Sunday, May 29, 2011

(Part 01?)

Brought about by the sensational $h!t Brix picture quotes and with the technology that is, here are some motivational quotes to fill up my day. Maybe you want to have one for your own, click on the link above and you will be able to create one for yourself also!

First one is a quote from my student at MNHS, and he said,

Next is from my lovely professor, and she said  in Facebook, thus,

I also requested a motto and picture from my former classmate, thus he gave this for us to ponder...

I can never forget my favorite student who never gave up on me no matter what. this one is for him...

Of course, I have my own dose of this Motivational picture. And so, I go like this...

Amm, you may also $h!t Brix with this one... hehehehe....

This may be part one. It seems enjoyable; maybe I can create another set of Motivational Pictures in the coming days... Well, who's to be put in the limelight next time? Let's see... ;)

Thursday, May 26, 2011


And yes, he definitely got it! Scotty McCreery is officially the tenth American Idol. Following the footsteps of Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, Fantasia Barino, David Cook, Kris Allen, Lee DeWyze, Jordin Sparks Taylor Hicks, and Ruben Studdard, here comes the youngest member of the family. Youngest since he won the competition at a very old age of 17. (See the irony? ahehehe....) 

This AI winner of the year hailed from Garner, North Carolina. According to sources known, his mother works as a Realtor, while his father has a mix of American and Puerto Rican descent. The result? A good boy full of dreams and aspirations with a voice which beats your heart out.

I have nothing much to say about Scotty, but what makes him my bet is his subtle style of singing. Very new to my ears though, since he does it country style, but the way he sings makes the audience awe-struck and move to tears without them knowing.

His voice, though, is a very surprising bass (to the tune of 'Your Man'), which made the judges add him to the Hollywood Potentials. Add to that his pleasing character and good charms especially when he smiles and that's your American Idol for the tenth season.

Whether he found a new love or not this season (I'm referring to the tweets about their 'kissing' of Lauren Alaina), that I would leave to Scotty, since I'm not in the right disposition to say so. But when you ask me whether that would be sweet, I would reply, 'nothing would be much sweeter. :p'

So, he's in it to win it! I think he has nothing to say after this huge success in his life but... I LOVE YOU THIS BIG!!!

Congrats, Scotty!!! :)

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Put it in writing...

Nothing in particular.
Nothing in actuality.
Nothing of pure animosity.

Show the emotions.
Show the aspects.
Show the real thing amidst the thousand lies.

Never be afraid...
Everyone may treat you ill,
But always stand and defend the truth.

No matter what they say,
No matter what they may do against you,
As long as you are for the truth, Stand and Go on!

When they tell bad words against you,
Just go on and keep proclaiming the truth.
Tell that once of truth amid their liter of lies.

Though the enemies come in bunches
Their ideas in big packages
Their costumes be in black caps and black behavior

Their ideas may be in scarlet
Their faults may be covered with decorations
Their cake may be tasty and pleasing.

Nevertheless, you've shown us
That no matter how tasty the cake is,
we would never appreciate it

Especially if there's a poison
In the middle of the tasty pastry
and it would lead us to our doom.

Continue fighting for the right!
Continue paving the way for us!
Continue being the real voice of the people!

God, we pray for our dear one
Never leave him alone.
Battle is fierce, be with him along!

Monday, May 23, 2011

14 SECULAR Guiding Principles on Why RH Bill Should Be Rejected

Yes, I'm a Catholic, but this set of reasons gave me a proud heart at the note that I'm not alone at the fight against RH Bill. Even some secular atheists hate it. Why?

Section 3 of the RH Bill contained its “Guiding Principles“, these are my rebuttals to each of the principles

1. Freedom of choice is already in the bill of rights.

2. No such thing as reproductive health rights in the constitution’s bill of rights. Rights of individuals – of all ages and genders and freedom of association are already respected in the bill of rights. Although I concede that while Article II Section 15 states that “The State shall protect and promote the right to health of the people and instill health consciousness among them” it does not necessarily follow that the state should engage in massive public spending when there are better superior market-driven options. It also brings the equal protection clause of Section 1 of the Bill of Rights into the picture – why limit the protection to Reproductive Health only when there are other higher causes of morbidity and mortality. ?

3. “Responsible parenting is already provided for in our educational system. Improve the curriculum and increased access to education is a better solution.

4. Safe delivery of children 
is a function of enforcing standards of safety – not more hospitals and free hospitalization”

5. The poor and marginalized must be empowered and provided with jobs so they can afford reproductive health care services and supplies

6. The state will create a condition favorable to jobs so that people will have less time for procreation, have better education, and can afford contraceptives.

7. This is a big waste of money. All these programs are sources of corruption. Bidding of conduct of seminars, meetings, supplies for conduct of these studies, programs, from start to finish is already front loaded with “SOP”. The fact of the matter is with orwithout state intervention – changes in women’s atittude have led to a reduction in fertility worldwide.

8. The provision of information materials is big business – This is another waste of money. Ad production, printed material production – from pre-bid to awarding to payment – this is already front loaded with SOP. The supplies will be cornered by the congressman – and will be used for patronage politics – without reducing poverty – and fertility rates declining nonetheless.

9. Philippine NGOs are a burden on taxpayers. In contrast Western NGOs are funded by private donors. Private donations is not a known Filipino trait.

10. Treatment of abortion casualties are already being provided for in various hospitals.

11. Gender equality and women empowerment are best felt when women have careers and jobs – and exercise their choices. An RH Bill does not provide for careers and jobs that can empower women.

12. The grossly inadequate allocation of resources is a function of economic policy not reproductive health.

13. Development boils down to this – create producers – not beggars.

14. Economic liberalization addresses the needs of people more comprehensively – to include reproductive health.

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P.S. Indonesia allows up to 67% foreign ownership of hospitals – in the Philippines, foreigners can’t go beyond 40% ownership.


Now, there's a reason to reject this bill... No need for more words. These are enough. Well, we can give these reasons to our friends at Congress so that, instead of interpellating for morality's sake, we may also use some pieces of their rationality and logic.

How about that? ;p

Sunday, May 15, 2011

A document is making me curious. Well, having a glimpse of it makes me think of Summorum Pontificum, and the Extraordinary Rite of the Mass in Latin Rite...



on the application of the Apostolic Letter Summorum Pontificum of

Saturday, May 07, 2011

Something about my momma...

Nothing more to say, nothing more to post...
I know that words would never suffice.

I'd just like to shout to the world how much I dearly love the one real woman in my life... 
her status in life, my Mommy.


I love you very much, ma!

Tuesday, May 03, 2011


Who said summer classes are easy anyway??

Yes, the good side of it is that the load which you have in a regular semester may be lessened with three or nine units, which is better compared to having additional burden during the five gruesome months which we lovingly call a semester. We can enjoy lesser class hours, and longer day-offs (excluding Sunday, of course), We can focus better on subjects which may need our rigid attention.

But it is only when we begin the four (or five) weeks of classes when we realize that we are actually racing against time. You're having difficulty in comprehending. You don't even know what topics to review. You don't know what to expect - maybe tomorrow will be the day of your major exams in all subjects. O, saan ka pa?

I personally join the numerous students who are also undergoing this tragic stage in college life named Summer classes. God bless us, and may we all pass the subjects we are undertaking - advanced or back subjects it may be. 

Di bale, matatapos rin ito! Tiis lang... :)

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