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Photos Unlimited / dead shoes
« on: August 05, 2019, 05:13:00 PM »
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Shoes are piled outside the scene of a mass shooting including Ned Peppers bar,
Sunday, Aug. 4, 2019, in Dayton, Ohio. Several people in Ohio have been killed
in the second mass shooting in the U.S. in less than 24 hours, and the suspected
shooter is also deceased, police said. John Minchillo/AP

Philippine Photo Gallery / Re: Davao Mango
« on: August 05, 2019, 04:29:52 PM »
naay daghang mango si mrs. more than 8000 mango trees. naka tabang pa ko ug tanom sauna sa bag-o pa ming kasal sa ahong asawa. my father in law was the president of the sugar cane planters association in davao. when he retired, mi undang siya sa tubo. gi convert to mango plantation ang iyang mga yuta

Basketball | NBA-PBA / Re: BALONG Basketball League
« on: August 05, 2019, 04:26:21 PM »
ka lami na lang jud ang lechon ni papa. walang sinabi ang la loma lechon sa manila. as i have said, bisan tuod no read no write tong ahong amahan. gi buhi mi niya sa tarong nga paagi. moray ahong kalipay sa bata pa ko, duwa ug basketbol. one time, gi apas ko ni papa sa basketbolan ug didto gi bokbok sa iyang bakos kay wa man ko mo uli ug sayo sa balay. unsaon lingaw man jud ko ug basketbol, enjoy with other kids. ga hilak intawon ko uli sa balay.

kanang mag lechon si papa, sawdon namo ang sabaw nga ga tulo gikan sa lechon ug maoy among ibahog sa kan-on. pastilang pag ka pobre na lang jud namo.

mapasalamaton ko sa GINOO. miabot na ko sa ingon ani nga kahimtang where i can do what i want. karon ra man mahitabo ni sa maribojoc nga naay duwa para sa mga tiguwang nga ingon ani kadak-a ang premyo. THANK YOU LORD

Philippine Provinces / Re: Construction Worker Nanglugos
« on: August 05, 2019, 04:17:00 PM »
pagka kwanggol tawhana. naay daghang borikat nganong mang logos pa man

Basketball | NBA-PBA / Re: BALONG Basketball League
« on: August 04, 2019, 11:56:51 PM »
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Basketball | NBA-PBA / Re: BALONG Basketball League
« on: August 04, 2019, 11:38:23 PM »
basketball is my passion. looy kaajo ko sa bata pa ko. sa maaribojoc man gud naay liga kada pasko. unya di intawon ko maka apil. kay way team mo pick up naho. porya bujag perte man pod nahong banga-a. pero bisan pa ug banga ka, kong membro ka sa high society, adunahan, naay daghang mo kuha nimo. unsaon man gud, i was born to the poorest of the poor. way klarong trabaho ahong papa. no read no write to sija. but by GOD he raised us up sa bisan unsa na lang, mamasol, mangihaw ug baboy unya mag lechon pod. original lechonero of our town. perteng lami-a jud ang lechon ni papa.

usahay mo uban ko ug pamasol. bugsay bugsay lang intawon. way pumpboat kay lagi perte man ming pobreha. maayo siya manguha ug lapulapu. kong naa na gani 2 or tolo ka lapu lapu mo uli na mi. kiskisan to ni papa ug hiwa hiwa-on. dad-on pod ni mama sa merkado. tapokon. tag 50 centavos ang tapok. that is how we survived.

Photos Unlimited / Shaquille O’Neal And Nicole Alexander
« on: August 01, 2019, 07:22:55 PM »
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Shaquille O’Neal And Nicole Alexander
Shaquille O’Neal couldn’t get any hoops from the free throw line. But he got Hoopz, aka Nicole Alexander, from the VH1 reality show line! She, at 5’2″, won Flavor Of Love and I Love Money. And he, at 7’1″, won a bunch of basketball awards or whatever, who cares, bring back Flavor Of Love! It rules!

Basketball | NBA-PBA / Re: BALONG Basketball League
« on: August 01, 2019, 04:24:55 PM »
sa pagka karon, limited to maribojoc players lang. in the future, maybe i will open it up so other towns can join

General Topic / Re: Balong Bread
« on: August 01, 2019, 07:49:31 AM »
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Asia | Middle East / Re: WANTED Hamza Bin Laden
« on: August 01, 2019, 07:44:57 AM »
Hamza bin Laden, the son of and possible successor to terror kingpin Osama bin Laden, is dead, a new report said Wednesday.

The US has gathered intelligence that the al Qaeda leader’s son had died, NBC News reported, citing a trio of US officials.

The sources would not discuss details of where or when the younger bin Laden died or whether the US played a role in his demise, and President Trump declined comment at the White House.

“I don’t want to comment on it. I don’t want to comment on that,” he said.

