the point where it could be read on stage without any special effects and still be a compelling story, he would agree to star in it.
To that end, McG brought Jonathan Nolan on board to rewrite the script. Nolan is the brother of director Christopher Nolan, and they collaborated on the screenplays for "The Prestige" and "The Dark Knight." Anthony E. Zuiker, the creator of TV's "CSI" franchise, also worked on the script. With the script in place, Bale signed on to play Conner, with the option to do two more "Terminator" movies if this one is successful.
 McG met with "Terminator" creator James Cameron, who wasn't involved in the third movie and reportedly wasn't happy with how it turned out. Cameron didn't contribute to the script of "Salvation," but he did recommend Australian actor Sam Worthington for the part of Marcus. Worthington also stars in "Avatar," Cameron's first movie as a director since "Titanic," which will be released this December.
Also in the cast: Anton Yelchin plays the young version of Kyle Reese, who will later go back in time and father John Conner. Yelchin will also be the young Chekov in this summer's "Star Trek." Bryce Dallas Howard is Kate Conner, John's wife, who was played by Claire Danes in "Terminator 3." And Helena Bonham Carter plays the villain, Serena. Carter said she took the role because her partner, director Tim Burton, is a huge "Terminator" fan.
 Stan Winston, the special effects mastermind who built the original "Terminator" and supervised the three previous movies, worked on "Salvation" up until his death last June.   McG has said he plans to dedicate the film to Winston's memory. The movie will have a host of new robots to plague humanity: Harvesters that grab and collect people (and launch motorcycle-like Terminators to chase down anyone who runs), Hydrobots in the water, and Aerostats in the sky. Also, we'll see the T-600 models, the easy-to-spot rubber-skinned robots Reese mentions in the first movie.
Though he's been a bit preoccupied with running California since "Terminator 3," Arnold Schwarzenegger may make an appearance in "Salvation." Reportedly, a computer-animated recreation of Schwarzenegger's face will be digitally grafted onto the body of Austrian bodybuilder Roland Kickinger (who played the young Arnold in a TV movie). McG is also in talks to have Linda Hamilton reprise her role as Sarah Conner in a voice-over that will tie the beginning of this movie to the end of "Terminator 2."
One fact that is still unknown about "Terminator Salvation" is what rating it will receive from the MPAA. The three previous "Terminator" movies were all rated R, but the producers are pushing McG to bring this one in at a PG-13. As with the fourth "Die Hard," the studio is hoping a more kid-friendly rating will bring in bigger crowds (and sell more action figures and video games). At a panel at WonderCon on Sunday, McG asked the crowd if they would prefer an R-rated movie, to much applause. But it stands to reason that if the theatrical release is rated PG-13, an "unrated" DVD edition is sure to follow.
"Terminator Salvation" will be hitting screens for the Memorial Day weekend on May 21st. If you want to see Christian Bale and some pretty intimidating robots in action, watch the new trailer below.

Who's Who of Bohol / Who's Who in Tubagbohol
« on: February 23, 2009, 09:37:47 PM »
my favorite is LORENZO

Anonymous Diary Blog / Dear Diary
« on: February 17, 2009, 05:02:47 PM »
im so sad today. i miss my website. still off the air  :'(

Inspiration & Hope / Steve Ray's Open Letter to the Filipino Catholics
« on: February 15, 2009, 07:56:38 PM »

....something very good about Filipinos.
Here's something very positive written by a foreigner, named Steve Ray,
about Filipinos. Steve Ray authored many best-selling books, among which are
"Crossing The Tiber " (his conversion story), "Upon This
Rock" (on the papacy), and just recently, "John's
Gospel" (a comprehensive bible study guide and commentary).

We stepped into the church and it was old and a bit dark. Mass had just
begun and we sat toward the front. We didn't know what to expect here in
Istanbul , Turkey . I guess we expected it to be a sombre Mass, but quiet
and sombre it was not... I thought I heard angels joyously singing
behind me!

The voices were rich, melodic and beautiful. What I discovered, as I spun
around to look, did not surprise me - because I had seen and heard the same
thing in other churches around the world. It was not a choir of angels
with feathered wings and halos, but rather a group of delightful Filipino
Catholics with smiles of delight and joy on their faces as they
worshipped God and sang His praises. I had seen this many times before, in
Rome , in Israel ,in the United States and many other

Filipinos have special traits and they are beautifully expressed as I
gazed at the happy throng giving thanks to God. What are the special
traits which characterize these happy people? I will share a few that I
have noticed- personal observations- as I have travelled around the
world, including visits to the Philippines .

FIRST, there is a sense of community, of family. These Filipino
Christians did not sit apart from each other in different isles. They
sat together, closely. They didn't just sing quietly, mumbling, or
simply mouthing the words. No, they raised their voices in harmony,
together, as though they enjoyed the sense of unity and communion among
them. They are family even if they are not related.

