Sep 30, 2007

Buh-bay wrinkles

Injections of botox in San Diego are becoming famous these days. I tried doing a Google search for that phrase and 189,000 results were returned. I have heard of "botox" a lot of times before. It was even used in one of the cartoon shows that I saw (I forgot what it was) where it was called BatOx.

What is Botox?

A neurotoxin which, when used in very low doses, relaxes or temporarily paralyzes the contractive muscles which cause frown lines. Treatment is non-surgical in the form of injections which smooth deep persistent lines between brows or in the forehead. Botox paralyzes facial muscles, while Puragen fills in the space beneath wrinkles. Each acts in a different way, but may be used to complement each other.
Basically, based on how I understand it, botox eliminates unwated wrinkles for aging people. Is is safe for the patient's health? That, I'm not sure.

To learn more, you may check this FAQ.









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My henna tattoo in Bora

It's the first tattoo design that I had. It's my henna tattoo when we went to Boracay.

Henna tattoos are not bad after all. They easily wash off after a couple of days. Of course, there are no health hazards unlike with permanent tattoos. If you are interested of having your own tattoos designs, you can check Design My Tattoos and have your custom designed tattoo.










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Tattoo, never


A design I found from the star tattoos gallery.


While browsing the internet, i found this tattoo gallery where they feature different tattoo designs. When I was a kid, I heard that one of my uncle in Mati was scolded because he was discovered having a tattoo on his back. That was the time that "having a tattoo is bad" was instilled on my mind.

Aside from that, I also heard rumors that people with tattoos must
have been from prison. Of course, I don't people to mistake me as an ex-convict. They also say that people with tattoo might not be able to donate blood because they're blood is not good. (Probably because of the ink). Well I'm not sure with that but still, even if I have no tattoos on, I won't be donating blood anyway.

Lastly, they said that the you won't be able to have your VISA (for whatever country you want to go) approved if they find out that you have a tattoo. Of course I don't want to have tattoo as a reason why I can't travel abroad.

I don't know if these rumors are true. Whether it's true or not, I won't be having any permanent tattoo on my body.









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An Open Letter to Yahoo! Mail

Dear Yahoo! Mail,

I've been been a registered user of Yahoo since I was in first year high school. I was still an internet newbie back then. I was so amazed how e-mails work and how I could possible send a message to the other part of the world in seconds.

I was also fascinated on how you broke the old ways of sending messages. From hand written letters to plain electronic texts, you introduced multimedia in e-mails. I was one of those Yahoo Greetings fanatics. Everytime I go online, for no particular reason that I can remember, I usually check Yahoo Greetings for new electronic greeting cards. And whenever I find something new, I immediately send it to my few friends who has a Yahoo Email account.

E-mail in those days, as I remember, is usually associated with you. All of my friends use Yahoo mail in e-mails. The storage capacity was not even a problem back then. I was contented with the 6MB e-mail inbox capacity you have provided me. I even thought it was too much. I usually occupy less than 50% of my inbox during those days.

But my attention was driven to Google when GMail was still on its early stage. I was one of those people who were privileged to get an invitation to try GMail. During this time, I already understand how email systems work. I was fascinated with GMail to the point of forgetting you. The features that GMail offer is incomparable to what you already have. The storage was not even 10% of what GMail gives to their users.

I did not leave you yet. I still use you is receiving e-mails. You were my first love. I did not even bother asking other people to forward their emails on my Gmail account. But as time passed by, my fascination for you faded away. You were nothing compared to my Gmail account. But you tried to cope up. You provided us with more storage. You even tried to compete the AJAX powered interface of Gmail.

I am writing this letter to you because I am so disappointed with you. I hate the way you manage SPAM E-mails. A friend once sent me a Gmail invitation and you treated it as a spam because you were mad with gmail. Another friend, who is one of those Sacramento plastic surgeons, sent me a personal e-mail containing his business promotion, you considered it a spam. I have to digg my Bulk folder just to find that business promotion which I asked from them. Up to date, most of the e-mail I receive in your inbox are spam. I got tired of checking you everyday.

Your 'Mark as Spam' feature must be broken because I still receive these annoying spam messages. Ninety percent of my inbox are spam messages. Even if I have marked it as spam, it always keep coming back on my inbox. As of the time I wrote this line, two spam mails have already popped out of my screen.

I can never rely on you again like the way I did few years ago. In fact, you S*CK. Yes Yahoo Mail, you S*CK. Everytime I open your page, what I see is the Yahoo! Mail Loser logo. You are almost out of the scene.

Goodbye my old friend.










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Sep 29, 2007

Kalasag deadline is Today!

A lot of people were sending sms to me since last night. They were asking for deadline extensions. The subscription deadline was scheduled today. Unlike in other universities, Kalasag, the official yearbook of Ateneo de Davao University, implements a March-release policy in the yearbook-making process. Also, unlike with other schools, Kalasag requires students to pay the subscription fee before their profile gets published in the yearbook. Most schools publish the students profile regardless if they pay or not. Also, payment in other schools are from solicitations. Since Ateneans are not religious in soliciting for advertisers, Kalasag make it to a point that solicitations are optional.

Since the policy that only those students who have subscribed are the ones to be included in the yearbook, a lot of students who have not paid are cramming their way to the finance office today. These students are afraid that they won't get published in this year's yearbook. Thus, they are asking for a deadline.

Kalasag, for the past years, has been implementing strict rules on the graduates. In return, we have provided them a quality yearbook incomparable to the yearbooks produced by other rival schools and universities.

And for the deadline matter, we still have not decided if we will extend it or not. As of now, there are no announcements made by Kalasag. I'm just hoping that no San Diego tax lawyer would come to our office and interrogate us with our policies. Anyway, it has nothing to do with any of his affairs.






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Sep 28, 2007

Cousin Matt's Christening this Sunday

My 9-month old cousin Matthew is going to be Baptized this Sunday. It will be at St. Francis of Assisi in Ma-a, Davao City. His older sister Krisha was also baptized in St. Francis.

Months before, my Tita was asking me if I could be Matt's Godfather. I declined her offer. If that'd be the case, I'll be obliged to buy three sets of gifts. One for Matt and two for her two older sisters. It would be unfair if I'd only give gifts to Matt alone. So to make things fair, for me and for my cousins, I declined my Tita's offer. Hahahaha... I'm just trying to escape the responsibilities she's trying to push on me.

Matt, at nine months, already have his two front teeth. He can slowly walk now. We're wondering what other talents he has. He might be the next Mayor of Davao City or maybe another good political figure like George Lindemann. Who knows?







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Sep 27, 2007

Twins or no twins



These two girls are not twins. They are not sisters. They are not related by blood either. Most of all, they have only met once.

The girl on the right is one of my colleagues in Kalasag. She's one of our Literary and Text Editors. The other girl, the one on the left, is an applicant for Awitenista Production Staff.

We were amazed when the girl, Kay, went to our office. Kamukhang-kamukha sila ni Kim. If i didn't know better, I think she had plastic surgery, just like the ones on Texas cosmetic surgery, thats why they look so alike.

I did not miss the chance of taking a picture. Until now, I'm still amazed that Kim has an "identical" twin in the campus.







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I already got my renewed passport


Last week, I went to the office of the Department of Foreign Affairs to renew my passport which is going to expire this October. I was able to claim the new passport this afternoon. I noticed that they made several changes in the passport layout and content. Hmmm... the one that I had five years ago has no barcode. The photo and passport data are now placed on the first page. It was on the back of the front cover before.

One thing I noticed under my Limitations is

Not Valid for Travel to Iraq

Hahahaha... It's so funny. I have no intentions of going to Iraq. I would rather have a facelift Chicago than a experience war and terrorism in Iraq.

Anyway, I was amazed this time that the process did not stress me. I can still remember five years ago when I processed my first passport application. It was so stressful and energy-draining. But this time, I only submitted the application form and the photos, paid the fees and waited for a week. The queue was not that much either. Best of all, the system is better than it was before.

To end up all, I would like to thank those people behind the Department of Foreign Affairs who processed my passport. Thanks. I might use this one next month.









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October's Hell

October is coming near and a lot of things are feared. No, I'm not talking about Halloween.

We have been very busy with school work these past few weeks. Every now and then, teachers would give us projects and assignments to work with. I'm not talking about major subjects alone but the minor subjects also. I even posted on my blog an assignment in Philosophy 106.

The second week of October is our exam week but we might not be able to concentrate on it much. We still have lots of projects to work on, and papers to write. I'm just glad that October is Octobeer month.

My friends were talking about bar hopping after our projects and exams. I guess it won't be bad at all if I go with these guys. I've been dying to see places similar to the San Diego bars. I hope we can find one.








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Sep 24, 2007

Do I need God in order to be good?

I was faced by this question. This is the final requirement for our Philosophy 106 Class (Philosophy of Religion).

Do I need God in order to be good?


Do we really need Him for us to be good? Is His absence in our life makes us bad? If a person does not share his beliefs in God, does it mean he did not live a good moral life?

Please help me uncover the answers to this philosophical question. Thanks a lot.









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Sep 23, 2007

iPhone sold in NCCC

Yeah, I saw an iPhone in one of the mobile phone shops in NCCC Mall tonight. I was looking for the new models of iPod and i happened to come across the iPhone box. I thought it's one of those Chinese clones sold here but the packaging does not say so.


I deliberately asked the guy inside the store if it's original. He said it's original, open-line and it's sold at 55k. Check the picture below. If you have doubts, check it at the 3rd floor of the NCCC Mall (Ma-a, Davao City). I'm not sure about it either. I didn't know that Apple is selling iPhones which are open (or hacked) by default.









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Support the Pinoy Torchbearer for 2008 Beijing Olympics

As I was browsing my feeds this morning, I found this very interesting feed from Pinoy Ambisyoso. It says let's make miracle for the pinoy torchbearer in 2008 Beijing Olympics. That's when my curiosity aroused. First, I had no idea that the 2008 Olympics will be in Beijing. Second, I did not know the selection process for the Olympic torchbearer. Lastly, I got intrigued by the "Let's make miracle...." line.

