Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Online Sellers Beware!! BIR is now coming!


MANILA – Online traders and entrepreneurs beware, as the Bureau of Internal Revenue this year will start going after those who fail to issue electronic invoices to customers.

Commissioner Kim Jacinto-Henares told reporters that online businesses – such as sulit.com.ph, e-bay Philippines, alibaba.com, ayosdito.ph and multiply.com - would have to be registered with the BIR.

"These businesses shall be registered to us, and that they should be paying the corresponding taxes. Otherwise, we will run after them," Jacinto-Henares said.

She said even entrepreneurs who use their personal Facebook accounts for business transactions would have to comply with the invoicing requirement.

"Some sellers negotiate directly on their personal Facebook accounts, and if these transactions are done on a regular basis, it would make him or her engaged in business, thus they also have to register and issue the necessary receipts and/or invoices," Jacinto-Henares said.

"What happens when you buy is you receive it by e-mail since the negotiation takes place via email or online. The buyer gets the receipt of his or her purchase through e-mail, which in turn, be printed out and the buyer could keep the same," she said.

"This plan will push through hopefully within the year. Under the rules, online sellers shall be registered as such to the BIR, and that their electronic invoicing shall likewise be registered either directly to us or a third-party accredited by us," the BIR chief said.

"The electronic invoicing could be availed of through a third party, but such third-party shall be accredited by the BIR. Meaning, private parties could participate and get the necessary accreditation from us," she added.

Citing Section 237 of the National Internal Revenue Code, the BIR chief said the bureau need not issue a revenue regulation to implement the law requiring the issuance of receipts and sales invoices for online transactions as well as penalties for non-compliance.

SM Mega mall Pasig Ortigas Carnap Kidnap Modus Operandi by Cady Mejia-Subida



REPOST: MODUS OPERANDI

My friend, Candy Mejia-Subida, shared her actual experience. Read her post below:

a word of caution! An incident happened to me yesterday in between megamall and st. Francis square while i was double parked infront of mercury....i was sitting in the drivers side while royet quickly ran to mercury. while i was putting on lipstick and using the rear view mirror i saw a man crossing from megamal to st francis area. We actually made eye contact and he even put a smirk, from then on i had my eye on him (had a bad feeling about him from the very start) so i continued putting lipstick but my eyes were now at the passengers sidemirror...true enough he circled the car and went back to the pedestrian and i saw him signal a group across where he eventually joined a two women with two" umbrellas" and one guy. my heart was beating so fast already (because this is what i read in the "Rachel Samson Torres incident" post).

what was freaky was i could predict every move of theirs because i read that post. the two women and one guy positioned themselves apart from one another one at the back of my car, the other with still an open umbrella right smack infront of my passengers side and the other infront of the car but all on the sidewalk of st. francis side. i knew something was up because when they were crossing they were talking and when they crossed they split up and as if they didnt know ea other.i moved my car a few meters and he said hindi ho hindi ho ( as if saying im not telling you to move) in the meantime i got my fone put it in camera mode and true enough the guy goes up to my side and is pointing to my rear tire ...my goodness i couldnt believe that was the very exact thing that happened to mommy Rachel Samson Torres. (pls read her post which i will attach) so when he started babbling i put up my fone and took his foto he immediately covered his face and said no no no and he walked away towar the st. francis guard. i wanted him to know that i knew something was up thats the reason i took his foto so he would go away from me.

 ..(note: he even tapped the rear of the car and spoke to the guard). At this point i had rang royet to come out. I saw the girls and guy cross back to megamall side so i opened my window and started calling the megamall guard and i kept saying guard yun naka orange and red and white stripes...they were walking ever so calmy but moved significantly faster coz they could hear me screaming by then.royet gets into the car and we drove to find the 2 girls and guy but they had entered megamall already. we turned the car back and looked for the gurd of st. francis who he spoke to and we asked what the guy had said.....According to the guard the man asked if "we" could park in a slot.

(Note: Imagine.. the guard actually thought all the while he was with us coz the man "tapped" the car before he approached the guard(apparently a contingency move if they are almost busted). i feel so fortunate that mommy rachel made a very detailed report on the new modus operandi if not for her chances are the girl nearest to me would have opened the passenger door if i opened my lock to check on what the guy was fictitiously pointing at. (note in the picture that all this was happening with the megamall guard a few meters away behind him. in my case Awareness played a key role therefore it is my duty to make others aware through sharing my experience so we can minimize being victimized. P.S. feel free to re-post this and his picture...he probably thinks i got a clear shot of him and his cohorts, which is what i would want him to think. Friends, let us be extra vigilant!!!!

