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Free Advertisement / HANGYO LANG
« on: June 20, 2008, 08:20:18 PM »
sa pagka basa naho nga naay lote sa corella nga ibaligja, gusto na ko mo uli ug ahong paliton. labi na kay amiga mi si SIMPLYLEE unja ija mang igagaw ang tagija ani. pero naka basa naman ko sa thread about TUBAGBOHOL VILLAGE mao nga nag paminaw lang una ko. kay ug aho gong paliton nga para naho lang, hinakog ang ma hitabo. . im just doing it for personal profit kay hilabihan jud ka barato ning juta-a. sa pag subay naho sa thread, naka sulti ko sa ahong kaugalingon nga ready to go na ni nga project. mao nga hangyo lang ning aho ngadto sa mga developers sa atong village ilabi na ni MACKY FERNIZ nga unta kong mahimo, himoon lang nga tag 500 sq. meters ang pag bahin. instead of 2000 sq. meters. para mas daghan pod ang maka ambit sa grasya. mas maajo man nang daghan ta kay in numbers there is strength. ug 20 lang ka tawo medyo mingaw man. at least kong daghan tang tagija, pwede ang mga "foreigners" mag absentee land owner. mo uli lang ta aron mo bakasyon ug panagsa, duaw sa atong payag sa village, greet the "locals" like AGNES. i think it would be more fun this way. loving and sharing with each other. spread our message to the whole world that there is a community existing based on LOVE. pag higugmaay sa mga silingan. we'll be helping each other . kay mas bug-at man jud ang bolsa natong mga "foreigners". so in times of need, dali ra tang sangpiton kay manag kaila naman tang tanan nga mamoyo sa village. let us transform the friendships we have in our cyber world to the realms of REALITY. let us build this dream. ma realize nato ning TUBAGBOHOL VILLAGE. kinsa tong tig pang lista, palihog lang e apil si MR. BALONG TIKONGKONG. kana kong ka ujonan sa tanan nga 500 sq. meters lang. kay ahong paminaw, left out na jud ko kong 20 persons lang ang bahinan. THANK YOU and MAY GOD BLESS TUBAGBOHOL VILLAGE and its future inhabitants.

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Anonymous Diary Blog / closed love letter
« on: May 30, 2008, 11:15:45 PM »
sorry pipol. di ninjo ma basa ni. closed gud  ;D

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Anonymous Diary Blog / Love Letters 2 Langga
« on: May 08, 2008, 02:53:44 PM »
this topic is for the one and only BALONG. way laing mo post dinhi ha. ako ra jud ni. pwede mo reply ahong LANGGA ug ganahan sija. ug dili sija mo reply, mag bongol mi. sogot gihapon ko. kay ingon ana man jud nang mag mahal. ideally you should love unconditionally. i will give you everything langga. love letters lang gud kay i cannot buy you roses or diamond rings. naa hinoon koy live diamond dako ug O ug modawat ka. pero ug dili ka modawat, basaha na lang ning ahong open letters nimo. gihagit man gud ko sa ahong partner nga mag sulat ko ug open letter. mao nga sukad karon, dili na ko mag PM nimo. aho nang iladlad dinhi sa forum ang gugmang gibati ko.

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Market & Economic Trends / Let's make MONEY: Balong's Inside Story
« on: May 01, 2008, 06:52:45 AM »
sa ahong pag sibya sibya dinhi, usa ra juy natagbo-an naho nga medyo interesado nga mahimong milyonaryo, just like me  ;D ;D ;D mangil ba. pang pa gana lang ni ug basa. kay ug moingon ko nga pordoy ko, way ganahan maminaw. sa ahong sabot, kini  si BOL_ANON KO pareho naho ug duwa.  ug medyo naa pod si LINDY nag sogod ug simhot simhot. ang ahong gi advertise ninjo nga UTUC pang long term. karon taga-an ta mo ug dinali-an..Purple Beverage [PPBV]. kong sugarol mo, use all the money you have on hand to buy shares in this company. nagsugod lang ni sija ug trading last december. i bought 20,000 shares at $1.25. sa pagka karon ang share price sa PPBV miabot na ug $2.71.