Reading through the pinoy torchbearer's voting page, I realized that he really need his country's support.

Let us support our fellow Filipino, Marcos Antonio Torres, who is vying for the privilege of carrying the Olympics torch towards the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. You can vote here.

As of the moment, a Colombian national is already a few thousand votes ahead. Let us do our part as Filipinos. I believe that an internet campaign would be very effective. It's not yet too late for us to beat the one on top. Just don't forget to vote.

Click here to vote for Marco Antonio Torres.

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Update: Use Internet Explorer for voting. The site won't work in FireFox.










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Sep 20, 2007

Mga larawan ni Batang Yagit (Batang Yagit Photos)



Tuwang-tuwa ako nang makita ko uli ang picture na ito. Eto yung mga panahon na Fetus ang tawag sa akin. Field trip namin sa Science nung kinunan yan. Hehehehe. Yan din yung mga panahon na conscious ako sa kinakain ko hindi ako kumakain.



Eto naman yung mga panahon na iginugol ko sa pagkain. Dito na nag-umpisang lumaki ang mga baby fats. Hehehehehe












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Registered Electrical Engineer (REE) PRC Board Exam Passers (September 2007 Results)




Here are the results of the new Registered Electrical Engineer Board Passers (September 2007) of the PRC Licensure Examination

  1. ABADA, JUVERLONNE SARDOBIA
  2. ABANCO, EMERSON BACANTO
  3. ABANES, STEPHANIE PANOPIO
  4. ABANTAO, ERWIN ESPIÑA
  5. ABAR, JEFFMAR MARBAS
  6. ABARQUEZ, DONALD WINTERS
  7. ABELLANOSA, ZANDER VICTOR CABALUNA
  8. ABILAY, MARIE SHARON SEGOVIA
  9. ABINA, BENJAMIN ARICA
  10. ABRENICA, FREDERICK ASPE
  11. ACOBA, DONADELLE CORPUZ
  12. ACOSTA, DAVID CRIS FLORES
  13. ACOSTA, HENRY OLAYRES
  14. ACOSTA, JAIME RAMOS
  15. ACOSTA, RICHARD HABOC
  16. ADONIS, JOHN PAUL POCUA
  17. ADRIATICO, HAROLD ABROGENA
  18. AGCAOILI, ROLAND II GALUTERA
  19. AGNO, CHRISTIAN GALLARDO
  20. AGOJO, JOHN-JOHN DEL MUNDO
  21. AGUIDAN, EIGEN LOZANO
  22. AGUILAR, ANDRE SAN GABRIEL
  23. AGUILAR, JERICO NISPEROS
  24. ALAGOS, JONIE JALLORINA
  25. ALAMER, MARK CHRISTOPHER RODRIGUEZ
  26. ALARCA, ALVIN LUBIGAN
  27. ALCALA, BIEN JOSEPH ADRICULA
  28. ALCANO, RENIE DE LOYOLA
  29. ALCANTARA, EILEEN HERNANDEZ
  30. ALCANTARA, KARLWIN TOTO BUENDIA
  31. ALDAMA, ALMON FERNANDEZ
  32. ALIMPULOS, RYAN LAR
  33. ALLADO, MARVIN MAGNO
  34. ALLAM, BENSON VALONES
  35. ALLIG, JEREMIAH DULNUAN
  36. ALMADRONES, ROGELIO JR CHAVEZ
  37. ALMANZOR, HAZEL DIMAUNAHAN
  38. ALMONTE, FRANKLIN CASTRO
  39. ALMONTE, RONALD ALLAN CANICON
  40. ALUMBRO, ERWIN JONES MEREZ
  41. ALVAREZ, ROWELL SINGULAR
  42. ALZONA, MICHAEL LOVENDINO
  43. AMBA, NOR HASSAN AMILIL
  44. AMPOLOQUIO, RYAN TANUPAN
  45. AMPONG, PATRICK MONTEHERMOSO
  46. ANAPI, ERIC BAQUIRAN
  47. ANCHETA, ABEGAIL ALMODOVAR
  48. ANCHETA, REALYN ESPINILI
  49. ANDRINO, ARNEL TOLIBAS
  50. ANDUYAN, ROLLEJUN TIONGSON
  51. ANG, KIM KHYBER ANTON NIÑO FERNANDEZ
  52. ANGEL, WILFRED SIMUANGCO
  53. ANGELES, SHERWYN ALCANTARA
  54. ANGULO, GIANCARLO CALIMBAS
  55. ANICIETE, NEIL PATRICK MACAPINLAC
  56. ANINO, JAISON CAQUILALA
  57. ANORMA, EDWARD GREGGY CELESTIAL
  58. ANTONIO, ARIES CALZITA
  59. AQUINDE, ENRICO DALISAY
  60. AQUINO, FRANCIS RANEL AMBROCIO
  61. AQUINO, MARICAR BALAGOT
  62. AQUINO, RICARDO JR MEJIA
  63. ARADANAS, JOHN HENRY URBIZTONDO
  64. ARANAS, ERWIN PUZON
  65. ARAÑEZ, GAVINO PASIGPASIGAN
  66. ARCIAGA, ALFRED ADRIAN JOHN VENTURINA
  67. ARELLANO, DENMARK YUSON
  68. ARMAMENTO, DARWIS ALLAN CONSIGNADO
  69. ARMAMENTO, MICHAEL CASAPAO
  70. ARSOLON, GILBERT ALO
  71. ARTIENDA, JOHN VICTOR GOMINTONG
  72. ASOTIGUE, JESSIE DONASCO
  73. ASUNCION, DARYL BICOY
  74. ATABLANCO, JEPPY OCLARIT
  75. AVELINO, JAEPY DIAZ
  76. AVENDAÑO, ALDRIN DEI PLACIO
  77. AVILA, MARK VINCENT MOLINA
  78. AWANAN, RODRIGO JR PANERIO
  79. BABELONIO, JOSEPH RYAN ARGUELLES
  80. BACALAN, GERALDINE DE CASTRO
  81. BACANI, ARJEL JOSEPH VINZON
  82. BACLAYON, JUNRYL ARAIN
  83. BACSAN, JANNES SELENDRE
  84. BAES, JEFFREC PEREZ
  85. BAGACAY, RICARDO GALLARDO
  86. BAGAY, JURIEVE ROSLIN
  87. BAGSIT, JONATHAN GARCIA
  88. BAGUHIN, FEIL MARK LAUDE
  89. BAHIAN, MICHAEL STEPHEN SALALIMA
  90. BALACQUIT, ALFREDO JR LUMAYOG
  91. BALANBAN, DAVID JR MANGHI
  92. BALANG, STEPHEN JR LANUZGA
  93. BALBANIDA, DEXTER GAYOLA
  94. BALCOBA, JO-ANN SUIZA
  95. BALDAZO, RUEL CATATA
  96. BALINGCOS, AERISH ERNI
  97. BALINGIT, PAMELA TORREVILLAS
  98. BALIWAG, IMELITO ILAGAN
  99. BALIWAG, PHOEBE YSABELLE PANGANIBAN
  100. BALLESTERO, MOSES CARLO EBARVIA
  101. BALLESTEROS, ALVIN BAUTISTA
  102. BALLESTEROS, JAN MICHAEL HEBRES
  103. BALUTE, JOMAR RODRIGUEZ
  104. BANAYBANAY, FRANCIS IDRIS GATDULA
  105. BANIAGA, EFREN BATARA
  106. BANTAWIG, RYAN PAUL BUGASH
  107. BARAWED, JACQUELYN ESTEBAN
  108. BARCELLANO, RYAN DE LA CRUZ
  109. BARRIENTOS, MICHELANGELO PASCUA
  110. BARTOLAZO, RONALD ESCARLAN
  111. BASCONES, ARVIN BILOY
  112. BATAS, MARLON VARGAS
  113. BATHAN, REYNANTE JULONGBAYAN
  114. BATNAG, CHEYENNE FRANCIS BILALAY
  115. BATUGAL, CARLOS JR GARRO
  116. BATUHAN, EMMANUEL QUINTANA
  117. BAUAN, ARIEL AGUILA
  118. BAUI, KISSIR PAULUS ROTANTE
  119. BAUTISTA, AEROLD FLOJO
  120. BAUTISTA, MARC DIONELL ORTEGA
  121. BAUTISTA, MICHAEL CANCINO
  122. BAYLON, REYNALDO JR KABIGTING
  123. BAYOT, REYNALDO ONIANA
  124. BAÑAGA, BRYAN MAESA
  125. BEJADO, MELCHOR FLORIN
  126. BELA, BERNARD ESPORTUNO
  127. BELARMINO, NATHAN GREG RAZA
  128. BELTRAN, MICHAEL JAYSON PLANAS
  129. BENEDICTO, JERICO ALVAREZ
  130. BENEMERITO, PETER JOEY MARATAS
  131. BENZON, JAY FORTES
  132. BERADAS, GILBERT SORIANO
  133. BESARIO, GATTY JAY PEROMINGAN
  134. BESAVILLA, ANANIAS JR OCNO
  135. BIEN, RICHARD GALIT
  136. BINONDO, DAVID LABING
  137. BITAN, STEPHEN TINMOCHO
  138. BOBOS, JOHANNA LIEZL LAUREANO