SM Mega mall Poveda Carnap Kidnap Modus Operandi by Rachel Samson Torres


heres the incident .
Just sharing, so you will all be careful. PLEASE READ

Rachel Samson Torres
July 9, 2012
WARNING TO ALL, ESPECIALLY TO POVEDA PARENTS, DRIVERS, YAYAS:

LAST FRIDAY, JULY 7, 2012, AT AROUND 12:20-12:40PM, AS I WAS PICKING UP MY GRADE 5 DAUGHTER IN POVEDA, I HAD A NEAR HOLDUP/CARNAP/CARJACK EXPERIENCE.
I DROPPED MY YAYA ON GUADIX DR. CORNER POVEDA ST. , THEN I PARKED MY CAR ON ADB AVE., VERY NEAR GUADIX DR. ,BY THE SIDEWALK OF ADB AND WAITED INSIDE THE CAR.

WHILE WAITING, I WAS BUSY TEXTING. AFTER ABOUT 5-10 MINS., I HEARD SOME SOUND LIKE SOMEONE WAS TOUCHING THE LEFT REAR SIDE OF MY CAR. I COULD SEE THREE WOMEN IN THE CORNER OF MY EYE. I WAS ABOUT TO UNLOCK THE DOOR SINCE I THOUGHT IT WAS MY DAUGHTER AND YAYA. THEN A MAN KNOCKED ON MY WINDOW SAYING, “MAY SUSI NA NAIPIT.”, WHILE POINTING TO THE LEFT REAR SIDE OF MY CAR, AS HE WAS HOLDING A CELLPHONE AND A CAR KEY.

I COULDN’T UNDERSTAND CLEARLY WHAT HE WAS SAYING. I WAS ABOUT TO GO DOWN AND LOOK, THEN I SUDDENLY GOT SCARED. IT JUST DAWNED ON ME THAT THIS MUST BE ONE OF THOSE “MODUS OPERANDI” THAT TED FAILON HAS BEEN WARNING DRIVERS, ESPECIALLY THE WOMEN OF.

THEN I REALIZED I SHOULDN’T HAVE OPENED MY WINDOW. SO I CLOSED IT RIGHT AWAY. THE THREE LADIES WERE UNDER A WHITE WITH RED HEARTS UMBRELLA, LOOKING DOWN NEAR MY LEFT REAR WHEEL. I COULDN’T SEE THEIR FACES BECAUSE OF THE UMBRELLA. I WAS THINKING THEIR “SUSI” MIGHT HAVE BEEN RAN OVER BY MY WHEEL, SO I STARTED MY CAR AND SLIGHTLY MOVED IT FORWARD. I WAS WAITING FOR THEM TO PICK UP THE “SUSI”, BUT THE LADIES JUST LEFT AND WALKED TOWARDS GUADIX DR., AND THE MAN WENT BACK TO MY WINDOW SIDE AND SAID THE SAME THING AGAIN. I MOVED THE CAR SLIGHTLY FORWARD AGAIN AS I WAS READY TO SPEED AWAY. THEN HE LEFT, GOING TOWARDS THE LADIES WHO WALKED.

I WATCHED THEM WHILE THEY WERE WALKING. THE MAN WAS TALKING TO SOMEONE ON HIS CELLPHONE OR MAYBE PRETENDING. THEN THE MAN WALKED BACK TOWARDS ADB AGAIN, THIS TIME WALKING ON THE SIDEWALK OF ADB. I WAS READY TO LEAVE IF HE EVER COMES BACK TO ME AGAIN. BUT HE JUST CONTINUED WALKING STILL TALKING ON HIS CELLPHONE.

THEN FINALLY, MY YAYA AND MY DAUGHTER ARRIVE. I ASKED HER IF HER KEYS ARE WITH HER OR MAYBE “NAIPIT” BY THE DOOR. BUT IT WAS IN HER BAG.

SO WE LEFT AND MOVED TOWARDS THE DIRECTION OF PODIUM. THE MAN WAS WALKING TOWARDS THE SAME DIRECTION AND TALKING ON HIS CELLPHONE.