Day Low 2:15 PM GMT 2.61   
Day High 7:13 PM GMT  2.71   
Range 0.10   
Volume 171,002   
30-Day Avg. Vol. —   
Difference —   
Market Cap. 149.75 M   
Change 1.65 M   
Shares Out. 55.26 M   
Percent Traded 0.31%   
 
52-Wk Low 1/30/08  1.25 
52-Wk High 2/5/08  8.00   
Range 6.75   
Prev. Close 4/29/08  2.68   
Today's Open 2.69   
Change 0.37% 


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Help & Support / help
« on: April 27, 2008, 02:33:24 PM »
naa koy thread dinhi inquiring about bohol's resorts. i wrote it under my pseudonym FORTUNE. nakalimot na ko ug asa to dapit. naa na may nanghatag ug links. naka inquire ko sa flushing meadows ug sa panglao island nature resort. okey kaajo ang flushing meadows. ang panglao island wa juy ayo. nag email ko. nanawag ko sa phone. ambot ning mga tawhana. mag advertise sa internet pero dili man mo entertain. mao nga naka decide ko karon nga e scrap na naho ang panglao island nature resort. gusto unta ko didto kay bag-o pa gud ni sija. very frustrating jud oi. tungod sa ka dako aning kalibotan ni mike, nawala na ko. wa na ko ka balik sa ahong thread. kadtong nag respond sauna, please give me your links now. kay aron ma book na naho ahead of time. kay next year mo bakasyon ko sa namingawan nahong bohol. i want to book the entire resort. please, someone out there, plug in your favorites. ug kadto pong nag hatag naho sa link sa flushing meadows, will you please kindly give me the link again. anybody out here who has a favorite resort, pahibaw-a ko. id like to look at everything. dili baja akoy mo bayad. dili tawon ko milyonaryo. sologoon lang ko...THANK YOU

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Love Talk / BALONG and ELAINE'S LOVE STORY
« on: April 26, 2008, 06:40:10 PM »
palihog lang.....please DO NOT REPLY to this thread. kay mag lisod ta ug subay sa estorya kong naay daghang mo tabang ug sulat. pasagdan lang nato si elaine nga mo sumpay aning ijang estorya. kong atong ma hinomdoman, si MISS ELAINE BINONG usa ka single mom. i was deeply touched by her because in some ways, i am a single dad, most of the time. because due to circumstances beyond our control, nag ka bulag mi ug pinoyanan ni mrs. wala baja mi mag divorce. buwag lang ug balay. kanunay man sija mo bisita dinhi sa florida. tua si mrs. mag pojo sa new york uban sa ijang parents. so in some ways, naay pagka similar ang mga kinabuhi namo ni elaine. mao nga gi encourage naho si elaine nga mo relate usab sa ijang kaagi. kay ganahan jud ko kaajo mo basa ug mga real life stories... mao nga atong pa sumpayan ni elaine ang ijang estorya...

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Special Dates and Events / happy 1st beerthday tubagbohol.com
« on: April 21, 2008, 07:32:11 PM »
hala tagay na.... ;D ;D ;D

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Anonymous Diary Blog / world peace thru the INTERNET
« on: April 11, 2008, 04:04:36 AM »
i would like to share this to everyone. im just doing my little part in spreading this message of peace for our world. we are all interconnected. brothers and sisters. hope you all join.



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Family & Parenting / POLL....padajon ba or dili ang wedding
« on: April 06, 2008, 01:54:12 PM »
nang lood na man ang bride. gusto pa gihapon ang groom mag dajon. busa naa na ninjo mga viewers ang hukom kong madajon ba ang BALONG ORCHIDS WEDDING. mo hangjo ko sa support sa atong mga readers and viewers, sponsors, donors, guests, ninongs and ninangs. please voice out your opinions nga favor mo nga padajon ang among wedding ni langga.