  139. BONBON, DARYL DUNGOG
  140. BONGANAY, CARLO JEFFRE CONSULTA
  141. BONGOT, ARISTON JR LLANTINO
  142. BONIOG, MICHELLE TABUCOL
  143. BONITE, SHIELA MENDOZA
  144. BONUEL, DON OLIVER REYNANCIA
  145. BOONGALING, MARK ALVIN PEREZ
  146. BOQUIRON, ROLANDO REBAYA
  147. BORJA, MA CORAZON XY-ZA LINGAN
  148. BRAGAIS, REYNALDO JR BONGARES
  149. BRAÑA, MICHAEL CALDERON
  150. BRILLANTES, CRISANTO VIALA
  151. BRIONES, RONALD ALLAN MAÑEZ
  152. BRONSAL, PEDRO CABRIA
  153. BUAL, ALLAN RAYMOND ROSARIO
  154. BUBULI, ERIC ARANZADO
  155. BUCTOT, CARLO BULONGAITA
  156. BUENAFLOR, JULIUS GUDES
  157. BUENO, REGGY RESURRECCION
  158. BUITIZON, RAYNEIL PAUL ESPOS
  159. BUMANLAG, RANDOLPH BAGUINAN
  160. BURGOS, PAUL CYRILE JAVIER
  161. BUSTAMANTE, JEFFREY PAUNEL
  162. CAASI, JOSEPH VALENCIA
  163. CABALUD, MARK MANUEL MANGILIT
  164. CABILLAN, LEONIL DADULA
  165. CABOCAN, ELMER GAZZINGAN
  166. CABRERA, MIKE ANDREW BORJA
  167. CACERES, ELIZABETH NIEVA
  168. CADELIÑA, GERFE GEOLAGON
  169. CAJANDAB, HENDRIX ESCOBEL
  170. CALAMBA, MONALIZA DINOY
  171. CALDETERA, BRYAN LAMINERO
  172. CALEDA, FERDIE PASCUA
  173. CALES, JESSE GENTALLAN
  174. CALI, ALI ASUNCION
  175. CALICA, MARY JEAN SANTIAGO
  176. CALISAY, NOEL LUMIDAO
  177. CALONSAG, DAVIS BELOY
  178. CALPITO, GERARD NARVASA
  179. CALUNOD, NANCIE GRACE ROMINES
  180. CALVO, REY ANTHONY REYES
  181. CALZADO, MA THERESA DERECHO
  182. CAMANGYAN, ALLAN MAHINAY
  183. CAMARIG, ANDREW SEDANTES
  184. CAMINADE, JOSEPH TAJOLOSA
  185. CAMPANER, HELMER SIGALLE
  186. CANLAS, JOEL CALLANTA
  187. CANLAS, RENZ YVES REYES
  188. CANO, MELVIN QUITORIANO
  189. CANOY, ELMER RAGANAS
  190. CANTALUNA, MARVIN MACABASA
  191. CAPARAS, MARGARETTE KNOWLES
  192. CAPARROS, MICHAEL VINCENT SAMONTE
  193. CAPATI, MARK PAUL SARMIENTO
  194. CAPINDING, ALBERT MIRANDA
  195. CAPIROSO, EUFRONIO JR ESGUERRA
  196. CAPISTRANO, JONATHAN CALLADA
  197. CAPITO, DENNIS SALIDO
  198. CARAMAY, MELENCIO JR VARGAS
  199. CARAYUGAN, ERROL JIM FORONDA
  200. CARCASONA, JOULE KELVIN MATONDO
  201. CARDEÑO, RAYMOND LARANGA
  202. CARDONA, JOHANNES IAN LIBRADILLA
  203. CARINGAL, MICHAEL MENDOZA
  204. CARPENA, GABBY BALINGIT
  205. CARREON, RYAN OBINA
  206. CARRIEDO, RENE HERMATA
  207. CARSOCHO, BRIAN UMALI
  208. CARUMBA, ALVIN PATRONA
  209. CASANOVA, JOSEPH ABRATIGUE
  210. CASAURAN, WILLY JEAN MONTILLA
  211. CASQUEJO, MARLOU TAPANG
  212. CASTAÑEDA, GEORGE ENTROLIZO
  213. CASTAÑEDA, VAL DOUGLAS ROM
  214. CASTILLO, JEFFERSON BINAMERA
  215. CASTRO, ARNEL COLES
  216. CASTRO, MICHAEL SABADO
  217. CATAPANG, DARIO MENDOZA
  218. CATIGAN, RUEL OGOC
  219. CAÑA, ANDY BACUSA
  220. CAÑESO, MARK WENSON FLORES
  221. CAÑETE, JOAN NIÑO TURA
  222. CELADEÑA, ERROL GRAYDO
  223. CERELEGIA, JOVENIEL BONGCALES
  224. CHAVEZ, ERWIN CASTOR
  225. CHAVEZ, MITCHELLE HANS DOMINGO
  226. CHING, ALBERTO YUMPONG JR COLMINAS
  227. CHUA, LEONARDO JR BALITOS
  228. CLAVANO, FRANCIS JOHN SANCHEZ
  229. CO, JEFFREY DE LEON
  230. CODILLA, SHERYL ADUCAL
  231. COLLADO, ALBERT MICU
  232. COLLERA, LOUIE ANGELO CIRUJALES
  233. COLOMA, DONDON LABARINTO
  234. COLON, JAN RYNAN LOAYON
  235. COLORINA, IAN CHESTER VITERBO
  236. CONARCO, JONATHAN ABALOS
  237. CORPUZ, AARON JUVENTUD
  238. COTO, ERIC MAQUILING
  239. CRISOLOGO, VINCENT MIRAFLOR
  240. CRISTAL, JOHN EDRIEL FRONDA
  241. CRISTE, RALPH JASON FETALVERO
  242. CRISTOBAL, VLADEMIR TAMONDONG
  243. CRUZ, ANGELO NICOLO TOLENTINO
  244. CRUZ, JEROME JIMENEZ
  245. CRUZ, RUSTUM ERWIN ANTEPASADO
  246. CUARESMA, JAN MICHAEL OCAMPO
  247. CUARESMA, WILLIAM JR SIMBRE
  248. CUBILLAN, EDMAR CARTAGENA
  249. CUBILLAR, MENANDRO ALMIRA
  250. CUENO, ANDRE-MICHEL MAGNO
  251. CUENO, JOYCE HOPE ALIPAOPAO
  252. CUEVAS, ELPIDIO JR BALANSAG
  253. CUIZON, HONEY MAY MABALE
  254. CUNANAN, ERIC ABARABAR
  255. CURIBA, REALIZA FLOR
  256. DACANAY, RANDELLE ANGKAHAN
  257. DACERA, GREGO ABENOJA
  258. DACUMOS, VINCENT ROY GUILLERMO
  259. DADULLA, JAN MILWEN MATURAN
  260. DALAPO, ALFIE ESTRERA
  261. DALUSUNG, BENEDICT CARL VELASQUEZ
  262. DAMAYAN, FERDINAND OLA
  263. DAMEG, DAVID MARVIN BURGONIO
  264. DANAO, FROILAN RAMOS
  265. DAPITO, ALBERT ALLANG
  266. DARAUG, NEMROD TANALGO
  267. DASAL, FEDERICO III DAMPIL
  268. DASALLA, ANGELITO CABLAY
  269. DATONG, ALEXIS MADISON YOGYOG
  270. DAVID, ARDIE MALACA
  271. DE GRACIA, EMIL SANTOS
  272. DE GUIA, FE DELORINO
  273. DE GUZMAN, ARNIE SAGUID
  274. DE GUZMAN, KARL FRANZ JOSEPH ANDRADE
  275. DE JESUS, ROMWIL FONTELERA
  276. DE LA CRUZ, DAN LOURENCE GLOR
  277. DE LA CRUZ, MELVIN VIVERO
  278. DE LEON, ANTHONY CARLO FIGURACION
  279. DE LOS REYES, CHRISTIAN RAMOS
  280. DE LUMEN, JOSEN FIEL LORENO
  281. DE VEAS, SNOOKY CARDINEZ
  282. DE VERA, KIM IVAN ALGAS
  283. DEANG, RICHARD PARRENAS
  284. DEGAMO, KIVEN DAVE MAQUILING
  285. DEL ROSARIO, MARK LOUIE LAPUZ
  286. DELA CERNA, DEXTER CUIZON
  287. DELA CRUZ, DOMINIC GULENG
  288. DELA CRUZ, EPHRAIM DIZON
  289. DELA CRUZ, JAZER NALANGAY
  290. DELA CRUZ, JULIE ANN ESTRELLA
  291. DELA ROCA, ROWELL PENIDO
  292. DELA TORRE, ARNOLD SALUDES
  293. DELCO, ASTRID FUENTES
  294. DELEONIO, JEROME RYAN VALDEZ
  295. DELGADO, MANUEL RAYMUND CALOMOS
  296. DELIM, FLOR ANTHONY DE VERA
  297. DELOS REYES, GRACE ROBLES
  298. DERIGAY, RICHIE FRANCIA
  299. DIAZ, ALVIN SANTOS
  300. DIGNO, JOSEPH SANTA MARIA
  301. DIMAUNAHAN, ENRICO ARCE
  302. DIMAYACYAC, RUCHELLE ILAGAN
  303. DINAWANAO, JAMES TAN
  304. DIÑO, MARLVIN DIESTA
  305. DOLIENTE, JESS DAVE GUARINO
  306. DOMINGO, RANDEL BUTAC
  307. DORIA, SIEGFRED DOLOTINA
  308. DUMAGPI, ALBERT REYES
  309. DUMAGUIT, RUEL TIZO
  310. DURANA, RICHARD DEMALATA
  311. DY, LUNELL DE PEDRO
  312. ECAL, JOMAR CONDE
  313. ELCARTE, GIOVAN MARQUEDA
  314. ELLORIN, JUAN RICARDO ADVINCULA
  315. ELLOSO, JEFFERSON RACELIS
  316. EMBAJADOR, JOSEPHER LAUGLAUG
  317. EMBILE, LORENZO FRAYNA
  318. ENAJADA, PHILIP ADLAWAN
  319. ENAL, JAN SYRIL ABOLTIVO
  320. ENDICO, JOSEPH MARK CALIMPUSAN
