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The Nude Dress

Posted by David D'Angelo | 12/30/2009 08:08:00 PM | | 0 comments »
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Who wants to get dressed nude?

Probably you would be confused by that question since getting dressed means you are not nude but what would you say if someone uses paint in order to put artificial dress in your body?

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I used to call Smart Bro, "Smart Broken". When it comes to Sun, I used to tell a joke that the reason their signal is bad during evenings is because they rely on the sun for their signal. Now here comes Globe's 3G service problems posted by momblogger in her blog "Techie Gadgets."

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A Lesson of Human Greed

Posted by David D'Angelo | 12/29/2009 10:31:00 AM | , | 0 comments »
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When someone is down and has nothing to turn to all he asks is hope and a little something to survive but when it is given to him it turns out that he wants more.

This is the underlying lesson behind the movie "Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs." A city who had been affected by a change in the economy which from a big town became the poorest island in the planet... then came a flicker of hope.

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When I was young it seems that life is too cruel to me. There are many things that I encountered which gave me pain and which I cannot understand. The truth is I tried committing suicide several times but then my grandfather gave me a family tree. That is the first time that I have seen the DELANO FAMILY TREE which contain the names of Charlemagne and Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

Would I just end up as a troubled kid and disgrace my ancestors and forebears? From thereon my life changes and my heart burns with so much life and compassion.

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Raising A Father: A Book Which I Am Touched Already

Posted by David D'Angelo | 12/28/2009 01:55:00 PM | | 0 comments »
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This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Raising a Father. All opinions are 100% mine.

Even before reading the book, "Raising A Father," I was already touched by it. Knowing that my relationship with my wife did not work out and my kids are practically separated from each other, I carry the same question, "Will I really know them as they grew up or will I never truly know them?"

While making this post, I can't help to really think of my life and the way things are. Did I made the right decisions? Perhaps, Raising a Father and the stories of its author would really be great tools to help me decide on things.

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Archbishop Desmond Tutu was one of those who serves as my inspiration in life. I poured into my heart and soul what he spoke of in this book "I Believe" which was a Christmas gift to me by one of my closest friend, Jackie.

One of the lessons Desmond Tutu teaches us is about our belief in being neutral specially in times of trouble, in politics and in many other things. Thus this mean that is if we are neutral, we are not to be blame? Think again...

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I was reading Nina Terol's "Why We Need The Joker… and 4 Other Political Lessons I Learned from The Dark Knight" which is in fact is a real assessment of how politics in most part of the world is including the Philippines.

What touch me the most however is her learning from Harvey Dent, "The solution is to empower everyone to be the source of the solution. " It seems to be a positive reinforcement of things when I seem to be getting lazy at that.

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Bollywood Aladin (2009 Film)

Posted by David D'Angelo | 12/27/2009 06:07:00 PM | , | 2 comments »
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Going home from Nueva Ecija I managed to watch via the bus onboard DVD a Bollywood version of Aladin. It was set in a modern setting with the story of Genius, Aladins Genie against the Ring Master which wants to control Magic and catch the comet to have unlimited powers.

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Nobody, Nobody But Juan

Posted by David D'Angelo | 12/26/2009 07:02:00 PM | , | 1 comments »
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Who say's Dolphy has run out of jokes and luster? If you think that's true then think again. His latest movie, "Nobody, Nobody but Juan" delivers yet again another fun filled recipe added with some emotional parts which will make you laugh and cry.

This is Dolphy's official entry to the 35th Metro Manila Film Festival and was produced by RVQ Productions.

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Why would I vote for someone like Nicanor Perlas? Below are the 15 Reasons WHY I AM VOTING FOR NICANOR PERLAS...

  1. Nicanor Perlas is the ONLY CANDIDATE with a complete platform.
  2. Nicanor Perlas is the ONLY CANDIDATE with a clear peace agenda for Mindanao.
  3. Nicanor Perlas is the ONLY CANDIDATE with a platform which integrates Indigenous People's rights and protection
  4. Nicanor Perlas is the ONLY CANDIDATE which includes green principles and integral sustainable development in his platform and policies.
  5. Nicanor Perlas is the ONLY CANDIDATE which had been awarded by International bodies such as the United Nations and the Right Livelihood Award.
  6. Nicanor Perlas is the ONLY CANDIDATE which had done the impossible (Bataan Nuclear Power Plant, APEC, pesticides, etc.)
  7. Nicanor Perlas is the ONLY CANDIDATE which creates a vision for a better future of our country.
  8. 8. Nicanor Perlas is the ONLY CANDIDATE which will give priority to agriculture and has the experience and know how to do it.
  9. Nicanor Perlas is the ONLY CANDIDATE which is not a traditional politician.
  10. Nicanor Perlas is the ONLY CANDIDATE which proposes a systemic solution to our country's problems.
  11. Nicanor Perlas is the ONLY CANDIDATE which includes cultural revolution and inner change in his platform and program of governance.
  12. Nicanor Perlas is the ONLY CANDIDATE who advocates and practices new politics.
  13. Nicanor Perlas is the ONLY CANDIDATE which sees everyone as equal partners in the development of the country.
  14. Nicanor Perlas is the ONLY CANDIDATE which is qualified but was deemed nuisance by the COMELEC.
  15. Nicanor Perlas is the ONLY CANDIDATE which has shown political will and personal will for more than 40 years of public service.

SO WHY NOT NICANOR PERLAS?

Sign the Petition to "Let Nick Run" for President.

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I am a porud member of the Project Survival Media Asia Team and is also the Local Coordinator for the Philippines. Shabby Pablo and I did our best to present the issue of Climate Change, rising sea level and its effects in coastal areas. With limited budget we come up with the video below. We hope that this will had helped those in Copenhagen understand the risks of Climate Change.


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Serge Remonde GMA's Joseph Goebbels?

Posted by David D'Angelo | 12/12/2009 02:23:00 PM | , , | 1 comments »
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Martial Law is still in effect in Maguindanao as Congress takes the longer route in deciding whether to cut it short of approve Proclamation 1959. While they are at that many artistic Filipinos are showing their angst and disgust through a photos and Photoshop art.

One on the right shows Serge Remonde being named as GMA's Joseph Goebbels while another below depicts the GMA team as Hitlers.

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Wrong Turn Movie Gives the Jitters and More

Posted by David D'Angelo | 12/01/2009 02:22:00 PM | | 0 comments »
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MOVIE REVIEW WRONG TURNThis is definitely a movie which is Rated R for its blood and gore. The killings were too much and the way it was done was so brutal. I guess this is what made the movie an interesting and great movie to watch for those who like super suspense, horror and thriller combined.

Wrong Turn started out as a small case of a place were chemical waste's affected individual lived in a forest in which after exhausting all the animals in the forest they have nothing to eat except humans.

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Smallville Season 9 Still A Good Story?

Posted by David D'Angelo | 12/01/2009 02:08:00 PM | , | 0 comments »
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Does Smallville Season 9 still carry the same exciting plot the way it had started in October 2001? Smallville Season 9 premiered with 3.38 million viewership but the last episode, Pandora only enjoyed 2.45 although the season has an average of around 2.5 million viewers.

Smallville Season 1 has a total Nielsen Rating of 5.90 million viewers and its second season enjoyed the highest with 6.30 million. From there on Smallville viewership is on the decline, its last Season has 3.74 million viewers.

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