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Mafia Wars has a Sequel: Maguindanao Wars

Posted by David D'Angelo | 11/26/2009 08:47:00 PM | , | 0 comments »
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 This is a great photoshop rendition of Mafia Wars which now features Maguindanao Wars. Great art but nonetheless what had happened was a barbaric and inhuman act. JUSTICE FOR ALL THE VICTIMS AND FAMILIES OF THE AMPATUAN MAGUINDANAO MASSACRE!

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With the recent decision of the Supreme Court of the Philippines in favor of infomercials with a vote of 8-7 we will see more political ads on our television screen from now till election day.

Here are some of the political ads which had already aired on television.  Some have already changed their candidacy, some have withdrawn and some are definitely running.  Does these ads reflect what they will do in offcice?  What do you think?


The very famous Mar Roxas political ad which dominated air waves until he decided to support Noynoy and run as Vice President


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2012 Destroyed Everything Except the Kaaba and Mecca

Posted by David D'Angelo | 11/16/2009 03:14:00 PM | , | 3 comments »
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The movie 2012 seems to bank on the notion that at the end of the world no matter what your religion is you will not be spared by the catastrophic event like this. However, the director and film maker deliberately missed out on something and spared it from the havoc in 2012. The Kaaba and Mecca was safe from destruction in 2012.

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It seems the political in the Philippines is getting worst. It is turning out to be a battle of political ads and scratching backs instead of a battle of platform and principles.

The recent political ad infomercial of Noynoy Aquino, "Hindi Ka Nag-iisa" was so far the best ad showcased by candidates in terms of quality and shock and awe but not in terms of substance, relevance and platform.

Another article was recently published via Facebook courtesy of Pocholo Gonzales which discusses about the redistricting of Malolos City in Bulacan and Camarines both involving Aquino but each he took a different stance.

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SAW VI: It Does Not End Here

Posted by David D'Angelo | 11/02/2009 06:46:00 PM | , | 0 comments »
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MOVIE REVIEW SAW VI:  It seems Saw fans had not yet seen the last of Jigsaw and his works. Despite the effort of police and the eventual discovery of who is the killer after Jigsaw died, Agent Mark Hoffman. He yet again escaped and manage to continue his plans as the successor of the gruesome game master.

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It was triggered with the excitement for a presidential candidate that I can finally vouch to be incorruptible and I am campaigning not for myself but for the future of my children. I have various groups in Facebook and then to let them know about it, I posted a message to the group. Now knowing though is the fact that all of these postings will be shared to all of my members.

The result was multiple sharing and of course an alert from Facebook saying that I am abusing the service. Well, I am ignorant because I don't know that sharing on a group in Facebook will also share that same post to all. Maybe I should edit my settings.

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Marge Simpson is Cover Girl for Playboy

Posted by David D'Angelo | 11/02/2009 03:05:00 PM | , | 0 comments »
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The adorable and compassionate wife of Homer Simpson is the November 2009 cover girl and playmate of Playboy Magazine. Marge Simpson poses at her most sexy and best look. It even shows some of the inner beauty of Marge Simpson.

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The Blair Witch Project Missed the Witch

Posted by David D'Angelo | 11/02/2009 03:22:00 AM | | 0 comments »
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 MOVIE REVIEW THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT:  After watching "Paranormal Activity" we were intrigued to watch its predecessor movie who utilized the same concept, "The Blair Witch Project."  Like Paranormal Activity it started out slow and is filmed on a documentary style.  It was exciting at first but then it turned out to be a total disappointment.

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