SECOND, they have an inner peace and joy which is rare in the world
today. When most of the world's citizens are worried and fretful, I have
found Filipinos to have joy and peace - a deep sense of God's love that over
shadows them. They have problems too, and many in the Philippines have
less material goods than others in the world, yet there is still a sense
of happy trust in God and love of neighbour.

THIRD, there is a love for God and for his Son Jesus that is almost
synonymous with the word Filipino. There is also something that
Filipinos are famous for around the world - their love for the Blessed

Among the many Filipinos I have met, the affectionate title for Mary, as I
always hear from their lips, is "Mama Mary." For these gentle folks, Mary
is not just a theological idea, or a historical person, or a statue in a
church. Mary is the mother of their Lord and their mother as well --
their "mama."

The Philippines is a Catholic nation; the only such nation in Asia . And
this wonderful country exports missionaries around the world. They are
not hired to be missionaries, not official workers of the church. No,
they are workers and educators, doctors, nurses and housekeepers that go
to other lands and travel to the far reaches of the earth. And everywhere
they go they take the joyous gospel of Jesus with them.
They make a sombre Mass joyful when they burst into song. They convict the
pagan of sin as they always keep the love of Jesus and the Eucharist
central in their lives.

My hope and prayer, while I am here in the Philippines , sharing my
conversion story from Baptist Protestant to Roman Catholic, is that the
Filipino people will continue to keep these precious qualities. I pray
that they will continue loving their families, loving the Catholic
Church, reading the Bible, loving Jesus, His Mother and the Eucharist.

As many other religions and sects try to persuade them to leave the
Church, may God give the wisdom to defend the Catholic faith. As the
world tempts them to sin and seek only money and fame and power, may God
grant them the serenity to always remember that obedience to Christ and
love for God is far more important than all the riches the world can

May the wonderful Filipino people continue to be a light of the Gospel
to the whole world! -admin

Public Domain Download / Reminder
« on: February 10, 2009, 03:44:04 AM »
i promised to give $100 to anyone who can guess who will be the next governor of bohol. atong dugangan ang posta. himoon natong P10,000 ang premyo. by january next year, ahong ipadala ang kwarta ni mike ligalig. pero di ko maoy mag dumala sa contest. gikapoy na ko ahong basaw, ahong sayaw. hatag lang ko ug premyo. this is not a joke. tinood nga mihatag ko ug $350 sa naka daug sa alyas contest thru western union.

Market & Economic Trends / ATTENTION Serious Investors
« on: February 06, 2009, 12:28:05 AM »


Do you wish to change your life? Are you a person who seeks money? Have your past failures in the market dictated your future loses?

Which category do you fit?

The person who seeks money for the value in itself, or one who worships it like a GOD- are you that fool, who mistakes the symbol for reality? Or are you the person who denies yourself the pursuit and desire for money because, too much equals evil, likewise a fool indeed.

The wisest person is the one who seeks money as a symbol behind something else, something more, a person that is not captivated by mistaking it as substance, either good or bad. One who sees money as a symbol of almost everything that one may obtain from the outside world we reside in, and respects it as such. A PERSON THAT DOES NOT SEEK AND STRIVE AFTER MONEY, IS A PERSON THAT DEVOIDS ALL THAT LIFE HAS TO OFFER-PERIOD!

Any sane individual who desires money, really desires all the many and great things that money will purchase, a necessity for wellbeing and happiness. WITH IT ALL DOORS BECOME OPEN TO MANY MORE OPPORTUNITIES, AND WITHOUT IT ONE CAN PRACTICALLY ACCOMPLISH NOTHING! Does this make sense to you?


Be this as it may, the fact remains that now, more than ever, there is nothing on our Earth that is more necessary for our wellbeing and content as much as money. Remember this- first, last and in between, "Man Needs Money", we need all that it brings, all that it purchases, all that it allows for nearly all the good and desirable things in life.

So - my friends, My name is Val Ong, and I say to you: Be not afraid, but assert your desire of possessing and using money: Recognize it as a natural right, like a plant to sunlight and water. And do more than this, DEMAND IT just like a plant.

I'm coming into your presence with a purpose to do business with you, with all the power and positivity I can provide to you, to enable you to make more money than you have ever dreamed of having.

You can't catch my spirit? My confidence? Listen, I fill you up with my positive thoughts, our fundamental research, enthusiasm, success, confidence in our propositions, etc., and I believe we fairly radiate success toward you We're MONEY Magnets ---LIKE ATTRACTS LIKE!

You think I'm talking visionary talk, do you? Ask around, any successful person who has gained financial success and see whether or not their attitude was not one that had the expectation of money. It's their ideal, like ours, like yours wants to be!

Fix your mind, you attract the things you expect, think about and hold in your mental attitude. This is a firmly established, scientific, psychological fact. TRY IT!!

Listen, I'm not trying to champion this theory, but a person who thinks, talks and expects wealth attracts or is attracted to people of wealth, and in time shares with them, so watch our thought and talk---so in its place of your past you will substitute the wealth and prosperity you so desire.