Hamza bin Laden’s last known public statement, released by al Qaeda in 2018, included threats against Saudi Arabia and called on the people of the Arabian peninsula to revolt against their rulers.

Navy SEALs killed Osama bin Laden in 2011 during a raid on his hideout in Abbottabad, Pakistan.

Hamza was not found at the compound, but letters seized from the compound suggested the top 9/11 plotter wanted his son to join him in Abbottabad so he could groom him as a leader.

“Hamza is being prepared for a leadership role in the organization his father founded” and was “likely to be perceived favorably by the jihadi rank-and-file. With the Islamic State’s ‘caliphate’ apparently on the verge of collapse, Hamza is now the figure best placed to reunify the global jihadi movement,” counterterror expert and former FBI agent Ali Soufan said in 2017, according to the network.

Asia | Middle East / Re: WANTED Hamza Bin Laden
« on: August 01, 2019, 07:43:11 AM »
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Osama Bin Laden (left) with his son Hamza bin Laden

Asia | Middle East / Re: WANTED Hamza Bin Laden
« on: August 01, 2019, 07:42:16 AM »
He’s Osama bin Laden’s son, the husband of 9/11 hijacker Mohamed Atta’s daughter — and now Public Enemy No. 1 to the State Department, which just put a $1 million bounty on him.

Hamza bin Laden is emerging as a powerful key leader of al Qaeda, bringing his father’s cutthroat cachet and a youthful energy to the terror network his dad once led — and prompting US authorities to try to cut him off at the pass.

The State Department this week announced the reward for help in hunting Hamza down, calling him “a specially designated global terrorist” and dangling the cash under its Rewards for Justice program.

Experts say the 30-something militant, once dubbed the “Crown Prince of Terror,” has been groomed for the deadly role his whole life.

“He’s basically born right after al Qaeda is founded, so his life is totally consumed in the establishment, the formation of al Qaeda and the launching of its war against the West and America,” Thomas Joscelyn, of the Washington, DC-based Foundation for Defense of Democracies, told The Associated Press.

Hamza, one of his father’s estimated 26 children, sought Dad’s approval from a young age and wanted bin Laden to make him the network’s heir apparent.

Described as bin Laden’s favorite son, Hamza grew up in the family’s strict religious compound in Jalalabad in eastern Afghanistan, which was home to more than 60 people, including the relatives of other terrorists who worked with bin Laden.

Speaking exclusively to The Post in 2017, Hamza’s childhood friend, Abdurahman Khadr, said the children were forced to memorize the Koran at the compound’s mosque while their fathers planned terrorist strikes, presumably including those of Sept. 11, 2001.

Hamza was a bit of a rebel, his old pal said.

He loved drinking Coke and spicing up his food with Tabasco sauce — two forbidden Western items.

Hamza was “always trying to sneak stuff in that we weren’t allowed to have,” Khadr said.

Hamza would have been around 12 years old at the time of the 9/11 attacks.

But two months later, Al Jazeera obtained footage of Hamza, wearing a turban and traditional Afghan dress, and three of his brothers handling weapons and picking through the debris of a downed US helicopter — all part of an al Qaeda media campaign.

The footage showed Hamza proudly reciting a poem in Arabic, praising then-Taliban leader Mullah Mohammad Omar.

Still, the elder bin Laden reportedly feared for his son’s safety and wanted to send him away to study after the attacks.

But Hamza begged his dad to let him join the fight and eventually went to Pakistan for terrorist training.

Hamza ended up being reunited with his father in Pakistan after the US-led invasion of Afghanistan, sparked by 9/11.

In 2008, an extremist Islamic website published a poem said to be written by the son.

“Accelerate the destruction of America, Britain, France and Denmark,” it read, earning him the “Crown Prince of Terror” moniker.

The son is believed to have been living with his father and mother, Khairiah Saber, one of bin Laden’s several wives, at a secret compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, in 2011, when Navy SEALs carried out the nighttime raid that killed the terror chief.

Also killed in the raid was Osama’s eldest son, Khaled.

Saber, a Saudi-born child psychologist who was reportedly bin Laden’s favorite wife, survived.

Hamza was never found.

According to the State Department, letters seized in the raid indicated the terrorist mastermind was grooming his son to replace him as the leader of the extremist group.

In his first audio message released on the al Qaeda website in 2015, Hamza called for the network’s followers to wage “holy war” on Washington, London, Paris and Tel Aviv.

“If you think that your sinful crime that you committed in Abbottabad has passed without punishment, then you thought wrong,” he said.

In a propaganda video released May 2017, he called for “lone-wolf” attacks, echoing methods used by ISIS.

At one point, he declared, “We are all Osama.’’

Hamza has vowed to avenge his father’s death, and authorities are particularly concerned that, at a time when al Qaeda’s influence might seem to be waning, he could provide it with a younger convincing voice.