ON HINDSIGHT, HE WAS GIVING ME THE IMPRESSION THAT HE WAS A DRIVER OF ONE OF THE STUDENTS’ CARS, THAT’S WHY HE WAS SHOWING ME HIS CELLPHONE AND A CAR KEY, AND MAYBE I WOULD FEEL COMFORTABLE AND GET OUT OF MY CAR AND LOOK AT THE REAR LEFT BOTTOM PART OF MY CAR, WHERE THE LADIES WHERE LOOKING AND TO WHERE HE WAS POINTING. THEN THAT WOULD BE HIS CHANCE TO HOLDUP/CARNAP/CARJACK.
UNFORTUNATELY, THERE WERE NO MMDA TRAFFIC AIDES/POLICE IN THE AREA AT THAT TIME. NORMALLY THERE IS ONE AT THE INTERSECTION OF ADB AVE., GUADIX DR., POVEDA ST., AND ONE IN A MOTORCYLE ROVING ALONG ADB AVE.

I WAS LUCKY TO HAVE HEARD TED FAILON’S WARNING THAT MORNING, OVER DZMM RADIO. THAT THE NEW MODUS OPERANDI OF THESE PEOPLE NOW, IS TO TARGET LADY DRIVERS, WHO ARE CAUGHT UNAWARE, BECAUSE THEY ARE BUSY TEXTING, PUTTING ON MAKE-UP, ETC . IT IS NO LONGER THE “RIDING IN TANDEM” STYLE. THERE IS IS JUST ONE GUY ON A MOTORCYLE, WHO PURPOSELY BUMPS YOUR CAR. SINCE IT’S NOT THE “RIDING IN TANDEM” STYLE, YOU FEEL IT’S REALLY AN ACCIDENT, SO YOU GO DOWN TO CHECK, THEN ANOTHER GUY RIDES AND SPEEDS AWAY WITH YOUR CAR. SO HE SAID, IF THAT HAPPENS, JUST IGNORE IT AND MAKE SURE YOU GET OUT OF THE SCENE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

ANOTHER ONE IS, THEY TIE SOME TIN CANS AT THE REAR OF YOUR CAR, SO WHEN YOU MOVE, YOU WILL HEAR THEM SOUND, THEN YOU GO DOWN TO CHECK WHAT IT IS, AND THEY GET YOUR CAR.

SO PLEASE, DEAR PARENTS, PLEASE LOCK YOUR DOORS ALWAYS, INSTRUCT YOUR DRIVERS AND YAYAS TO BE EXTRA, EXTRA VIGILANT. MAKE YOUR CHILDREN AWARE OF THIS. . WE ARE NOT SAFE IN THOSE STREETS. BEST IS TO WAIT ALONG POVEDA ST. WHO KNOWS WHAT COULD BE AFTER A HOLDUP/CARNAP/CARJACK....GOD FORBID.

I THANK GOD, MAMA MARY, MY GUARDIAN ANGEL FOR SAVING ME AND GIVING ME THE PRESENCE OF MIND. AND THANK YOU TED FAILON FOR WARNING US ALL THE TIME!

Friday, July 27, 2012

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Thursday, July 26, 2012

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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Do you still want to be a vegetarian?


Thor's First Cell Phone

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Tuesday, July 24, 2012

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Saturday, July 21, 2012

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Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Win-win with brown rice by Cielito F. Habito


“Once upon a time, unpolished rice—that is, brown rice—was the only rice that Filipinos knew, back when pounding and winnowing were the only means our ancestors had for milling rice,” writes Prof. Ted Mendoza, crop scientist at the University of the Philippines Los BaƱos. “People across Asia ate unpolished rice in great quantities a century and a half ago,” add Robin Broad and John Cavanagh of American University and Institute of Policy Studies, respectively. “When Westerners brought rice mills to the country a century ago, Filipinos found the taste of the new white rice strange, and it took a while [for them] to get used to it.”

The milling machines may have made life somewhat easier, but they also altered the end product altogether, removing the bran from the rice and turning it white. Through time, white rice consumption dominated brown rice, and the latter became associated with poverty, even considered an inferior, “dirty” product. White rice, on the other hand, was considered modern and sophisticated.