  321. ERESO, LEOPOLDO JR BUENAFE
  322. ERNACIO, ROCELLE CENTENO
  323. ESCANO, ALEJANDRO CAISIP
  324. ESCAÑO, CHELITOLENDO VASQUEZ
  325. ESCOBAL, ROLLY GAMON
  326. ESGUERRA, ANNIE RHEE PANAGSAGAN
  327. ESGUERRA, JEZELE LESTER ASCUETA
  328. ESMEDILLA, ROLLIE DINGLASAN
  329. ESPARTERO, CRHISTINE MAE GALON
  330. ESPINOSA, LLOYD CERVERA
  331. ESPIRITU, DONALD CAUILAN
  332. ESQUIERES, MICHAEL BENEDICT MONTAJES
  333. ESTEBAN, RAFAEL GILDO
  334. ESTELLA, MARK VINCENT MONROID
  335. ESTEMBER, ERIC JOSOL
  336. ESTRADA, BENJIE CARICUNGAN
  337. ESTRADA, KIM REAN LABIS
  338. ESTRADA, MARK ANJELO UMIPIG
  339. ETRATA, JAYPEE FONTANOS
  340. EUGENIO, DANICA MAGPAYO
  341. EVANGELISTA, PATRICK REYES
  342. EVORA, BO JOHNDRICK TAPALES
  343. FABIAN, FROYLAND CAMPILIT
  344. FAGELA, MICHAEL REALIN
  345. FALAME, RONNEL FRAGO
  346. FALLORINA, MARK NIEVES
  347. FANDIÑO, JEFFERSON CORNISTA
  348. FARAO, RAY JOHN TAN
  349. FELIZARDO, JOHN CARLO SANTOS
  350. FERNANDEZ, ERWIN DEVERA
  351. FERNANDEZ, JOY RINGCAL
  352. FERNANDEZ, MARIA APRIL CHAVEZ
  353. FERRER, REMOEL MANALANG
  354. FLORES, APRIL PECAÑA
  355. FLORES, FERDINAND SORIANO
  356. FLORES, ROBERT JAMES LUBUGUIN
  357. FLORES, RONALD GARCIA
  358. FLORO, JAKE BANGQUIAO
  359. FRANCISCO, JOSE JR ATOS
  360. FRANE, JEFFREY MENDOZA
  361. FRANE, MA ADELINE HERNANDEZ
  362. FRIGILLANA, AMADOR LAURENTE
  363. FUNDAL, JOHNNY DE LA PEÑA
  364. GABITO, SONNY LAGATA
  365. GABO, ROLAND BUDLONG
  366. GABRIOLA, AARON JOSEPH PARILLA
  367. GAID, RENO SAYCON
  368. GALES, JESS CHRISTIAN GALLANO
  369. GALOPE, LUISITO MIGUEL DELA CRUZ
  370. GALVAN, JERRYMIE CANLAS
  371. GAMBITO, REMEGIO CONSTANTINO
  372. GAMBOA, JOHN JAKE SAMPANG
  373. GAN, GERARDO JR APOSTOL
  374. GANDILAN, RODNEL PERLAS
  375. GANTONG, DARRYL DALAO
  376. GAPOY, BRYAN REGONDOLA
  377. GARBIN, SAINOR FLORES
  378. GARBO, ARLIEL JOHN MUYRONG
  379. GARCIA, JAN AARON AUGUSTUS FORONDA
  380. GARCIA, JOJIT SALAZAR
  381. GARCIA, KARL ANTHONY LITTON
  382. GARCIA, VON KLEIN ESTRADA
  383. GARCIANO, EDGAR JUARIO
  384. GARDUÑO, JEPTHE DULGUIME
  385. GARMA, JAMES RYAN CO
  386. GATCHALIAN, MARIA STELLA MAMINTA
  387. GATELA, ESMAEL PACLE
  388. GATUS, AMANTE MALIG
  389. GATUS, ROMMEL SILVESTRE
  390. GERONA, EDISON GUILALAS
  391. GERONIMO, ANGELO BAER
  392. GERVACIO, FROILAN
  393. GESTOPA, NESTOR JR TABANGCURDA
  394. GO, GRACEILO JR DAGCUTA
  395. GOD, ARTEMIO JR VILLAFUERTE
  396. GONDA, LUIWEN MARANAN
  397. GONZALES, GLEN FLORES
  398. GONZALES, JESSIE ANDALLES
  399. GONZALES, MELLER PEREÑA
  400. GONZALES, OMAR SALCEDO
  401. GUARDAPIES, ARTHUR LAGO
  402. GUARO, NEIL REYES
  403. GUATELARA, ENRIJOHN LOPEZ
  404. GUAZON, ERICKSON MALATE
  405. GUERRERO, RYAN KING POLICARPIO
  406. GUICO, TYRONE KRISTOPHER NARITO
  407. GUILAMO, ALEJO JR GALLANA
  408. GUILLEN, ERNEST GERARD MORALES
  409. GULLUNAN, RAYCEL PENULIAR
  410. GUMERA, WINNIE ROSE OCAMPO
  411. GUTIERREZ, RONALD CALAUNAN
  412. GUTIERREZ, VERGEL CONCEPCION
  413. HAPA, MICHAEL ESCUREL
  414. HERNANDEZ, CHRISTIAN ANDREW DUEÑA
  415. HIDALGO, BUGHAW ABRIAM
  416. HIPOL, BONI FRED TAMONDONG
  417. HULIPAS, ALDRIN BRYAN SY
  418. IBARITA, LEONIL REBONSA
  419. ILAG, JULIUS CARANGAN
  420. ILAGAN, ABNER AARON CASTRO
  421. ILAGAN, CHRISTIAN DE LOS REYES
  422. ILAGAN, HERALD CAPONPON
  423. ILAO, NAIEL ASINAS
  424. IMPAT, JEFFRY SALVADOR
  425. IMPON, SUNNY DE GRACIA
  426. INALDO, ALJHEN SIMON
  427. INDASEN, DINDO EVANGELISTA
  428. INVINA, ERWIN LEOFRED RETORAN
  429. IREMEDIO, EDMUND CRUZ
  430. ISURITA, ROSALIE DALISAY
  431. JALANG, JESSE MOLO
  432. JALBUENA, ROBERT MAGALLANES
  433. JANAPON, ALBERT ZAMORA
  434. JANDA, MARK ANDREW LINGA
  435. JAURIGUE, VIVENCIO PAGTALUNAN
  436. JAVIER, JOHN PAUL OLAÑO
  437. JIMENEZ, LOUIE JOHN PASCUA
  438. JIMENEZ, PATRICK ANDRE ALONTE
  439. JOSECO, MICHAEL HAMASA
  440. JUALAYBA, CHARLTON JOHN SOMCIO
  441. JUANILLO, GEORHELL AMON
  442. JUGO, CRYSTEL INARDA
  443. JULIAN, RACHEL HOPE TACADENA
  444. JUMANGUIN, RAZIEL SUMALINOG
  445. JUNAIDE, FERZADA TANTUNG
  446. JUNIO, JOSEPH CAWILAN
  447. JUNIO, THEMESTOCLES GARCIA
  448. JUSTINIANE, PERCIVAL RULONA
  449. KAMATOY, ROWELL BIGLETE
  450. KIMO, LAWRENCE PANAOAN
  451. KWAN, RAEL CANTUBA
  452. LABAO, LEONEL LAUNIO
  453. LABENDIA, ROBERTO CEROS
  454. LABIOS, REMUND JORDAN DICEN
  455. LABORO, JOSE ARMIE CABILITASAN
  456. LACSON, MICHAEL RAY DELA CRUZ
  457. LACSON, RONALD CRUZ
  458. LACUNA, FRANCIS CULATA
  459. LADISLA, MONINA BOCBOC
  460. LADRERO, ERIK JOSEF BATUCAN
  461. LAGAZO, RUBEN JR PACIS
  462. LAGGABAN, BENEDICT ORDUÑA
  463. LAGUE, MARK BENEDICT CULTURA
  464. LALANTACON, HERVIE LADUBLAN
  465. LAMPA, AR-EM JINGCO
  466. LANZAROTE, MERLITO YMAS
  467. LAQUI, MAY PEREZ
  468. LARDIZABAL, EULA KRISELDA CULLAR
  469. LARUA, SARAH NICOLE CRISOSTOMO
  470. LAVESORES, FEDEI-BENCE PARAGOSO
  471. LAVILLA, DONNALYN MACAWILE
  472. LAZARO, JEANE TOLENTINO
  473. LECAROS, CARLO FRANCIS DE CASTRO
  474. LEGASPI, ERNESTO JR MIGUEL
  475. LEGERALDE, AILEEN SORIANO
  476. LEYNES, REXON JANE
  477. LIBUNAO, JERICK VILLAREAL
  478. LICUPA, CLIFFORD VERONA
  479. LIM, DYLAN EZEKIEL FESTIN
  480. LIM, MARK ARCHIBALD SANTOS
  481. LIM, MARK BENEDICT URBANOZO
  482. LIMBAGO, MARVIN ARO
  483. LIMCUMPAO, ISRAEL OCFEMIA
  484. LINGATONG, JEFFREY CAVAN
  485. LIRIO, JOEL DALANGIN
  486. LIWAG, LEOVIL ARASA
  487. LIWANAG, PHILIP NERI PUNZALAN
  488. LIZARDO, ARNIEL ACAR
  489. LLABRES, WILHELM DOBLADO
  490. LLAMES, RESTY MALANA
  491. LLEGUNAS, JOHNVILLE VILLAHERMOSA
  492. LLONA, ROBERTO CABANADA
  493. LLUISMA, LARRY LUCIAN III EMAN
  494. LOPEZ, HENRY II PARAGOSO
  495. LOPIBA, JEFFREY MALASA
  496. LORILLA, DOUMBAR MENDOZA
  497. LOZANTA, JAKE LUISAGA
  498. LUCAS, BRENDA-ROSE CACAO
  499. LUCAS, RYAN-JAY CABERTO
  500. LUCRECIA, ELDE TALADUA
  501. LUGATIMAN, ACELITO GENTALLAN
  502. LUMBERIO, ARN ALCAYAGA
  503. LUNA, ROMMEL DELA CRUZ
  504. LUSUEGRO, MARK ANLIN ALMAYDA
  505. LUYA, FRANCIS JAY SUAREZ