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Love Talk / ELAINE's LOVE STORY
« on: March 29, 2008, 04:50:44 PM »
My Own Love Story

It all started when i was freshman in college. We were required to choose between CWTS and MTS (formerly ROTC) ug didto jud ko sa MTS kay nabitin ko sa CAT sa high school. I was the EX-O of the Bravo Company in high school but la jud mi kasuway ug handle ug kadete mga nakahukom nga ipadayon akong pagka officer sa college despite the Psy War we got during the first day of recruitment...

As the training went by, we were trained to live by certain codes of conduct. Mostly repeated jud ng, camaraderie among our batchmates: igsoon ra mi tanan, way biyaay, way uyabay...

Our Acceptance which will mark the transition from being trainees to 4th Class Officers was held on the 2nd Saturday of October '03. On the night before, on our Hell Night, we we're introduced to our batchmates from our sister unit. But there was not much of an introduction really, we know they are there but we really didn't get to know them, even their names because we were mostly running, doing exercises, following whatever orders our senior officers told us. Morning came, and we were off to our Acceptance Venue, Dominguez Beach in Panglao.

After the usual rites: Naval Dozen, stationing, and the awarding of Diplomas and medals, everything turned into a beach party with the observance of Military Discipline...

Still, we, me and my female batchmates, didn't really mingled with our batchmates from our sister unit. We were enjoying the day with our seniors and batchmates and also probably because they were all men. However, our Batch President and the President of our sister unit's batch have arranged to have a beach outing, just us without our seniors, the following Saturday.

Through a series of text messages and short meetings of which i was never able to attend due to certain school activities,  we were able to come up with a decent outing. We planned to meet at the Panglao terminal that afternoon and take a jeepney to BBC. We arrived ahead of our batchmates from PMI. When they came, they told us that we will change venue because their 1st Class Seniors have also decided to have a beach outing that day and in the same venue.

Although i felt their sentiments, personally i was a bit disappointed because i have a big crush on one of their 1st Class Seniors! But still, i was happy with the change because i do want to get to know our other batchmates. Although it turned out that the venue were transferring to was on the side of our first option and have bad cottage and lighting, we were having an overnight, that we decided to return to our first option, and ended inviting our seniors to join us, there were only four of them.

At around midnight, we were already acquainted, most of our batchmates were already drunk and i was kilig all over because Red, my crush, was there. Despite the situation we remained wholesome, and no sweetums whatsoever. We've been dry for a while, so all of us decided to went back to swimming and play tag. After a while some went back to the cottage while a few of us remained on the water, me, Dolly (close friend nku), Jason (batchmate namo sa PMI), and Robert (President sa PMI)...

We were talking about our experiences during the training and other school stuff, when out of the blue, Robert told me nga, "Batch, andam nku isakripisyo akong pagka-4th Class para nimo". I was shocked! Still, composed as ever I replied, "Hmmm, hubog na jud ka batch!" And forget about it. I was flattered by his statement but since xa ang gasulti so wala lang, i consider all my batchmates as my brothers and his no exception. Ingana ko ka affected sa akong training, i always observe Military Discipline, even until now, but in the appropriate way. Usa pa sad, busy kog kakilig sa akong crush.. Heheheh...

The following morning, as we were to part ways, Jason told Robert if he remembered what he said to me the night before, la xa mitubag dayon, tan aw lang xa nku, then he said shyly "Tininuod baya to..." And la lang ko, "Diha ka, la pa man cguro ka huwasi!" As in, deadma jud ka sa iyang pa sweet sweet effect,  because para nku sayop jud nga tubayan nku xa, Batch gud mi!

After the outing, medyo na suod namo among batch sa PMI, laag mi sa BQ but mostly, mag stambay na mi sa Bilyaran nila Jason after MTS formation on Saturdays. Daghan sad mi mangadto, mga 6 or seven sa among batch. I really didn't know how to play billiards then, and since si Robert ang always, either dili mag-duwa or walay makontra, siya ang nahimo nakong mentor.. Hmmm, medyo tsansing gamay, pero dili man sad invasive.. I kept telling him its useless to teach me but he's insistent, so in the end, i consented. And after sometime, I came to like the game. But still, la gihapon ko na develope niya, para nku sayop jud na.

