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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

KC AND PIOLO ROGUE



The 12 Little Things We Can Do For Our Country by Alexander Lacson


The 12 Little Things We Can Do For Our Country are Small Acts of Patriotism
1st : Follow traffic rules. Follow the law

Traffic rules are the most basic of our country’s laws. If we learn to follow them, it could be the lowest form of national discipline we can develop as a people. A culture of discipline is crucial to our destiny as a nation.

Whenever we follow traffic rules, we show our love for our neighbor, our love for the Filipino.


2nd : Always ask for an official receipt

Asking for ORs leads to higher tax collections, which means more funds for our government, which could strengthen our economy and lead us to progress.

Whenever we help our government in helping our people, we show our love for our neighbor.


3rd : Don’t buy smuggled goods. Buy Local. Buy Filipino

Our money should support our economy, not the economy of other countries. Buying Pilipino means supporting the Filipino.

Whenever we support one another as Filipinos, we show our love for our neighbors.


4th : Speak positively about us and our country

Every Filipino is an ambassador of our country. Each one of us, wherever we maybe, is a salesman of our country.

Whenever we speak positively of our people, we show our love for our neighbors.


5th : Respect your traffic officer, policeman & other public servants


Respect honors and dignifies a man. It compels him to do his job right.

There is love of neighbor whenever we respect those in authority.


6th : Throw your garbage properly. Segregate. Recycle. Conserve

Philippines is the country given to us as a people. It is the birthplace of our race. It is the home of the Filipino. We should keep it beautiful.

When we keep our environment and our country clean, we show our love for our people.


7th : Support your Church

When we help our church, we help our Creator in His works on earth.

Whenever we help our church, we show love for our neighbor.


8th : During elections, do your solemn duty

When we fight for our votes, we fight for our right to make our own destiny, as a people and as a nation.

There is love of neighbor when we elect good leaders for our country and people.


9th : Pay your employees well

A company must bring prosperity not only to its owners but also to its employees. Blessings must be shared. It builds families. It builds our nation.

There is love of neighbor when we value and pay our employees appropriately.


10th : Pay your taxes

Taxes are the lifeblood of our government. It is what builds our public schools, hospitals and roads. It is what pays our teachers, soldiers and other public servants.

There is love of neighbor whenever we pay our taxes properly so our government can help more people.


11th : Adopt a scholar or a poor child

Investing on our youth is investing on our country’s future. Every family who can afford, should adopt one poor child as a scholar.

There is love of neighbor whenever we help a child get an education.


12th : Be a good parent. Teach your kids to love our country

If we start planting seeds of patriotism in the hearts and minds of our youth today, they would become giant patriots of our country someday.

There is love of neighbor whenever we teach and raise our children as patriots, by loving our country through loving our people.


« Love of neighbor, God’s Second Highest Commandment, is contained in each of these 12 Little Things. »


Based on the Book
12 Little Things Filipinos Can Do To Help Our Country
by Alexander Lacson


Jeremy Lin


                                  
The historic, hellacious success of  Jeremy Lin put the Asian-American into the eyes of the world. Lin’s story has become a runaway locomotive, and he keeps feeding this monster with victory after victory, performance after performance. Jeremy Lin is an American professional basketball player with the New York Knicks of the National Basketball Association (NBA).
                                        
Jeremy Lin was born in Los Angeles, California on August 23, 1988. Jeremy Shu-How Lin is a first-generation son of Taiwanese immigrants Gie-Ming and Shirley. 
                                   
Jeremy Lin is a Harvard graduate. He was an American dream given athletic form. 
                                   
Up until February 4, 2012 few people even knew his name. But ever since he scored 25 points on that evening's game against the New Jersey Nets, in which he showed a near-superhuman game performance, Jeremy Lin  put the whole of New York and the American press entered into a state of "Linsanity" to the point that Lin is trying to trademark the coinage.