But the “modern” and “sophisticated” form of the food also made it unhealthy. Broad and Cavanagh argue that polishing rice into the sparkling white form that most people now prefer has caused major adverse health impacts. First, polishing removes most of the healthy vitamins and minerals found in rice. These include vitamin B and thiamine, the lack of which causes beriberi, a disease that afflicted those incarcerated by Japanese forces in World War II. Beriberi supposedly disappeared when guards let the prisoners cook the bran shavings that came off the polished rice they were fed with. White rice also raises the risk of diabetes, fast rising in the Philippines and elsewhere, as polishing removes nutrients that guard against the disease. Moreover, polished rice causes blood-sugar levels to rise more rapidly than brown rice does, further contributing to diabetes risk.

Polishing rice likewise reduces its protein content. Still other documented advantages of brown rice include reduced risk of gallstones; lower creation of arterial plaque buildup, hence reducing chances of developing heart disease and high cholesterol; high fiber content, thereby helping prevent colon cancer and promoting weight loss; presence of calcium, potassium, selenium, manganese, magnesium and silica, an important mineral for bone health and slowing the aging process… The list goes on. In short, the more polished the rice, the less healthy it is. Apart from type 2 diabetes, higher risks of other illnesses such as heart disease, obesity, cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, etc. are associated with eating well-milled rice. The Asia Rice Foundation favors the term “whole grain rice” over brown rice, which should hold as much appeal to health buffs as whole grain cereal products do in general.

There is another important dimension to the merits of brown rice: It may actually hold the key to our country’s attaining self-sufficiency in rice, a goal that Agriculture Secretary Proceso Alcala seeks to achieve by next year. In the milling of brown rice, only around 28 percent of the husk is removed, unlike white rice that entails removal of 38 percent of the husk. That is, up to 10 percent additional rice volume can be achieved (higher “milling recovery”) from the same amount of palay if milled as brown rather than white rice.
Brown rice is also more filling. Since whole grains contain more nutrients per calorie than polished and refined grains, people need less of it to fill their stomachs—one reason whole grain products are the choice of dieters. Mendoza believes that consuming brown rice would lead people to eat less rice in general— by his estimate, up to 20-40 percent less. He calculates that with brown rice, Filipinos will only consume an average of 84 kilograms per capita, as against the current level of around 110 kilos. With that, he figures that we can forego rice imports altogether with just 50 percent of Filipinos opting for brown rice.

So why don’t we eat more unpolished or whole grain rice? As they asked around, Broad and Cavanagh found the most common answers to be: “White rice tastes better” or “Our children find white rice easier to digest.” Some point out that brown rice takes longer to cook, thus requiring more fuel. Still others mention that brown rice tends to invite more insects, which are attracted to the same nutrients that make it so much healthier for humans. A valid concern is that it is (now) harder to find unpolished brown rice, and contrary to its image as “poor man’s rice,” it is actually more expensive than white rice.

None of these drawbacks is insurmountable.  The taste can be addressed by the proper choice of rice variety, or mixing with well-milled rice. Cooking duration, which is associated with water absorption, can be shortened by soaking brown rice for half an hour before cooking. Proper storage will address insect problems. Scarcity and high price are not because brown rice is harder or costlier to produce; on the contrary, it entails less milling, hence less energy cost. It is the historical decline in consumption explained above that has turned it into a niche market, with its associated higher marketing costs.

Mendoza is confident that with wider consumption of unpolished rice, the supply side will respond appropriately and eventually make healthier brown rice both widely accessible and affordable. But we Filipino consumers need to make the initial step.
And the step is well worth it. We will not only be helping ourselves, toward better health; we will also be helping the country, toward better food security.

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Saturday, July 14, 2012

SMDC Green Residences Construction Failure at Vito Cruz DLSU




The south bound lane of Taft Avenue from Quirino to Vito Cruz was closed due to a portion of the road caving in. The damage occurred in front of the construction site of SMDC Green Residences, beside Andrew Building.


Taft Avenue south bound from Quirino to Vito Cruz is still closed. The damage on the road is now being repaired.

A security guard on the construction site said EEI Corporation will release a statement regarding the incident tomorrow.