  506. MAATA, JERAH MAE SUSAS
  507. MAAÑO, MARLON JANAP
  508. MABILEN, ARCHIE DECIERDO
  509. MABINI, AARON SERRANO
  510. MABINI, BERNARDO TAALA
  511. MACAGBA, DARWIN GACAYAN
  512. MACARAIG, CHARITY MADELLE RIVERA
  513. MACARAIG, JEFF FRANE
  514. MACARIOLA, KRISTIAN LAUREANO
  515. MAGBIRAY, EVALOUR CRISOSTOMO
  516. MAGLAYA, FIDEL AQUINO
  517. MAGNATA, DONDEE CASTUERA
  518. MAGNO, MICHAEL LOUIE TORRALBA
  519. MAGTIBAY, MARC MONTEALTO
  520. MAGYAWE, CHRISTIAN LEGASPI
  521. MALAMUG, MARIA CHARISMA MIRADOR
  522. MALAQUE, ARNOLD TABULO
  523. MALCO, JEFFERSON JALAC
  524. MALICDEM, JEFFREY ILAGAN
  525. MALICSI, DIANA ROSE MATINING
  526. MALINAO, LEVIE GUINALING
  527. MANALO, ANTHONY PALAD
  528. MANALOTO, JONATHAN QUINONES
  529. MANAY, ROXLEE QUIJANO
  530. MANIAGO, DELBREN MAGAT
  531. MANIPON, ALEX LIPAEN
  532. MAPANAO, RAY-AN TILOS
  533. MARANAN, MARK LESTER SANGGALANG
  534. MARANAN, ROMEO JR HERNANDEZ
  535. MARATA, MARIANNE IVY BATIQUIN
  536. MARCELINO, KAISER MERZ CRUZ
  537. MARCIAL, MICHAEL JAN RIVERA
  538. MARIANO, ROUEL DUAVE
  539. MARIÑAS, ALVIN ISLA
  540. MARTINEZ, BUENAVENTURA RODRIGUEZ
  541. MASIPIQUIÑA, PETER QUIBOL
  542. MASONGSONG, JAMES ALBERT CORNEJO
  543. MATAN, CARLITO JR ARTEZUELA
  544. MATEO, MERGENE MARK VALERIO
  545. MATIC, RAYMOND BREGANZA
  546. MATILLA, IAN BARORO
  547. MATUSALIN, BRYANT JUCUTAN
  548. MAÑIBO, BERNADETTE SOLIS
  549. MEDIANO, JOEY BARUIZ
  550. MEDINA, MAR NELIE ORTEGA
  551. MEDIRAN, MA CRISTINA MONTEMAYOR
  552. MEDRANO, ERWIN CARAAN
  553. MELIG, ROXANNE APRIL ACABA
  554. MENDEZ, JERRY PAUL RAYCO
  555. MENDOZA, BRYAN LOLA
  556. MENDOZA, JAYSON GONZALES
  557. MENDOZA, MILBERT FAJARDO
  558. MENDOZA, RODEL BAS
  559. MERALPES, CHRISTIAN ABIHAY
  560. MERCADO, CHRISTIAN JOSEPH REGINALDO
  561. MERCADO, EDUARD CARIÑO
  562. MERCADO, ROSELYN LORIAN
  563. MERCADO, WILLIAM PEREZ
  564. MERINO, KRAMER BERNARD ALTOVEROS
  565. MICULOB, NILO ESTARES
  566. MIDEL, JEFF RYAN SO
  567. MINA, MARLON DOSNGAYON
  568. MIRANDA, FABIAN JR REJUSO
  569. MISA, ALVIN MACALINTAL
  570. MITRA, JOHN MICHAEL TUMAMUDTAMUD
  571. MOLEJON, FLORIDO PEÑA
  572. MONTES, JUNDY
  573. MONTOYA, SATURNINO JR GUMILA
  574. MORALES, RONALD LUGO
  575. MORCILLA, ROJIEN VERDON
  576. MORTEGA, MI-SEL OLIVER JOPIA
  577. MUNDA, JOVANE CALICDAN
  578. MUÑOZ, DANILO GARCIA
  579. NADA, ARISTON JR GARIN
  580. NAHIAL, NEIL JOHN VIRTUDAZO
  581. NAPONE, JOEL BUDLAO
  582. NARANJO, JAN REY SADE
  583. NARANJO, JASPERSON SADE
  584. NARVAEZ, DAVID JR VALENCIA
  585. NATIVIDAD, GIL LEMUEL PINAROC
  586. NAVAL, LARIMER CRUZ
  587. NAVARRO, WALDEMAR BATOLAN
  588. NEDAMO, NORMAN GUMATO
  589. NEIS, ADELBERT CANIZARES
  590. NEIS, AMIEL TOLING
  591. NEMENZO, HANS TACHADO
  592. NEOLPIS, FREDDIEWEB ALIBUGHA
  593. NIERRA, EDGAR DAWN ESLAO
  594. NIM, BERNARD GOLEZ
  595. NOLASCO, ARIEL MERCIALES
  596. NONESCAN, EDWARD PONDEVIDA
  597. NOVILLOS, EDGAR MAINES
  598. NUCUM, CAESAR BEN-HUR OFRECIO
  599. OBISPO, ARCHIE PABILONA
  600. OBLINA, JOHN KRISTOPHER ESPERANZA
  601. OJANO, ERICK JOHN PERALTA
  602. OLANGA, LOREVIC MARZAN
  603. OLIVA, HANS MENDIOLA
  604. ONG, JAN MICHAEL GONZALES
  605. ONGLEO, GABRIEL ALEC ALMARIO
  606. OPELARIO, CINDY DOLAR
  607. ORETO, JR RIVAC
  608. ORONG, JEOVANNI JALALON
  609. ORQUILLANO, IRVING JAN CLAR
  610. ORTALEZA, ANTONIO JR SORIANO
  611. OSORIO, ANGELICA MARIE ESQUIVEL
  612. PABLO, ERANIEL BAISA
  613. PABON, SHEENA LOREN MAE BOLIVAR
  614. PABUNAN, ALVIN ABALOS
  615. PACHECA, ROSELLE ANNE BUENDIA
  616. PADAGDAG, HENRY BELLOCILLO
  617. PADIERNOS, MARVIN DELA CRUZ
  618. PADILLA, JAMES LOWE AMORO
  619. PADILLO, DON JAY PESCONES
  620. PADIT, MARY ANN REGINIO
  621. PADUA, JAMES PAUL CORREA
  622. PAGCALIWANGAN, RAYMUN LINDO
  623. PAGULAYAN, MARK ANTHONY CARONAN
  624. PAHATI, JOSEPH CLEMENTE
  625. PAHAYAHAY, GEOFFREY ROMANDE
  626. PALMERO, SHERWIN RAYMOND BARIT
  627. PALMES, MARYA KATRINA SEPAGAN
  628. PALOR, ARNEL TEMONIO
  629. PAMAT, GLENN NERI
  630. PANERIO, IRVIN ROMMEL DAVEN
  631. PANGANIBAN, MADELLANE GUEVARRA
  632. PANGANIBAN, MALENE EJE
  633. PANGANIBAN, ROAN-JAKE LACANILAO
  634. PANGILINAN, JULIUS ANGELES
  635. PANILAG, SIMPLICIO REPOLLO
  636. PANISAN, DIVINA MALABANAN
  637. PAPNA, PLEBICITO VILLALINO
  638. PARAYNO, LYLE PALISOC
  639. PARCON, KENNITH QUIAZON
  640. PARILLA, MICHAEL SOLAMILLO
  641. PASCUAL, PAUL ANTHONY CALDERON
  642. PASQUIL, RICHARD ANDREW MACATANGAY
  643. PATRICIO, HERBERT OFIAZA
  644. PATRON, EMERSON MANUUD
  645. PAYOYO, JENNIFER MONTEMAYOR
  646. PE, JOHN MARK BALANE
  647. PE, JOSEPH MARI PIER
  648. PEDRAJAS, FERDINAND SERAPION
  649. PELLAZO, JAYPEE BEÑAS
  650. PENALBA, ALBERT SALVADOR
  651. PERALTA, REYBERT MADRID
  652. PERALTA, ROLAND CATALAN
  653. PEREGRINO, AILEEN AURELIO
  654. PERELI, PATRICIA JANE CORNISTA
  655. PEREZ, BERNALYN DE SILVA
  656. PEREZ, FRANCIS IAN CORTEZ
  657. PEREZ, JAYBEE LOPEZ
  658. PETALBER, REYNALD MANALASTAS
  659. PETALCORIN, ALBERTO JR CEQUIÑA
  660. PETALIO, ALAN NICOL
  661. PEÑARANDA, PAUL HENRY MABULAY
  662. PIDLAOAN, JEREMIAS CALANGIAN
  663. PINEDA, ALLAN GUTIERREZ
  664. PIODOS, JOSEPH PERNIA
  665. PIQUERO, ELVIN NAUNGAYAN
  666. PITO, JUNJIE GAMOTIN
  667. PLAZA, LAMBERTO MANADERO
  668. POJA, ERICSON BILOG
  669. POMOY, JONNA MYLE DULLETE
  670. PONCE, HERMAN RAGODO
  671. PONTINO, JAYSON GALLETO
  672. POYAOAN, JERONIMO VIRAY
  673. PRIMER, PETER JAMES ACELAJADO
  674. PRINCIPE, HOMER ORILA
  675. PRONCE, SHERYL REMOS
  676. PUNTIL, ANGELITO JR BALBOA
  677. PUYO, TRISIAN YORYDYLE ANTIG
  678. QUICHO, MERVIN CALADIAO
  679. QUIJANO, BIENALUZ DAGDAG
  680. QUIJANO, EPIFANIO MANLUNAS
  681. QUILING, VICTOR TAJONERA
  682. QUILO, PAUL ANDREW AUSTRIA
  683. QUIMPAN, RONALD CASIA
  684. QUINES, GARRY ELMER SEVILLA
  685. QUIPANEZ, JERAMIL EUGENIO
  686. QUITARA, JULIUS BAGUIO
  687. RACINES, JEFFREY BAUTISTA
  688. RAMAYLA, RUTH KHAREN CLIMACO
  689. RAMENTO, EMENAR MUTIANGPILI
  690. RAMIL, NORDAN RUANO
