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« Reply #40 on: December 16, 2007, 09:52:14 PM »

Mga sobre ra na siya Grazie san,puro hinapon hinuon nakasulat.
Diha isulod ang kwarta nga i-regalo nila.Yes mga cute kaayo.and I love this things.

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« Reply #41 on: December 16, 2007, 10:11:11 PM »
Ako lang sa paibog ug una.Dili bitaw,sample lang .about 2 inches iyang height,very cute jod.Okey ra ingon ani?Sa lubot niya naay japanese character jod nakasulat.But the design basin dili mao na ha?Depende lang baya sa available.

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« Reply #42 on: December 17, 2007, 03:57:08 AM »
Darling B siguro natog kapa ron ug naghagok paba kay ganina kaduha daw ka tawage Ginger wa ka kamata. I understand nagkinahanglan ka daghan energy para sugod napod dokdok unya inig mata.

Di kana mada sa REHAB  day.

Tuod..sigi gyod ko agik ik katawa nagbasa sa imo message. Makalipay ka nako permi B.
Hoy ikaw raba tuod ay gikasabotan himoong contestant diha sa US.
Unya kana subaye tiwas.

Bahin sa imong portion 69. Bisan pila na ako paliton basta siguro nga moeffect? Para makauyab ko dire ug dato unya magpabuntis ko para naay sustento bisan one million kada bulan. Pwede na nato idonate as charity.:-))

Bahin sa prince. Leth ulitawo pa among prince dire pero naa na uyab pero bag.o sila nagbulag. hulame ang portion 69 ni da binsi basin pwede nato danihon.
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« Reply #43 on: December 17, 2007, 03:58:49 AM »
Aya san kalami ani...sus hadlok man na email basin mabuak. Dad-a lang sa Bohol inig EB nato puhon sa June-july?

Sigi mag confe ta unya...hulaton nato ginger.


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« Reply #44 on: December 17, 2007, 04:03:09 AM »
B bahin sa imong question sa ABBA. si Anni Frid to. read this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anni-Frid_Lyngstad


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« Reply #45 on: December 17, 2007, 04:27:31 AM »

Cel sayang kaayo..duha to ka kahon akong phonecards na gamit kay nagtinda ko sa una pod ug phonecards sa internet unya ako ray mokoskos ug code na ako isend nila. Ako na na nuon nalabay sa pagbalhin namo. sayang. lainlain to klase. sagdi ra sunod ako na tigomon.

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« Reply #46 on: December 17, 2007, 05:14:48 AM »

bitaw ai, kalami ba ani oi.  akong banana kay mahilig ug mga japanese items, apili baya ko aya san inig eb nato puhon sa pinas ha, hehhehe

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« Reply #47 on: December 17, 2007, 09:04:00 AM »
So far, my newest hobby has been in reading into Philippine History, which I humbly admit that prior to an independent study of this semester, was rather limited. As an avid reader of history, my interests primarily have been in reading anthropology, and European History my favorites have always included [the Reconquista Epoch of Spain, the rise of the Imperium Hispanicana], [French Revolution], [European Enlightenment Thought and Response], [Napoleonic Wars, Franko-Germano Wars, Americana-Brittanican War]. My interests in Asian history was rather limited, primarily towards China and Japan. However as of late, I have been reading perfusely into Philippine Nationalism and Philippine Revolutionary History. It is an addiction, to say the least.

There is so much drama, intrigue, politics, theoretical ideology and military dare in our history. Reading into it has been like an orgasm in the mind, our history is that of a miscegenation of pure Western Enlightenment thought (Voltairian, Lockian, Montesquiean, Robespierrian etc), Hispano-Malay religiosity, indigenous Malay revolutionary regionalism.