Today is Ash Wednesday February 22, 2012


By the sweat of your brow, you will produce food to eat until you return to the ground, because you were taken from it. You are dust, and you will return to dust."
Today is Ash Wednesday February 22, 2012. Let this be a gentle reminder that we should be always be a blessings to others. I am sharing Araneta Center's Mass schedule for Ash Wednesday but you can always go to your local church anywhere in the country.


Tuesday, February 21, 2012

IT ONLY HURTS WHEN I PEE, RJ Ledesma’s guide to Bodily Gases, Pink Parts and Hair Loss


RJ Ledesma has launched his fourth book " IT ONLY HURTS WHEN I PEE, RJ Ledesma’s guide to Bodily Gases, Pink Parts and Hair Loss" last February 20 (Monday) 6pm @ Powerbooks, Greenbelt 4, Makati City, Philippines.


RJ Ledesma is a three-time best-selling author and 30th National Book Awards finalist, an entrepreneur, multimedia practitioner, yogi and author of Lies My Yaya Should Have Told Me (2008), I Do or I Die (2009), and Is It Hot In Here Or Is It Me? (2010).

His fourth book “It Only Hurts When I Pee, RJ Ledesma’s Guide on Bodily Gases, Hair Loss and Pink Parts.” distributed by Anvil Publishing, is a compilation of the ridiculously truthful, self-aware and highly comical chronicles of the less hygienic male species based on curious epic research, thorough investigation and, ahem, first-hand experience.


 

From the freshly squeezed brain juices of RJ Ledesma, the book and all its 167 pages tackles amusing topics and antics, including classic and epic details in the Pinoy dating and mating scenes, and male entertainment created simply by grimy fingers and a lack of good taste.

Wonder why bad guys often become the object of romance by women who, in RJ’s own word, desire “to increase the country’s current voting population”? Let the entrepreneur, multimedia practitioner, yogi and author of Lies My Yaya Should Have Told Me (2008), I Do or I Die (2009), and Is It Hot In Here Or Is It Me? (2010) tickle your funny bone and usher you into testosterone land with his newest masterpiece guaranteed to make you pee to your heart’s content.


Juvenal Sansó: Spanish by birth, Filipino at heart


Juvenal Sansó: Spanish by birth, Filipino at heart
Juvenal Sansó: Spanish by birth, Filipino at heart
Juvenal Sanso was born in Reus, Catalonia, Spain in 1929, but moved to Manila five years later, where his family established El Arte Espanol, a wrought-iron business. The young Sanso spent his boyhood in Paco and had many wonderful memories of halcyon days swimming in the Pasig River and family outings to Montalban in Rizal.
Juvenal Sansó
The blond and blue-eyed young Sanso learned to speak Tagalog fluently and freely mingled with boys his age, forming many lasting friendships, with Henry Sy, foremost among them. For more of Sanso's story click here.

We were so lucky to be invited to Sanso's painting exhibit at The Podium. I hope to be invited to Sanso's future exhibits.


Sarah Geronimo Trended on Twitter Worlwide


Sarah Geronimo Trended on Twitter Worlwide .  Yes, dear readers. Sarah Geronimo conquered worldwide Twitter on Sunday, February 18, 2012, as the term “Sarah G. Day” became the no. 1 trending topic not just in the Philippines but also worldwide! 
Sarah G. Day stayed at no. 1 in the world trending box for almost nine hours that American Idol alumnus, Stefano Langone, asked the question: “What is Sarah G. Day? Remained no. 1 trending on twitter. don’t have any idea about it??”
Sarah G. Day is a term dubbed by fans and netizens alike on Sunday, February 19, because Sarah Geronimo ruled the television screen from ASAP 2012 at noontime, The Buzz in the afternoon and Gandang Gabi Vice at night.


Max’s Restaurant Chicken Takeout Treat from February 20 to March 31, 2012



 
Details
  • Max’s Restaurant Chicken Takeout Promo.
  • Sarap-to-the-Bones Fried Chicken for only P299 (Save P76 from the Original Price)
  • Promotion is from February 20 to March 31, 2012 only.
  • Available in all Max’s Restaurant nationwide.
  • Promo is valid only for take-out.


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