  691. RAMIREZ, MARC TRISTAN CABALLES
  692. RAMISO, EMMANUEL ARESGADO
  693. RAMISO, JAYSON VILLANUEVA
  694. RAMOS, CZARINA LUTH QUINTOS
  695. RAMOS, EMMANUEL COLUMBANO
  696. RAMOS, IVANHOE AUSTRIA
  697. RAMOS, JERECO GAPASIN
  698. RAMOS, RAFFY ZAPANTA
  699. RAYMUNDO, LAURIANO JR CAMPILLO
  700. REAÑO, ALLAN JOSEPH LAT
  701. REGIO, ROANN JERMAINE RACELIS
  702. RESURRECCION, KARL REUBEN ESQUIVEL
  703. REYES, EDMON RAMOS
  704. ROBERTS, ERWIN DOMINGO
  705. ROBLES, MICHAEL MAGISTRADO
  706. RODRIGUEZ, MARJUNE JUAN
  707. ROJO, MERI NIZZA BANDELARIA
  708. ROLAN, MARK OLIVER OSTRIA
  709. ROMERO, JHOY AGUNDAY
  710. RONGALERIOS, BREXANDER GREGORIO
  711. ROQUE, RODELIO CAJUMBAN
  712. ROSALES, MERVIN CO
  713. ROSALES, NIÑO REY-BEN CUAJOTOR
  714. ROSE, PAULO BRIAN TEODOSIO
  715. ROSETE, GILBERT JOHN SARAY
  716. RUIZ, INOCENCIO LADIA
  717. RUIZ, RONEL BAGSIC
  718. RULONA, RODNEY PINQUE
  719. SAARENAS, JOHN ALFWELL BUNDOC
  720. SABADO, JEFFREY DE JESUS
  721. SABANO, NOEL JR PINO
  722. SABENIANO, JULIUS BENN LAYOS
  723. SABIDO, MEL PADUL
  724. SACRO, HENRY SAMALCA
  725. SACUAN, ERIC JUN ASPERA
  726. SADIOA, DINDO ESPIÑA
  727. SAGRE, RN GAGANTE
  728. SAJOR, EPENITO JR PERE
  729. SALAAN, CARL JOHN OPIGAL
  730. SALAMANCA, MARK ANTHONY LEONOR
  731. SALAMERO, JOHN YBAROLA
  732. SALINDONG, MARK LORENZO
  733. SALMAN, JIMMY JR DEPONIO
  734. SALOMES, CLARK JADE ESTREBAR
  735. SALUT, ROBERTO JR MANLOD
  736. SALVADOR, JEROME PASCUAL
  737. SALVADOR, WHENDEL PASCUAL
  738. SALVAJAN, RICARDO CACHO
  739. SAMONTE, CRIS RAYMOND LAPASARAN
  740. SAMPUL, DENNIS JALON
  741. SAMSON, ALEXANDER BRIAN FORTUNA
  742. SAN PASCUAL, CATALINO JR STO DOMINGO
  743. SANCHEZ, ERWIN REY CORAL
  744. SANCHEZ, HERTZ OUANO
  745. SANTIAGO, ARISTOTLE AVENDANO
  746. SANTIAGO, JONATHAN LEDDA
  747. SANTIAGO, JOY BRYAN ANDAYA
  748. SANTIAGO, MICHAEL CAPUNO
  749. SANTIANO, MARK JAYSAN DE JESUS
  750. SANTOS, HARWIN GARCIA
  751. SANTOS, MARVIN PANGILINAN
  752. SANTOS, MELISSA DE LEON
  753. SAPINOSO, MICHAEL BONAOBRA
  754. SAPO, PEDRO JR COLAGONG
  755. SARMEN, KRIS DECINAL
  756. SARMIENTO, DONNIE RAY BACANI
  757. SEROJANO, CHRISTOPHER BARREDO
  758. SEÑO, JAYSON AVILA
  759. SIADOR, JOEVELL VALDEZ
  760. SICAT, RYAN ANTHONY ALCONCEL
  761. SIRUNO, MICHAEL OCAMPO
  762. SISON, RAMON JR ABALOS
  763. SOLAINA, KRISTEL GANAT
  764. SOLON, ELYN LOZADA
  765. SOLTES, RUEL SAÑO
  766. SOLTONES, LEO SORIANO
  767. SOMODIO, MARLON RICK BALQUIN
  768. SOMOSOT, ROWENA RECTO
  769. SORIANO, ANGELO GALLESTRE
  770. SORIANO, JAYLORD CABANG
  771. START, KAYE URCIA
  772. STO TOMAS, JOSE NICANOR VELASQUEZ
  773. SUAREZ, ROLANDO JR ESPINOSA
  774. SUELTO, EDISON RIZALDO
  775. SUIZO, GUY LAURENT ANDOY
  776. SUMAYOD, EDMUNDO JR AÑOVER
  777. SUYO, MYRNA GUILLERMO
  778. SYTING, LOWIGIE BANGELES
  779. TAAN, CHRISTOPHER RANCHES
  780. TABAJONDA, JODY CALUMBA
  781. TABAO, GEORGE QUEBALAYAN
  782. TADEO, TERENCE RINGOR
  783. TAGIOBON, RYAN SUMALINOG
  784. TAGO, LEIF JUMAO-AS
  785. TAGUBASE, JERMIN JAPOS
  786. TAGUILASO, JOHN GERARD PERAZ
  787. TAJORA, DANIEL CAPINO
  788. TALANDRON, JOHN PAUL SIETON
  789. TALISEO, NARCISO JR SANTIAGO
  790. TALLIDO, APRIL JOSE
  791. TAMAYO, DARWIN VALERA
  792. TAMUDMUD, LEO EUGENIO
  793. TAN, JOHN MARVIE HAW
  794. TAN, JOYCE ANN YAP
  795. TAN, LUIS EDISON LONGANILLA
  796. TAN, ORSON JAMES ESWAGEN
  797. TAYAM, TRUCE EDGO NOSARES
  798. TIMKANG, JERRY ROJAS
  799. TINAO, NOEL TUMBAGAHAN
  800. TINDOC, TEODELY APPLE CAYTONA
  801. TIZON, JEFFREY JOAQUICO
  802. TOLENTINO, ERNEST ANDRES
  803. TOLENTINO, PABLITO JR RAMILO
  804. TOLENTINO, PAULINE KRIS DEL VALLE
  805. TOMAS, ARMANDO SAGUN
  806. TORCUATOR, MICHAEL JOHN GUARDAYA
  807. TORDESILLAS, JOEL VILLAR
  808. TORENTE, MA BERNADETTE CAPILITAN
  809. TORREJOS, ALFIE GENITA
  810. TORREJOS, ARIEL GENITA
  811. TORRES, DON DON DABU
  812. TORRES, JENNIFER FRANZ TRIGUERO
  813. TORRES, KRISTINA MARANOC
  814. TOSOC, RUEL SAN JOAQUIN
  815. TRIMOR, ROMMEL FABRICANTE
  816. TRINIDAD, LESTER VETEÑIO
  817. TRIPOLCA, BEN JULIUS BARROGA
  818. TUD, RAYMOND CAVINTA
  819. TUNGPALAN, REYNOLD TABUYO
  820. UCAT, URICH MARK QUIBILAN
  821. UDANG, KIM MATULA
  822. ULANDAY, FREDERICK SOMINTAC
  823. UMALI, ROCELITO PELAEZ
  824. USON, VICTOR PARAISO
  825. UVERO, FRANCIS RAYMOND NAVARRO
  826. UY, STEPHEN EARL LAUSINGCO
  827. VALDEZ, ROQUE III GENCIANEO
  828. VALDRIZ, JOSE TRISTAN JUDAN
  829. VALENZUELA, JULIUS SARMIENTO
  830. VALENZUELA, RUEL SONTILLANO
  831. VALIENTE, LOWELL RULE
  832. VARGAS, ANANIAS JR TECHON
  833. VARGAS, RUBEN II CABUÑAS
  834. VASQUEZ, MICHEL LEYNES
  835. VEGIM, RONALD TUGANO
  836. VELASCO, ALEXANDER QUITE
  837. VENTABAL, REYGAN DACANAY
  838. VENTERO, RALPH HERBIE VENCILAO
  839. VENTURA, RAYMUND MELENDEZ
  840. VENTURILLO, CHRISTOPHER NAPILAN
  841. VERGARA, ED CRIZTIAN TABERNA
  842. VERGARA, EDILBERTO JR CONSTANTINO
  843. VILLALON, SARAH JANE CARBONILLA
  844. VILLALUZ, ROWENO PAREDES
  845. VILLANUEVA, ABRAHAM III MIRARZA
  846. VILLANUEVA, APRIL DE LA CRUZ
  847. VILLANUEVA, BILLY ELGIN MALANA
  848. VILLANUEVA, CARNETT ARIOLA
  849. VILLANUEVA, FELISA TAMIO
  850. VILLANUEVA, JEFFREY CANLUBO
  851. VILLANUEVA, JENNIFER BINAY
  852. VILLANUEVA, JONEL BASILAN
  853. VILLANUEVA, LEON JUSTIN IBAVIOSA
  854. VILLANUEVA, RICHARD SAPUNTO
  855. VILLARUZ, DENIVIN LLOYD APILADO
  856. VILLEGAS, PHILIPJONES UBALDE
  857. VILLENA, MAY RICHELLE CUASAY
  858. VIRTUCIO, ACE ANDREUS CLAROS
  859. VISARRA, JOHN DEXTER ZAPATOS
  860. VISAYA, JOHN SHERWIN OLALO
  861. VISAYA, MICHAEL MENDOZA
  862. VISTAN, MARY JENNIFER JOSE
  863. YAMBAO, EUGENE COLLANTES
  864. YANG, HENRY BAUTISTA
  865. YANGA, DIANNE KATHERINE MACABANGON
  866. YAUN, IVAN JOEY PANTOJA
  867. YAUN, MICHAEL BALAGA
  868. YBIERNAS, NORMAN CRABE
  869. YCAY, RAYMUND NACULANGGA
  870. ZAFRA, BONN HENDRIX MENDOZA
  871. ZAINALABEDIN, SITTIE ZAHRAH GUNAO
  872. ZAMORA, RENE JOHN DONGON
  873. ZUYCO, ROMAN JAYNE CAGAANAN