The terrorist organization’s aging leaders — including its current chief, Ayman al-Zawahiri, 67 — have struggled to inspire militants around the world, but Hamza has his father’s legacy behind him, analysts note.

Now that ISIS is withering in Syria, US authorities believe this could be the perfect time for an al Qaeda resurgence.

And Hamza is likely the next person at the helm, experts say.

A UN Security Council committee called him “the most probable successor” to the network.

But the question remains: Where is Hamza?

Saudi Arabia announced on Friday that it had revoked his citizenship in November. His father was born in the Saudi capital, Riyadh.

Osama bin Laden’s wives and surviving children still live there, where they have been granted refuge.

But the whereabouts of Hamza, his wife and their three children remain unclear. He was reportedly married in 2009 in Iran to Atta’s daughter.

Some reports suggest they still live in Iran, guarded by Iranian intelligence and military officials, while some officials think he may be heading to south central Asia.

Either way, it’s like looking for a needle in a haystack.

“He could be anywhere,’’ a State Department official acknowledged.

US officials had spent a decade hunting his father after 9/11.

Last year, family members urged Hamza not to follow in his father’s footsteps.

In an interview with The Guardian in August, Osama bin Laden’s mother, Alia Ghanem, said, “I don’t want to go through this again.

“When we thought everyone was over this, next thing I knew was Hamza saying, ‘I am going to avenge my father.’

“If Hamza was in front of me now, I would tell him, ‘God guide you. Think twice about what you are doing. Don’t retake the steps of your father. You are entering really negative and horrible parts of your soul.’ ”

Asia | Middle East / Re: WANTED Hamza Bin Laden
« on: August 01, 2019, 07:39:45 AM »
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Asia | Middle East / WANTED Hamza Bin Laden
« on: August 01, 2019, 07:39:13 AM »
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Basketball | NBA-PBA / Re: BALONG Basketball League
« on: July 27, 2019, 11:52:22 AM »
panggaon ning mga tiguwang nga players pareha naho. para ma encouraged nga mo duwa ug balik. tagaan ug daku nga premyo. wa may kaso ning mga batan-on. naay daghang mga liga para nila. mao nga na undang ko ug broadcast sa very hot topic nga WW3 US vs. Iran kay mi bakasyon man ko sa bohol. took a month break kay gilaayan na ko sa trabaho nga naa kanunay sa computer ga sunod sa stock market. went home july 2 and now im back here in the states. arrived yesterday. will relax for a month then go back to bohol by september to play basketbol. at 67 i still can shoot. this is the correct spelling not sIYOT hihihi

Basketball | NBA-PBA / BALONG Basketball League
« on: July 26, 2019, 03:42:12 PM »
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nag sugod na ug dula ang BALONG BASKETBALL LEAGUE. once a week ang duwa. every saturday at the maribojoc gym. once a week lang kay dili na pwede ning mga tiguwang mo duwa kada gabii. ang championship unya sa november 23.

Photos Unlimited / love story
« on: June 29, 2019, 10:18:44 AM »
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Photos Unlimited / Re: 103 yr. old woman runner
« on: June 29, 2019, 01:20:44 AM »

An active centenarian has picked up the gold at the Senior Games for multiple events this week.

Julia “Hurricane” Hawkins of Baton Rouge, La., was competing in the games’ women’s 100 plus division in Albuquerque, N.M., when she completed the 50-meter dash Monday, and reportedly set a new record.

In addition to the 50-meter, the 103-year-old former teacher is also a world record holder in her age group for the 100-meter dash, which she completed in under 40 seconds two years ago, KRQE reported, as well as the 60-meter dash, which she ran in 24.75 seconds.

Though this year, Hawkins competed and completed the 100-meter dash in a little over 46 seconds — winning her division, but not beating her record.

Hawkins, who didn’t start running until age 101, said she prefers training outside in her garden in Louisiana.

“I have an acre of land and I have 50 kinds of trees, and I’m working on them all the time,” Hawkins said to KRQE.

More than just a record holder, Hawkins wants to be an inspiration to other people her age.

“I hope I’m inspiring them to be healthy and to realize you can still be doing it at this kind of an age,” Hawkins said.

Talk of the Town / Re: WW3 US vs Iran
« on: June 29, 2019, 01:07:14 AM »
DUBAI (REUTERS) - IRAN said on Friday it had formally filed a complaint to the United Nations against the United States over the violation of its airspace with an unmanned drone shot down by Tehran earlier this month, the semi-official Tasnim news agency reported.

"The complaint was filed to the U.N. Security Council over the aggression against our airspace by the American drone ... the complaint states that Tehran reserves the right to respond firmly if the U.S. repeats the violation," Tasnim quoted deputy Foreign Minister Gholamhossein Dehghani as saying.

Tensions spiked between Tehran and Washington after Iran downed a U.S. military drone on June 20 that it said was flying over one of its southern provinces on the Gulf. Washington said the drone was shot down over international waters.

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