General Topic / balong's art gallery
« on: January 19, 2009, 05:36:15 PM »

World Daily News / Pirate's Body Found With $153,000
« on: January 12, 2009, 09:29:54 PM »
Pirate's Body Washes Ashore With MoneyBy MOHAMED OLAD HASSAN, AP

 Somalia (Jan. 11) - The body of a Somali pirate who drowned just after receiving a huge ransom washed onshore with $153,000 in cash, a resident said Sunday, as the spokesman for another group of pirates promised to soon free a Ukrainian arms ship.
Five pirates drowned Friday when their small boat capsized after they received a reported $3 million ransom for releasing a Saudi oil tanker. Local resident Omar Abdi Hassan said one of the bodies had been found on a beach near the coastal town of Haradhere and relatives were searching for the other four.
Dangerous WatersDavid B. Hudson, U.S. Navy / AP16 photos   Sirius Star: A parachute carrying an apparent ransom payment falls from a small aircraft toward a Saudi supertanker Friday. Somali pirates released the vessel for a $3 million ransom, according to an associate of the pirates. Five of the pirates drowned with their share of the money after their small boat capsized. A body of one of the pirates washed ashore in Somalia on Sunday"One of them was discovered and they are still looking for the other ones. He had $153,000 in a plastic bag in his pocket," he said Sunday.
The U.S. navy released photos of a parachute dropping a package onto the deck of the Sirius Star, and said the package was likely to be the ransom delivery.
But five of the dozens of pirates who had hijacked the tanker drowned when their small boat capsized as they returned to shore in rough weather. Three other pirates survived but also lost their share of the ransom.
Graeme Gibbon Brooks, managing director of the British company Dryad Maritime Intelligence Service Ltd, said the incident was unlikely to deter attacks.
"The loss or potential loss of the ransom means the pirates will be all the more keen to get the next ransom in," he said. "There are people lining up to be pirates."
The Sirius Star had been held near the Ukrainian cargo ship MV Faina, which was loaded with 33 Soviet-designed battle tanks and crates of small arms. The same day the Sirius Star was released, the family members of the Faina crew appealed for help, saying they were not being kept informed about the negotiations or the state of their loved ones' health.
But a pirate spokesman assured The Associated Press on Sunday that the 20 crew members on the MV Faina were doing well.
"The cargo is still there unharmed and the crew is healthy," Sugule Ali said. "Once the negotiations end in mutual understanding, the ship, its crew and the cargo as well will be released."
There have been several false alarms about the release of the MV Faina since it was seized last September. Ali said the pirates were still negotiating with the ship's owners.
"Nothing has changed from our previous demand of $20 million ransom for the release of the ship, but as negotiations continue we are likely to reduce the amount," he said. He declined to give further details.
American warships have been closely monitoring the Faina amid fears that some of the weapons onboard could be taken onshore and fall into the hands of Islamic insurgents.
The shaky Somali government is battling insurgents the U.S. State Department says are linked to al-Qaida. But the situation is complicated by clan militias and rivalries within the Islamist movement.
Somalia has not had a functioning government since 1991 and its lawless coastline is a perfect haven for pirates, who attacked 111 ships in the Gulf of Aden and kidnapped 42 of them last year alone. The multimillion dollar ransoms are one of the only ways to make money in the impoverished Horn of Africa nation.
An international flotilla including U.S. warships has been patrolling the area. The flotilla has stopped many attacks, but the area is too vast to keep all ships safe.

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2009-01-11 10:44:28

Anonymous Diary Blog / Open Email to Mike Ligalig
« on: December 29, 2008, 05:29:10 PM »
mahimo man unta ni ug pm pero aho lang nga gi open para naay kalingawan ug basa sa mga fans. mike , mo hangjo unta ko nimo nga mag renovate ko sa ahong pajag. na ibog man gud ko sa ka mikey kay naa may "cover" ang ijang website. gusto ta pod ko ug ingon adto. ma plastar ang ahong halangdon nga larawan, ijawat maka kita ang tsex, maka kita sa ahong ka gwapo, mosogot atong panguyaban. apil pod ang picture ni mr.bean kay pareho man ming ULITawo. ang gusto nahong letratong ibutang kadtong posing naho in front of my SHEplane. unja ang ibutang sa pako TM-SARAH 2008. si sarah usa sa ahong mga financiers for my contests together with mr. bean. sa daplin mao ang mga pics namo ni mr.bean ug sa tunga ang message

this website is dedicated to the people of maribojoc, bohol and to all freedom loving boholanos around the world. feel free to visit and express anything you want. just refrain from posting pornographic pictures. thank you

pakapini lang pod ug ubang sections about sports etc. kong mahimo. mike kong pwede na ang $100 nga presyong pang ka ibigan for your time doing the renovation. i will send it to you by western union. please let me know my friend if this is possible. thanks and

                      HAPPY NEW YEAR to all members

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