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Sep 19, 2007

Ang kwento bago ang Batang Yagit

Noong nakaraang gabi, habang naglalakad ako sa kahabaan ng Ilustre, nakasalubong ko ang dati kong schoolmate, si Ate Divine. Ahead siya ng isang taon sa akin sa high school. Siya ang una kong naging kaibigan sa klase nila. Kung minsan, sabay kaming umuuwi kasi malapit lang naman ang bahay nila sa amin.

Noong mag-college na siya, wala na kaming naging communication. Minsan na lang din kami kung magkita. Kahit text wala rin. Graduate siya ng nursing sa isang sikat na nursing school sa Davao. Lisensyado na rin ito. Kasalukuyan siyang nagrereview para sa NCLEX. Nasabi niya rin na interisado siyang lumabas ng bansa para magtrabaho kaya siya kumukuha ng NCLEX.

Noong high school kami, bininyagan niya ako ng palayaw na "Fetus". Ito ang naging pseudo ko sa mga kaibigan at kakilala lalong lalo na sa mga ka-batch ni Ate Divine. Nagsimula ito noong high school kami. Science camp noon, facilitator ako. Ako ang pinakabata sa mga facilitator. Nasa 2nd year ata ako noon. Maliit pa at patpatin. Dahil hindi sanay sa mga puyatan na ginagawa ng mga facilitator, nakatulog ako sa railings ng gym namin. Natuwa si Ate Divine dahil sa posisyon ko habang ako ay natutulog. Para raw akong fetus. Kaya doon nagsimula ang palayaw kong fetus.

Sa ngayon, wala nang tumatawag sa akin ng Fetus. Si Milsy, na classmate ko ngayon at classmate ko noong hayskul, na lang ata ang tanging nagpapaalala na minsan akong tinawag na "Fetus" sa aking buhay.








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Sep 18, 2007

Food Trip: Tatuts Fastfood

I've seen this restaurant (or more of a fastfood) a couple of times while passing the Ilustre area. TATUTS Fastfood, which is located at Governor Duterte Street and fronting Shakey's Pizza, displays a theme which can make its guests feel at home. The restaurant location used to belong to Abe's where I used to eat hot thai food. Most of dishes served here are Filipino dishes. They also have different varieties of noodle dishes. (Palabok, malabon, canton, etc.)

The restaurant's interiors.

Since I badly need food, I happen to pass by TATUTS and decided to have my dinner here. I was their last customer for the day. Upon entering the restaurant, I saw a spring chicken poster beside their door. Since it was the first thing that I saw, I deliberately ordered a half spring chicken. It was a bit expensive (compared to the other local restaurants in the city) but it was fulfilling. The chicken maintained its tenderness and juiciness. The taste is similar to home-cooked fried chicken.


The Spring Chicken that I ordered. Php 95.00


Aside from the good food they serve, the restaurant is also furnished with decorations your mother would surely love. The decorations and lamps made the place more accommodating and homey.

The restaurant is open from Monday to Saturday from 10am to 10pm. It's a perfect place for lunch, snacks and dinner. Your home away from home.








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Sep 17, 2007

The gym's getting crowded

I've been working out at the gym for three weeks now. Most often, I go to the gym during peak hours because it's the only time where I got no class. Nothing much have changed on my physique but changes can be noticed inside the gym. For three weeks, we have seen new gym enrollees entering the gym everyday. We get to see more or less two enrollees being oriented on the gym facilities everyday.

It's my habit to always take a shower after my 2-hour workout. But this evening, I didn't have the chance to do so. The male locker room was so crowded that there were still few people waiting to take their turn outside the shower cubicles. I didn't want to wait and I immediately left.

I was not the only person who noticed the increase of people enrolled in the gym. My friend, Henelsie, said that she noticed it too. We both saw the numerous number of unclaimed membership cards at the front desk. Whew.

I wish I can get a good class schedule next semester so that I don't need to go to gym during peak hours.

P.S. I noticed a week ago that local talents from ABS-CBN are enrolled in our gym too. Ala lang.









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Puyatan na naman

My puyatan buddies. My super loyal Naomi and a cup of coffee.

Isang gabing puyatan na naman ito. It's 12:50 a.m. now and I'm still awake. My tired body must work beyond its capacity. Hahahaha.

I had a very tiring day. I woke up from the voice of my little cousin early this morning. I only had a few hours sleep and after much efforts, my body forgot the urge to get more sleep. It was the reason why I left home late this afternoon. I went to school to work on our report tomorrow and to work on Kalasag's campaign for this week. Multi-tasking na ito. Thanks to my groupmates for giving consideration in understanding my semi-absence in working for our report.

After school, I went to the hospital to visit my cousin who was admitted yesterday for a swelling gums. She had a bad tooth which made a complication and resulted to the swelling of her gums. I did not stay long in the hospital coz I was forced to leave my laptop and the rest of my tech stuff at the guard's desks and I have to get my stuff before 9pm. I didn't know they would not allow it inside the hospital even if I am not going to use it.

I was so hungry that I decided after leaving the hospital to dine at Ilustre. I had a lechon paksiw which was quite spicy yet nice. The price was also reasonable.

After eating my meal, I went to the gym only to find out that they close at 9pm every Sundays. I did a few minute warm-up on the thread mill and did arm curls and arm extensions. I didn't finish my program. Babawi na lang ako bukas kasi magsasara na ang gym.

So these are the things which kept me busy the whole day. What about tonight? I downloaded few episodes of the Korean drama 'Coffee Prince' which was recommended to me by Andi. The series was really funny. I'm still on the 3rd episode and I'm still trying to complete the series.

Another thing is my thesis. I need to finish the 4th and 5th chapters of our research. I still got no copy of the survey results that I asked from my groupmate. Another is the Smart Pala-ECE-pan review for we have to study concepts about GSM, GPRS, CDMA, etc. I'm not interested in this competition but I have no choice but to comply since this wil be considered as one quiz for us.










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Sep 15, 2007

Somebody pissed me off

Ever experienced receiving complaints from people who does not think before complaining? I just did.

I was doing another sms broadcast session to my dear 1400 Kalasag subscribers when I received an sms which drove the hell out of me. The sms that I sent to these students was regarding the extension of the deadline for the Kalasag graduate pictorials. Below is the sms I sent the graduates.

My Message:

Kalsag pictorials r Xtnded til Oct 06. Subscri/Soli still on Sept 29.

Chck ur pics and prfiles. Klsg exhibit on Monday n front of elvtr. Pls be free 2 visit.


This was the reply I got from +639209453380 (using +639180000502 SMS Center, Saturday, 9/15/2007).

@11:12:32 P.M. from +639209453380

U should, its because of the inconvience that you give to the students for the pictorial, students need to wait 3 to 8 hours to be able to pic by the cheap and unprof photographers of the *** ***** studio. To editor in staff pls think and reflect on the decision that you made for choosing *** *****. f.Y.I we the students dont care how much are we going to pay for kalasag pic as long their quality and save time. WAKE UP KALASAG staff. Wake wake up.


My reply:

You were given more than a month for the graduate pictorials. 7 days a week wasn't bad at all. its just that lots of students have the "mamaya na" habit which caused a lot of delays. If you have complains regarding the services of *** ***** studio, please address it to Mr. ***** **, owner of ** Studio.


@11:27:14 P.M from +639209453380

Ei, try to interview former students. They dont wait for almost 8 hours for a kalasag pic. Am i ryt? NCCC MALL? Is far frm addu?And the studio accepts other client also. They dont have a clean toga or polo for the kalasag pic. This is first time in the history of kalasag.


I didn't give my reply, to end the issue. Complaining about faulty or unsatisfactory services is not bad at all. In fact, it can help the person, group or company being complained to improve their product or services. The bad thing is when the complaint is delivered in an unethical manner.

The sender, who's number appeared above, did not introduce himself/herself. Second, he/she used a different number from those present in our database. If you want your complaints to be addressed properly, then let us know who we are talking to. "Explain before you complain", just like what Joey de Leon said.






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Sep 13, 2007

Kalasag now accepts applicants for Awitenista 2008


I mentioned in one of my posts that Kalasag is now accepting Awitenista Production Staff (APS) for Awitenista 2008. Our graphics designer, Cris, is one hell of a photoshop geek. WANTED poster is a hit now in school. Almost everyone in school has their own versions of wanted posters. The OSA does not mind at all. As a general policy, no posters are to be posted within the campus not unless approved by the OSA Director. Our poster got approved yesterday and we have it posted this afternoon.