Would you still consider buying a condominium built by SMDC??? are they still the good guys?? tsk

Friday, July 13, 2012

RIP Dolphy : 83 things we learned from the Comedy King


1. Being a father is a privilege. Having 18 kids is a greater one.

2. Living long enough to see your grandkids is the greatest.

3. “Hahawakan ko yung kamay, pag binigay, eh di okay. Pag inalis, eh di hindi okay. Pero pag inalis nang dahan-dahan, pakipot pa yun.”

4. His former screen name: Golay.

5. If there’s a Daddy-O, there’s a Baby-O.

6. Playing a transvestite in your 70s: precious.

7. Sons playing transvestites in the same film: priceless.

8. Doing gay roles while being a ladies’ man in real life: amazing.

9.  “Hindi ako masyadong nagdaramdam maski siraan mo ako. Mas masasaktan pa ako pag anak ko ang sinisiraan mo o asawa ko.”

10. Parody films are the best kind of comedy in the 60s.

11. “Kung uukol, talagang bubukol. Masagwa kung lalakarin mo.”

12. “Problema ay may remedy, basta’t may konting comedy.”

13. “Sa mga anak kong babae ngayon, labasan nang labasan. Ang sinasabi ko lang, “Just don’t get pregnant.” Hindi ko puwedeng sabihing wag silang makipagtalik.”

14. “Kumapit ka, kumapit ka, kung ayaw mong magkabukol.”

15. “Basta’t sa iyong paghahain, huwag kalimutan ang lampin.”

16. Always act like an antipatiko when Bernardo Bernardo is around.

17. You can always turn your underdog looks into a money-making comedy empire.

18. He doesn’t like being called a “king”.

19. The funniest sitcoms can stand the test of time, even Martial Law.

20. It’s his honor as a comedian to be insulted by Panchito.

21. It’s Panchito’s honor as a comedian to be insulted by Dolphy.

22. It’s any comedian’s honor to be insulted by Dolphy and Panchito.

23. Doing 39 films in the 50s alone ain’t nothin’ but a thing.

24. Doing 82 films in the 60s alone ain’t nothin’ but a thing.

25. Doing 95 films in the decades that followed ain’t nothin’ but a thing.

26. Nicardo de Carpio is more charismatic than Leonardo Dicaprio.

27. Kevin Cosme is more honorable than Kevin Costner.

28. “Six wives and not married ha. Hanggang ngayon single pa rin ako!”

29. He is the consummate father and husband on television.

30. He is the consummate homosexual in the silver screen.

31. Appearing as Facifica Falayfay in 23 of his films ain’t nothin’ but a thing.

32. Homes found in Da Riles and Da Airport are the most fun.

33. “Nagtatrabaho pa ako, hindi dahil kailangan—ayoko lang talaga ng walang ginagawa.”

34. He says of daughter Zia Quizon: “Hindi ako nagulat na nagka-interes din ang batang ’yan na mag-artista. Maliit pa iyan, kabatuhan na ni Vandolf.”

35. If you have worked both with Fernando Poe Sr. and Moymoy Palaboy, you totally stood the test of time.

36. He was always late during family rosary time.

37. If you woo Zsa-Zsa Padilla in your 60s, you must be doing something right.

38. Shoe-shining during World War II ain’t nothin’ but a thing.

39. “Sa partehan, walang lamangan. Tatlo ang sayo, siyam ang sa akin.”

40. He is neighbors with Freddie Webb. They both have a son who once went to Bilibid.

41. “Nguso’t ilong mo’y ay tihaya, parang pandesal na maga!”

42. Translating Tagalog songs to English is the right way to serenade a lady.

43. Tap dancing can pay the bills. In dollars.

44. After a long, horrendous day there’s nothing better than a glass of Banayad Whisky.

45. “Pag sikat na sikat ka pa, loyal ang mga tao sa iyo dahil you can give them jobs, or kayang-kaya mo pang mag-abot. Pagdating mo sa ganitong punto, loyal na lang ang mga tao sa iyo, kasi, kumbaga, tingin nila, legend ka na.”

46. “Dapat walang katapusan ang pag-aaral kung papano mo mapapaligaya ang tao.”

47. “Kapag nagbigay ka, ang balik sa iyo dalawa.”

48. He claims to be the first Japayuki, dancing for the Japanese during the war.

49. “Ang mga magaling sa comedy, malalim ang kiliti. Hindi mahiram patawanin.”