From reading the revolutions in Asia, namely India, Japan, and China, none of them even comes close to the level of sophistication to that of the Philippines. No other nation in Asia manifests so much 'Western thought' as that of the Philippines, our mastery and adoption of traditional and conservative 'Western' culture: namely the Roman Catholic Faith, Romanized langual format, Roman-Greco Juris culture. It is rather fascinating reading about Philippine Cultural evolution and Revolutionary writings because the way it is written is similar to the penny-university writings during the French Revolution. Beautiful. Only in the Philippines is where absolute Western philosophies is manifested in Asia so perfectly--yet in union with the indigenous cultural psyche. Only in the Philippines. It is our strength, yet also our weakness. Filipino revolutionary leaders such as Calderon, Rizal, del Pilar, Lopez Jaena, Panganiban, Mabini, and Riviera are just a few of the many hundreds of Filipinos who were schooled in Europe and brought back such heated revolutionary thought back to the Philippines. Filipino revolutionary thinkers were so beautiful, a splendid nostalgia of the past---and their idea of a 'perfect Malaya state' is rather ubiquitous of the Revolutionariastismo phenomenon that took place in Latin America during the early 19th century during the Peninsular Wars.

Filipino Revolutionary history and Philippine History in general: pre-hispanic, hispanic and post-hispanic is beautiful.

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my collection of Philippine History books so far; love them all

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My favorite; 'El Filibusterismo' in Spanish language. The way it was meant to have been read.

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Philippine Folklore History books.

All of these are hobbies :)  8)

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« Reply #48 on: December 17, 2007, 09:21:37 AM »
Bran, while the heroes and thinkers of Asia remained in Asia, our Philippine heroes and revolutionaries were exploring Europe and other great nations and capitals of the past.

Like you Bran, I love history books, too. I just don't have the time to read them now. Too engrossed with computer and web stuff. :)

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« Reply #49 on: December 17, 2007, 10:34:41 AM »
We share a common hobby and interest, Mike. I am  honored that we eat of the same fruit of knowledge, in that aspect. You are so correct about that Mike. Even in the 19th century, the Filipino was already mastering European languages, thought, consciousness. While the Chinese, Japanese, Koreans etc were still engrossed in their reversed and backwards meta-physical philosophies.

If you read into Japanese nationalism in the early 20th century, the Privy Council of the Japanese Emperors would make reference to the Filipino Revolutionistas, and the 'Republican' virtues.

One thing that I have gained through reading Filipino history though is a growing distaste of Imperialism.
I have never had such a disdain towards a country as that of the United States, particularly its actions during the Philippine-American War, or how American historians aduaciously call it as 'The Philippine Insurrection". Internally, I am outraged because 1) The Philippines were never a colony of the United States prior to the Philippine-American War, hence there is no legitimacy and basis of the conflict being referred to as an 'Insurrection." The Filipino people during the late 19th century were a civilized, hispanified, westernized people that numbered in the Millions, specifically 8.5 million in number. That was 1/12th of the population of the United States at the time. The Filipino people were more advanced than say Dutch Malaya, French Indochina, Thailand, and China in terms of industry and economy---as it was completely 'Europeanized' in terms of municipality, government, and economy for the last 4 centuries. The the basis for American intervention was to 'Christianize' the 'heathen Filipinos'. Idiocy of the Imperialistic American government under McKinley was that over 95% of the Filipinos in the Philippines during the end of the Philippine Revolutionary War were christian, particularly of the Roman Catholic Church, the traditional and conservative church of Europe.
2) The other reason why I am seethed in this time period was the fact that Spain was coward. Totally and absolutely narcissistic in its actions. It was defeated in the battlefield by the Army of the Revolution under the command of Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo, Gen. Del Pilar. The Philippine Revolutionary Army had a combined force of over 80,000 armed men (many were armed with bolos, yet there were divisions that were armed with rifles, and artillery). Every single province throughout the Philippines were captured by the Revolutionary forces and many of the Gobernadorcillos swore fealty and loyalty to the Republic of Malolos (1st Philippine Republic). And by democratic right, by military sovereignty, the nation was independent of the foreign power. Defeated out outright cornered the last Spanish bastion in Manila.
Had it not been for Dewey, who asked Aguinaldo to restrain the Philippine Revolutionary Army from storming Manila--those Spaniards would have been decimated by the Revolutionary Forces. Treacherous was the Spanish government that they, had the audacity, to 'sell' the Philippines over to the United States. Audacious. Erroneous.

How in all rights as a republic can the United States 'purchase' a foreign territory as massive as the Philippine Archipelago and a population that ran in the Millions. And yet claim that it was not a form of 'slavery'? Is not slavery--the act of buying a person, or group of persons vis-a-vis monetary gain?
Lastly, Spain had NO RIGHT to do so. It was defeated, its legitimacy in the Philippines were evaporated on the day that the Katipunan under Bonifacio ripped their citizenry papers and declared hostility against the Spanish forces.