During the Second Semester, Robert was not able to enroll, and so nahug nga nabiyaan xa namo in terms of ranks. End of School Year 04-05, we were busy preparing for our training for the Advanced Officership in Cebu that summer. He was not able to join us because there was a 10 person quota, and the active 4th Class were prioritized.

On our way to Cebu, Jason gave me a letter from Robert. And I was just laughing very hard when i read it, actually, nothing's really funny in the letter, in fact, it was serious. Pero baw ngano, gakatawa jud ko pag-ayo, gabasa sa iyang letter.

Our training in Cebu lasted for two months, approximately. And we got very homesick at times... We only went home for 4 times all throughout the duration of our training. His letter really helped me through my depressing moments during the training.

After the training, we came back to Bohol and classes resumed. During the Acquaintance Party, we meet again and gi-suna ko niya about sa letter. Well by then, i started to reconsider his application... hmmm,  Since, technically, dili na mi batch and i've started to see him in a different view.

We started going out and after sometime i considered telling him yes, but, galibog ko kay hay, nabuang pa jud ko sa akong crush at that time. I didn't want to go into a relationship nga laing taw akong huna-hunaon... So, gi-klaro sa nku akong kaugalingon..

At the start of August, he informed me that he will be leaving for Mindanao, and that he don't know when he'll be back.. He asked about us, and it just dawned on me that, although, i don't feel those feelings i have for Red in him, Robert is more of a man than Red (certified playboy xa). So ako syang gi ingnan nga kung unsa xa kadugayon mo stay sa Mindanao, mao sad ang kadugayon nga huwaton niya inig balik niya dri sa Bohol before naku xa sugton.

We parted ways, on the day of his departure, he asked me to accompany him at the pier. And since it's within walking distance from where i live, i agreed to be there. We just talked about general things and as he was about to board ship, i gave him a letter with my pic(which he's been asking for a long time). In my letter, i told him how his letter helped me through the training and that i hope when he feels homesick, he'll remember home when he reads my letter. I also wrote, "Absence does to love what the wind does to fire, it feeds the strong and extinguishes the weak." as a footnote.

He stayed there for two weeks and after two weeks, on the 4th of September '04, I said "Ok, yes! Uyab na ta." And since then, until now uyab gihapon mi... with a one-year old daughter and plans to be married in the future, after he finish his studies.

                 TO BE CONTINUED


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Family & Parenting / Internet Wedding...Balong and Orchids
« on: March 24, 2008, 06:39:00 AM »
okey ba mo  ;D

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Anonymous Diary Blog / blessed easter to LANGGA ORCHJDS
« on: March 22, 2008, 08:07:20 AM »
The die has been cast.  It is set in stone. The plans have been carefully laid out for failure.  Your failure.  Generation upon generation have come and gone, each leaving its own personal mark of tragedy to be passed on to the next.  Insanity, addiction, anger, rejection, rebellion, indifference - all, silently passed from one generation to another and now to you.  The object has always been to ensure you'd never get very far.  No one else in your family has, so why should you?

 

Still . . .

 
You look in the mirror and wonder who it is looking back at you.  There's an emptiness inside of you that refuses to be filled.  You've tried everything to drown it out.  Drugs, alcohol, food, sex, work, money. . . religion, but it's still there.  A small voice sometimes whispers to you that there's more to life than this and a part of you rebels at the injustice of it all.  In moments of desperation you wonder, "Is this all there is?" and a part of you slowly dies.

 

Now. . .

 
In a garden, very late at night, there is a man on his knees sobbing in agony.  In his short life he has been betrayed, mocked, ridiculed, abandoned and has now been sentenced to die - a long and horrific death by unspeakable torture.  If that weren't bad enough, everyone he knew abandoned him.  One, in particular, had been paid to turn him in.  His heart is broken and his grief is overwhelming.  He pleads to God for mercy. "If there's any other way. . ." he cries.