50. Zsa Zsa believes he is going to outlive everyone.

51. “Nanliligaw ako noon sa patingin-tingin lang.”

52. “Sa showbiz, ang pinaka-mahirap ay mapasok ka sa inner circle ng mga artista.”

53. His talent fee in the 50s: “dalawang pisetas bawat pelikula.”

54. His gigs as a dancer paved the way for his introduction to comedy.

55. A good comedy flick should have a sing and dance segment.

56. He disliked working for the Japanese out of fear that they might “Judo” him.

57. He didn’t do it all by himself.

58. “Nambabae ako nang nambabae. Kumalma din naman ako with age.”

59. “Si Vic Sotto, tahimik ‘yan…pero mapanganib!”

60. Slapstick humor still sells when you’re in your 80s.

61. Actually, when you’re in your 80s, anything you do or say becomes funny.

62. Due to his wide collection of shoes, his grandkids refer to his closet as “shopping mall”.

63. “Ang babaeng walang balakang.”

64. “Mag-ootsenta’y tres na naman ako. Isang kindat pa, dalawa, magnonobenta. Natural, hindi na malakas ang resistensiya ko. Hikain ako no’ng bata, nanigarilyo pa ako, eto ngayon ang napala ko: emphysemang maganda.”

65. “Kung maibabalik ko lang ang panahon, ang unang gagawin ko, hindi ako maninigarilyo. E, nagsimula ako, panahon pa ng Hapon.”

66. He has a penchant for child acting prodigies, from Maricel Soriano to Serena Dalrymple.

67. “Parang nakokornihan sila sa mga hindi terminal na sakit. Ba’t ba kasi ako minamadali, e, sa finish line din naman ang ending nating lahat?”

68. “Hindi kasi ako, ano na nga iyon? Techie, ayun. Hindi ako marunong mag-Facebook na ganyan. Kaysa mamaga ang puwet ko sa maghapong TV araw-araw, magtrabaho na lang.”

69. Comedians work well with action stars – Dolphy was very close to Paquito Diaz.

70. “Sa maniwala kayo o hindi, nagsimulang ang hanap ko sa relasyon, tulad sana ng sa Papang at Mamang. Ang maging steady lang sa isang asawa.”

71. “Lakers fan ako. Sayang, hindi sila naka-‘three-peat.”

72. He wouldn’t mind a National Artist Award or a “National Arthritis Award”. Either one is fine.

73. “Some still go out of their way to show respect. Si Vic Sotto, mabait talaga iyon. Tony Tuviera. Si Willie, tumatawag, humihingi ng advice.”

74. “Ayaw ko nang mag-club-club o mag-bar-bar. Dun dumami yung asawa ko eh!”

75.  “Ako naman eh isang kahig isang tuka rin, hindi naman ako lehitimong mayaman.”

76. “First time ko, 13 pa lang ako nun. One time, ginapang ako ng isang hostess. Noong araw pagdating nang alas-nuebe, dapat hindi ka na lalagi sa labas dahil baka todasin ka ng Hapon. Kaya inabot ako dun sa kaibigan ko. Ginapang ako nung babae eh, may edad sa akin. Pinakialaman niya ako. Eh ang sarap pala!”

77. "Pito-pito, walo-walo, alis na ang buto-buto."

78. “Dito lang ako sa bahay, kung minsan nakikipag-tong-its ako sa mga drivers, ganoon.”

79. His ultimate crush is Elizabeth Taylor.

80. “Mayro’n na nga akong kabaong. Bronze. No’n ko pa kinuha.”

81. He believes in heaven and hell. He even jokes that some of his friends are in hell.

82. “Ang paninigarilyo, naging pampaalis ko ng tensiyon, pag meron akong eksenang hindi ko malaman kung paano ko gagawin, o pang-distansiya muna sa mga gustong makipag-usap na di ko feel kausapin.”

83. “Masasabi kong complete na ang nangyari sa buhay ko. Wala na akong hihilingin pa kay Lord, sobra na yung biyaya at tagumpay na ipinagkaloob niya sa akin, eh. Dagdag na lang ang hinihingi ko, bonus na lang.”

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

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Thursday, July 5, 2012

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Monday, July 2, 2012

Diablo 3 Real Money Auction House! First Item Sold!!!



Finally! I have sold one item from the diablo 3 real money auction house!!!!



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