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Sep 12, 2007

Student Chronicles


I made a new blog! All my student life related posts will be posted in this blog. Check it at
http://student.batangyagit.com








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Sep 11, 2007

I have to send an SMS to 1400 people, how will I do that?

I was asked, or rather volunteered, to send an SMS announcement to all the graduating students of our school as part of our yearbook campaign. The problem is, how am I supposed to send an SMS to 1400 graduating students? How can I save money?

Luckily, I still have my Sony Ericsson K608i and my Bluetooth Dongle to do the Job.

  1. Download the latest copy of My Phone Explorer Application. It's an application which can manage your phonebook, messages, files, messages and so much more. It also has a feature which allows you to send and receive messages.

  2. Organize and segregate the recipient's numbers according to the network in which they belong. Since the numbers are already stored in our database, it's easier for my to organize and separate the numbers. I used a simple "WHERE number LIKE '0910%'" SQL string. If you don't know how to use MySQL, you may also use Excel to organize these numbers.

  3. Generate the format used by My Phone Explorer in sending a message to multiple recipients. My Phone Explorer follows the 091012345678; 09282231123; format for multiple recipients. Notice the semicolon every after a recipient's number. The semicolon here acts like a delimiter to separate numbers. If you are using an Excel worksheet for this, you may generate a CVS File (Comma Separated Values) and using Notepad or any word processor, replace the commas with semi-colons.

  4. Connect the Sony Ericsson K608i to the computer using a Bluetooth Serial Communications Port. The manner of connecting varies with the type of Bluetooth Driver you have. Please refer to your driver's documentation on how to connect to a serial device. Don't forget to use the necessary SIM (preferably loaded with unlimited texting service) for the recipient's network. You can save a lot by using the same network as that of your recipients.

  5. Set-up your My Phone Explorer. My Phone Explorer will automatically detect the open communications port on its first use. It will guide you in setting-up a connection with your phone. The set-up is easy and quick. But in case you will have problems, please refer to the Help file or Documentation file of My Phone Explorer.

  6. Send the message or announcement by selecting the compose icon in the messages toolbar. Paste the list you have generated in number 3 at the recipient text box. Click send and wait for a few minutes as the program starts to send messages to the numbers posted in the text box.
That's a six step on how you could easily send messages to multiple recipients. This could greatly reduce the risk of sending problems. A lot of savings can also be made.

Note : My Phone Explorer is compatible to sony ericsson phones only.







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Ateneo students can now view grades online

Good news for Ateneans (Davao) like me. There's no need for us to fall in line at the registrar's office to see our grades. The grades and account balance can now be inquired through the University Website.

A lot of students, and parents, have been requesting this feature before so that grades and account balance can be inquired online. Thanks to the Ateneo Webteam that they have fabricated this system that could make use of the finance and registrar records to integrate it with the existing web site.


The Ateneo myAccount Login Page.


I didn't notice this feature not until one of our colleagues opened the Ateneo Website to check her grades. I was amazed that they already installed this feature. It might be helpful for those students who would want to reduce the hassle of queuing at the finance and registrar's office.

I still remember the time where I was part of the Ateneo Web Team. It was proposed before that this system should be implemented since it would benefit to the students a lot. But for some administrative issues, the proposal was rejected. I'm so glad they have approved it this time.

To access the Ateneo myAccount feature, click on the Quick Links drop down menu at the right panel of the Ateneo Homepage. It's so sad that they did not make it evident on the site's navigation. A lot of students are still not aware of this.

For first time users who have not changed their passwords, use your 5-digit Student ID for the Student ID Field and the long set of numbers (and a letter) under your ID's barcode as your password.










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Sep 9, 2007

Saksakan na (chismis ito)

Ilang araw lang akong nawala sa school, anadami nang nangyari. Exciting talaga tong year na to. Pagkatapos magkaroon ng wanted na mga studyante, eto totohanang wanted na.

Isang 17-taong gulang na estudyante ang sinaksak ng kapwa studyante sa loob ng school namin. Alitan sa pag-ibig ang naging dahilan kung bakit nangyari ang saksakang ito. Sinugod ng mag-nobyo (ang biktima) ang isang babae (ang sumaksak at fling ng lalaki) sa kanilang classroom. Ayon sa mga sabi-sabi, si fling ay pinagseselosan ng biktima dahil sa malimit nitong pagtetext kay lalaki. Itinanggi ito ni lalaki. Ang sabi ni lalaki, si fling ang naghahabol sa kanya (hindi kagwapuhan si lalaki). Nung magkaharapan na, ayon sa nakakita, nagsabunutan raw ang dalawang babae sa loob ng classroom. Sa halip na awatin ito ng lalaki, sinuntok at binanatan niya ang kanyang fling. Ito ang nag-udyok kay fling upang kumuha ng swiss knife at isinaksak niya ito sa biktima. Natigil ang kaguluhan nang dumating sa eksena si Kuya Manong Gard.

Ang mga pinagsasabi ko sa itaas ay pawang sabi-sabi lamang. Kung gusto ninyo ng mas-reliable source, check ninyo sa Sunstar.

Eto pa isang related na post galing sa kaibigan kong nawiwindang.









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Sep 8, 2007

Layout Fixed

I apologize to everyone for the inconvenience my blog layout have brought to you. Thanks for those who noticed the mess.

Last week, I made a request to host to fix a problem/bug in my account. My account is having a problem calculating the free space available. They responded and told me that the only solution for this is to recreate my account. So I agreed and my account was recreated.

I was expecting everything to be fine. I backed-up all my files. Everything was supposed to be fine. But it did not went the way I expect it. My nitropixel.net domain won't bind with my hosting account. I've tried everything but still I got no luck. Until now, this problem remains unfixed. They are suggesting that my account should be recreated again.

All of my Batang Yagit layout graphics are hosted under my NitroPixel domain. If you have noticed last week, the images were missing. The texts were unreadable. I apologize for this inconvenience. It's fixed now. I've been away for few days and been busy with my exams that's why I was not able to fix it. But now, I'm back!









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Sep 3, 2007

A quick post




This is just a quick post. I'm studying for my exam now. I just want to thank those people who have voted me for the Pinoy Evil Blog Awards. Special thanks to Kuya Andrew de la Serna who volunteered to be my campaign manager for the Boy Bastos Award. To Jehzeel and to the rest of The Usual Suspects for the support. And to all the bloggers out there who made blogging a fun thing to do. Oooops, I forgot to mention Ate Aileen and her laptop (which was used to make the nomination).

That's all for now. Bye.




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Sep 2, 2007

Getting fit and healthy

I started going out to the gym yesterday with my buddies. I used my earnings from blogging to enroll myself in a 3-month gym program. It was not a serious one actually since these buddies already finished their licensure examination, they might not be doing anything aside from their work. So they decided to go to the gym to trim down their bodies because they earned weight after our durian trips in the city. They invited me to go with them and for no concrete reason, I agreed.

We were a bit nervous at first since we are still gym neophytes. (hahahaha). We don't have idea which equipment to use, what to do and where to go. Thank God the people there are accomodating. (I have to mention Mating, the front desk girl who accompanied us) So we were assigned to a gym instructor Tophe.

Kuya Tophe was the one who taught us which equipment to use. We had a cardio exercise, legs, arms and back exercise. I hate the machine for tricep and bicep exercise. It made my muscles tremble. Whew. It's not bad for first time though.

Anyway, one of my buddies texted me this morning asking me what time we are going this afternoon. I guess she's excited. Lol.

P.S. I found one classmate who goes to the same gym. At least I have someone to go with when these buddies are at work.






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Earning through blogging




Making money from your blog is "in" now. I know some people who were successful in monetizing their blogs. Barely a month ago, I applied into this Blog to Profit program which was referred to me by Kai. After a week of blogging, I was able to earn a few hundreds.

So how does this Blog To Profit idea work?

SEO. The internet traffic today is mostly driven by search engine referrals. People look for content inside the search engine instead of memorizing domain names or URLs. When a consumer needs to purchase something, he/she would rather search the search engine than look for the URL of the seller who would most likely sell that product. This is the reason why search engine marketing and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) comes into the picture. Sellers and marketers would want their content to be on top of the search engine's results. How do they do this? Linking.

How does linking relate to Blog to Profit?
Blog to Profit works this way.

  • Blot to Profit accepts link jobs from advertisers and marketers.
  • Blog to Profit distributes these link jobs to their publishers (like me)
  • Publishers make blog entries
  • Publishers include the link job in each of his entries
  • Publishers get paid for each link posted in his blog

Though the system works that easy, there are still some considerations to be considered before they could accept your website in their program. They must first consider your blog's PR. Second is the search engine listing of your blog. Third is the relevance of your blog. Lastly, they also consider the platform of the blog you are using. (they don't accept Blogger Blogs).

After the deadline, the company will transfer the money to your bank account or deposit it on Western Union. I prefer the former since it won't give you any hassle of going to a Western Union branch just to claim your prize.

Just a while ago, I registered for Bidvertiser to replace my banned AdSense account.



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Sep 1, 2007

On Hiatus next week





Now I'm drifting. I can't think of anything to blog. Hahahhaa..

I might be on another hiatus next week. Is this to give way to my busy schedule. (hahahah). Nope. I will be again away from the modern civilization for three days starting Wednesday. My clas will be having a retreat. I am given no choice but to go. No computers. No internet (just my phone). No going home. That's one hell for my techy life.

What else? Hmmm.... Alleba Politics made a reaction regarding my previous post. Ate Ria asked for a copy of the recently released issue of the Atenews. It's a single sheet tabloid size special edition intended only for the issues on the injustices of the Ateneo OSA.

Lastly, don't forget to vote for the Pinoy Evil Blog Awards. You must register first before you can start casting your vote. My campaign manager, Kuya Andrew de la Serna, is already taking care on promoting my nomination. Hahahaa.. And Jehzeel too, who happened to be one of the organizers of the said award. You can check my poll at the Boy Bastos Category.





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