The Philippines would have been a Great power had we not been raped and deprived of our history, our national sovereignty. I blame the United States for that. It was the United States, that destroyed the Revolution. It was America, and America alone, that was responsible for the deaths of over 2.5 million Filipinos during the Philippine-American War. 1/4 of the Philippine population was eradicated in that war. Filipino revolutionary intelligentsias were arrested and executed by the United States Colonial forces, far worse than what Spain ever did. The 80,000 man strong Philippine Revolutionary Army was completely and utterly decimated. From the bottom-up. Every officer, excluding Aguinaldo was executed, and every soldier was killed. Sparing those who surrendered or routed back to their homes.

The tale of Philippine Nationalism and Revolutionary History is glorious, and yet Pyrrhic. Yes, we defeated the Spaniards, but for a massive price. We tasted freedom for only a brief second, before the sharks came to take their fill. It is not fair, I say. It is not fair for our country to have been raped the way it was by the United States. It is not fair, it was un-American how the United States deprived our country the freedom that we wanted; the very freedom that they fought and bled for to achieve against the British in 1776.

That I cannot forget. And my heart aches for my Philippines to have suffered the way it did.

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« Reply #50 on: December 17, 2007, 04:39:06 PM »




like what?
sus nag baha akoa diri Willsmith, padalhan sad tika... like shower cap? or tanod ug dagom etc? shampoo and lotions? stationery? hotel postcards? unsa ang naa nimo kay ill send you kanang wala ka...i dont collect them ako lang gi hipos kay we are paying for it, labi na ang mga mahalon nga hotel...my banana mag lagut ug manginhas na ko sa hotel kay daghan kuno kiling kiling sa maleta...
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« Reply #51 on: December 17, 2007, 05:30:06 PM »



just a reaction from Dodong's Post...


Jack and Jill went up the hill
to fetch a pail of water...
jack fell down blah-blah-blah...



Think of the lyrics of the song, does it make any sense to you Dodong? Mike??

Going up to the hill to fetch some water?

since when can you find a well on top of the hill when water drilling is so much difficult from atop?


A typical American composition... :-[

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« Reply #52 on: December 17, 2007, 10:39:26 PM »
kadtong key sa hotel Ms. Belle, naa koy usa kabook if gusto ka kay nakalimtan naho tog uli sa front desk.

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« Reply #53 on: December 18, 2007, 01:58:54 AM »
Sigi Day willsmith, aguy dear ipadala na...hahahha

Anyway ining sa sunod, ajaw na iuli, you dount have to, pero ug key nga bronze mas nindot kay rare na na karon... pero i uli lang mga mga bronze nga keys kay basi gukdon ka ug posas sa parking lot!
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« Reply #54 on: December 18, 2007, 08:35:33 AM »
aw mao ba san ba diay ni, mapriso diay ta ana ug ahat?  hehhehe thanks for the pahimangno.

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« Reply #55 on: December 18, 2007, 03:58:38 PM »
Hello friendies,I will go to Tokyo by end of Dec. so next year na nako ma send ang mga colleciones ha?It's good to buy in there kay mas daghang mapilian,and very japanese pod.kung naa pa moy ganahan,tell me na para mausa.And kadtong wala kahatag sa address,pm me ha?

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« Reply #56 on: December 18, 2007, 04:01:39 PM »
Aya san, plz buy me a real Japanese paypay.  I will pay you when you get to Bohol unya akong ipakuha sa akong sister ang paypay na imong dalhon.  Plz, plz, plz!
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« Reply #57 on: December 18, 2007, 04:05:04 PM »
Sure Grazie san,pm me your address na lang,I will send it to you.Para with sobre from Japan ,hahaha

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« Reply #58 on: December 18, 2007, 04:07:37 PM »
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Sure Grazie san,pm me your address na lang,I will send it to you.Para with sobre from Japan ,hahaha
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Aya san, akoa pod please, refrigerator magnet, bayaran lagi ka nako.  thank u.

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« Reply #59 on: December 18, 2007, 04:12:59 PM »
ok willmerit dear,pm me your address pod.hehehe



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