 

He is literally sweating blood.

 

In the midst of his plea he hears a voice crying.  The sound is faint at first, but it grows louder and louder.  It is a terrible sound.  He closes his eyes and puts his hands over his ears, but it grows louder.  He opens his mouth to scream when suddenly he sees the source of the noise and he is stopped short. 

 

It's you.

 

Born into a life you did not ask for or deserve, he saw you.  Every pain, every joy, every moment of your life, the good and the bad - he saw you.   In the darkest hour that any man has ever endured, you were what came to mind.  His love and longing for you in that moment was so intense that he ceased to struggle with his fate.  With the tears from his face he wiped yours clean and he smiled at you. "I'll do it for you," he said.  "I'll do it all for you."

 

What comes next has been talked about and filmed in graphic detail.  Most experts agree that we cannot really comprehend the gruesomeness or the horror of his death.  It is said that he was beaten beyond all recognition as a human being.  For more than two thousand years the story of his death has been told until it has become worn, and faded like an old handkerchief.  The graphic nature of what he endured has been lost in the telling until it has become irrelevant in comparison with the things going on in the world now.

 

But not to you.

 

You know what it feels like to say goodbye--to have something you love ripped from your hands.  You know what it feels like to be alone and betrayed and have all hope stripped away.  In your mind's eye you see him in that garden and you know that he saw you.  It was your crying he heard and your tears he wiped away that night.  You see the love in his eyes as he stands up and reaches his hand out to you.  In the mire and horror of your life he saw something worth saving.  He took your place.  He did it for you.

 

"It is finished," he said.  The end.

 

Today, because of what he did, you have a new start.  The very years of history are counted by the day he died.  You are no longer tied to the past or limited by the family or the life you were born into.  He did it to give you a chance at freedom -to give you hope.  Before him there was none and without him there never will be any.  Ever since that day, there are no barriers between God and you except those you put there yourself.  He never leaves you.  Ever.  You walk away all the time, but he never does. He can't leave.  You're his child and he loves you.  Every minute of every day he's right there next to you. . . watching, smiling. . . waiting.

 

Now go. . .

 

You're free.

 

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Public Domain Download / the riddle of FORTUNE
« on: February 25, 2008, 03:06:43 AM »
by now, many of you are suspecting that balong and fortune is the same man. you would be correct and mistake  ;D ;D ;D at the same time. actually we are 3 persons. ako lay mag sisibya kay mao man ni ahong trabaho. most of what you read in the ONE AND ONLY STORY OF BALONG and  A TALE OF FORTUNE  is true. with a little exaggeration of course para ganahan mo mo basa. they are my sexperiences in real life. 2 of us are here in the states. 1 is in europe. we are from the same town in bohol. we own our own corporations and our idea of fuin is giving our money away. ang ahong amo boss , mahimo gihapon ug sijay ahong bata bata kay aho ra man sijang mandaran. gastoon na natong imong kwarta bro kay pa bibo na pod ta. the picture you see is one of the wealthiest men in the states. dili sija mo sogot ug interviewhon. one reporter approached him so he can be featured in the business and financial magazines in the states. he refused. pero aho lang ni sijang kalingawan ug binuang. akoy tig suwat sa ijang OTOGraphy

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Introduce Yourself / The One and Only Story of Balong
« on: September 10, 2007, 06:21:48 PM »
bag-o lang ko dinhi. karon pa jung adlawa ko maka diskobre ani nga website. mahimo ba ug mangutana. kanus-a pa man ni matokod. unsa man nang poll. ahong nahibawan nga poll swimming poll ra man. unsa man pod nang mga nomero ubos sa atong ngan. grado ba na. ug di ta ka pasar ma delete ba atong account. daghang salamat kong kinsa may maka tubag aning ahong mga pangutana.

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